Here are some websites to get you started. Also if you find one that is useful add it as a comment for other students to use! http://recipesource.com/ http://www.recipeatlas.com/ http://allrecipes.com/Recipes/World-Cuisine/Main.aspx http://www.world-recipes.info/ http://www.hospitalityguild.com/Recipes/recipes_from_around_the_world.htm
Go to the following website: http://bcs.worthpublishers.com/hspsych8e/default.asp Click on “Psychsim Tutorials” In the Blue Menu on the left side scroll down to chapter 9 and the links for the activities will be there
This is not exclusive…but a more specific guide to study from: Parenting Styles Human Nucleus Chromosomes Difference between X and Y Chromosomes Monozygotic/dizygotic twins Temperament Effects of smoking during pregnancy Skills of infants Why is it difficult to test infants? Pros/cons of cross-sectional studies Pros/cons of longitudinal studies Cohort Schema Assimilation Accommodation Piaget’s stages of [...]
Subliminal Messages Feature detectors Gestalt Psychology Figure and ground Proximity Continuation Closure Similarity Size/shape constancy Convergence Bottom-up/Top-down processing Motion parallax Phi phenomenon/effect Retinal disparity Monocular cues Pheromones Perception Sensation Lens Pupil Iris Fovea Retina Fovea Cornea Nearsighted(myopia) Far sighted Cones Rods Dark adaptation Optic nerve Ganglion/bipolar cells The order of the impulse in the [...]
http://www.bbc.co.uk/science/humanbody/body/interactives/senseschallenge/senses.swf http://www.exploratorium.edu/seeing/exhibits/bird.html http://www.exploratorium.edu/exhibits/mix_n_match/ http://library.thinkquest.org/J002330/
Critical Thinking Exercise Possible Answers *Remember, the brain works together, so some scenarios could have different answers then the ones I give. Area of Damage Function Reticular Activating System Arousal Cerebellum Fine Motor Movements and balance Frontal Lobe Personality, planning, decision making, movements, speech Hippocampus Storage of memories; deciding where memories should go Motor [...]
Parts of a neuron and the function Cerebellum Spinal cord Medulla Midbrain Why would the corpus callosum be cut? Action potential Parietal lobe Frontal lobe Temporal lobe Occipital lobe Language control Peripheral/central nervous system Endocrine system Split-brain patient abilities Sensory, motor, inter neurons Distinction between left and right hemispheres Broca’s Area Amygdala Thalamus Neurotransmitters Reticular [...]
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Adler’s theory All defense mechanisms Why Freud’s theories aren’t used as much in Psychology today Psychodynamic theory Projective Tests Criticisms of Projective Tests Freud’s stages of psycho-social development Id, ego, superego Big Five Personality Traits Criticisms of the Big Five Personality Traits Oedipus/Electra complex Definition of neo-Freudian Definition of empirically MMPI Standardized tests Catharsis How [...]
Transactional leader Transformational leader Motivated behaviors vs. reflexes Text definition of motivation Drive reduction theory Energy theory by Lorenz Homeostasis and motivation Drive vs. incentive Intrinsic vs. extrinsic motivation Delay of gratification studies Glucose Insulin High level of insulin and appetite Set point Leptin Hypothalamus and eating Ventromedial vs. lateral hypothalamus Who overeats? What [...]
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