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PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Naturalistic Observation, Nxp Semiconductors, Operational Definition

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Chapter 1: introduction to psychology & research methods. Objective 1. 1 define psychology, list reasons for studying psychology, and explain how psych
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ASUPSY 101Eva SzeliFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Naturalistic Observation, Ethnocentrism, Parenting Styles

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Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. Mental processes: internal cognitive processes such as thoughts memories and emoti
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ASUPSY 101Whitney HansenSpring

PSY 101 Chapter 2.4:

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ASUPSY 101Whitney HansenSpring

PSY 101 Chapter 2.3:

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ASUPSY 101Stephen GoldingerFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Statistical Significance

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Correlation coefficients: can range from -1 to +1, 0 = the two variables have no systematic relationship. Statistical significance: a standard for dete
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ASUPSY 101Stephen GoldingerFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Kurt Koffka, Max Wertheimer, Wilhelm Wundt

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Wilhelm wundt: german psychologist, credited with starting the first-ever psychological school and conducting the first experiment ever in psychology,
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ASUPSY 101Stephen GoldingerFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-2: Inverse Relation, Naturalistic Observation, Ethology

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Low x --> low y: negative correlation. Inverse relationship between two variables: high x --> low y. Correlation and causation: correlation between x a
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ASUPSY 101Stephen GoldingerFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Evolutionary Psychology, Cognitive Psychology, Behavioral Neuroscience

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Biological psychology: processes affect our psychological well-being or our psychological behavior, changes in hormones, changes in neurotransmitters,
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ASUPSY 101Whitney HansenSpring

PSY 101 Chapter 1.1:

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ASUPSY 101Stephen GoldingerFall

PSY 101 Chapter 2-1: Learning Objects 2-1 Notes

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ASUPSY 101Whitney HansenSpring

PSY 101 Chapter 1.2:

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ASUPSY 101Whitney HansenSpring

PSY 101 Chapter 2.2:

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