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Textbook Notes for Nursing PSY113 at Seneca College

SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: B. F. Skinner, Prefrontal Cortex, Operant Conditioning Chamber

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Learning: a change in an organism"s behavior or thought as a result of experience. There are several different types of learning. Psy113 chapter 6: lea
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SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Depth Perception, Phi Phenomenon, Gestalt Psychology

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Two sides of the coin: sensation and perception. Lo 4. 1: identify the basic principles that apply to all senses. Illusion: perception in which the way
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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Availability Heuristic, Prelingual Deafness, Vocal Tract

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Lo 8. 2: describe what factors affect our reasoning world. Thinking: any mental activity or processing of information, including learning, remembering,
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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Availability Heuristic, Representativeness Heuristic, Hindsight Bias

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SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Naturalistic Observation, Impression Management, Malingering

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The beauty and necessity of good research designs. Lo 2. 1: identify why we need research designs: in the early 1990s, an autism treatment called facil
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SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Lucid Dream, Circadian Rhythm

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Consciousness: our objective experience of the world and ourselves. Psy113 chapter 5: consciousness altered (e. g. through sleep paralysis). It encompa
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SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Postcentral Gyrus, Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential

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Lo 3. 1: distinguish between the parts of neurons and what they do. Neurons: nerves cells specialized for communication with each other. There are arou
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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Long-Term Memory, Echoic Memory, Implicit Memory

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7. 3 difference the subtypes of long-term memory: semantic memory tends to activate the left frontal cortex more than the right frontal cortex and vise
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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: The Cocktail Party, Inner Ear, Visual Agnosia

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4. 2 discuss the role of attention and the nature of the binding problem: when in an environment with 2 or more stimuli, we tend to hone in on one and
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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Radiography, Parasympathetic Nervous System, Spatial Memory

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3. 1 distinguish parts of neurons and what they do. We have about 85 billion neurons in our brain. There are probably about 160 trillion connections in
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SENECANursing PSY113Kristian WeihsFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Method, Edward B. Titchener, Ulric Neisser

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SENECANursing PSY113Donna FrankFall

Nursing PSY113 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Rebound Effect, Slow-Wave Sleep, Lucid Dream

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5. 2 identify the different stages of sleep and the neural activity and dreaming behaviours that occur in each: rem was discovered when eugene aserinsk
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