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Study guide 2
Use this as a guide to help create structure to your studying. It is your responsibility to know and
understand the material. Knowing definitions is beneficial, but being able to apply this information to
real life scenarios is also important. I have outlined some learning objectives from each chapter. Please
use this to reinforce your study behavior.
Chapter 4 Learning objectives
1. Define memory
2. Identify the three processes and three systems it includes
3. Differentiate between all of the long-term memories (including explicit versus implicit, flashbulb
memories, episodic and semantic, procedural)
4. Types of coding in STM
5. Elizabeth Loftus studies
6. The case of H.M
7. Define schemas
8. Describe the types of interference
9. Differentiate between mnemonic devices
10. Techniques to test LTM
11. List and describe theories to explain why we forget
12. Describe the biological basis of memory
13. Define serial position effect
Chapter 5 Learning objectives
1. Describe circadian rhythms
2. Measuring stages of sleep
3. Outline the stages of sleep
4. Neurotransmitters involves in sleep/wake cycle
5. REM deprivation studies
6. Sleep deprivation studies
7. Manifest content versus Latent content
8. Explain what major brain areas are involved in sleep and wakefulness
9. Name and define the various disorders of sleep.
10. Define hypnosis, and describe phenomena associated with it.
11. Define dissociation theory
12. Define consciousness
Chapter 6 Learning objectives
1. Integral components of human emotion
2. Describe Plutchik emotional wheel
3. Describe the theories of emotion
4. Neurobiology of emotions
5. General Adaption Syndrome (describe the three phases)
6. Opponent processing theory
7. Differentiate between Type A, B, and D personality types
8. Charles Darwin’s explanation of the function of emotional expression
9. Stress and disease
10. Factors that contribute to stres