Module 57: Antisocial Relations Prejudice Prejudice: an unjustifiable (usually negative) attitude toward a group and its members. - a mixture of beliefs (stereotypes), emotions (hostility, envy, fear), and predispositions to action (discriminate). Stereot
Professor Farnsworth misplaced his tablet and begins to retrace his steps by mentally picturing each place he
visited since he left "Planet Express". What component of his working memory allows Professor Farnsworth to
June 18th, 2013
Test #2 is done! Test #3 is on July 9th
We start Chapter 8 Memory
Three memory processes
Three levels of memory
Different types of memory
Question 1 (1 point)
The voltage at a receptor site has just changed from -65 millivolts to -62 millivolts as a result of an _
and will _ .
Question 1 options:
excitatory post-synaptic potential; increase the likelihood of an action potential
To whom do people turn for help with psychological difficulties? Community mental health specialists provide the largest outpatient psychotherapy.
Within psychotherapies co
1 / 1 point
Professor Farnsworth's ability to "juggle" information in working memory in order to reason and make
decisions is handled by which component of his working memory?
Phonological rehearsal loop
Module 44: The Psychoanalytic Perspective (Personality) *[Freud] = ideas by Freud Personality: an individuals characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. The Psychoanalytic Perspective Exploring the Unconscious Free association: in psychoanal
Introductory to the History and Science of Psychology
Psychology is the scientific study of behaviour and mental processes.
Scientific - We test our hunches and intuitions careful observations and rigours analysis
Behaviour - Anything we do observable phe
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Module 6 The Cerebral Cortex and Our Divided Brain
Glial cells cell in the nervous system that supports, nourishes and protect neurons
What functions are served by the various cerebral cortex regions?
In each hemisphere the cerebral cortex has four lobe
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Online Test #3
The social-cognitive perspective suggests that the best way to predict a political
candidates performance effectiveness after an election is to assess that individuals
past performance in situations involving similar respons
1. Because she mistakenly thought she was much closer to the mountain than she actually
was, Fiona perceived the mountain to be _ than it actually was.
C) more richly colorful
2. Young children tend to draw human figures in
Residents of urban ghettos are especially likely to experience:
enlargement of the thymus gland.
shrinkage of the adrenal cortex.
the proliferation of lymphocytes.
A rewarding consequence of cigarette smoking
Test Bank II
Perspectives on Psychological Disorders (pp. 532-538)
Identify the criteria for judging whether behavior is psychologica
Test Bank II
Thinking Critically With
Thinking Critically With Psychological
The Need for Psychological Science (pp. 13-20)
Describe the hindsight bias
*Please note: These questions will prepare you for the style of the midterm questions and for
material from the textbook or material that was covered both in the textbook and lecture. They
do not cover material that was exclusively cove
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Chapter 3: The Nature and Nurture of Behavior - Exam 1
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1. At 1:00 a.m, Luis gets out of bed and begins to sleepwalk. An EEG of his brain activity is most likely to indicate
the presence of: D) delta waves.
2. When comparing women's day-to-day self-reports of their moods with their later recall of these same d
Sensation & Perception
Information comes in through our senses
Our brains interpret this information
You LOOK with your eyes - You SEE with your
Organs translate stimuli into nerve impulses
Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
Next Week is your last Test!
Same format.of course.will cover :
Slides posted on Chapter 11
Chapter 13 - Behaviour in a Social Context
Chapter 14 - Personality (Slides only!)
Introduction to Psychology
First Day of Class
Contact information and
list of TAs
History of Psychology
Ill stick around to
Then see you next
Tuesday July 9th, 2013
Test #3 is done!
Only one more test to go.
Test #4 is on the last day of class - July 23rd
Test #4 is on.what?
According to the schedule I will be teaching 5
Chapters by the end of next clas
6.1 Classical Conditioning: Learning by Association
o learning: a process by which behavior or knowledge changes as a result of experience
o cognitive learning includes tasks such as reading, listening, and taking tes
Tuesday, May 21st, 2013
First Test is next week
40 M.C. questions
Chapters 1 - 4
Length of time: 1.5 hours
Preparation for Midterm
Read the text book!
Lectures dont cover everything, but you
PSYCH - 101
relatively enduring ways of thinking, feeling, and acting
1. Identity - you are like no one else
2. Internal Causes - its inside you, not in the environment
3. Organized - the pattern fits together, has
Psychology Review lecture notes
Ways to reduce Bias
Weighing the Risks and Benefits of Research
Building Research Design and Ethics: In the News.
Ways to reduce Bias
Properly informing people and trying to ma
PSYCH 101- Lecture 1
Coldplay the scientist
Psychology at one point was about how behave and look at how people think;
cant study there actual thoughts; is what people think
And what people feel is going to be the more deeper and abstract of what the
Patterns of thoughts, feelings, or actions that are deviant, distressful and dysfunctional
Deviant Unusual in some way
Personal distress negatively affecting individual
Maladaptive behavior hurting individual or others
Personality Tests To Take Before Personality Lecture Monday Nov 14 or Tues Nov 15
You will get more out of the class and have more fun if you take these tests and record your scores
before our Personality lecture later this week. You will not be handing t
Fill Out This Scale for Yourself we will take it up in class. You will not hand it in!
0-not at all like me
1- slightly like me
2- somewhat like me
3 quite like me
1. _2_I like to be with people.
2. _3_I usually seem to be in a hurry.
3. _2_I am easily fr