Psych 1101, Week 5 Study Guide
Psych 1101, Week 5 Study Guide PSYCH 1101 C
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Psych Exam 1 Review (Chapters 1,2,12 and Appendix A) 1. Who is the father of Psychology? a. Titchener b. Wundt c. Skinner d. Watson 2. List the 3 main levels of analysis of the biopsychosocial approach. 3. Which Psychologist(s) performed the “little Albert” experiment (behaviorism method)? a. Freud b. Skinner c. Watson d. Darwin 4. Ways in which information is perceived, processed, and remembered is what type of psychology? a. Cognitive Psychology b. Humanistic Psychology c. Behavioral Psychology 5. Write out the difference between basic research and applied research 6. True/False: Critical thinking is looking into the past and should have known that was going to happen. 7. True/False: Intuition is although we don’t know for sure, we just assume in any given situation. 8. Which is the correct order of the scientific method? a. Hypothesis, research, question, experiment, analysis, conclusion b. Experiment, conclusion, research, hypothesis, question, analysis c. Analysis, hypothesis, question, experiment, conclusion, research d. Question, research, hypothesis, experiment, analysis, conclusion 9. Measure of how closely 2 factors vary together, or how well you can predict a change in one from observing a change in the other is? a. Correlation coefficient b. Correlation c. Illusory correlation 10. Placebo effect is a. Both groups have no idea what treatment they have b. Thinks they get a treatment but they didn’t and their behavior changes c. Anything the researcher changes, and changes the dependent variable. 11. Participants are told by the researcher what is going to happen before the experiment this is called? a. Debriefing b. Confidentiality c. Discomfort d. Informed consent 12. Variation is a. the variety between the tendency of range, mode, and mean b. the mode c. How well all the scores are clustered around the central tendency scores 13. List the SQ3R and what they do. 14. Ways groups can change can individual’s actions is? a. Social influence b. Social behavior c. Social cognition 15. The definition of Attribution Theory is? a. Motivations and/or causes for why somebody else did something b. Trying to find out the reason why someone did the thing they did c. Whatever someone did was their fault, even drugs and mental illnesses 16. The more people there are around a particular situation, the less likely people are to help others. This is what? 17. Explain the significance of the Stanford Prison experiment and how is fell under the social influences of obedience? 18. A judgement or negative attitude(feeling) towards a group of people is? a. Discrimination b. Explicit racism c. Prejudice d. Implicit racism 19. Action or act of prejudice or negative behavior is? a. Discrimination b. Explicit racism c. Prejudice d. Implicit racism 20. True/False: Skepticism is thinking they can do more than they can. 21. True/False: Deindividuation has been given to the group rather than one person. 22. Robert arrives to class and sees everyone else has left their coats on. Thinking that maybe he has forgotten about a trip or something. Robert decides to leave his on too as he gets seated, this is an example of: a. Social loafing b. Deindividuation c. Obedience d. Conformity 23. The period of inactivity after a neuron has fired is called the: a. Refractory period b. Threshold c. Action potential d. All-or-none response 24. Gerald’s grandmother suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and exhibits symptoms of memory loss. Which neurotransmitter is likely impaired? a. GABA b. Serotonin c. Dopamine d. Ach 25. Somatic is sub part of what other sub group of what system? 26. The immune system is involved with which system? a. Nervous b. Endocrine c. Peripheral d. Somatic 27. The brain region the secretes many different hormones is the: a. Pancreas b. Hypothalamus c. Pituitary Gland d. Adrenal Gland 28. Which lobe in the Cerebral Cortex is the hippocampus locates in? a. Frontal b. Temporal c. Occipital d. Parietal 29. Which System deals with emotions in the brain? a. Endocrine b. Nervous c. Immune d. Limbic 30. What part of the brain is referred to as “little brain”? a. Medulla b. Cerebellum c. Thalamus d. Hypothalamus Answer Sheet: 1. B 2. Biological, Psychological, and Social-Cultural Influences 3. C 4. A 5. Basic- doing studies trying to find information about a phenomenon because your curious. Applied- want to find out answers/ solutions to a particular problem. 6. False; to make it true the word should be hindsight bias 7. True 8. D 9. B 10. B 11. D 12.C 13. Survey, Question, Read, Retrieve, and Review 14. B 15. A 16. Bystander Effect 17. Lasted 3 days, even though it was supposed to last 2 weeks. The guards should extreme dominance over the prisoners. They were power hungry, and made sure that their dominance wasn’t doubted by any “prisoner” 18. C 19. A 20. False; to make it true the word should be overconfidence 21. True 22. D 23. A 24. D 25. Peripheral; Nervous System 26. A 27. C 28. B 29. D 30. B
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