AP Psychology Jeopardy Round 2 Methods & Approaches Biological Influences Sensation & Perception Consciousness 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 States of Wild Card 100 This is the variable in a study that a researcher manipulates. 200 Correlation can tell us that two variables are related, but it cannot necessarily tell us this. 300 The name of the psychological phenomenon wherein experimental results can be the result of participants’ expectations rather than the experimental treatment. 400 Assuming that one could have easily predicted the outcome of the World Series after it is over is an example of this phenomenon, also called the “I-knew-it-all- along phenomenon”. 500 The psychological perspective that examines how we encode, process, store, and retrieve information. 100 This part of the brain deals with spatial awareness and controls the left side of the body. 200 The part of the brain involved in planning and judgment, it is not typically fully developed in teenagers. 300 The secretion of hormones into the bloodstream involves this set of glands. 400 These are the five main parts of a neuron. 500 This now discredited science claimed that one could understand a person’s abilities and traits by studying the bumps on the person’s head. 100 The idea of perception outside of the normal sensory processes – includes telepathy, clairvoyance, and precognition. 200 This is the minimum stimulation necessary to detect a stimulus 50% of the time. 300 The processing of information guided by higher-level mental processes such as experience and expectations. 400 This is the term for the sense of body movement and position, including balance – spinning around until dizzy will throw this off. 500 This theory helps explain why we experience afterimage effects. 100 A sleep disorder characterized by a difficulty falling or remaining asleep. 200 A controversial state that has been used for entertainment purposes or by therapists to control unwanted behaviors and symptoms including pain, stress, smoking and to attempt to uncover repressed memories. 300 A sleep disorder characterized by temporary disruptions in breathing, often many times in a single night. 400 Alcohol is an example of this type of drug. 500 The term that Freud used to label the supposed symbolic meaning of a dream. 100 The discomfort and distress that follows the discontinuation of the use of an addictive drug. 200 A statistical measure that tells us the amount of variation of scores from a mean score. 300 This laboratory device included a glass-covered drop-off to test whether infants and certain animals had depth perception. 400 This type of brain scan allows us to study what parts of the brain are active during certain tasks. 500 This psychological phenomenon explains why someone might think he/she aced a test, when in reality the student got many questions wrong.