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PSC1F10 Exam 1 terms - PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Fall 2010 Post Exam I Terms Concepts Below is a list of terms and concepts that you should be

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PSC 1: Introductory Psychology Fall 2010 – Post Exam I Terms & Concepts Below is a list of terms and concepts that you should be familiar with in order to pass the first exam. These terms and concepts are drawn from lecture and readings. Words that are italicized are terms from the text that may or may not be covered in lecture. NOTE: Memorizing definitions of these terms is not sufficient for good performance on the exam. You should understand these concepts in a manner that allows you to apply them in novel contexts and situations. Creating concept maps and/or reviewing the study guide with this list can both aid in your success. Terms in italics indicate topics that were not covered in lecture but are covered in the text. Introduction to Psychology psychology’s relationship to philosophy epistemology: intuition authority rationalism empiricism objective vs subjective reality structuralism & functionalism Wundt’s & James’s contributions contributions of Freud, Watson, & Skinner
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2011 for the course PSC 001 taught by Professor P during the Fall '08 term at UC Davis.

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PSC1F10 Exam 1 terms - PSC 1 Introductory Psychology Fall 2010 Post Exam I Terms Concepts Below is a list of terms and concepts that you should be

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