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					                Jeopardy      Types of
Psychological Types of                        Experimental
Perspective   Psychologists   Psychological                    Statistics
                              Studies         Psychology


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                                                       Double Jeopardy
$100 Question from Psychological
          Perspectives

This school of psychology
may explain depression as
  being caused from an
 unconscious childhood
         event.
$100 Answer from Psychological
        Perspectives


          What is the
   Psychoanalytic Perspective?
$200 Question from Psychological
          Perspectives

John B. Watson is credited with
    being Founding Father
      of this perspective
$200 Answer from Psychological
        Perspectives


   What is Behaviorism?
 $300 Question from Psychological
           Perspectives


This perspective examines how the
 Body and brain create emotions,
memories, and sensory experiences.
 $300 Answer from Psychological
         Perspectives


What is the Biological Perspective?
  $400 Question from Psychological
            Perspectives

  Theorists associated with this
   perspective emphasize one’s
potential to be happy and fulfilled.
 It sees people as having control
       over their own lives.
 $400 Answer from Psychological
         Perspectives


Who are Humanistic Theorists?
 $500 Question from Psychological
           Perspectives

This perspective emphasizes how
 we process, store and retrieve
          information.
  $500 Answer from Psychological
          Perspectives

What is the Cognitive Perspective?
    $100 Question from Types of
          Psychologists

They work in mental hospitals,
prisons, schools, private offices
    and helping people with
     adjustment problems.
     $100 Answer from Types of
           Psychologists


Who are counseling psychologists?
  $200 Question from Types of
        Psychologists

They conduct a wide range of
   psychological research.
     $200 Answer from Types of
           Psychologists


Who are experimental psychologists?
   $300 Question from Types of
         Psychologists


They study intelligence, memory,
     and teaching methods.
    $300 Answer from Types of
          Psychologists


Who are educational psychologists?
    $400 Question from Types of
          Psychologists

   They diagnose and recommend
treatment for students with learning
             problems.
  $400 Answer from Types of
        Psychologists


Who are school psychologists?
   $500 Question from Types of
         Psychologists

They place job applicants, improve
working conditions, and attempt to
  find ways to boost production.
      $500 Answer from Types of
            Psychologists

Who are organizational/industrial
        psychologists?
   $100 Question from Types of
      Psychological Studies

Psychologists who carefully watch
   chimpanzee societies in the
    jungle are using a research
      method known as this.
$100 Answer from Types of
   Psychological Studies

 What is a naturalistic
    observation?
  $200 Question from Types of
     Psychological Studies

 An observation technique in
which one person is studied in
depth in the hopes of revealing
     universal principles.
$200 Answer from Types of
   Psychological Studies



What is a case study?
   $300 Question from Types of
      Psychological Studies
This research method would
be the MOST appropriate one
for investigating the
relationship between the
       DAILY DOUBLE
religious beliefs of Americans
and their attitudes toward
abortion.
$300 Answer from Types of
   Psychological Studies


   What is a survey?
  $400 Question from Types of
     Psychological Studies

   A statistical measure that
indicates the extent to which 2
 factors vary together and thus
how well either factor predicts
            the other.
$400 Answer from Types of
   Psychological Studies


  What is a correlation?
$500 Question from Types of
   Psychological Studies

 The only method that can
  reveal cause-and-effect
       relationships.
$500 Answer from Types of
   Psychological Studies


 What is an experiment?
  $100 Question from Experimental
            Psychology

A sugar coated pill with no medical
            properties.
$100 Answer from Experimental
         Psychology


   What is a placebo?
$200 Question from Experimental
          Psychology

 A testable prediction derived
  from a scientific theory is
          called this.
$200 Answer from Experimental
         Psychology


   What is a hypothesis?
$300 Question from Experimental
          Psychology


The complete set of cases from
which samples may be drawn.
$300 Answer from Experimental
         Psychology


   What is a population?
$400 Question from Experimental
          Psychology

 In an experimental study of the
effects of anxiety on self-esteem,
  anxiety would be this variable.
 $400 Answer from Experimental
          Psychology


What is the independent variable?
  $500 Question from Experimental
            Psychology

When neither the experimenter nor
 the subjects know whether the
  subjects are in the control or
    experimental group, this
     technique is being used.
$500 Answer from Experimental
         Psychology


   What is a double blind?
$100 Question from Statistics

The three measures of central
          tendency.
$100 Answer from Statistics

What are the mean, mode and
          median?
$200 Question from Statistics


 Scores in their original form.
$200 Answer from Statistics


  What is raw data?
 $300 Question from Statistics

 A distribution in which the
measures of central tendencies
are the same can be said to be
             this.
 $300 Answer from Statistics

What is normally distributed? Or
What is a bell-shaped curve?
  $400 Question from Statistics

This is the measure of central
 tendency that is the MOST
 sensitive to extreme scores.
$400 Answer from Statistics

  What is the mean?
$500 Question from Statistics

This measure of variability
tells you how far a number
  falls above or below the
           mean.
   $500 Answer from Statistics


What is the standard deviation?
    Double Jeopardy
Brain   Develop-   Sensation / Learning/   Potpourri
        mental     Perception Conditioning

