Empirically supported treatments
What techniques are clinicians using to overcome their difficulties?
Counselling and behavioural therapies
How does a psychologist make a decision about an intervention?
Consider school of therabpy to which the c
Consent and furthermore voluntariness because the smokers (Ps) like to smoke and the
researchers hold the cigarettes over their head so how could they say no
Fairness excluding women on the pill
Study funded by tobacco company
Data is al
Not taking thesis students Cheryl mccormick, angela evans, Kathy Beliski, Kimberly cote, linda rose
crasner, syd segalwits, tina wallaby.
Mondlock facial recognition
Mike Buseri the guy I want - studies well being.
Tim Murphy sleep de
PSYC 1F90 intro
Monday: 2-4 Tuesday: 10-2 alternate lecture section.
MyTap course code: MTPQ 8P6P XXT4
Student, hall, duck, small, house, tree,
Incidental recall: not knowing you will have to remember the words but seeing how many you recall
Question 2 of 30
What is the observation that guns and knives can serve as strong cues for aggressive behaviour
A. ethological perspective
B. mean worldview
C. weapons effect
D. heightened arousal effect
What term refe
PSYC STUDY QUESTIONS
* What does the word psychologist mean? be able to explain the complexities associated
with the definition
> in ontario, a psychologist is; a university prof with a PhD in psychology and are people who
are registered with he co
How to study psychology
What is reflective learning?
Experiential processing: passively soaking up information or an experience.
Reflective processing: reacting mindfully. Actively thinking about an experience. Occurs when experiential
Psyc 1F90. Modules 2 -6 Introducing Psychology
Erich escape from freedom.
Science vs. philosophy and Religion: the psychologist is about working on procedures for answering
questions as well as a way of life.
Psychologist is a person who has belei
Module 12 test
Dr. Lipton is interested in the progressive changes that individuals show in their
cognitive abilities from conception to death. Dr. Lipton is most likely interested in
which field of psychology?
If a father has o
Part III: Personality and Individual Differences
Q: What are the four different measures that sleep researchers use to study sleep?
Be able to both name them and briefly describe them.
1. : EEG (Electroencephalogram)
- Measures how many waves happening in
2016 Psyc1f90 Project Components Feedback
-5 sentences only!
-see manual for topic of each sentence
-should begin with a broad overview of the topic under discussion
*organize the main body of the introduction by themes or main point
PSYCHOLOGY STUDY NOTES
40% is on the textbook via multiple choice (80 questions) not everything is from
60% short answer (range from 1 mark to 5 marks) mark per point
More will be from the initial questions in the study questions sections; l
Psychology IF90 Module 1 Definitions
Experimental Processing: Though that is passive, effortless, and automatic.
Reflective Processing: Thought that is active, effortful, and controlled.
Reflective Learning: Deliberately reflective and active self-guided
Jessica Hambley 5951629 Seminar 70 Sarah Lam
How to measure metacognition by Stephen M. Fleming and Hakwan C. Lau
The main purpose of this article is to evaluate the positive and negative effects
confidence has on someones metacognition.
Relating it back
Lecture 1 Term 1 Module 1 The Psychology of Reflective Studying
Helpful videos: How to get the most out of studying: part 1 of 5
Student development centre for workshops, Learning skills services, tours of the library
Being a Metacognitive Learner: How Metacognition Effects Academic Performance
The purpose of this paper is to examine how metacognitive awareness can affect students
2p30 lecture 2!
-replicable measurement (can it be replicated and give same answer twice)!
-actually measuring what we want to measure !
-may influence the behaviour studied!
-ex questionnaire on racism or pol
-Triplett (1898): noted cyclists were faster when cycling with others than alone!
-also found children worked faster putting string on reel when working with others!
-problem: sometimes presence of others helped
Attitudes (october 28)!
attitude: basic evaluation; extent to which you are favourable or unfavourable !
persuasion: attempt to change your attitude!
prejudice: negative attitude about a group and its members!
tripartite model of attitudes (ABCs)!
Changing Behaviour: Influence and Conformity !
1.Norms: shared beliefs about appropriate conduct; defines group membership and
differentiates between groups!
Classic Studies: Asch (1956)!
-line length study!
-clearly line 1 longer than other; asked whic
pharmacology: is the scientific study of drugs concerned with the effects of substances on living
psychopharmacology: focus on effects of drugs on behaviour!
drug= any chemical or mixture other than required for maintenance of normal hea
-Prosocial behaviour is any act performed with the goal of benefiting
another person or society
-Altruism: desire to help others, even if it involves a cost to the one
PSYCH 1F90 Exam Review
The Impact of Social Factors:
1. Define the following:
- Cult: any group that honors a figure, object, or person
- Conformity: going along with others without any order (Ex: placing a coin on the ground
Applications to clinical and counselling psychology:
- Mental illness and health relates to social psyc
because it effects the way we think of others and
how we interact
o 20% of all Canadians will personally experience a
mental illness in their lifetime
Leadership: when particular individuals exert influence on the goal
achievement of others in an organization context
- Individuals or groups follow the wishes of leader
Directive: leader sets the direction for the organization including all