AP / General Psychology Crossword Bundle (35 Puzzles!)

AP / General Psychology Crossword Bundle (35 Puzzles!)
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    These high school (AP or general) psychology crosswords make wonderful vocabulary reviews for students. With 35 puzzles, this bundle gets more bang for your buck, and highlights vocabulary that is necessary for AP success!

    You will get NINE volumes of puzzles:

    Volume 1-History and Statistics

    1) History of Psychology (behavior, psychology, Hobbes, Locke, James, materialism, brain, Descartes, empiricism, structuralism, Darwin, functionalism, dualism, mind, reflex, natural selection, Titchener, Wundt)

    2) Approaches of Study (behaviorism, Skinner, Pavlov, cognitive, unconscious, Maslow, genetics, Rogers, repressed, sociocultural, Watson, Freud, behavior modification, classical conditioning, self-actualization, conscious, biological, humanistic)

    3) Experimental & Clinical Research (causation, case study, double-blind study, operational, clinical trial, reliability, confounding variable, independent variable, single-blind study, representative, experiment, dependent variable, conceptual, external validity, internal validity, placebo, control group)

    4) Statistics (alternative hypothesis, rejected, applied science, null hypothesis, mean, basic research, standard deviation, confidential, representative, population, sample, percentiles, normal distribution curve, debriefing, correlation, skew, variability, accepted, chance, positive correlation, informed consent, mode, median)

    Volume 2-Neuroanatomy

    5) Physiology and the Nervous System (reflexes, electroencephalogram, autonomic nervous system, parasympathetic nervous system, somatic nervous system, positron emission tomography (PET), afferent neurons, functional MRI, homeostasis, physiological, central nervous system, fight-or-flight response, efferent neurons, sympathetic nervous system)

    6) Neuroanatomy (parietal lobe, temporal lobe, limbic system, activating, midbrain, occipital lobe, Broca's region, medulla oblongata, hypothalamus, corpus collasum, pons, cerebellum, hippocampus, Roger Sperry, prontal, apraxia, amygdala, thalamus, Wernicke)

    7) Neurotransmitters & Hormones (dopamine, soma, axon, nodes of Ranvier, endorphins, neurotransmitters, dendrites, thyroid, adrenal glands, glutamate, pituitary gland, GABA, norepinephrine, myelin sheaths, nerve impulse, acetylcholine, synapse, serotonin, endorphins, hormones, nerves)

    8) Genetics (phenotype, genotype, traits, environment, chromosomes, dominant gene, mutations, pedigrees, Down's syndrome, behavioral genetics, deoxyribonucleic acid, Huntington's chorea, Bouchard, Darwin)

    Volume 3-Perception

    9) Thresholds & Receptor Processes (absolute threshold, sensation, Weber, receptor, psychophysics, transduction, rejection, tip-of-the-tongue phenomenon, miss, false negative, detection, hit, subliminal perception, signal, contralateral shift)

    10) Visual Perception (retina, cornea, sensory coding, optic chiasma, rods, cones, serial processing, afterimage, distal stimulus, proximal stimulus, trichromatic, parallel processing, color blindness, aqueous humor, dichromats, visual sensation)

    11) Auditory, Olfactory, Tactile, & Gustatory Perception (gustation, tympanic membrane, outer ear, adaptation, stapes, kinesthetics, ossicles, cilia, vestibular sacs, conductive deafness, sensorineural deafness, habituation, deafness, sound waves, cutaneous receptors, olfaction, frequency, place theory)

    12) Attention & Perceptual Processes (binocular depth cues, symmetry, interposition, filter, disparity, relative position, closure, monocular depth cues, closure, cocktail party phenomenon, motion parallax, continuity, attentional resource theories, similarity, attention, selective attention, proximity, divided attention, bottom-up processing, shadowing, law of Pragnanz)

    Volume 4-Sleep and Psychoactive Drugs

    13) Consciousness & Sleep (William James, automatic processing, electroencephalogram, insomnia, latent content, William Dement, beta waves, controlled processing, alpha waves, hallucinations, night terrors, sleep apnea, melatonin, preconscious, somnambulism, narcolepsy, circadian rhythm, REM sleep, consciousness, Sternberg)

    14) Hypnosis & Psychoactive Drugs (dependence, posthypnotic suggestions, caffeine, narcotics, tolerance, tranquilizers, cocaine, nicotine, barbiturates, withdrawal, amphetamine, hallucinogens, hypnosis, Hilgard's theory of the hidden observer, alcohol, hypnosis)

    Volume 5-Conditioning and Learning

    15) Classical Conditioning (contingency approach, learning, response, Pavlov, Delay, spontaneous recovery, acquisition, discrimination, unconditioned response, generalization, conditioned stimulus, stimulus, contiguity approach, second-order conditioning, forward conditioning)

    16) Operant Conditioning (variable reinforcement, negative reinforcement, token economy, shaping, learned helplessness, natural reinforcement, partial reinforcement schedule, continuous reinforcement schedule, omission training, positive reinforcement, Skinner, Thorndike)

    17) Social Learning & Cognitive Processes (modeling, cognitive map, long-term potentiation, vicarious learning, Hebb, Bandura, Kandel, Garcia effect, social learning, aversion, neuromodulators, latent learning, Tolman)

    18) Memory (primacy, chunking, Sperling, procedural memory, recency, proactive interference, flashbulb memory, elaborative rehearsal, sensory memory, episodic memory, maintenance rehearsal, reconstruction, semantically encoded, source amnesia, echoic, retroactive interference, encoded, decay, iconic, partial report)

    19) Language (phonemes, prosody, concept, Chomsky, syntax, overgeneralization, acquisition, linguistic relativity, holophrases, surface structure, Skinner, deep structure, telegraphic speech, language, grammar)

