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RUTGERS01:830:101B.NolanFall

01:830:101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 69 pages long!)

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RUTGERS01:830:101DicksonFall

[01:830:101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 132 pages long Study Guide!

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Psyche, meaning soul or mind , and logos, meaning word . Psychology is the systematic study of behavior and experience. Determinism is the idea that ev
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RUTGERS01:830:101Margaret IngateFall

[01:830:101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (45 pages long)

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Zygote: one cell organism formed by the union of sperm and egg. Prenatal period: extends from conception to birth, usually encompassing nine months of
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RUTGERS01:830:101Keiko Taga BrynildsenFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Pineal Gland, Color Constancy, Parasympathetic Nervous System

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What is psychology: the scienti c study of thought, behavior, and emotion. Conditioning via reinforcements and punishments: psychoanalytic/psychodynami
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Mary Whiton Calkins, Francis Sumner, Gestalt Psychology

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Psychology: what is psychology, psychology is a word deriving from greek roots: psyche (cid:498)soul(cid:499) or (cid:498)mind,(cid:499) Founder of the
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RUTGERS01:830:101Dr.John AckroffFall

01:830:101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 192 pages long!)

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Chapter 01 - thinking critically with psychological science. Are the evidence biased: however, must remember to have humility as too extreme would be s
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RUTGERS01:830:101K.BrynildsenSpring

01:830:101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 108 pages long!)

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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Behaviour includes all of our outward or overt actions and reactions, such as talk
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor MarvastiSpring

[01:830:101] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (91 pages long!)

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These type of psychologists emphasized our tendency to integrate pieces of information into meaningful wholes. Learning: a relatively permanent change
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RUTGERS01:830:101Keiko BrynildsenFall

[01:830:101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 18 pages long Study Guide!

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The diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. A collection of theories to explain human behavior. The use of dream analysis (while patients lie on a
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RUTGERS01:830:101Keiko Taga BrynildsenFall

[01:830:101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 13 pages long Study Guide!

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What is psychology: the scienti c study of thought, behavior, and emotion. Conditioning via reinforcements and punishments: psychoanalytic/psychodynami
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phineas Gage, Gestalt Psychology, Internal Validity

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In gestalt psychology, our ability to perceive a whole without first noticing its parts is referred to as _____. It set the ground for evolutionary psy
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RUTGERS01:460:100AllFall

Exam 2

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RUTGERS01:840:202AllSummer

Final Exam

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RUTGERS10:832:232AllFall

Exam 2

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Exam1

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RUTGERS14:332:221AllFall

Quiz 6

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RUTGERS01:160:307O'ConnorSpring

01:160:307 Midterm: Homework 1

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RUTGERS01:198:111A CentenoFall

01:198:111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Insertion Sort, Selection Sort, Substring

List the resulting array after each iteration of the selection sort algorithm. Sort the following array of letters (sort into. Original: [c q s a x b t
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RUTGERS01:160:171M.VitarelliFall

01:160:171 Lecture 3: Density of Water

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In this rst experiment, we calculate the density of water experimentally, using a beaker, buret, and an analytical balance. Density density is recorded
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RUTGERS01:198:170G FuentesFall

01:198:170 Lecture 3: Examples of Numeric Conversions

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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Myelin, Axon Terminal, Interneuron

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Family Therapy, Abraham Maslow, Brief Psychotherapy

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L of psychoanalysis is to resolve psychological problems by bringing to awareness the unconscious thought processes that created the difficulty. Analys
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Reinforcement, Saccharin, Operant Conditioning

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Positive reinforcements are events that increases the likelihood that a response will continue to be repeated. Example: a waiter receives an extra larg
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Philippe Pinel, Running Amok, Demonic Possession

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A set of behavioral, emotional, and cognitive symptoms that are significantly distressing and disabling in terms of social functioning, work endeavors,
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RUTGERS01:830:101MayhewFall

01:830:101 Lecture 3: Dance Plus Paper.docx

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Reality Principle, Gender Role, Humanistic Psychology

