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  1. What is the difference between clinical pyschologists and psychoanalysts
  2. How were behaviorism studies conducted
  3. What is the mind-brain problem? Briedly explain the research that bears on this debate, and what this research shows
  4. who is considered the founder of behaviroism and what is it
  5. Explain the importance of mainting a skeptical stance regarding claims in pyschology and other fields
  1. 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
  2. b the philosophical question of how experience relates to the brain. Scientists see brain activity using the technique called PET. It shows that neither brain activity nor mental activity causes the other; rather, brain activity and mental activitity are they same thing
  3. c studying behaviorists found advantages with studying nonhuman animals to have more control. also nonhuman learning is simplier to understand. studied rates in mazes
  4. d John B. watson- a field of psychology that concentrates on observable, measurebale behaviors and not a menal process
  5. e it is necessary to analyze people's personality from small samples of their behavior

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. specializes in the psychological condition of students
  2. psychology today ranges from the study of simple sensory processes to interventions intented to change whole communites cognitive psychologists today carefully meausre the accuracy and speed of responses under many situations to draw interences about the process. another field is neuroscience. psychologists today have also broadened their scope to include more of human diversity
  3. An example of how differences in behavior relate to differences in heredity and environment. EX: Why do most little boys spend more time than little girls with toy guns and trucks and less time with dolls?
  4. study how behavior depends on the outcomes of past behaviors and current motivations
  5. he studied psychology of the sense organs to cultural differences in behavior with emphases on motivation, voluntary control, and cognitive processes

5 True/False questions

  1. what were some studies done to examine the cross-cultural issuesHow people can strength good habits? How does an intention lead to action?

          

  2. Describe ergonomicswant to make sure equipment runs efficently and and safely

          

  3. What are the differences between pyschologists and psychiatristsClinicla 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

          

  4. Describe Freud's influence on the development of modern clinical psychologyrevolutionized and popularized psychotherapy with his methods of analyzing patients dreams and memories.frueds infleunce has decreased over time because his evidence was weak

          

  5. name some prominent women in psychology and their contributionsprovide adice and consultation to the justice systme