Type
Crossword
Description

A close emotional bond between two people Attachment
Worked with Emerson to prove taht children form attachments based on sensitivity to needs rather than amount of time spent with a carer. Schaffer
First to carry out the Strange Situations experiment. Ainsworth
British psychoanalyst reknown for his work on attachment. Bowlby
Term used tyo describe an innate desire to form an attchment. Nativist
Inability to show concern for others. Antisocial Psychopathy
The temporary or permanent loss of an attachment. Deprivation
Identified the difference between the loss of an attachment and the non-existnece of an attachment. Rutter
Behaviour learnt through sensory experience. Empiricist
Type of attachment formed as a result of a caregiver being sensitive to the needs of the child. Secure
An innate attachment to one main care giver. Monotropy
Hypothesis put forward by Bowlby describing the loss or break in continuous care. Maternal deprivation
Term coined by Lorenz as a result of his work with birds. Imprinting
Her reserach showed that the effects of deprivtaion can be reversed depending on what happens after the separation period. Tizard
Never having made an attachment. Privation
Number of 'thieves' in Bowlby's study. Forty four

Psychology - Attachment Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A two-way reciprical process where an emotional connection develops between an infant and their primary caregiver. reciprocity
City in which Schaffer & Emerson's 1964 study took place. glasgow
Stage 2 of Schaffer & Emerson's stages of attachment. Indiscriminate
The phenomenom whereby bird species that are mobile from birth attach to and follow the first moving object they see. imprinting
Harlow (1958) demonstrated the importance of this. contact comfort
The one special attachment an infant forms with their mother according to Bowlby. monotropy
The type of conditionig that involves learning to associate two stimuli together so that we begin to respond to one in the same way as we already respond to the other. classical
The type of conditioning that involves learning to repeat behaviour, or not, depending on it's consequences. operant
When an infant with a good attachment will stay fairly close to the caregiver. proximity seeking
Type B attachment (Ainsworth). secure
Psychologist who researched into culteral variations in attachment. van ijzendoorn
Extended separation can lead to this. deprivation
Bowlby believed that if children were deprived of maternal care for too long during the critical period they would suffer this. mental retardation
The psychologist who carried out the ERA longditudinal study. Rutter
What did Hazan & Shaver (1987) post in a local newspaper. the love quiz
The percentage of people who were the insecure resistant attachment type in Hazan & Shaver's study. nineteen

Animal Behavior Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An action or series of actions performed by an animal in response to a stimulus behavior
trial and error learning occurs under highly controlled conditions operantconditioning
selection in which a mate is chosen based on a certain trait or set of traits sexualselection
ensures the survival of young parentalcare
scientist who carried out a classical conditioning experiment training a dog to associate a ringing bell with food pavlov
a pattern behavior that occurs when an action always occurs the same way without being taught fixedaction
when scientist study behavior, they investigate two kinds of questions, how and ______ why
genetically programmed behavior innate
learning that can ONLY occur during a specific period early in life and cannot be changed once it occurs imprinting
there are 2 major influences on animal behavior, reproductive success and ________ survival
a female "evaluating" the male before she decides whether to mate is a behavior referred to as ________ matechoice
person noticing males often have extreme characteristics that they display during courtship darwin
reproduction often has a greater metabolic cost and greater investment from the _________ female
Can be a sound, posture, movement, color, scent, or facial expression signal
man who observed imprinting when he raised a group of newly hatched goslings lorenz
Type of behavior protecting a resource for exclusive use territorial
vocal communication is likely most developed in primates
learning by association conditioning
scientists who study how animals behave and the adaptive significance of behavior ethologist
American psychologist that demonstrated operant conditioning skinner
behavior performed by an animal to locate, obtain, and consume food foraging
ability to analyze a problem and think of a possible solution reasoning
development of behaviors through experience is called learning
trial and error learning that occurs under highly controlled conditions operantconditioning

muscular system Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Shorten, become smaller and tighter. contract
to loosen, go back to original length. relax
a muscle at the front of the upper arm. It lifts and bends the lower arm when it contracts. biceps
What is a flexible, but an elastic cord that attaches a muscle to the bone? tendon
the name of a muscle that straightens your arm. triceps
Your skeletal system works with your muscular system to allow? movement
what muscles work all by themselves to make your heart pump blood? heart
when you specifically make your muscles work voluntary
a kind of muscle acts independently of the will. involuntary
muscular system is an organ system consisting of skeletal muscles, smooth muscles and cardiac
What muscles are controlled directly by the autonomic nervous system. smooth
What can a loss of function can produce? paralysis
What is one of the muscles used in sprinting? hamstring
What is one of the muscles used in a baseball swing? abdominal
What is the muscle that allows you to shrug your shoulders? trapezius

Ch. 10 Grief and Loss Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

theory
spirituality
loss
coping
attachment
theories
recovery
homeostasis
disenfranchised
bowlby
adapting
support
mourning
grieving
denial
behaviors
acceptance

Attachment Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

selfesteem
responsive
ainsworth
bowlby
refuelling
anchoring
caring
supportive
accessible
trust
social
emotional
secondary
primary
belonging
comfort
protect
safehaven
securebase
security
attachment

