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Lecture 3

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC18H3
Professor
G Cupchik
Semester
Winter

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PSCY18 Lecture 3 Objective knowledge: supposedly about the external public world BUT actually reflects internal learned conventions and standards. Subjective knowledge – supposedly about the internal private world BUT actually is projected onto the imagined world out there But neither is what it seems. Nothing is asoutlely true. Ogbjective knowledge is not as objecvtive as you thinbk. Even when you take a pholtograph of the class: you are choosing to take it cfrom a certain side, certain angle. Mind and body always together. Feelings and thoughts are together as well. Thinking always leaves residue. There are situations. Contexts for our emtoinos. We interpret thigns a certain ways. Actions and reactions. Mind and body interaciotn. Stimulus emphasis: need to look at the stimulus coming at you. Got to make a decision. If you make worng diecsion, oyu are dead in game, dead in rali life, or physically or in career. Adaption: stimulus oriented. Vigilant. Appraise, evlautaio. ,look at features. Self termintaitng. Stop the search when you find what you mean. You’ve gone through the list.. match them to the lists we have in our heads. This side you are thinking about it systematically. Brings up memories of your life. Does it consciously. The other side of the ilst is automatic. It can overwhelm you, but not by choice. Reaction. Mental. Search for meaning. Meaningful to us in our
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