Final exam due | Psychology homework help

Final exam due | Psychology homework help

 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE   Please  note – only the information covered in the first 4 weeks will be on the Midterm!   Some  of these concepts are covered early in the course; others are covered after the midterm. This serves as a guide to help you as you are preparing and studying for the midterm and final. Reviewing the text, notes, and powerpoints along with this list is also  recommended.  
  Stages  of Play  Attribution  Theory/Rotter’s Theory (internal  vs external)  Characteristics  of Expert Teachers (content vs pedagogy)  Characteristics  of Expert Students (self-efficacy, volition, effort)  Chomsky  Ainsworth’s  attachment theory
 Piaget  Equilibration, assimilation, accommodation  Stages  Research support   Critical  Thinking/Creativity  Vygotsky (ZPD,  scaffolding and intervention)
 Maslow’s  theory/Deficiency vs growth needs  Classical  Conditioning/Pavlov  UCS, CS, UCR, CR  Stimulus generalization   (Little  Albert, Pavlov’s dogs)  Extinction   Operant  Conditioning/Learning/Skinner  Pos/Neg reinforcement and punishment  Reinforcement schedules (fixed ratio, fixed interval, etc.)  Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence    Descriptive  vs. experimental research  Social  Learning Theory  Externalizing  vs Internalizing behaviors  ELL/ESL  language development/ acquisition  Kohlberg’s  theory  Memory  ST, LT, etc.  categories of long-term memory  Declarative/procedural, etc.  Memory strategies (e.g., chunking)  Sensory register, sensory integration   Reasoning  Inductive, deductive (and syllogisms), prototypes, exemplars, heuristics (overconfidence, underconfidience, representativeness…)   Disabilities  Giftedness, autism, OHI (Other Health Impaired), SLD (Specific Learning Disability),  ADHD, Intellectual Disability, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Emotional Disturbance   Intelligence  Cattell and  Horn (fluid, crystalized)  Gardner  Heritability,  modifiability  Sternberg’s Triarchic theory   Gender  Development (theories, behavioral, biological, social learning)  SES,  Male vs. Female differences, Poverty  Constructivist  approach to learning  Bloom’s  Parenting  Styles  Classroom  rules/behavior management  Risk factors and mental health (depression, suicide, symptoms…)   

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 FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE   Please  note – only the information covered in the first 4 weeks will be on the Midterm!   Some  of these concepts are covered early in the course; others are covered after the midterm. This serves as a guide to help you as you are preparing and studying for the midterm and final. Reviewing the text, notes, and powerpoints along with this list is also  recommended.  
  Stages  of Play  Attribution  Theory/Rotter’s Theory (internal  vs external)  Characteristics  of Expert Teachers (content vs pedagogy)  Characteristics  of Expert Students (self-efficacy, volition, effort)  Chomsky  Ainsworth’s  attachment theory
 Piaget  Equilibration, assimilation, accommodation  Stages  Research support   Critical  Thinking/Creativity  Vygotsky (ZPD,  scaffolding and intervention)
 Maslow’s  theory/Deficiency vs growth needs  Classical  Conditioning/Pavlov  UCS, CS, UCR, CR  Stimulus generalization   (Little  Albert, Pavlov’s dogs)  Extinction   Operant  Conditioning/Learning/Skinner  Pos/Neg reinforcement and punishment  Reinforcement schedules (fixed ratio, fixed interval, etc.)  Antecedent, Behavior, Consequence    Descriptive  vs. experimental research  Social  Learning Theory  Externalizing  vs Internalizing behaviors  ELL/ESL  language development/ acquisition  Kohlberg’s  theory  Memory  ST, LT, etc.  categories of long-term memory  Declarative/procedural, etc.  Memory strategies (e.g., chunking)  Sensory register, sensory integration   Reasoning  Inductive, deductive (and syllogisms), prototypes, exemplars, heuristics (overconfidence, underconfidience, representativeness…)   Disabilities  Giftedness, autism, OHI (Other Health Impaired), SLD (Specific Learning Disability),  ADHD, Intellectual Disability, Oppositional Defiant Disorder, Emotional Disturbance   Intelligence  Cattell and  Horn (fluid, crystalized)  Gardner  Heritability,  modifiability  Sternberg’s Triarchic theory   Gender  Development (theories, behavioral, biological, social learning)  SES,  Male vs. Female differences, Poverty  Constructivist  approach to learning  Bloom’s  Parenting  Styles  Classroom  rules/behavior management  Risk factors and mental health (depression, suicide, symptoms…)   

Final exam due | Psychology homework help