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AP Psychology. 10/4/13. Test review. Go over common mistakes from the test . 8 question curve. Papers!. Turn in papers!. Genome, Chromosomes, DNA, genes. Draw a diagram to help you remember the breakdown of these levels. Gender norms.

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test review
Test review
  • Go over common mistakes from the test.
  • 8 question curve
  • Turn in papers!
genome chromosomes dna genes
Genome, Chromosomes, DNA, genes
  • Draw a diagram to help you remember the breakdown of these levels.
gender norms
Gender norms
  • What is a possible explanation for the differences in behaviors aligned with gender? What psychological lens does your explanation fit under?
  • What is a schema? What does this have to do with gender norms?
  • Read “Male Answer Syndrome” article.
  • Explain the difference between the social learning theory & the gender schema theory.
prenatal development
Prenatal Development
  • Draw a flow chart for the following stages: zygote, embryo, & fetus
  • Explain what occurs at each stage of development
  • Write a few sentences explaining how teratogens can influence a human’s development.
  • Rooting reflex: Touch the cheek of a newborn, and it will turn that way, open its mouth, and look for a nipple to suck on.
  • What body part do newborns focus on? What evidence do we have for this?
  • Neural networks are primarily attuned to what?
infancy childhood
  • Maturation dictates what principle?
  • What is an example of nurture influencing maturation? (hint: supine position)
  • When do babies first begin to develop long-term memory?
essential question
Essential Question
  • How does physical development pave the way for psychological development?

(maturation, neural networks, brain, etc.)

  • Pages 139-154