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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Peripheral Nervous System, Central Nervous System, Myelin

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16 Oct 2015
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Long-Term Memory, Sensory Memory, Anterograde Amnesia

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16 Oct 2015
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Consciousness: pre-attentive processing: all info in sensory memory is analyzed to determine its relevance. Brain mechanisms of pre-attentive processin
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Julian Rotter, Individualism

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16 Oct 2015
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BERKELEYPSYCH W1Christopher GadeSpring

PSYCH W1 Chapter 1.2: 1.2 Notes

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25 Jan 2017
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Hawthorne Effect, Cognitive Psychology, Reflexology

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2 Sep 2016
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-3: Mirror Neuron, Cognitive Map, Peripheral Nervous System

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15 Dec 2016
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Real world complex mix of nativist/empiricist (nature/nurture) components. Showed that the birds were born with a limited knowledge of star map. Based
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Dr.GadeFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.3: Cortical Blindness, Mirror Neuron, Nucleus Accumbens

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20 Sep 2016
11
Damage results in cortical blindness (have no visual imagery even in dreams) a. i. 1. Damage in auditory parts of temporal lobe results in impairment a
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Bruce ManganFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Photopic Vision, Circadian Rhythm, Color Vision

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16 Oct 2015
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Cones: permit sharply focused, color vision in bright light: 2. Gestalt principles of perceptual grouping: gestalt psychology: school of thought that a
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Dr.GadeFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes -Neuroglia, Myelin, Resting Potential

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8 Sep 2014
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Advantage of action potential over simple electrical conduction is that in reaches the brain at full strength unlike electricity, which although instan
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BERKELEYPSYCH C61David E.PrestiSpring

PSYCH C61 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Taste, Lucid Dream, Chauvet Cave

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11 Mar 2017
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Discovered winter dec 1994 by a trio of speleologists. Charcoal, ochre and carved wall pointings <-dates from over 30k years ago. Oldest current known
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Dr.GadeFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Resting Potential, Otto Loewi, Neurotransmitter

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20 Sep 2016
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BERKELEYPSYCH 1Dr.GadeFall

PSYCH 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.3: Sensory Threshold, Moon Illusion, Depth Perception

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20 Sep 2016
2
Jnd (just noticeable difference) a: sensory thresholds and signal detection b. i. Absolute sensory threshold: the intensity at which a given individual
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