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Introductory Psychology: Part I

Chapter 9 Notes

Consciousness Consciousness as a Social Phenomenon first position on consciousness is that it is not a natural phenomenon and that it is supernatural and miraculous not to be understood by human mind second position is tha...

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chapter 8 notes

Memory memory cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information encoding process by which sensory information is converted into a form that can be used by brains memory system storage process of maintaining...

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Chapter 7 Notes

Perception Primary function of senses is to guide behaviour perception a rapid, automatic, unconscious process by which we recognize what is represented by information provided by our sense organs if we seesomething ambigi...

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Chapter 5 Notes

Learning and Behaviour Learning an adpative process in which the tendency to perform particular behaviour is changed by experience as conditions change we learn new behaviours and eliminate old ones learning can only be ob...

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Chapter 4 Notes

CHAPTER 4 NOTES The human brain is the only object capable of studying itself. The Brain and its Components The brain consists of anywhere between 10 billion and 100 billion nerve cells. The nerve cells of the brain are in...

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Chapter 3 Notes

CHAPTER 3 NOTES The Development of Evolutionary Theory Darwin argued that, over time, organisms originate and become adapted to their environments by biological means. His concept of biological evolution is that changes ta...

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Chapter 2 Notes

CHAPTER 2 NOTES The goal of psychology as a science is the explanation of behaviour. The vast majority of psychologists believe that behaviour, like other natural phenomena, can be studied objectively. The scientific metho...

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Chapter 1 Notes

CHAPTER 1 NOTES 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 assumption that behaviour is strictly subject to physica...

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

Chapter 4: Biology of Behaviour human brain = 1.5 kg contains 10 billion 100 billion nerve cells and about as many helper cells ? nerve cells differ in shape, size, and chemicals they produce ? nerve cells...

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Chapter 1 notes

Psychology: Philosophical roots of Psychology! Chapter 1: Rene Descartes (1596- 1650) - Also called the father of modern philosophy and of a biological tradition led to modern physiological psychology - Believed humans and...

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Textbook Notes of Chapter 1

Chapter Two The Ways & Means of Psychology Part 1: The Scientific Method in Psychology (30) - The Scientific Method consists of a set of rules that dictate the general procedure a scientist must follow in his or her resear...

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Chapter 2 summary notes

PSYA01 311010 1:30 PM WHAT IS PSYCHOLOGY psychology: a science- a science with a special focus on causes of behaviour. - coming from 2 greek words, psukhe=breathsoul, logos=wordreason - modern meaning psycho=mind, logy=sci...

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