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Psychological Issues in Contemporary Society

PSYC 106 - Movies and Mental Illnesses – FINAL EXAM STUDY GUIDE.pdf
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PSYC 106 Movies and Mental IllnessesLecture 1 What is abnormalNormal Distributionprobability theory provides a definition of normal and abnormal What is abnormal from a clinical perspectiveSymptoms need to cause significan...

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PSYC 106 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psych, Reward System, Reinforcement

Psych 106 Exam 2 Phone Use 1.Discuss how common mobile phone use is, inclusive of activities such as texting. How much are young children using things like ipads? What are the implications of overuse. ...

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Sherri Atwood
PSYC 106 Study Guide - Final Guide: Asthma, Jenny Mccarthy, John Stuart Mill

PSYC106 Final Notes Lecture 1 Suffering vs. Illness/Disorder What is a feeling? When does this become an illness? Who draws the line between suffering and medical illness? How do we draw this line? What...

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Martin Davidson
PSYC 106 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Herd Mentality, Social Loafing, Social Comparison Theory
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Study Questions Lecture 1: 1. In many respects, media psychology is an old field. Why? a. Ever since the invention of the radio, people have been worried about the effects of mass media and how they will affect peoples tho...

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Sherri Atwood
PSYC 106 Study Guide - Final Guide: Therapeutic Relationship, Gender Variance, Dysphoria
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PSYC 106 FINAL EXAM REVIEW Sadness/Depression - Bereavement exclusion - Chemical imbalance issue - Other psych theories (just be familiar with these in general) Anxiety - Why so many different d...

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PSYC 106
Martin Davidson
PSYC 106 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fundamental Attribution Error, Theory Of Planned Behavior

Attributions judgements about causes of our own and other people's behaviour and outcomes Personal attributions people's behaviour is caused by their characteristics Situational attributions aspects of situation cause beha...

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