Study Guide Book 1

Study Guide Book 1 - STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 1 for textbook...

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STUDY GUIDE FOR EXAM 1 for textbook issues PSY 223, SPRING 2012 Here are some names of important things and some questions about concepts you have studied in the textbook. A study sheet for lecture will follow. Some of the most difficult concepts for the course appear in these early chapters. I’m not really happy about these first two chapters since the author is trying to tell you how to think about the subject matter of the course when you don’t yet know what the subject matter is. I will probably draw few questions from these two chapters. I think you may find it easier going in the future. I will indicate where I think the author gives you too much information (tmi) and I will tell you that you can skip that part. You will probably do much better than you are thinking now. Chapter 1 Biopsychology as a Neuroscience Relatively few questions will come from this chapter since many pages are devoted to many definitions, but without enough examples to let you really master some of these definitions. Here is what you can skip. Table 1.1, section 1.4 (we will develop these later), Table 1.2, the experiment in Figure 1.6 Here are things to pay attention to What is biopsychology? Noninvasive techniques
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