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Human Growth and Development Midterm Quiz
Infancy to late childhood
1) Jasmine and her fetus are Rh incompatible. This means that: : d. Jasmine may produce antibodies that will attack the fetus.
2) ________ occurs when a single sperm cell from the male unites with an ovum (egg) in the female's fallopian tube in a process called fertilization. : Conception
3) Lynne, 5, loves to draw and color. She represents the world with words and her drawings. According to Piaget's cognitive development theory, Lynne is in the ________ stage of cognitive development. : C. formal operational
4) Psychology's newest approach, ________, emphasizes the importance of adaptation, reproduction, and "survival of the fittest" in shaping behavior. : D. cognitive psychology
5) Albert Bandura states that _____ is a critical factor in whether or not students achieve. : d. self-awareness

Created on February 03, 2019
Advertising vocabulary
Words and expressions relatod to advertising and their meaning
1) Blogger : Someone who writes a blog
2) Vlogger : Someone who makes vlogs, and posts them on the internet
3) Influencer : Someone who affects or changes the way that other people behave, for example through their use of social media
4) Celebrity endorsement : The fact of a famous person appearing in an advertisement saying that they use and like a product
5) Banner ad : An advertisement that appears across the top of a page on the internet or in a newspaper

Created on January 14, 2019
Consumerism vocabulary
Words and expresions related to consumerism
1) Consumer society : Society in which people often buy new goods, especially goods that they do not need, and in which a high value is placed on owning many things
2) Factory farm : A system in which animals or birds are kept inside in small spaces and made to grow or produce eggs very quickly.
3) Loyalty card : A card given to customers of a supermarket or other business that gives them benefits such as price reductions
4) Thrift shop or thrift store : A shop that sells used goods cheaply and gives its profits to a charity
5) Buying power : The ability of people to buy goods and services, usually based on how much they earn and save

Created on January 14, 2019
Sap Psychology Study Guide

1) hi : idk what to write

Created on December 07, 2018
Êtes-vous plutôt du genre responsable ou coupable? Quiz

1) Votre conjoint vous reproche d’être en retard : : Vous auriez dû l’appeler et vous ne l’avez pas fait.  Du coup, vous vous excusez.
2) Vous vous rendez compte que vous avez pris du poids… : C’est à cause de toutes ces sucreries dans vos placards!
3) Vous êtes toujours fatiguée : : Le problème, c’est que les bonnes émissions à la télé sont toujours programmées tard le soir…
4) Vous n’arrivez plus à suivre le rythme au travail… :

Created on September 17, 2018
les tests aptitudes verbales Quiz
Voici quelque 5 séries de tests en aptitudes verbales :séries orthographiques , anagrammes ,synonymes et antonymes et raisonnement verbales. A vous de trouvez les bonnes réponses .
1) Trouvez le seul mot mal orthographié dans la série orthographique suivante : : succint
2) Trouvez le seul mot mal orthographié dans la série orthographique suivante : : Psychiâtre
3) Trouver les bons couples d'anagrammes parmi cette listes. : Zona /Onze
4) Trouver les bons couples d'anagrammes parmi cette listes. : Salive/Valise
5) Trouver le synonyme ou le mot qui à le même sens que Belligérance dans la liste suivante. : Guerre

