psych chapter 11,12,13,14

Term Definition
puberty rapid physical maturation, hormonal, and bodily changes
inadequate sleep poor academic achievement, suicidal ideation
anorexia nervosa thinness through starvation
amenorrhea loss of menstrual cycle
bulimia binge and purge pattern
personal fable involves a sense of uniqueness and invincibility
hypothetical-deductive reasoning if i do this then this will happen
cognitive control effective control of thinking in a number of areas
dual process method decision making is influenced by analytical and experimental systems, competing improved critical thinking
narcissism self centered and self concerned approach toward others
psychosocial moratorium gap between childhood security and adult autonomy
bicultural identity alternating or simultaneous identification with ethnic and majority culture
entry age 11-13, minimal crush, little intimate contact
exploring age 14-16, brief intimate relationships, peer context important
consolidating age 17-19, more stable, closer to adult intimate relationships
rirumative worry about same thing over and over (seen in girls)
conduct disorder rule breaking behavior (theft, truency, running away, etc.)
oppositional defiant disorder arguing, blaming others, etc.
emerging adulthood transition from adolescence to adulthood (age 18-25)
addiction use of drug that interferes with daily functioning and preoccupation with getting some
alcoholism long term, repeated, uncontrolled, compulsive, excessive use of alcohol
dopamine over stimulation brain adjusts so people use more and more to get to that level
postformal thought contextual, reflective, on-going, truth seeking, return to pragmatic, realization that thinking is influenced by feelings
flow heightened sense of pleasure when engaged in mental, physical challenges or creative activities
consent can say no even under influence of drugs, alcohol, or by the clothes they are wearing
secure positive view of relationships, easy to get close to others
avoidant hesitant about getting involved in romantic relationships
anxious demand closeness, less trusting, more emotional, jealous, possessive
consensual validation our own attitudes and values are supported when someone else's are similar to ours
matching hypothesis we choose partners who match our own level of attractiveness
intimacy self disclosure and the sharing of private thoughts


Question Answer
Constitution The law upon which a state or organisation is governed
Federation The position or status of being a citizen of a particular country.
Referendum A vote for any change to the Constitution
Parliament The place and structures for creating laws and forming a government.
Citizenship The position or status of being a citizen of a particular country.
Civics The study of the rights and duties of citizenship.
Morals Concerned with the principles of right and wrong behaviour
Ethics Moral principles that govern a person's behaviour or the conducting of an activity
Federal Government with central power over a country as a whole
Division of Power The dividing of political powers between the federal
Democracy A system of government where the entire population elect representatives to serve
Leadership The action of leading a group of people or an organisation

chap 4 words

Question Answer
republic a form of goverment in which citizens elect their leaders
legion large groups of Roman soldiers
patrician the rulling class of anicient Rome
plebeian ordinary citizens in ancient Rome
consul heal of goverment usally with a limited term in office
veto to reject
praedtor romangoverment officals who interpreted the law and served as a judge
tribune payment made to a riler or state as a sighn of surrender payment to a ruler as a sign of sudmission or for protection
dictator a person with absolute power to rule
civic duty the idea that citizens have responibilty to help their country
latiflundia large farming estates
triumvirate three rulers who share equal political power
pax romana roman peace
proconsul a govenor

Vocab 1 french

Question Answer
Allumer To light
L'anniversaire Birthday
Un bal populaire Village dance
Un bal populaire Village dance
Le ballon/le decorations Balloon/decorations
Un boite de chocolats Box of chocolate
Les bougies Candles
Un bouquet de fleurs Bouquet of flowers
La boum Party
La buche de noel Yule log
Les cadeaux Presents
Une carte de anniversaire Birthday card
Un cheque cadeau Gift card
Les confettis Confettie
Le defile Parade
Les fetes Parties/holidays
La fete de meres/peres Mother's/ Father's day
La fete nationale National holiday
Le feu d'artifice Fireworks
La foule Crowd
Le gateau Cake
L'hymne national National anthem
L'invite Guest
Le jour de l'an/le nouvel an New year's day/New year's
Le noel Christmas
Remercier To thank
Le reveillon Midnight feast
Le sapin de noel Christmas tree
Amuse-toi bien.. Have fun
Joyeaux anniversaire Happy birthday
Bonne annee Happy new years
Boine soiree Have a good evening
J'espere que tu bas passer I hope that you have
Joyeaux noel Merry Christmas
Profite bien de Enjoy
Bonme idee Good idea
Offre-lui Give him/her a video game

