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VOCAB CHAPTER 1 Academic psychologist o The type of psychologist who focuses on teaching and conducting research Applied psychologist 0 Type of psychologist who studies how to improve products and procedures and conducts research to help solve specific practical problems Behavior 0 The outwardly observable acts of an individual alone or in a group Behaviorism o The school of psychology that focuses on how a specific stimulus object person or event evokes a specific response behavior in reaction to the stimulus Clinical psychologist o Administers and interprets psychological tests provides psychotherapy Cognitive neuroscience o A blending of cognitive psychology and neuroscience the study of the brain that aims to specify how the brain stores and processes information Cognitive psychology 0 The approach in psychology that attempts to characterize how information is stored and operated on internally Counseling psychologist o The type of psychologist who is trained to help people with issues that naturally arise during the course of life Debriefing 0 An interview after a study to ensure that the participant has no negative reactions as a result of participation and understands why the study was conducted Evolution psychology 0 The approach in psychology that assumes that certain cognitive strategies and goals are so important that natural selection has built them into our brains Functionalism o The school of psychology that sought to understand how the mind helps individuals function or adapt to the world Gestalt psychology 0 An approach to understanding mental processes that focuses on the idea that the whole is more than the sum of its parts Humanistic psychology o The school of psychology that assumes people have positive values free will and deep inner creativity the combination of which leads then to choose lifefulfilling paths to personal growth Informed consent 0 The requirement that a potential participant in a study be told what he or she will be asked to do and be advised of possible risks and benefits of the study before agreeing to take part Introspection o The process of looking withinquot Level of the brain 0 Events that involve the structure and properties of the organ itself brain cells and their connections the chemical soup in which they exist and the genes Level of the group 0 Events that involve relationships between people such as love competition and cooperation relationships among groups and culture Events at the level of the group are one aspect of the environment the other aspect is the physical environment itself the time temperature and other physical stimuli Level of the person 0 Events that involve the nature of beliefs desires and feelings the content of the mind not just its internal mechanics Mental processes o What the brain does when a person stores recalls or uses information or has specific feelings Psychiatric nurse 0 A nurse with a master s degree and a clinical specialization in psychiatric nursing who provides psychotherapy and works with medical doctors to monitor and administer medication Psychiatrist o A physician who focuses on mental disorders unlike psychologists psychiatrists can prescribe drugs but they are not trained to administer and interpret psychological tests nor are they trained to interpret and understand psychological research Psychodynamic theory 0 A theory of how thoughts and feelings affect behavior refers to the continual pushandpull interaction among conscious and unconscious forces Psychology 0 The science of mental processes and behavior Psychotherapy o The process of helping clients learn to change so they can cope with troublesome thoughts feelings and behaviors Social worker o A mental health professional who uses psychotherapy to help families and individuals and teaches clients to use the social service systems in their communities I Structuralism o The school of psychology that sought to identify the basic elements of experience and to describe the rules and circumstances under which these elements combine to form mental structures I Unconscious 0 Outside conscious awareness and not able to be brought to consciousness at will VOCAB CHAPTER 2 Bias 0 When beliefs expectations or habits alter how participants in a study respond or affect how a researcher sets up or conducts a study thereby in uencing its outcome Case study 0 A scientific study that focuses on a single instance of a situation examining it in detail Central tendency o The clustering of the most characteristic values or scores for a particular group Confound 0 An independent variable that varies along with the ones of interest and could be the actual basis for what you are measuring Control condition 0 A condition administered to the same participants who receive the experimental condition this effectively makes the participants both the experimental and the control group Control group 0 A group that is treated exactly the same way as the experimental group except that the one aspect of the situation being studied is not manipulated for this group The control group holds constant controls all of the variables in the experimental group except the one of interest Correlation coefficient 0 An index of how closely interrelated two sets of measured variables are which ranges from 10 to 10 The higher the correlation in either direction the better we can predict the value of one type of measurement when given the value of the other Data 0 Objective observations Dependent variable 0 The aspect of the situation that is measured as an independent variable is changed the value of the dependent variable depends of the independent variable Descriptive statistics 0 Concise ways of summarizing