GenPsy.Lec3.Sensation

GenPsy.Lec3.Sensation - D Narcotics indicated v...

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Introduction to Psychology n Sensation
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Principles of Sensory Experience A. Selectivity A. It would be impossible for us to take in all information at any one time. B. Our senses select that which is most important B. Change C. Comparison A. We can tell when something is sweeter than another
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Pain A. Acute vs. Chronic Pain A. Biological utility B. Symptomatic v. disease C. Inducing anxiety v. depression
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Unformatted text preview: D. Narcotics indicated v. contraindicated E. Addiction potential F. Etiology G. Likelihood of cure Theories of Pain 1. Specificity Theory 2. Gate Control Theory (Melzack & Wall, 1965) a. Factors which open and close gate 1. Physical 2. Emotional 3. Cognitive Click to edit Master subtitle style F02_12 A Cute Pair a’ Noids...
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