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2/26/10 Frequently Asked Questions What is the purpose of these handouts? What do the page numbers on the lower right-hand corner of each slide indicate? Why do some objectives have an
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2/26/10 Frequently Asked Questions (cont.) Which pages of the textbook should I read? Do you bring handouts from previous classes to class? What will be on the exams?
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2/26/10 Overview Psychology is the scientific study of ______________ and ____________ Psychology has many subspecialties, and psychologists work in both _____________ and ____________ settings The history of psychology has two parts: clinical _____________ and _____________ Entire chapter
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2/26/10 Overview (cont.) To understand how psychologists think, we need to examine the ______________/ ______________debate, the concept of mind/body ______________, and the processes of evolution and natural selection
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2/26/10 Overview (cont.) Your textbook authors (______________ and ______________) have emphasized connections between Nature and nurture Psychologists and scientific discoveries Topics across psychology Psychology and the “real world” Topics within each chapter
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2/26/10 Objective 1 Define psychology Psychology is the ______________ study of ________________ and ________________ What does it mean to say that psychology is scientific? Another term for thought is _______________
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This note was uploaded on 02/26/2010 for the course PSY 111 taught by Professor Wightman during the Spring '10 term at Kirkwood Community College.

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