Reflective Learning - Academic All-Stars
Survey Question 1.1: What is reflective learning?
not thinking too much about what you were doing and subsequent memories are not detailed
ex. Watching tv
- Appropriate for entertainment but
Psychology - Behave!
Survey Question 2.1: What is psychology and what are its goals?
The mind cant be studied directly, so psychology is defined as the scientific study of overt
behaviour and mental processes (covert behaviour)
Thursday, September 10, 2015
Chapter 1: Introduction to Psychology
INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY
scientific study of behaviour and mental processes
Goals of Psychology:
2. Explanation - ask why? (if you want to know causes you n
Psych Questions Final
(Info From Tutorial)
1. Biopsychosocial model and medical model. Compare and contrast the two sides. Include
information on the focus and emphasis of model, how the model identifies cause of
disease, the patient role, i
*Sample Question Q1 What is the difference between experiential and reflective cognition? Which is
more important for good academic performance? Explain and relate to the two processes of selfreflection and critical thinking.
Experiential cognition refers