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Unformatted text preview: Fall Program for Freshmen UC Extension Dr. Mangan REVIEW NOTES FOR FIRST MIDTERM OCTOBER 2007 You are responsible for all information given in the assigned reading, section or lecture. The midterm will be worth 100 points. 60-70 points will come from multiple choice questions, the remainder from fill-ins, short answer and essay questions. Some multiple choice questions will defiantly ask about material found in the text but not discussed in section or lecture. The fill-in, short answer and essay questions will deal with material that has been discussed in lecture or section, or in the pages underlined in the syllabus. A. The only names you need to be able to identify “cold,” i.e., without context information, are: BACON GALILEO LORENZ FECHNER WUNDT NEWTON DESCARTES WATSON LOCKE SKINNER TOLMAN HELMHOLTZ HERING THORNDIKE DARWIN PAVLOV You should know why each of these people is important for psychology: e.g., their basic ideas, the findings they established, the schools or movements they are associated with, the major figures or movements they contrast with. established, the schools or movements they are associated with, the major figures or movements they contrast with....
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This note was uploaded on 07/08/2008 for the course PSYCH 1 taught by Professor Shimamura during the Spring '08 term at Berkeley.

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