psych STUDY GUIDE Ex 1 - Myers '02 - reinforcement...

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STUDY GUIDE – Psych 101 - Myers ‘02 Exam 1 Chapters 1, 7, 9, and Appendix Psychology’s roots – Wundt Nature-nurture issue Psychology’s perspectives Psychology’s subfields Scientific attitude Scientific method – survey, observation, correlation, experimentation (variables), placebo Central tendencies Variation Conditioning – classical and operant, Pavlov, Skinner, conditioned and unconditioned stimulus and response, extinction, spontaneous recovery, generalization Updating Pavlov Skinner’s experiments Shaping Reinforcers - primary and conditioned, immediate and delayed, schedules of
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Unformatted text preview: reinforcement Punishment Learning by observation – Bandura Problem solving: concepts, fixation, representativeness heuristic, overconfidence, framing decisions Acquiring language – babbling, telegraphic speech Thinking without language Do animals exhibit language? Origins of intelligence testing – Binet One or many intelligences? Creativity and intelligence Emotional intelligence Assessing intelligence Test construction – aptitude, achievement, reliability...
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