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Department
Psychology
Course
PSY100H1
Professor
Ashley W.Denton
Semester
Fall

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Psychology Evolves In Socio­Historical Context Chapter 1: Introduction (Pages 16 – 25) • Psychology = Philosophy + Physiology • Wilhelm Wundt: conscious experience; introspection • Edward Titchener: structuralism è conscious experience can be broken down • William James: stream of consciousness; functionalism è no breakdown • Gestalt theory: the whole ≠ sum of constituents è phenomenological • Sigmund Freud: psychoanalysis è bring the unconscious part to the conscious • John Watson • B.F. Skinner + free will Behaviorism è environmental effect • George A. Miller: cognitive psychology; think, learn, remember • Carl Rogers • Abraham Maslow Humanism è freedom & personal growth + Erik Erikson Chapter 9: Motivation and Emotion (Pages 406 – 414) • Sexual response cycle: excitement àplateau àOàresolution (M-refractory period) • Hormones è Physical characteristics Androgen – testosterone M – same rate è Motivation oxytocin F – 28 day cycle • Double standards: premarital sex is acceptable for men but not for women • Difference in sexual motives è erotic plas
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