1 Introducing the Hybrid Science Study Tip:Each lesson begins with a list of key terms and concepts. These are all “fair game” for exams. I will not ask questions about each and every one on exams, but these lists should serve as a good starting point for your studying. I suggest that you think about using index cards to help with this. You might make a card for each item on the list, but that may be overkill. However you want to proceed, here’s a suggestion: don’t just glean a definition from the reading. Although definitions are valuable, they are not enough. A good idea is to jot down examples of concepts whenever possible. For people, I’m interested in you knowing the sorts of work and thinking that are associated with the person. Key Terms and Concepts oPsychology oHypotheses oBiology oEvidence oBehavioral biology/biopsychology oWilhelm Wundt oGenetic-evolutionary model oHarry K. Wolfe oDevelopment oIvan Pavlov oMechanisms oSigmund Freud oAdaptation oJean Piaget oEvolution oCharles Darwin oPhylogenetics oB. F. Skinner oProximate causes oJohn Watson oUltimate causes oAlfred Kinsey oEmergent properties Lesson 1 1
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