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Psychology 1: Understanding Mind, Brain and Behaviour

PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Encoding Specificity Principle, Preposition And Postposition, Noam Chomsky

What is Psychology Defined as the scientific investigation of mental processes Thinking, remembering, feeling The interaction between mental processes and behaviour Cognitive, developmental, social, personality, biopsychol...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sample Size Determination, Design Issues, Confidence Interval

Research Methods Independent variable: the manipulation introduced by the researcher, the treatment variable Dependent variable: the outcome measured by the researcher, the variable that is dependent upon the treatment Ran...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Intersubjectivity, Dazed, Breastfeeding

Developmental Psychology Developmental Psychology Change across the lifespan Developmental Psychologists study change at every level of analysis attested in psychology Describe both normative and abnormal processes A very ...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phenotype, Egg Cell, Down Syndrome

Developmental Psychology Definitions and important concepts: Attachment: enduring ties of affection that children form with their primary caregiver. Attachment includes: A desire for proximity to an attachment figure. A se...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Treccani, San Francisco State University, Publication Bias

The stroop task and bilinguals Identifying the issue with research The stroop task (Stroop, 1935) has long been a popular paradigm in cognitive psychology. It is thought that the task represents a measure of cognitive conf...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Final: Issues in Developmental Psychology

Issues in Developmental Psychology Nature and Nature and nurture both contribute to development, and their roles are not Nurture easily separated because environmental events turn genes on and off. ...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Development, Childhood Amnesia, Explicit Memory

Cognitive Development Cognitive development - understanding the divisions that a particular community or group makes in order to represent them mentally. Conceptual development Category - a class of thing...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Change, Attachment In Adults, John Bowlby

Social Development Social development - changes in interpersonal thought, feeling and behaviour throughout the life span. Attachment Attachment - the enduring ties to affection that children form with their...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Twin, Xyy Syndrome, Chromosome Abnormality

Biology and Developmental Psychology Genetic Foundations Theres natural variation in the human population physical, cognitive (eg: IQ) and behavioural. Genetics is the 'nature' side of the Nature-Nurture ...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Feature Integration Theory, Hemispatial Neglect, Inattentional Blindness

Attention Selected or focused attention Sustained attention Divided attention and dual task performance Feature integration theory and the blinding problem Perceptual load theory Inattention...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phrase Structure Rules, Sign Language, Formant

Language Importance of Language Human language development represents a unique abstraction. Language refers to a system of thought, not necessarily spoken language - eg: written language, sign language, bo...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Externalizing Disorders, Physical Strength, Effect Size

Controversies in Development Maternal Employment Two potential negative outcomes of increased maternal employment: 1. Decreased quality of maternal caregiving (esp. in first year), eg: attachment bonds may not ...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Explicit Memory, Procedural Memory, Display Rules

Memory Working Memory and Long-Term Memory Many psychologists now refer to STM as working memory - the temporary storage and processing of information that can be used to solve problems, respond to environmental...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lev Vygotsky, Object Permanence, Lotfi A. Zadeh

Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development Piaget (1970) proposed that children develop knowledge by inventing or constructing reality out of their own experience, mixing what they observe with their own ideas abo...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan
PSYC1003 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subjective Constancy, Motion Perception, Depth Perception

Sensation and Perception Sensation Sensation - process by which sense organs gather information about the environment and transmit it to the brain for initial processing. Sensation begins with an environme...

Psychology
PSYC1003
Anne and Evan

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