He said that we should read the textbook because the next tests will be more evenly
mixed between lecture material and the textbook.
Inhibitory Pavlovian Conditioning
Predicting the absence of the US
Being able to predict the occurrence of avers
Typed up lecture 1 (posted on my courses)
Why Study Learning?
Many animal species, including humans, rely on learning for their survival
What makes you/others tick?
Is it possible to change your behavior?
3. Sucrose (sugar) pellets serve to satisfy an innate drive, because of this
a. they are always CSs.
b. they are always USs
c. they are sometimes CSs and sometimes USs
d. they are always URs
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4. A rat is gi
RUNINNG HEADER: CHAPTER 3: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Chapter 3: Human Development
CHAPTER 3: HUMAN DEVELOPMENT
Chapter 3: Human Development
Human development is a complex topic, it talks about how ordinary pe
Suggestions About How to Study
Particularly following the first exam, students often ask about how to study for
this class. There is no reason to wait until that time to become concerned about study
techniques. Here are a few suggestions from the publishe
Experiment Requirement Instructions
1. Start by going to the Psychology Department Website:
2. From the list on the left-hand side of the page, click on the link for Undergraduate Program.
Psychology 301: Spring 2016
This is being offered as a reading guide. A targeted review sheet will come later.
Anxiety and Related Disorders
1. How does your text define anxiety?
2. What is the distinction between beneficial and disordered anxiety?
Crash Course Psychology:
Quick ten minute lectures that will give you a general overview of the material in
each section. I reco
Discussion 1 week 2
Psyc 6215 Walden University
I am choosing my fictional character to be Dexter Morgan a forensic technician specializing in
blood spatter pattern analysis for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department, wh
Jacqueline Vela heard someone crying, she told KPRC-TV, an affiliate in Houston.
So, the 22-year-old ran upstairs.
That, she says, is where she found her younger sister.
And I looked in her room and shes against the wall and she has a gun pointed at
Our transition from childhood to adult hood is through the same route in everyone;
puberty. This change begins to happen around the ages of 8 or 9 and last a few years and are
highly noticeable like tremendous gain in body size. If we look at a Mexican Am
Discussion 2 week 2
I chose Dexter Morgan from the hit series Dexter In the TV series, Dexter is a forensic
blood spatter analyst who works for the fictitious Miami-Metro Police Department. In his spare
The person who I am going to choose was an American politician and lawyer who served as the
16th President of the United States from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865.
Lincoln led the United States through its Civil War its bloodiest war an
The important milestone I chose was its first words, this happens when the child is
around 12 months old. This is when infants began to understand the meaning of the word. Before
this important milestone the baby was communicating through preverbal gestur
Week 4 discussion 1
The genetic influence I am selecting is mutations. Mutations are a sudden change in a segment of
DNA Berk (2016). This sudden change in the DNA leads to mutations being presented in the
1. The world-renowned physicist Stephen Hawking stated that which of the following
should describe a large class of observations and accurately predict the results of
2. Coordination sh
Methods that measure the strength of a stimulus and the observer's sensitivity to the stimulus are called:
Dorsal is to ventral as:
up is to down.
Olfaction and gustation: respond to the molecular structure of substances
In very l
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1. Fitts' Law specifies that performance will show a speed-accuracy trade-off in a rapid
manual aiming task according to the relationship between which two characteristics
of the task?
A. Distance to move and target
B. Distance to move and movement
1. Which of the following movement characteristics is influenced by tactile sensory
A. Limb spatial
B. Accuracy of grasping an
C. Arm movement
2. The neural receptors in the skin that detect tacti
1. The nerve fiber that transmits information from the neuron is known as the
2. Motor neurons are also called
3. The type o
learning- experience that results in a relatively permanent change in state of learner
conscious (deliberate) or unconscious
classical conditioning: when neutral stimulus evokes response after being paired with
stimulus that naturally evokes a response
Emotion- a state of arousal involving changes in body, all shaped by cultural rules
functions: fight or flight, communicate, help regulate relationships
crying when sad, smile when happy
2 people can process
developmental psychology- study of continuity and change across the lifespan
prenatal environment, infancy, childhood, adolescence, adulthood
prenatal stage: from conception to birth
germinal stage- conception to first 2 weeks
Consciousness- the persons subjective experience of the world and the mind
difficult to study in others (assume other humans minds are similar to ours, our green =
someone elses green)
mind-body connection exists, but extent and mechanism are still bein
Personality- distinctive pattern of behaving, etc that characterize an individual over time and
across different situations
Freud: psychodynamic approach- personality is outcome of childhood experiences and
shaped by unconscious processes
STructure of mi
Voodoo deathStress- physical and psych response to internal or external stressors
stressors: specific events or pressures that place demands on person or threaten
chronic stressors- source of stress that occurs continuously or