De ne these terms:
Situational attributions: attributions that explain someones behavior in terms of the circumstances rather than aspects of the person
Dispositional attributions: attributions that explain someones behavior in terms o
Chapter 10: Internationalization and Indigenization of
Psychology After World War II
Internationalization and Indigenization
Back Story: Western Psychology in Non-Western Settings
Lets also consider the longer history.
Inclusiveness, Identity, and Conflict in
Late 20th-Century American
Toward an Inclusive Psychology
Training Psychologists to Serve Ethnic Minority
Psychologists and the Community
A Question of
What would it look like.?
If the History of Psychology were taught from
the perspective of psychologists other than
White American experimental psychologists?
The typical approach to History of
Psychology involves focusing on
Great Men & Great Ideas
Chi-Square (2) test for
Goodness of Fit
Lecture 14: 1
Parametric vs Nonparametric
Parametric statistics are used to
test hypotheses about population
There are usu
Brain, Behavior, and Cognition since
The Return of the Mind
Neuropsychology of Cognition and Memory
How Does Memory Work?
Minds and Machines
Computations and Computers
Toward the Machine-as-Brain Metapho
See blackboard for:
Syllabus & updates, Research
Lecture notes (posted after class)
The Study of Development
Central issues of development
How theories guide observation
Reliability & validity
Sources of b
1. Define lifespan development.
a. Lifespan development examines patterns of growth, change, and stability in
behavior throughout the lifespan
2. What is cephalocaudal pattern of development? Proximodistal?
Cephalocaudal Pattern: That the growth follow
Humanistic approach to cognition
o Humanistic approach to cognition
What we learn
How we acquire knowledge
How we construct self and the world
All the result of our participation in social arena
o Dorthy Dinnerstein- 7 features of human cognition
Physical Growth and Aging Across
the Life Span
1, 2, 3Go!
LO1 What physical changes are typical of the major
periods of human development, and what factors influence
Statistics for Psychology
Regression & Prediction
Scatterplot for regression
Finding the best fitting line
Least Squares method
Standard error of estimate
Two Predictor Variables
>De ne the following terms:
proximal stimulus: the energies from the outside world that directly reach our sense organs
distal stimulus: an object or event in the outside world
retinal image/retinal image size: the image of an object that is pr
De ne these terms.
Most of these are covered in the te book; for the few that are n , make sure your de nition is relevant.
analogical representation: an idea that shares some of the actual characteristi of the object it represents
De ne the terms acquisition, storage and retrieval
Acquisition: the cognitive process of acquiring skill or knowledge
Storage: the retention of encoded information over time.
Retrieval: the process in which information in your memory can be reca
Review the major events in physical growth of humans from conception to adulthood.
1. De ne chromosomes and genes.
Chromosomes: structures in the nucleus of each cell that contain the genes, the units of hereditary transmission; a human cell
Probing the Mysteries of the Human Mind
V.S. Ramachandran, M.D., Ph.D., and Sandra Blakeslee
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To my father, Subramanian
To my brother, Ravi
To Diane, Mani and Jayakrishna
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APPROACH TO HAND
Piain-films of the hand or wrist should be obtained
when a patient presents with a soft tissue injury
suggestive of fracture or an occult foreign body.
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Anatomical Terms Worksheet
Anelon'ricai Terms Study Guide
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