5) Describe the process of forming a long-term memory, providing descriptions of sensory storage, short term and working memory and long-term storage. 6) Hypothetical question: you
6) Hypothetical question: you have a professor who you do NOT get along with and you have difficulty understanding the material in the class. Describe how you would handle the situation in terms of primary appraisal, secondary appraisal and EITHER emotion focused coping OR problem focused coping.
7) Name three strategies from the end of chapter 11 that you would like to try to help deal with stress in your life. Explain why you think that those strategies would work for you.
8) Differentiate the central route processing of a persuasive message from the peripheral route. Which is more likely to develop stronger attitudes?
9) Your book suggests four theories as to why stereotypes so often lead to prejudice and discrimination. Which theory do you think makes the strongest argument and why?
Extra credit: 2 points each
1) What are Gardner’s nine multiple intelligences or frames of mind? Provide a one sentence description of each.
2) What is positive psychology? What is your opinion of its usefulness?
3) What does Stanley Milgram’s experiment say about our obedience to authori