Chapter 12 - Personality
Note that there are additional readings provided on Blackboard to aid in completing
Freuds Psychoanalytic Perspective:
1. Describe a recent situation in which you had to make a choice. Examples
include whether (or
Chapter 7 - Learning
1. Classical Conditioning:
a. Define (in your own words) and give an example of each of the following.
(You must develop your examples. They may not appear in the text, come
from the web, or any other source.):
Chapter 4 Human Development
Introductory Note: Definitions and explanations must be in your own words. You
may not quote from the text, web, or any other source. All examples provided must
be unique. They may not appear in the text, on the web, or have be
Introduction to Psychology
Chapter 1 Questions
Instructions: To complete this assignment, you need to read chapter 1 (Franzoi) and three Additional
Readings (Wilhelm Wundt, Functionalism, and Psychology Perspectives) on Blackboard. Please remember that
Chapter 8 - Memory
1. Using the context of learning information for this class (Introductory
Psychology) define (in your own words) and give an example of each of the
three memory processes (encoding, storage, and retrieval).
There are three memory proce
Chapter 6 - Consciousness
1. The text describes consciousness as subjective, selective, divided, continuous,
and consisting of many levels. Select three of these descriptions. Define and
give an example of (each) of the three descriptions that you select.
Chapter 13 Psychological Disorders
Select three disorders, one from each category below. Describe (in your own words)
and provide (unique) examples of the symptoms of each disorder. Explain each
disorder according to the diathesis stress model (p. 603).
Absolute threshold is defined as the lowest level of intensity of a given stimulus that a person
can detect half the time, an example of absolute threshold would be being able taste one
teaspoon of sugar in two gallons of water. Difference threshold (j
1. Lorelei, a kindergartener, is learning the rules of her new school. For example, every time
she talks without raising her hand, she gets a frowny face. If she accumulates three
frowny faces in one day she is not allowed to play during recess. In this i
1. Cell differentiation begins when the prenatal organism is a(n):
d. single cell.
2. Infants' tendency to gaze longer at novel stimuli than at familiar ones
provides compelling evidence regarding their:
MODULES 710: CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE TWO-TRACK MIND
1. While out for a bike ride, you can think about what youll make for dinner rather than
concentrate on how to operate the bicycle. This illustrates:
A. parallel processing.
B. Sigmund Freuds concept of th
PSYC 1010 Response Paper Instructions & Rubric
The Nature & Purpose of the Assignment
In recent years, the field of psychology has received more attention in the general media than it had before.
That is, many of our discoveries have been publis
Lorelei, a kindergartener, is learning the rules of her new school. For example, every time she talks
without raising her hand, she gets a frowny face. If she accumulates three frowny faces in one day
she is not allowed to play during recess. In this inst
Imani is a high school student on a field trip for her art class to the New Orleans Museum of Art. One
particular gallery is set up displaying works of various French artists. On the far wall, Imani sees an
intriguing painting. Her eye gathers light throu
Chapter 11: Emotions,
Stress, and Health
What Can I
4. When aroused, your heart rate
increases, your pupils dilate, and you
may sweat, indicating activation of the
part of your nervous sy
Chapter 6: States of
Watch the Watch
1. Consciousness is:
A) the ability to solve problems, reason,
B) the sudden and often novel realization
of the solution to a problem.
1. Psychology is currently defined as:
A) the scientific study of behavior.
B) the scientific study of behavior and
C) the scientific study of biological
and cognitive processes.
D) the scientific study of motives and