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Heredity and Environment - what does this difference tell us? If genes had NO influence on IQ, what would be the expected difference in the correlation of IQ scores for identical twins reared together vs. non-identical twins reared together? 1. No difference. 2. IQ of identical twins should be higher than that of non-identical twins. 3. The correlation may be higher for identical twins. 4. The correlation may be higher for non-identical twins. 10
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How many of you chose answer 3? 8% 1. No difference. 2. IQ of identical twins should be higher than that of non- identical twins. 3. The correlation may be higher for identical twins. 4. The correlation may be higher for non-identical twins. 10 Transfer of learning • It is our goal • It is a challenge – If you do not transfer between two similar questions in the same class, how will you generalize your learning to another class, or to the real world? • Ideas?
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Learning (chap 6. animal learning, simple laws of behavior modification) vs. Memory (chap 7. human, verbal, cognitive) Why behaviorism?
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Titchener on Introspection (1897) “Introspection is the sole method by which we can investigate the facts and laws of sensation” A volunteer?
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Pavlov and Classical Conditioning http://nobelprize.org/educational_games/medicine/pavlov/index.html
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Which concept could be an intervening variable according to a methodological behaviorist? 1. anxiety 2. sleep 3. amount of carrots ingested per day 4. heart rate 7
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• S -> R • S -> intervening variables -> R mental processes, like expectations and purposes. (e.g., “vicarious trial and error” by rats choosing which way to go in a maze). In Pavlov’s experiment, the actual
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PSY 101 taught by Professor Gauthier during the Spring '08 term at Vanderbilt.

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