Biology Chapter 1 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

An organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about he natural world Science
The act of noticing and describing events or processes in an orderly way Observation
Logical interpretation Inference
Scientific explanation for a set of observations Hypothesis
An experiment where one variable is always the same Controlled experiment
A variable that is deliberately changed Independent variable
Changes in response to the independent variable Dependent variable
Exposed to the same conditions except for one ind. variable Control group
Detailed records Data
Ties many hypothesis together Theory
Particular preference or point of view Bias
The study of life Biology
Genetic code DNA
A signal to which an organism responds Stimulus
Cells from two parents unite to form the first cell of a new organism Sexual reproduction
Single organism produces offspring identical to itself Asexual reproduction
Living things maintain a stable internal environment Homeostasis
The way in which an organism can build up or break down materials Metabolism
All forms of life are connected here Bioshere

The Scientific Method Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

To group information into categories Classify
The variable that depends on other factors, also the variable that will be measured and affected during the experiment Dependent Variable
To examine carefully and in detail to identify Analyze
To observe carefully and in detail Examine
To make a conclusion based on reasoning and observations Infer
The action or process of examining something carefully in order to Observation
To name or recognize something based on its properties Identify
A standard to compare with the results in an experiment Control
The variables that the experimenter changes to test their dependent variable Independent Variable
A statement predicting the result of a controlled scientific experiment Hypothesis
The process used by scientists to solve problems Scientific Method
To determine the extent, quantity or dimensions Measure
The methodological studying of the natural world through experimentation and verification of facts Science
Evidence gathered through observations (especially during experiments) Data
The outcome or conclusion of an experiment after a period of time Result
Visual aids used by scientists to communicate results of an experiment Graphs
The collecting of information on a particular subject Research
A feature of the experiment that does not change Constant
To form an idea as a result of the analysis of the data Formulate
A detailed series of steps to follow to perform an experiment Procedure
To write down in permanent form for later reference Record
To cause favoritism or influence to experimental results Bias
To repeat a research study, usually with different participants and in different situations, to confirm the results of the original study Replicate
A scientific procedure undertaken to make a discovery, test a hypothesis or demonstrate a known fact Experiment
What a scientist writes summarizing the results of an experiment Conclusion
To record observations, research and other information related to the experiment Journal
To notice similarities or differences Compare
Indicate in advance on the basis of observation, experience or scientific reason Predict
The first step in the scientific method is to define or identify the ________. Problems
Part of the experiment capable to change Variable

Work, Energy, and Power Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

stored energy potential energy
energy of a moving object kinetic energy
the ability to do work energy
work done in a certain amount of time power
friction converts kinetic energy to nonmechanical
the sum of kinetic energy and all forms of potential energy total energy
a push or pull force
SI unit of work joule
the force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in contact friction
the product of the force exerted on an object and the distance the object moves in the direction of the force work
the sum of an object's potential and kinetic energy mechanical
energy that is stored in chemical bonds chemical
the net work done on an object is equal to its change in kinetic and potential energy work energy theorem
he unit of power equal to one joule of energy transferred in one second watt
form of energy involved in weighing fruit on a spring energy gravitational
a stretched rubber band or a stretched or compressed spring are examples of which potential energy elastic
states that energy cannot be created nor destroyed, but only transformed from one form into another conservation of energy
a roller coaster track is an example of a closed path
the gravitation force is called a conservative force
friction and air resistance is an example of what type of force nonconservative

Electricity Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a flow of electric charge Current
a form of energy resulting from the existence of charged particles Electricity
a force that acts at a distance due to a magnetic field Magnetism
a hindrance to the flow of a charge resistance
an electromotive force or potential difference expressed in volts Voltage
the difference of electrical potential between two points Potential Difference
is a characteristic of a unit of matter that expresses the extent to which it has more or fewer electrons than protons Charge
a stable subatomic particle that is found in atoms with a charge of negative electricity Electron
an atom or molecule with a net electric charge due to the loss or gain of one or more electrons Ion
A device used to transfer electrical energy from one circuit to another transformer
an electronic component that is designed to offer a desired amount of resistance to the flow Resistor
the complete path around which an electric current flows Circuit
a closed circuit in which the current divides into two or more paths before recombining to complete the circuit Parallel Circuit

Motivation & Emotion Crossword Puzzle

Type
Crossword
Description

The reason or reasons one has for acting or behaving in a particular way. Motivation
To require (something) because it is essential or very important Need
In innate, biologically determined urge to attain a goal or satisfy a need. Drive
An innate, typically fixed pattern of behavior in organisms in response to certain stimuli. Instincts
Behavior that is driven by external rewards. Extrinsic Motivation
Behavior that is driven by internal (personal) rewards. Intrinsic Motivation
The act of affiliating, state of being affiliated. (being part of something). Affiliation
A state of balance in the body. Homeostasis
A state of feeling that involves physical arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience. Emotions
When you're driven to get ahead, to tackle situations, and to meet high personal standards of success. Achievement Motivation
A feeling of discomfort or weakness caused by lack of food, couple with the desire to eat. Hunger