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UWPSYCH101Toni SerafiniFall

PSYCH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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Immediate experiences: the focus is on the basic elements, or structures, of mental processes. Inner workings of the mind; direct conscious experiences
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[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (123 pages long!)

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Psychology: the scientific study of behavior and the mind. Objectives for lecture: learn a brief history, learn the three levels of explanation, know w
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UWPSYCH101Paul WehrFall

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (104 pages long)

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Two feet (wider sight/ hands can be used/ can walk longer distance/ use of tools/ less. Humans have psychological mechanisms that help us to find cheat
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PSYCH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 62 pages long!)

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Immediate experiences: the focus is on the basic elements, or structures, of mental processes. Inner workings of the mind; direct conscious experiences
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PSYCH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 89 pages long!)

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Cerebral Cortex, Anxiety

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This all takes place within an environment. Real action of why people are who they are takes place in the unconscious mind and how it might relate to e
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UWPSYCH101Paul WehrFall

PSYCH 101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 26 pages long!)

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The monkey business illusion - selective attention, we filter out irrelevant or compete information which is the players in black t shirts or the guy i
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UWPSYCH101Toni SerafiniFall

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 48 pages long Study Guide!

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History of psychology and psychology as a science. The science of behaviour and mental processes: psychology is a science, because it follows scientifi
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[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 35 pages long Study Guide!

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Behaviors: observable actions of a person or animal. Mind: an individual"s sensations, perceptions, memories, thoughts, dreams, motives, emotions, and
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Anxiety, Sigmund Freud, Memory

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Classifying psychological disorders with the dsm: reliable method of diagnosis, criteria for diagnosis, etiology (causes, prognosis (predictions, stati
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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Gaba Receptor Antagonist

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Professor Farnsworth, Sketchpad, Leading Question

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mr. Snuffleupagus, Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential

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The voltage at a receptor site has just changed from -65 millivolts to -62 millivolts as a result of an. Kermit takes a drug that functions as a dopami
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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Temporal Lobe, Saltatory Conduction, Naloxone

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Long answer questions 2: identify and explain the three criteria for establishing cause-and-effect relationships between variables. Discuss the ability
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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Birth Weight, Prenatal Development, Miscarriage

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Psychology Today, Psychoanalytic Theory, Behaviorism

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Practice quiz #1- ps101: the so-called birth of psychology as a science occurred in_____when_____: A - 1859; darwin published the theory of natural sel
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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Subliminal Stimuli, Peripheral Nervous System, Precognition

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Wilhelm Wundt, Unconscious Mind, Dependent And Independent Variables

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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Reabsorption, B Cell, Reuptake

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Practice test #4 - ps101-chapter 3: glia cells: D - form the primary components of the spinal cord: branches are to trees as __________ are to neurons:
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PSYCH101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Corpus Callosum, Basal Ganglia, Limbic System

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65 multiple choice questions: cerebellum carry from cns to muscles. The large band of neural fibers connecting the two brain hemispheres and carrying m
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Final: Complete and Comprehensive 99 Page Final Exam Study Guide

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: In-Group Favoritism, Face Perception, Game Players

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Reinforcement and modeling: learning can alter natural reactions parents of delinquent youngsters = cave in to children"s tears and tantrums and discip
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Fundamental Attribution Error, Kurt Lewin, Social Influence

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PSYCH101 Lecture 16: Psychological Disorders

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PSYCH101 Lecture 17: Therapy

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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 15: Personality Psychology

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Music preferences: classical, jazz, blues, folk music = tend to be open to experience and verbally intelligent, while country, pop and religious music
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 14: Psychology of Eating

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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Immune Disorder, Psychoneuroimmunology, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Psych 101 - lecture 13 - health psychology. To study how stress and healthy and unhealthy behaviours influence health and illness = created interdiscip
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Twin, Mindset, Icq

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: African Grey Parrot, Automatic Enrolment, Satoshi Kanazawa

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Explicit Memory, Forgetting Curve, Interference Theory

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Amygdala, Kinsey Scale, Prefrontal Cortex

