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Psychology 2: Understanding People in Context

PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Revised Neo Personality Inventory, Thematic Apperception Test, Personality Psychology
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Personality Psychology: Introduction and Research Methods What is personality? Personality is a dynamic organisation, inside the person, of psychophysical systems that create the person's characteristic pattern...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Optical Illusion, Social Reality, Social Influence
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Norm Formation Sherif's Autokinetic Studies (1935, 1936): Autokinetic effect is an optical illusion. People are placed in a dark room and asked to observe a pinpoint of light for some time. After a while, t...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Brodmann Area 10, Cerebral Circulation, Frontal Lobe
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The Neuropsychology of Living The Polygraph (the lie detector test): Used extensively in the past. Relies on changes in heart rate, skin conductance and blood pressure. These physiological markers change...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Machiavellianism, Psychopathy
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The Dark Triad of Personality: Narcissism, Machiavellianism and Psychopathy Paulhus and Williams (2004) Aim: are narcissism, psychopathy and Machiavellianism conceptually distinct or equivalent? Results - corr...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Donald O. Hebb, Cochlear Implant, Neurotechnology
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Biological Psychology All psychological phenomena - hopes, fear, plans, virtuous behaviour and decadent behaviour, etc. - are explainable in terms of brain function. Biological psychology - the scientific study of th...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anglo-Celtic Australians, Classical Conditioning, Cognitive Dissonance
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Attitudes and Behaviour What are attitudes? Attitude - an association between an act or object and an evaluation. ABCs of attitudes: Affect: evaluations are based on positive and negative emotions associate...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Classical Conditioning, Little Albert Experiment, Operant Conditioning
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Learning There are 2 types of associative learning: Classical Conditioning (Pavlovian conditioning) A type of learning in which a neural stimulus acquires the ability to evoke a response that was originally ...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Realistic Conflict Theory, Nazi Propaganda, Scapegoating
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Stereotyping and Prejudice Prejudice - an unfavourable attitude directed towards groups based off incorrect or insufficient information. Prejudice requires a distinction between ingroups and outgroups -...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Geert Hofstede, Cultural Psychology, Culture Shock
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Cross-Cultural Psychology What is culture? Schein (1980) defines organisational culture as: 1. a pattern of basic assumptions 2. invented, discovered or developed by a given group 3. as it learns ...

Psychology
PSYC1004
Kristen
PSYC1004 Study Guide - Final Guide: Classical Conditioning, Ethology, Operant Conditioning
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Behaviourism and Social-Cognitive Theories Social-Cognitive Theories Developed by academic psychologists. Attempt to obtain strong empirical support. Origin: behaviourism Influences: cognitive and soc...

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