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Study Guide for Exam #3

by: Kaelana Linton

Study Guide for Exam #3 PSY 100

Kaelana Linton
SUNY Oswego
Introduction to Psychology
Victor A. Licatese (P)

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These are terms Professor Vic said that should be known for the Exam on Monday from Chapter 5 to part of Chapter 8. Be mindful some of the terms were not covered in class and you are responsible to...
Introduction to Psychology
Victor A. Licatese (P)
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Study Guide for Exam 3 Chapter 5 review Conditioning Thorndike s Law Of Effect Pavlov s Classical Conditioning formula 0 UCS o UCRONSOOROCSOCR Extinction Spontaneous Recovery Stimulus Generalization Stimulus Discrimination Higher Order Conditioning Operant Conditioning 0 Reinforcement Schedules Continuous Partial Fixed ratio Variable Fixed Interval Reinforces Punishers Primaryvs Secondary Shaping Insight Learning Latent Learning Observational Learning Chapter 6 review Memory Memory 0 Types Episodic Semantic Procedural 0 Process Encoding how we put the memory Storage keeping it in Retrieval taking the memory out oStages Sensory Short Term Long Term indefinite forever The process of memory is just like sex You put it in as long as you want then takeit not Forgetting o Decay 0 Duration 0 Capacity 0 Interference Retroactive Proactive Chunking Rehearsal 0 Maintenance 0 Elaborate Eidetic photographic Memow Dependence Congruency o Context 0 State 0 Mood Emotional Flashbulb Primacy Recency effects Amnesia o Anterograde o Retrograde Chapter 7 Thought Intelligence and Language Thinking Concepts 0 Artificial 0 Natural 0 Basic Rules for acquisition of concepts 0 Affirmation o Conjunctive o Disjunctive Prototypes Reasoning 0 Proposition Premise Deductive lnduc ve Algorithm III Heuristic III Biases 0 Availability 0 Loss Avoidance o Anchoring o Hindsight 0 Confirmation Cognitive Dissonance IQ definition and the formula G Spearman vs Multiple intelligence Gardner Sternberg s Triarchic theary Animal Intelligencelanguage limitations and biases Chapter 8 Emotion The Body s role in Emotion The Mind s role in Emotion The Culture s role in Emotion Universal Facial Feedback Theory Display Rules Emotion Work Theories of Love


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