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EXAM ONE STUDY GUIDE by Sarah Templeton CHAPTERS ONE-SIX This study guide is merely a guide to help organize some of the main themes or ideas within the chapters. This is by no means a complete guide to the test. Please use this as a guide as well as studying your class notes and reviewing the information you have already read. CHAPTER ONE: What is the difference between structuralism and functionalism? S: sensations, feelings, images…F: the purpose of the consciousness Know the different opinions of the individuals who held these views. What are the six theoretical perspectives in Psychology listed in your book? Be able to identify the principal contributors as well as the basic premise behind the perspective. Behavioral: Pavlov, Skinner, Watson: Only observable events are studied scientifically. Psychoanalytic: Freud, Jung, Adler: Unconscious motives and experiences in early childhood govern personality and mental disorders. Humanistic: Rogers, Maslow: Humans are free, rational beings with the potential for personal growth, and they are fundamentally different from animals. Cognitive: Piaget, Chomsky, Simon: Human behavior cannot be fully understood without examining how people acquire, store, and process information.
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course PSY 105 taught by Professor Gordon during the Fall '07 term at University of North Carolina Wilmington.

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