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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Family Therapy, Abraham Maslow, Brief Psychotherapy

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L of psychoanalysis is to resolve psychological problems by bringing to awareness the unconscious thought processes that created the difficulty. Analys
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Philippe Pinel, Running Amok, Demonic Possession

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A set of behavioral, emotional, and cognitive symptoms that are significantly distressing and disabling in terms of social functioning, work endeavors,
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phineas Gage, Gestalt Psychology, Internal Validity

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In gestalt psychology, our ability to perceive a whole without first noticing its parts is referred to as _____. It set the ground for evolutionary psy
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Reality Principle, Gender Role, Humanistic Psychology

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The most primitive structure of the mind, the activities of which occur at the. The structure of the mind that uses the reality principle to manipulate
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Unconscious Mind, Psychosexual Development, Personality Development

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In his clinical practice, freud encountered patients suffering from nervous disorders. Freud"s clinical experience led him to develop the first compreh
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Aversive Racism, Psy, Conscientiousness

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Why at times compete with each other for. Social psychologists seek to resources while at other times we cooperate, even engaging in behavior , accepti
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Eye Contact, Groupthink, Stanley Milgram

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We are likely to become friends with people who live near us and. Persuasion and manipulation: throughout your life you will make decisions about matte
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Fritz Heider, Ambivalent Sexism, Aversive Racism

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Social perception and cognition and remember information about others, and to make inferences and judgments based on that . Is the principle that the f
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture 20: Exam 3 Prep_ Part 2

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The theory of motivation we used was the drive reduction theory. the drive reduction theory is something that motivates one to move, get things accompl
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Motivation, Overjustification Effect, Junk Food

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Is derived from the same root as . Is a state of unrest or irritation that energizes one behavior after. If an individual varies the behavior and persi
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Parasympathetic Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Positive Psychology, Arnold Lazarus, Hans Selye

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Clark L. Hull, Amygdala, Hypothalamus

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The amygdala is a complex structure adjacent to the. The amygdala is involved in processing emotions and fear-learning. It links areas of the cortex th
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Walter Bradford Cannon, Facial Expression, Startle Response

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Walter cannon and phillip bard questioned the james-lange theory and proposed that an emotion-triggering stimulus and the body"s arousal take place sim
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Value Proposition, Psy, Lawrence Kohlberg

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Social psy is the branch of psy concerned with the way individuals" thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Focus is on the individ
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Sleep Deprivation, Rapideye

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Sleep saves energy: mammals and birds lower their body temperature, animals decrease muscle activity. Sleep helps restorative functions in the brain: s
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Unconsciousness, Circadian Rhythm, Bereitschaftspotential

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Customer service is not a department, it"s an attitude! Everything we need for a full life is already within us. You can have an exceptional life in th
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Metacognition, Stomach Cancer, Critical Thinking

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Refers to thinking , acquiring and managing knowledge. Language is intimately related to the activities of cognition. It is a system of arbitrary symbo
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Source Amnesia, Mnemonic, Sigmund Freud

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The method of loci is one of the oldest mnemonic devices. First, learn a list of places, such as my desk, the door of my room, the corridor, . then lin
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hermann Ebbinghaus, Free Recall, Procedural Memory

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Memory is a general term for the storage, retention and recall of events, information and procedures. Memory is a process by which we store, save, and
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture 8: Notes #1

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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Reinforcement, Saccharin, Operant Conditioning

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Positive reinforcements are events that increases the likelihood that a response will continue to be repeated. Example: a waiter receives an extra larg
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Operant Conditioning, Behaviorism

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Psychological principle that states that behaviors that result in satisfying consequences. Example: basketball players have a preferred method of shoot
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RUTGERS01:830:101Lawrence JacobsFall

01:830:101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Christmas Music, Classical Conditioning, Bee Sting

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The definition of learning is: research, or teaching, which causes a permanent and measurable change in behavior. A process of acquiring knowledge, ski
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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 9: Lecture 7 General Psych: Motivation

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 9: Lecture 8 General Psych: Emotion

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 1: Lecture 2 General Psych: What is Psych?

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Lecture 1: Lecture 6 General Psych: Science of Psychology

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 6: Lecture 3 General Psych: Memory

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RUTGERS01:830:101TBAFall

01:830:101 Chapter 6: Memory

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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 12: Lecture 9 General Psych: Stress and Health

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RUTGERS01:830:101TBAFall

01:830:101 Chapter 1: Introduction to Psychology

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RUTGERS01:830:101TBAFall

01:830:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Myelin, Action Potential, Reuptake

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The last frontier: from bumps to brain scans: * neuroscience: the study of the brain and the nervous system. * phrenology: a discredited area of brain
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RUTGERS01:830:101Robert Foels Fall

01:830:101 Chapter 8: Lecture 5 General Psych: Human Development

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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

All Notes from Psychology 101

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The neuron, the brain, and the nervous systems: basic structure and function. 1. connects nerve cells in the central nervous system. 1. takes some sort
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RUTGERS01:830:101Professor Stephen KillianskiFall

01:830:101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Solomon Asch, Fritz Heider, Physical Attractiveness

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Social psychology- branch of psychology concerned with the way individual thoughts, feelings, and behaviors are influenced by others. Person perception
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