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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordFall

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Philippe Pinel, Animal Magnetism, William Tuke

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Chapter 5: the practice of psychology at the interface with. This chapter focuses on the historical figures and their work to account for development o
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordFall

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cogito Ergo Sum, Nicolaus Copernicus, Tabula Rasa

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The naturalistic terms about the thought of man in naturalistic terms occurred in context of faith both protestant and catholic. Desecrates and locke w
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Daniel Defoe, Henry Fielding, Industrial Revolution

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Technologies such as diary wriing, novel wriing, leter wriing, the mirror all changed the way people viewed themselves. The industrial revoluion remade
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordFall

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Gustav Fechner, Noumenon, Wilhelm Wundt

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Chapter 3 subject matter, methods, and the making of new science. Germany is often identified as the birth place of new sicence . Nineteenth century: w
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordFall

Chapter 6 History Of Psychology.docx

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YORKPSYC 3125Jennifer BazarFall

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Ewald Hering, Johann Spurzheim

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Popular psychology refers to the public interest in psychology. There must have been people who serviced with psychological nature such as sorcerer, wi
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordFall

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes -Creation Myth, Origin Myth

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Conflation occurs when the identities of two or more individuals, concepts, or places, sharing some characteristics of one another. Reflexivity = funda
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter 7: History of Psychology: Chapter 7 Notes

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History of psychology chapter 7: measuring the mind: galton and individual differences: for his detailed map and measurements of the country, galton wo
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: James James, American Psychological Association, Louis Agassiz

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History of psychology: chapter 8 american pioneers: james, hall, calkins, and thorndike: the old-world pioneer was wilhelm wundt and his new-world amer
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Henry Iv Of France, Nicolaus Copernicus, English Civil War

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Psychologists produce knowledge about humans that has the potential to change how humans think about themselves. Humans are active in interpreting thei
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Zoology, Sexual Selection, Outstrip

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1: darwin"s voyage to south america was with the illegitimate descendant of king charles ii, fitzroy, who was a veteran surveyor and ship"s captain. He
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YORKPSYC 3125Alexandra RutherfordWinter

PSYC 3125 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Intellectual Disability, Orthopedic Surgery, Lorde

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493-515: alfred binet tried galton"s tests that were in his anthropometric laboratory. 493-515: his controlled experiments on suggestibility in childre
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