Historical Background

Historical Background - PSYCHOLOGY 0405 (L&M): LECTURE...

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Unformatted text preview: PSYCHOLOGY 0405 (L&M): LECTURE OBJECTIVES AND OUTLINE*‘ Fall 2011 LECTURE: HISTORICAL BACKGROUND Objectives: Terms and concepts to learn Aristotle nativism Darwin empiricisrn contiguity principle hedonism scientific method behaviorism behavioral approach principles of association Outline I. Introduction 11. Behavioral Approach Focus on external (environmental) events Focus on small behavioral units A. Public observation B. Measurement C. Replication D. Verification E. Communication F. G. III. Historical Background A. Aristotle B. Empiricists C. Darwin fly M I: .Wasch we 47, _%{m4€_ A _ - * ‘ ' m_u¢_____aa_i_1megg it pm€fi%bl;:m \ riWS‘" ‘Ww‘a/s (AFC .114, Jiffhfq/ “gn‘m .. i X r 3W) 7900A) Mm‘rcnwfiefi - J ’1‘ ._.’ Ell-fur n ~ * ' ' 1.1m; _ ' u I ‘ I I - ' I V J w/ Jim 41/4 MW #412 wiw/J‘ , ' WWW . “2‘, “W22 W/M yfifiuz " 1323’er w“' «“m up 3% / . «y I Qéz ‘ p -- H k. , n __ If .' - é‘mas‘kbz m: aka. A "cg be a [Eu Wig/5 QT’C 150 Purim/ca/ “£90 WLL/frcnmflm _ ' Wmfl W.- m ' “a a - _ ., , flsssadah'flép WSfiQctgfié’éz Amy/V W46 W (LL/W «Ma swig/u; lam ' 7‘ fl WM} live/m», 7 ‘ at); \fln ,1 - Pro ‘7 [huh/«An A Jim _ _. 7, , “16' {saga “paw u. 5C3“ gar-€— E'an #Mflw WMJW ##fi ggggg A,H#_# W... _ _.._ _ _._.___.____.____.___WWWW mm W WWW wmmmm mmmw m” M wmm__ __ __. W .. . WWfiwfir é» wfi‘wx _. Lukérk rmwkgyhzéf' , €in Mmfimfia W'imm‘gfiyg LII? (AG/Or ‘13”1 @fifififigfiffifi L“ m e a} 42 c _ . 5.30. ,WUL Y3wa _ u “Egmgih fiajéiafl Jew; Qi WM fine WE Embfiifij @mefiw, htfiéf’igfizwfiwwiwfif WWW, varchfmfi 7m, Carvwmmjfi‘m) flMEM/mflmfmaéhfigfi/g @490ij mm air 7 7 7 , /\W /‘\W/ “\f “xv/m \_/“”\ _/”"""xm (yin/“X f1 T WW F, I. PEA/[0U ‘5 W1 My}, ~$fié ihwtecia‘mfigg, H a Mi‘imflihfim @f’i‘mm‘ffl/QL Qflmcxaémi m}; W? K . WA, 6.4 4A9. g? d~0w'%%y/ flimflaflm, C/a’vxjfmyéflf ...
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