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Psychology 1
Case Study
Naturalistic observation
Hawthorne Effeft
Correlation
The study of one person or one group over a long period of ti…
an attempt to observe the subject in their natural habitat or…
A change in the subject's behavior when they know they are be…
Where two or more events occur together
Case Study
The study of one person or one group over a long period of ti…
Naturalistic observation
an attempt to observe the subject in their natural habitat or…
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Psychology 1
Humanistic perspective
Psychoanalytical perspective
Behaviorist perspective
Cognitive perspective
Promotes the idea that people can reach their full potential…
Psychological disorders stem from childhood conflicts... focuses…
Assumes that abnormal behaviors are learned responses
A person's thoughts and beliefs are central to psychological…
Humanistic perspective
Promotes the idea that people can reach their full potential…
Psychoanalytical perspective
Psychological disorders stem from childhood conflicts... focuses…
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(Psychology 1) #7 Development
Development
Socialization
Cognitive Development
Social Development
Defined: tries to understand the way people change and remain…
defined: adapting behaviors accepted by your culture
Development of Mental activities including thinking, knowing,…
Learn the process of Socialization
Development
Defined: tries to understand the way people change and remain…
Socialization
defined: adapting behaviors accepted by your culture
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Psychology // Module 1 Vocabulary
psychology
basic research
applied research
structuralism
scientific study of behavior and mental processes
pure science that aims to increase the scientific knowledge b…
scientific study that aims to solve practical problems
theory that the structure of conscious experience could be un…
psychology
scientific study of behavior and mental processes
basic research
pure science that aims to increase the scientific knowledge b…
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Psychology #1
Wilhelm Wundt
Structuralism
Introspection
Edward B. Titchener
Created the first psychology lab, credited as being the found…
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
A method of self-observation in which participants report the…
Father of Structuralism, Student of Wundt
Wilhelm Wundt
Created the first psychology lab, credited as being the found…
Structuralism
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
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Psychology Chapter 1 Vocabulary
hindsight bias
critical thinking
theory
hypothesis
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one…
thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and conclusions
an explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
hindsight bias
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one…
critical thinking
thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and conclusions
Psychology Chapter 1
physiological
cognitive
psychology
Scientific Method
physical needs: sleep, hunger.
having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental…
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes through…
A systematic approach used in scientific study that typically…
physiological
physical needs: sleep, hunger.
cognitive
having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental…
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(Psychology 1) #3 Brain Unit
Dendrites
Axon
Soma
Myelin Sheath
the part of a neuron that receives messages from other neurons
the body of a neuron that allows the message to travel down
the cell body that processes nutrients and provide energy for…
a white fatty layer or "skin" wrapped around the axon that ca…
Dendrites
the part of a neuron that receives messages from other neurons
Axon
the body of a neuron that allows the message to travel down
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Psychology 1.1.2
Strucuralist
Introspection
Functionalist
Psychoanalyst
A psychologist who studies basic elements of conscious mental…
A method of self-observation in which someone reports on thei…
A psychologist who studies the function (rather than the stru…
A psychologist who studies unconscious motives and conflicts…
Strucuralist
A psychologist who studies basic elements of conscious mental…
Introspection
A method of self-observation in which someone reports on thei…
44 terms
Psychology 1
Critical thinking
trigger mechanism for creative thinking
Eight guideline for evaluating psychol…
assumptions
the ability and willingness to assess claims and make objecti…
the disposition to be curious, to wonder and to inquire.
1. Ask Questions- be willing to wonder... 2 Define your terms... 3…
beliefs that are taken for granted.
Critical thinking
the ability and willingness to assess claims and make objecti…
trigger mechanism for creative thinking
the disposition to be curious, to wonder and to inquire.
