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2/7/11 22 Modern Schools of Thought 1. Biological: how the body influences behavior, thoughts, feelings Nervous system Brain chemicals Hormones Genetics Evolutionary Psychology (how our adaptive evolution affects us today)
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2/7/11 33 Modern Schools of Thought 2. Learning/Behavio rism: how environment and experience affect behavior, thoughts, feelings Behaviorism:
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2/7/11 44 Modern Schools of Thought 3. Cognitive: how thoughts affect behavior, feelings Reasoning Memory Intelligence Beliefs/thoughts
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2/7/11 55 Modern Schools of Thought 4. Sociocultural: how social and cultural influences affect thoughts, feelings, behavior Most underestimate the power of culture and society
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2/7/11 66 Modern Schools of Thought 5. Psychodynamic: how unconscious conflicts, inner forces affect behavior, thoughts, feelings Freud Family of origin / childhood issues
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2/7/11 77 Modern Schools of Thought 6. Humanistic: how to create a fulfilled life Free will/Choices Be all that you can be (be your best) “Positive Psychology”
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Schools of thought in action 1. Cognitive 2. Psychodynamic 3. Behaviorism 4. Biological 5. Sociocultural 6. Humanistic 1. People with OCD are consumed by anxious thoughts. 2. OCD symptoms can be brought on by hidden unconscious fears stemming from childhood experiences. 3. Compulsive behaviors are reinforced because they reduce anxiety. 4. OCD behavior is caused by a chemical imbalance in the brain.
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This note was uploaded on 02/06/2011 for the course PSYCH 120 taught by Professor Lebrenton during the Spring '10 term at Purdue University-West Lafayette.

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