This set of 500 flash cards has been revised and updated to reflect the most recent administration of the AP Psychology exam. These cards present the most important terms, events, and individuals that will likely be covered on the actual exam. For quick review, the cards have been organized according to the 14 major categories of the AP Psychology exam, including History and Approaches, Methods, Biological Bases of Behavior, Sensation and Perception, States of Consciousness, Learning, Cognition, and more.New features in this edition include updated terminology based on the DSM-5, as well as many additional examples designed to help students understand specific concepts through real-world applications. The cards have a punch-hole in one corner to accomodate an enclosed metal key-ring-style card holder, allowing students to arrange the flash cards any way that suits their study needs. Although designed primarily as an Advanced Placement test study aid, these flash cards can be used by all psychology students. They are especially helpful when used as a study aid in tandem with Barron's AP Psychology test prep manual.BONUS ONLINE PRACTICE TEST: Students who purchase this flash card set will also get FREE access to one full-length online AP Psychology test with all questions answered and explained.
This set of more than 500 Advanced Placement flash cards includes psychology terms with definitions and examples, questions covering all AP Psychology test topics, a metal key-ring-style card holder, and more. This set of flash cards is a great tool for study on the go.
Biographical noteRob McEntarffer taught AP Psychology at Lincoln Southeast High School in Lincoln, NE for over 13 years and Introductory Psychology at Nebraska Wesleyan University for over 7 years. He earned a B.S. in teaching of psychology at the University of Nebraska, a master's degree in educational psychology, and a Ph.D. in education. He has extensive experience in scoring the Advanced Placement Psychology free-response questions, having served as a Reader, Table Leader, and as the high school Question Leader. He is past chair of the national organization Teachers of Psychology in Secondary Schools, worked with the committee on the National Standards for the Teaching of High School Psychology, and is involved in writing assessment materials for high school and college level introductory psychology textbooks. He works as an assessment specialist for his school district.
Allyson Weseley has taught AP Psychology and run a Behavioral Science Research Program at Roslyn High School in Roslyn Heights, NY for over 20 years. Her students have enjoyed great success on the AP exam, with a 100% passing rate and well over 80% earning 5's. She earned an undergraduate degree in Psychology at Princeton University, a master's degree from the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and a doctorate from Columbia University's Teachers College. Dr. Weseley has served as a Reader and Table Leader for the AP Psychology exam, published a number of psychology-related activities, led several psychology teacher workshops, and served on the Board of Teachers of Psychology in the Secondary Schools.