psychology 1
psychology
empiricism
structuralism
functionalist
the study of how we think feel or act
the view that knowledge originates in experience via senses a…
to explore the elemental structure of the human mind
school of psychology that focuses on how mental and behaviora…
psychology
the study of how we think feel or act
empiricism
the view that knowledge originates in experience via senses a…
Psychology 1
Limbic system
Neocortex
Primitive brain
corpus callosum
Intermediate brain (paleopallium). Emotions
Rational brain (neopallium). Intellectual tasks
(archipallium) self preservation, aggression
connects the hemispheres
Limbic system
Intermediate brain (paleopallium). Emotions
Neocortex
Rational brain (neopallium). Intellectual tasks
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Psychology 1
Visual Cues
Sensory adaptation
Webers law and threshold
Absolute threshold of sensation
depth, form, motion, constancy ... 1. Binocular Cues: need both…
- change in sensitivity of a perception of a sensation ... 1. he…
the threshold at which you are able to notice a change in any…
minimum intensity required to detect a stimulus 50% of the ti…
Visual Cues
depth, form, motion, constancy ... 1. Binocular Cues: need both…
Sensory adaptation
- change in sensitivity of a perception of a sensation ... 1. he…
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Unit 1 - Psychology
Sigmund Freud
John Watson
B.F. Skinner
Abraham Maslow
An Austrian psychologist who developed psychoanalysis and dre…
America psychologist, behaviorism; emphasis on external behav…
Pioneer of operant conditioning who believed that everything…
Humanistic psychologist known for his "Hierarchy of Needs" an…
Sigmund Freud
An Austrian psychologist who developed psychoanalysis and dre…
John Watson
America psychologist, behaviorism; emphasis on external behav…
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(Psychology 1) #5 Learning Unit
Learning
Pavlov
Classical Conditioning
Watson
a process that produces an enduring change... Process includes…
Develops the theory of Classical Conditioning
A type of learning in which one learns to link two or more st…
Develops the theory of Behaviorism by applying Classical Cond…
Learning
a process that produces an enduring change... Process includes…
Pavlov
Develops the theory of Classical Conditioning
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Psychology Chapter 1 Vocabulary
physiological
cognitive
psychology
Scientific Method
physical needs: sleep, hunger.
having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental…
The scientific study of behavior and mental processes through…
A systematic approach used in scientific study that typically…
physiological
physical needs: sleep, hunger.
cognitive
having to do with knowing or perceiving related to the mental…
psychology #1
Structuralism
Functionalism
Introspection
3 main levels of analysis
mental processes, reactions to events, describing thoughts
how does the mind allow people to function in their enviornment
describing thoughts
1. biological... 2. psychological... 3. social
Structuralism
mental processes, reactions to events, describing thoughts
Functionalism
how does the mind allow people to function in their enviornment
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Psychology Unit 1 - Introduction to Psychology
Psychology
Structuralism
Gestalt Theory
Functionalism
The science of behavior and mental processes
Theory that looks at the basic elements of thoughts and sensa…
A Psychological Perspective that emphasized human tendency to…
Theory that focused on the functions of consciousness and the…
Psychology
The science of behavior and mental processes
Structuralism
Theory that looks at the basic elements of thoughts and sensa…
28 terms
AP psychology chapter 1
psychology
empirical approach
pseudo-psychology
confirmation bias
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes
a study conducted via careful observations and scientifically…
Erroneous assertions or practices set forth as being scientif…
the tendency to attend to evidence that complements and confi…
psychology
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes
empirical approach
a study conducted via careful observations and scientifically…
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(Psychology 1) #2 Research & Statistics
Empirical Approach
Hindsight Bias
Overconfidence
Theory
Research that uses of the scientific method and provides empi…
You believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have f…
People feel they know more than they actually do
an idea that describes a behavior/s
Empirical Approach
Research that uses of the scientific method and provides empi…
Hindsight Bias
You believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have f…
174 terms
Psychology 1
Memory:
When you see MEMORY think:
When you see LEARNING think:
ENCODING
Involves three distinct processes: Encoding, Storage, and Ret…
STORAGE and RETRIEVAL of information.
A relatively long-lasting CHANGE IN BEHAVIOR.
The initial process of memory creation, including sensation a…
Memory:
Involves three distinct processes: Encoding, Storage, and Ret…
When you see MEMORY think:
STORAGE and RETRIEVAL of information.
Semester 1 Review Psychology
Generativity
Stagnation
Ageism
Alzheimer's disease
The desire, in middle age, to use one's accumulated wisdom to…
A discontinuation of development and a desire to recapture th…
Prejudice or discrimination against the eldery.
A condition that destroys a person's ability to think, rememb…
Generativity
The desire, in middle age, to use one's accumulated wisdom to…
Stagnation
A discontinuation of development and a desire to recapture th…
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(Psychology 1) #4 Sensation & Perception
Sensation
Perception
Olfaction
Gustation
Process by which your sensory systems eyes, ears, and other s…
Process by which we organize and interpret incoming sensory i…
Smelling
Tasting
Sensation
Process by which your sensory systems eyes, ears, and other s…
Perception
Process by which we organize and interpret incoming sensory i…
Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology
psychology
science
behavior
mental processes
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
the use of systematic methods to observe the natural world, i…
everything we do that can be directly observed.
the thoughts, feelings, and motives that people experience pr…
psychology
the scientific study of behavior and mental processes.
science
the use of systematic methods to observe the natural world, i…
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Psychology 1
What are some research methods psychol…
What are some pros and cons to natural…
What are some pros and cons of case st…
What are some pros and cons of surveys?
