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  1. Skinner's ideas that the skills needed for language acquisition were mostly the result of learned experiences from the environment largely illustrates the influence of:
  2. The two components of the Schacter-Singer theory that create emotions are
  3. B.F. Skinner and Noam Chomsky had two very different theories of how humans acquired language. Skinner explained language acquisition using ___________________ terminology, while Chomsky explained language acquisition using __________ terminology.
  4. Chomsky's ideas that the skills needed for language acquisition were largely innate illustrates the influence:
  5. According to the research of Yerkes and Dodson:
  6. Paul Ekman�s research most closely aligned with:
  7. Which of the following stages were theorized by Elizabeth Kubler-Ross:
  8. Rorschach�s test was classified as a:
  9. Martin Seligman�s argued _______________________ most clearly led to the development of learned helplessness.
  10. According to Albert Bandura, one�s assessment of how competent one feels related to completing a given task relates to the concept of:
  11. Charles Darwin ideas were most clearly influential to:
  12. Paul Broca discovered an area in the left frontal lobe responsible for:
  13. Sperry�s split brain patient�s originally had their corpus callosum cut because:
  14. Karen Horney is a:
  15. B.F. Skinner is most well known for his research on:
  16. Yerkes and Dodson believed that most tasks were completed best with a _____________ level of arousal.
  17. Yerkes and Dodson believed that well learned/effort based tasks were completed best with a ________________ level of arousal.
  18. _________________________ was a Developmental and Psychoanalytic theorist that argued individuals go through series of psychosocial stages where they encounter conflicts. Ex: trust vs. mistrust (infancy and feeding), autonomy vs. shame and doubt (toddler and toilet training), intiative vs. guilt (preschool and independence), industry vs. inferiority (school age and schooling comparison), identity vs. role confusion (adolescence and who am I), intimacy vs. isolation (young adult and romantic relationships), generativity vs. stagnation (mid adult and parenting), and integrity vs. despair (late adult and acceptance of one's life.
  19. ________________________conducted the Strange Situation Experiment to test children's ATTACHMENT to caregiver in a novel setting (scientific lab). Researcher measured amount of exploration while mother was there and reaction when mother left and returned. Securely attached children explored, were upset when their mother left, and were happy to see their mothers return. Insecure attached children were anxious to explore and angry when mom returns.
  20. The Asch effect has become synomymous with ______________ because of Solomon Asch's most famous research.
  21. His theory helped explain the difference threshold. He stated that in order to tell the difference between two items, they had to differ by a constant proportion. Example: weight had to differ by 2%, light intensity 8%, etc.
  22. Key figure in the humanistic perspective. Theorized the hierarchy of needs:
  23. Believed intelligence was largely controlled by a singular ability that he termed �g�
  24. Ran into ethical concerns while conducting his experiment on the power of obedience to authority since many argued it psychologically damaged its participants.
  25. Elizabeth Kubler-Ross's psychological stages were most clearly related to:
  26. B.F. Skinner:
  27. John Watson:
  28. Albert Ellis's Rational Emotive Therapy is most closely aligned with which of the following:
  29. E.L. Thorndikes "Law of Effect":
  30. The research on the framing effect\'s impact on memory was conducted by _________________ who noticed people remembered cars going faster when "smashed" was used as an adjective in a question rather than "bumped."
  31. This man argued that two stimuli had to differ by a constant proportion in order to tell the difference between them when explaining the difference threshhold.
  32. ___________________'s experiment randomly selected group of students that were described as �learning disabled� to teachers (were not necessarily disabled) and �gifted� to teachers (were not necessarily gifted). Experiment showed that those labeled disabled performed worse than those labeled gifted because of the expectations of the teachers. Label of �disabled� and �gifted� caused teacher to act differently toward those students and help fulfill prophecy.
  33. The inferiority complex was theorized to originally take place during _____________ by _______________.
  34. The classical conditioning model that argued that conditioning was most effective when the conditioned stimuli reliably predicted the unconditioned stimuli was proposed by:
  35. The cortical cells' ability (within the visual cortex) to respond to different specific features of a stimuli was discovered by