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Psychology 1A

PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Animal Cognition, Exaptation, Ethology

Motivation Why do we behav. in a certain way? Very broad class -b/c motivation & emotion in a lot of classes of psych Motivation includes: - hunger / thirst - achievement ...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sexual Repression, Unconscious Mind, Frontal Lobe

Personality What is personality? no personality = not true Persistent pattern of behav Laymen def: - Originally only diff b/t people and animals - association w/ individuality - ...

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PSYC1001 Final: Cross Cultural Psych

CrossCultural Psychology Dominant aust culture: European anglo Asians = new comers I Aust = displaced marginalised Stereotypes can be true and untrue US dominant in psych Mainstream psych applied to universal vs culturespe...

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PSYC1001 Final: Social Psychology

PSYC 1001 Social Psychology What is social psych? Allport; 1935: the scientific investigation of how the thoughts, feeling and behaviours of indiv. are influenced by the actual or implied presence of others Social psych e...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Falsifiability, Psych, Behaviorism

PSYC 1001 Psychological Perspectives: Definition: scientific study of behaviour and mental processes behaviour = overt (observable) actions mental processes = thoughts (memories imagery); emotions. Interaction bt 2 = decis...

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PSYC1001 Final: Health Psychology

PSYC 1001 Health Psychology Leading COD 1907: Infectious Disease (happened to us) 2002: Circulatory disease cancers (doing it to ourselves) disease and health started to be looked at in broader perspective. Categories of ...

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PSYC1001 Final: Developmental Psychology

PSYC 1001 Issues and methods in developmental psychology What is devel.? Process of going from a child adult Change over time What develops? self awareness physical devel. motor devel. sexual devel. communication soc...

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PSYC1001 Final: Consciousness

PSYC 1001 Consciousness What is consciousness? Very tricky to define Awake vs asleep? Conscious colour of red? Working definition varies depending on study being undertaken Content of consciousness Psyc is the science of ...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sample Size Determination, Pseudoscience, Ad Hominem

PSYC1001: Statistics 1. Attitude of Science: Science and Pseudoscience; How science evolves and pseudoscience stagnates 3 main magisteria: relevation (religion), intuition (emotions, opinions, etc), science Magisteria nono...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Implicit Stereotype, Mind Control

PSYC1001: Social 1. Definitions and Methods Scientific investigation of how thoughts, feelings and behaviours of individuals are influenced by the actual or implied presence of others Allport (1935) {emphasizes social infl...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Penrod, Franz Liszt, Note-Taking

PSYC1001 Exam Notes (Forensic Psychology) 1 Lecture 1: Introduction to Forensic Psychology Some people (i.e. Blackburn, 1996) argue that the term Forensic Psychology should only be used to denote: direct ...

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PSYC1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Steven Pinker, Floyd Henry Allport

Intro to Psychology- PSYC1001 Notes Psychology is… • The scientific study of behavior and mental processes. • Behavior: over (observable) actions. • Mental processes o th...

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PSYC1001 - Psychology 1A Lecture + Textbook Summary notes

PSYC1001 Lecture Summary Lecture 1 Psychological Perspectives Behaviour overt, observable actions. The physiological correlates of actions. Mental Processes Thoughts, Emotions, Interactions between the two. The goals of sc...

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Psychology 1001 Final Exam Notes

Developmental Psych 1. Theories and methods in developmental psychologyTheoretical approached and issues (nature v nurture; continuity v discontinuity)research designs: naturalistic, correlational, experimental methods, cr...

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PSYC1001 - Notes for whole subject

Psychology Notes Chapter One- Perspectives in Psychology Psychology is the scientific investigation of mental processes and behaviour. Change blindness is an example of humans only being able to remember what we were payin...

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