Psychology Review Session Exam 1 - revised

Psychology Review Session Exam 1 - revised - Psychology...

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Psychology Review Session Exam 1 REVIEW SESSION 1 Take notes from slides and videos? Yes remember concepts being taught Conceptual question (understand major concepts) Understand major terms and apply them to questions Know major parts of the brain 3 major portions of brain and what they do What specific lobes do Lymbic system Parts and what they do Sam’s Lecture: Tri-am brain Primitive (reptilian) Brain stems - keeps us alive Cerebellum Spinal cord Limbic system (mid-brain) Cerebral cortex Responsible for planning and thinking Most developed in Human than others Responsible for four different lobes frontal, partial, occipital, temporal Where 4 lobes are in brain and what they are? Hypothalamus Pituitary gland and hormone productions
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Biological clock is located in the suprachiasmatic nucleus (SCN) of hypothalamus Hippocampus Memories How develops? It develops more. Ex: taxi drives need to learn routes Amygdala Emotions Phobia and fear Charles Whitman Wrong with brain? Impulse control screwed system up and he couldn’t control impulses Put pressure on certain part of brain No questions on history of psychology. Know concepts: behavioral vs. structural Don’t like memorization, use concepts. UT Shooter Looks at Migdala Not in book Causation: : first variable actually affect the second variable (NOT height and weight because they do not “cause” one another) Ex: free throw shooting and increasing free throw accuracy Ex: Running increase heart rate CORRELATION DOES NOT IMPLY CAUSATION!
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Directional: one thing is responsible for another variable Ex: correlation studies (ice cream and drowning : they are related but they do not cause each other) Confounding variable vs. __?___ = don’t worry about studying 45 questions on test: ½ book and ½ lecture 5 questions from each lecture Ch 3 of book: NEED TO KNOW! Neurons and stuff Know definitions of chromosomes and genes Diff between dominate and recess genes Genotype and phenotype Monozygotic Twins - identical Dizygotic Twins - two different eggs with two different sperms Action potential ? (pg 92) Understand why flip: sodium channels open and cell changes more positives; send impulse down cells; then sodium channels close how to study: read all chapters. Every few pages, ask self what test questions could come from these pages? Read ch? Flip back through book and do same thing Heart rate experiment: Concept? Showed how parasympathetic and sympathetic nervous systems work in conjunctions
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Fractionations= parasympathetic systems and sympathetic system working together may be working to an extent and unique combination has a behavioral output; they work in conjunction Phineas Gage (know from book) Synapse vs. synaptic cleft Synapse- general area: Synaptic cleft - empty space between axe and dendrite (where signals go into fluid) Evaluating claims Understanding understanding
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This note was uploaded on 04/14/2008 for the course PSY 35147 taught by Professor Gosling during the Fall '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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