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Sap Psychology Study Guide

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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
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
Psychology

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
Psychology Exam 3 Study Guide

1) Theories of Color Vision : Trichomatic Theory- 3 types of cones in retina, each sensitive to red, blue, or green

Created on November 13, 2016
Psyc 102.002 Exam 3
How do I use this study guide? 1. Provide a definition 2. Get examples 3. Apply it to a situation
1) Self- Esteem : is the understanding a person creates of his or her worth, based on emotions and beliefs about how he or she fits into or performs in any given situation in life.

Created on November 01, 2016
Ch.7 Learning


Created on October 26, 2016
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