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UWPSYCH 101Tabitha KirklandFall

PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Anxiety, Heart Rate

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> psychology is the study of the human mind and behavior. Person"s general knowledge/perception of the world: priming: current contents of thought infl
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UWPSYCH 101Pickrell JacquelineFall

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 89 pages long Study Guide!

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Ethics set of standards that govern the conduct of person/persons of a profession. Little albert (1920) experiment conducted by john watson and rosalie
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UWPSYCH 101Pickrell JacquelineFall

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (47 pages long)

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Ethics- a set of standards that govern the conduct of a person or members of a profession. Treat human ps with respect and in a way that maintains thei
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UWPSYCH 101Ann E.CulliganFall

PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Semantic Memory, Circadian Rhythm

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Is the foundation for psychology/ critically important. Must know good research practices to describe, understand, predict or control behavior and ment
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UWPSYCH 101Ann CulliganWinter

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 78 pages long Study Guide!

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Psych 101 lecture jan 6 (cid:862)history of psy(cid:272)hology(cid:863) The science of psychology: psychology is the scientific study of behavior and m
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UWPSYCH 101Voorhies AnnWinter

[PSYCH 101] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (68 pages long)

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UWPSYCH 101Judith L Mc LaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Btec Extended Diploma, Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Old Testament

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UWPSYCH 101Lee E OsterhoutSpring

PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Thalamus, Reuptake, Psychology

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Primary goal of psychology- understand human behavior. First step in understanding some phenomenon- develop theories based on evidence that can explain
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UWPSYCH 101Ann CulliganWinter

[PSYCH 101] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 57 pages long Study Guide!

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Psych 101 lecture jan 6 (cid:862)history of psy(cid:272)hology(cid:863) The science of psychology: psychology is the scientific study of behavior and m
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UWPSYCH 101Michael W PasserFall

PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes -

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PSYCH 101 Exam 2

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PSYCH 101 Exam 2

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UWPSYCH 101Tabitha KirklandFall

PSYCH 101 Quiz: Quiz 6 Practice Questions and Answers

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PSYCH 333 Exam 2

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PSYCH 202 Test 1 V1

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PSYCH 202 Test 1

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CHEM 220 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lewis Structure, Haloalkane, Ketone

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MATH 124 Midterm I Winter 2006

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MATH 111 Study Guide - Final Guide: Marginal Cost, Average Variable Cost, Interest

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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 25: PowerPoint Video Lecture – Forgetting

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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Von Restorff Effect, Sensory Memory

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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Video Lesson, Operant Conditioning, Observational Learning

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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 23: Memory

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Three memory processes: encoding: information is coded and put into memory, storage: retention of encoded information, retrieval: stored information is
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning

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PSYCH 101 Lecture 20: Learning – Operant Conditioning

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PSYCH 101 Lecture 18: Dreaming

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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Slow-Wave Sleep, Circadian Rhythm, Sleep Disorder

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Psych 101 lecture 17 sleep and sleep disorder. Sleep over the life span: the older we get, the less we sleep and less time is spent in rem and slow wav
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Inattentional Blindness, Subliminal Stimuli, Rush Hour

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Psych 101 lecture 16 states of consciousness. Consciousness: awareness of ourselves, our current environment, and mental processes; only accessible thr
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 5: Brain and Behavior – Cells of the Nervous System

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Psych 101 lecture 5 brain and behavior: cells of the nervous. Neurons: basic building blocks of the nervous system. Dendrites: receive signals from oth
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: René Descartes, Bsc Young Boys, Asthma

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Psych 101 lecture 2 history and perspectives. Young girls: play with dolls and play dress-up. Nutrition will determine whether an individual reaches th
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Parasympathetic Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System, Somatic Nervous System

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Psych 101 lecture 7 brain and behavior: nervous system and. Somatic nervous system: carries input from sense organs to the brain (input); from brain/sp
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Causal Inference, Opponent Process

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Psych 101 lecture 14 review for exam 1. Trichromatic theory and opponent process theory: both theories are used to explain how we see color: trichromat
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sampling Bias

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Psych 101 lecture 3 research methods: descriptive methods and. Hypothesis: statement that attempts to describe or explain a behavior. "misery loves com
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Color Constancy, Phantom Limb, Neural Adaptation

