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UTKPSYC 110Anastasia Kerr- GermanFall

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Availability Heuristic, Hypochondriasis, Panic Attack

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Psychopathology mental illness (failure to adapt to the environment) Middle ages demonic model for mental illness; witches and demons. Medical model me
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UTKPSYC 360Elizabeth FlesSpring

PSYC 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mass Psychogenic Illness, Social Proof, Normative Social Influence

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Conformity - changing one"s behavior due to the real or imagined influences of others. The consequences of conformity can span a wide range, from usefu
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UTKPSYC 360Elizabeth FlesSpring

PSYC 360 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Persuasion, Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement

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Advertisements affect our daily lives, and we are more affected by them than we think. Attitudes - evaluation of people, objects, or ideas. Attitudes a
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UTKPSYC 360Elizabeth FlesSpring

PSYC 360 Chapter 7: Social psych CH 7

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Elaboration likelihood model - specifies when people will be influenced by what the speech says (i. e. the logic of the arguments) and when they will b
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UTKPSYC 110samanthamanringFall

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Stereotype Threat, Intelligence Quotient

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Learn by what comes before the event/behavior. Operant conditioning- lea(cid:396)(cid:374)i(cid:374)g (cid:272)o(cid:374)t(cid:396)olled (cid:271)(cid:
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UTKPSYC 110samanthamanringFall

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Habituation, Prolonged Exposure Therapy, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Authoritarian- extremely strict, unsupportive, and less affectionate. Authoritative- mid way between permissive and authoritarian, supportive with clea
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UTKPSYC 110AllFall

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Tantrum, Alarm Clock, Classical Conditioning

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A change in behavior due to experience. Why is learning important: noticing and ignoring. Ex: getting used to hearing a train come by at the same time
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UTKPSYC 110AllWinter

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Scientific Method, Naturalistic Observation, Nules

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UTKPSYC 110sammanringFall

PSYC 110 Chapter 3: Chapter 3- the person full notes

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Nervous system: (almost) all multicellular animals have one, although they vary in complexity. Ultimate function is to control the body. Sends signals
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UTKPSYC 117AllSpring

PSYC 117 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Naturalistic Observation, Thout, Institutional Review Board

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Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. ___: in order to test causal hypotheses, the researcher usually uses cas
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UTKPSYC 295AllWinter

PSYC 295 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Review Article, Design Issues, Google Scholar

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UTKPSYC 110AllWinter

PSYC 110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Institutional Review Board, Birth Weight, Confounding

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Used to test the relationship between two or more variables. +1= perfect positive correlation (the variables are changing in the same direction) Exampl
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