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Banding

Scores within a given range are considered equivalent

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What age does "False-belief" occur

--Beliefs that are differ from reality --

red ball/Blue ball

 

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3

nREM

Stage 4

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Difference between Remote and Recent Memory

Recent within 2 weeks

Remote outside 2 weeks

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Rorschach 4 dimensions

  1. Content - specific category
  2. Location - location (whole {w}, detail {d}, small detail {sD}, white space {s})
  3. Form Quality - how accurately response relates to the form of IB
  4. Developmental - evaluating each response in terms of its degree of integration

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Key structures in aggression

amygdala

hypothalamus

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Social Exchange Theory

Cost/benefits of relationship

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redintegration

type of remembering that occurs when something unlocks a rapid chain of memories

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Difference between Flashbulb memory & reintegration

Flashbulb involve distinct, significant events of a traumatic nature

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Stepwise multiple regression

2+ independent variables topredict 1 continuous variable. Determines which variable accounts for the most variance then enters it into the equation, which helps you find the smallest number of predictor variables

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correction for attenuation formula

used to estimate how much more valid a test would be if predictor test and criterion were perfectly reliable

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orthogonal data

not correlated data, right angles

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Best predictor of suicide

feeling extreme hopelessness

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Helm's white racial Identity development model

  1. Contact - ignorant of own privilege
  2. disintegration - feel uncomfortable with advantages of being white (dissonance)
  3. Reintegration - acknowledges a white identity. Selective perception & negative out-group distortion. Idealize White society and denigrate members of minority groups
  4. pseudo-independence - Actively questin the proposition that blacks are innately inferior to whites.Disavow thoeir own whiteness. 
  5. immersion/emersion - self-examination and infomation seeking . examines own racial identity to replace myths about race.
  6. autonomy - achieves a positive redfinition of being white including ongoing opennes to new info.

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dissociatve identity disorder attributed to

severe, chronic childhood abuse

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Kuder-Richardson measures

internal consistency by analyzing all possible split-halves

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Quasi-experimental designs affect

internal validity because of non-random assignment of subjects

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Kappa Coefficient

Interrater Reliability

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Cross's Black Identity Development Model

  1. Preencounter
  2. Encounter - experiences confusion  & more desire to connect with black identity
  3. Immersion-Emersion - rejects white world
  4. internalizaton - both B&W have + & - 

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Biserial vs point biserial

Bi = 1 continuous variable & 1 dichotomous

(male/female & high income/low income)

Point bi = 2 true dichotomous

(male/female & college grad/no college grad)

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Horizontal decalage

Piaget

refers to the observation that once a child has the capability to perform a certain task or function they don't know how to immediately apply the concept to other functions or tasks that share the same conceptual ideation.

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What is Krumboltz approach to career counseling based on?

Social Learning Theory

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What is purpose of Krumboltz Career counseling theory

to help the individual delvelop attitudes and skills that will enable him to adapt to changing work requirements

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MMPI

L

Lie

High score = presents oneself in favorable light

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MMPI

K

Correction. Indicates defensiveness, denial or desire to fake good

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MMPI

F

High score = carelessness in respondng, malingering or attempt to look bad

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Solomon 4-group effects of pretesting on a research study's

internal & external validity

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Perry -- Aggression in children

Highly aggreassive kids tend to show little regret or remorse following aggressive acts

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What is OCD classified as

  • OC and related disorders
    • Body dysmorphic disorder
    • horading disorder
    • trichotillomania
    • exoriation disorder

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Opioid peptides block release of substance P and reduce pain are called

endorphins