(Critique paper #3: Smoking. Talk about the methods and is it
good science or not! Not a summary)
Chapter 14:The Troubled Mind (Psychological disorders)
Everyone suffer from depression. It is part of the human nature
to feel that way at
Nature vs Nurture. Genetics and things you were born with or does society affect
our behavior and the experiments we had in our life span.
Its actually a mix of the 2.
Nature: Contributions of genetic inheritance.
Exam 3 notes:
Chapter 12: The Individual Mind.
What is personality?
Introverted: Going to a party and be quite and shy.
Extroverted: Lively outgoing and can talk in any social event
Or you might act based on the situation. does p
Chapter 13: The Social Psychology
Interacting with others. Thoughts, feelings, behaviors, and attitudes are
influenced by the presence of others.
-Power of the situation.
Social rejection can be hurtful. When ppl are excluded they feel left
The science of Mind
Psychology: the study of the mind or the soul.
Goal of psychology: understand, predict, or control human behavior.
Roots of psychology:
Questions posed by philosophy
Methods borrowed from the physical
Mental illness: chain people up to walls
Also believed people to have mental illness if didnt agree with politics
Evil demons in head
Drill hole in head to allow the demons to escape
Prayer study on blac
how does 2 yr old view world vs. 8 yr old etc teenager
Dr. Jean Piaget: not continuous= it is in stages
1st stage: new born- age 2 (sensormotor stage)
o exploring moving around
1. Goal of psychology
c. Control behavior
2. Psychology roots
b. Physical sciences
3. Philosophy depends on
4. Natural sciences
a. Depend on real sciences
5. Skull measure
C10 THE THINKING MIND
Tuskegee Experiment: Test the effect of Syphillus on people. In 1942, there was no cure. They
wanted to see the effects on 40 men in rural Alabama. In the 50s, when the cure came out, the
participants werent aware that the cu
CH 12 THE INDIVIDUAL MIND
What is personality? Science of personality explores: Individual characteristics, patterns of
thinking, feeling, and behavior
A set of characteristics that a person or individual presents over time and situations
Personality is f
EXAM 2 REVIEW: THINGS U NEED TO KNOW
Chapter 10 and 11
1. If you remember the thing where it had two dots and babies looking for faces for the
2. Know the marshmallow test
3. Ericksons theory for the next few questions
4. I would know whether newb
Attachment and Therapy:
internal working models
secure base/ safe haven
i have self worth, value, the world is a safe place for me, i can go out and do things, you can go
out and explore the world around u and ur secure base/safe haven person i
CH 11 THE DEVELOPING MIND
Do Men Die Younger? - Article Critique due Friday
Our genes and environment are based off what we learned as a child.
Delayed gratification is when you have to wait to get something.
Marshmallow test: Kids who were able to wait a
CH. 15 HEALING THE TROUBLED MIND
trepanation: if you saw someone with schizophrenia 100 years ago, you would consider
using trepanation to release
insane asylum (pay a penny to see the mentally ill)
a room with a hole where people stuck their h
Probability and Set Theory- REVIEW
For Problems 16, write each statement in set notation. Use the
descriptions of the sets to the right to complete each statement.
1. the intersection of sets A and B
2. the complement of
The standard deviation is used to tell how far on average any data point is
from the mean. The smaller the standard deviation, he closer the scores are
on average to the mean. When the standard deviati
TURNING YOUR ESSAY
INTO A SPEECH
ADVICE AND TIPS
JFKS INAUGURAL ADDRE
PA C K E T
TEMPLATE FOR SPEECH OUTLINE:
Introduce yourself (be unique; grab attention; dont
bore us to death)
Introduce your issue and your inspiration for that issue.
Relate to t
Chapter 5: States of Consciousness
Testing your knowledge of idioms and other
Here are some more American idioms, words used with figurative
meanings, and other vocabulary items that you may not be familiar
with. Match each item in column A wit
on Indian Land
Discovery of gold
Slaughter of the buffalo
May 10, 1869 at Promontory, Utah
Independent and Dependent
For independent events, the outcome of
one event does not affect the other event.
The probability of two independent events
can be found by multiplying the probability
of the first event by the proba
2 types of mixtures
Heterogeneous not evenly mixed throughout, can be easily separated
into individual substances.
Ex. Trail Mix
Homogenous particles/ substances are evenly spread throughout
Homogeneous Vs. Heterogeneous
1. Flat soda pop
Review: Unit 1 - Normal Distribution
U1 D4 c/w
What is the total area under the normal curve?
Draw two normal curves that have the same mean but different standard deviations. Describe the
similarities and differences
Draw two normal curves that ha
CALCULATING STANDARD DEVIATION
The standard deviation is used to tell how far on average any data point is from the mean. The smaller the standard
deviation, the closer the scores are on average to the mean. When the standard deviation is large,
Chapter 1 Study Guide
7. Many critics argue that behaviorism is a one-dimensional approach to understanding human
behavior. They suggest that behavioral theories do not account for free will and internal
Normal Distribution Practice/Review
1. Draw two normal curves that have the same mean, but different standard deviations. Describe the similarities and
They are centered around the same point (highest point in the middle), but they ha
T=Teacher Observation C=Class
O=Other Appropriate Method (Explain)
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The Science of Mind
WHAT IS PSYCHOLOGY?
WHAT ARE PSYCHOLOGYS ROOTS?
HOW DID THE SCIENCE OF PSYCHOLOGY BEGIN?
WHAT ARE PSYCHOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVES?
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO BEA PSYCHOLOGIST
Psychology- the study of the mind
Introspection- personal observation