302 Review 1 - Exam 1 Review Exam Date: 2/25 7-9:30 pm...

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Exam 1 Review Exam Date: 2/25 7-9:30 pm Chapters 1-5 Exam will be 50 multiple choice questions worth 2 points each Below is an overview of what you should study for the exam. I test heavily from lecture material, thus it is a good idea to review your notes as well as lecture slides. Exam Material: Science Ways in which we acquire knowledge Structuralism Functionalism Psychodynamics Gestalt Psychology Behaviorism Humanistic Psychology Cognitive Psychology Pseudoscience Basic assumptions of science Facts Constructs Observation Inference Behavior Inductive and deductive thinking Logical interpretation errors – from Table 2.1 in book Theory Ways in which we evaluate theories Types of theories Models Phases of research and what each phase entails Levels of constraint and type of research associated with each level (i.e. naturalistic observation) Belmont Report Applied versus basic research Behavioral, stimulus and organismic variables Independent and dependent variables Extraneous variable Constants Treatment versus control group Validity Responsibilities of scientists
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course PSYCH 302 taught by Professor Knapp during the Spring '08 term at New Mexico.

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302 Review 1 - Exam 1 Review Exam Date: 2/25 7-9:30 pm...

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