Study Guide for - Monocular and binocular depth cues Weber Fechner and Steven’s laws Localization of function and split brain research Experience

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Study Guide for Test 1 – Spring 2010 Psyc 190 – Big Ideas that Changed Psychology Aristotle Phrenology Localization of function Mesmerism John Lock—Tabula rasa Psychophysics Law of specific nerve energies (Muller) Helmholtz Frequency and place theory of pitch perception Wundt Donders (measuring the speed of mental events) Ebbinghaus Titchner James Hall Cattel Early Applied Psychology Ames room Psychoanalysis Freud Jung Adler Horney Behaviorism Watson Pavlov Thorndike Toleman Hull Skinner Concepts Preformationism Predeterminism Heritability Structuralism Functionalism Nature/Nurture Sensitive and critical period Unconscious inference versus Direct perception (Gibson)
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Unformatted text preview: Monocular and binocular depth cues Weber, Fechner, and Steven’s laws Localization of function and split brain research Experience and brain development Social Learning theory—Aggression—imitation and catharsis Attachment –Bowlby, Ainsworth, & Harlow Pure versus Applied Psychology—APA versus APS The prison study—Zimbardo et al Obedience study – Milgram Ecological Validity Outcomes research for psychotherapy Projective tests – assessing the unconscious Placebo Effects Origins of superstitious behavior...
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Study Guide for - Monocular and binocular depth cues Weber Fechner and Steven’s laws Localization of function and split brain research Experience

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