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  • 40 Pages Chapter 8 - Memory (Lecture Slides)
    Chapter 8 - Memory (Lecture Slides)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 8: Memory March 3, 2014 Memory The capacity to preserve and recover information Also refers to the structures that account for that capacity Memory is: 1. 2. Selective we commit only a portion of the information we encounter to memory Reconstructi

  • 11 Pages AP2
    AP2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Unit2: Research Methods PsychologicalScience Hindsightbias:Iknewitallalongtheory Overconfidence:wethinkweknowmorethan wedo Criticalthinking:smartthinking,notaccepting argumentswithoutresearch TheScientificMethod Theory:explanationthatorganizes observa

  • 9 Pages Study Guide Exam 1, Complete for Exam 1
    Study Guide Exam 1, Complete For Exam 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Study Guide, Exam #1 Below is a comprehensive outline of the material you need to have mastered from each unit hopefully it will help you quiz yourself as you review your notes. Dont focus on anything that isnt on this study guide. To help you out, you w

  • 34 Pages Chapter 11 Emotion
    Chapter 11 Emotion

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    1 Emotion 4 Universal Emotions Anger when a goal is blocked Fear - threat Sadness loss Happiness - opportunities Disgust - threat of contagion Surprise - something unexpected 5 Universal Emotions The same things tend to make people happy, sad, etc., acro

  • 50 Pages Ch11_Motivation
    Ch11_Motivation

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Motivation Motivation: processes that initiate and direct behavior, usually toward a goal 1 Internal Factors Instinct: unlearned characteristic patterns of responding (e.g. caring for our young, crying as infants) Drive: internal state that arises in r

  • 19 Pages Ch8_Memory_Purdue part 2 exam 3
    Ch8_Memory_Purdue Part 2 Exam 3

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    A Memory Test You are going to briefly study a list of words Do NOT write anything down while studying the words (thats cheating!) Do not recall the words until I tell you to 1 A Memory Test: Mad Happy Rage Mean Ire 2 Wrath Hate Hatred Fury Emotion Fear

  • 19 Pages Ch8_Memory_Purdue part 2 exam 3-2
    Ch8_Memory_Purdue Part 2 Exam 3-2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    A Memory Test You are going to briefly study a list of words Do NOT write anything down while studying the words (thats cheating!) Do not recall the words until I tell you to 1 A Memory Test: Mad Happy Rage Mean Ire 2 Wrath Hate Hatred Fury Emotion Fear

  • 26 Pages Ch8_Memory_Purdue Part 1
    Ch8_Memory_Purdue Part 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Memory Chapter 8 1 2 Memory The capacity and structures used for the retention and retrieval of information Involves three processes: 3 Encoding how memories are initially acquired Storage how memories are maintained Retrieval how stored memories are rec

  • 20 Pages Ch4_Development
    Ch4_Development

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter4 1 HumanDevelopment Introduction Development:predictablechangesassociated withincreasingage DevelopmentalPsychology:focusesonhuman developmentacrossthelifespan Maturation:systematicphysicalgrowthofthe bodyconsultyourbookforanunderstandingof thep

  • 18 Pages Ch 15
    Ch 15

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 15and Therapy Treatment Psychotherapy Definition: a specialized process in which a trained professional uses psychological methods to help a person with psychological problems People enter therapy in order to rid themselves of an abnormal behavi

  • 25 Pages Ch 10 _Intelligence
    Ch 10 _Intelligence

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Intelligence Chapter10 PSY120 WhatIsIntelligence? Theabilitytouseinductiveanddeductive reasoning Thecognitivecapacitytoreason,plan, solveproblemsandthinkabstractly Internalabilitythataccountsforindividual differencesinmentaltestperformanceand allowsust

  • 74 Pages Ch 9 (1)-2
    Ch 9 (1)-2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Ch9Language&thought Solvingproblems Well-defined problem: clear goal, clear starting point, easy to know when we have a solution Ill-defined problem: no clear starting point, no clear goal, no way to evaluate our progress Apuzzle: Findaroutefrompointatob:

  • 20 Pages AP4
    AP4

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Unit 4: Sensation and Perception Sensation: exploring through the senses Perception: organizing and interpreting sensory information Bottom-up processing: begins with the senses and works up (sensation) Top-down processing: view things based on experience

