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Date Created: 10/20/15
Final Exam Study Guide Test 1 Chapters 1 5 8 Introduction Learning and Development 1 gt195 9 E 8 9 ch 5 What is the difference between classical and operant conditioning What is involved with each concept and what do they seek to teach voluntary vs involuntary ch 1 What are the basic ethical guidelines set forth by the APA ch 8 Know the difference between nature and nurture ch 5 Who was Pavlov ch 5 What is Thorndike s Law of Effect ch 1 Who developed the first psychological laboratory ch 1 What is behavioral psychology cognitive psychology humanistic psychology evolutionary psychology ch 8 What are the attachment styles associated with infants ch 8 What are chromosomes 10 ch 8 Which ofthe motor skills develops last 11 ch 8 What are Erikson s 8 stages ofpsychosocial development 12 ch 5 What is involved in the idea oflearned helplessness 13 ch 1 What are the steps involved in psychological investigation Test 2 Chapters 12 13 Social and Personality Psychology 9 N9 P H WNquot 9 ch 12 What is the id the ego the superego ch 13 What are attitudes ch 12 What is altruism ch 12 What is Social Psychology ch 13 Freud noted 5 stages ofpsychosexual development What are they ch 12 What happened to the guards in Zimbardo s experiment at Stanford ch12 How can we reduce prejudice ch 13 Freud believed all psychological disorder were related to what Hint It s a 3 letter word not mentioned a lot in the Victorian Era ch 12 What is a stereotype 10 ch 13 Know the basics behind the MMPI Is it the most widely used test 11 ch 13 What is mean by personality 12 ch 13 Which personality test uses inkblots to measure personality traits 13 ch 12 What is discrimination How does it differ from prejudice 14 ch 13 What are the Big 5 personality traits OCEAN 15 ch 12 Know about Leon Festinger and cognitive dissonance Test 3 Chapters 14 15 Psychological Disorder and Therapies NEquot ch 15 What is involved in Cognitive Therapy ch 14 What do behaviorist believe is the cause of all psychological disorders ch 14 Know the difference between Specific Social and Agoraphobia 4 ch 15 What are two main psychoanalytic therapy techniques 5 ch 15 What is cognitivebehavioral therapy What are its goals 6 ch 14 In describing the symptoms ofschizophrenia the psychologist mentions hallucinations What are hallucinations 7 ch 14 What is dissociative identity disorder 8 ch 14 What is schizophrenia 9 ch 15 What did the studies on psychological therapy effectiveness find 10 ch 14 What are mood disorders 11 ch 14 A psychoanalyst believes that all mental disorders are caused by what 12 ch 14 What are psychological disorders 13 ch 15 What is meant by a token economy 14 ch 14 What are somatoform disorders 15 ch 15 Humanistic therapy is used for what


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