Psychology Module 6 Study Guide Module 6 Help Session Video: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2012-0712.1540.M.0A68D59533D7F1B628F24ACF3A3425.vcr&sid=679 Psychology Lesson 6.00 Study Guide Assignment 6.00: You have these pre-tests down now! Just remember to use them as study guides BEFORE the exam. By that time you should know all the correct answers. Psychology Lesson 6.01 Study Guide Guiding Questions Lesson 06.01: 1. What is social psychology? 2. Explain the attribution theory. 3. How do people’s attitudes affect or guide our actions? 4. Explain the following terms: Fundamental attribution theory Foot-in-the-door phenomenon Cognitive dissonance Assignment 6.01: You need to know the vocabulary and people in this lesson. These terms can be tricky. Let your teacher know if you need better examples to help you understand. Remember too, this is the 21st Century...there are MANY great places to find definitions on the internet! Use those awesome search engines we have. Be sure your assignment is "introspective." We want to know about YOUR life. Psychology Lesson 6.02 Study Guide Lesson 06.02 Guiding questions: 1. Why do people conform? 2. What was learned from Stanley Milgram’s Experiment? 3. Explain the following terms: Social facilitation Social loafing Deindividuation Group polarization Group think Informational social influence Normative social influence Mood linkage Assignment 6.02: Here they are again: Fundamental Attribution Error, Foot-in-the-Door Phenomenon, Cognitive Dissonance Theory, Attribution Theory, Social Facilitation, Social Loafing, Deindividuation, Group Think, Informational Social Influence. Do you know what they all mean? You will need to understand them. Do you know about the Milgram experiment? Who is Solomon Asch? Again, vocabulary and people are important for your success. Psychology Lesson 6.03 Study Guide Guiding Questions Lesson 06.03: 1. Describe each of the following terms: Prejudice Stereotypes Discrimination Self-fulfilling prophecy Scapegoat theory Just-World Phenomenom 2. What is the affect of aggression on society? 3. Explain the importance of peacemaking. Assignment 6.03: Isn't it a shame how stereotypes can lead to prejudice that turns into discrimination? We know you've heard a song like this! Be sure you "Cite Your Source" for the lyrics! Whenever we "copy" it is a LAW! 6.03- Music Addressing Prejudice Here are some famous songs addressing Prejudice and Stereotypes: - Black and White, Michael Jackson - Black and White, Three Dog Night - Black and Blue, Fats Waller - Imagine, John Lennon - Where is the Love, Black-Eyed Peas - Colored People, DC Talk - Colors of the Wind, Vanessa Williams (performed in the Disney Movie, Pocahontas) - I Believe, Blessed Union of Souls - Sk8er Boi, Avril lavigne To preview these songs visit: www.playlist.com Psychology Lesson 6.04 Study Guide Lesson 06.04 Guiding questions: 1. Explain the following terms: Mere exposure effect Proximity Alturism Social exchange theory Assignment 6.04: How are you at giving advice? Could you become a newspaper columnist? Pick one of three people to help through their dilemmas! Follow the rubric. It REQUIRES that you use a vocabulary term from the interactive in your response. There are ones that fit perfectly for each person. Can you figure it out? Psychology Lesson 6.05 Study Guide Guiding questions Lesson 6.05: 1. What is the importance of the power of the individual? 2. What is “minority influence”? Assignment 6.05: WOOHOO!!! You are at the end and ready to put a new credit in your collection! Way to go! Pick up that phone and give your teacher a call for your discussion based assessment. You will get some great tips and tricks to help with your successful completion :-) Module Six DBA and Exam Review: To prepare for your Module Six exam and DBA, you should know the answers to the following: Lesson 06.01: 1. What is social psychology? 2. Explain the attribution theory. 3. How do people’s attitudes affect or guide our actions? 4. Explain the following terms: Fundamental attribution theory Foot-in-the-door phenomenon Cognitive dissonance Lesson 06.02: 1. Why do people conform? 2. What was learned from Stanley Milgram’s Experiment? 3. Explain the following terms: Social facilitation Social loafing Deindivuation Group polarization Group think Informational social influence Normative social influence Mood linkage Lesson 06.03: 1. Describe each of the following terms: Prejudice Stereotypes Discrimination Self-fulfilling prophecy Scapegoat theory Just-World Phenomenom 2. What is the affect of aggression on society? 3. Explain the importance of peacemaking. Lesson 06.04: 1. Explain the following terms: Mere exposure effect Proximity Alturism Social exchange theory Lesson 6.05: 1. What is the importance of the power of the individual? 