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UPENNPSYC 001Caroline J.ConnollySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Classical Conditioning, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Sensory Memory

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-3: Centrality

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12-15: Catatonia, Pharmaceutical Industry, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-1: Gordon Allport, Twin, Twin Study

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12-5: Neophobia, Physical Attractiveness

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Humans have a strong need for social contact, and various factors inluence how ppl select friends and mates. Situaional and personal factors inluence i
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UPENNPSYC 001Caroline J.ConnollySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3-5: Human Genome Project, Gregor Mendel, Melanism

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3. 5 what is the genetic basis of psych. Geneics - used to describe how characterisics such as height, hair color, and eye color are passed to ofspring
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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-2: Hawthorne Effect, Hawthorne Works, Observational Techniques

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2. 2 what types of studies are used in psych. Three main types of research methods (difer over the amount variable control): It is the outcome that get
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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-1: Overblowing, Psychological Science, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-2: Phallic Stage, Anal Stage, Genital Stage

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Behaviorists believed that personality resulted from histories of reinforcement. Cogniively oriented psychologists focused on how thought processes afe
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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4: Descriptive Statistics, Central Tendency, Scatter Plot

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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-1: Scientific Method, Jean Piaget, Falsifiability

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2. 1 how is the scientiic method used in psych. The goals of psychological science are to discover what a phenomenon is, predict when it occurs, contro
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PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-3: Institutional Review Board, Veterinary Medicine, Institutional Animal Care And Use Committee

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There are ethical issues to consider in research with human paricipants. For ethical and pracical reasons, researchers cannot always use the experiment
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