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CHAPTER NINE: Learning 1. Describe the case of Jennifer Thompson, and why she wa
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CHAPTER NINE: Learning
1. Describe the case of Jennifer Thompson, and why she was wrong.
2. Explain explicit memory; include episodic and semantic memory. List the three types of explicit memory testing.
3. Explain the three types of implicit memory.
4. Describe the three stages of memory: include sensory (echoic, iconic, and eidetic), short-term (maintenance rehearsal and chunking); and long-term memory.
5. Describe the principles of encoding, storage, and retrieval (state dependent learning, serial position curve, and primary effect, retroactive and proactive interference).
6. Describe long-term potentiation (LTP); consolidation.
7. Refer to Figure 9.17 Schematic Image of the Brain and describe the relationship between the old brain and new brain (include the amygdala, hippocampus, cerebellum and cortex).
Please do the next two questions on the back of the sheet:
8. Describe amnesia, explaining and anterograde and retrograde amnesia.
9. Review Table 9.3 Cognitive processes that cause threats to accuracy; list four cognitive processes that could make you not have an open mind to new experiences or ideas (complete on the back of the sheet).
CHAPTER TWELVE: Personality
1. Define personality trait.
2. Explain Table 12.1 Some Personality traits that Predict Behavior
3. Explain Jung’s Myer Briggs Test.
4. Explain Allport’s’ primary, secondary and cardinal traits.
5. Describe the psychodynamic approach. How it began with Charcot and Freud and define catharsis.
6.Define Freud’s Psychodynamic Theory with id (and pleasure principle), ego (and the reality principle) and the superego.
7. Define a defense mechanism and describe three of them (see table 12.4 Freud’s major Defense mechanisms).
8.Decribe the five stages of Freud’s Psychosexual Development. List two strengths and weakness of Freud’s theory.
9. What is a Neo-Freudian Theory? Describe Alfred Adler’s Inferiority Complex. Describe Carl Jung’s collective unconscious, archetypes, and self-realization.
7. Define the Humanistic approach. Describe Abraham Maslow’s theory include Hierarchy of Motives/Needs labeling the pyramid with the 5 levels of development. Describe self-actualization and peak experiences.
Please two these two questions on the back of the sheet:
10.Describe Carl Rogers Theory and unconditional positive regard.
11. Define genes, chromosomes, instincts and behavioral genetics. Describe twin studies, heritability, shared and non-shared environments. Look at Table 12.6 Data from Twin and Adoption Studies on the Heritability of Various Characteristics. Make an argument why the environment has as much or greater impact than genetics
CHAPTER THIRTEEN: Defining Psychological Disorders
1, Describe what is a psychological disorder. Describe the bio-social-psycho model of illness; refer to Figure 13.1.
2. Define maladaptive behavior, and comorbidity.
2. Define stigma, and the effects of those that suffer from it. Define what is the DSM.
3.Describe ADHD, and Autism (include what was classified as Asperger’s Disorder).
4. Define anxiety; anxiety disorders. Describe GAD, panic disorder and phobias. Refer to Table 13.3 the Most Common Phobias; list and describe four phobias.
5. Define Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder, describing what are obsessions and compulsions.
6. Define and describe PTSD.
7. Describe Dissociative Disorder. Define dissociative amnesia and dissociative fugue.
8.Describe Dissociative Identity Disorder, include host and alternative personalities.
9.Define Mood Disorders; define Major Depressive Disorder and list 7 characteristics. Define Bipolar Disorder
10.Categorize and describe the three major symptoms of schizophrenia.
11.Identify the biological and social factors that increase the likelihood that a person will develop schizophrenia.
12.Define Personality Disorder. List the personality disorders summarized in Table 13.5, “Descriptions of the Personality Disorders.”
13. Differentiate Antisocial Personality disorder from Borderline Personality Disorder.
14. Outline the biological and environmental factors that may contribute to a person developing a personality disorder.
15. Define Somatization Disorder and Conversion Disorder.
16. Define factitious disorder such as Münchausen syndrome (and look up Munchausen syndrome by proxy); describe how it differs from malingering (Use the back of this sheet).
CHAPTER FOURTEEN: Treating Psychological Disorders
1. Review the Bio-psycho-social model and explain each part.
2. Define psychotherapy.
3: Define psychodynamic therapy; free association, dream analysis, resistance and transference.
4. Define Humanistic Therapy, Person-Centered Therapy, and Therapeutic Alliance.
5. Define Cognitive Behavioral therapy (CBT)
6.Explain Behavioral therapy, flooding and systematic -desensitization, counterconditioning, and aversion therapy.
7. Explain Biomedical therapies.
8. Refer to Table 14.2 Common medications to treat psychological disorders, list three and explain the pros and cons of medication.
9. Define Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT); transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS); and Psychosurgery.
10. Explain the advantages of group therapy and self-help groups for treating disorder.
8. . Distinguish between primary, secondary (with risk factors) and tertiary prevention.
9. Explain outcome research, natural improvement and placebo effects.
14. Define Meta-analysis.