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Psychology Review . The UNFAIR Game. Rules. A prize will be rewarded to students for correctly answering a question they are assigned.  Students are not permitted to talk or share answers during the game.  Students that do so will forfeit their right to earn a prize for that round .

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    1. Psychology Review The UNFAIR Game

    2. Rules • A prize will be rewarded to students for correctly answering a question they are assigned.  Students are not permitted to talk or share answers during the game.  Students that do so will forfeit their right to earn a prize for that round. • After I reveal the question, write your answer in your notebook. When time is called, I will select a student at random to answer. If that student answers correctly, he or she wins the prize. If not, I will move on to a new student. • At the end of the game, the person with the winning answer gets the prize! How unfair!

    3. Fill in the blank • The __________ is the minimum stimulation needed to detect a particular stimulus 50% of the time

    4. Fill in the blank • The ABSOLUTE THRESHOLD is the minimum stimulation needed to detect a particular stimulus 50% of the time

    5. Fill in the blank • The __________ is a neural impulse; it is a brief electrical charge that travels down the axon

    6. Fill in the blank • The ACTION POTENTIAL is a neural impulse; it is a brief electrical charge that travels down the axon

    7. Fill in the blank • __________ can be defined as any physical/verbal act intended to hurt or destroy

    8. Fill in the blank • AGGRESSION can be defined as any physical/verbal act intended to hurt or destroy

    9. Fill in the blank • __________ is defined as a state of uneasiness and apprehension

    10. Fill in the blank • ANXIETY is defined as a state of uneasiness and apprehension

    11. Fill in the blank • A(n) __________ is a psychological disorder in which a person is constantly nervous, anxious, and in a state of autonomic nervous system arousal for no apparent reason.

    12. Fill in the blank • A(n) ANXIETY DISORDER is a psychological disorder in which a person is constantly nervous, anxious, and in a state of autonomic nervous system arousal for no apparent reason.

    13. Fill in the blank • __________ is loss of speech due to injury in the brain.

    14. Fill in the blank • APHASIA is loss of speech due to injury in the brain.

    15. Fill in the blank • __________ : Speech disorder characterized by slow and broken speech: : __________ : Speech disorder characterized by lack of language comprehension and lack of meaningful language production

    16. Fill in the blank • BROCA’S APHASIA : Speech disorder characterized by slow and broken speech: : WERNICKE’S APHASIA : Speech disorder characterized by lack of language comprehension and lack of meaningful language production

    17. Fill in the blank • The ability for a computer to imitate intelligent human behavior is called __________ .

    18. Fill in the blank • The ability for a computer to imitate intelligent human behavior is called ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

    19. Fill in the blank • A __________ is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organize and interpret information.

    20. Fill in the blank • A SCHEMA is a cognitive framework or concept that helps organize and interpret information.

    21. Fill in the blank • __________ : including something into in an already existing schema : : __________ : changing one's existing schema to include new information

    22. Fill in the blank • ASSIMILATION : including something into in an already existing schema : : ACCOMODATION : changing one's existing schema to include new information

    23. Fill in the blank • __________ is defined as an emotional tie with another person; e.g.: shown by a young child seeking closeness to a parent or showing distress on separation

    24. Fill in the blank • ATTACHMENT is defined as an emotional tie with another person; e.g.: shown by a young child seeking closeness to a parent or showing distress on separation

    25. Fill in the blank • When an individual learns to avoid an unpleasant or stressful situation, this is called __________ .

    26. Fill in the blank • When an individual learns to avoid an unpleasant or stressful situation, this is called AVOIDANCE LEARNING

    27. Fill in the blank • Depth cues, such as retinal disparity and convergence, that depend on the use of two eyes are called __________ .

    28. Fill in the blank • Depth cues, such as retinal disparity and convergence, that depend on the use of two eyes are called BINOCULAR DEPTH CUES

    29. Fill in the blank • The brain and the spine make up the __________ .

    30. Fill in the blank • The brain and the spine make up the CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM

    31. Fill in the blank • The part of the brain that controls muscles and motor abilities is the __________ .

    32. Fill in the blank • The part of the brain that controls muscles and motor abilities is the CEREBELLUM

    33. Fill in the blank • The __________ is the intricate fabric of interconnected neural cells in the brain and covers the left and right hemispheres. It is also known to have ultimate control over the brain and its information processing center.

    34. Fill in the blank • The CEREBRAL CORTEX is the intricate fabric of interconnected neural cells in the brain and covers the left and right hemispheres. It is also known to have ultimate control over the brain and its information processing center.

    35. Fill in the blank • __________ is a type of associative learning focused on rewarding wanted behavior

    36. Fill in the blank • CLASSICAL CONDITIONING is a type of associative learning focused on rewarding wanted behavior

    37. Fill in the blank • The __________ Theory says that when someone's actions go against their beliefs it causes them mental stress. The theory states that people will change to fix the inconsistency.

    38. Fill in the blank • The COGNITIVE DISSONANCE Theory says that when someone's actions go against their beliefs it causes them mental stress. The theory states that people will change to fix the inconsistency.

    39. Fill in the blank • The __________ is the neutral stimulus that is learned and eventually triggers a conditioned response, in the use of classical conditioning.

    40. Fill in the blank • The CONDITIONED STIMULUS is the neutral stimulus that is learned and eventually triggers a conditioned response, in the use of classical conditioning.

    41. Fill in the blank • In an experiment, the __________ group is not tested on; it is there for observation of baseline behavior.

    42. Fill in the blank • In an experiment, the CONTROL group is not tested on; it is there for observation of baseline behavior.

    43. Fill in the blank • Ranging from (-1) to (+1), the __________ is the mathematical expression of the relationship

    44. Fill in the blank • Ranging from (-1) to (+1), the CORRELATION COEFFICIENT is the mathematical expression of the relationship

    45. Fill in the blank • The research method used to study the relationship between one piece of data and another is called the __________ method.

    46. Fill in the blank • The research method used to study the relationship between one piece of data and another is called the CORRELATIONAL METHOD.

    47. Fill in the blank • A study in which people of different ages are compared with each other is called a __________ .

    48. Fill in the blank • A study in which people of different ages are compared with each other is called a CROSS-SECTIONAL STUDY.

    49. Fill in the blank • The __________ are the branches of a neuron that receive the chemical signals from the synaptic gap.

    50. Fill in the blank • The DENDRITES are the branches of a neuron that receive the chemical signals from the synaptic gap.