PSYCH230: Social Psychology
Analysis of a Social Gathering
Everybody acts very kind and friendly in the work place. Everyone seems to be kind
toward one another, and customers. Sandy, the manager, tells Lucy how much she doesnt like
Bethany. Bethany does
The purpose of this assignment is to give you the opportunity to explore and think systematically and critically
about an issue or topic in cross-cultural psychology (defined very broadly, not just restricted to topics in the
textbooks). The focus should
The advertising industry, a prominent and powerful industry, engages in deceptive
subliminal advertising which most people are unaware of. By bypassing the unconscious
mind using subliminal techniques, advertisers tap into the vulne
a. Traits: consistent personality characteristics and behaviors displayed
in different situations
b. Trait theory: a model of personality that seeks to identify the basic
traits necessary to describe personality
2. Five Factor Model
Chapter 11 Review: Sexuality and Gender
Module 32: Gender and Sex
Gender- the perception of being male or female, psychological
Sex- typically refers to sexual anatomy and sexual behavior, biological
Gender roles- the set of expectations, defined b
PSY100: Exam 3 Review
Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders
1. How can we distinguish normal from abnormal behavior?
2. What are the major perspectives on psychological disorders used by mental health professionals?
3. What are
Social Psychology: the scientific study of how peoples thoughts, feelings, and actions
are affected by others.
A. Attitudes: evaluations of people, objects, ideas, and behavior
B. Persuasion involves changing attitud
Treatment of Psychological Disorders
Which Professionals Provide Which Kind of Treatment
A. Clinical Psychologists
1. Have a Ph.D. or Psy.D.
2. Specialize in outpatient or inpatient psychotherapy to
individuals, families or groups
a. Can pre
Psych 100 Exam 2 Review
Chapter 7: Memory
Learning outcomes for Chapter 7:
1. What is memory?
2. Are there different kinds of memory?
3. What are the biological bases of memory?
4. What Causes difficulties and failures in rem
Emotion Exam 3
(Second half of chapter 10)
Emotions: feeling that generally have both physiological and cognitive elements and
that influence behavior
Controversy: does emotional response predominate over the cognitive
Chapter 1: Psychology (the scientific study of behavior and mental process)
Subfields of psychology:
Behavioral neuroscience the brain and the nervous system (biological
processes) neuroscientists consider how bodies influence our behavior
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES!
Loftus, E. E (1975). Leading questions and the eyewitness report. Cognitive
Psychology, 7, 560572.
Hamilton, I believe that my client is telling the
truth when she says she was nowhere near the scene
Name of ion
Highest concentration Force of diffusion
Psych 330 - The Resting Potential
Name of ion
Force of diffusion
End of Semester Review
Plan for Today
Details on the Exam
What did we learn this semester?
Final Exam Details
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Humanistic approaches to treatment:
Humanistic therapy is about the idea that people are in control of their behavior and can make
choices about their lives
Focuses on interpersonal relationships and
Lesson1 Unit 4
Must have symptoms for 2 weeks
Must affect your ability to conduct your life
Change in appetite / weight
Combination of these symptoms is very unpleasant
Woman more like
Deviation from the ideal
Inability to function effectively.
Defined as something that causes people stress and interferes with their everyday lifestyles.
Major perspectives on psychological disorders:
Module lesson 2 11.29.2016
Obsessive Compulsive Disorder ( OCD )
Repetitive, disturbing thoughts or images that you cant control
Repetitive behaviors you do try to alleviate the thoughts.
Concern with germs / disease / cleanliness
Introduction to Psychology Exam 4 Review
Psychological disorders: Modules 46, 47, 48
1) For each time period, very briefly list the views on mental illness
The Middle Ages:
2) The _ cont
Psych 100 Exam 1 Review:
1. What are the limits of Common Sense?
_Over Confident_: People tend to be _More _ _Confident_ than
_Correct_. We think we know more than we really do.
2. _Hindsight Bias_: After you know the _Turn out_of an even
Ch. 8: Cognition & Language
Cognitive psych higher mental processes
Problem solving preparing, production, judgment
- Language comprehension precedes language productions
Thinking manipulating information
Means-end analysis repeated tests for differences
Ch. 5: Consciousness
Consciousness awareness of sensations, thoughts, and feelings
Sleep apnea difficulty breathing while sleeping loss of REM sleep,
Waking wake and aware; altered different states
plays a role in SIDS, night terrors sudden awakenings fro
Ch. 13: Personality
Personality - The pattern of enduring characteristics that
differentiate people and make us unique
Psychodynamic approaches personality is unconscious
Freuds psychoanalytic theory unconscious forces act as
determinants of personality
Ch. 1: Intro to Psych
- Psych study of behavior & mental processes
- Scientific method basis of psych research
- Behavioral neuroscience subfield of psych that
focuses on how brain/nervous system affects behavior
- Experimental psych studies processes of
Psych 370 - 01
Learning Module 4
In modern United States culture, ambitiousness and success are valued very highly from
an early age. Students begin to feel academic pressure coming from teachers, parents, and society in
Makeup Exam 2 Notes
A social-cognitive theorist whose major work addresses the nature of observational learning as
well as the manner in which the inner person and the demands of a situation combine to
determine a persons actions. Unlike cl