Introduction to Psychology
Notes taken from notes from book Lectures 1 and 2- Chapter 1 of Gazzaniga and Heatherton Perspectives in psychology
Psycholgoy is the scientific study of human behaviour and mental processes. Psychological science- the stud
FUNDAMENTALS OF NEUROSCIENCE AND BEHAVIOUR: 100 MULTIPLE CHOICE
QUESTIONS (NO ANSWER KEY PROVIDED these are for self-test purposes only)
1. Repeated exposure to amphetamine or cocaine:
A) decreases spine density in the frontal cortex.
B) results in a lowe
Lecture 4- William James and the origins of American Psychology
Notes made from Chapter 4 of book.
William James (1842-1910) It may be argued that, in some respects, modern American psychology is a series of footnotes to William James's two volume ma
History of psychology
Lecture 2- origins of psychology
Notes made form chapter 1 and 2 of `putting psychology in its place'
Psychology has a long past, but a short history. Whilst many historians of science consider themselves to be scientists, few h
Lecture 3- Founding psychology: evolution and experiment
Notes from Chapter 3 of `Putting psychology in its place'
In the 1860's two developments occurred which supplied an integrating frame for emerging types of psychological inquiry and scientific
Chapter 14: Reasoning and hypothesis testing
Reasoning is related to problem solving, because people trying to solve a reasoning task have a definite goal and
the solution is not obvious. However, problem solving and reasoning are typically treated separa
What Are the Origins of
Brain and Behavior?
Brain abnormalities can be related to:
A) 500 disorders.
B) 1,000 disorders.
C) 1,500 disorders.
D) over 2,000 disorders.
Topic: What Is the Brain?
NST 1B Experimental Psychology
Statistics practical 5
Rudolf Cardinal & Mike Aitken
3 / 4 May 2005
Department of Experimental Psychology
University of Cambridge
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