Created on April 30, 2018
PSB4004C - Exam 3 Extra Credit - Corrina Wright

1) Operant Conditioning : -Reinforcement *Consequences make it more likely to occur -increase behavior -added or taken away from -Punishment *Consequences make it less likely to occur -decrease behavior -added or taken away from -Scenario- a child is doing poorly in school, you want him/her to study and do better *aim: to increase study behavior *aim: to decrease procreastination -The value of the rewarding/adversive stimulus facilitates learning *So does motivation -Miller and Hart (1948) -The outcome of the S-R predicts future R in the presence of the S (and like stimuli = generalization) *reinforce/punish behavior by either presenting a rewarding or aversive stimulus, respectively -Presentation of the CS predicts behavior Extinction-CR decreases to preconditioning levels when the CS is presented alone (without the UCS) *another form of learning, it is not forgettting
2) Memory : The encoding, storing, and recalling of learned information Learning and memory starts with sensation and perception and is retained with experience-dependent plasticity (neuroplasticity) -Cognitive Psych *brain is an information processor -Behaviorism *persistent change in behavior -Neuroscience *Neural events permitting neuroplasticity -Behavioral Neuroscience *Neural events permitting neuroplasticity within critical neuroanatomical structures necessary for the consolidation of learned information expressed through persistent changes in behavior
3) Neurochemistry : NMDA receptor activation (EPSP) is critical for learning and memory *dense *ionotropic -Mg+ block prevents Ca2+ entry and glutamate release -Increase voltage- Mg+ removal and neurotransmission
4) Synaptic Plasticity : -Long-term potentiation mediates the neuronal changes necessary for learning and memory *repeated tetanic stimulation and record -LTP is an experimental model of learning -LTP increases membrane excitability -LTP increases EPSP amplitude -LTP stimulated neuroplasticity *Hebb's Rule- learning is at the level of a synapse following repeated activation -Glutamate/NMDAr dependent -Receptor trafficking *NMDA *LTP increases intracellular Ca2+- NMDA modified and AMPA receptor expression -morphological changes within CA1 is associated with neuroplasticity and memory consolidation -Conditioned repsonses *Perforant Pathway *Schaffer Pathway (to CA1) *Morphological changes- increase glutamate release (via nitric oxide) and binding to further enhance synaptogenesis -Typical theory of memory formation *Long-term memory is the result of protein synthesis/new and strong synapses -Alternative theory to memory formation *Long-term memory is the result of new and distinguished patterned connection -Engram cell – neurons within hippocampus that are linked and remained silent prior to glial activation
5) Pathophysiology : -Retrograde/Anterograde amnesia *Inability to recall previous memories but can make new ones *Can recall previous memories but cannot make new ones -Neurocognitive Disorders – Dementia -Substance Use Disorders -Cognitive enhancing effects in general

Created on March 26, 2018
Jeopardy Guide

Created on March 06, 2018
Psychology Ch.9

Created on November 28, 2017
Personality Theory - Exam 2

1) Personality as defined by Cattell : permits a prediction of what a person will do in a given situation → very targeted, nature v. nurture
2) Measures of intelligence : Fluid Intelligence: ability to learn/solve new problems; use logic in new situations; identify patterns Crystallized Intelligence: what you learn or gather; ability to use learned knowledge and experience
3) Inheritance of Intelligence: : Nature > Nurture for IQ -Believed in more of a biological model - development is predisposed in his DNA, rather than the majority of it being influenced by life experiences and environment.
4) The Big 5 factors → O.C.E.A.N. (Crystalized- What you learn) : 1. Openness (to experience): Artistic, imaginative, and intellectual interests 2. Conscientiousness: Hard work, orderliness, and self-discipline 3. Extraversion: Sociability, cheerfulness, and activity 4. Agreeableness: Friendly, compliant personality 5. Neuroticism: Negative emotionality; perfection seeking; high anxiety
5) Define Facet : A more precisely focused aspect of any of the Big Five factors

Created on November 17, 2017
soal pramuka
ini soal pramuka penegak
1) Saka yang bergerak dalam bidang kelautan ? : taruna bumi
2) berapa jumlah dasa darma? : 10
3) Dhasa dharma ke-8 berbunyi ? : Disiplin berani dan setia.

Created on November 09, 2017

1) Chapter 3,4,5 : ksdhfp;

Created on September 27, 2017
Ethic and Legal Issues Study Guide
Chapter 15 Supervision and Consultation
1) Supervision and Consultation : 2 types of supervision Administrative Clinical

Created on March 02, 2017
Psychology Final Exam Study Guide

1) The 5 main goals of psychology are to: : Observe Behavior

Created on December 14, 2016
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