AP Psychology Practice Test

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History and Approaches4%
Research Methods8%
Biological Bases of Behavior8%
Sensation and Perception7%
States of Consciousness 4%
Learning8%
Cognition9%
Motivation and Emotion7%
Developmental Psychology8%
Personality7%
Testing and Individual Differences 7%
Abnormal Behavior8%
Treatment of Abnormal Behavior6%
Social Psychology9%
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  • Vocabulary Terms: 442

Test Standards

History and Approaches
1. (1.1)  Philosophy And Physiology
2. (1.2)  Theoretical Approaches
3. (1.3)  Applying Theories
4. (1.4)  Domains
5. (1.5)  Major Figures
Research Methods
1. (II.1)  Research Types
2. (II.2)  Research Design
3. (II.3)  Variables
4. (II.4)  Randomization
5. (II.5)  Predict Validity
6. (II.6)  Descriptive Vs Inferential
7. (II.7)  Apply Descriptive Measures
8. (II.8)  Definitions And Measurement
9. (II.9)  Ethical Issues
10. (II.10)  Ethical/legal Guidelines
Biological Bases of Behavior
1. (III.1)  Processes And Systems
2. (III.2)  Drugs And Neurotransmitters
3. (III.3)  Endocrine System
4. (III.4)  Nervous System
5. (III.5)  Neuroplasticity
6. (III.6)  Research Strategies
7. (III.7)  Heredity, Environment, Evolution
8. (III.8)  Traits And Behavior
9. (III.9)  Key Contributors
Sensation and Perception
1. (4.1)  Transduction
2. (4.2)  Sensory Processes
3. (4.3)  Sensory Disorders
4. (4.4)  Awareness Of The World
5. (4.5)  Experience And Culture
6. (4.6)  Top-down Processing
7. (4.7)  Attention
8. (4.8)  Parapsychology
9. (4.9)  Historical Figures
States of Consciousness
1. (V.1)  Describe States
2. (V.2)  Sleep And Dreaming
3. (V.3)  Hypnosis
4. (V.4)  Hypnotic Phenomena
5. (V.5)  Drug Categories
6. (V.6)  Drug Dependence
7. (V.7)  Major Figures
Learning
1. (VI.1)  Conditioning
2. (VI.2)  Classical Conditioning
3. (VI.3)  Operant Conditioning
4. (VI.4)  Quality Of Learning
5. (VI.5)  Graphs
6. (VI.6)  Biological Constraints
7. (VI.7)  Learning
8. (VI.8)  Apply Learning Principles
9. (VI.9)  Behavioral Problems
10. (VI.10)  Key Contributors
Cognition
1. (VII.1)  Cognitive Processes
2. (VII.2)  Systems Of Memory
3. (VII.3)  Encoding, Storage, Construction
4. (VII.4)  Memory Improvement
5. (VII.5)  Language
6. (VII.6)  Strategies
7. (VII.7)  Creative Thought
8. (VII.8)  Cognitive Psychology
Motivation and Emotion
1. (VIII.1)  Motivational Concepts
2. (VIII.2)  Biological Underpinnings
3. (VIII.3)  Motivational Theories
4. (VIII.4)  Specific Systems
5. (VIII.5)  Stress
6. (VIII.6)  Theories Of Emotion
7. (VIII.7)  Cultural Influences
8. (VIII.8)  Key Contributors
Developmental Psychology
1. (IX.1)  Nature And Nurture
2. (IX.2)  Fetal Development
3. (IX.3)  Motor Skills
4. (IX.4)  Social Factors
5. (IX.5)  Cognitive Abilities
6. (IX.6)  Moral Development
7. (IX.7)  Adolescence
8. (IX.8)  Parenting Styles
9. (IX.9)  Intimacy
10. (IX.10)  Ageing
11. (IX.11)  Sex And Gender
12. (IX.12)  Developmental Psychology
Personality
1. (X.1)  Theories And Approaches
2. (X.2)  Research Methods
3. (X.3)  Assessment Strategies
4. (X.4)  Cultural Context
5. (X.5)  Personality Theory
Testing and Individual Differences
1. (XI.1)  Define Intelligence
2. (XI.2)  Culture Influence
3. (XI.3)  Theories Of Intelligence
4. (XI.4)  Tests
5. (XI.5)  Scores
6. (XI.6)  Labels
7. (XI.7)  Testing Practices
8. (XI.8)  Intelligence Research
Abnormal Behavior
1. (XII.1)  Describe Conceptions
2. (XII.2)  DSM
3. (XII.3)  Diagnostic Categories
4. (XII.4)  Various Approaches
5. (XII.5)  Consequences Of Labels
6. (XII.6)  Legal System
Treatment of Abnormal Behavior
1. (XIII.1)  Intervention
2. (XIII.2)  Treatment Orientations
3. (XIII.3)  Treatment Formats
4. (XIII.4)  Effectiveness
5. (XIII.5)  Cultural And Ethnic Context
6. (XIII.6)  Prevention Strategies
7. (XIII.7)  Psychological Treatments
Social Psychology
1. (XIV.1)  Attribution Theory
2. (XIV.2)  Group Behavior
3. (XIV.3)  Expectations
4. (XIV.4)  Attitudes
5. (XIV.5)  Impact Of Others
6. (XIV.6)  Different Treatment
7. (XIV.7)  Social/cultural Categories
8. (XIV.8)  Self-fulfilling Prophecy
9. (XIV.9)  Altruism, Aggression, Attraction
10. (XIV.10)  Attitude Formation
11. (XIV.11)  Social Psychology