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Inventions
Due Date: 9/22/2017
Subject: U.S. History 10 HR

Please choose one of the following questions to answer. You should…

·         Write in complete sentences (10 points)

·         Develop an argument (10 points)

·         Provide at least one example to support your position (10 points)

 

A.      After watching the Ted-Talk, how do you feel inventions have changed History, for better or for worse? How Inventions Change the World

B.      Of the following, which do you feel is the most important invention of all time? Why? Give specific examples to support your position on why this item is the most important. Inventions

 

10. Paper

9. Compass

8. Refrigeration

7. The printing press

6. Plumbing

5. Medicine

4. Engines

3. The wheel

2. Communications

1. Electricity 



FRQ Review 4th Quarter #1
Due Date: 3/26/2015
Subject: Psychology

FRQ Review #1

This FRQ brings up information from two units, Unit 5 States of Consciousness and Unit 6 Learning

1. Many people who are addicted to drugs report not being able to control themselves when their drug of choice is available. Learning principles may help explain this lack of control and may provide possible solutions.

A. Some people with alcohol dependence report that just the smell of alcohol creates a powerful sense of well-being, increasing the desire to drink the alcohol. Explain this reaction using a classical conditioning model, and describe one possible way to decrease the reaction. Use the following terms in your answer:
• Unconditioned stimulus
• Unconditioned response
• Conditioned stimulus
• Conditioned response
• Extinction

B. In cases of long-term addiction, some users report continuing their drug use to avoid the side effects of being without the drug. Explain this behavior using an operant conditioning model. Use the following terms in your answer.
• Tolerance
• Withdrawal
• Negative reinforcement



Unit 4 Sensation and Perception Test and Terms
Due Date: 2/23/2015
Subject: Psychology

Please remember that your test and your terms are due Monday, February 23rd.  You can find a copy of the test under the FILE MANAGER tab.  THANKS!



Unit 5: States of Consciousness Terms
Due Date: 2/6/2015
Subject: Psychology

Below are your terms for Unit 5: States of Conciousness!  These are due, Friday, Feb. 6th. 

AP Psychology

Unit 5 Terms: States of Consciousness

 

1.      Consciousness

2.      Circadian rhythm

3.      REM sleep

4.      Alpha waves

5.      Sleep

6.      Hallucinations

7.      Delta waves

8.      NREM sleep

9.      Insomnia

10.  Narcolepsy

11.  Sleep apnea

12.  Night terrors

13.  Dream

14.  Manifest content

15.  Latent content

16.  REM rebound

17.  Hypnosis

18.  Posthypnotic suggestion

19.  Dissociation

20.  Psychoactive drug

21.  Tolerance

22.  Withdrawal

23.  Physical dependence

24.  Psychological dependence

25.  Addiction

26.  Depressants

27.  Barbiturates

28.  Opiates

29.  Stimulants

30.  Amphetamines

31.  Methamphetamines

32.  Ecstasy (MDMA or Molly)

33.  Hallucinogens

34.  LSD

35.  Near-death experience

36.  THC

 

Remember:

1.      Article review due Monday, Feb. 2nd

2.      FRQ due Wednesday, Feb. 4th

3.      Terms for Unit 5 due Friday, Feb. 6th

4.      Test for Unit 5 Friday, Feb. 6th



FRQ 1
Due Date: 2/4/2015
Subject: Psychology

FRQ 1 Spring 2015

Unit 3-A: Neural Transmission

 

Name: __________________________  Date: _____________

 

 

1.

If you stub your toe, how does the impulse travel through your nervous system allowing you to pull your toe back and jump up and down in pain? Explain how this process occurs (including the process of neural transmission) using the following terms in context:

 

•     Sensory neuron

•     Peripheral nervous system

•     Central nervous system

•     Interneuron

•     Motor neuron

•     Action potential

•     Neurotransmitter

•     Synapse

 



Unit 3 Terms and Notes
Due Date: 1/30/2015
Subject: Psychology

Unit 2 Vocabulary

Neuroscience/Biological Foundations of Behavior

 

 


1.      Biological psychology

Neural communication

2.      Neuron

3.      Sensory neurons

4.      Motor neurons

5.      Interneurons

6.      Dendrite

7.      Axon

8.      Myelin sheath

9.      Action potential

10.  Threshold

11.  Synapse

12.  Neurotransmitter

13.  Reuptake

14.  Endorphins

The Nervous System

15.  Nervous system

16.  Central nervous system (CNS)

17.  Peripheral nervous system (PNS)

18.  Nerves

19.  Somatic nervous system

20.  Autonomic nervous system

21.  Parasympathetic nervous system

22.  Reflex

The Endocrine System

23.  Endocrine system

24.  Hormones

25.  Adrenal glands

26.  Pituitary gland

The Tools of Discovery: Having Our Head Examined

27.  Lesion

28.  Electroencephalogram (EEG)

29.  CT (computed tomography) scan

30.  PET  (positron emission tomography) scan

31.  MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)

32.  fMRI (functional MRI)

 

Older Brain Structures

You will be responsible for knowing what each portion of the brain does and where it is located. * indicates you do not have to define these on your term sheet. 

33.  Brainstem*

34.  Medulla*

35.  Reticular formation*

36.  Thalamus*

37.  Cerebellum*

38.  Limbic system*

39.  Amygdale*

40.  Hypothalamus*

The Cerebral Cortex

41.  Cerebral cortex*

42.  Glial cells*

43.  Frontal lobes*

44.  Parietal lobes*

45.  Occipital lobes*

46.  Temporal lobes*

47.  Motor cortex*

48.  Sensory cortex*

49.  Association areas*

50.  Aphasia

51.  Broca’s area*

52.  Wernicke’s Area*

53.  Plasticity

54.  Neurogenesis

Our Divided Brain

55.  Corpus callosum*

56.  Split brain

The Brain and Consciousness

57.  Consciousness

58.  Cognitive neuroscience

59.  Dual processing

 




 



Neuro, Brain, Genetics Article Review
Due Date: 1/29/2015
Subject: Psychology

Remember, you can choose any topics as long at it relates to neurology, the brain, or behavior genetics.  If you have any question, please ask or email Mrs. Hinds at mrshindsappsych@gmail.com.  

 

 

AP Psychology

Psychology in the News

Article Analysis

 

 

PYSCH TOPIC_________________________________________________________

 

HEADLINE ARTICLE____________________________________________________

 

AUTHOR_____________________________________________________________

 

PUBLICATION_________________________________________________________

 

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

HOW IS THIS RELATED TO THE TOPIC:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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