Study guide 2 - volley principle-Is perception learned or...

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Psychology 101 Fall 2007 -Biological theories of aging -Visual system: you should know the parts of this system as well as how it works -Nearsightedness and Farsightedness -Parallel processing: “what” and “where” pathways of the brain -Two theories of color vision -Bottom-up processing and top-down processing -Principles of form perception (Gestalt) -Principles of depth perception: monocular and binocular cues -Principles of motion perception: real movement and types of apparent movement -Perceptual constancy -Auditory system: you should know the parts of this system as well as how it works -Theories of hearing: place theory, frequency theory,
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Unformatted text preview: volley principle-Is perception learned or biological? Research supporting learned and biological aspects-Levels of consciousness-EEG and types of brain waves-Circadian rhythm and suprachiasmatic nucleus -Why do we need sleep?-Stages of sleep/sleep cycling-REM vs. non-REM sleep-Sleep deprivation research-Sleep disorders-Dream theories and concepts-Psychoactive drugs: physical dependence (tolerance and withdrawal) and psychological dependence-3 categories of psychoactive drugs and their effects, examples of drugs in these categories and their effects...
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Jogmen during the Spring '08 term at Loyola Chicago.

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