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-> neural impulses --> brain (visual, auditory, olfactory areas) Perceptual adaptation: in vision, this refers to our ability to adjust to an artificia
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 4: Experimental Method

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Researchers deliberately manipulate certain factors and measure their effects. Hypothesis: a prediction about a cause and effect relationship between t
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 13: Depth Perception and Visual Illusions

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Psych 101 lecture 13 depth perception and visual illusions. Convergence: eyes turn inward when they focus on nearby objects; the closer the object, the
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 1: Course Introduction

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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Achromatopsia, Basilar Membrane, Ishihara Test

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Psych 101 lecture 10 sensation: color vision and audition. Vision (continued : opponent process theory: posits six primary colors that are complementar
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Phineas Gage, Corpus Callosum, Frontal Lobe

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Psych 101 lecture 8 brain and behavior: cerebral cortex. Example: damage to the left hemisphere will affect the sensory/motor control on the right side
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UWPSYCH 101Judith McLaughlinWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture 9: Sensation and Vision

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UWPSYCH 101PickrellWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 40: Disorganized Schizophrenia, Personal Grooming, Speech Disorder

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 40 - psychological disorders (continued): Schizophrenia: severe disturbances in thinking, speech, perception, emoti
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UWPSYCH 101PickrellWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 36: Panic Disorder, Prefrontal Cortex, Startle Response

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 35 - psychological disorders: The personal values of a given diagnostician. The expectations of the culture in whic
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Survivor Guilt, Howie Mandel, Operant Conditioning

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 37 - psychological disorders (continued): Obsessions: repetitive and unwelcome thoughts, images, or impulses. Mothe
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Dissociative Disorder, Dysthymia, Major Depressive Disorder

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 38 - psychological disorders (continued): Neurotransmitters - what happens when one is malfunctioning. Dissociative
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 39: Matt Lauer, Mania, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 39 - psychological disorders (continued): It"s actuall yquite ridiculous that somoe has to go through all of that i
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UWPSYCH 101PickrellWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Utility, Inductive Reasoning, Sample Size Determination

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 35 - decision making: From premises that are assumed to be true. To conclusions that are certain to be true if the
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 43: Operant Conditioning, Classical Conditioning, Token Economy

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 43 - treatment of psychological disorders (continued): Gestalt therapy (frederick perls): thoughts into immediate a
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 41: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Bulimia Nervosa, Promiscuity

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 41 - psychological disorders (continued): Personality disorders: feeling, and behaving stable, ingrained, inflexibl
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 42: Psychodynamics, Gestalt Therapy, Cognitive Therapy

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 42 - treatment of psychological disorders: 20% at some time in life / currently 4% (newsweek 2006) Many wait long t
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 44: Bipolar Disorder, Antidepressant, Headache

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 44 - treatment of psychological disorders (continued): Social skills training: clients learn new skills by observin
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Unconscious Mind, Dream Interpretation, Reality Principle

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 33 - personality: Barnum effect - tendency of people to accept high base rate descriptions as accurate. Demonstrate
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Milgram Experiment, Fundamental Attribution Error, Red Meat

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 30 - social behavior and thinking (continued): Men and women: ~65% finish til the end. Closeness and legitimacy of
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Carl Jung, Abraham Maslow, John Bowlby

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 34 - personality (continued): Collective unconscious: the human race based on individual life experiences memories
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Availability Heuristic, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 35 - decision making: From premises that are assumed to be true. To conclusions that are certain to be true if the
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 31: Implicit Stereotype, Semantic Network, Cognitive Revolution

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 31 - social: **mainly review - asks class to not take notes, but only listen** Pre 1990 - rational, debliate, consc
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PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Personality Test, Face Validity, Thematic Apperception Test

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 32 - personality: She handed out a sheet of paper with a circle and square and asked us to draw a picture to comple
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UWPSYCH 101Ann E.CulliganSpring

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Demand Characteristics, Dependent And Independent Variables, Operational Definition

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UWPSYCH 101PickrellWinter

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Utility, Inductive Reasoning, Sample Size Determination

