Practice exam 1
Which of the following is NOT found in the hindbrain?
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The _ is a hindbrain structure associated with movement, coordination,
Psychology - Albright
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Psychology 1OO1 - Albright
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DEPARTMENT OF PSYCHOLOGY
PSY 1001 Spring 2012
Tuesday / Thursday
Prof. Glenn Albright
Glenn.Albright@Baruch.cuny.edu [please include PSY1001 in your subject line]
What is I/O Psychology?
Industrial Psychology Focused on the technical aspects of managing human resources.
Organizational Psychology Focused on the people issues in organizations.
A formal procedure for defining a job in terms of t
Psychologist PhD (therapy and research) or PsyD.(therapy only)
Psychiatrist MD (prescribe drugs and admit you to a hospital)
Psychotherapist anyone in the helping profession.
Psychotherapies different models of scho
Psychopathology Study of disease in the mind.
Psychotic Disorders Break with reality.
- NYC = 100,000 with it, worldwide population 1%, 1:100.
1) Delusions false images.
Grandeur: False with beliefs.
Development The study of change over the entire life span.
Piaget Studied cognitive development. Break down to 4 stages.
12 months first step and first word.
The coordination of muscles, the way their
Chapter 13: Personality
Personality study of those characteristics that define us and are enduring.
Psychoanalytic Personality Theory
- Freud: unconscious.
- Everyones personality has three components.
a. ID unconscious.
Operates on the pleasure pr
Visual Perception & Sensation
Sensation Study of how our senses transform physical stimuli to usable neural codes.
Perception How the brain organizes sensory information so you can understand your sensory world.
How we are able to dete
First receives information from sense organs or other neurons, generating a nerve impulse
Receive incoming messages from other neurons. (Chemical or Electrical)
The cell body of the neuron
Synaptic Cleft : Gap b/w neurons
Fatty substance wrapped
Chapter 2 (PSY) B.F. Skinner (Behavior): Science is Cumulative: Science progresses and advances building on itself the way humanities doesn't Process more than a product: A process of gaining knowledge and open to medication Attitude: 1) Question Authorit
Chapter 1 (PSY)
Psychology: the scientific study of thought and behavior. Practice of diagnosing and treating mental illness, social science, & biological science Cognitive psychology: the study of how people perceive, remember, think, speak, and solve pr
PSYCHOLOGY August 29, 2007 Lecture #1 History of Psychology
PSYCH ^ -Psyche -Mind
OLOGY ^ -Study of
WHAT? The scientific study of behavior and mental processes Behavior Mind -observable actions of a person or animal
HOW? Scientific Method Quantif
PSYCHOLOGY September 5, 2007 Lecture #2 Professor Sitt The Scientific Method (Pt 1) -how scientists figure out about disorders -how do we learn about human behavior in the workplace -think about questions from more than one perspective, team of peopl