Ch 15 Vocabulary
...unconscious defensive maneuvers a client uses to hinder the progress of therapy. #28. Social skills training - A behavior therapy designed to improve interpersonal skills that emphasizes shaping, modeling...
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AP Psychology Unit 3A&B
#1. biological psychology - study of links between biological activity and psychological events #2. neuron - nerve cell; basic building block of the nervous system #3. sensory neurons - carry messa...
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AP Psychology Unit 2
#1. hindsight bias - the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have foreseen it "I-knew-it-all-along" #2. curiosity - a passion to explore and understand without misleadin...
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AP Psychology Unit 6
#1. habituation - an organism's decreasing response to a stimulus with repeated exposure to it #2. associative learning - learning that certain events occur together #3. classical conditioning - ...
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#1. cognition - refers to all the mental activities associated with thinking #2. concepts - mental groupings of similar objects, events, ideas, and people #3. prototypes - a mental image or best ex...
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Ch 12 Vocabulary
#1. Archetypes - According to Jung, emotionally charged images and thought forms that have universal meaning. #2. Behaviorism - A theoretical orientation based on the premise that scientific psy...
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AP Psychology Unit 5
#1. consciousness - our awareness of ourselves and our environment #2. circadian rhythm - the biological clock; regular bodily rhythms that occur on a 24 hour cycle #3. REM sleep - rapid eye moveme...
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AP Psychology Unit 4
#1. sensation - process which our sensory receptors and nervous system receive and represent stimulus energies from our environment #2. perception - process of organizing and interpreting sensory ...
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Body Landmarks- Surface Anatomy
Anterior and posterior body landmarks.
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#1. An inflammatory condition involving the anterior, proximal tibia - Osgood-Schlatter disease #2. Sprains and/or fractures involving the bases of the first and second metatarsals - Lisfranc joint ...
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NSG 211 Quiz 1
...thinking seems slow or fuzzy. Inattentive Loses train of thought. Spontaneous movements decrease....less than 50 bpm. It's normal within the well-trained athlete whose heart muscle develops along with...
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NSG 211 Quiz 3 - Heart and Neck Vessels
Ch. 19 - Heart and Neck Vessels
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#1. How many tarsal bones are found in the foot? - 7 #2. Which metatarsal bone of the foot has a prominent tuberosity frequently fractured? - 5th #3. What term describes the top or anterior surfac...
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