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Textbook Notes for PSYC 1000 at University of Guelph

Introduction to Psychology

PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Limbic System, Endocrine System, Temporal Lobe

Chapter 3 Summary Neural Communication - Glial Cells are found throughout the nervous system o Provide structural support, nourishment, and insulation o Help modulate communication, but they...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Blind Experiment, Procedural Memory, Change Blindness

Chapter 7 Summary Notes The Story of H.M. He was 27 years old in 1953 when he had most of his hippocampus and surrounding brain tissue removed (suffered from epilepsy in the hippocampus region) o Operation was successful,...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dependent And Independent Variables, Naturalistic Observation, Random Assignment

Chapter 2 Summary Five Characteristics of Good Research 1. Use of objective measures The measure is consistent across instruments and observers you cant rely on personal feelings or thoughts Use of operational definitions ...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Bystander (Magazine), Pluralistic Ignorance, Social Loafing

Chapter 13 Summary Social Psychology - Branch of psychology that deals with how the individual is influenced by others The Person and the Situation - In order to understand social reality, we need to study the...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Prenatal Development, Moro Reflex, Fetus

Chapter 10 Summary: Issues in Developmental Psychology - Development: refers to the continuities and changes that occur within the individual between conception and death o the most dramatic cha...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Depersonalization Disorder, Selective Breeding, Panic Attack

Chapter 15 Summary What is Abnormal? When discussing psychological disorders, we need to keep in mind: o How can the label of a disorder affect people? o How do we decide that a set of symptoms has crossed a line and beco...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Systems Theory, Lobotomy, Tardive Dyskinesia

Chapter 16 Summary Insight Therapies - Insight therapies = a general term for talk therapy between client and therapist with the goal of gaining awareness and understanding of psychological problems and conf...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mirror Neuron, Piggy Bank, Bobo Doll Experiment

Chapter 6 Summary: What is Learning? Two processes of change in our development maturation and learning Learning: a process by which behaviour or knowledge changes as a result of experience o Allows us to adapt to our en...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter 11: Module 11
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Module 11 11.1 Hunger and Eating Motivation: concerns the physiological and psychological processes underlying the initiation of behaviours that direct organisms toward specific goals Motives: the initiation factors Drive:...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.3: Ernest Hilgard, Orexin, Prefrontal Cortex
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Module 5 5.1 Wakefulness and Sleep Consciousness: subjective awareness, including thoughts, perceptions, experiences of the world, and selfawareness Sometimes consciousness can seem to wander, sometimes we feel like it is ...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Electromagnetic Pulse, Radio Wave, Nucleus Accumbens
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Module 3 3.2 How the Neurons System Works: Cells and Neurotransmitters The neurons Myelin reduces the rate of decay of the AP Multiple sclerosis: myelin sheath is attacked by body The strength of a stimuli is based on the ...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter 10: Module 10
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Module 10 Infancy and Childhood: Cognitive and Emotional Development Piagets Cognitive Development Theory Cognitive development The study of changes in memory, thought, and reasoning processes that occur throughout the lif...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1-5.2: Chemotherapy, Methadone, Barbiturate
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Module 5.3 Drugs and Conscious Experiences Griffiths has conducted experiments on the potential of the psilocybin mushroom to reduce depression in cancer patient Patient reported improvements of emotional state after takin...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Demand Characteristics, Confounding, Sampling Bias
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Module 2 2.1 Principles of Scientific Research Objective VS Subjective Objective: Certain facts can be observed regardless of the individual. Anyone given the same sets of methods, instruments will observe it Subjective On...

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PSYC 1000 Chapter 6: Module 6
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Module 6 6.1 Classical Conditioning Learning Behaviour or knowledge change as a result of experience Cognitive learning is what we do in school Associative learning is critical for survival Pavlov A Russian physiologist st...

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