PSYCH 2 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Memory, Nervous System, Spinal Cord

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MIDTERM EXAM
STUDY GUIDE
Fall 2018
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bosley@berkeley.edu
office hours: tuesday 9:45-10:35, location TBD
midterm exam dates:
1. Midterm 1: Thursday 9/20
2. Midterm 2: Thursday 10/18
3. Midterm 3: Thursday 11/15
- 50 MC questions
- *bring a green scantron to each test -- bookstore, amazon or coffee shops on campus
Final exam dates:
1. 12/12
*bring a green scantron
extra credit
- in-class surveys or activities
What is Psychology?
- the scientific study of the mind, behavior, and mental processes
- how the brain works
- sensory perception
- cognition
- emotion
- learning
- behavior
- personality
- development
- love and close relationships
- group dynamics, stigma, and prejudice
- helps us aser ho a I
To understand anything in the universe, we need to think about the level of analysis
the biological, the psychological, and the social-cultural levels of analysis
Biological: (Unit 1)
- neurons
- brain functioning
- genetics
- sensory perception
- consciousness
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Psychological: (Unit 2)
- cognition
- memory
- behavior
- emotion
- psychopathology
Social-Cultural: (Unit 3)
- sex, gender, and sexuality
- culture and society
- prosocial relations
- antisocial relations
History and Research Methods in Psychology (Chapter 1, p.1-30)
History of Psychology
Aristotle
- 4th century B.C.E.: Aristotle theorized about
- learning and memory
- motivation and emotion
- perception and personality
- did’t hae our koledge ut asked the right questions
Wilhelm Wundt
- established the first psychology laboratory
- tried to easure atos of the id
- added two key elements to enhance scientific nature of psychology
- carefully measured observations
- experiments to manipulate human behavior
- quantifying and measuring happiness
Edward Titchener & Structuralism
- relied o self-report data
- reports on their own experiments
- encouraged introspection, reporting on sensations and other elements of experiments in
reaction to stimuli
- used these itrospetie reports to uild a ie of the id’s struture
- the id a e roke ito opoets like sesatio ad eotios ad
eories/etal iages
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