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PSY 2510Symington, ToddSpring

PSY 2510 Chapter 13: The concepts of habituation and awareness

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Repeated presentation of an eliciting stimulus can cause both decreases and increases in response. The decreases in the tendency to respond produced by
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PSY 2510 Chapter 4: Brain hemispheres: myths and realities

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However everything related to these two parts of the brain is much more complicated than these simplifications. To answer these questions, one must kno
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PSY 2510 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nerve Growth Factor, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Brainstem

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They are tiny cells responsible for participating in functions related to the nervous system. In our brain, there are millions of neurons, it is estima
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PSY 2510 Chapter 11: Psychology and color theory: What effects do they produce?

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21 Apr 2020
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Color is not a characteristic of an image or object, but rather a subjective appreciation of ours. It can be defined as, a sensation that is produced i
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PSY 2510 Chapter 15: Dreams: psychology and physiology

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21 Apr 2020
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Within the dream, different phases are distinguished that are identified by the existence or not of a rapid rem (rapid eye movement) eye movement, whic
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PSY 2510 Chapter 10: The stages of Erikson's psychosocial development

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Erik erikson developed, in the second half of the twentieth century, one of the most popular and influential theories of development: psychosocial deve
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PSY 2510 Chapter 9: Kohlberg's moral development theory

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21 Apr 2020
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We have all developed our own and non-transferable morals: values that not only separate "evil" from "good" in the abstract world, but also influence o
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PSY 2510 Chapter 7: Stages of cognitive development according to Piaget

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Probably the most cited and known theory of cognitive development in children is that of jean. According to this theory, children go through specific s
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PSY 2510 Chapter 5: Attachment theory: love is a vital necessity

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PSY 2510 Chapter 2: Transmission mechanism of nervous impulse

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The nervous system is one of the systems that make up the body. Its function is to coordinate; therefore, it can also be called a nervous coordination
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PSY 2510 Chapter 8: Vygotsky and the sociocultural theory of cognitive development

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PSY 2510 Chapter 3: Brain functions

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We could say that the function of the brain, as part of the central nervous system (cns), is to regulate most functions of the body and mind. This incl
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