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Carolines Psycology flash cards

Carolines Psycology flash cards - Term Definition...

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Term: structuralists Definition: look at this pen, how does it make you frrl? Term: behaviorists Definition: strictly looked at behavior, easy to record. Term: cognitive Definition: Emphasis on thoughts memory and reasoning Term: biological Definition: biological processes Term: evolutionary Definition: (Darwin), inherited tendancies
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Term: developmental Definition: changes in people throughout their lives Term: Psychodynamic Definition: unconcious processes Term: multi cultural Definition: different ways of answering questions: What are the 4 seasons? duck, deer, squirrel, and rabbit Term: the 9 subfields of psychology Definition: clinical, developmental, educational, experimental, cognitive, industrial, psychobiology, social, and counseling. Term: comframation bias Definition: if other people agree with you then you know your choce was correct.
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Term: availability heuristic Definition: making observations on only the surface level. EX: seeing someone park in the handicapped spot, you se them and theyre fine so you ask why are you parked there? then they proceed to get out of the car and get their child in a wheel char out of the back seat. Term: critical thinking rules (6) Definition: never jump to a conclusion, open mind, look for evidence, be skeptical, dont jump on the band wagon, your emotions might influence your judgements. Term: case studies Definition: detailed info about people is used to develop general inferences about people Term: survey methods Definition: questionaires and personal interviews
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Term: correlation method
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