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~ 43 Multiple Choice Questions ~7 from Introductory lectures ~12 from Chapter 3 (Biolgoical Bases) ~11 from Chapter 5 (Variations in Consciousness) WHAT TO BRING: 1) SCANTRON 2) #2 PENCIL It is very important that you note that the level of difficulty of the exams is much greater  than the level of difficulty of the quizzes (which you usually did before you received  additional information/clarification through lecture). Be sure to check the study tips posted on Bb, note that this part of class is more like a  biology than a psychology class (b/c of two chapters of biological psychology), and thus,  will require much time to study/memorize information. The following are guidelines of what you should know, but is not a comprehensive  guideline of things to be tested upon during the exam.  This guideline works best if you  use it as a test of your knowledge, after you have done your studying (but do make sure  to leave plenty of time to go over this review guide as it will take a lot of time).  You are  encouraged to review concepts with others (once individual study has been done). What major fields helped to create the field of psychology?  Who were major  contributors? e.g., how did these fields contribute to psychology? What different movements have influenced what psychology is today?  What are the  differences between these movements and who were the major supporters of these  movements?  What methods of study were used (when applicable) for these  movements? e.g., Who established the first lab?  Wilhelm Wundt Who is considered to be the founder of psychology?  Wilhelm Wundt
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What is the difference between structuralism and functionalism?  Structuralism  studies basic elements of experience and functionalism studies actual experiences Who is Stanley Hall and why is he of significance?  Functionalist who established the  American Journal of Psychology and the first American lab at Johns Hopkin and APA. What did William James contribute?  Wrote the first textbook- Principles of Psychology  (1890) What is behaviorism and who were proponents?  Behaviorism studies the external  behaviors of people and how the environment affects them.  Proponents were BF  Skinner, John Watson, and Ivan Pavlov. Describe the movement of “positive psychology.”  Studies the positive, adaptive, and  fulfilling aspects of humanity. What did Freud believe psychology should be the study of? 
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