  • 1 Page Psy 120 READING ASSIGNMENTS updated through Exam 1
    Psy 120 READING ASSIGNMENTS Updated Through Exam 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    READING ASSIGNMENTS Please complete the following reading assignments from the course textbook prior to the START of class on the date listed. Just a reminder that there are different practice mindtap exercises you can complete as you read to make sure yo

  • 21 Pages Chpater 1 - Class Slides
    Chpater 1 - Class Slides

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Welcome to PSYC 12000-003 Elementary Psychology Instructor: Sara Branch Welcome Course Information: PSYC 12000-003 Elementary Psychology T/Th 4:30-5:45pm Instructor Information: Sara Branch (call me Sara) Have B.A. and M.S. in Psychology (Social), finishi

  • 36 Pages Chapter 16 - Stress & Health (Class Slides)
    Chapter 16 - Stress & Health (Class Slides)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 16: Stress and Health April 22, 2014 Stress and Health How often do you experience stress in your daily life? Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently In 2007, people said sometimes or frequently Health Psychology: study of how biological, psychological,

  • 44 Pages Chapter 7 -  Learning from Experience (Class Slides)
    Chapter 7 - Learning From Experience (Class Slides)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    LECTURE OUTLINE Define Learning Three process of learning + Examples Classical Conditioning Terminology Principles of classical conditioning Operant Conditioning Types of consequences Schedules of reinforcement LEARNING A relatively permanent change

  • 9 Pages Chapter 16 - Stress & Health (Class Slides - 4 per page)
    Chapter 16 - Stress & Health (Class Slides - 4 Per Page)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    4/22/2014 Stress and Health How often do you experience stress in your daily life? Never Rarely Sometimes Frequently Chapter 16: Stress and Health April 22, 2014 Stress and Health often paired with Emotion In 2007, people said sometimes or frequently Heal

  • 24 Pages Chapter 4 - Human Development (Class Slides - Part 2)
    Chapter 4 - Human Development (Class Slides - Part 2)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 4: Human Development (Part 2) February 4, 2014 Social Development Forming bonds with others Forming a personal identity Gender role development Forming Bonds with Others Humans have a fundamental need to belong Partially pragmatic Partially psycho

  • 21 Pages Chapter 2 - Tools of Psychological Research
    Chapter 2 - Tools Of Psychological Research

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 2: The Tools of Psychological Research January 16, 2014 Objectives Be familiar with the stages of doing a psychological study (scientific method) Identify different types of study design (i.e., correlational, experimental, quasi-experimental) Unde

  • 36 Pages Chapter 4 - Human Development (Class Slides)
    Chapter 4 - Human Development (Class Slides)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 4: Human Development (Part 1) January 30, 2014 Overview Human Development / Developmental Psychology Physical Development Fetal Development Infancy / Childhood Adolescence / Puberty Intellectual Development How is it studied? Perceptual Developmen

  • 14 Pages Ch 3 Biology Part 2
    Ch 3 Biology Part 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    CHAPTER 3 Biological Processes Part 2 The Nervous System & The Brain 1 The Nervous System Central Nervous System (CNS): the brain and spinal cord Peripheral Nervous System: Nerves that connect the CNS to the rest of the body 2 The Nervous System Two su

  • 29 Pages Ch 14
    Ch 14

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 14 Abnormal Psychology 1 Definition Abnormal Behavior/ Mental Disorder: actions, thoughts and feelings that: 1. Are infrequent/rare (statistical deviance) 2. Violate standards of society (cultural deviance) 3. Cause emotional distress 4. Cause dys

  • 87 Pages Ch 13 (1)
    Ch 13 (1)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 13 Social Psychology Social Psychology How the presence of others influences our thoughts, feelings and behaviors Interpreting Behavior of Others Behaving in the Presence of Others Establishing Relations with Others INTERPRETING BEHAVIOR OF OT

  • 13 Pages Theory of Reasoned Action_G S Chapter 3_COM 318
    Theory Of Reasoned Action_G S Chapter 3_COM 318

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    + COM 318 Theory of Reasoned Action + Todays Class n What is the Theory of Reasoned Action? n What are the component variables and how are they connected? n What might TRA look like in action? n Whats the difference between the Theory of Reasoned Action a

  • 44 Pages Ch 6
    Ch 6

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter 6 Consciousness Consciousness Subjective awareness of internal and external events. Basically - Everything of which we are aware at any given time! o o o o Thoughts Feelings Sensations External stimuli What does it mean to be aware? To experience

