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Exam 2 Study Guide

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Exam 2 Study Guide PSYC 2310

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Study guide for chapter 5-7 for exam 2 on 03-17-2016
Life Cycle Developmemt
Dr. Lawrence Cohn
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Date Created: 03/10/16
Exam Date: 03-17-2016 EXAM 1 CHAPTERS 5-7 1. STUDY QUIZ 3 Questions from quiz may appear on exam A. Chapter 5 Toddlerhood (pages 180-231) i. Key Terms: 1. Kwashiorkor 2. Micronutrients 3. Synaptic density 4. Synaptic pruning 5. EEG (electroencephalogram) 6. fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) 7. Weaning 8. Mental representations 9. Deferred imitation 10. Zone of proximal development 11. Private speech 12. Scaffolding 13. Guided participation 14. Infinite generativity 15. Broca’s area 16. Wernicke’s area 17. Language acquisition device (LAD) 18. Holophrase 19. Overextension 20. Underextension 21. Fast mapping 22. Telegraphic speech 23. Overregularization 24. Sociomoral emotions 25. Empathy 26. Prosocial behavior 27. Self-recognition 28. Self-reflection 29. Gender identity 30. Sex 31. Gender 32. Ethology 33. Primary attachment figure 34. Stranger anxiety 35. Secure base 36. Strange situation 37. Secure attachment 38. Insecure-avoidant attachment 39. Insecure-resistance attachment 40. Disorganized-disoriented attachment 41. Polygyny 42. Autism 43. Displacement effect ii. Do practice quizzes iii. Be able to answer application of knowledge questions in summary portion of each chapter iv. Do chapter quiz at the end of the chapter B. Chapter 6 Early Childhood (pages 232-287) i. Key Terms: 1. Corpus callosum 2. Cerebellum 3. Reticular formation 4. Hippocampus 5. Infantile amnesia 6. Anemia 7. Handedness 8. Preoperational stage 9. Conservation 10. Centration 11. Reversibility 12. Egocentrism 13. Animism 14. Classification 15. Theory of mind 16. Early intervention program 17. Sensitive period 2 18. Grammar 19. Pragmatics 20. Emotional self-regulation 21. Undercontrol 22. Externalizing problems 23. Overcontrol 24. Internalization problems 25. Initiative vs guilt 26. Gender constancy 27. Gender roles 28. Gender schema 29. Self-socialization 30. Parenting styles 31. Demandingness 32. Responsiveness 33. Authoritative parents 34. Authoritarian parents 35. Permissive parents 36. Disengaged parents 37. Reciprocal or bidirectional effects 38. Filial piety 39. Familismo 40. Time out 41. Psychological control 42. Corporal punishment 43. Child maltreatment 44. Foster care 45. Only child 46. Peers 47. Instrumental aggression 48. Hostile aggression 49. Relational aggression ii. Do practice quizzes iii. Be able to answer application of knowledge questions in summary portion of each chapter iv. Do chapter quiz at the end of the chapter C. Chapter 7 Middle Childhood (pages 288-347) i. Key terms: 3 1. Cultural models 2. Body mass index (BMI) 3. Myopia 4. Overweight 5. Obesity 6. Asthma 7. Concrete operations 8. Seriation 9. Selective attention 10. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) 11. Mnemonics 12. Rehearsal 13. Organization 14. Elaboration 15. Metamemory 16. Intelligence 17. Intelligence quotient (IQ) 18. Median 19. Normal distribution 20. Intellectual disability 21. Gifted 22. Flynn effect 23. Theory of multiple intelligences 24. Triarchic theory of intelligence 25. Bilingual 26. Metalinguistic skills 27. Multilingual 28. Phonics approach 29. Whole-language approach 30. Dyslexia 31. Learning disability 32. Numeracy 33. Experience Sampling Method (ESM) 34. Ambivalence 35. Self-concept 36. Social comparison 37. Self-esteem 38. Coregulation 4 39. Family process 40. Coercive cycle 41. Divorce mediation 42. Selective association 43. Age graded 44. Social status 45. Social skills 46. Social information processing (SIP) 47. Bullying 48. Industry versus inferiority 49. Media multitasking ii. Do practice quizzes iii. Be able to answer application of knowledge questions in summary portion of each chapter iv. Do chapter quiz at the end of the chapter D. Research studies discussed in lecture i. Who was the study subject? ii. What were the procedures? iii. Confounds? iv. Findings? v. Know the age ranges of participants vi. Know age specific milestones 5


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