Psy 101 - really want to do -Freudian Slips o A slip of the...

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Behaviorism  - No reference to mind.  - People behave as they do because of their history of reinforcement not because of  mental process - B.F. Skinner Psychodynamic Approach  -makes liberal use of reference to unobservable mental constructs  - goes even further in postulating unobserbale constructs  - makes reference to an unconscious metal world as well  Psychodynamic View: The iceberg metaphor  Projection Test may give indications of what lies in the unconscious mind—according to  psychodynamic tradition .  - Rorschach Test (inkblot test) - Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) Unconcious conflicts cause: - Lapses in Memory  o Supperresed intentions may cause us to be absent-minded about things we don’t 
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Unformatted text preview: really want to do -Freudian Slips o A slip of the tongue (or a slip in action) that unwittingly reveals an underlying motive The Cognitive Revolution (1960’s)-Information processing view uses a computer metaphor -People input , process, and store, information and have behavioral outputs -Herbert A. Simon -JEROME BRUNER: a non computational cognitive view Cognitive Science: The study of the mind Cognitive Psychology: A particular approach use in psychology to study the mind. Cognitive Neuroscience: Studies brain structures and processes that underlie mental processes Behaviorism---Cognitive Approach--------------Structuralism----Psychodynamic...
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This note was uploaded on 05/25/2011 for the course PSYCHOLOGY 101 taught by Professor Walter during the Winter '11 term at Grand Valley State.

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