Legacy of Neo-Confucianism in Korea
Neo-Confucianism is a moral and ethical philosophy from China which was
originally influenced by Confucianism. It attempted to create a more rationalis
Modernization of China after Opium War
The Global Opium Trade
Opium is a narcotic drug prepared from the juice of the opium poppy, Pa paver
somniferum, a plant probably indigenous in the south of Europe and west
Post Holes and Central Hearths at Amsa-Dong Neolithic Village (near Seoul)
Neolithic villages are grouped into the northwest, northeast, west, and south by pottery
They typically appear on the coast and along river valle
Art and Archeology of Korea
A connection of ancient Ondol to modern stove
Korea has four distinctive seasons. During summer days, Korean people gather to
cool themselves around the maru, which is in the middle of
Art and Archeology of Korea
Uniqueness of the White Porcelain in Joseon
During the Joseon period, ceramics were used for a variety of functions such as,
ritual vessels, bowls, and table wares. Moving away from Buddhis
Transformation of Chinese Economy and Politics
=Background that leads up to Opium War
-Invasion and Rebellion characterizes 19th China and East Asia
-Chinese economy around 1800
For a long time, the Opium Wars were a series of wars between China and Britain.
They mainly fought for the illegal trade of opium in china during the 19th century. The results
of Opium Wars g
PSY Second Mid-Term
Buffer for sensory information
Briefly holds it before passing (some of) it along
Iconic memory vision
Echoic memory auditory
Most people could remember ~ 4 or 5 from whole display
East Asian Civilization
A Valuable Exchange along with Buddhism
Religion is the belief in and worship of a superhuman controlling power. One of the
most prevalent religions of the world, which all teach its fo
Lecture 3: Connections, Differentiations, and Articulations
PEEKING AROUND THE SHANG PERIPHERY
2. Unmarked pottery (mumun)
a) Kojosn (Old Chosn)
b) Heating flues (ondol)
c) Megaliths and dolmen
3. Yayoi period
I. Identifying the Behavior
My behavior is smoking cigarettes. I always smoke about 10 cigarettes in a day.
Because the smoking reduces my running stamina and endurance and causes me a skin
troubles, I chose sm
STRESS and HEALTH
Stressors: specific events or pressures that place demands on a person or threaten their wellbeing
Stress: the physical and psychological response to internal or external pressure
- Stress is the response a person feels to stre
Psychological Disorders and Treatment
Is it statistical infrequency?
=But does not take into account that some rare behaviors are desirable.
=Equates normality with conformity.
Is it violating norms and cultural rules?
-the study of how peoples thoughts, feelings and behavior influence, and are influenced by,
the behavior of others.
Altruism=behavior that benefits another without benefiting oneself
Personality=the unique pattern of enduring thoughts, feelings, and actions that characterize a
person (Such characteristics can be compared and contrasted with those of other)
Trait Approach=defining our differences
=Traits-a way of talking abou
What are the ways in which sensation does not equal perception?
Common Fate=a Gestalt principle of organization holding that aspects of perceptual field that
move or function in a similar manner will be perceived as a unit.