    20) Cognition & Problem Solving (functional fixedness, algorithms, framing, divergent thinking, inductive reasoning, creativity, availability heuristic, cognition, mental set, confirmation bias, hindsight bias, insight, Kohler, convergent thinking, deductive reasoning)

    Volume 6-Motivation and Stress

    21) Biological Bases for Motivation (estrogens, anorexia nervosa, primary drives, secondary drives, insulin, bulimia nervosa, ventromedial hypothalamus, body dysmorphia, androgens, hypothalamus, leptin, Yerkes-Dodson law, homeostasis, motivation, set point, drive-reduction theory, instinct, arousal theory, pituitary gland, lateral hypothalamus)

    22) Theories of Motivation & Behavior (intrinsic, self-efficacy, cognitive dissonance, James-Lange theory, Cannon-Bard theory, Henry Murray, physiological needs, self-determination, Paul Ekman, self-actualization, overjustification, approach-approach, approach-avoidance, Abraham Maslow, extrinsic, Kurt Lewin)

    23) Stress (chronic stress, stressors, fight-or-flight response, stress, Type-A, transient, corticosterone, Type-B, Hans and Selye, general adaptation syndrome, alarm, exhaustion, attack, Richard Lazarus)

    Volume 7-Development

    24) Life-Span Approach (nature vs. nurture debate, critical period, collectivist, normative development, culture, Erik Erikson, maturationists, environmentalists, discontinuous, Locke, longitudinal method, tabula rasa, life-span psychologists, cross-sectional method, developmental psychology)

    25) Physical Development (neonate, stereotyped ingestive responses, environment, fetal alcohol syndrome, Moro reflex, orienting reflex, embryonic stage, teratogens, sucking reflex, stages, Babinski reflex, palmar reflex, zygote)

    26) Cognitive Development (Jean Piaget, conservation, object permanence, concrete operational stage, Lev Vygotsky, crystallized intelligence, formal operational stage, equilibration, artificialism, symbolic thinking, egocentrism, fluid intelligence, animism, assimilation, accomodation, pre-operational stage, sensorimotor stage)

    27) Social Development (Albert Bandura, Erik Erikson, stagnation, Harry Harlow, Carol Gilligan, constancy, psychosexual development, fidelity, attachment, Mary Ainsworth, anal stage, authoritarian parenting, generativity, gender identity, conventional morality, authoritative parenting, John Bowlby, phallic stage, permissive parenting)

    Volume 8-Personality and Intelligence Testing

    28) Psychoanalytic Theories (reality principle, reaction formation, regression, superego, dream analysis, persona, pleasure principle, denial, repression, rationalization, displacement, id, association, psychodynamic, compensation, Carl Jung, inferiority complex, Karen Horney, shadow, archetypes, ego, sublimation)

    29) Humanistic, Social-Cognitive, and Trait Theories (self-concept, halo effect, unconditional positive regard, Gordon Allport, actualization, humanistic approaches, temperament, idiographic analysis, incongruence, self-concept, Hans Eysenck, Mary Rothbart, Jerome Kagan, Albert Bandura, external locus of control, Walter Mischel, nomothetic analysis)

    30) Intelligence Testing Basics (aptitude test, validity, Flynn effect, internal validity, external validity, split-half reliability, power tests, inventory-type tests, achievement tests, standardization sample, speed tests, projective tests, norms, Thematic Apperception Test, Rorschach Inkblot Test

    31) Intelligence Testing (emotional intelligence, g factor, intelligence quotient, gifted, Stanford-Binet Intelligence Scale, Robert Sternberg, Charles Spearman, kinesthetic, intelligence, intrapersonal intelligence, Louis Thurstone, heritability, interpersonal intelligence, Daniel Goleman, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, normal distribution, Howard Gardner)

    Volume 9-Abnormal and Social Psychology

    32) Theories of Psychopathology & Anxiety and Mood Disorders (abnormal behavior, biological, obsessive-compulsive disorder, humanistic, behavioral, DSM-5, panic attacks, obsessions, factitious disorders, generalized anxiety disorder, phobias, sociocultural, compulsions, somatoform, traumatic, hysteria, anxiety, psychoanalytic)

    33) Schizophrenic, Personality, Dissociative, and Disruptive Behavior Disorders (dopamine, depression, antisocial personality disorder, amnesia, histrionic personality disorder, narcissistic personality disorder, bipolar disorder, disorganized schizophrenia, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, dissociative identity disorder, catatonic schizophrenia, undifferentiated schizophrenia, mood disorder, paranoid schizophrenia, autism, Asperger syndrome)

    34) Treatment of Psychological Disorders (psychotropic drugs, implosion, electroconvulsion therapy, modeling, flooding, lobotomy, anxiolytics, serotonin, transference, free association, aversion therapy, Gestalt, countertransference, extinction, antisychotics, twelve-step program, behavioral therapy, serotonin reuptake inhibitors)

    35) Social Psychology (persuasion, cognitive dissonance, mere exposure effect, bystander effect, prejudice, stereotypes, situational attribution, social loafing, conformity, group polarization, compliance, dispositional attribution, group dynamics, dehumanization, groupthink, Milgram, self-fulfilling hypothesis, Hawthorne, self-serving bias)

    This bundle consists of nine products:

    Volume 1-History and Statistics

    Volume 2-Neuroanatomy

    Volume 3-Perception

    Volume 4-Sleep and Psychoactive Drugs

    Volume 5-Conditioning and Learning

    Volume 6-Motivation and Stress

    Volume 7-Development

    Volume 8-Personality and Intelligence Testing

    Volume 9-Abnormal and Social Psychology

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