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Psychology and Sociology Key Concepts

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2 Positive reinforcement, negative reinforcement, positive punishment, and negative punishment are all forms of this type of learning
3 An example of #15 not mentioned, known as motivated forgetting, and occurs in response to an unpleasant or traumatizing event experienced
6 A part of the brain that processes visual information taken in by the eyes
8 Chemical messengers that carry information throughout in the brain and body in relay between neurons
9 A connection, link, or association between two or more things but said things are not direct causes and effects of one another
12 Any study in which neither the subjects/participants nor the people experimenting on the participants know who is receiving a particular treatment in order to prevent bias
15 Forms of self-protection and self-deception such as denial and regression are examples of this
16 The third and highest stage of morality in Kohlberg’s Stages of Moral Development model
17 The realization or fulfillment of one’s purpose/potential of doing something worthwhile in life, such as having benefited society in one’s lifetime, classified as a drive or need in all humans
19 Actions, behaviors, and attitudes that are distinct to an individual’s personality are known as these
23 A gland the size of a pea behind the bridge of the nose and below the base of the brain, part of the endocrine system as it controls the production of many hormones in the body
1 Dogs automatically drool when they smell food and in this example the smell of food would be considered the _________ stimulus
4 Alcohol is a drug that falls under this category of drugs
5 Psychological test that assesses the answer to #19 of a person and was developed at the University of Minnesota Hospitals
7 An organ system of complex nerve tissues that control body activities and is comprised of the brain and spinal cord
10 An extreme, irrational fear spurred by a specific stimulus
11 Relationships between two or more individuals are known as _______ relationships, the importance of these relationships having been stressed by Erik Erikson
13 People who are bipolar or who suffer from clinical depression are known as having this type of disorder
14 How an individual views themselves in their head apart from others, constructing the idea of themselves from their beliefs about oneself
18 Being able to ride a bike any time after learning how to ride one for the first time is an example of this type of memory
20 Cancer is treated with this type of therapy, monoclonal antibodies and cancer vaccines are specific examples of this therapy
21 Changes in a child’s behavior as they grow older and develop is known as this
22 A measurable element, factor, or feature that is subject to change in an experiment/study
23 One person believing psychology is boring and another person believing psychology is interesting is an example of differing __________ , psychology being the sensory information
24 Your hereditary genetic makeup that shares its pronunciation which an article of clothing
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