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Jeopardy Development Sensation Perception Consciousness Learning Social Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Touching a newborns cheek can trigger the ___ reflex, turning its head toward the source of touch and opening its mouth.
$200 An adolescents occasional impulsive and immature behavior is at least partly a reflection of this last brain area to mature.
$200 Frontal Cortex
$300 According to Erik Eriksons Psychosocial Stages of Development, adolescence must deal with the psychosocial conflict of:
$300 Identity vs. Role Confusion
$400 Incorporating new information into existing theories is to ________ as modifying existing theories in light of new information is to ___.
$400 Assimilation; Accommodation
$500 Piagets Stages of Cognitive Development (in order)
$500 Sensorimotor Preoperational Concrete Formal
$100 The light sensitive inner surface of the eye, containing the rods and cones:
$200 The minimum stimulus necessary to detect it 50% of the time is called the:
$200 Absolute threshold
$300 In the video with the basketball passes, many of you failed to see the moon walking bear because of____________.
$300 inattentional blindness
$400 The visual cliff is a laboratory device for testing ___________ in infants.
$400 depth perception
$500 Evidence that some cones are especially sensitive to red, green and blue light is mostly directly with __________ theory.
100 Shane, a straight-A student, remembers dreaming that he failed an important chemistry test. According to Freud, Shanes account represents the ________ content of his dream.
200 Jim usually sleeps eight hours a night. About how many dreams is he likely to have during the night?
300 Cocaine is _________ drug.
$400 Nightmares occur in stage _________ of sleep while night terrors occur in ________ stage.
400 REM sleep; stage 4
500 Mr. Dayton snores loudly and stops breathing while sleeping. He wakes up to snort air for a few seconds before falling back asleep. He suffers from _________.
$500 Sleep Apnea
$100 He is known for his contribution to classical conditioning.
$100 Ivan Pavlov
$200 He conditioned poor Little Albert to fear a white rat.
$200 John Watson
$300 Created the theory Law of effect
300 Edward Thorndike
400 He believed that learning could occur through the observations of others and modeling.
$400 Albert Bandura
$500 Babies who stop crying when they hear their mothers voices demonstrate
$500 Stimulus Discrimination
$100 The tragedy of Kitty Genovese demonstrated the ____________ effect.
$200 The tendency to slack off when working on a group project best illustrates__________
$200 Social Loafing
$300 Performing better on well- learned tasks when an audience is watching is called _____________
$300 Social Facilitation
$400 He asked people to identify which three comparison lines matched the standard line to study the effects of conformity.
$400 Solomon Asch
$500 The tendency for observers, when analyzing anothers behavior, to underestimate the impact of the situation and to overestimate the impact of personal disposition.
$500 Fundamental attribution error
Final Jeopardy A statement of the procedures used to define research variables. Allows for replication.
Final Jeopardy Answer Operational Definition
Jeopardy Prologue Brain and Biology Development Sensation Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Double Jeopardy Research.
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