CORRELATIONAL VERSUS EXPERIMENTAL RESEARCH
The first scenario I am going to describe on correlational research is the ice cream
truck, as we are all aware the ice cream truck makes a jingle when its going around
Attitudes and Cognitive Dissonance
August 12, 2015
To me cognitive dissonance is when people have two very different opinions and
attitudes about the exact same idea or situation.
Over the course of my life I am certain there have been nume
I. Studying Psychological Disorders
A. Abnormal Behavior
1. deviance behaviors going against social norms
2. dysfunction interferes with daily function
3. distress causes stress
4. danger may cause harm to self or others
B. Explaining abnormali
Chapter 1: PY3150
I) Introduction into Psychology
A) Define psychology
i) Scientific study of mental process and behaviors.
i) observable actions
b) mental process
ii) internal experiences that cannot be directly observed.
II) Motivation and Behavior
A. Hunger and Eating
a. receptor detect levels of nutrients
b. pressure receptors indicate emptiness and fullness
a. a large number of biochemical
(Neurotransmitters, hormones, enzymes, and other chem
Heart Health and
By: Jennifer Hicks
June 23, 2015
What is Heart Disease
According to the Mayo Clinic Heart
Disease is defined as: Any disease
under the heart umbrella.
The Heart Changes As We
Heart valves may become leaky
Heart muscle deteri
REM and Stages of Sleep
July 15, 2015
In these images kitten A is in Non-Rapid Eye Movement(NREM) sleep, and kitten
B is in Rapid Eye Movement Sleep(REM).
There are said to be four stages of sleep, three of those are thought to be a part
Helen Keller born June 27, 1880 was a healthy infant, as a matter of fact it is said
in her biography that she was talking by six months of age and walking by one year old.
However at the young age of eighteen months things took a devastating turn for thi