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Lecture 2

Lecture 2 Notes

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Department
Psychology
Course Code
PSYC21H3
Professor
David Haley

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PSYC21 – Lecture 2
Last week
- Triangular Approach?
Dates!!
Feb 1stFirst Review due!
Midterm Exam day – February 12th?
ReviewWhats required?
20% structure, 60% content, 20% style
Structure – 1 page summer, 1 page critical reflection
- summarize texts main ideas, assumptions, models, methodscritically reflect on an argument raised
Content
Show that you understand the reading ex: Key facts
Critical reflection – raising a question or bringing in other material to contrast
Practical implications? If any?
Styleformatting issues!
Discussion Forum Reports – question posted Thursday, discussion will close on Monday
Aa160 – 12-1 jan 20thNew Frontiers seminar series
Triangular Approach (last week!)
Evolution (zoo)Natural Selection
Development (crib) - Lifespan
Neuroscience (Tinker Toys)Brain development, brain size and brain function
*Multi-Level Approach sensory perception (translated) to ACTION!
- sensory/perception - motivation - action
- motivation links perception and action together
- social neuroscienceneuroimaging and ability to see where its happening
www.notesolution.com
Dunbar
- Evolution of social brain
Why so big? Represented by the neocortex, social groups and monogamy
- extended period of development ex: not being able to walk for a long time
- foraging (food source memory)
Social brain hypothesis (Byrne & Whitens Machievellian Intelligence hypothesis.)
- understand others and able to respond and act on others behaviours
- larger neocortex relative to rest of the brain related to number of people in your group
Dunabrs number- size of brain relevant to your sociality (size of social group and certain
characteristics)
- read more on him and his work!
Bigger Brains in Pairbonds!
Species showing pair bonds have greater neocorte
birds and some other species, especially single pairbonds than polygamous
- primates* doesnt matter if polygamous or monogamoussocial connection similar
- Development of Theory of mind?
The Social Sense: Susceptibility to Others`Beliefs in Human Infants and Adults
When does the social mind first appear?
- theory theory tasksmind reading” Standard view: 4yrs vs. Radical view: 7m
established by knowing a belief other than your own, events taking place and what is known
- theory of mind is key for cooperation able to differentiate what you know and they know
- 56 seven month old infants
cartoon of a smurf, which watches a ball roll behind an object and either
- stops and remains hidden behind object
- starts rolling again and disappears by rolling off table
- smurf either watches the whole process or leaves too soon to see the balls final location
*infant look longer at situations where smurf is surprised/false beliefshows that infant is able to project
their own theory of mind on the smurf and able to see what the smurf’s theory of mind is
- Look at the video
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PSYC21 Lecture 2 Last week - Triangular Approach? Dates!! Feb 1 First Review due! th Midterm Exam day February 12 ? Review Whats required? 20% structure, 60% content, 20% style Structure 1 page summer, 1 page critical reflection - summarize texts main ideas, assumptions, models, methods critically reflect on an argument raised Content Show that you understand the reading ex: Key facts Critical reflection raising a question or bringing in other material to contrast Practical implications? If any? Style formatting issues! Discussion Forum Reports question posted Thursday, discussion will close on Monday Aa160 12-1 jan 20 New Frontiers seminar series Triangular Approach (last week!) Evolution (zoo) Natural Selection Development (crib) - Lifespan Neuroscience (Tinker Toys) Brain development, brain size and brain function *Multi-Level Approach sensory perception (translated) to ACTION! - sensoryperception - motivation - action - motivation links perception and action together - social neuroscience neuroimaging and ability to see where its happening www.notesolution.com
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