Exam1Review_Fall2010

Exam1Review_Fall2010 - ii Adaptation Stage iii Steady-State...

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What I would review if I were to take my own exam! a) What does Exam 1 cover? a) Chapters 1-3 (Domjan Text) b) Lecture
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Chapter 1 I) History of Psychology a) Plato i) Reminiscence Theory of Knowledge ii) Nativism b) Aristotle i) Empirism ii) Laws of Association - frequency - contiguity - similarity - contrast c) Descartes i) Dualism d) The Study of the Mind e) The Study of the Reflex f) Experimental Psychology i) Wilhelm Wundt ii) Edward Tichener
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- structuralism iii) William James - Functionalism f) The Rise of Behaviorism II. Experimental Design a) Define Learning b) Learning is a construct c) Experimental Method i) IV ii) DV iii) Experimental Group iv) Control Group v) Experimental Design
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Chapter 2 I. Simple Forms of Learning a) Elicited Behavior i) Modal Action Patterns ii) Supernormal Stimulus iii) Sign Stimulus b) Habituation i) Response Specificity ii) Stimulus Specificity c) Sensitization d) Dual-Process Theory e) Opponent-Process Theory i) Peak Stage
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Unformatted text preview: ii) Adaptation Stage iii) Steady-State Stage iv) Affective-After Reaction Stage v) “a” process vi) “b” process vii) homeostasis Chapter 3 I. Associative Learning a) Classical Conditioning b) Operant Conditioning II. Types of Classical Conditioning a) Appetitive b) Aversive i) Conditioned Emotional Response (CER) Procedure ii) Taste-Aversion Learning III. Measures of Conditioned Responses a) Magnitude b) Probability c) Latency IV. Temporal Relationships a) Simultaneous b) Delay c) Trace d) Backwards V. Control Procedures for Classical Conditioning a) CS alone b) US alone c) Explicitly Unpaired d) Truly Random Control VI. Conditioned Inhibition Procedure a) Standard Procedure b) Differential Conditioning Procedure VII. Assessing Conditioned Inhibition a) Summation Test b) Retardation-of-Acquisition Test VIII. Contingeny Theory 1. Positive 2. Negative 3. Zero...
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This note was uploaded on 03/10/2010 for the course PSYCH 110 taught by Professor Rauhut during the Spring '10 term at Dickinson.

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