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Psyc Exam Annerexia, Schizophrenia, I. Chapter 1: History and Evolution of Psyc. a. Humanistic psych - Why things are there II. Chapter 2: Research in Psyc a. Understand that just because something appears to be there doesn’t matter it will always be there III. Biological Bases of Behavior IV. Sensation and Perception – sense of perception is subjective and selective V. States of Consciousness – altering states of consciousness; need to dream to stay sane VI. Learning – a. Observational learning b. Skinner’s operant learning VII. Skip chapter 7 VIII. Chapter 8 – Cognition and Intelligence
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Unformatted text preview: a. Cognition teaches us we are not very good teachers b. Intelligence tests measure only a very narrow band of intelligence IX. Motivation and Emotion a. Drive reduction motivated to reduce tension b. Incentive theories get what we want c. Evolutionary theories primitive wish to survive and reproduce to pass on genes d. Violence, theft, sex X. Development love XI. Chater 11: XII. Stress coping and health playing house XIII. Psychological disorders XIV. Treatment of Disorders XV. Social Psychology...
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This note was uploaded on 11/27/2011 for the course PSYC 101 taught by Professor Loeb during the Fall '08 term at UNC.

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