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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Edward B. Titchener, Psychophysical Parallelism, Wilhelm Wundt

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28 Jul 2011
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Went to leipzig to study with wundt and later established a psychological lab in cornell university. His work is similar to wundt"s experimental psych,
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Wolfgang Köhler, Word Association, Behaviorism

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20 Jul 2011
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Www. notesolution. com all the same laws that govern what happens in any other realm. In an organism, simplicity in experience is the necessary outcome
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pythagoreanism, Pythagorean Theorem, Gnomon

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17 Jun 2011
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Chapter 2: touchstones - the origins of psychological thought. Pythagoras has often been characterized as having had a peerless influence on the course
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 1: Psychology and History

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11 May 2011
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Historiography- the study of the variety of ways in which historians have written history. Historiographers examine the variety of ways in which histor
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherFall

Chapter 10 Notes

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12 May 2011
30
20th century, stats method & logical positivism: use investigative practices, e. g. introspection. Var: can be falsified, falsifiability: observations
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Johann Friedrich Herbart, Apperception, Educational Psychology

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17 Jun 2011
30
Chapter 4: the 19th c. transformation of psychology. At the beginning of the 19th c. , many believed with kant, that psychology could never be a scienc
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherFall

Chapter 11 Notes

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12 May 2011
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Influenced by thondike and watson and with neuro approaches. Gurthrie (1886-1959: believed laws of thought were just conventions, not really laws, cont
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherFall

Chapter 6 Notes

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12 May 2011
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I ntroduction: freud popularized idea of unconsciousness. The unconscious: many meanings of unconsciousness, lack consciousness (those that are capable
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherFall

Chapter 7 Notes

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12 May 2011
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I ntroduction: functional psychology and study of animals more pop. Edward b. titchener: believed psych was different point of view of physics, believe
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 3

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24 Jun 2011
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Psychophysical Parallelism, Hermann Von Helmholtz, Johann Friedrich Herbart

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10 Jul 2015
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Fechner): hypothesized a mathematically precise relation between stimulus values and sensation that could be tested by means of experimental data. Herb
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 2

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23 Jun 2011
26
Chapter 2: touchstones: the origins of psychological thought. Touchstones: touchstone originally referred to stone used to test quality of gold or silv
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