AP 1st Q Round 2

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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.
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200
Correlation can tell us that two
variables are related, but it
cannot necessarily tell us this.
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300
The name of the psychological
phenomenon wherein experimental
results can be the result of
participants’ expectations rather than
the experimental treatment.
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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”.
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500
The psychological perspective
that examines how we
encode, process, store, and
retrieve information.
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100
This part of the brain deals
with spatial awareness and
controls the left side of the
body.
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200
The part of the brain involved
in planning and judgment, it is
not typically fully developed in
teenagers.
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300
The secretion of hormones
into the bloodstream involves
this set of glands.
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400
These are the five main parts
of a neuron.
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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.
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100
The idea of perception outside
of the normal sensory
processes – includes
telepathy, clairvoyance, and
precognition.
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200
This is the minimum
stimulation necessary to
detect a stimulus 50% of the
time.
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300
The processing of information
guided by higher-level mental
processes such as experience
and expectations.
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400
This is the term for the sense
of body movement and
position, including balance –
spinning around until dizzy will
throw this off.
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500
This theory helps explain why
we experience afterimage
effects.
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100
A sleep disorder characterized
by a difficulty falling or
remaining asleep.
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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.
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300
A sleep disorder characterized
by temporary disruptions in
breathing, often many times in
a single night.
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400
Alcohol is an example of this
type of drug.
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500
The term that Freud used to
label the supposed symbolic
meaning of a dream.
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100
The discomfort and distress
that follows the
discontinuation of the use of
an addictive drug.
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200
A statistical measure that tells
us the amount of variation of
scores from a mean score.
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300
This laboratory device
included a glass-covered
drop-off to test whether infants
and certain animals had depth
perception.
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400
This type of brain scan allows
us to study what parts of the
brain are active during certain
tasks.
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500
This psychological
phenomenon explains why
someone might think he/she
aced a test, when in reality the
student got many questions
wrong.
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