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PSYC 101  Chapter I Outline I. What is Psychology II. Foundations of Modern Psychology a. Origins of psychology i. Socrates ii. Plato iii. Aristotle iv. Confucius b. A brief history of psychology i. Structuralism 1. Wilhelm Wundt 2. Edward Titchener ii. Functionalism 1. William James iii. Behaviorism 1. John B. Watson 2. B.F. Skinner iv. Gestalt 1. Max Wertheimer v. Psychoanalysis 1. Sigmund Freud c. Contemporary perspectives i. Behavioral ii. Psychodynamic iii. Humanistic 1. Abraham Maslow 2. Carl Rogers iv. Physiological v. Evolutionary vi. Cognitive vii. Sociocultural d. Diversity in psychology III. Who are Psychologists? (and what do they do?) a. Researchers i. Basic research
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ii. Applied research b. Specialty areas of psychology
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Unformatted text preview: c. Where do psychologists work? d. Demographic breakdown of psychologists IV. Research Methods in Psychology a. Objectives of science i. Describe ii. Explain iii. Predict iv. Control b. The scientific method i. Develop a research question ii. Form a hypothesis iii. Gather evidence iv. Draw conclusion c. Research methods i. Case study ii. Survey iii. Naturalistic observation iv. Correlation v. Experimental d. Experimental methodology i. Independent variable ii. Dependent variable iii. Placebo effects iv. Expectancy effects e. Ethics in research...
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