Lecture October 19, 2007

Lecture October 19, 2007 - October 19, 2007 Review Day...

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October 19, 2007 Review Day Statistics. o Descriptive. Analyzing a sample directly. o Inferential. Makes inferences based on a sample population. It is usually the test of the hypothesis and errors are likely to be made. Two types of errors are likely to me made. o Go over table comparing Real World and Test Hypothesis. Test against a Null hypothesis, which is the theory that there are no differences between the two groups being compared. o Bell Curve. If only one hump, them the distribution is considered to be normal. Names of Psychologists. o Wundt o James. o Pavlov. o Skinner. o Freud. Know the formulas to apply the basic concept. o Calculate mean. Neurotransmission. o Acetylcholine. Excitatory. o Norepinephrine. Mood regulation. Excitatory. o Dopamine. Pleasure (Addiction, Schizophrenia.) Excitatory. o Serotonin. Excitatory. o
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