Review Sheet for PSYCH 210
You will need a bluebook for the Exam. It is all Essay.
Three Essay questions and you pick which 2 you want to write about.
They will have sub-questions (worth 5-6 points each - know the term of each
subcategory, the defi
Pysch 210 Whats behind the research key terms
refers tot he historical roots of a theory (exL environment is responsible for
friend's rude behavior)
Ironically adopted metaphysics. however,
Determining the cause
Pioneers of Psychology: Key Terms
Surgically removing parts of animal brains to see the consequence.
The minimum intensity of a stimulus that is perceivable at all
Descartes' "Cartesian coordinates." His g
Psychology 210 Exam 1 Study Guide
Allegory of the Cave
-people living in a cave, bound to the cave so they can only see the back wall
of the cave, behind them is a wall and human like creatures are holding
figures above that wall with a fire behind them,
Pysch 210 Final Exam Key Terms
you're living, but you know you're going to die.there is no reason to life.a
sense of purposelessness
Notion that all our complex ideas are built up of simple sensations
All that is, a
History of Psychology
22 April 2015
Understanding Text and Implication Paper
1. a. Heft assumes that the individual, and especially the mind, cannot exist without
reference to the whole, or thei
Please read the instructions carefully:
Select up to 70 points worth of items from the ontology and epistemology
sections, and up to 30 points worth of items from the cause, reasoning, and unification
sections. Answer those questions to the best of your a
1. According to the James-Lange theory of emotion, emotion:
is the cause of the bodily changes associated with outward expression
is the consequence of bodily changes associated with outward expression
Explain Humes conditions of causality, the problem of necessary conjunction, and
psychologys tendency to overemphasize antecedence.
To prove cause and effect, Hume says you must have these four things.
Theyre close togeth
Be prepared to address the relationship of technology and ethics. Know the strengths
and limitations of utilitarian and deontological ethics. Explain how ethics is connected to
relationship and understand the importance of relational preference and
The Assumptions of Science Response
1. Heiman mentions some of the assumptions of science explicitly. He makes other
assumptions, which are implicit rather than spelled out. What are some of these
assumptions that Heiman is making? What are the implicatio
Describe each of the major theories in psychology, where applicable, the
contribution of one of the key figures in that theory, and the assumptions and
implications of each approach.
A guy wants to take a girl on a date. Why does he open her
3. Know the strengths and limitations of a scientific study of human behavior
Compare and contrast science, scientific method, and scientism.
Science:Humility (to make conclusions that the data is incomplete or didnt fulfill
its purpose - being able to
2. Know and be prepared to describe and apply to real world examples each of the
major forms of reduction. Know the implications of these reductions, especially for
human agency and meaning. Again, where possible, be familiar with at least one
QUESTION 4: Compare and contrast naturalism and theism and be prepared to
describe the naturalistic tenets of Darwins theory of evolution and their implications for
Naturalism: Darwin was a naturalist - he wanted to understand everything
Psych 220 Pioneers of Psychology Key Players
Anton van Leeuwenhoek
(1632-1725) Developed the modern microscope.
(384-322 BC) Greek philosopher [theory that the earth was the center of the
(1632-1677) Philosopher in