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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
Perspectives and Methods Biological Basis of Human Behavior.
Wilhelm Wundt Structuralism Considered “father” of psychology Founder of modern psychology Opened a laboratory (Leipzig, Germany ) devoted exclusively.
Experiments Neurotransmitters Developmental Stages.
Perception Cognition Names Sensation Motivation and Emotion.
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Human Development Dancing Baby Dancing Baby. Questions to Consider: How to cover child development in 1 day?!!! Top things to know: What Shapes a Child?
Sensation and Perception. Transformation of stimulus energy into a meaningful understanding –Each sense converts energy into awareness.
Consciousness: a state of awareness, including a person’s feelings, sensations, ideas, and perceptions.
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Theories of Development What ideas do we have about how you developed?
The Name Game. Mary Ainsworth Developmental psychology; Placed human infants into a "strange situation" in order to examine attachment to parents.
Psychology 5 th Six Weeks Exam Review. Sleep and Dreams Ch. 7 Sec. 1 (p. 182) EEG Stages of Sleep (4) REM Sleep Purpose of Sleep Circadian Rhythm Insomnia.
States of Consciousness need to knows! By: Dani Lenzo & Amanda Spencer.
Consciousness. Sleep and Dreams People on average go through the 4 stages of sleep five times a night. People on average go through the 4 stages of.
Jean Piaget Cognitive psychologist who believed that learning occurred as a function of biological maturity meaning that cognitive development occurs.
IClicker Questions for Unit 5: States of Consciousness Psychology for AP by David G. Myers Karla Gingerich, Colorado State University.
Social Psychology Jeopardy. GroupsAttributionAttractionPowerReview Final Jeopardy.
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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Sleep & Dreams. SLEEP & DREAMS: MY Q’S What happens during an altered state of consciousness? What is the difference between explicit and implicit reasoning?
Learning Outcome: Evaluate theories of cognitive development (for example, Piaget and Vygotsky).
STATES OF CONSCIOUSNESS. A Few Quotes… To live only for some future goal is shallow. It’s the sides of the mountain that sustain life, not the top. –
Infancy and Childhood Chapter 3. Developmental Psychology Developmental psychology is the study of how physical, social, emotional, moral, and intellectual.
Sleep Stages There are 5 identified stages of sleep. It takes about 90 minutes to pass through the stages. The brain’s waves will change according to.
Sleep Disorders Mr. Koch AP Psychology Forest Lake High School.
Sensation and Perception: Vision Mr. Callens Psychology.
Sleep Problems Mrs. Kelly Psychology. Nightmares A distressing dream that usually forces at least partial awakening. Recall.
Sleep Stages, REM, and Dreaming. REM and Non-REM Sleep Non- REM Sleep – Stages considered N-REM (non-REM sleep) REM Sleep – Recurring sleep stage.
States of Consciousness Conscious Controlled Process Automatic Process Daydreaming Unconscious Sleep Altered States.
Sensory and Perceptual Development. Sensation: Detection of stimuli by sensory means and transmission of this information to the brain. Perception: Interpretation.
Jeopardy people kids Piaget parentingyomamma Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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States of Consciousness Waking and Sleeping Rhythms.
Sleep Dreams Hypnosis. SLEEP DISORDERS INSOMNIA 1 IN 10 ADULTS RECURRING PROBLEMS IN FALLING OR STAYING ASLEEP EXERCISE, AVOID CAFFEINE, AND HAVE REGULATED.
Theory. What is a Theory? Theories lead to predictions that we can test in research; in the process, the theory is supported or not. When results of.
02-Theories of Development. Grand theories Comprehensive Enduring Widely applied.
The Cliff Notes Visual Review of AP Psychology.
AP PSYCH TEST REVIEW TEST REVIEW. I believe in radical behaviorism.
Step Up To: Psychology by John J. Schulte, Psy.D. From Myers, Psychology 8e Worth Publishers.
DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. PRENATAL DEVELOPMENT “Before birth”
Blank Jeopardy. Category #1 Category #2 Category #3 Category #4 Category #
AP Psychology Jeopardy Round 1 Schools & Methodology of Psychology Biological Influences Sensation & Perception Learning & Memory Consciousness, Cognition,
Jean Piaget & Cognitive Psychology By, Janelly Perez.
Chapter 5 Jeopardy Visual Perception Motor Development.
VI. SENSATION. Two pieces of the puzzle.... The nervous system’s job is to coordinate us with our environment. –Electric-chemical process We are exposed.
Infant Development. Development In Infancy Newborn infants recognize voices, (audition) faces (vision), taste and smell, and learn (imitation).
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