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Psychology Exam Two


Joey from Friends on Pyramid

  • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vxCpg4tkz_8&feature=youtu.be


Instructions:

  • You will have one minute to guess five terms. You may “pass” a difficult concept. You will get a chance at the same concept if you make it through all of your other terms. You must use psychology clues. If you give clues that are not related to the concept in its psychology context, you will not receive the point.

  • Each group will decide how many people they want to serve as guessers and how many people they want to have as clue givers.

  • Good Luck!


Group One

Round One


Definition of Psychology


Objective Introspection


Structuralism


Functionalism


Psychoanalysis


Group Two

Round One


Behaviorism


Psychiatrist


Psychologist


Observer Effect


Observer Bias


Group Three

Round One


Case Study


Representative Sample


Independent Variable


Dependent Variable


Random Assignment


Group Four

Round One


Dendrites


Axon


Synapse


Neurotransmitters


Central Nervous System


Group Five

Round One


Peripheral Nervous System


Somatic


pons


Cerebellum


Medulla


Group One

Round Two


Hypothalamus


Corpus Collosum


Brocas Area


Wernickes Area


Prefrontal Cortex


Group Two

Round Two


Sensation


Absolute Threshold


Subliminal Stimuli


Subliminal Perception


Sensory adaptation


Group Three

Round Two


habituation


pupil


iris


cornea


lens


Group Four

Round Two


retina


fovea


Optic nerve


Blind spot


Aqueous humour


Group Five

Round Two


Phineas gage


Sensory Transduction


Perception


cones


rods


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