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AP Psychology Jeopardy
Round 1
Methods &
Approaches
Biological
Influences
Sensation &
Perception
Consciousness
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200
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States of
Wild Card
100
This is the variable in a study
that a researcher measures.

200
This is the research method
where one person is
examined in great depth.

300
Observing how teenagers behave at
a shopping mall without interfering or
attempting to alter this behavior
would be an example of this type of
research method.

400
An experimental design that reduces
possible confounding variables
because neither the researcher nor
the participant is aware of the
condition to which the participant is
assigned.

500
He developed the school of
Functionalism and wrote
Principles of Psychology –
one of the earliest psychology
textbooks.

100
Twin studies have been useful
in attempting to gain insight
into this ongoing debate in
psychology.

200
The brain and spinal cord
make up this part of the
nervous system.

300
This method of studying the
brain uses electrodes to
measure electrical brain wave
activity.

400
The autonomic nervous
system (ANS) is broken into
these two parts.

500
This part of the brain is known as the
“sensory switchboard” since it takes
information from all of the senses (except
smell) and sends it to the higher parts of
the brain, and then sometimes sends
information from these parts out to the
cerebellum and medulla.

100
A quick flash of the message
“Eat popcorn” on a single
frame of a movie reel would
be an example of this type of
stimuli.

200
This is the idea that we only
focus our awareness on a
limited aspect of what we
experience.

300
These receptor cells are
located near the center of the
retina and detect color and
detail.

400
According to the YoungHelmholtz trichromatic theory,
these are the three types of
color receptors in the retina.

500
This is an illusion where
adjacent lights blinking in
succession cause us to
perceive motion.

100
This is the stage of sleep that
involves the most vivid
dreaming.

200
A sleep disorder characterized
by suddenly and
uncontrollably lapsing directly
into REM sleep.

300
He was the main proponent of the
“wish fulfillment” theory of dreaming
– the idea that dreams represent
unconscious wishes and desires.

400
This is the deepest stage of
sleep, characterized by delta
waves, that becomes shorter or
nonexistent as the night
continues.

500
Our body’s daily “biological
clock” that functions on a 24hour cycle and is cued by
natural light and darkness.

100
The psychological perspective
that examines how natural
selection of traits promotes
the perpetuation of one’s own
genes.

200
These are the chemicals that
neurons use to communicate
across the synaptic gap.

300
The psychological perspective
that proposes that behavior
comes from unconscious
drives and conflicts.

400
No longer noticing the cold
temperature of a pool 30
minutes after jumping in is an
example of this.

500
The term for the way in which
the brain processes multiple
things at the same time.
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