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NYUPSYCH-UA 1PhelpsSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-12: Implicit Attitude, Biopsychosocial Model, Aerobic Exercise

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NYUPSYCH-UA 29Andy HilfordFall

PSYCH-UA 29 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nociceptor, Retina, Temporal Lobe

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NYUPSYCH-UA 1PhelpsSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Delayed Gratification, Heritability, Social Comparison Theory

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NYUPSYCH-UA 1PhelpsSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning, Problem Solving

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We develop rules for making fast decisions b/c daily life demands we do so: we can be heavily influenced by factors that are not considered rational. P
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NYUPSYCH-UA 1PhelpsSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Domestic Violence, Amygdala, Tonic Water

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NYUPSYCH-UA 1Edgar E.CoonsFall

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Development: Socioemotional Development and Cognitive Development

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NYUPSYCH-UA 1Edgar E.CoonsFall

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Chapter 7b: 279-299: Classical Conditioning, Latent Learning, Motivation

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Thorndike"s method was to set up a problem for an animal to solve placed hungry cat inside a box with a latched door. Overtime, cat mastered how to esc
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NYUPSYCH-UA 1BelfiSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Ho People, Edward B. Titchener, Falsifiability

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The human brain easily finds patterns: sometimes, we see patterns that do not really exist (ex: face in clouds, satanic message in backward-played musi
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NYUPSYCH-UA 1PhelpsSpring

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Mark Leary, Jeffrey Alan Gray, Neurochemistry

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NYUPSYCH-UA 1CoonsFall

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Adipose Tissue, Adipocyte, Eating Animals

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The survival of every animal requires an adequate supply of energy and nutrients. These are provided through the process of digestion, through which nu
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NYUPSYCH-UA 1CoonsFall

PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Soltyrei, Object Permanence, Umbilical Cord

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She is beginning to not only master the functions of her mind and body and the features of her environment, but also starting to understand the psyches
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NYUPSYCH-UA 29Andy HilfordFall

PSYCH-UA 29 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Franciscus Donders, Psych

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