1. ANXIETY DISORDERS
GAD (generalized anxiety disorder)- worrying about everything and anything
OCD- Anxiety disorder characterized by repetitive unwanted disturbing thoughts
or actions. Obsessive compulsion di
1. EXAM 1 ON MONDAY (MATCHING, TRUE OR FALSE, MUTIPLE
CHOICE, 60 QUESTIONS, DO NOT ONLY ASK FOR DEFINITIONS BUT
The retention of information, or experience over time. Involves three processes: encoding
Overall capacity to think rationally, to act purposefully and to deal effectively with the
environment. Abstract thinking, ability to problem solve, acquire knowledge and adapt
Good tests of all
Psych 101 2/16/16 class 8
Learning- A relatively permanent change in behavior that results from
Habituation Most basic form of learning and is a gradual decline in a strength of
response to some sort of repeated stimulus.
Psych 101 (2/17/16)
Operant Conditioning (instrumental conditioning)
Emit is the verb used for this.
Same as instrumental because the subject helps in getting the
Stimulus response learning
BF Skinner is associated primarily.
Psych 101 Class 1 notes (1/23/16)
Psychology Definition- The scientific study of behavior and mental
*comes from psych (mind) and logos (study of).
Uses systematic science to draw behavior and conclusions.
How is psychology different from other
1. STRESS DEFINITIONS AND ETC.
A. Non Specific response of the body to any demand placed upon it (Hans Selyi).
Stress is simply the combination of a stressor and stress reactivity (Gerald
The whole process in which we percei
1. COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
Cognition- Mentally processing information.
Thinking- Manipulating information mentally. An internal representation of a
Ex: Review in your mind that by the end of the day you have things to do. Whe
1. RESEARCH PAPER
2. EXAM 2
April 6 wed
A. Intrinsic motivation
The desire to engage in tasks that are inherently satisfying and enjoyable and are
novel or difficult.
B. Extrinsic motivation
Psych 0101 Class 4 (2/3/16) Notes from 2nd class-present
Structuralism- Wilhelm Wundt and Edward Titchener focused on
structure of the mind.
*Research strategy was introspection, which was Subject to bias.
Goals of Structuralism1. Analyze conscious proces