Naturalistic observation, case studies, surveys, and experime…
Pros: Observing subjects in their natural habitat, avoid arti…
Pros: Rich description of subject, easy to control... Cons: Obse…
Pros: Ease of administration, ease of scoring and analysis... Co…
What are some research methods psychol…
Naturalistic observation, case studies, surveys, and experime…
What are some pros and cons to natural…
Pros: Observing subjects in their natural habitat, avoid arti…
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Psychology Unit 1 - Introduction to Psychology
Structuralism
Functionalism
Behaviorism
Humanistic Psychology
full of introspection/self-reflection based on the five sense…
focused on how our mental and behavioral processes function,…
study of observable behavior. Had to do with people's reactio…
Emphasized significance of current environmental factors as o…
Structuralism
full of introspection/self-reflection based on the five sense…
Functionalism
focused on how our mental and behavioral processes function,…
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AP Psychology Unit 1
empiricism
structuralism
functionalism
experimental psychology
the view that knowledge originates in experience and that sci…
an early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
a school of psychology that focused on how our mental and beh…
the study of behavior and thinking using the experimental met…
empiricism
the view that knowledge originates in experience and that sci…
structuralism
an early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
30 terms
AP Psychology Unit 1
empiricism
structuralism
functionalism
experimental psychology
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
A school of psychology that focused on how our mental and beh…
the study of behavior and thinking using the experimental met…
empiricism
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
structuralism
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
34 terms
Social PSychology exam #1
social psychology
second definition social psychology
3 components to social psychology
social... cognitive
examines the ways in which "thoughts, feelings, and behavior…
the scientific study of the effects of social and cognitive p…
scientific in nature... focuses on behavior, thoughts and feelin…
social psychology seeks to understand causes which include __…
social psychology
examines the ways in which "thoughts, feelings, and behavior…
second definition social psychology
the scientific study of the effects of social and cognitive p…
Psychology 1
What are four different ways of knowin…
What kinds of knowledge are represente…
What are the three-traditions that hav…
Who is Wilhelm Wundt? William James? W…
1. Rationalism = powerful narrative... the telling of a story…
Theory Land = ideas, concepts, hypothesis, theories... Data Land…
1. Experimental Psychology... Methods: Experimental... Goal: Look f…
Fathers of Psychology = Wilhelm Wundt (structuralism) + Willi…
What are four different ways of knowin…
1. Rationalism = powerful narrative... the telling of a story…
What kinds of knowledge are represente…
Theory Land = ideas, concepts, hypothesis, theories... Data Land…
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AP Psychology Unit 1
empiricism
structuralism
functionalism
experimental psychology
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
A school of psychology that focused on how our mental and beh…
the study of behavior and thinking using the experimental met…
empiricism
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
structuralism
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
169 terms
psychology 1
biochemistry
biofeedback
branch
classical conditioning
biyokimyacı
nöroterapi
branş
klasik şartlanma
biochemistry
biyokimyacı
biofeedback
nöroterapi
387 terms
Psychology 1
Psychology
Behavior
Mental Processes
3 Major Levels of Analysis are....
a scientific (experimental, research-based) study of behavior…
what people do and why they do it
what people think and feel and what influences how people thi…
ways of examine behavior and mental processes
Psychology
a scientific (experimental, research-based) study of behavior…
Behavior
what people do and why they do it
143 terms
Psychology 1 EXAM 1-- Biological Psychology (Gade)
psychology
determinism
free will
mind-brain problem
The systematic study of behavior and experience
The idea that everything that happens has a cause, or determi…
The belief that behavior is caused by a person's independent…
The philosophical question of how experience relates to the b…
psychology
The systematic study of behavior and experience
determinism
The idea that everything that happens has a cause, or determi…
9 terms
Psychology 1.1
Physiological
Cognitive
Psychology
Hypothesis
Having to do with an organism's physical processes
Having to do with an organism's thinking & understanding
Scientific study of behavior tested through research
An assumption or prediction about behavior tested through res…
Physiological
Having to do with an organism's physical processes
Cognitive
Having to do with an organism's thinking & understanding
46 terms
Psychology 1
Psychology
the scientific method
Hypotheses
scientific literacy
the scientific study of behavior, thought, and experience
a way of learning about the world through collection observat…
a testable prediction about processes that can be observed an…
the ability to understand, analyze, and apply scientific info…
Psychology
the scientific study of behavior, thought, and experience
the scientific method
a way of learning about the world through collection observat…
57 terms
psychology 1
Threshold
All-or-none response
Straight of signal
Neurotransmitters
a certain level of excitation before firing
does the impulse fire or not
number of impulses
chemicals involved in neural communication
Threshold
a certain level of excitation before firing
All-or-none response
does the impulse fire or not
