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U OF SPSY 120TeucherWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes -Wilhelm Wundt, Wilhelm Reich, Phallic Stage

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Chapter 1: top down knowledge- info sent to the government. Psychology- behavior and mental processes and how they are affected in physical, mental sta
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U OF SPSY 120Rempel MartinFall

PSY 110 Chapter 1,2,8,11-16: Psych 121 complete notes

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U OF SPSY 120Martin RempelFall

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Social Neuroscience, Behaviorism, John Dewey

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Recognizes the importance of the individual in the broad context. Goals of psychology: be specific; define your terms describing what happens explainin
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U OF SPSY 120Neil HibbertFall

Chapter6.docx

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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Pseudoscience, Canadian Psychological Association

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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Leaky Bucket, Semantic Memory, Implicit Memory

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Memory refers to the capacity to retain and retrieve information, and also to the structures that. Memory is selective so that our minds aren"t clutter
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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Language Acquisition Device, Universal Grammar, Genetic Marker

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Evolutionary psychology: a field of psychology emphasizing evolutionary mechanisms that may help explain human commonalities in cognition, development,
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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Color Blindness, Color Vision, Sensory Deprivation

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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Classical Conditioning, Little Albert Experiment, Radical Behaviorism

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Learning: a relatively permanent change in behaviour due to experience. Behaviourism: an approach to psychology that emphasizes the study of observable
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U OF SPSY 120Lee SandersWinter

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Adrenal Gland

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Chapter 4 the brain, source of mind and self. Neuropsychologists and neuroscientists study the brain and the rest of the nervous system in the hopes of
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U OF SPSY 120Mac Gregor MichaelFall

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Habituation, Little Albert Experiment, Robert A. Rescorla

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Learning: the acquisition of new knowledge, skills, or responses from experience that results in a relatively permanent change in the state of the lear
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U OF SPSY 120Mac Gregor MichaelFall

PSY 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Motion Perception, Taste Bud, Retinal Ganglion Cell

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