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UMNPSY 3121Thomas BrothenSpring

PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Little Albert Experiment, Karl Lashley, Cerebral Cortex

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Watson"s science of behaviour, dealt solely with observable behavioural acts that could be described in objective terms. Little albert experiment estab
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Psychophysics, Absolute Threshold, Academic Freedom

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Bessel = german astronomer that was interested in errors of measurement. Individual differences = personal difference among people over which they have
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reflex, Jacques De Vaucanson, Determinism

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Throughout england and western europe, machines were being used to replace human power. Machines become familiar to people of all social levels and wer
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Behaviorism, Humanistic Psychology, Self-Actualization

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Emphasized conscious experience, human strengths and positive aspirations and free will. The new theorists credited the personality with the creative p
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Juan Luis Vives, Franz Mesmer, Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz

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Psychoanalysis was not a product of universities nor a pure science. It arose from medicine and psychiatry from attempts to heal people deemed mentally
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Hypnosis, Lillian Moller Gilbreth, Forensic Psychology

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Interested in assessing and treating learning and behavioural problems in schoolchildren now called school psychology. He offered the first college cou
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Word Association, Lewis Terman, Intelligence Quotient

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Evolutionary doctrine and the functional psychology that derived from it took hold in the. Us towards the end of the 19th century. Wundt trained many o
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UMNPSY 3121Thomas BrothenSpring

PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Reinforcement, Operant Conditioning

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Beginning in the 50s e was the major embodiment of american behavioural psychology. Attracted a large loyal band of followers. He became a celebrity; h
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Albert Bandura, Bandura, Psychopathology

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Questioned his total disregard of mental processes. Proposed instead a social learning or socio behavioural approach. This is the third stage of the de
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: James Mill, An Essay Concerning Human Understanding, John Stuart Mill

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Philosophical foundations of the new psychology: positivism, materialism and. Positivism = the doctrine that recognizes only the natural phenomena or f
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UMNPSY 3121Thomas BrothenSpring

PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Pragmatism, Hypochondriasis, Tachycardia

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The theory of evolution was more intense in the us in the 19th century than it is today. Herbert spencer was recognized because of his proclamation of
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PSY 3121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Molecularity, Robert S. Woodworth, Reductionism

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