Analyze cognitive, moral, and human development throughout the lifespan.
Analyze the lifespan using psychodynamic theories.
Use classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and observational learning theories to manage daily problems and improve the quality of life.
Use knowledge gained from an analysis of human development to understand personal challenges at different stages of life.
Understand how conditioning, learning, and cognition affect behavior.
Compare the theoretical development of the behavioral and cognitive perspectives in psychology.
Summarize the behavioral factors involved in perception, motivation, emotion, and consciousness.
Use the results of memory and problem-solving research to manage daily problems and improve the quality of life.
How is intelligence measured?
What are possible problems with various measurements?
How are memories stored?
How can we improve our memory?
Why do we need sleep?
How does conditioning influence behavior?
How can we effectively problem solve?
Why is it important to understand modeling?
Which is more influential, nature or nurture?
Contrast the various theories of development?
How do we acquire language?
How can parents/society ensure successful development for children?
How do we form our morals?