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FIUPSY 2012Rachel RitchieSpring

PSY 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sensory Memory, Procedural Memory, Implicit Memory

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Brief storage of perceptual information before it is past to short-term memory. Memory system that retains information for limited durations. Loss of i
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PSY 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Autonomic Nervous System, Operant Conditioning

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What is an example of extinction? (use the dog example) The dog being exposed to the bell (cs) without the food (ucs), resulting in the gradual disappe
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PSY 2012 Chapter 3: PSY2012 CH3 book notes

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Part of the nervous system that conveys information between the cns in the body, controlling and coronary voluntary movement. Part of the nervous syste
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FIUPSY 2012Rachel RitchieSpring

PSY 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Lobotomy, Facilitated Communication, Cognitive Neuroscience

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Cognitive neuroscience relatively new field of psychology that examines the relations between brain functioning and thinking. School of psychology that
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PSY 2012 Chapter 2: Scan Jan 23, 2019

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PSY 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Detection Theory, False Alarm, Absolute Threshold

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Perception in which the way we perceive a stimulus doesn"t match it"s physical reality. Detection of physical energy by sense organs, which then send i
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PSY 2012 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Institutional Review Board, Nocebo, Demand Characteristics

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Harm resulting from the mere expectation of harm. Phenomenon in which researchers hypotheses lead them to unintentionally bias the outcome of a study.
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