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UGAPSYC 1101AcheeFall

PSYC 1101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 80 pages long!)

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Social psychology: how people influence other people"s thoughts, action, and feelings. Humans have motivation to form and fit into groups and maintain
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Psychology, William James, Wilhelm Wundt

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The scientific study of behavior and mental processes (thought) Provides tools to help us gain insight into our own behavior, as well as our relationsh
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UGAPSYC 1101AcheeFall

PSYC 1101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 80 pages long!)

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Social psychology: how people influence other people"s thoughts, action, and feelings. Humans have motivation to form and fit into groups and maintain
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UGAPSYC 1101A L LFall

Chapter 8 Notes

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PSYCH Ch. 11 (scored 92%)

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Lecture 1 (93% on the test)

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humanistic approaches (got 94% in the course)

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UGAPSYC 1101A L LSpring

31 (all the notes you need)

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UGAPSYC 1101A L LFall

PSYC 1101 Notes

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PSCY PART Chapter 6 (got A in the course)

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UGAPSYC 1101Kenneth WelchSummer

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Clef, Acrostic, Observational Learning

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When you are learning how to play the piano, the statement every good boy does fine can help you remember the notes e, g, b, d, and f for the lines of
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UGAPSYC 1101Kenneth WelchSummer

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Episodic Memory, Implicit Memory, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence

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UGAPSYC 3260AllFall

PSYC 3250 Exam 5 Professor Calhoun

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CHEM 4120 Final Exam Spring 2014 Professor Phillips

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POLS 1101 Exam 3 Professor Bakker

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SPAN 1002 Final Exam Professor Vazquez Page 1

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HORT 2000 Exam 1 Professor Berle

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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture 6: The Science of Addiction

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The science of addiction: genetics and the brain. A drug that temporarily produces a calming or drowsy effect. Although alcohol use is legal for adults
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rorschach Test, Karen Horney, Thematic Apperception Test

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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Impulsivity, Borderline Personality Disorder, Schizotypal Personality Disorder

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Dissociative disorders are disruptions in memory, awareness, and identity. Dissociative disorders- involve disruptions of identity, of memory, or of co
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UGAPSYC 1101AcheeFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Synapse, Motor Cortex, Scientific Method

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Nervous system is responsible for everything people think, feel, or do. Nerve cells(neurons): receive, integrate and transit info in the nervous system
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hindsight Bias, Barnum Effect, Confirmation Bias

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Problem: there are hurdles that often skew our logic and affect our research. The tendency to believe after learning the outcome of an event that you k
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Developmental Psychology, School Psychology, Educational Psychologist

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Eclectic means that you use several of the theories to describe behavior. Goal: help professional and amateur athletes overcome problems, enhance their
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Illusory Correlation, Inverse Relation, Frequency Distribution

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Research project that investigates the degree to which two variables are related to each other. Does not say that one variable causes another. Pros det
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Lev Vygotsky, Puberty

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Inborn predisposition to consistently behave and react in a certain way. The difference between what a child can do with help and what the child can do
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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Playtime, Adaptation, Social Intuitionism

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Attachment- strong intimate, emotional connection between people that persists over time and across circumstances. Tendency to bond is an adaptive trai
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Type A And Type B Personality Theory, Coronary Artery Disease, Communalism

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Stress = a physical and mental response to a challenging or threatening situation. Stressor = a stressful stimulus a condition demanding adaptation. Mo
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UGAPSYC 1101FrickFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Stage Fright, Facilitated Communication, Syphilis

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Behavior: can be observed by others: many levels to study and understand behavior. Mind: can"t be directly seen (ex: how do we study/de ne depression i
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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter 1.1-1.2: Psychology chapter summary 1.1-1.2

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Psychology study of mental activity and behavior, and psychological science is not about intuitions or common sense. It is study of mind, brain, and be
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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1-1: Prefrontal Cortex, Minimal Group Paradigm, Henri Tajfel

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Chapter 2 (review notes)

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Chapter 5 (got best mark for course)

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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.2: Sigmund Freud, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Waking Hours

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*many brain regions are more active during sleep than during wakefulness. * circadian rhythms: brain activity and other physiological processes are reg
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UGAPSYC 1101A L LSpring

Chapter 6 Post Test (got A in the course)

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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1: Primitive Reflexes, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Visual Acuity

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Prenatal period: begins with conception and ends with birth. Infancy: begins at birth and lasts 18 to 24 months. Childhood: begins at the end of infanc
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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1: Brain Death, Freudian Slip, Subliminal Stimuli

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* people can be conscious of their surroundings even they do not appear to be. * conscious experiences are associated with brain activity. ** conscious
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PSYC 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Stage Fright, Facilitated Communication, Syphilis

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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture 6: The Science of Addiction

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PSYC 1101 Chapter 1.1-1.2: Psychology chapter summary 1.1-1.2

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Psychology study of mental activity and behavior, and psychological science is not about intuitions or common sense. It is study of mind, brain, and be
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UGAPSYC 1101CyterskiFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rorschach Test, Karen Horney, Thematic Apperception Test

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PSYC 1101 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Psychology, William James, Wilhelm Wundt

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The scientific study of behavior and mental processes (thought) Provides tools to help us gain insight into our own behavior, as well as our relationsh
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UGAPSYC 1101AcheeFall

PSYC 1101- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 80 pages long!)

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Social psychology: how people influence other people"s thoughts, action, and feelings. Humans have motivation to form and fit into groups and maintain
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UGAPSYC 1101AcheeFall

PSYC 1101- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 80 pages long!)

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Social psychology: how people influence other people"s thoughts, action, and feelings. Humans have motivation to form and fit into groups and maintain
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UGAPSYC 1101JohnacheeFall

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Impulsivity, Borderline Personality Disorder, Schizotypal Personality Disorder

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Dissociative disorders are disruptions in memory, awareness, and identity. Dissociative disorders- involve disruptions of identity, of memory, or of co
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PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Chemical Synapse, Motor Cortex, Scientific Method

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Nervous system is responsible for everything people think, feel, or do. Nerve cells(neurons): receive, integrate and transit info in the nervous system
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Psychology-child development (full notes)

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PSYC 1101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Agreeableness, Observational Learning, Positive Psychology

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PSYC 1101 Quiz: Quiz 6 Review Notes

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PSYC 1101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: The Vibrations, Basilar Membrane, Stirrup

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PSYC 1101 Quiz: Quiz 7 Review Notes

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