5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Describe what learning and motivation psychologists do
- How were behaviorism studies conducted
- What is the difference between clinical pyschologists and psychoanalysts
- Describe what biological psychologists
- What was Tichener's contribution to psychology
- a Clinicla psychologists have an advanced degree in psychology with a speciality in understanding and helping people with psychological problems. Psychoanalysts are therapy providers who rely heavily on the theories and methods pioneered by the 20th century vieneese physician stigmund frued
- b studying behaviorists found advantages with studying nonhuman animals to have more control. also nonhuman learning is simplier to understand. studied rates in mazes
- c study how behavior depends on the outcomes of past behaviors and current motivations
- d the approach of structalism- an attempt to describe the structures that compose the mind
- e tries to explain behavior in terms of biological factors, such as electrical and chemical activities in the nervous system, the effects of drugs and hormones, genetics, and evolutionary pressures
5 Multiple choice questions
- John B. watson- a field of psychology that concentrates on observable, measurebale behaviors and not a menal process
- Researchers have interview Japanese foregin exchange students who have spend a year in another country and they said they thing they liked the most about the other country was the food because students had access to their hometown foods
- "what can we learn from animal studies about the mechanisms of intelligent behavior? "how did each species evolve the behavioral tendencies it showed?
- have to compete with other majors as well. only 20-25% of people w/ psychology majors have a job in psychology
- they could end up going to medical, law, or divinity school.
5 True/False questions
Describe what cognitive psychologists do → Studies the processes of thought and knowledge
Describe what social psychologists do → Studies the processes of thought and knowledge
What factors led to the rise of behaviorism → he studied psychology of the sense organs to cultural differences in behavior with emphases on motivation, voluntary control, and cognitive processes
what studies were conducted there → want to make sure equipment runs efficently and and safely
Which view do scientists tend to believe? free will or determinism and why? → determinism is the assumption that everything that happens has a cause or determinant and free will has the belief that behavior is caused by a person's own chocies.