PSYC06 - Lecture 5 Midterm Review.docx

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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC06H3
Professor
Elizabeth Page- Gould
Semester
Winter

Description
PSYC06 - Lecture 5, Cacioppo & Tassinary1990 – Psychophysiology Theory and Inference Psychophysiological relationships and psychophysiological inference Psychological and Physiological Domains – What is the relation between Body/Physiology and Mind/Psychology? Simple Questions have Complex Answers Specificity One-to-one – One psychological event maps on to one and only one physiological event. One-to-many – One psychological event maps on the many physiological events. Many-to-one – Many psychological events map onto one physiological event. Many-to-many – Many psychological events map onto many physiological events. Null – A psychological event does not map onto any physiological event or vice versa. Clustering of psychological and physiological events – Look for patterns of physiological responses or patterns or psychological responses. This reduces multiple events to a single cluster of events. These relationships are theoretical possibilities but they are bound by the world we live in. So they comprise only one dimension that we call ‘specificit
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