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Psych 101: intro to psych - lecture 35 - decision making: From premises that are assumed to be true. To conclusions that are certain to be true if the
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UWPSYCH 101Pickrell JacquelineFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neuropsychological Test, Axon Terminal, Hindbrain

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Emphasized the importance of experimental research of the brain. Carefully controlled the experiments on the animals to determine localities of brain a
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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Spaced

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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Alpha Waves, Freerunning, Sleep Deprivation

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Consciousness: our moment to moment awareness of ourselves and our environment, subjective and private (different for each individual, dynamic (ever-ch
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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Basal Metabolic Rate, Homeostasis

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The role of attention: stimulus characteristics that affect attention. Intensity (loud vs. quiet: novelty (new, movement, contrast (different from surr
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UWPSYCH 101Mc Laughlin JudithSpring

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Auditory Cortex, Stirrup, Interaural Time Difference

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Two types of photoreceptors - rods and cones: rods contribute to black and white, cones contribute to color. The color isn"t in the object itself, just
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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Psych, Agoraphobia, Anxiety Disorder

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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Implicit-Association Test, Smartphone, Biosensor

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10/18/17 lecture notes: guest speaker matthew k. nock, ph. Why do people hurt themselves: recent advances in the understanding of self-harm. Why talk a
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UWPSYCH 101Jacqueline SpectorFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Central Nervous System, Myelin, Peripheral Nervous System

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PSYCH 101 Chapter 2.1: How Do Our Nervous Systems Affect Thinking and Behavior

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Contain massive numbers of nerve cells (2) peripheral nervous system (pns) Consists nerve cells in soft organs in rest of the body. Pns registers senso
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UWPSYCH 101Mc Laughlin JudithSpring

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.4: Statistical Inference, Descriptive Statistics, Operational Definition

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Empiricism - observing the world and measuring various aspects of it: empirical research conducted by using the scientific method. A systematic procedu
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UWPSYCH 101Mc Laughlin JudithSpring

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.2: Robert Mccarley, Circadian Rhythm, Prefrontal Cortex

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Every dreams unless a brain injury or medication interferes. We dream during both rem and non-rem: but the content of the dreams differ. Rem dreams are
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UWPSYCH 101Mc Laughlin JudithSpring

PSYCH 101 Chapter 12.2: How Can We Understand Personality Continued (Pg. 432-438)

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UWPSYCH 101Ann CulliganWinter

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter History of Psychology: Edward B. Titchener, American Psychological Association, Max Wertheimer

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Prehistory of psychology: precursors can be found in philosophy and physiology, physiologist hermann von helmoholtz: Measured the speed of the neural i
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UWPSYCH 101Michael W.PasserFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4-12.5: Headon, Personality Psychology, Personal Construct Theory

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Humans make healthy choices that create their personalities. Humanistic psychologists: emphasized a positive, optimistic view of human nature that high
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UWPSYCH 101Mc Laughlin JudithSpring

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1: Humanistic Psychology, Homeostasis, Thermostat

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PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7.3: Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia, Henry Molaison

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UWPSYCH 101Michael W.PasserFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.3: Social Influence, Cognitive Dissonance

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Social influence: the ability to control another person"s behavior. The hedonic motive: pleasure is better than pain. Rewards and punishments can backf
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UWPSYCH 101Michael W.PasserFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16.1: Doctor Of Psychology

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16. 1 treatment: getting help to those who need it. Associated with significant impairments in the form of an inability to carry out daily activities:
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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Naturalistic Observation, Experiment, Dogma

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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Behavioral Neuroscience, Behaviorism, Wilhelm Wundt

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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Normative Social Influence, Stanford Prison Experiment, Social Loafing

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Chapter 8 quiz: the defining attribute of emotional experiences is: A: what they feel like: joan was extremely happy on the day of her wedding. A: a po
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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Auditory Cortex, Occipital Lobe, Sensory Cortex

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Advocated by rene descartes; mind and body are separate but they interact. Physical change (bump head) mental change (pain) Phrenology the practice of
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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Myelin, Experimental Psychology, Neuroglia

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PSYCH 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iatrogenesis, Psychopharmacology, Benzodiazepine

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