PSY 242-02 (5994)
Dr. Michele Galietta
524 59th St., Office New Building Rm. 10.65.05
Mondays & Wednesdays, 9:25 am-10:40 am Room L2.84
John Jay Colle
Dr. Michele Galietta
September 14, 2016
The United States Public Heath Service today, is defined as, a passion for public
service by dedicated individuals to essentially fill public heath, clinical, and leadership
PROFESSOR KONSTANTINOS ARDAVANIS
Nationalism is an ideology
(belief system) which
claims supreme loyalty
from individuals for the
nation and the state that
Culture and nationalism
have been h
1.Differentiate between correlational
& experimental research
II. Summarize how to design an
III. Describe how to evaluate
The Research Process
Social Influence &
I. Identify categories of social influence
II. Recognize the role of norms and groups in shaping
III. Explain how leaders guide group behavior
Inmate Juan Rivera is a 25 year old Puerto Rican male who recently transferred to this
facility from a Medium Security prison for disciplinary reasons (he received an incident
report for fighting with another inmate, which was thought to be gang related
Describe the role biological and environmental factors play in the development of criminal
Perhaps one of the most fundamental studies influencing scientific opinions of nature vs.
nurture would be a study done comparing monozygotic versus dyz
Handout / What Is Abnormal?
After each of the descriptions below place an A (for abnormal) or an N (for normal) based on
your analysis of each person.
Then, prepare a brief rationale/ explanation/ justification for the mark that you assigned to each
Week 5: Approaches to Classification and Assessment in the DSMs
Notes and Activities
As you will recall from the conclusion of the Notes for Week 4, students were asked to prepare
As an introduction to some of the diagnostic is
What is it?
What does it do?
A complex system made
up of specialized cells
Receive and transmit
different parts of the body
The Human Brain
Introduction to Cognitive Psychology
What is Cognitive Psychology?
The branch of psychology that studies mental
processes (i.e., cognition)
It is related to other disciplines such as
neuroscience, linguistics and philosophy
The Complexity of Co
Exam Review 4
What is a Problem?
An obstacle between a present state and a goal
Not immediately obvious how to get around the obstacle
Others do not have a definite correct answer and there is no clear path to get to it
Two Types of Problems:
Exam 3 Review
Adaptive control of thought (ACT) model of memory- A theory of memory
developed by John Anderson that specifies a networked memory comprised of
working memory, declarativea memory, and procedural memory.
How are the pro
Attention Hypothesis of Automatization: The proposal that attention is needed during
the learning phase of a new task.
Attentional Capture: A phenomenon in which certain stimuli seem to pop out and
require a person to shift cognitive resources a
Chapter 9- Language Test
Structure of Language
Phonemes: the sound of a language
Morphemes: the small meaningful units
Syntax: rules for putting sentences together
Semantics: rules for associating meaning with sentences
Pragmatics: the social assumption o
35 40 questions
Theoretical influences in Cognitive Psych- all different schools of
Locke- British philosopher and one of the first empiricists.
Empiricists- acknowledge genes, focus on learning
Nativism- (Heredity and biology) emph
Chapter 8- Visual Imagery and Spatial Cognition
Understanding Visual Imagery
How do pictures in your head that you create by imagining an object
compare to the experience you have when you see the actual object?
What happens in your brain when you cre
GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER:
and Primary Care
Sponsored by the
Anxiety Disorders Association of America
Supported by an unrestricted
educational grant from P
PSY 370-01/LAW 370-01, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Non-exhaustive Final Exam Review
Limited parts of Chapter 1: What is Psychology and Law?
What is Forensic Psychology?
the use of psychological knowledge or research methods to advis
Psychology & Law 370-01
Mid Term Review
1. Child Custodya. best interest of the child
2. Juvenile Justice System/Transfera. Juvenile Transfer
i. Mandatory Waiver Law 15
The juvenile court must waive jurisdiction and transfer the defendant
PSY/LAW 370-02 Spring 2016
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY
Non-exhaustive Midterm Exam Review, Dr. Jennifer Dysart
Chapter 1: What is Psychology and Law?
What is Forensic Psychology?
Ways that Psychologists can influence the legal system
1. Susie is depressed and anxious. At the urging of the counselor, Susie was able to commit
to a brief course of counseling (5 sessions). What DBT and/or CBT concepts would you
Dialectical behavior therapy or DBT was originally developed to tre
Freud theory analysis by colin mcginn
Mcginn is a british Philosopher and is best known for his work in the philosophy of mind, and in
particular for what is known as new mysterianism which means the idea that the human mind is
not equipped to solve the p
The New Asylums
1) What are the most frequent systems among the inmates?
Prisons have become new asylums, new state mental hospitals state facilities.
Inmates are Schizophrenic, Paranoid and Psychotic. 25-30% have chronic mentally
illness. Many may become
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Mental Health Law Along the Shades of Gray
Continuum I . .
Mental Health Care In the Justice Syste
Extraordinary People: Greg Bottoms. . ' 3
Angemead Chapter Integration
Civil Commitmem Shades