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Style of life

Adler

person's goals and ways in which he attempts to achieve those goals

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2 chromosome deletion disorders

Prader Willi

Cru-du-chat

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A-no-B error

At 8 months to 12 months, children first provide evidence that they know that objects exist when out of view but commit the A-no-B error

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Lawler Model of Facet Satisfaction

Based on premise that job satisfaction is a product of comparisons of one's job inputs, inputs of others, and jot's characteristics to one's outcomes and outcomes of others. 

Similar to equity theory, uses social comparisons

 

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Lowest Scores on WAIS with TBI

PSI

  • SS
  • Coding
  • Cancellation

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ECT causes

Patchy Anterograde amnesia 3-6 months & retrograde amnesia for events that occured within several months prior to ECT. Most cases memories of past events eventualy return.

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Partial Seizures

Focal onset with or without loss of consciousness

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Simulation Training AKA

Vestibule Training

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Benefits of Vestibule Training

Costly but used when necessary such as when too dangerous such as simulated cockpits.

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Bonferroni test helps control experimentwise error rate by

reducing the level of signicance for each comparison

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Self-Perception Theory

Bem

People infer their own attitudes and emotions from their behaviors.

 

I did it, so I believe it. 

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Stressed out pregos cause

grouchy and increased crying babies

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Bulimia Nervosa Criteria

binge eating and recurrent inapporpriate compensatory behavior (purging, diuretic use, excessive exercisiong) for at least 3 months

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AIDS Dementia Complex stages

Stage 0.5 - minimal or equivocl signs of impairment w no deficits

Stage 1 - unequivocal evidens of functional, intell, or motor impair but able to perfomr most ADLs

Stage 2 - Cannot work or perform ADL w/o assisance

Stage 3 - significant impairments

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Learned helplessness model of depression:

Healthy people

Depressed people

Healthy- external, unstable, & specific

Depressed - internal, stable & global

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Sleep terrors and sleepwalking occur in what sleep

nREM

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Interpersonal 4 areas of concern

  1. grief
  2. interpersonal role disputes
  3. role transition
  4. interpersonal deficits

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Baddeley & Hitch

Multi-component model of working memory

phonological loop

visuo-spatial sketchpad

centeral executive

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Prevalence rates of AD

 

66%-75% have AD

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neurogenesis occurs in 

hippocampus & olfactory bulb

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reticular formation controls

consciousness

sleep wake cycle

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medulla oblongata

controls sleep, respiration, movement, & cardio (heart)

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Brousseau & Driver

Career concept

refers to indivdiduals career decisions, which vary along 3 dimensions

  1. frequency of job change
  2. direction of change
  3. type of change in job

 

4 concepts

  1. steady state
  2. linear 
  3. spiral
  4. transitory

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canalization

phenotype is resticted by genotype to small number of developmental outcomes

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Equilibration

Piaget

drive toward cognitive equilibrium, which he considered to be the motivating force for cognitive development

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Niche-picking

alt term for 

active genotype-environment correlations and refers to tendency of individuals to seek experiences that are consistent with their genetic predispositions

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epigenesis

bidirectional & continuous influences of heredity & environment on developmental outcomes

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Primary reinforcers vs secondary reinforcers

Primary (unconditioned) reinforcers are inherently reinforcing, while secondary (conditioned) reinforcers acquire their reinforcing value through their association with one or more primary reinforcers.

 

$$ is an example of secondary reinforcer.

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What does Q Sort do

Rogerian

evaluates therapy progress by evaluating a clients degree of congruence between his self and ideal self

Do cards for self and then do cards for ideal self. 

 

As congruence occurs, piles will be similar