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Psychology 1
Memory
Learning
Automatic processing
Controlled processing
Storage and retrieval of information
A relatively long-lasting change in behavior resulting from e…
Requires no attentive or conscious effort
Requires active attention and effort. Controlled processing c…
Memory
Storage and retrieval of information
Learning
A relatively long-lasting change in behavior resulting from e…
Chapter 1 Fields of Psychology
Environmental Psychologist
Forensic Psychologist
Sport Psychologist
Quantitative Psychologist
Psychologists who study the effects of the physical environme…
Psychologists who assist in jury selection, evaluate defendan…
Psychologists who explore the relationships between athletic…
Psychologists who develop and use statistical tools to analyz…
Environmental Psychologist
Psychologists who study the effects of the physical environme…
Forensic Psychologist
Psychologists who assist in jury selection, evaluate defendan…
140 terms
Psychology chapters 1/2
Psychology
Psychology has 4 goals:
Neuroscience/ Biopsychology Perspective
Scientific method
The scientific study of mind (mental processes)... -comes from G…
1.description: Tells what occurred ... 2.Explanation: Tells why…
Investigates the relationship between biology, behavior, and…
The set of assumptions, rules, and procedures that scientists…
Psychology
The scientific study of mind (mental processes)... -comes from G…
Psychology has 4 goals:
1.description: Tells what occurred ... 2.Explanation: Tells why…
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Psychology - Ch. 1 Psychological Science
hindsight bias
critical thinking
theory
hypothesis
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one…
thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and conclusio…
an explanation using an integrated set of principles that org…
a testable prediction, often implied by a theory
hindsight bias
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one…
critical thinking
thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and conclusio…
Chapter 1: Approaches to Psychology
Physiological
Cognitive
Psychology
Hypothesis
Having to do with an organism's physical processes
Having to do with an organism's thinking and understanding
The scientific study of behavior that is tested through scien…
Assumption or prediction about behavior that is tested throug…
Physiological
Having to do with an organism's physical processes
Cognitive
Having to do with an organism's thinking and understanding
Psychology Exam 1
Structuralism
Functionalism
Darwin
Behaviorism
-Wilhem Wundt... -Using introspection to understand behavior and…
-James... -Explored how mental processes and behavior functioned…
-Applied his theories of evolution and natural selection to e…
-Skinner, Watson... -Focused solely on how consequences shape be…
Structuralism
-Wilhem Wundt... -Using introspection to understand behavior and…
Functionalism
-James... -Explored how mental processes and behavior functioned…
72061 - Psychology - Chp. 1
psychology
philosophy
physiology
structuralism
scientific study of people's thoughts, feelings, and actions.
the roots of psychology
biological workings of the body & brain
analyze consciousness
psychology
scientific study of people's thoughts, feelings, and actions.
philosophy
the roots of psychology
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Psychology chapter 1
Psychology
Bias
Placebo Effect
The Case Study
The study of behavior and mental processes in both animals an…
Beliefs that interfere with objectivity.
Positive response associated with your belief or attitude. (I…
An in-depth analysis of one person. (Try to understand an eve…
Psychology
The study of behavior and mental processes in both animals an…
Bias
Beliefs that interfere with objectivity.
13 terms
Psychology 1
Cerebellum
Medulla
Pons
Thalamus
Balance and coordination/A large structure of the hindbrain t…
Base of brainstem; controls heartbeat and breathing. Involunt…
Connects hindbrain with midbrain and forebrain. Controls faci…
Relay station for sensory information
Cerebellum
Balance and coordination/A large structure of the hindbrain t…
Medulla
Base of brainstem; controls heartbeat and breathing. Involunt…
Psychology 1
Limbic system
Neocortex
Primitive brain
corpus callosum
Intermediate brain (paleopallium). Emotions
Rational brain (neopallium). Intellectual tasks
(archipallium) self preservation, aggression
connects the hemispheres
Limbic system
Intermediate brain (paleopallium). Emotions
Neocortex
Rational brain (neopallium). Intellectual tasks
Psychology 1
Psychology
Theory
Research psychologist
Applied psychologists
The science of mental abilities and behavior
A general framework for scientific study
Psychologists who study the origin, cause, or results of cert…
Make direct use of the findings of research psychologists; de…
Psychology
The science of mental abilities and behavior
Theory
A general framework for scientific study
105 terms
Psychology 1
Memory
Learning
Encoding
Automatic versus Controlled Processing
Encoding, Storage, and retrieval... Think storage and retrieval…
A relatively long-lasting change in behavior resulting from e…
The initial process of memory creation. ... Sensation and the t…
Automatic processing- no attention or conscious effort requir…
Memory
Encoding, Storage, and retrieval... Think storage and retrieval…
Learning
A relatively long-lasting change in behavior resulting from e…
AP Psychology Unit 1: History of Psychology
empiricism
structuralism
functionalism
experimental psychology
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
A school of psychology that focused on how our mental and beh…
the study of behavior and thinking using the experimental met…
empiricism
Information is collected by objective observations and experi…
structuralism
An early school of psychology that used introspection to expl…
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