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Chapter 1 Review Notes from Psychological Science

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Psychology
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PSY100H1
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PSY100 t midterm: review
Chapter 1:
Key terms:
Psychological Science: study of mind, brain and behaviour;
Mind: mental activity such as thoughts and feelings
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Behaviour: wide variety of actions
Neurotransmitters: brain works through actions of chemicals known as neurotransmitters-
communicate messages between nerve cells
Human Genome: basic genetic code for human body
Mind is adaptive ±
Evolutionary theory: emphasizes the inherited adaptive value of behaviour and mental activity
throughout the entire history of a species
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Adaptations: physical characteristics, skills or abilities that increase the chances of reproduction
or survival
e.g., child has a sense of height
Culture: beliefs, values, rules and customs that exist within a group of people who share a
common language and environment and that are transmitted through learning from one
generation to the next ± Cultural Revolution, humans are dependent on other humans from birth
Nature Nurture: arguments concerning whether psychological characteristics are biologically
innate or acquired through education, experience, and culture.
Mind-Body problem: psychological issue that considers whether mind and body are separate
and distinct or whether the mind is simply the subjective experience of the physical brain.
Introspection (Wundt): systematic examination of subjective mental experiences that requires
people to inspect and report on the content of their thoughts
Structuralism (Titchener): an approach to psychology based on idea that conscious experience
can be broken down into its basic underlying components or elements
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PSY100 J midterm: review Chapter 1: Key terms: Psychological Science: study of mind, brain and behaviour; Mind: mental activity such as thoughts and feelings %K02L3L8ZK,99K0-7,L3408 physical brain that enables mind Behaviour: wide variety of actions Neurotransmitters: brain works through actions of chemicals known as neurotransmitters- communicate messages between nerve cells Human Genome: basic genetic code for human body Mind is adaptive Evolutionary theory: emphasizes the inherited adaptive value of behaviour and mental activity throughout the entire history of a species Natural Selection,7ZL389K0479K480ZK4L3K07L9.K,7,.907L89L.89K,9K0O59K02,,5994 their particular environment have a selective advantage ove79K480ZK4439 Adaptations: physical characteristics, skills or abilities that increase the chances of reproduction or survival e.g., child has a sense of height Culture: beliefs, values, rule
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