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Exam 1 Study Guide

by: Lynette Walker

Exam 1 Study Guide Psych 413

Lynette Walker
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Adolescent Development
Kathryn Monahan

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Hey guys! Here is a study guide to help with the exam coming up on Monday. There is no answer key, it is just 7 -10 questions on the topics of each lecture day. It includes lectures from the first ...
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Date Created: 10/15/15
Study Guide Psych 413 Chapters 13 Exam 1 1019 Chapter 1 Vocab AdolescenceAdolescere Negative feedback loop Circadian Rhythm PubertasPubescere Primary sex characteristics Anorexia Organizational Hormones Secondary sex characteristics Bulimia Activational Hormones Delayed Phase Preference Binge Eating Disorder Endocrine System Asynchronicity of growth Hypothalamus in regards to puberty Tanner Stages Pituitary gland Obesity Gonads Secular trend quotCnI nninH39 CnlF nh l nnm Concepts Adolescence 1 What are the 5 ways in which adolescence can be identi ed Give a brief description of each along with average age ranges 2 List some common myths of adolescence Think about why they are considered myths and not fact 3 Who is G Stanley Hall and what did he have to say about adolescence 4 Describe the Beeper Study hypothesis brief description of method results conclusion 5 What was Buchanan 2003 testing regarding ADOLESCENT STEREOTYPING what did they nd 6 Why are stronger effects of hormones on mood seen in early puberty Biological Changes of Puberty 1 What is the physiological result of puberty think of the function of puberty 2 What is the difference between organizational and activational hormones What effects do each have on the body s development 3 What does the endocrine system have to do with puberty What structures within the system are involved 4 Explain the HPG negative feedback loop What are the roles of each structure 5 What are the gender differences in set point during the life span 6 How are genetics and environmental factors related to set point Three environmental factors mentioned in lecture what are they 7 List one positive and negative of being an early maturing girl or boy Do the same for late maturing girls and boys Psychosocial Consequences 1 Why do you see prominent selfimage issues during the pubescent stage 2 What sex and ethnicity is most associated with negative selfimage 3 True or false Moodiness and hormones are strongly correlated Why 4 List two proposed theories on why we sleep 5 List stages of sleep and one fact about each 6 What are the differences in sleep cycles that babies children and teens expedence 7 Describe the Stanford Sleep Camp Study and their ndings 8 Why do adolescents want to go to bed later Give a couple reasons 9 Describe the four eating disorders mentioned in the chapter Include risk factors and medical issues that arise Chapter 2 Vocab Piaget s Stages Working Memory Prefrontal Cortex Hypothetical Thinking Long term Memory Dorsolateral Concepts Cortex Cognitive Inductive Reasoning Psychosocial Maturity MacArthur Ventromedlal Cortex Deductive Reasoning lmmaturity Gap Orbitofrontal Cortex Metacognition Brain Structure Pruning Egocentrism Brain Function Response Inhibition Imaninal l Almlionro Elor Irnonronhnlnnrnm Development 1 What are the main developmental milestones made in each of Piaget39s stages 2 List a couple criticisms psychologists had for Piaget s theory What were the ve general changes in adolescent cognition developed in the formal operation stage What is the information processing view How does MacArthur39s research study explain why teens do stupid things maturity What measures did he compare and what ndings resulted from that What did MacArthur nd from his competence assessment of incarcerated and community teensadults Brain Development 1 When are the peak changes in brain development during the lifespan 2 List the 4 major changes in the brain during development 3 What regions of the brain are pruned at what times during development 4 What is the relationship between the prefrontal cortex and the limbic system 5 What changes can be seen in the prefrontal cortex during development What about for the limbic system 6 How do the changes in the adolescent brain effect behavior 7 Describe the 3 theories of measuring intelligence Chapter 3 No vocab mentioned besides collective ef cacy Concept Adolescence in society transitioning to adulthood 1 2 3 How has the concept of adolescence shifted over a century Explain the theory behind emerging adulthood Arnett 2000 What is the trend of residency for late adolescentsyoung adults in the present How should the transition into adulthood be Why Why is it hard to discern cause and effect when applied to neighborhood in uence What were the results from the Moving to opportunities studies Explain How does stress within the neighborhood effect adolescent development Thanks for taking a look at the study guide Best wishes on the exam I hope this guide was helpful Happy studying and good luck Lynette


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