KN 335: Exercise Psychology - Exam 2 Review Sheet
Chapters 6, 7, 12, 10 & 11
The test will be composed of a mixture of multiple choice and True/False. You are responsible for the material that we have covered in class since Exam 1 (that is, only material covered after Exam 1 will be on the exam)...
Psychology Final ReviewBehavioral Modification- a formal technique for promoting the frequency of desirable behaviors and decreasing the incidence of unwanted ones (good behavior is reinforced) Classical Conditioning- a type of learning in which an organism responds in a particular way to a neut...
·Defining Psychology: scientific study of behavior and mental ·processes (key terms, science behavior, mental processes)
·Behavior: things that people do that can be observed.
·Mental Process: internal thoughts, feelings, and motives that can't be directly obse...
EXPLAIN THE FORMATION OF STEREOTYPES AND THEIR EFFECT ON BEHAVIOR
Stereotype: a social perception of an individual in terms of the group membership or physical attributes
generalization that is made about a group and then attributed to members within the group
can be either positive or negative...
Personality: Modules 45, 46, & 47 (4/16)
A person’s unique and relatively stable behavior patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting.
Psychodynamic theory – personality/behavior is determined by unconscious psychological conflicts
Governed by things in your unconsciousness...
1. Distinguish between continuous and discontinuous patterns of behavior development.
Continuity implies that developmental changes are gradual and quantitative, future behavior pattern can be predicted from earlier pattern
Discontinuity implies that developmental changes are abrupt and qualitat...
What are the four physiological factors that cause a person to feel hungry?
Answer: Empty stomach pangs and low levels of blood glucose. The brains hypothalamus is involved in hunger control. Appetite hormones heighten or reduce hunger. Body adjusts it basal metabolic rate of energy use.
Sikolohiyang Pilipino – The History of Philippine Psychology
The psychology of, about, and for the Filipinos was born out of the need to establish a discipline which is responsive to the needs of the Filipino people.
Generally, to some extent, it had been considered a given until a few ye...
THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY
Psychology – scientific study of behavior and mental processes
Behavior – outward or overt actions and reactions
Mental processes – internal, covert activity of our minds
Psychology is a science
→ Prevent possible biases form leading to faulty observation...
Module 2 Assignment Questions Chapters 5-7
1. Most current studies aimed at understanding human memory are conducted within a framework known as information-processing theory. This approach makes use of modern computer science and related fields to provide models that help psychologists understand t...
Social perception – lecture 2
The word perception is used when a person makes a judgement about something or someone. The use of social perception has consequences of how we view our own and others behaviour.
It is the process through which we seek to know and understand others in society. Ther...
August 26, 2012
Blink Vocabulary Words
1. Spontaneous- something done without preemptive thought, but that isn’t random
2. Diagnose- to determine the cause of something in a medical way. Generally for a disease or disorder.
3. Aesthetic- the qualities that make som...
Happiness contributes to one’s subjective well-being. One vital contributor of this happiness without doubt would be strong relationships. Researches use the term “intimacy” to define close relationships where mutual understanding, depth of connection, and degree of involvement is captured...
IB Psych Study Guide
To what extent do biological, cognitive, and sociocultural factors influence abnormal behavior?
* Biological, cognitive, and sociocultural factors influence abnormal behavior to a great extent.
* All influence abnormal behavior such as...
Corporate code of ethics
Business ethics (also corporate ethics) is a form of applied ethics or professional ethics that examines ethical principles and moral or ethical problems that arise in a business environment. It applies to all aspects of business conduct and is relevant to the conduct...
PSYC 211 – Intro to Behavioural Neuroscience
Chapter 3 – Structure of the Nervous System
- Suffered from occasional epileptic seizures since childhood
- Had focal-seizure disorder
- Caused by localized region of the brain that contained some scar tissue
- This region periodically ir...
Anal stage: the stage at which children advocate erotic pleasure with the elimination process
Archetype: an inherited idea, based on the experiences of one’s ancestors, which shapes one’s perception of the world
Altered states of consciousness: conscious level, precon...
BECVAR & BECVAR
CHAPTER 1 SUMMARIES
· TWO DIFFERENT WORLDVIEWS - INDIVIDUAL vs SYSTEMIC THERAPY
Most people have been socialized into a world whose basic epistemologies (the branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and scope of knowledge a...
1. Clinical psychology - integrates science, theory, and practice in order to understand, predict and relieve maladjustment, disability, and discomfort. Clinical psychology also promotes adaption, adjustment and personal development.
2. Evolutionary psychology - this looks at how human behavior...
2. Give an example of social construction. Why is it a construction not a fact?
- Issues regarding racial differences and this is a construction because it is socially constructed not biological.
4. What are some cohort differences between you and you parents?
- Some cohort differences be...