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Psych Exam Review

by: Jenny Nabil

Psych Exam Review PSYCH 210 - 0001

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In-class exam review questions with bolded/underlined answers.
General Psychology
Melisa Rempfer
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Jenny Nabil on Monday January 4, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PSYCH 210 - 0001 at a university taught by Melisa Rempfer in Fall 2015. Since its upload, it has received 62 views.


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Date Created: 01/04/16
• Delusions are false or irrational beliefs? True • False sensory perceptions that often take the form of hearing voices are called Hallucinations • An irrational, persistent fear of something is called a Phobia • The term fugue means Flight • is a legal term, not a psychiatric or psychological term. Insanity • Negative symptoms refer to the absence of appropriate and “normal” behaviors. • Obsession is a repetitive thought whereas a compulsion is a compulsive behavior. • The process by which activities are started, directed, and halted so that physical or psychological needs or wants are met is called motivation. • Drives serve to activate responses that are aimed at reducing the drive, thereby returning the body to a more normal state called homeostasis • Which division of the nervous system is working when we experience unpleasant emotions? sympathetic • Freud believed that unconscious mind the was the most important determining factor in human behavior and personality. • Trait theorists have determined five major characteristics of personality. • An example of irrationality is when an adult claims to have an imaginary companion who tells him what to do. • A person who trying to hide their true feelings will become more aroused. • Which statement best reflects the James-Lange theory of emotion? We see a monster, our hearts race, we feel fear. • Which assessment technique requires people to respond to unstructured or ambiguous stimuli? Projective. • According to Freud, aggression is to thanatos as sex drive is to eros. • Syndey said “I don’t care much about my grades as long as I’m the most popular girl in the class!” – which need is this? need for affiliation • A conscientious student who persistently studies interesting material in their classes because they find the topics fascinating would be said to be intrinsically motivated • Leo worries all of the time. He worries about his money, his children, his dog. His muscles are always tense and sore, he has trouble sleeping, is often utterable and difficulty concentrating generalized anxiety disorder • The key symptom of mania is the presence of periods of extreme elation • A person who experiences severe bouts of anxiety would be described as displaying distress • The net-freudian Carl Jung suggested that existence of a collective unconscious that contains images shared by all people called archetypes


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