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PSY 205 Review: Exam #1 Chapters 1 - 5
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Chapter 1 Evolution of Psychology (pages 1-33)
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Chapter 1 n This scientist is credited with founding the  discipline of psychology in 1879. n a.  Wilhelm Wundt  n b.  G. Stanley Hall  n c.  Edward Titchener  n d.  William James  n e.  John B. Watson
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Chapter 1 n This founder of the Functionalist  movement in  psychology thought we should study the purpose  of consciousness, not just its structure. n a.  Wilhelm Wundt  n b.  G. Stanley Hall  n c.  Edward Titchener  n d.  William James  n e.  John B. Watson
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Chapter 1 n This technique was used by the Structuralists  to  examine the component parts of consciousness. n a. psychoanalysis n b. talk-therapy n c. introspection n d. behavioral observation n e. hypnosis
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Chapter 1 n Initiated by John B. Watson, the Behaviorist   movement argued that psychologists should only  study this type of behavior. n a. conscious  n b. unconscious  n c. positive  n d. deviant n e. observable 
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Chapter 1 n This professional specialty is currently the  largest field in psychology: n a.  Counseling  n b.  Forensic  n c.  Educational/School n d.  Clinical  n e.  Industrial/Organizational
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Key Concepts n Research areas and professional  specialties in psychology today n Historical figures in psychology Chapter 1 Key Terms/Names n Structuralism n Functionalism n Behaviorism n Introspection n Wilhelm Wundt n Edward Titchener n William James n John B. Watson n Rene Descartes
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Questions? (...from Chapter 1. ..)
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Chapter 2 Research Enterprise in  Psychology (Entire Chapter)
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Chapter 2 n This is a tentative statement about the  relationship between two or more variables. n a. questionnaire  n b. operational definition  n c. hypothesis  n d. theory  n e. psychological test
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n This is a system of interrelated ideas used to  explain a set of observations. n
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