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Prenatal Nutrition, Prenatal Development, Twin

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Snoring, Sleep Disorder, Cognitive Development

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Normal Distribution, Naturalistic Observation, Jean Piaget

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Psych 101 - lecture 6 - research methods. Three phenomena that illustrates why we cannot rely solely on intuition and common sense: hindsight bias, jud
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cognitive Map, Normative Social Influence, Traffic Ticket

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Learning: process of acquiring new and relatively enduring information for behaviors. Behaviourism: reaction to psychodynamic theory, based on unseen f
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Myelin, Neural Pathway, Multiple Sclerosis

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Psych 101 - lecture 2 - basic neuroscience and neuroplasticity. Plato: correctly located mind in spherical head (idea of perfect form) Aristotle: belie
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 3: Developmental Psychology

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Psych 101 - lecture 3 - developmental psychology. Lawrence kohlberg: moral development (preconventional, conventional, postconventional morality) Erik
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Detection Theory, Absolute Threshold, Sensory System

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Psych 101 - lecture 4 - sensation and perception. Sensation (biological hardware): process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system receive an
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UWPSYCH101Christine LogelFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Jean Piaget, Cognitive Neuroscience, Psyccritiques

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Psych 101 - lecture 1 - the story of psychology. Cognitive revolution: rebellion of a second group of psychologists during 1960s explores the ways we p
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UWPSYCH101Stephanie DenisonFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: George Santayana, Immanuel Kant, Behavioural Sciences

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Psychology: the scientific study of behaviour and mind. Includes behavioural sciences: how individuals interact with each other in the world they live
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UWPSYCH101Paul WehrWinter

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Karen Horney, Gestalt Psychology, Neuroticism

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Ve core courses: behavioural neuroscience, developmental psychology, cognitive. Lecture note psychology, clinical psychology and social psychology. Psy
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mary Ainsworth, Slow-Wave Sleep, Theta Wave

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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Causal Inference, Random Assignment, Demand Characteristics

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Experimental research: primary goal: to establish if one variable is caused by one or more variables. Independent variable: isolated variable (easier t
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Psychology 101 Notes intro psych notes.. first lecture!

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*look at person and what they"re doing who and what. Why are these people doing these things what are the outcomes. We are always a part of an environm
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ambiguous Image, Railways Act 1921, Hair Cell

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Connecting our nervous systems to the environment: our senses link our nervous system to the world. Sensory system = has evolved to guide behaviours (a
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UWPSYCH101Toni SerafiniFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Operant Conditioning, Amygdala, Fallacy

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Learning any relatively durable change in behaviour or knowledge that is due to experience environment. Classical conditioning a stimulus acquires the
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Psych, Long-Term Memory, Endel Tulving

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Inconsistent memories all of a sudden appear, therefore there is assertion of these new memories. An example of this was the talarico and. Forgetting c
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Random Assignment, Confounding

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2 types of research methods commonly used in psychology: exploratory research: kind of research we do when we are looking at things without predetermin
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hypnic Jerk, Hypnagogia, Neural Development

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PSYCH 213 Chapter 1-4: Infants and Children Prenatal through Middle Childhood 8th ed Chapters 1-4 Summary

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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Literacy, List Of Fables Characters, Pseudoscience

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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Margaret Floy Washburn, Mary Whiton Calkins, Radcliffe College

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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Convenience Sampling, Scientific Literacy, Falsifiability

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Know the key terminology related to the principles of scienti c research. Understand the ve characteristics of quality scienti c research. Understand h
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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1: Inattentional Blindness, Detection Theory, Gustav Fechner

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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1,2: Psychosomatic Medicine, Franz Mesmer, Humanistic Psychology

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How psychology became a science (module 1. 2, pg 12~28) Belief that all events are governed by lawful cause-and-effect relationships. Gravity; dropping
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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Emergentism, Metalinguistic Awareness, Interpersonal Communication

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PSYCH101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Ultradian Rhythm, Circadian Rhythm, Sleep Spindle

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