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Exam 2 Study Guide

by: Rachel McCord

Exam 2 Study Guide P155

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Rachel McCord
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Introduction to Psychology and Brain Sciences
Robert Nosofsky

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This study guide covers all the topics covered in class, other than those being taught during tomorrow's (Tuesday) lecture. They are open-ended questions that will help you cover the main points b...
Introduction to Psychology and Brain Sciences
Robert Nosofsky
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Rachel McCord on Monday March 23, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to P155 at Indiana University taught by Robert Nosofsky in Spring2015. Since its upload, it has received 230 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology and Brain Sciences in Psychlogy at Indiana University.


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Date Created: 03/23/15
P155 Exam 2 Study Guide SDP NFPP1P9 NP lgtlgtlgtWWWWWU U WWWNNNNNNNNNNI l HI l l I I l H wNHOLomxlmmthI omoowmmwaHOLooowowU39IwaI o What is the signal detection experiment What are the possible responses of the signal detection experiment and what does each mean What is the signal detection theory Name the types of criteria What is selective attention Dichotic listening Explalin Broadbent s Filter Model Explain the cocktail party effect What is the difference between controlled and automatic processes Give an example of a Stroop Task What are some disorders of consciousness Briefly explain each What is the difference between disorders of consciousness and altered states of consciousness Define REM sleep and REMrebound How are EEGs used in relation to consciousness Explain Freudian theory What is the activationsynthesis hypothesis What is posthypnotic suggestion and what is posthypnotic amnesia What is Pavlovian or classical conditioning Are memories always reliable Can hypnosis improve memory What are the basic phenomena from conditioning What is stimulus generalization What is discrimination training Describe instrumentaloperant conditioning What is a reinforcer Explain Thorndike s law of effect What is discriminative stimulus What is continuous reinforcers Partial What is the fixedratio schedule Variableratio Fixedinterval Variableinterval What is the partial reinforcement effect Describe shaping by successive approximations What are different ways to learn from others What is STM and LTM stand for Describe each What is sensory memory What is the free recall task What is the serial position curve Define the primacy effect recency effect and delayed recall What is the AtkinsonShiffrin model What are the stages of memory What is the most important memory principle Explain the misinformation paradigm and the loftus experiment What is the difference between retroactive interference Proactive interference Why are false childhood memories controversial What are episodic and semantic memory 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 How is the memory organized What is change blindness Define both retrograde and anterograde amnesia What is the difference between explicit and implicit memory Define priming What is experimental dissociation What are examples of enhanced memory Give some mnemonic devices


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