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Introduction to Psychology Final Study Review

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Introduction to Psychology Final Study Review Psych 111

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This is the material that is expected to be on Dr. Virginia Clinton's Introduction to Psychology Final Exam
Introduction to Psychology
Dr. Virginia Clinton
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Date Created: 05/02/16
Final Exam Study Guide Topics, terms, and concepts to know from each module Module 1 William James B.F. Skinner John B. Watson Sigmund Freud Module 2 hindsight bias overconfidence critical thinking Module 3 case study naturalistic observation survey correlation experimentation (know the difference between correlational and causal findings) Module 4 Statistical and practical significance Module 21 Classical conditioning conditioned stimulus unconditioned stimulus neutral stimulus conditioned response unconditioned response Module 22 Law of effect Thorndike’s puzzle box Operant conditioning Positive/negative reinforcement Positive/negative punishment Module 23 taste aversion Observational learning modeling mirror neurons Module 24 Memory recall recognition relearning Encoding Storage Retrieval Automatic vs. effortful processing Effortful processing strategies Module 25 priming context-dependent memory state-dependent memory Module 26 Anterograde amnesia Retrograde amnesia Encoding failure Storage decay Retrieval Failure Proactive interference Retroactive interference Module 28 Phoneme Morpheme Receptive language Development of productive language Aphasia (Broca’s and Wernicke’s) Critical period of language Module 37 James-Lange Theory Cannon-Baird Theory Schacter-Singer Theory Sympathetic nervous system Parasympathetic nervous system Module 38 universal nature of facial expressions cultural differences with gesture facial feedback effect Module 39 adaptation level phenomenon relative deprivation feel-good, do-good phenomenon catharsis Module 40 general adaptation syndrome (know the three phases) pessimism and heart disease Module 41 problem-focused coping emotion-focused coping perceived control social support and stress Module 13 gender roles gender identity Module 14 zygote embryo fetus placenta teratogens fetal alcohol syndrome/fetal alcohol spectrum disorder habituation Module 15 schemas assimilation accommodation object permanence conservation theory of mind Module 16 moral reasoning (Kohlberg) preconventional conventional postconventional moral intuition (Haidt) Module 17 Alzheimer’s disease Exercise and aging Module 29 What is intelligence? Viewpoints on intelligence: Sternberg Gardner Spearman Thurstone Module 30 standardization reliability validity—content and predictive Flynn effect Module 31 Aging and intelligence—difference between cross-sectional and longitudinal findings Fluid and crystallized intelligence Module 32 Genetic influences on intelligence stereotype threat environmental influences on intelligence bias Module 49 psychological disorder Viewpoints on psychological disorders medical model biopsychosocial approach Module 50 generalized anxiety disorder phobia obsessive compulsive disorder post-traumatic stress disorder panic disorder Module 51 major depressive disorder bipolar disorder mania Module 52 schizophrenia delusions hallucinations Module 53 anorexia nervosa bulimia nervosa binge eating disorder antisocial personality disorder dissociative amnesia dissociative fugue dissociative identity disorder Module 42 fundamental attribution error central and peripheral route persuasion foot-in-the-door phenomenon role playing affecting attitudes cognitive dissonance Module 44 Asch’s conformity studies Milgrim’s experiments on obedience to authority social facilitation social loafing


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