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TCNJPSY 121Dr.Kim- PrietoFall

PSY 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Nonprobability Sampling, Electrodermal Activity, Behavioral Neuroscience

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The participants or subjects must somehow be selected. The method used to select participants can have a profound impact on external validity. Remember
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TCNJPSY 101Steven BarnhartSpring

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Habituation, Motor Coordination, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder

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Compares groups of individuals of different ages at the same time. Advantages: it is quick and there is no risk of confusing age effects with effects o
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TCNJPSY 215Dr. Jessica Barnack-TavlarisFall

PSY 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Empathic Concern, Prosocial Behavior, Pluralistic Ignorance

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Motives: social reward: a benefit, such as praise, positive attention, something tangible, or gratitude, that may be gained from helping others, and se
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TCNJPSY 215Dr. Jessica Barnack-TavlarisFall

PSY 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Attachment Theory, Human Nature, Nonverbal Communication

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People seek out rewards and prefer relationships/interactions where rewards exceed the costs. Even the most intimate relationships are based, to a cert
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TCNJPSY 216Dr.HohmuthFall

PSY 216 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: 16Pf Questionnaire, Factor Analysis, Conscientiousness

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He also distinguished source traits fro indicators or surface traits. Further classified them into temperament, motivation, and ability: yielded 35 pri
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TCNJPSY 101Steven BarnhartSpring

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Histamine, Anandamide, Neurotransmitter

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The nervous system is made up of nerves and glia. Glia: support the neurons in many ways such as by insulating them, synchronizing neurons, and removin
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TCNJPSY 101Steven BarnhartSpring

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Clinical Psychology, Sigmund Freud, Doctor Of Psychology

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There are many branches of psychology and many various occupations in the field. Have advanced degree in psych: masters, phd, psyd. Have specialty in u
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TCNJPSY 373parkes williamsFall

PSY 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: John Dewey, Summative Assessment, Law Society

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TCNJPSY 373parkes williamsFall

PSY 373 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Battered Person Syndrome, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Intimate Partner Violence

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TCNJPSY 216Dr.HohmuthFall

PSY 216 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Albert Bandura, Social Cognitive Theory, Observational Learning

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Takes chance encounters (an unintended meeting of persons unfamiliar to each other) and fortuitous events (an environmental experience that is unexpect
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TCNJPSY 216Dr.HohmuthFall

PSY 216 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Abraham Maslow, Transpersonal Psychology, Behaviorism

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The personality theory of abraham maslow that was also referred to as the humanistic theory, transpersonal theory, the third force in psychology (1st-p
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TCNJPSY 101Steven BarnhartSpring

PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.1: Human Genome Project, Raymond Cattell, Twin

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