Self knowledge is required for willed action( agency)
Is selfhood scalar
What if dont understand the reasons upon which I act?
What business then do I have with men, that they should hear my confessions
Lewis' "Truth in Fiction" and Literary Possibilities
In his 1978 work, "Truth in Fiction," David Lewis addresses the problem of determining the truth
value of statements in a work of fiction by using a system of possible worlds. This may seem a
VISION: BECOME YOURSELF1
Claires aims to inspire girls and women around the world to become their best selves by providing products and
experiences that empower them to express their own unique individual styles. Our brands and environme
In the first psychosocial stage(0-1), the oral-sensory stage, the subject has developed
trust by being attached to his parents. The important aspect in gaining this trust is that the parents
exemplify care and trust into the subject which
SIMAC: Intel Case
-The reputation of the company at stake when theres a lawsuit is involved.
-Could lose their stake in the market if reputation is badly damaged enough
-Unaware that I
Within Maslows hierarchy of needs, the subject currently falls within the stage of
esteem. Specifically, the subject experiences various forms of self-esteem issues, inferiority form
others, and a lack of motivation. In observing the subject,he
Charles Taylor defines man as a self-interpreting animal, a being who exists only in selfinterpretation, who comes to know itself, bringing all of its knowledge to its self, meaning,
humans are subjects of experience. What we learn or know of objects is b
In developing the constructs, some of the examples Ive used were male-female, relatednon-related, shy-confident, glasses-no glasses, and alpha-beta. Furthermore, Supraordinate
constructs are as follows, shy-confident, male-female, and related-non-r
In Skinners Theory regarding learning, he focuses on behavior analysis and the idea of
reinforcement. Skinner sees that human behavior responds reinforcement to be motivated.
Furthermore, Skinner overlooks the implicit state and instead
How are we able to interpret fictions?
-how do we do this cognitively?
-how do we know what to take as true, what to ignore, what to import, etc?
Why do we want to participate in fictions?
-what is the psychological bond we feel towards fictions?
Test #3 Questions
Answer each of the three questions below. Your answer to each question
should be approximately 1-2 typed pages. Your goal should be to write a
concise, coherent, and original answer that addresses all aspects of the
question. An original
Men and Women: Opposites or Not?
It is no secret that the world we live in is divided by numerous classifications-by
countries, states, cities, by ethnicity, religion, economic class, and arguably the most preva
The Wizards of Wall Street (Michael Baliteri failed to enter the sell order correctly):
Michael Baliteri, a trader at Salomon Company was instructed by a senior manager to
enter a buy sell order before the close of day. The slip stated to process a sel
Good luck everyone!
- dyadic adjustment: how well couples communicate and manage conflict
- Love is a concept that doesnt predict the quality or prediction/duration of the
relationship, when talking about relationships, forget about it.
Question 1 (1 point)
The key structural components of neurons are
Question 1 options:
cell body, dendrites, and transmitters.
axon, dendrites, and modules.
cell body, dendrites, and axon.
transmitters, dendrites, and axon.
Question 2 (1 point)
Study Guide for PSY 332 Midterm #2
Be familiar with:
Primacy and Recency Effects and the Serial Position curve
Recency Effect: STM
Primacy Effect: LTM
Longer intervals between words allows for more rehearsal and better LTM
Study Guide for PSY 332 Midterm #1
Be familiar with the followingHow the neuronal signal picks up information from the outside world and communicates that to the
central nervous system, and what myelin does to facilitate the signal
Dendrites reach out fro
Chapters 10, 11, 12, 13
Study Guide for PSY 332 Final Exam
Be familiar with:
Shepard and Metzlers mental rotation task
Mental chronometry - amount of time needed to finish a cognitive task
Participants mentally rotated one object to see if it matched an
Basic Learning Concepts and
Types of Learning
learning to link two
s3muli in a way that
helps us an3cipate
an event to which
we have a reac3on
Define psychology, and discuss the issues that have shaped psychologys evolution over the past century
and a half, including the influence of philosophy and physiology.
Understand the types of perspectives in psychology (psychodynamic, humanistic
THE ORIGINS OF PSYCHOLOGY
What is psychology?
INFLUENCE OF PHILOSOPHY
FOUNDERS OF PSYCHOLOGY
Wilhelm Wundt (18321920)
Founder of Psychology
Immanuel kant (1724-1804)
1st critique (1751)
Elightenment and counter
In order to have a reason p, you must be capable of being motivated to do it. Motivational
-people are fundamentally m
-A judgement is a priori=it is knowable independent of experience
-A judgement is posteriori; empirical it is knowable only through
-A judgement is analytic=its true in virtue of meaning atone/theconcept of the predicate is
Addictions Chapter 15 Study Guide
1. What is spontaneous remission? How common is it?
2. Name/define stages of change model of Prochaska, DiClemente, & Norcross, 1992.
3. Why is the above model helpful in treatment?
4. What are the characteristics of 12-s
Study Guide Ch. 12
1. What are the types of serotonergic hallucinogens? Which of these does NOT have a
chemical formula similar to serotonin? Which is the most potent? From what
source/plant do they come?
2. What is the neurotransmitter associated with LS
Ch. 11 Study Guide
1. Marijuana fibers have been used for _, _, and _.
2. What is the name of the plant from which most recreational marijuana comes?
3. Marijuana is made from what parts of the plant? Which part has the most THC?
4. In what year was marij
1. What drugs are included in the sedative-hypnotic classification?
2. What are anxiolytics? What neurotransmitter do they mainly impact?
3. For what is phenobarbital commonly used?
4. What are problems with barbiturates?
5. Compare th
Ch. 10 Study Guide
1. What are opiates? Opioids?
2. From what plant does opium come?
3. In what countries are a lot of opium poppy plants grown?
4. What are medical uses of opiate drugs? What is analgesia?
5. What do opiates do to membrane excitability? W