2. What is “minority influence”? Psychology Lesson 6.06 Study Guide Assignment 6.06: Module 6 Exam-The people and the vocabulary....! Know them ALL and you will do just fine. Psychology Lesson 6.07 Study Guide Assignment 6.07: Use the "Final Exam Review" to help you. Look over pre-test/post-test quizzes in your gradebook....open them and know the answers before beginning your final. They are GREAT review guides! You should have notes to use! Final exam review video: https://sas.elluminate.com/p.jnlp?psid=2012-0813.1539.M.0A68D59533D7F1B628F24ACF3A3425.vcr&sid=679 Psychology Segment Exam Review and Study Sheet Directions: Print out this sheet and make notes for each of these questions before taking the segment exam. Module 1: What is psychology? Identify the different types of psychology. Explain the purpose of a theory. Explain the various techniques that scientists use to investigate human behavior? Identify the components of the scientific method. Explain the F.A.T. triangle. Discuss correlations in psychology and in the world. Explain how to respond to conflict in a way that will de-escalate conflict. Discuss Maslow and his theory on how humans are motivated. List and explain the subfields of psychology. Module 2: Identify the structure and function of the major regions of the brain. List the specific functions of the lobes of the brain. Contrast the two thinking styles? Describe how neurons communicate. Name and explain the purpose of each of the glandular systems. List and describe the five senses. Compare and contrast perception and sensation. Describe the principles of perception. Identify basic methods and techniques used by psychologists to investigate human behavior. What are the stages of sleep and dreams? Describe the states of consciousness. Module 3: Compare and contrast the importance of heredity and environment in human development. Explain the physical, cognitive, and social development of infants and children. Discuss the various theories or orientations which psychologists have developed to explain human behavior. Compare and contrast theories related to development. Describe the stages of psychological development. List the methods and techniques used by psychologists to investigate human behavior. Describe the physical changes of adolescence. Differentiate between the different types of parenting styles. List and explain the stages of adulthood. List and describe gender differences—biologically and socially. Relate depression and anxiety with teen issues. List the physical feelings of anger. Module 4: Compare the principles of classical conditioning with emotional learning. Apply the properties of classical conditioning as in Pavlov’s experiment. List ways to treat phobias. Identify the psychologists associated with classical conditioning and describe each person’s experiment. Identify the psychologist associated with operant conditioning and describe his experiment. Compare and contrast the principles of operant and classical conditioning. Differentiate between reinforcement and punishment. Identify the person associated with social learning and his experiment. Explain the importance of social learning and the implications that can surround it. List and describe special learning processes—recall, recognition and interference. Describe the term schema. Compare and contrast negative and positive transfer of learning. Compare and contrast short and long term memory. Explain how intelligence testing originated. Differentiate between the Standford-Binet intelligence test and the Wechsler Intelligence test. Differentiate between intelligence and creativity. Module 5: Differentiate between the anxiety disorders. Explain anxiety disorders. Recognize the causes of abnormal behaviors. Contrast major mood disorders—depressive disorder with bipolar disorder. List the various personality disorders. Differentiate between the clusters of personality disorders. Differentiate between the subtypes of schizophrenia. Discuss the biological make-up of a schizophrenic brain. Discuss the various types of childhood disorders. List and describe the therapeutic modalities to assist and/or correct mental disorders. Module 6: Describe the basic methods and techniques used by psychologists to investigate human behavior. Compare and contrast the effect of attitudes and actions on behavior. Differentiate between the pressure to conform and the reasons to conform. Compare the thinking of a group versus an individual. Identify behavior phenomenon within groups—group polarization, group think. Describe the Stanley Milgram experiment. Identify how prejudices are formed. Discuss the theories on attitude and change. Examine the impact of aggression on society. Analyze the importance of attraction within humans. Discuss the importance of civic responsibility. Interpret the power of one.