HBSE Exam 1 Study Guide
HBSE Exam 1 Study Guide SOWO 30843
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This 4 page Study Guide was uploaded by Meghan Cunningham on Wednesday September 21, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to SOWO 30843 at Texas Christian University taught by Catelyn Devlin in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 45 views. For similar materials see Human Behavior and Social Environment I in Social Work at Texas Christian University.
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HBSE Exam 1 Study Guide Answer the Following Questions: 1. What is Social Work? 2. Important Child Needs 3. What are the Core Concepts? 4. Define Epigenetics 5. What are important Ages for Development? 6. Scientific Method: 7. Participants in a Study 8.Experiment in a Study 9. What are the Parts of the Brain? And what is their function? 10. McLean's Triune Brian Theory: 11. How does the brain shut down? 12. What are the Impacts of Stress? 13. What are the Biological Perspective Theories? 14. Central Nervous System 15. Peripheral Nervous System 16. What is the Human Stress Response? 17. HPA Axis: 18. Nuerotransmitters: Excitatory: 19. Nuerotransmitters: Inhibitory: 20. Chronic Stress: 21. Physiological Effects of Longterm Chronic Stress? 22. Psychological Effects of Longterm Chronic Stress? 23. What are the Trauma Changes on Brain Functionality? 24. What are the Trauma Changes on Brain Chemistry? 25. Stress Risk Factors: 26. What are external assets? 27. What are internal assets? 28. What are the 40 developmental assets? 29. Examples of Biological Theories: 30. What is the Biological Perspective? 31. Proprioception: 32. Vestibular: 33. The Nervous System and Your Stomach: 34. What is the Endocrine System? 35. Psychoneuroimmunology: 36. What are Freuds Stages? 37. Id, Ego, and Super Ego: 38. What did Anna Freud do? 39. Projection: 40. Distortion: 41. Denial: 42. Suppression: 43. Splitting: 44. Passive Aggression: 45. Repression: 46. Somatization: 47. Sublimation: 48. Anticipation: 49. Displacement: 50. Intellectualization: 51. Undoing: 52. Reaction Formation: 53. Mature Defenses: 54. What are Erik Ericson’s stages? 55. Classical Conditioning: 56. Operant Conditioning: 57. Reinforcement: 58. Punishment: 59. Positive Reinforcement: 60. Negative Reinforcement: 61. Discipline: 62. What are Piaget’s stages? 63. Kholberg’s Moral Development Stages: 64. Gilligan’s Stages: 65. What are Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs? 66. What is Attachment and the Attachment Styles? 67. What is the Strange Situation? 68. What is the Attachment Cycle a foundation for?
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