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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Alpha Beta

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19 Jul 2014
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Great britain and germany, late 1800s: are thoughts imaged-based or imageless, british associationists / german reaction time work, what methods are ap
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Lecture 8.docx

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11 Jul 2014
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Turing Machine, Cognitive Psychology, Unconscious Mind

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31 Jul 2014
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Primary stimulus for growth of cognitive psychology came from outside academic psychology: developments in logic, mathematics, computer science themsel
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Associationism

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2 Jul 2014
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Studied through analysis of the products of social relations language, myths and customs. The w rzburg school : rival school of psychology in germany,
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Turing Machine

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24 Jul 2014
27
Recall watson"s behaviorism: focus on behavioural phenomena not the mind"s content or functions, collect objective data, apply principles of psychology
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Gestalt Psychology, Franz Brentano, Morrill Land-Grant Acts

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10 Jul 2015
26
Recall: wundt"s: appropriate for studying higher mental processes . July 2nd, 2014: studied through analysis of the products of social relations looks
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Res Extensa, Scientific Revolution, Scientific Modelling

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10 Jul 2015
28
Recall: the renaissance: which gives scientists power. Role in society went from passive to active; active study of the world: revolution in physics: S
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: A Priori And A Posteriori, Episteme, Unmoved Mover

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15 Jun 2014
19
Is knowledge innate or acquired: this is the nature-nurture problem, a priori or a posteriori, e. g. , egyptian king (7th century bc) the king wanted t
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Polytheism, Greek Mythology, Eastern Orthodox Liturgical Calendar

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10 Jul 2015
26
Three main problems in psychology (lecture content: as proposed by berlyne (1928 1976), mind-body: the materialism/dualism debate. Materialism: the vie
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Res Extensa, Episodic Memory, Pineal Gland

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11 Jun 2014
26
The renaissance (redefining the human being so they"re no longer viewed as being passive) revolution in physics methodological empiricism (looking arou
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Great Chain Of Being, Potentiality And Actuality, Tabula Rasa

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24 May 2014
27
Aristotle (384-322 bce: plato"s student (who believed that we"re born with perfect, shared, universal knowledge. To work with this knowledge, we need d
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PSYC85H3 Lecture Notes - Centre For Addiction And Mental Health, Moral Treatment, Human Science

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8 May 2014
25
University college james baldwin: bit controversial he was an american and canada really only wanted canadian professors, he wasa an experimental psych
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