Why is the Penis Shaped Like That?
Life is like a penis; simple, soft, straight, relaxed, and hangs freely. Then, people make it
hard, (Unknown). This quote relates to some things stated in this book.
TEST 2: Descartes-mind-body dualism. Reflex arcs. Have self-knowledge about
Boring: Wrote the first Hist. of experimental Psych book.
Gustav Fechner-thought he had solved the mind/body prob.
Wundt- Experimental psychology. Introspection. Tradit
TEST 2: Descartes-mind-body dualism. Reflex arcs.
Have self-knowledge about ourselves.
Boring: Wrote the first Hist. of experimental Psych
Gustav Fechner-thought he had solved the
Wundt- Experimental psychology. Introspection.
Similarities to Wundt: introspection, mind is a structure, generalized mind not ind. diff.; Differences from
Wundt: Wundt believed in the active will & volkerpsychology (peoples psychology); Titchener had a
narrow view of Wundt.
Dorthea Dix-mental hospital reform
Beers- former mental patient. Contacted James about a book. said mental health can be cured through
education and care.
Witmer- founder of clinical & school of psych. Started the first journal of clinic and school. Worke
Homework Assignment 1
Go Ask Alice
Question 1: Scat playis eating feces safe?
Answer 1: Coprophagia, or the practice of eating your own/someone elses feces, may give new
meaning to the term sexual appetite. Coprop
Study Guide Fall 2014
Psych 331 Test 2
(Chapters 5 and 6)
Organizing versus activating of hormones
Organizing effects occur during birth. This helps determine male and female. Sex
determination is the 23rd chromosome. All eggs have an X chromosome and sp
Study Guide Test 4
Answers to questions in class
Effects of marijuana on sperm.
Marijuana lowers sperm count.
It also has an effect on sperm health.
Effect of Ecstasy on vaginal lubrication.
It can cause dehydration.
No evidence t
Safe Zone Training Part 1
On September 25th, I attended the safe zone training part one event, and I have to say that
it was extremely eye opening and powerful. We started off with an activity, in whi
Classical conditioning used to not have a mind (Watson) and now does have a mind
Methalogical— observable behavior
Watson’s 3 instincts: loud noise—fear/ sensory pleasure—love/ restriction—rage
Was there behaviorism revolution? Dr. He