Psychology in Action, ch 16
#1. A cultural rule of behavior that prescribes what is acceptable or acceptable in a given situation is called a _____. A.norm B.motivator C.behavioral determinant D.meta-rule - A.norm #2....
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Psychology in Action, ch 13
#1. The innate tendency toward growth that motivates all human behavior and results in the full realization of a person's highest potential is called _____. A.self-realization B.self-promotion...
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Learning and Memory Final
#1. Instrumental Beahvior - how organism's own behavior is modified by the outcome it produces #2. Thorndike's Habits - learning curves represented escape latency as function of trials Law of Effe...
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Ch. 2: The Methods of Psychology
#1. Area under the normal curve - 34%, 14%, 2%, .13% #2. Descriptive statistics - Mathematical and graphical methods to present data in an easy to understand way. #3. Inferential statistics - Pro...
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psychology year 10 mock
#1. social learning - where you learn through imating, modaling and copying #2. classical conditioning - learning through assocations #3. operant condition - learning through given a reward of some...
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#1. social learning - where you learn through copying #2. classical conditioning - learning through assocations #3. operant conditioning - learning through a reward #4. stereotyping - judging peop...
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#1. Deprivaion- Privation- - -No attachment forms but is then discontinued -No opportunity is given for attachments to form #2. Opernat conditioning - Is based on using negative and posititve reinfo...
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#1. Target Population - The group of people the researcher wants to investigate #2. Procedure - A step by step process of how the study will be carried out #3. Findings - Shows how the researcher i...
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#1. Aim - The purpose of a study. #2. Target Population - The group whose behaviour the researcher wants to investigate. #3. Proceedure - The step-by-step process that the researcher used to carry ...
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Central Nervous System
#1. Brain - The portion of the CNS which lies within the skull #2. Cortex - Pink, outer layer of the brain which controls many of our higher functions, like speech and perception #3. Localisation -...
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key terms relating to psychology research methodology.
#1. Target Population - A particular group of people that is identified as the intended subjects for an experiment, a study etc. (Also: Target Audience) #2. Procedure - An established or official wa...
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Social Psych Chapter 13
#1. friendship #2. equal-status contact #3. common external threats build cohesiveness #4. superordinate goals foster cooperation #5. cooperation learning improves racial attitudes #6. group and super...
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