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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 29: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Factor Analysis, Autism Spectrum

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Intelligence- the mental potential to learn form experience, solve problems, and use knowledge to adapt in new situations: cannot be measure in quantit
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PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 42: Fundamental Attribution Error, Cognitive Dissonance

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Social psychologists- study social influences to explain why people act differently in different situations. Fundamental attribution error: attribution
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 43: Normative Social Influence, Cognitive Dissonance, Social Influence

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PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Autism Spectrum, Childhood Amnesia, Cell Growth

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Module 15: infancy and childhood: maturation- the ordered sequence of biological growth. Infants- have all of their brain cells, but an immature nervou
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 30: Lewis Terman, David Wechsler, Intelligence Quotient

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PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 53 & 55: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Anorexia Nervosa

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Module 53: dissociative, personality and eating disorders: dissociative disorders- when a person"s conscious awareness separates from painful memories,
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter 16 & 48: Modules 16 & 48

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Module 16: adolescence: adolescence- the years spent morphing from child to adult. Begins with puberty- the period of sexual maturity. Timing of when t
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PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Endorphins, Middle Ear, Sensorineural Hearing Loss

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Module 20: the nonvisual senses: hearing/ audition. The stimulus input: sound waves: amplitude of sound waves determine loudness. Long waves = low freq
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 40: Coronary Artery Disease, Resistance 3, Behavioral Medicine

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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 28: Babbling, Universal Grammar, 18 Months

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Language- spoken, written, or signed words used for communication. Phonemes- sound units of language: morphemes- units that carry meaning, grammar- the
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 34-36: Basal Metabolic Rate, Arcuate Nucleus, Ghrelin

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The physiology of hunger: hunger can exist without stomach pangs. Body chemistry and the brain: hypothalamus involved, arcuate nucleus- a neural arc th
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DREXELPSY 101Chute DougFall

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Sensory Memory, Iconic Memory, Working Memory

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Studying memory: memory- learning that persists over time. Information has been acquired and stored and can later be retrieved: measuring retention. In
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