- we use to give objects a soul
- we view stuff as physical act while before, people viewed objects as soul
- reinnade carte- he was a genius, he had trouble fitting in with normal life, he had a lot
of psychological issues, there was one time, he had a n
- psychology, early on, before it existed, philosophy thought we were half biological ma chine or fully biological science
- humans were exceptions where we were spiritual beings in a material world, so we
were immune to science
- as humans began to think
- impact freud had on psychology as it was developing, upon his birth. there was al ways this struggle that psychologies did to try to become scientists.
- sigmund freud is a doctor, was trained as a doctor, he used the medical model.
- if you go to the d
- emphasizing the positive aspects of human aspects that they are creative, empathetic,
skills and behaviors that we dont see in other animals, averrable
- its about how did those avverarable behivaors emerge? and do they make us spcial
somehow as humans?
- how do you explain a good experiment?
- notion of a variable
- a variable is anything that can take on multiple values
- like eye color where there is green, brown, blue. and tons of different shades of brown
- they can take on multiple val
rough general notion of stats
- reliability: the idea of the elastic band ruler, that it would be unrealiable. if you meas ure his height repeatedly with that ruler. you will not be precisely on. precision really
relies on reliable too
- a reliable instru
- subjects should not be coerced to participate
- examiners should never be in your face
- ethical principle: nobody is suppose to come to your face and ask you to directly do
something that people may or may not want to do. its too coercive