properties of sets of numbers Doubleblind design 0 The participant is blind to unaware of the predictions of the study and so cannot consciously or unconsciously produce the predicted results and the experimenter is blind to the condition assigned to the participant and so experimenter expectancy effects cannot produce the predicted results Effect o The difference in the dependent variable that is due to the changes in the independent variable Experimental condition 0 A part of a study in which the participant receives the complete procedure that defines the experiment Usually this is accompanied by a control condition with the same participants receiving both experimental and control conditions Experimental group 0 A group that receives the complete procedure that defines the experiment Experimenter expectancy effects 0 Effects that occur when an investigator s expectations lead him or her consciously or unconsciously to treat participants in a way that encourages them to produce the expected results Hypothesis 0 A tentative idea that might explain a set of observations Independent variable 0 The aspect of the situation that is intentionally varied while another aspect is measured Inferential statistics 0 The results of tests that reveal whether differences or patterns in measurements re ect true differences or patterns versus just chance variations Mean 0 The arithmetic average Median o The score that is the midpoint of the set of values half the values fall above the median and half fall below the median Metaanalysis o A statistical technique that allows researchers to combine results from different studies which can determine whether there is a relationship among variables that transcends any one study Mode 0 The value that appears most frequently in the set of data Normal distribution 0 The height of the normal curve indicates the number of values that occur at the position along the scale measured on the horizontal axis In the normal distribution most values fall in the middle range with the number of extreme positive and extreme negative values decreasing symmetrically toward the right and the left Operational definition 0 A definition of a variable that specifies how it is measured or manipulated Percentile rank 0 The percentage of data that have values at or below a particular value Placebo o A medically inactive substance that is presented as though it has medicinal effects Population 0 The entire set of relevant people or animals Prediction 0 An expectation about specific events that should occur in particular circumstances if the theory or hypothesis is correct Pseudo psychology 0 Theories or statements that at first glance look like psychology but are in fact superstition or unsupported opinion pretending to be science Random assignment 0 The technique of assigning participants randomly that is by chance to the experimental and the control groups so that no biases can sneak into the composition of the groups Range 0 The difference obtained when you subtract the smallest score from the largest the simplest measure of variability Raw data 0 Individual measurements taken directly from the situation being studied Reliability 0 Data are reliable if the same results are obtained when the measurements are repeated Replication 0 Collecting the same observations or measurements and finding the same results as were found previously Response bias 0 A tendency to respond in a particular way regardless of respondents actual knowledge or beliefs Sample 0 A group that is drawn from a larger population and measured or observed Sampling bias 0 A bias that occurs when the participants or items are not chosen at random but instead are chosen so that one attribute is over or underrepresented Sampling error 0 Any difference that arises from the luck of the draw due to nonrandom sampling from a population not because two samples are in fact representative of different populations Scientific method 0 The scientific method involves specifying a problem systematically observing events forming a hypothesis of the relation between variables collecting new observations to test the hypothesis using such evidence to formulate and support a theory and finally testing the theory Standard deviation 0 A kind of average variabilityquot in a set of measurements Statistical significance 0 The conclusion that the measured relationship is not simply due to chance Statistics 0 Numbers that summarize or indicate differences or patterns of differences in measurements Survey 0 A set of questions typically about beliefs attitudes preferences or activities Theory 0 An interlocking set of concepts or principles that explain a set of observations Validity o A measure is valid if it does in fact measure what it is supposed to measure Variable 0 An aspect of a situation that can vary or change specifically a characteristic of a substance quantity or entity that is measurable VOCAB CHAPTER 3 I Action potential 0 The shifting change in charge that moves down the axon I Active interaction 0 Occurs when people choose partly based on genetic tendencies to put themselves in specific situations and to avoid others I Adaptation o A characteristic that increases an organism s fitness for an environment I Adoption study 0 A study in which characteristics of children adopted at birth are compared to those of their adoptive parents or siblings versus their biological parents or siblings often twins These studies often focus on comparisons of twins who were raised in the same vs different households I Agonist o A chemical that mimics the effects of a neurotransmitter by activating a type of receptor I Allornone law 0 States that if the neuron is sufficiently stimulated it fires sending the action