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WLUPS102Carolan WoodSpring

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 157 pages long!)

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Which of the following individuals is responsible for establishing psychology: wilhelm wundt, g. stanley hall, ren descartes, william james. According
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Sensory Neuron, Neuron

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Have finite vocabulary can be combined in infinite ways. Although creative - there are some restrictions. These are regularities of language (not neces
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnselyWinter

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 29 pages long!)

We need to pay attention to something in order to remember it. We may use selective attention early, during the process of sensation, before the brain
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 52 pages long!)

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Procedural memory is the memory for how to carry out some skill. Linking concepts to other concepts in a very complex networks. Schemas explain some of
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 82 pages long!)

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Determine correlations (if these is a relationship between variables) Determine the hypothesis has been supported or if there is a meaningful differenc
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WLUPS102Kathy FoxallWinter

[PS102] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (92 pages long)

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True/false people use o(cid:374)l(cid:455) (cid:1005)(cid:1004)% of their (cid:271)rai(cid:374)s. True/false - it is (cid:271)etter to e(cid:454)press
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

[PS102] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 46 pages long Study Guide!

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Sensation is the process through which the senses detect visual, auditory, and other sensory stimuli and transmit them to the brain. Perception is the
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences

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Examine changes in biological, physical, psychological and behavioral. Planning to be a parent understand how children develop to be a better. Critical
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WLUPS102Anneke OlthofWinter

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 68 pages long!)

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Language: a system of symbols and rules for combining symbols for the purpose of communication. Language production: the structures and conventional ex
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

[PS102] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (360 pages long!)

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The science of psychology statistics ps102 - c. Identifying what happens in the context: naturalistic: A psychologist engages in naturalistic observati
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WLUPS280Camie CondonFall

PS280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating, Amenorrhoea

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Specific concepts: this question takes a definitional dissection of the dsm-iv and what qualifies one to be placed under such category. Jamie is consta
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WLUPS280Camie CondonFall

PS280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Seasonal Affective Disorder, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Light Therapy

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Week 8 graded activity: the best remedy for seasonal affective disorder is sitting in front of a light box for up to. This treatment is defined as: sol
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WLUPS280Camie CondonFall

PS280 Lecture 7: Week 7 Graded Activity

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Week 7 graded activity: coping strategies such as eating the pain away , and use of substances are clear examples of ________, depression, problem-focu
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WLUPS280Camie CondonFall

PS280 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Prodrome, Dementia, Stressor

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Week 9 graded activity: sam is a 50 year old male who has just been diagnosed with an early case of schizophrenia. Though at high risk of developing th
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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cyclothymia, Epidemiology, Schizophrenia

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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gestalt Psychology, Sigmund Freud, Superiority Complex

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Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ___: raymond cattell used factor analysis to reduce a huge list of perso
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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Scatter Plot, Standard Deviation, Standard Score

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Ps 101c & e - practice quiz 4 statistics: to convert a score to a standard score or z-score, you require: A the distribution"s standard deviation and m
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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biology Of Depression, Scientific Method, Psychopathy

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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cognitive Psychology, Heredity, 6 Years

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Practice test #8 - personality - october, 2013: the following is a conversation going on in someone"s head: X - i am so mad that i could bash that pers
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WLUPS101AllFall

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chlorpromazine, Reuptake, Alprazolam

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Practice test #10 ps 101-chapter 14: the condition characterized by recurrent, intense and sudden onset of anxiety is: D - panic disorder: agoraphobia
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WLUPS102Jim Mc CutcheonWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Parasympathetic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

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Why is the presence of a semipermeable membrane essential for a neuron to fire? (1 point) Because the semipermeable membrane is responsible for receivi
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnselyWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cognitive Load, Amygdala, Relaxin

We need to pay attention to something in order to remember it. We may use selective attention early, during the process of sensation, before the brain
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Occipital Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Visual Cortex

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Opponent-process theory (hering, 1870: 3 colour pairs work to inhibit one another, 3 cones types: Each type responds to two different wavelengths. Expl
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Central Tendency, Statistical Significance, Naturalistic Observation

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Refer to figure 2. 3 (diagram on research method) in textbook. Naturalistic and laboratory observations: playground versus big brother, in laboratory o
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Harry Harlow, Nun Study, Rubella

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WLUPS102Don MorgensonWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Test Anxiety, Standardized Test, Social Intelligence

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Iq measures your abstract thinking (structuralism: your ability to think abstractly, g measures the brain"s ability to do work, intelligence measures a
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Frontal Lobe, Axon Terminal, Harry Harlow

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Developmental psychology: the study of changes in behaviour and mental processes over time and the factors that influence the course of those constanci
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Lecture 32: chapter 4 developmental stages

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The study of changes in behaviours and mental processes. The factors that influence the course of those constancies and changes. Human development is a
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Frontal Lobe, Executive Functions, Temporal Lobe

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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Lecture 17: psych lecture 17

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Internal state that initiates, directs, and sustains behaviour. When motivates are internal they push us to act= drives. When motivates are external (o
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Chapter 1: branches of psychology

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Psychology must be as diverse as the humans whose behaviour it attempts to explain. Brain-imaging studies have been used to test behavioural principles
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Chapter 1: current trends in psychology

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Current trends in psychology: psychology is theory-driven, psychology is empirical, psychology is multi-level (must account for whats happening at leve
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Synaptic Pruning

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However foundation of brain architecture established early in life. 2 patterns apparent in babies" growth and development, both are pre and post natal:
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Adaptation, Cyan, Frontal Lobe

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Language and thought are characteristics that distinguish humans from other creatures. Language enables us to communicate in a precise & creative way.
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: The Big Questions, Prenatal Development, Wireless

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Developmental stages: newborn: 1st month of life. Human development: the study of changes in behaviour and mental processes, over time the factors that
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lev Vygotsky, Behavioural Genetics, Synaptic Pruning

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Developmental psychology the study of changes in behaviour and mental processes over time and the factors that influence the course of those constancie
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Blueberry Pie, Chocolate Cake, Stressor

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Stress is a state brought on by any situation that threatens or appears to threaten a person"s sense of well-being. Daily pressures at work to more cat
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnselyWinter

PS102 Chapter 13: Social Psychology-ch 13

Then, they must categorize words as pleasant or unpleasant in a different. May be prewired to think of people whom we perceive to be different to be di
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Telomere, Collagen, Retina

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Timing and form of such milestones now more variable than in early days. Strength, reaction time, overall body function at peak during 20s. Have more d
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PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Little Albert Experiment, Edward Thorndike, Sigmund Freud

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A means to collect data: cause and effect. Whether they affect each other at all: hypothesis. Seek to prove it wrong or right through experimentation.
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WLUPS102Joanne LeeFall

PS102 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Critical Period, Information Processing Theory, Sensory Memory

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PS102 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Selection Bias, Binocular Disparity, Longwave

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Sigmund freud (1856 1939) the belief that people"s behaviours are based on their unconscious desires and conflicts. Freud developed psychoanalysis that
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WLUPS102Kathy FoxallWinter

[PS102] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (92 pages long)

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True/false people use o(cid:374)l(cid:455) (cid:1005)(cid:1004)% of their (cid:271)rai(cid:374)s. True/false - it is (cid:271)etter to e(cid:454)press
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PS102 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Memory, Sensory Neuron, Neuron

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WLUPS102Carolan WoodSpring

PS102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 157 pages long!)

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