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BUPSY 2405Dr.LatendresseSpring

PSY 2405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Experimental Psychology, Edward B. Titchener, Social Cognition

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1: scientific thinking in psychology: class notes on jan. 20th, 2015, wilhelm wundt published in 1874 principles of physiological psychology, german, t
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BUPSY 2405Dr.LatendresseSpring

PSY 2405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Elliot Aronson, Behaviorism, Socalled

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BUPSY 2405Dr.LatendresseSpring

PSY 2405 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: American Psychological Association, Rosalie Rayner, American Psychologist

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Ethics code formulated by the american psychological association (apa) directs psychological scientists in the planning, execution, and reporting of th
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BUPSY 1305Danielle YoungFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-12: Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Universal Grammar

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A way to finding a solution to a problem. Heuristic: shortcut thinking strategy (possibly results in error) Confirmation bias: predisposes us to verify
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BUPSY 2405Dr.LatendresseSpring

PSY 2405 Chapter Notes -Deindividuation, Schizophrenia, Random Effects Model

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Class notes 2/4/15: we examine the range of behaviors measured in research, the factors determining whether these measures are of any value, and a syst
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hindsight Bias, Critical Thinking, Scatter Plot

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Hindsight bias: the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have foreseen it. (i knew it all along phenomenon) Critical thinking
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Normative Social Influence, Stanford Prison Experiment, Philip Zimbardo

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Social psychology is the study of how people influence one another and their behaviors or how they act differs between people in various situations. Fu
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy

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Psychotherapy: psychological treatment used to train someone to overcome psychological difficulties; derive from psychodynamic, humanistic, behavioral,
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Short-Term Memory, Echoic Memory, Long-Term Memory

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A- recall: retrieving information that was learned earlier. Relearning: knowing the information more readily later on. Storage: retaining information i
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Inattentional Blindness, Circadian Rhythm, Delta Wave

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Consciousness is being aware of self and our surroundings. A- the processing of information is separated into two tracks in the mind known as dual proc
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Prenatal Development, Developmental Psychology

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A- conception occurs when the sperm fertilizes the egg. The zygote is then formed when the sperm and egg becomes one cell. From there, the embryo is fo
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BUPSY 1305ClarkFall

PSY 1305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal, Myelin

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