  • 55 Pages Ch 2
    Ch 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    HowPsychologistsDo Research Chapter2 1 TheprocessofPsychological Research Systematicallyseeking answerstotestablequestions aboutmindandbehavior 2 QuestionsaboutBehavior andMind 1.Willmyparentsstartlosingtheir memory?Whenandwhy? 2.WillIhavethesame relation

  • 42 Pages lecture 9-29
    Lecture 9-29

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    States of Consciousness Review from Thursday Auditory system Ear anatomy and pathway to brain Outer ear- middle ear- inner ear- cochleaauditory nerve- medial geniculate nucleus of the thalamus- auditory cortex Taste Olfaction Taste vs. flavor One stop, no

  • 27 Pages lecture 9-24
    Lecture 9-24

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Hearing The anatomy of the ear The auditory pathways of the brain The Anatomy of the Ear Designed to detect & transmit sound waves to the brain. Outer ear Middle ear Inner ear Outer Ear Pinna ear and ear lobe Auditory canal Middle Ear Thin membrane that v

  • 19 Pages lecture 9-22
    Lecture 9-22

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Sensation and Perception Why? How the world enters the mind _Sensation_: message brain receives from stimulation of a sensory receptor _Perception_ set of cognitive processes used to interpret messages received through our senses Psychophysics The systema

  • 23 Pages LEARNING LECTURE 2 for students oct 8(1)
    LEARNING LECTURE 2 For Students Oct 8(1)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Second order conditioning Established CS is used to condition a second neutral stimulus Blue square= CS Blue square= CS Metronome= US What is disgusting Rozin Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Procedure for studying how organisms learn about

  • 23 Pages LEARNING LECTURE 2 for students oct 8
    LEARNING LECTURE 2 For Students Oct 8

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Second order conditioning Established CS is used to condition a second neutral stimulus Blue square= CS Blue square= CS Metronome= US What is disgusting Rozin Classical Conditioning Operant Conditioning Procedure for studying how organisms learn about

  • 15 Pages learning lecture 1 October 6 2009
    Learning Lecture 1 October 6 2009

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY120 October 6, 2009 Review Consciousness Cocktail Party Phenomenon Automaticity Sleep and circadian rhythms Dreaming Wish fulfillment (Freud) Manifest, latent content Activation synthesis hypothesis Memory consolidation Sleep disorders Insom

  • 17 Pages Lectures 6 and 7
    Lectures 6 And 7

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Attachment in Infancy Attachments: Strong emotional ties formed to one or more intimate companions How does attachment start? Early attachment in humans Mary Ainsworth Strange situation study Temperament and Early Attachments Temperament: Temperament type

  • 41 Pages lectures 3&4
    Lectures 3&4

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Psychology 120 CH 3 What is Neuroscience? Neurons _ provide insulation _ sheath remove _& foreign bodies. _the size of the neurons, but about _ times as numerous. Terminal button Anatomy of neurons Dendrites Soma Axon Synapse Neurons _ Neurons Transmit me

  • 39 Pages lecture5
    Lecture5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY 120 September 8, 2009 Quiz #1 1. The part of the neuron that receives information from other neurons is called the soma. a. b. 2. True False Action potentials are all-or-none. a. b. 3. True False Which type of neuron is most numerous in your central n

  • 33 Pages lecture 5
    Lecture 5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY 120 September 8, 2009 Quiz #1 1. The part of the neuron that receives information from other neurons is called the soma. a. b. 2. True False Action potentials are all-or-none. a. b. 3. True False Which type of neuron is most numerous in your central n

  • 34 Pages Lecture 2
    Lecture 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Fall 2009 Structuralism First Psychology Laboratory: _ Immediate conscious experience An attempt to understand the mind by breaking it down into basic parts _ Fucntionalism _ _ What do people do & why do they do it? Behaviorism _ _ concentrates on observa

  • 37 Pages memory
    Memory

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Memory The Traditional Three Stages Model of Memory _Sensory_ memory _Short-term_memory stored briefly Holding tank _Long-term_memory Permanent Memory The capacity to preserve and recover information Involves _ Encoding _ _ Storage _ How memories are form

