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Intro to General Psychology Exam 2 Study Guide

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Intro to General Psychology Exam 2 Study Guide PSYCH 1101

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- Study Guide for Chapters 4-6 - Herrig Tuesday & Thursday Class 11-12:15PM
Intro to General Psychology
Jennifer Herrig
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Date Created: 09/30/16
Intro to General Psychology Study Guide Chapters 4-6 Ch. 4 – Developing Through the Life Span (be able to apply and know examples) - Nature vs. Nurture - Sensitive & Critical Periods - Continuity vs. Discontinuity - Stability vs. Change Prenatal Development - Germinal Stage: zygote - Embrychic Stage: embryo - Fetal Stage: fetus -viability - Teratogens Cognitive Development - Schemas - Behavioral - Assimilation - Accommodation Sensorimotor – (0-2 years) - Object Permanence Preoperational – (2-6) Concrete operational – ( 7-12) - Reversibility Formal Operational – ( 12 – adult) Theory of Mind - 18 months - 3 years’ old - 4-5 years - Beyond 5 Habituation Paradigm (spend time looking at new things) Social Development - Trust vs. Mistrust (infant) - Autonomy vs. Shame & Doubt (toddler) - Initiative vs. Guilt (preschool) - Identity vs. Inferiority (grade-school) - Intimacy vs. Isolation (young- adult) - Generativity vs. Stagnation (middle – adult) - Integrity vs. Despair (old adult) Attachment – (facilitated by oxytocin) - Secure Attachment - Insecure Avoidance Attachment - Insecure Resistant/ Ambivalent Attachment - Studying Attachment Parenting Style: Authoritarian, Authoritative, Uninvolved, Permissive Moral Development - Preconventional Reasoning - Conventional Reasoning - Post conventional Reasoning Adolescence & Emerging Adulthood - Adolescent Goal: form identity - Successful Aging: understanding and accepting change Explaining Gender Development - Biological Approach - Cognitive Approach: gender constancy, Gender Schema Theory - Social Learning Approach: Family & Reinforce Sexual Orientation -Influences: chromosomes 7,8,10, prenatal hormone exposure Ch 6. Sensation & Perception Sensation, Perception: define Types of Perception: know the two and understand examples Process of Sensation: know the thresholds – absolute, difference - Sensory Adaptation - Transduction Vision - The eye - Retina: receptors=rods & cones - Rods, Cones Visual Information Processing- angles Color Vision Form perception : understand and define, recognize examples Depth of Perception Motion Perception


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