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LSUPSYC 2000CalamiaFall

Unit 9- Psych Notes.doc

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Developmental psychology- studies physical, cognitive, social, and moral growth. Continuity vs stages (is our development smooth or bouncy) Takes place
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Deindividuation, Behavioural Genetics

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Attribution theory- you credit behavior in a situation to either someone"s disposition/personality or the influence of the environment/situation. Funda
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Antipsychotic, Active Listening, Exposure Therapy

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Tried to redo the treatment of psychological disorders. Aimed to treat the person, not just the disorder. Eclectic approach- client/patient comes in an
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LSUPSYC 2000CalamiaFall

PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Educational Psychologist, Wilhelm Wundt, Mary Whiton Calkins

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Unit 8- psych notes.doc

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Emotions and motivation always go together and cannot be separated. Best moment: best moment can motive you to behave in a certain way or vice versa. G
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Hindsight Bias, Sampling Bias, Blind Experiment

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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). It"s easy to blin
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Mood Disorder, Personality Disorder, Medical Model

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Mood disorders, anxiety disorders, personality disorders, psychotic disorders. The individual feels as though there is nothing wrong. Psychological dis
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LSUPSYC 2000CalamiaFall

Unit 7- Psych notes.doc

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Memory- the persistence of learning over time though storage and retrieval of information. Everything you are as an individual is based off of your exp
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Circadian Rhythm, Pineal Gland, Rapid Eye Movement Sleep

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Consciousness- the awareness of you and your environment. Alter states of consciousness: the main one is sleep. Sleep- estimated you will sleep a third
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Detection Theory, Change Blindness, Psychophysics

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Taste, touch, olfaction (smell), hearing, and vision. How you sense and perceive things is your reality. Sensation- taking in information from your env
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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Electra Complex, Unconscious Mind, Oedipus Complex

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PSYC 2000 Chapter Notes -Classical Conditioning, Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning

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Behaviorism- all your learned responses make up who and what you are. Learning- a relatively permanent change in behavior due to experience. Classical
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