  • 36 Pages memory(1)
    Memory(1)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Memory The Traditional Three Stages Model of Memory _ memory _memory stored briefly Holding tank _memory Permanent Memory The capacity to preserve and recover information Involves _ _ How memories are formed How memories are kept over time _ How memories

  • 19 Pages Ch 3 Biology Part 3
    Ch 3 Biology Part 3

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    The Brain Parts of the Brain 2 Parts of the Brain The Brain Stem (the Hindbrain): 1. Medulla and Pons controls vital automatic functions (heartbeat, breathing, BP) Reflexes such as coughing, vomiting, sneezing 2. Reticular formation general alertness,

  • 69 Pages Chapter 5
    Chapter 5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Chapter5 SensationandPerception 1 Thephysicaltoolsofsensation SenseOrgans:organsthatreceivestimuli(eyes,ears, nose,mouth,skin) SensoryReceptorCells:specializedcellswithinthesense organsthatsendneuralimpulsestothebrain 2 SensationVs.Perception Sensation:i

  • 2 Pages Evaluation oral 2
    Evaluation Oral 2

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    FR 202 Evaluation Orale 2 Automne 2010 Dans un groupe de trois ou quatre, vous allez dvelopper un petit sketch que vous allez prsenter la classe. Utilisez votre imagination et parlez avec votre professeur de votre ide (par exemple, un dbat politique, une

  • 16 Pages last lecture
    Last Lecture

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Schizophrenia Involves fundamental disturbances in thought processes, emotion, and/or behavior Affects ~1% of Americans Schizophrenia Psychotic symptoms usually emerge when people are in their 20s. Seldom after 45 and rarely before puberty. Prodromal peri

  • 42 Pages ch 14 for students(1)
    Ch 14 For Students(1)

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY120 Psychological Disorders Review Conformity -Asch Compliance Obedience -Milgram Groupthink/group polarization Interpersonal relationships -Proximity, similarity, reciprocity Triangular view of love Abnormal Behavior _ Patterns of thinking, feeling, b

  • 54 Pages ch 14 for students
    Ch 14 For Students

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY120 Psychological Disorders Review Conformity -Asch Compliance Obedience -Milgram Groupthink/group polarization Interpersonal relationships -Proximity, similarity, reciprocity Triangular view of love Abnormal Behavior _Psychopathology_ Patterns of thin

  • 45 Pages ch 13 nov 17 and 19
    Ch 13 Nov 17 And 19

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSYC120 Slides for Ch 13: Social Psychology Social Psychology The study of how peoples thoughts, feelings and behavior influence and are influenced by, the behavior of others. Social influences on the self: Festinger, 1954 Temporal comparisons Social comp

  • 38 Pages sex and emotion from nov 5 lecture
    Sex And Emotion From Nov 5 Lecture

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    SexandEmotion Review Hunger and Satiety Set point, eating habits, food cues Hunger and the brain LH= eat! DMH= dont eat! Brain neurochemicals NPY and AgRP= eat! POMC= dont eat! Stomach Ghrelin = eat! Adiposity signals Leptin and insulin Anore

  • 21 Pages personality lecture notes for nov 10
    Personality Lecture Notes For Nov 10

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Review Sex -Sexual response cycle -Excitement -Plateau -Orgasm -Resolution -Refractory Activational/organizational effects of sex hormones Biology of sexuality -Sexual dimorphism in the brain Emotional processing Basic emotions Brain processing of e

  • 37 Pages ch 11 part one
    Ch 11 Part One

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    PSY120 Outline for chapter 11 Motivation Homeostasis Hunger and Body weight regulation Eating disorders Sexual behavior Emotions _Motivation_: The set of factors that initiate and direct behavior To feel certain emotions/affects emotions _Emotions_ C

  • 8 Pages 11-5
    11-5

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Documented by William Masters and Virgi nia Johnson (1966) Four phases: excitement, plateau, orgasmi c, resolution Highly similar in males and females Roots in sex hormones Female -Estrogens and progestins Male -Androgens Organizational effects: permanen

  • 20 Pages lecture 1
    Lecture 1

    School: Purdue

    Course: Elementary Psychology

    Fall 2009 Goal Provide a broad overview of the field of psychological sciences Important Info: 7 pop quizzes: 5 points each, 2 lowest dropped 3 regular exams: 100 points each, lowest dropped 1 final exam: 100 points FINAL GRADE: 25 + 200 + 100 NO MAKE-UP

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