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PSYCHOLOGY JEOPARDY!
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY NAME THAT PERSPECTIVE RESEARCH METHODS BERTA TRIVIA 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 100 What is skepticism?
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Skepticism The tendency to doubt One of Descartes four influences on the development of psychology.
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 200 What is the Mind-Body Problem?
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Mind-Body Problem How can two separate realms of existence (mental and physical) interact?
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 300 Wilhelm Wundt, along with most other early psychologists, used _______ in his scientific studies of the internal mental processes of a subject’s mind.
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Introspection Research method in which observers examine, record, and describe their internal mental processes
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 400 The science of psychology has its roots in two areas. Name them.
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Roots of Psychology Philosophy Biology (especially physiology)
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HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY 500 What is the difference between Clinical Psychologists and Psychiatrists ?
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Clinical Psych vs. Psychiatry
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