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Study guide for Exam 1 (Weeks 1 - 3)

by: Stuart Chin

Study guide for Exam 1 (Weeks 1 - 3) PSYCH 306

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Developmental Psychology
Betty Repacholi
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Stuart Chin on Sunday October 16, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSYCH 306 at University of Washington taught by Betty Repacholi in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Developmental Psychology in Psychology (PSYC) at University of Washington.

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Date Created: 10/16/16
Developmental Psych 306 – Quiz Section Jeopardy Study Guide 1. Paradigm when triangle X is presented at same time, measuring stimuli. - Preferential looking paradigm 2. Chromosomal pattern for down syndrome individuals - 21 trisomy- ALL cells have 21 chromes - Mosaic Down syndrome – only SOME cells have extra 21 st chrome 3. What is the term for when sperm penetrates egg, tail falls off, head of sperm releases genetic material? - Fertilization – Penetration, tail falls off, etc. - Conception – Cell nucleus forms 46 chromes 4. What are two parts of blastocyst? What do these develop into? - Inner cell mass  Embryo/Fetus (develops with endo, ecto, meso) - Trophoblast  Anionic chorion (Amniotic sack and umbilical cord) 5. What are two types of individualistic changes? - Variability if developmental milestones and achievements - Variability in uniqueness (different walking/crawling) 6. What are two types of research questions that are asked by developmental neuroscientist? - How does brain structure change in developing psychosocial development and behavior? - How does experience in world affect development (nature vs. Nurture) 7. Do newborns distinguish between scrambled and unscrambled faces? Depends: - No preference for static objects/faces - Preference for unscrambled faces, especially when moving 8. Quantitative vs. Qualitative change - Quantitative: Height, vocabulary, #’s changing - Qualitative: Walking, crawling, moving 9. Two major cause of very early miscarriage - Defects in organisms (chromosome abnormalities) - Implementation problems (cell mass cant implant, age, teratogens, health) 10. In meiosis, when do the first two stages of meiosis take place? - Prenatally 11. Name an example of a primitive reflex that may be a precursor to voluntary behavior - Stepping reflex and grasping 12. Little Albert study: What was the conditioned response? - Fear of white mouse (white fuzzy) 13. True or false. Placenta is semi-permeable and allows blood cells to be passed from mother to child. - False: Membrane keeps blood stream separate from mother and child (blood never gets mixed) - Placenta facilitates transfer of nutrients, food, and waste - HIV? Would occur during birth 14. What is most widely used techniques for identifying prenatal genetic defect? - Amniocentesis: Small sample from amniotic fluid - __________________: Taking a small sample of cell membrane - __________________: Uses ultra sound method 15. What are three groups of protective factors associated with resilience? - Constitutional/Dispositional attributes of child - Affectional/Emotional ties with home and family context - External support systems


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