  200      200        200         200        200
  400      400        400         400        400
  600      600        600         600        600
  800      800        800         800        800
 1000     1000       1000        1000        1000
$200 Question from The Brain

   The longest part of the
          neuron.
$200 Answer from The Brain

     What is the axon?
       $400 Question from
           The Brain

This is the lobe of the brain that
is involved in motivation, motor
    movement, and judgment.
$400 Answer from The Brain

 What is the frontal lobe?
$600 Question from The Brain


   The part of the brain that
    regulates temperature,
   emotional responses, and
      visceral responses.
$600 Answer from The Brain


What is the hypothalamus?
 $800 Question from The Brain

The master gland of the endocrine
  system. It releases hormones
responsible for bodily growth and
      sexual development.
$800 Answer from The Brain


What is the Pituitary Gland?
$1000 Question from The Brain

 An X-Ray photograph of the
          brain.
$1000 Answer from The Brain

    What is a CAT scan?
$200 Question from Developmental
           Psychology
  The principle that properties
   such as mass, volume, and
number remain the same despite
changes in the forms of objects.
$200 Answer from Developmental
         Psychology

    What is Conservation?
$400 Question from Developmental
           Psychology

     Female ovaries are these
   types of sex characteristics.
      DAILY DOUBLE
$400 Answer from Developmental
         Psychology

    What are primary sex
      characteristics?
$600 Question from Developmental
           Psychology

   Stranger anxiety typically
   occurs at the same time as
      this skill is acquired.
$600 Answer from Developmental
         Psychology

 What is Object Permanence?
$800 Question from Developmental
           Psychology

   Cigarettes, alcohol, drugs,
    and illness can all harm a
   fetus. They are called this.
$800 Answer from Developmental
         Psychology

     What are teratogens?
$1000 Question from Developmental
           Psychology

 The process by which certain
 birds form attachments during
  a critical period very early in
         life is called this.
$1000 Answer from Developmental
          Psychology

       What is imprinting?
$200 Question from Sensation and
           Perception


The minimum stimulation
  necessary to detect a
   particular stimulus.
 $200 Answer from Sensation and
          Perception

What is the absolute threshold?
$400 Question from Sensation and
           Perception

The seven colors of the visual
         spectrum.
 $400 Answer from Sensation and
          Perception

What are Red, Orange, Yellow,
Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet?
$600 Question from Sensation and
           Perception

  Retinal receptors that detect
black, white, and gray. They are
  necessary for peripheral and
        twilight vision.
$600 Answer from Sensation and
         Perception

       What are rods?
$800 Question from Sensation and
           Perception

    One of the two types of
     binocular depth cues.
$800 Answer from Sensation and
         Perception

 What is retinal disparity or
       convergence?
$1000 Question from Sensation and
           Perception

   This law states the sensory
     thresholds for detecting
    differences are a roughly
 constant proportion of the size
    of the original stimulus.
$1000 Answer from Sensation and
          Perception

    What is Weber’s Law?
$200 Question from Learning and
         Conditioning
He was the founding father of
Behaviorism. He classically
 conditioned Little Albert to
      fear a white rat.
$200 Answer from Learning and
        Conditioning

 Who was John B. Watson?
$400 Question from Learning and
         Conditioning

 This type of conditioning is
 based on the Law of Effect.
      DAILY DOUBLE
$400 Answer from Learning and
        Conditioning


What is Operant Conditioning?
$600 Question from Learning and
         Conditioning

   This type of reinforcement
   strengthens the behaviors
    that lead to its removal.
 $600 Answer from Learning and
         Conditioning

What is negative reinforcement?
$800 Question from Learning and
         Conditioning

    Golf instruction that
reinforces short putts before
attempting to reinforce long
  putts best illustrates this
          process.
$800 Answer from Learning and
        Conditioning

     What is shaping?
$1000 Question from Learning and
         Conditioning

B.F. Skinner’s work elaborated
what E.L. Thorndike had called
             this.
$1000 Answer from Learning and
        Conditioning


  What is the Law of Effect?
$200 Question from Potpourri

    Of classical and operant
   conditioning, the one that
involves involuntary responses.
 $200 Answer from Potpourri


What is classical conditioning?
$400 Question from Potpourri

   Natural opiates that are
 released in response to pain
    and vigorous exercise.
$400 Answer from Potpourri


   What are endorphins?
 $600 Question from Potpourri

  The speed at which a neural
impulse travels is increased when
  the axon is encased by this.
$600 Answer from Potpourri


 What is myelin sheath?
$800 Question from Potpourri


 These psychologists studied
   factors that influenced
         perception.
$800 Answer from Potpourri

    Who are the Gestalt
     psychologists?
$1000 Question from Potpourri

This technique involves the use
 of vibrating atoms and radio
 signals to produce computer
generated images of the brain’s
          soft tissues.
$1000 Answer from Potpourri


     What is an MRI?
           Final Jeopardy

In formulating his theory of psychosocial
development, Erikson would have suggested
that authoritarian parents are
likely to inhibit young children’s development
of this
   Final Jeopardy Answer

What is initiative and autonomy?

				
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