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5 Matching questions

  1. introspection
  2. dualism
  3. sociocultural perspective
  4. humanistic perspective
  5. structuralism
  1. a historically significant perspective that emphasized the growth potential of healthy people, free will, and the individual's potential for personal growth-actualization aka positive psychology
  2. b people observe and analyze their own experiences
  3. c an early school of pschology that used introspection to explore the structural elements of the human mind, focused on what shapes lead to things
  4. d psychological perspective that focuses on features of the environment and how they affect behavior, particularily social factors like groups and culture
  5. e mind and body are separate

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a school of psychology that focuses on how our mental and behavioral processes function and how they enable us to adapt, survive, and flourish. studied their purposes
  2. a branch of medicine dealing with psychological disorders; practiced by physicians who sometimes provide medical treatments as well as psychological therapy
  3. a study method incorporating five steps: survey, question, read, rehearse, review
  4. 200 BC, Chinese used psychology to place people in appropriate occupations
  5. behaviorist, interested in the purpose of behavior, similar to behavioral/learning perspective

5 True/False questions

  1. monismmind and body are separate

          

  2. psychodynamic perspectivepsychological perspective that says unconscious factors (things you are unaware of) influence our behavior-impulses. Influenced by Freud

          

  3. levels of analysisa school of psychology that focuses on how our mental and behavioral processes function and how they enable us to adapt, survive, and flourish. studied their purposes

          

  4. mindestablished first psychology lab and used introspection

          

  5. cognitive neurosciencepsychological perspective emphasising the "mind", which is important for understanding behavior