1 Intro and Brain and Mind

1 Intro and Brain and Mind - Psychology 1, Fall 2007...

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Unformatted text preview: Psychology 1, Fall 2007 Introductory Lectures Introduction 1 The human brain, the mind, and behavior Psychology as a discipline Course organization Course Faculty Paul Rozin, Professor Graduate teaching assistants Kinjal Doshi Min Gong Eranda Jayawickreme Ewa Szymanska Tess Wilkinson-Ryan Brain and mind The brain as the basis for mind Descartes and dualism (1650) Public/material vs private/soul/mind Dualism Brain Behavior Mind The brain as the basis for mind Forces for a brain-mind correspondence Darwin and common descent The brain as the basis for mind Forces for a brain-mind correspondence Localization of function Paul Broca and specific lesions with mental symptoms The brain as the basis for mind Localization of function Paul Broca and specific lesions with mental symptoms Wilder Penfield and stimulation of the human brain The brain as the basis for mind Forces for a brain-mind correspondence Ability to study the nervous system Herman von Helmholtz and the measurement of neural function Herman von Helmholtz...
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This note was uploaded on 02/23/2009 for the course PSYC 001 taught by Professor Rozin during the Fall '07 term at UPenn.

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