potential all the way down the axon and releasing chemicals from the terminal buttons either the action potential occurs or it doesn t Amygdala o A subcortical structure that plays a special role in fear and is involved in other sorts of emotions such as anger Antagonist o A chemical that interferes with the effect of a neurotransmitter often by blocking a receptor Autonomic nervous system ANS 0 Controls the smooth muscles in the body some glandular functions and many of the body s selfregulating activities such as digestion and circulation Axon o The sending end of the neuron the long cablelike structure extending from the cell body Basal ganglia o Subcortical structures that play a role in planning and producing movement Behavioral genetics 0 The field which researchers attempt to determine the extent to which the differences among people are due to their genes or to the environment Brain circuit o A set of neurons that affect one another Brainstem o The set of neural structures at the base of the brain including the medulla and the pons Cell body 0 The central part of a neuron or other cell which contains the nucleus Cell membrane 0 The skin of a cell Central nervous system CNS 0 The spinal cord and the brain Cerebellum o A large structure at the base of the brain that is concerned in part with physical coordination estimating time and paying attention Cerebral cortex 0 The convoluted pinkishgray outer layer of the brain where most mental processes take place Cerebral hemisphere o A left or right halfbrain shaped roughly like half a sphere Complex inheritance o The joint action of combinations of genes working together Computerassisted tomography CT formerly CAT o A neuroimaging technique that produces a threedimensional image of brain structures using X rays Corpus callosum o The large band of nerve fibers that connects the two halves of the brain Cortisol o A hormone produced by the outer layer of the adrenal glands that helps the body cope with the extra energy demands of stress by breaking down and converting protein and fat to sugar Dendrite o The treelike part of a neuron that receives messages from the axons of other neurons Deoxyribonucleic acid DNA 0 The molecule that contains genes Dizygotic 0 From different eggs and sharing only as many genes as any pair of brothers or sisters on average half Electroencephalogram o A recording from the scalp of electrical activity in the brain over time which produces a tracing of pulses at different frequencies Electroencephalograph EEG o A machine that records electrical current produced by the brain Endogenous cannabinoids o Neuromodulators released by the receiving neuron that then in uence the activity of the sending neuron Estrogen o The hormone that causes breasts to develop and is involved in the menstrual cycle Evocative or reactive interaction 0 Occurs when genetically in uenced characteristics draw out behaviors from other people Evolution 0 Genebased changes in the characteristics of members of a species over successive generations Forebrain o The cortex thalamus limbic system and basal ganglia Frontal lobe o The brain lobe located behind the forehead the seat of planning memory search motor control and reasoning as well as numerous other functions Functional magnetic resonance imaging MRI 0 A type of MRI that usually detects the amount of oxygen being brought to a particular place in the brain while a task is performed Gene 0 A stretch of DNA that produces a specific protien Genotype o The genetic code within an organism Glial cell 0 A type of cell that surrounds neurons in uences the communication among neurons and generally helps in the care and feedingquot of neurons Cyrus 0 A bulge between sulci in the cerebral cortex Heritability o The degree to which variability in a characteristic is due to genetics Hindbrain o The medulla pons cerebellum and parts of the reticular formation Hippocampus o A subcortical structure that plays a key role in allowing new information to be stored in the brain s memory banks Hormone o A chemical that is produced by a glad and can act as a neuromodulator Hypothalamicpituitaryadrenal HPA axis 0 The hypothalamus pituitary gland and adrenal glands which work together to fight off infection Hypothalamus o A brain structure that sits under the thalamus and plays a central role in controlling eating and drinking and in regulating the body s temperature blood pressure and heart rate Interneuron o A neuron that is connected to other neurons not to sense organs or muscles on 0 An atom that has a positive or negative charge Knockin mice 0 Mice in which a new gene has been added or substituted for one already there Knockout mice 0 Mice in which part of the genetic code has been snipped away deleting all or crucial parts of a gene so that it is disabled Lesion o A region ofimpaired tissue Limbic system 0 A set of brain areas including the hippocampus amygdala and other areas that have long been thought of as being involved in fighting eeing feeding and sex Lobes o The four major parts of each cerebral hemisphere occipital temporal parietal and frontal Magnetic resonance imaging MRI 0 A technique that uses magnetic properties of atoms to take sharp pictures of the structures of the brain Magneto encephalography MEG o A technique for assessing brain activity that relies on recording magnetic waves from the outside of the head Medulla o The lowest part of the lower brain stem which plays a central role in automatic control of breathing swallowing and blood circulation Mendelian inheritance o The transmission of characteristics by individual elements of inheritance genes each acting separately Meninges o Membranes that cover the brain Microelectrode o A tiny probe inserted into the