Psych Test 2

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Psych Test 2
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notes for part two of the psych final
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  1. Preoperational Stage
    too young to perform mental operations
  2. Egocentrism
    inability to take another person's view
  3. Concrete Operational Stage
    • children can now perform mental operations and understand their reversability only with concrete examples
    • they can apply logic only to objects, situations, or events likely to be real
  4. Formal Operations
    now children can work logically with abstract concepts
  5. Attachment
    the emotional bond between children and caregivers
  6. everyone gets attached to some sort of caregiver
  7. Attachment Theory
    • the caregiver provides a secure base from which the infant can explore the world
    • the caregiver also provides a safe haven during times of distress
    • the security, or lack of it, may shape the individuals personality and close relationship for life
  8. Fearful Avoidance
    high avoidance and high anxiety
  9. Preoccupied
    low avoidance and high anxiety
  10. Dismissing Avoidance
    high avoidance and low anxiety
  11. Secure
    low avoidance and low anxiety
  12. The Strange Situation Experiment
    • infant was exposed to situations of increasing anxiety
    • what is measured is the babys reactions to the seperation from the mother and the reintroduction with her
  13. Secure Attachment
    • 65%
    • in mom's presence, explore with curiosity and boldness
    • distressed when seperated
    • delighted when reunited
    • recovers quickly from distress once the mother returns
  14. Predictors of Secure Attachment
    • sensitive and responsive parenting
    • time spent with infant
    • face to face interactions with the infant
  15. Avoidant Attachment
    • 20%
    • little distress at seperation
    • little joy at reunion
    • doesnt show love very expressively
  16. Predictors of Avoidant Attachment
    rejecting or abusive parenting
  17. Resistant Attachment
    • 10%
    • very upset at seperation
    • still upset and anxious at reunion
    • behaves as though it cant get enough love
  18. Predictors of Avoidant Attachment
    inconsistant parenting
  19. Infancy
    • Trust vs. Mistrust
    • Birth to age 1
  20. Early Childhood
    • Autonomy vs. shame and doubt
    • ages 1-3
  21. Play Age
    • Initiative vs. Guilt
    • ages 3-6
  22. School Age
    • Industry vs. Inferiority
    • ages 6-12
  23. Adolescence
    • Identity vs. Identity Confusion
    • ages 12-18
  24. Young Adulthood
    • Intimacy vs. Isolation
    • ages 18-30
  25. Adulthood
    • generativity vs. stagnation
    • ages 30-60`
  26. Old Age
    • integrity vs. despair
    • ages 60 to death
  27. Things that change in the transition to adolescence
    • physical body
    • brain
    • social relationships
    • responsibilites and expectations
    • identity
  28. Where does the most significant change in the neural system occur during adolescence?
    prefrontal cortex
  29. Faith
    • the relation of trust in and loyalty to the transcendant about which concept or beliefs are fashioned
    • not the same thing as belief
  30. Stage 0
    • primal
    • birth to 2
  31. Stage 1
    • Intuitive
    • ages 2-7
  32. Stage 2
    • Mythic
    • ages 7-12
  33. Stage 3
    • synthetic conventional
    • adolescence
  34. Stage 4
    • Reflective
    • young adulthood
  35. Stage 5
    • conjunctive
    • middle adulthood
  36. Stage 6
    • universalizing
    • middle age and beyond
  37. A disorder is not just extreme behaviors
  38. Disorders
    extreme behaviors that hurt the ability to function well in the world
  39. The 3 D's that mark something as a disorder
    • distress
    • dysfunction
    • deviance
  40. Anxiety Disorders
    • anxiety that is so intense or so frequent that it causes serious problems
    • many types
    • Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    • Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
    • OCD
    • Panic Disorder
    • Phobias
  41. Generalized Anxiety Disorder
    • difficulty controlling worry
    • restlessness
    • easily fatigued
    • concentration problems
    • irritability
    • muscle tension
    • sleep disturbance

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