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Purdue | PSY 12000
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    last lecture
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Schizophrenia Involves fundamental disturbances in thought processes, emotion, and/or behavior Affects ~1% of Americans Schizophrenia Psychotic symptoms usually emerge when people are in their 20s. Seldom after 45 and rarely before puberty. Prodromal peri

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    ch 14 for students(1)
    Course: PSY 12000
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    PSY120 Psychological Disorders Review Conformity -Asch Compliance Obedience -Milgram Groupthink/group polarization Interpersonal relationships -Proximity, similarity, reciprocity Triangular view of love Abnormal Behavior _ Patterns of thinking, feeling, b

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    ch 14 for students
    Course: PSY 12000
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    PSY120 Psychological Disorders Review Conformity -Asch Compliance Obedience -Milgram Groupthink/group polarization Interpersonal relationships -Proximity, similarity, reciprocity Triangular view of love Abnormal Behavior _Psychopathology_ Patterns of thin

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    ch 13 nov 17 and 19
    Course: PSY 12000
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    PSYC120 Slides for Ch 13: Social Psychology Social Psychology The study of how peoples thoughts, feelings and behavior influence and are influenced by, the behavior of others. Social influences on the self: Festinger, 1954 Temporal comparisons Social comp

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    sex and emotion from nov 5 lecture
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    SexandEmotion Review Hunger and Satiety Set point, eating habits, food cues Hunger and the brain LH= eat! DMH= dont eat! Brain neurochemicals NPY and AgRP= eat! POMC= dont eat! Stomach Ghrelin = eat! Adiposity signals Leptin and insulin Anore

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    personality lecture notes for nov 10
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Review Sex -Sexual response cycle -Excitement -Plateau -Orgasm -Resolution -Refractory Activational/organizational effects of sex hormones Biology of sexuality -Sexual dimorphism in the brain Emotional processing Basic emotions Brain processing of e

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    ch 11 part one
    Course: PSY 12000
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    PSY120 Outline for chapter 11 Motivation Homeostasis Hunger and Body weight regulation Eating disorders Sexual behavior Emotions _Motivation_: The set of factors that initiate and direct behavior To feel certain emotions/affects emotions _Emotions_ C

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    11-5
    Course: PSY 12000
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    Documented by William Masters and Virgi nia Johnson (1966) Four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasmi c, resolution Highly similar in males and females Roots in sex hormones Female -Estrogens and progestins Male -Androgens Organizational effects: permanen

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    memory(1)
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Memory The Traditional Three Stages Model of Memory _ memory _memory stored briefly Holding tank _memory Permanent Memory The capacity to preserve and recover information Involves _ _ How memories are formed How memories are kept over time _ How memories

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    memory
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Memory The Traditional Three Stages Model of Memory _Sensory_ memory _Short-term_memory stored briefly Holding tank _Long-term_memory Permanent Memory The capacity to preserve and recover information Involves _ Encoding _ _ Storage _ How memories are form

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    lecture 9-29
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    States of Consciousness Review from Thursday Auditory system Ear anatomy and pathway to brain Outer ear- middle ear- inner ear- cochleaauditory nerve- medial geniculate nucleus of the thalamus- auditory cortex Taste Olfaction Taste vs. flavor One stop, no

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    lecture 9-24
    Course: PSY 12000
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    Hearing The anatomy of the ear The auditory pathways of the brain The Anatomy of the Ear Designed to detect & transmit sound waves to the brain. Outer ear Middle ear Inner ear Outer Ear Pinna ear and ear lobe Auditory canal Middle Ear Thin membrane that v

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    lecture 9-22
    Course: PSY 12000
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    Sensation and Perception Why? How the world enters the mind _Sensation_: message brain receives from stimulation of a sensory receptor _Perception_ set of cognitive processes used to interpret messages received through our senses Psychophysics The systema

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    LEARNING LECTURE 2 for students oct 8(1)
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Second order conditioning Established CS is used to condition a second neutral stimulus Blue square= CS Blue square= CS Metronome= US What is disgusting Rozin Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Procedure for studying how organisms learn about

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    LEARNING LECTURE 2 for students oct 8
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Second order conditioning Established CS is used to condition a second neutral stimulus Blue square= CS Blue square= CS Metronome= US What is disgusting Rozin Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Procedure for studying how organisms learn about

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    learning lecture 1 October 6 2009
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    PSY120 October 6, 2009 Review Consciousness Cocktail Party Phenomenon Automaticity Sleep and circadian rhythms Dreaming Wish fulfillment (Freud) Manifest, latent content Activation synthesis hypothesis Memory consolidation Sleep disorders Insom

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    lectures 34
    Course: PSY 12000
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    Psychology 120 CH 3 What is Neuroscience? Neurons _ provide insulation _ sheath remove _& foreign bodies. _the size of the neurons, but about _ times as numerous. Terminal button Anatomy of neurons Dendrites Soma Axon Synapse Neurons _ Neurons Transmit me

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    Lectures 6 and 7
    Course: PSY 12000
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    Attachment in Infancy Attachments: Strong emotional ties formed to one or more intimate companions How does attachment start? Early attachment in humans Mary Ainsworth Strange situation study Temperament and Early Attachments Temperament: Temperament type

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    Course: PSY 12000
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    PSY 120 September 8, 2009 Quiz #1 1. The part of the neuron that receives information from other neurons is called the soma. a. b. 2. True False Action potentials are all-or-none. a. b. 3. True False Which type of neuron is most numerous in your central n

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    lecture 5
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    PSY 120 September 8, 2009 Quiz #1 1. The part of the neuron that receives information from other neurons is called the soma. a. b. 2. True False Action potentials are all-or-none. a. b. 3. True False Which type of neuron is most numerous in your central n

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    Lecture 2
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Fall 2009 Structuralism First Psychology Laboratory: _ Immediate conscious experience An attempt to understand the mind by breaking it down into basic parts _ Fucntionalism _ _ What do people do & why do they do it? Behaviorism _ _ concentrates on observa

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    lecture 1
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    Fall 2009 Goal Provide a broad overview of the field of psychological sciences Important Info: 7 pop quizzes: 5 points each, 2 lowest dropped 3 regular exams: 100 points each, lowest dropped 1 final exam: 100 points FINAL GRADE: 25 + 200 + 100 NO MAKE-UP

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    Evaluation oral 2
    Course: PSY 12000
    School: Purdue

    FR 202 Evaluation Orale 2 Automne 2010 Dans un groupe de trois ou quatre, vous allez dvelopper un petit sketch que vous allez prsenter la classe. Utilisez votre imagination et parlez avec votre professeur de votre ide (par exemple, un dbat politique, une

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