Ela contract 7

Question Answer
Ab-apart, away from deviating from what is normal or usual, typically in a way that is undesirable or worrying
Demo-people a system of government by the whole population or all the eligible members of a state, typically through elected representatives.

Vocab1 french pt2

Question Answer
Les amuse gueules Snacks
Les biscuits/les chips Cookie/chips
Les bonbons Sweets/candy
Les cacahuetes Peanuts
Choiser la musique To choose the music
Decorer la salle To decorate the room
Emballer les cadeaux To wrap presents
Envoyer les intiations To send the invitations
Faire les courses To go grocery shopping
Faire le menage/la poussiere To do housework/to dust
Les fruits secs Dried fruits
Organisier une soiree To plan a party
Ranger la maison To prepare/to tidy up the house
Une soiree costumee Costume party
Ca t'ennui de? Would you mind?
Tu peux m'aider a… Can you help me?
Bien sur que non Of course not
D'accord/pas de probleme Okay/ no problem
Pas maintenant. Je dois d'abord Not now. First, i have to


Question Answer
score the lower score the better
par you met the expected stroke challenge on the hole
birdie you did better than the expected stroke by one
bogey you exceeded the stroke challenge by one
eagle you did better on a par 4 or 5 by two strokes
double eagle you did better only on a par 5 by three strokes
ace/hole in one your first shot went in

landforms focabulary

Term Definition
constructive processes are processes that create landforms
destuctive processes are processes that destroy landforms
erosion is the movement of sediments and soil by wind,water,iceand gravity
watershed is all of the land that water flows over or through before reaching a lake or river
deposition is the dropping,or depositing of sediments by water wind or ice
landslides are mass movements of land due to gravity
volcanoes are mountains with openings in earths crust
earthquakes a vibration on earth's surface caused by sudden movement in earth
floods occur when a amount of water covers land that is usually dry
natural resorces are the matireals that can take or use from earth
pollution is anything that harms the natural enviorment
conservation is the wise use of resources

Algebra Exam

Question Answer
never ending decimals, ex.5.22222 irrational numbers
the set of numbers 1,2,3,4….. counting numbers
all numbers real numbers
the set of numbers 0,1,2,3,4….. whole numbers
a variable (often denoted by x) whose variation does not depend on that of another independent variable
the other variable in a function, usually y, that depends on x dependent variable
a special relationship where each input has a single output. it is often written as "f(x)" function
the mathematical system of whole,counting,Integers,Rationals,Irrationals, and Reals the number system
when elements are separated from each other so that no other element can be put between two specific elements discrete domain
when elements are not separated continuous domain
a set of real numbers with the property that any number that lies between two numbers in the set is also included in the set interval notation
does include its endpoints, and is indicated with parentheses, closed circle filled in closed interval
does include its endpoints, and is indicated with parentheses,open circle not filled in open interval
an abstract concept describing something without any bound or larger than any number infinity
a line that is trending downward from left to right negative slope
moves upward on a graph from left to right positive slope
a number on its own constant
a line on which numbers are marked at intervals number line
a measure of the steepness of a line, or a section of a line, connecting two points slope
represented by the slope of a line rate of change
the difference, or change, in a certain quantity delta
rise/run, y2-y1/x2-x1 slope forluma
a mathematical phrase that contains operations,number, and/or variables expression
a mathematical sentence with an equal sign equation
the branch of mathematics in which letters & other general symbols are used to represent numbers & quantities in formulas & equations algebra