PGS 101 Exam 1 study guide

PGS 101 Exam 1 study guide - Lower brain stem &...

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PGS 101 Exam 1 Study Guide Helpful hint: If a topic was covered in lecture, study your lecture notes. Only if not, study it from the book . Figures 3.1 & 3.16, 4.7 Precursors to Psychology Wundt G. Stanley Hall Titchner James Watson Rogers Maslow Freud Structuralism Functionalism Behavioralism Gestalt Psychology Psychoanalysis Humanistic Psychology Biological Psychology Evolutionary Psychology Cognitive Revolution Qualitative vs quantitative research Qualitative survey Natural observation Case Study Descriptive research Mean, median, mode, percentages Correlational research Correlation coefficient Experimental Research IVs and DVs Experimental group Control group Random assignment P-Value Phrenology Resting potential Action potential Absolute refractory period Postsynaptic potentials Terminal button (bouton) Neurotransmitters Agonists Antagonists Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system
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Unformatted text preview: Lower brain stem & cerebellum Higher cerebral hemisphere Highlights of lower brain The cerebrum Hemispheric specialization Plasticity of brain Chromosomes, DNA, genes Monogenetic & Polygenetic Sensation vs perception Sensory adaptation Distal & proximal stimuli Perceptual hypotheses Light waves (amplitude, wavelength, purity) Lens, pupil, retina, fovia Rods & cones Dark & light adaptation Optic chiasm Three major feature detectors Theories regarding color vision Form (pattern) perception theories Gestalt principles Binocular & monocular cues Perceptual consistency Soundwaves (amplitude, wavelength, purity) Outer, middle, inner ear Basilar membrane & celia Theories of pitch perception Olfactory system including olfactory nerve Gustatory system including papillae and basic tastes Tactile system including basic skin senses Kinesthetic system Vestibular system...
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This test prep was uploaded on 04/16/2008 for the course PSYCH 101 taught by Professor M during the Fall '08 term at ASU.

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