Class Notes for PSYC 1001 at University of Colorado - Boulder (CU-BOULDER)

CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001starFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Group Psychotherapy, Online Chat, Bipolar Disorder

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6 Dec 2016
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Person"s subjective experience of the world and the mind. Brain is active before we are conscious of decisions. Capacity to include some objects but no
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Randall O'reillyFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Fall 2018 Lecture 1 - Dependent and independent variables, Limbic system, Random assignment

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21 Sep 2018
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Hey, how about some objective data: behaviorists: rejection of introspection can only study and theorize about what is objectively observable: behavior
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Jennifer StratfordSpring

PSYC 1001 Lecture 1: PSYC 1001 Chapters 1-5

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22 Feb 2017
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Behavior: observable actions of human beings and nonhuman animals. Two main reasons: psychology teaches us to think critically, psychology helps us suc
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Joe BertaFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Pocket Computer, Waking Life, Hypnosis

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16 Mar 2016
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Consciousness: our awareness of ourselves and our environment. Stream of consciousness: william james (late 1800s, consciousness moves, lows, changes l
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Joe BertaFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Detection Theory, Subliminal Stimuli, Absolute Threshold

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16 Mar 2016
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Psych chapter 6: sensation and perception class note. Two types of information processing: bottom-up processing: analysis that begins with the sense re
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Diane MartichuskiFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deinstitutionalisation, Antipsychotic, Jean Piaget

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27 Aug 2015
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Psychology is the science that studies behavior and the physiological and cognitive processes that underlie it. It is the profession that applies the a
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Joe BertaFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Axon Hillock, Myelin, Multiple Sclerosis

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16 Mar 2016
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3 funcional types of neurons: sensory neurons: receive signals from outside the nervous system, motor neurons: carry informaion from the nervous system
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Joe BertaFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Empiricism, Behaviorism

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16 Mar 2016
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4 inluence of descartes on the development of psychology: 1. Modern resoluion: materialism: everything is physical, we are our brains. Physiology: how
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Joe BertaFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Naturalistic Observation, Hindsight Bias, Statistical Significance

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16 Mar 2016
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Psyc 1001 chapter 1: thinking criically with psychological science. Staisical signiicance: a stasical statement of how likely it is that an obtained re
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Chelsea PierottiFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture 18: Behavior Response

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7 Dec 2016
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001starFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Karen Horney, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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5 Dec 2016
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CU-BOULDERPSYC 1001Chelsea PierottiFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture 19: Social Behavior and Stress

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5 Dec 2016
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