Style of life
person's goals and ways in which he attempts to achieve those goals
2 chromosome deletion disorders
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
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
Lowest Scores on WAIS with TBI
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.
Focal onset with or without loss of consciousness
Simulation Training AKA
Benefits of Vestibule Training
Costly but used when necessary such as when too dangerous such as simulated cockpits.
Bonferroni test helps control experimentwise error rate by
reducing the level of signicance for each comparison
People infer their own attitudes and emotions from their behaviors.
I did it, so I believe it.
Stressed out pregos cause
grouchy and increased crying babies
Bulimia Nervosa Criteria
binge eating and recurrent inapporpriate compensatory behavior (purging, diuretic use, excessive exercisiong) for at least 3 months
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
Learned helplessness model of depression:
Healthy- external, unstable, & specific
Depressed - internal, stable & global
Sleep terrors and sleepwalking occur in what sleep
Interpersonal 4 areas of concern
- interpersonal role disputes
- role transition
- interpersonal deficits
Baddeley & Hitch
Multi-component model of working memory
Prevalence rates of AD
66%-75% have AD
neurogenesis occurs in
hippocampus & olfactory bulb
reticular formation controls
sleep wake cycle
controls sleep, respiration, movement, & cardio (heart)
Brousseau & Driver
refers to indivdiduals career decisions, which vary along 3 dimensions
- frequency of job change
- direction of change
- type of change in job
- steady state
phenotype is resticted by genotype to small number of developmental outcomes
drive toward cognitive equilibrium, which he considered to be the motivating force for cognitive development
alt term for
active genotype-environment correlations and refers to tendency of individuals to seek experiences that are consistent with their genetic predispositions
bidirectional & continuous influences of heredity & environment on developmental outcomes
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.
What does Q Sort do
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