brain to record the electrical activity of individual neurons Midbrain o Brainstem structures that lie between forebrain and hindbrain including parts of the reticular formation Monozygotic 0 From the same egg and having identical genes Motor neuron o A neuron that sends signals to muscles to control movement Motor strip o The brain area located immediately in front of the central sulcus that controls fine movements and is organized by body part also called primary motor cortex Mutation o A physical change in a gene Myelin o A fatty substance that helps impulses travel down the axon more efficiently Natural selection 0 Changes in the frequency of genes in a population that arise because genes allow an organism to have more offspring that survive Neuroendocrine system 0 The system regulated by the CNS that makes hormones that affect many bodily functions and that also provides the CNS with n onna on Neuroimaging o Brainscanning techniques that produce a picture of the structure or nuiknnngofneurons Neuromodulator o A chemical that alters the effect of a neuotransmitter Neuron o A cell that receives signals from other neurons or sense organs processes these signals and sends the signals to other neurons muscles or organs the basic unit of the nervous system Neurotransmitter o A chemical that carries a signal from the terminal button on one neuron to the dendrite or cell body of another Occipital lobe o The brain lobe at the back of the head concerned entirely with different aspects of vision Parasympathetic nervous system 0 Part of the ANS that is next toquot the sympathetic system and that tends to counteract its effects Parietal lobe o The brain lobe across the top part of the brain behind the ears which is involved in registering spatial location attention and motor control Passive interaction 0 Occurs when genetically shaped tendencies of our parents or sibling produce an environment that is passively received by the child Peripheral nervous system PNS o The autonomic nervous system and the sensorysomatic nervous system Phenotype o The observable structure and behavior of an organism Pituitary gland o The master glandquot that regulates other glands but is itself controlled by the brain primarily via connections from the hypothalamus Plasticity o The brain s ability to be molded by experience Pons o A bridge between the brainstem and the cerebellum that plays a role in functions ranging from sleep to control of facial muscles Positron emission tomography PET o A neuroimaging technique that uses small amounts of radiation to track blood ow or energy consumption in the brain Pruning o A process whereby certain connections among neurons are eliminated Receptor 0 A site on a dendrite or cell body where a messenger molecule attaches itself like a lock that is opened by one key a receptor receives only one type of neurotransmitter or neuromodulator Re ex 0 An automatic response to an event Resting potential 0 The negative charge within a neuron when it is at rest Reticular formation o Twopart structure in the brainstem the ascending part that plays a key role in keeping a person awake and alert the quotdescendingquot part is important in producing autonomic nervous system reactions Reuptake o The process by which surplus neurotransmitter is reabsorbed back into the sending neuron so that the neuron can effectively fire again Selective serotoninreuptake inhibitor SSRI o A chemical that blocks the reuptake of the neurotransmitter serotonin Sensory neuron o A neuron that responds to input from sense organs Sensorysomatic nervous system SSNS 0 Part of the PNS that consists of neurons in the sensory organs such as the eyes and ears that convey information to the brain as well as neurons that actually trigger muscles and glands Skeletal system 0 Consists of nerves that are attached to striated muscles Somatosensory strip 0 The brain area located immediately behind the central sulcus that registers sensation on the body and is organized by body part Spinal cord 0 The exible rope of nerves that runs inside the backbone or spinal column Splitbrain patient o A person whose corpus callosum has been severed for medical reasons so that neuronal impulses no longer pass from one hemisphere to the other Stroke 0 A source of brain damage that occurs when blood with its lifegiving nutrients and oxygen fails to reach part of the brain causing neurons in that area to die Subcortical structures 0 Parts of the brain located under the cerebral cortex and beneath the ventricles Sulcus o A crease in the cerebral cortex Sympathetic nervous system 0 Part of the ANS that readies an animal to fight or ee by speeding up the heart increasing breathing rate to deliver more oxygen dilating the pupils producing sweat decreasing salivation inhibiting activity in the stomach and relaxing the bladder Synapse o The place where an axon of one neuron can send signals to the membrane on a dendrite or cell body of another neuron Synaptic cleft o The gap between the axon of one neuron and the membrane of another across which communication occurs Temporal lobe o The brain lobe under the temples in front of the ears where sideburns begin to grow down among its many functions are visual memory and hearing Terminal button 0 A structure at the end of a branch of an axon that when the neuron is triggered releases chemicals into the space between neurons Testosterone o The hormone that causes males to develop facial hair and other sex characteristics and to build up muscle volume Thalamus o A subcortical structure that receives inputs from sensory and motor systems and plays a crucial role in attention often thought of as a switching center Trans cranial 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