Sociocultural The study of how behavior and thinking can vary across socio-cultural situations. Accept behavioral or physical changes as evidence of physiological arousal. The group regressed and their immature behavior drove Ellie away because defense mechanisms apply to individuals, not groups. You've reached the end of your free preview. Milgram7s finding ,ere that 94H complied fully A right up to the last s,itch. A student may also add incorrect classical conditioning terms if there is a behavior and a consequence however, see the do not score example below.
The student does not have to identify the specific principle by name. It is complementary to evolutionary because the structures and functions of the brain that promote survival are the most likely to develop. Within a point, a student will not be penalized for misinformation unless it directly contradicts correct information that would otherwise have scored a point.
Energy and self1 confidence rise ,hich accounts for ,hy people use it as a mood enhancer or to improve athletic performance. The term circadian rhythm alone does not. Fie,ing events in a positive ,ay. To score the point, the student must correctly refer to either internal or external locus of control.
Conditioning may have occurred prior to Ellie s arrival at these meetings Ellie had gone to meetings at her old school and was ignored does score. She begins to suck her thumb or cry or throw a tantrum and this turns off the members of the club. Ignore the mistake if the student inadvertently writes the word repression instead of the word regression but still correctly describes an instance of regression.
The student does not clearly identify both a behavior and a consequence that would earn Point 7. Behavioral The study of how we learn from the environment around us.
Behavior is attending meeting, pain is consequence. Additional guidelines: a. A student can only score points if information is presented in the context of the question.
POINT 8: Circadian Rhythm To score this point, the student must describe a disruption of Ellie s biological rhythm or a mismatch between Ellie s biological rhythm and the biological rhythms of other members of the club. Reference to sleep, energy, time zones, jet lag, etc. The student does not have to identify the specific principle by name.
Point 2 was earned because the student states that a mnemonic device can be useful for remembering names. A student will not be penalized for defining a term. Helping and hindering friendship do not necessarily have to be established for each of the eight points as long as it is clear that the student s answer relates to the topic of helping and hindering friendship. Preoccupation ,ith delusion or hallucination often ,ith themes of persecution or gra ndiosity. This is simply an example of possible answers. Ellie is ignored and she stops coming.
POINT 6: Regression To score this point, the student must establish a less mature pattern of behavior, a behavior that characterizes childhood development, or an infantile behavior. B lymphocytes are formed in the bone marro, and fights bacterial inflections. The group is obnoxious and Ellie leaves. The essay does not include an attempt for Point The College Board. It is complementary to the neuroscience perspective because our cognitive ability is dependent on our brain function.