Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders
#1. Symptoms - Positive - Added to "normal" experience Negative - Taken away from "normal experience #2. Positive symptoms - Delusions, hallucinations #3. Negative symptoms - Anhedonia, flat affe...
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#1. Big five factors - OCEAN Openness, Conscientiousness, Extroversion, Agreeableness, Neuroticism CDIAE Closedness, Disinhibition, Introversion, Antagonism, Emotional stability #2. DSM-V perso...
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Conformity and Obedience
#1. Conformity - The tendency to act and think like the people around us #2. Why conform? - Normative influence (people go along with crowd because they're concerned with what people think of them...
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Exam three study guide
#1. Distinguish between classical (Pavlovian) conditioning and instrumental (operant) conditioning. - Classical conditioning is learning that two things are connected, operant conditioning i...
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#1. _________ is a process that occurs after encoding that is believed to stabilize memory traces. - Consolidation #2. At which stage does memory failure typically occur? - Any stage #3. Every tim...
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#1. Alfred takes an IQ test at ages 25 and 55, measuring his fluid and crystallized intelligence. Based on research of their respective developmental trajectories, what are most likely changes in ...
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#1. When it comes to making rational decisions humans tend to rely heavily on _____. - Intuition #2. The Nobel Prize winning research of Tversky and Kahneman provided new insights about systemati...
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#1. When Carla was a child, she ate too much cotton candy at the fair and got very sick. For many years she avoided cotton candy and even the smell of it made her feel sick. This example demonstra...
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Chapter 1 Solution Focused Therapy
#1. Solution Focused Therapy - Language is used to influence the way clients view their problems (as in the past and as surmountable) to help them see the potential for solutions (through pa...
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Psychology of Gender Exam 1
#1. Behaviorism - The school of psychology that emphasizes the importance of observable behavior as...as the subject matter of psychology and discounts the utility of un-observable mental events. #2. Essentialist...
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#1. Stages of change model - The model offers a novel conceptualization that allows for many different theoretical approaches that are employed at the point where they will be most effective...
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Behavior Analysis Chapter 9,10,11,16
#1. Stimulus Control - The degree of correlation between the occurrence of a particular antecedent stimulus and the occurrence of a subsequent response. #2. SD (ess dee) - is a stimulus response i...
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