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The most primitive structure of the mind, the activities of which occur at the. The structure of the mind that uses the reality principle to manipulate
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RUTGERS01:830:101ESTELLE MAYHEWFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Memory Span, Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory

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The nervous system"s capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge. Encoding : the processing of information so that it can be stored. Storage :
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor MarvastiSpring

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Absolute Threshold, Detection Theory, Psychophysics

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Sensation: the process by which our sensory receptors and nervous system receive and represent stimulus energies from our environment. Perception: the
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Operant Conditioning, Behaviorism

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Psychological principle that states that behaviors that result in satisfying consequences. Example: basketball players have a preferred method of shoot
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiSpring

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Classical Conditioning, Little Albert Experiment, Reinforcement

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A reinforcement is given for the first response after a variable period of time has elapsed in a(n) ____ schedule. A worker receives . 00 for every two
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

01:830:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Central Tendency, Descriptive Statistics

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Looking for laws: the scientific approach to behavior. The scientific approach assumes that events are governed by some lawful order. Measurement and d
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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 9: Lecture 7 General Psych: Motivation

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 9: Lecture 8 General Psych: Emotion

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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

All Notes from Psychology 101

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The neuron, the brain, and the nervous systems: basic structure and function. 1. connects nerve cells in the central nervous system. 1. takes some sort
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

01:830:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Solomon Asch, Fritz Heider, Physical Attractiveness

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Social psychology- branch of psychology concerned with the way individual thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Person perception
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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 6: Lecture 3 General Psych: Memory

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 8: Lecture 5 General Psych: Human Development

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RUTGERS01:830:101TBAFall

01:830:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Myelin, Action Potential, Reuptake

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The last frontier: from bumps to brain scans: * neuroscience: the study of the brain and the nervous system. * phrenology: a discredited area of brain
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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Lecture 1: Lecture 6 General Psych: Science of Psychology

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RUTGERS01:830:101TBAFall

01:830:101 Chapter 6: Memory

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phineas Gage, Gestalt Psychology, Internal Validity

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RUTGERS01:830:101BrynildsenFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Blind Experiment, Reuptake, Peripheral Nervous System

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Psychology- the scientific study of thought, behavior and emotion. Biological-how physical systems affect behavior, feelings and thoughts. Behavior gen
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RUTGERS01:830:101BRYNILDSENFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Confounding, Myelin, Neuroglia

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This is intended to be a guide only. You are responsible for all of the lecture material and assigned reading material. 1. what is psychology? the scie
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RUTGERS01:830:101B.NolanFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Dispositional Attribution, Cognitive Dissonance

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The study of human cognition emotion and behavior in relation to others. Social psych explores the way individuals behave in relation to others and gro
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RUTGERS01:830:101Keiko BrynildsenFall

[01:830:101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 18 pages long Study Guide!

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The diagnosis and treatment of mental disorders. A collection of theories to explain human behavior. The use of dream analysis (while patients lie on a
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Family Therapy, Abraham Maslow, Brief Psychotherapy

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01:830:101 Lecture 22: Personality

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01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Fundamental Attribution Error, Stanford Prison Experiment, Philip Zimbardo

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How the thoughts, feelings, and behavior of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others (allport) Attribution - p
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RUTGERS01:830:101K.BrynildsenFall

01:830:101 Lecture 12: Basic Learning Concepts and Classical Conditioning

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01:830:101 Lecture 13: Operant Conditioning

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01:830:101 Lecture 11: Sensation and Perception

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01:830:101 Lecture 19: Health and Happiness

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01:830:101 Lecture 15: Memory

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Memory - information that has been stored and can be retrieved. Recall - producing memories using minimal retrieval cues. Recognition - knowledge of wh
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RUTGERS01:830:101K.BrynildsenFall

01:830:101 Lecture 17: Motivation and Emotion

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01:830:101 Lecture 18: Stress and Illness

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01:830:101 Lecture 16: Thinking, Language, and Intelligence

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