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These notes cover both the textbook and lecture material for chapter 15
• Definition of learning
• Pavlov and his dogs
• Classical conditioning:
o Be able to identify and apply:
▪ Neutral Stimulus
▪ Unconditioned Stimulus
▪ Unconditioned Response
▪ Conditioned Stimulus
▪ Conditioned Response
▪ Stimulus generalization
▪ Stimulus discrimination
▪ spontaneous recovery
o Sheldon and Penny example
• Little Albert study
• Operant Conditioning:
o Be able to identify and apply:
▪ positive reinforcement
▪ negative reinforcement
▪ positive punishment
▪ negative punishment
▪ primary reinforcer
▪ secondary reinforcer
• Observational Learning
o Bandura and bobo dolls
o Be able to identify observational learning from an example
Contains a timeline of the complete Bible, the six important facts about CALM (the time between the Old and New Testaments), and tips for reading the gospels.
Includes the Last Supper of Jesus, the upper room discourse, Jesus' prayer at Mount Olives, Judas' betrayal, and the religious trials of Jesus that judged him, and his dying on the cross.
This is my take on the assignment. Feel free to use, but make it your own.
Includes the different portraits each gospel has of Jesus, the Gospel inclusions, Jesus' childhood and public ministry, and Jesus' Sermon on the Mount.
Includes notes over Jesus gathering his disciples, the birth of Jesus, and the Sevenfold Career of Jesus.
Includes the first set of notes to the Parables, Jesus and discipleship, the opposition and rejection of Jesus, and the explanation of the Kingdom of God.
Chapter 7: Memory
• Encoding, storage, and retrieval
• Stage Model of Memory:
o Central Executive
o Working Memory and Long Term Memory
o Visuospatial Sketchpad
o Phonological Loop
• Short term, working, long term and sensory memory and how long information is stored in each
• Sperling’s research on visual sensory memory
• Iconic and echoic memory
• Elaborative rehearsal and maintenance rehearsal
• Implicit and explicit memory, episodic memory, semantic memory, proceduralmemory
• Flashbulb memory
• Serial position effect
• Encoding specificity principle
• Ebbinghaus’ Forgetting Curve
• Massed vs. distributed practice
• Recall vs. recognition tests• Elizabeth Loftus’s research on rich false memory experiments, ( the TED Talk )
• Anterograde and retrograde amnesia
These documents contain both practice questions :) and summary notes for chapters 13-16. The format of the practice questions is similar to the format of the exam questions.
These notes contain an outline for the Field Assignment due this Friday, April 9, 2021. Be sure to use APA formatting, include an abstract, and place references in a Hanging Indentation format.
These notes include an outline to follow when writing your Contextual Analysis. Should be about 10 pages or more. Some helpful feedback:
-Include an abstract
-separate each section with a header
-elaborate on the final portion- this is an opportunity to synthesize everything you’ve researched and heard in your interview
-run paper through grammarly
Includes the second set of notes about the Parables, themes, and issues discussed in the Gospel of John, Jesus outside the New Testament, and Jesus' confession and confirmation.
• What is consciousness
• Inattentional blindness, inattentional deafness, cocktail party effect
• Circadian rhythms
• Suprachiasmatic nucleus
• Stages of sleep, NREM 1-4, REM – characteristics of each, especially brain wave type
• REM sleep and the eyes
• Hypnagogic hallucinations and myoclonic jerks
• Know the presentation on how to get good sleep (this presentation is on Blackboard; in class, we
did the Sleep Myths Kahoot and discussed these ideas, so you should have notes on it)
• Explanations for why we sleep
• Activation Synthesis Model
• Freud’s theory of dreams, manifest content, latent content
• Effects of sleep deprivation
• Effects of meditation
• The three parasomnias we discussed
• Effect of addictive drugs on brain and body, especially marijuana, MDMA, alcohol, cocaine,
• Definition of binge for men and women
• Addiction – understand the Sanjay Gupta video we watched on addition and how addiction
affects the brain. Which neurotr
Includes the beginning of the Passion week, Jesus heading toward Jerusalem, his arrival in Jerusalem, Jesus throwing out the moneychangers from the Temple, and his public controversies and private conversations.
These notes cover the writing workshop study guide. In order to be admitted to the Education program this quiz needs to be taken. A score of 80 or above is the passing score required.
These are few notes which will help you get through your course.
These notes cover the material on chapter 14
Includes the Resurrection of Jesus, the evidence for his assention, and the appearances he made in doing so.