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Clementine Boehm
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E. Walker

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This 15 page Class Notes was uploaded by Clementine Boehm on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 2000 at Louisiana State University taught by E. Walker in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 14 views. For similar materials see /class/222968/psyc-2000-louisiana-state-university in Psychlogy at Louisiana State University.


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Review Questions eing in a bad mood after a hard day of work Susan could think of nothing positive in her life This is best explained as an example of Priming D ja vu Mood congruent memory Retrieval failure A UJN I At your high school reunion you cannot remember the last name of your homeroom teacher Your failure to remember is most likely the result of 1 Encoding failure 2 Storage failure 3 Retrieval failure A When Carlos was promoted he moved into a new office with a new phone extension Every time he is asked for his phone number Carlos first thinks of his old extension illustrating the effects of Proactive interference Retroactive interference Encoding failure Storage failure k WN I After finding her old combination lock Janice can t remember the combination because she keeps confusing it with the combination of her new lock She is experiencing Proactive interference Retroactive interference Storage failure I Retrieval failure UJN I 4s HISTORY AND SCIENCE OF C PSYCHOLOGY REVIEW EXPERIMENTS 0 Does drinking alcohol increase aggression in college students 0 Does increasing student workers salaries increase their productivity 0 If you were designing experiments to answer these questions what would be your independent variables what would be your dependent variables 0 How would you operationally define aggressionproductivity CORRELATIONS Which of the following correlation coefficients expresses the strongest degree of relationship between two variables 033 087 082 019 99310 CORRELATIONS As the amount of stress we experience increases our health decreases This is an example of a correlation 1 Positive correlation 2 Negative correlation Higher intelligence scores are associated with higher grade point averages This is an example of a correlation 1 Positive correlation 2 Negative correlation BIOLOGY OF THE MIND C REVIEW JACK ACCIDENTALLY TOUCHES A HOT STOVE SUCH A STRONG STIMULUS increases the intensity of a neuron s action potential affects the speed that a action potential travels down a neuron triggers more neurons to fire does not affect how often a neuron fires AS ALLISON REAOHES FOR A BOX IN HER GARAGE OUT JUMPS A BIG SPIDER HER HEART IMMEDIATELY BEGINS TO RACE AS SHE WITHDRAWS HER HAND WHICH PART OF HER NERVOUS SYSTEM IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS INCREASED STATE OF AROUSAL 1 sympathetic nervous system 2 somatic nervous system 3 parasympathetic nervous system 4 skeletal nervous system IF YOU WANTED TO CAUSE A NORMALLY DOCILE CAT TO TAKE ON AN ATTACK POSTURE AND BECOME MORE AGGRESSIVE WHICH OF THE CAT S BRAIN STRUCTURES SHOULD YOU ELECTRICALLY STIMULATE 1 Hypothalamus 2 Hippocampus 3 Amygdala 4 Cerebellum AFTER SUFFERING A BRAIN INJURY KIM HAS DIFFICULTY WALKING IN A SMOOTH AND COORDINATED MANNER IT IS MOST PROBABLE THAT SHE HAS SUFFERED DAMAGE TO HER 1 Amygdala Hippocampus Cerebellum Corpus callosum JENNY WAS PREVIOUSLY SOFTSPOKEN AND CONSCIENTIOUS BUT AFTER SUSTAINING A BRAIN INJURY SHE IS NOW OUTGOING IRRITABLE AND RECKLESS JENNY MOST LIKELY DAMAGED HER 1 Frontal lobe Parietal lobe Occipital lobe 9910 Temporal lobe


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