Flashcards in Test 1 Class Deck (22):
Describe what a "double blind" design is.
When the researcher and the people in the experiment don't know if they are in the control or experiment group
Where is the chemical process located during neural transmission?
Name a person associated with the humanist perspective?
Which nervous system is the spinal cord part of?
What psychological perspective is B.F skinner associated with?
What is at the top of maslows hierarchy of needs?
What kind of cells form myelin?
What is the difference between a ventricle & a vesicles?
Vesicles release neurotransmitter
Ventricle the hole the cavities the empty space in the brain
When the electrical charges inside an axon & outside an axon come closer together
behaviorists think people are born as
What statistical test measures how likely it is that someone made a type I error?
What is g Stanley hall known for?
Brought psychology structuralism to the United States
Which correlation is the strongest?
What two ions cross the axon membrane to allow the passage of action potentials?
Sodium & potassium
Are SAT scores influenced by sleep
What's the dependent variable?
What three things make up the brain stem?
The pons the medulla the midbrain
Who is main person associated with functionalism
What neurotransmitter is involved with Alzheimer's disease?
Which perspective is client centered therapy associated w|?
What part of the hindbrain is responsible for balance & motor coordination & is disturbed greatly by alcohol
What does the "all or none" law mean w| regards to neural transmission & action potential
It either happens or it doesn't. It's either triggered or it's not,