Lecture 3 - I. Psychology As a Science A. Expanding on What...

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Unformatted text preview: I. Psychology As a Science A. Expanding on What We Already Know B. The Scientific Method --- OHDAC C. An Example II. The Building Blocks of the Nervous System---Neurons and Neural Communication A. The Reflex Arc B. Parts of a Neuron C. From One Neuron to Another: Synaptic Transmission Psychology Is a Science Discussed in class It can defy common sense, and/or give explanations for things that make common sense. Do opposites attract, or do like people attract? Is it better to study for a test in small increments, or cram? If you have a major problem where help is required, is it better for you to be around a small group of people, or a larger one? Do opposites attract, or do like people attract? Is it better to study for a test in small increments, or cram? If you have a major problem where help is required, is it better for you to be around a small group of people, or a larger one? Example: Diffusion of Responsibility (The Bystander Effect, see 541-542 for more info.) (The Bystander Effect, see 541-542 for more info....
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Lecture 3 - I. Psychology As a Science A. Expanding on What...

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