LIFESPAN PSYCH
WELLBEING PSYCH
SCIENCE INQUIRY SKILLS
LIFESPAN 2
EMOTION
100

This stage in Erikson’s theory occurs in adolescence (12-18 years) and revolves around the conflict of identity versus role confusion.

What is the stage of "Identity vs. Role Confusion"?

100

This manual is used for diagnosing mental disorders but is criticized for potential overdiagnosis and subjectivity.

What is the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, 5th edition)?

100

This model considers biological, psychological, and social factors in explaining illness or health.

What is the Biopsychosocial model?

100

When a child significantly lags behind developmental milestones, this may indicate this type of development.

What is atypical development?

100

This emotion is often described as a mix of sadness and anger, typically in response to feeling powerless.

What is frustration?

200

 At this stage in Piaget's theory, children begin to use language and represent objects by images and words.

What is the Preoperational Stage (2-7 years)?

200

This term describes the ability to bounce back from adversity or challenges.

What is resilience?

200

This ethical principle requires researchers to obtain informed consent from participants before conducting experiments.

What is informed consent?

200

This term describes a specific time in development when certain stimuli have a profound effect on development.

What is a sensitive period?

200

This part of the brain, known as the "fear center," plays a key role in the processing of fear and emotional responses.

What is the amygdala?

300

During this stage (7-11 years) according to Piaget, children start to think logically about concrete events but struggle with abstract thinking.

What is the Concrete Operational Stage?


300

The state of well-being in which an individual realizes their own abilities, can cope with normal stresses of life, and can work productively.

What is mental health?

300

 One advantage of this type of research design is its ability to establish cause-and-effect relationships.

What is experimental design?

300

This type of coping involves facing a stressor directly and attempting to solve the problem.

What is problem-focused coping?

300

According to this theory, emotions and physiological responses occur simultaneously but independently.

What is Canon-Bard’s Theory of Emotion?

400

In Piaget's theory, this process occurs when existing schemas are modified or new ones are created to incorporate new information.

What is accommodation?

400

This type of therapy focuses on the connection between thoughts, feelings, and behaviors to improve mental health.

What is Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT)?

400

This group in an experiment does not receive the treatment or intervention being studied.

What is the control group?

400

Avoidance is an examples of this type of coping strategy.

What is maladaptive coping strategies?

400

This theory suggests that emotions are based on both physiological arousal and cognitive interpretation.

What is Schacter’s Two-factor Theory of Emotion?

500

 In Erikson's theory, this stage occurs during infancy (0-1 year) and centers around the conflict of trust versus mistrust.

What is the stage of "Trust vs. Mistrust"?

500

This term describes a state of optimal mental health characterized by happiness, fulfillment, and a sense of meaning.

What is flourishing?

500

This term refers to any variable other than the independent variable that could influence the dependent variable.

What are extraneous variables?

500

This behavior is characterized by the delay of tasks despite negative consequences.

What is procrastination?

500

This interconnected group of structures in the brain regulates emotions, memory, and arousal.

What is the limbic system?

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