Psyc102 Study Guide 4
Know the Following Terms and Concepts

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Discrete emotions theory (main ideas)
    Universal emotions/expressions
    primary vs secondary emotions
    role of culture in emotions
    real vs. fake emotions/expressions (Duchenne vs. Pan Am smile)
    role of brain/limbic system in real vs. fake emotions
Cognitive theory of emotions (main ideas)
    James-Lange theory
    Cannon Bard theory
    Somatic marker hypothesis
    Two factor theory
Facial feedback hypothesis   
Lying and lie detection
        deviations from normal expressive patterns
    effects of money, marriage, religion, politics, etc.
factors work against happiness
    adapation theory (or hedonic treadmill)
    upward and downward social comparisons
    asymmetry of affective experience

Intelligence and IQ
How to define?

History of Intelligence testing
    Galton and sensory processing
    Alfred Binet
    Lewis Terman
    Stanford/Binet test
        IQ formula: mental age/chronological age X 100
    Wechsler scales
        verbal score
        performance score
        total score
    Group administered IQ tests
        Army alpha/beta
        SATs, ACTs, GREs, etc.
IQ tests: standardization and norms
Giftedness and Intellectual Disability
Sex and IQ
Theoretical approaches to intelligence
    Spearman's little g
    Guilford and Thurstones multiple abilities
    Cattel's fluid and crystalized intelligence
    Gardner's Mulitiple intelligences
    Sternberg's triarchic theory
Genetics vs. Environment 
    Effects of poverty
    Jensen and cumulative deficit hypothesis
    effects of breastfeeding
    Twin studies
    Flynn effect
Biological Basis of IQ
    brain volume
    working memory
    prefrontal cortex
    processing speed
Creativity and IQ