What part of health consists of your thoughs about what gives life purpose-- the meaning of life, religion?
C. Spiritual Health
What part of health consists of your feelings and reactions?
C. Emotional Health
What part of health consists of your thoughts, beliefs, attitudes and values?
C. Mental Health
What part of health consists of your interactions with others in social situations?
B. Social Health
Describe self efficacy
a person's belief that they can perform a task successfully
Describe self esteem
how much someone values and respect his or herself
What kind of theorists believe that behavior and personality are linked to their genetics?
What kind of theorists see an individual as a blank slate where impressions are made based on positivie and negative expericences ?
What kind of theorists study how the mind is involved in knowing, learning, remembering, and thinking?
What kind of theorists believe that all people are inherently good and are motivated to achieve their full potential?
What theory revolves around an individuals unconcious motivation?
What theory emphasizes the importance of the classification of the mind's structures and focused on concisous thought?
What theory studies the mind and behavior in adapting to the environment?
What theory debates whether or not children are born with what they were meant to have, some being bad seeds; and that all children are good, it is the way they are brought up that effects their actions?
B. Nature vs Nuture
Who created structuralism?
Who created functionalism?
What do the endocrine glands do?
create and release chemicals into the bloodstream
describe the function of the pituitary gland
releases hormones that regulate the hormone secretion of other glands
located at the bade of the skull
size of pea
controls release of hormones from the gonads
Describe the function of the adrenal gland
secretes epinephrine (adrenaline) and norepinephrine
affects moods, energy level and stress
What are the 3 parts of the Autonomic Nervous System?
sympathetic nervous system
parasympathetic nervous system
enteric nervous system
Describe the autonomic ervous system
involuntary systems and functions
important in the fight or flight response
e.g.: in stress or emergency give us extra adrenaline
e.g.: in non stress times allows us to rest and digest
What are the 3 phases of General Adaptation Syndrome?
What do you call what happens to our bodies when we experience stress?
General Adaptation Syndrome
our response to any change
What is anything that causes us to have to adjust to a new situation or change?
What do you call what happens to our bodies when we get stressed?
What is the name for stress that we can use positively for our personal growth is called?
e.g.: getting married, starting a new job
What is the name for stress that can have a negative effect on us?
e.g.: injury, financial problems, death of a loved one
What do you call something that helps you relieve stress?
a defense mechanism
What is the complete rejection of a feeling or situation?
Hiding feelings and not acknowledging them is called ?
Turning a feeling into the opposite feeling is called?
A. Reaction Formation
Transfering your thoughts and feelings onto others is called?
Feelings that are redirected to someone else is called?
Denying your feelings and comoing up with ways to justify your behavior is called?
Reverting back to your old behavior is called?
Redirection of feelings into a socially productive activity is called what?
What do you call the negative perception about a group of people as a whole which may or may not be true?
What is the name for a family in which there are physical, emotional, or other types of abuse or violence as well as any negative interactions?
A. Dysfunctional Family
What is the term used to describe a person who now gives up in the face of a challenge or difficulty consistently because they have failed in the past?
A. Learned Helplessness
_____ is when an an ovum or egg is fertilized by sperm.
_____ is a method used to prevent conception.
not having directo contact with partner's genitals is called _____.
_____ is thin latex designed to catch sperm upon ejaculation.
_____ aka 'the pill' is designed to prevent pregnancy
A. Oral Contraceptive
____ are chemicals meant to kill sperm
A small device used to block acces to the uterus is called?
A T-shaped device implanted in the uterus is called?
Drugs that are taken within 3 days to prevent pregnancy are called ______
D. Emergency Contraceptive
A progesterone (shot) that is given every 3 months is called ______.
C. Depo Provera
A long lasting contraceptive where 6 capsules are injected in the arm is called _______
Permanent fertility control done through surgical procedures is called _________.
The medical means of terminating a pregnancy is called an ______
What is the name for an M.D. specializing in obstetrics and gynecology?
Obstetrician - gynecologist
What is the name for an M.D. that provided comprehensive care of people of all ages?
What is the name for an experienced practitoners who can attend pregnancies and deliveries?
What is the name for identical twins?
What is the name for fraternal twins?
Something that determines physical traits and is inherited from one or both parents is called a ______.
the name for a fertilized ovum or egg is a ______
What is another name for a newborn?
What is the term used to describe the critical period of development of a fetus in the first 3 months in the womb?
brain damage cause by failure to breathe
mostly happens during pregnancy
How many pairs of chormosomes do humans have?
How many total chromosomes do humans have?
Describe Down syndrome
caused by having one extra chromosome
grand total of 47 chromosomes
Describe Mental Retardation
having a low IQ
having a low mental age of about 4 years old
a lack of responsiveness to other people
usually found in the first 2.5 years of childhood
What is the name for the disease that is also called German measles?
What is the 'Critical period'?
a period of development when a certain even will have the greatest impact
Describe Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
when babies are in the womb while their mother was consuming alcohol
causes slow growth, body and face malfunctions, nervous system disorders and mental retardation
Describe Fetal tobacco syndrome
happens if mother smokes while pregant
babies will have a 50% greater risk of childhood cancer
born with low birth weight
What is Amniocentesis?
when a sample is taken from fluid in the amniotic sac to be tested for diseases
What is the most popular method of delivery?
________ started instruction on natural prepared childbirth
C. Dr. Grantly Dick Read
What is the term used to describe when a baby is born in pool or bath ?
what is the term used to desribe when a baby is delivered surgically?
Describe RH Factor
a blood protein
i fmother is rh positive and carrying rh negative baby the mother will creat antibodies which will try ro kill the baby
leading to miscarriage
What is the term for depositing the semen into the body via athin tube by a doctor called?
Alternative insemination (artifical insemination)
Fertilization of the egg done outside the body then transferred back into the bodyis called ______.
In vitro fertilization
Who is known for teaching women breathing procedures to get through childbirth
What is the method of breathing through child birth as taugh by Ferdinand Lamaze
The growth of the brain is complete at birth.
The term used to describe the birth of a dead baby is?
The death of a child under the age of 1 year for no apparent reason is called ______
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Diseases which are transmitted sexually, such as herpes, and AIDS are called_________
a disease which can somtimed result in fatality that can occure with the excessive use of tampons or leaving a diaphragm in too long is known as ________.