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Final Exam Study Guide!

by: Morgan Dimery

Final Exam Study Guide! Psyc 2010-003

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This is a study guide for our final exam, which is this Friday!
Introduction to Psychology
Edwin G. Brainerd
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This 5 page Study Guide was uploaded by Morgan Dimery on Monday April 25, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Psyc 2010-003 at Clemson University taught by Edwin G. Brainerd in Summer 2015. Since its upload, it has received 59 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at Clemson University.

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Date Created: 04/25/16
Final  Exam  Study  Guide     1. Distinguish  between  the  biopsychosocial  model  and  neurological  basis  of   stress.             2. What  does  primary  appraisal  consist  of?  Secondary  appraisal?               3. If  you  were  deciding  between  going  to  the  beach  or  the  mountains  for  the   weekend,  what  type  of  conflict  would  this  be?             4. What  does  the  Inverted-­‐U  hypothesis  say?               5. Explain  the  physiological  response  to  stress.                 6. What’s  the  difference  between  the  resistance  stage  and  exhaustion  stage  of   the  GAS?               7. What  is  catastrophic  thinking?               8. Why  do  individuals  with  type  A  personalities  seem  to  be  more  vulnerable  for   coronary  heart  disease?               9. Explain  the  three  stages  of  prenatal  development.                   10.What  are  some  things  a  mother  can  do  to  reduce  the  risk  of  complications   during  pregnancy?                 11.Explain  what  Harry  Haslow’s  experiment  told  us  about  infant-­‐mother   attachment.                   12.What’s  the  difference  between  resistant  attachment  and  avoidant   attachment?         13.What  does  it  mean  that  an  infant’s  receptive  vocabulary  is  larger  than  their   productive  vocabulary?                 14.Distinguish  between  Jean  Piaget’s  theory  of  cognitive  development.                       15.What’s  the  difference  between  authority  orientation  and  social  contract   orientation?               16.What  do  females  experience  that  signal  adolescence?  Males?               17.What  are  some  adjustments  that  take  place  during  parenthood?               18.Name  Kuber-­‐Ross’  five  stages  for  death  and  dying.           19.What’s  the  difference  between  an  ingroup  and  an  outgroup?               20.How  do  attributions  influence  the  way  one  explains  their  behaviors?                 21.Explain  the  difference  between  individualism  and  collectivism.                   22.How  does  the  infant-­‐caregiver  attachment  influence  the  way  someone  can   love  as  an  adult?                 23.What  are  the  three  components  of  attitude?                   24.What  is  conformity?  Explain  that  experiment  associated  with  this.             25.What  experiment  did  Stanley  Milgram  do?  Phillip  Zimbardo?                   26.What  is  the  difference  between  group  polarization  and  groupthink?                      


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