Textbook Notes for Wolfgang Lehmann

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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Central Nervous System, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Peripheral Nervous System

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14 Dec 2013
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Chapter 4- the brain: source of mind and self. William shakespeare- the brain is the soul"s frail dwelling house . Neuropsychologists and neuroscientis
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Mary Cover Jones, Rosalie Rayner, Classical Conditioning

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28 Mar 2014
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Principles of classical conditioning: extinction, they do not always last forever. If the conditioned stimulus is repeatedly presented without the unco
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Evolutionary Psychology, Quackery, Pseudoscience

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14 Dec 2013
30
Psychology- the discipline concerned with behaviour and mental processes and how they are affected by an organism"s physical state, mental state, and e
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Naturalistic Observation, Confirmation Bias, Criterion Validity

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14 Dec 2013
20
Theory/hunch hypothesis predictions with operational definitions evidence. Theory- an organized system of assumptions and principles that purports to e
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Noam Chomsky, Language Acquisition Device, Human Genome Project

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14 Dec 2013
27
Evolutionary psychology- a field of psychology emphasizing evolutionary mechanisms that may help explain human commonalities in cognition, development,
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Canadian Psychological Association, Applied Psychology, Doctor Of Psychology

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9 Dec 2013
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Circadian Rhythm, Activation-Synthesis Hypothesis, Lucid Dream

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14 Dec 2013
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Universal Grammar, Language Acquisition Device, Stone Age

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9 Dec 2013
26
Nativists emphasized genes and natural characteristics. Empiricists focus was on learning and experience. Helped explain commonalities like language le
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Longitudinal Study, Meta-Analysis, Standard Deviation

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9 Dec 2013
16
Start out with a theory, then a hypothesis is derived. Theory: organized system of assumptions and principles that purports to explain a specified set
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Frederic Bartlett, Confabulation, Explicit Memory

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29 Dec 2015
23
Memory refers to the capacity to retain and retrieve information, as well as the structures that account for this capacity. Memory provides us with com
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Wilhelm Wundt, Psychologies

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18 Oct 2013
30
Psychology: the discipline concerned with behavior and mental processes and how they are affected by an organism"s physical state, mental state, and ex
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PSYC 1020H Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Taste Receptor, Subjective Constancy, Hot Chocolate

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5 Nov 2013
23
Sensation: the detection of physical energy emitted or reflected by physical objects. Cells doing the detecting are located in the sense organs (eyes,
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