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Chapter 2 summary notes

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31/10/10 1:30 pm psychology: a science- a science with a special focus on causes of behaviour. Coming from 2 greek words, psukhe=breath/soul, logos=wor
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chapter 8 notes

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 memory cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information.  encoding process by which sensory information is converted into a form th
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Chapter 7 Notes

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 primary function of senses is to guide behaviour.  perception a rapid, automatic, unconscious process by which we recognize what is represented by i
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Chapter 5 Notes

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PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Clozapine, Taste, Photon

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Chapter 1 notes

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Also called the father of modern philosophy and of a biological tradition led to modern physiological psychology. Believed humans and animals= machine
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Chapter 1 Notes

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Animism the belief that all animals and all moving objects possess spirits providing their motive force. Psychology as a science must be based on the a
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PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Dependent And Independent Variables, Naturalistic Observation, Scientific Method

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Www. notesolution. com of an individual"s behaviour during the course of clinical treatment or diagnosis. Most likely does not remain in the background
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Chapter 3 Notes

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Darwin argued that, over time, organisms originate and become adapted to their environments by biological means. His concept of biological evolution is
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Textbook Notes of Chapter 1

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Chapter two the ways & means of psychology. Part 1: the scientific method in psychology (30) Psychologists conduct three major types of scientific rese
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Chapter 4 Notes

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The human brain is the only object capable of studying itself. The brain consists of anywhere between 10 billion and 100 billion nerve cells. The nerve
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Chapter 2 Notes

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The goal of psychology as a science is the explanation of behaviour. The vast majority of psychologists believe that behaviour, like other natural phen
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