5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- name some prominent women in psychology and their contributions
- who established the first psychological laboratory
- Briefly descibe some of the history of inteligence measurement in human
- Descibe the functionalist approach to psychology
- why was the psychological lab established
- a to learn how people produce useful behaviors
- b Wilhem Wundt
- c mary calkins was an early memory reasearcher= regarded as Harvards greatest student but had no PhD because she was a women. was president of the American psychological association. today women recieve about 2/3 of the psychology PhDs in the US and Euro
- d 1905 Alfred Binet devised the 1st useful intelligence test. pyschologists developed tests of personality, interests.
- e for psychological research
5 Multiple choice questions
- How people can strength good habits? How does an intention lead to action?
- it is necessary to analyze people's personality from small samples of their behavior
- John B. watson- a field of psychology that concentrates on observable, measurebale behaviors and not a menal process
- 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
- 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
What did Galton contribute to the history of intelligence measurement in humans → Galton examined role of heredity in human achievemnt, tried to meausre intelligence using simple sensory and motor tasks, but didnt work. invented a weather map, measured degress, suggested fingerprintes to identify individuals
what was the role of women in the early years of psychology → the approach of structalism- an attempt to describe the structures that compose the mind
Who established functionalist psychology? → William James
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.
Descibe school psychology → provide adice and consultation to the justice systme