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lawrence kohlberg was criticized by who for being too male centered?
carroll gilligan
What theorist is responsible for the social learning theory?
Albert Bandura
language rules that trancend specific languages and cultures are called.................
deep structures
What theorist created the four cognitive stages of development?
Jean Piaget
Animism refers to...................
giving life to lifeless objects.
Who coined the word attachment?
John Bowlby
What are Jean Piaget\''s four cognitive stages? In order!
1. Sensorymotor
2. Preoperational
3. Concrete
4. Formal Operations
John Bowlby and Mary Ainsworth worked together on what theory?
Attachment theory
What is Epigenetic theory?
Genetics and environment work together to influence behavior.
A person who obeys group rules and seeks familial acceptance is in the _______________ stage of Loevingers ego development theory.
conformist
People are trustworthy, they have potential to understand themselves, they can solve their own problems, they are capable of self directed growth. This is the belief of what kind of therapy?
Person Centered
Erik Erickson would consider a 4- year old child to be in the _________________ stage of personality development.
Initiative vs. Guilt stage
John B Watson is well known for his experiments involving ....................
a rat
In Ivan Pavlov\'s famous experiments with dogs, the conditoned stimulus was................
bell, buzzer, tone.
frued believed that fixation results from.....................
both overgratification, and undergratification
Who is known for the 10 stages of ego development?
Jane Loevinger
Who is responsible for creating the needs hierarchy?
Maslow
What is Operant Conditioning?
Operant Conditioning \"operates\" on the environment, and is maintained by its consequences. It deals with reinforcement and punishment.
According to Piaget, when people use their existing cognitive framework to understand new information, they are invlolved in a process of adaptation called....................
Assimilation
What is classical conditioning?
When a stimulus (S) elicites a certain response (R) through conditioning.
According to piaget, individuals can think abstractly and logically when they reach the _________________ stage.
Formal Operational
Noam Chomsky\'s theory of development is considered to be a ..........................
Nativist Approach
In classical conditioning, when people present a conditioned stimulus at the same time as the unconditioned stimulus, they are using.................
simultaneous conditioning
Which theorist is known for Operant Conditioning?
B. F. Skinner
Who is known for their 8 stages of pschosocial development?
Erik Erickson
teenagers do stupid thing because they believe they are special and they cannot be hurt. these teenagers have created a .................................
personal fable
Aging is biological, social, and..........
psychological
What theorist created 6 stages of Moral Development?
Lawrence Kohlberg
Biological aging refers to people\'s perceptions of how old or young they feel. T,F
False
Nature vs. Nurtur?
Nature= Behavior is influenced by a persons innate qualities. Nurture= Behavior traits occure from personal experience.
The term \"self actualization\" was first thought of by what famous theorist?
Kurt Goldenstein
children who are clingy and react strongly to separation from their caretakers are considered by Mary Ainsworth to display................
ambivalent attachment
Which theorist is known for classical conditioning?
Ivan Pavlov
Leon Festinger coined the term...............
cognitive dissonance
How many morphemes does the word \"books\" have?
2
Intelligence is accounted for mainly by a person\'s ___________.
genetics
Refered to as the master motive, final stage of psychological development, and a persons full potential.
Self-Actualization
Children learn object permanance in what stage of piagets cognitive development?
sensorimotor
______________ ______________ is the most successful form of conditioning.
delayed conditioning
The appropriate use of grammer is defined as a .............
syntax
Catabolism refers to .............
The body\'s decline to death from it\'s peak
Frued's Basic Instict that operates on the pleasure principle.  Instant gratification.
ID
Operates on Frued's reality principle.  Helps make reality based and socially acceptable decisions.
Ego
Operates on Frueds Morality principle internalized trough societal rules and morals
Superego
Frued's stage where sexual desires become dormant as the individual focuses on social skills
Latency stage (6-11)
Frued's stage where Puberty causes a reemergence of sexual urges.
Genital Stage
Developed individual Psychology
Alfred Adler
Developed the birth order Theory
Alfred Adler
Who named 10 patterns of Neurotic needs
Karen Horney
Developed Interpersonal Psychoanalysis:  People mental disorders stem from disfunctional patterns in in their interpersonal relationships.
Henry Stack Sullivan
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