PSYC 110 Study Plan Chapter 8 and 10


PSYC 110 Study Plan Chapter 8 and 10
Vygotsky’s ______ is the difference between what a child can do alone versus what a child…

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PSYC 110 Study Plan Chapter 8 and 10

PSYC 110 Study Plan Chapter 8 and 10

A+ Study Plan Week 5

Chapter 8

  1. Whish of the following is true about reflexes?
  2. Vygotsky’s ______ is the difference between what a child can do alone versus what a child can do with the help of a teacher
  3. The visual cliff experiment showed that babies have:
  4. Adolescence refers to the period between:
  5. The impulsive and often risky behavior that can still be seen in adolescence is partially the result of:
  6. Down syndrome is
  7. Genes that actively control the expression of a trait are referred to as:
  8. A ______ will always be expressed in the observable trait
  9. Humans have a total of _____ chromosomes in each cell of their bodies
  10. When the mass of cells does not completely split apart, the result is:
  11. ______ is a teratogen that may cause blindness
  12. During the embryonic period, the embryo ______
  13. Then placenta begins to form during the ______ period
  14. The changes that women experience 5 to 10 years prior to menopause are:
  15. Generally speaking, a person experiences the peak of their physical functioning during their:
  16. During the intimacy isolation stage, Erikson saw the primary task to be:
  17. Erikson believes that during late adulthood, people engage in a process called:
  18. The first stage in Kubler-Ross’s theory is:
  19. People who _____ have been found to be far less likely to develop memory problems in old age
  20. The primary task individuals facing Erikson’s stage of identity versus role confusion is to:
  21. Sylvia is a middle-aged woman who volunteers as a youth coordinator at her church and as a Girl Scout leader. She is developing what Erikson referred to as:
  22. A 4 year old watches her father pour liquid from a short, wide glass into a tall, thin glass. She believes that there is now more liquid in the tall glass than there was in the short glass.  This is known as:
  23. Seeing a dog for the first time, Kenetra—whose family owns a cat—points and says”cat.” Piaget would say this is an example of:
  24. Games such as “peel-a-boo” are important for infants because they help babies develop ____
  25. When Calvin’s mother left him with the babysitter, Calvin said, “Mommy go.” This is an example of:
  26. Pete and Evelyn are decorating the room for the baby they are expecting. To ensure that the baby’s room provides appropriate stimulation, the couple seek the advice of a developmental psychologist, who tell them that newborns prefer to look at:
  27. Vygotsky emphasized the importance of social interactions in cognitive development, whereas _____ stressed the importance of the child’s interactions with objects
  28. Sixteen-year-old Esmerelda often drinks several glasses of beer and then drives herself home. When her parents express worry that her drinking and driving will lead to an accident, Esmerelda responses, “That won’t happen to me.  It only happens to other people.”  Esmerelda’s thinking reflects:
  29. In the study of human development, the term nature refers to:
  30. Behavioral genetics is the study of:

Chapter 10

  1. The _____ theory proposes that gender identity is acquired as a child develops a mental pattern for being male or female and then organizes observed and learned behavior around that mental pattern
  2. The characteristic of possessing the most positive personality characteristics of males and females regardless of actual sex is called:
  3. When compared with traditional males and females, androgynous people report feeling _____ when they are faced with negative life events
  4. Research has shown that cultures that are more ______ and have standards of living are more nontraditional in gender role expectations, while cultures that more _____ and have less wealth are more traditional in gender role expectations
  5. The term ______ refers to people whose sense of gender identity does not always match their external appearance or their sex chromosomes
  6. The Lakota word ______ is used in many Native American cultures for a man who also embodies the soul of a woman
  7. Research has shown that when men communicate, they tend to talk about current events and sports, switch topics frequently, and attempt to dominate the conversation. This is a _____ communication style
  8. What type of culture typically has more traditional ideas about gender roles and behavior?
  9. Allen has low self-esteem and anxiety about his ability to perform the sex act well. His sexual dysfunction probably stems from:
  10. All of the following are ways to transmit the HIV virus EXCEPT:
  11. Elizabeth is told by her mother that her interest in sex is evil. Elizabeth can no longer feel pleasure when she has sex.   This sexual dysfunction is attributed to:
  12. Which of the following is NOT true of the resolution phase?
  13. One of the earliest studies of the impact of biological factors on sexual orientation found that if the mother experienced severe stress during the second trimester:
  14. Organic factors, psychological factors, and sociocultural factors can all be causes of:
  15. According to your authors, which of the following is the best way to promote more women entering the STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) fields?
  16. ______ are sexual organs present at birth and are directly involved in human reproduction
  17. What happens to make an embryo develop female sex organs?
  18. ______ are sexual organs and traits that develop at puberty and are indirectly involved in human reproduction
  19. The _____ ducts can become female primary sex organs
  20. Which of the following is an example of female primary sex characteristics?
  21. Which of the following is an example of a female secondary sex characteristic?
  22. A sexual condition in which the person either prefers to, or must, achieve sexual arousal and fulfillment through sexual behavior that is unusual or not socially acceptable is called:
  23. Alfred Kinsey is most know for:
  24. According to the Kinsey study, _____ percent of males had bisexual experiences
  25. According to the Janus report, the most common barriers to sexual activity in adults aged 57 to 85 were:
  26. A person’s sexual attraction and affection for members of either the opposite or the same sex is called:
  27. A person who is either male or female and is attracted to both sexes is called:
  28. A study has found that homosexual men and heterosexual women respond similarly to a testosterone-based pheromone that is secreted in perspiration; what does this tell us about the origin of homosexuality?
  29. Ten percent of women in the United States will develop ______ during their childbearing years
  30. The most common sexually transmitted infection is: