PSY 206 Unit 1 IP final

PSY 206 Unit 1 IP final - Perspectives of Psychology 1...

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Perspectives of Psychology 1 Running head: HOW SOME PERSPECTIVES of EARLY PSYCHOLOGY RELATE How Some Perspectives of Early Psychology Relate Michelle Mantonya AIU Online
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Perspectives of Psychology 2 Thesis Statement There are several different perspectives of Early Psychology. A few perspectives will be examined here. The Behavior perspective is described by how organisms learn to associate. The Physiological perspective studies the chemical changes in the body due to genetic makeup, stress, illness and drugs. The cognitive perspective looks at how the mind processes, stores and utilizes information. This is to compare and contrast the differences to see how they relate.
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Perspectives of Psychology 3 How Some Perspectives of Psychology Relate The Behavioral Perceptive is the study that focuses on observable behaviors, emphasizing the importance of learning in understanding how various behaviors occur. Russian psychologist Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) discovered that dogs seem to have learned to associate sights, sounds and smells with feeding time. This development led to our understanding of how organisms learn to associate events in their environments. John B. Watson (1878-1958), An American psychologist who based his work on
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This note was uploaded on 02/12/2008 for the course PSY 206 taught by Professor Wallievski during the Winter '08 term at AIU Online.

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PSY 206 Unit 1 IP final - Perspectives of Psychology 1...

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