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PSY 301: Introduction to Psychology Dr. Hawkins EXAM 1 STUDY GUIDE Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception (139) Subliminal stimulation (140) The eye (145) The retina (146) Parallel processing (149) The ear (153) Smell (161) Depth Perception (165) Sensation and perception (139) Chapter 6: Walking consciousness (1830 Sleep stage (188) Sleep disorders (195) Why we dream (197-199) Levels of information processing (185) REM sleep (190) Sleep disorders (194-195) Can hypnosis alleviate pain? (202)
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Depressants (206-207) Drugs and consciousness (204) Sleep theories (194) Chapter 7: Pavlov’s experiments (225) Classical conditioning: generalization (227) Extending Skinner’s understanding: cognition (239)
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Unformatted text preview: Banduras experiments (245-246) Negative observational learning (247) Punishment (234, 237) Skinners legacy (240) Learning by observation (244) Positive observational learning (246) Classical conditioning: extinction and spontaneous recovery (226) Skinners experiments (232-233) Primary and conditioned reinforcers (235) Chapter 8: Encoding (255-256) Organizing information (259) Storing implicit and explicit memories (266) Forgetting (272) Storage decay (273) Improving memory (285) Studying memory (254-260) Retrieval (268) *Plus additional questions from both the lecture power-points and from the videos...
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