WHICH PERSONALITY THEORIST WOULD SAY THIS? Name the perspective.
1. Her self-concept is so negative that she has trouble believing that other people think she
is bright and capable.
2. Everyone is an introvert or an extravert, and he happens to be an intr
Dongha O (Hailey)
Reflection on High School Confidential
This movie is about a tough high school kid named Tony Baker came to a new high
school and begun muscling his way into the drug scene. Tony looked like a teenager who need
attention from o
As I was growing up, my parents would say graduate university in four years,
get a job as soon as you graduate, get promoted, get married, have kids, and
enjoy life. On the other hand, my older sister who is three years older and have
Running head: Book Review: Honey, I Wrecked the Kids by Alyson Schafer
Book Review: Honey, I Wrecked the Kids by Alyson Schafer
The world is constantly evolving, and peoples lifestyle and perspective of the
world are changing as well. Through such changes
Biology 1203 week1
REQUIRED READINGS: Marieb & Hoehn (10th ed.) pp. 42-49
Marieb & Hoehn (9th ed.) pp. 43-50, 55
Organic compounds contain carbon and lots of
-Biochemistry-chemistry of life
Life depend on complex molecule eg protein
Skip part 1 first and move to part 2
No more than 5 pages. 3 to 4 pages ideally. ALL documents in APA format (12 point
times new roman double spaced). Consider margins in paper (1 inch)
You only need to read the 3 articles under your topic. No need to fin
Memories are made by combining information we already have in our brains with new information
that comes in through our senses. In this way memory is like cooking; starting from a recipe but
improvising along the way, we add old information to new in
Psychology 1200 Chapter 2 Textbook Notes:
Empiricism: How to know stuf
Ancient greeks had 2 types of doctors: dogmatists and empiricists
Dogmatists thought they healed by developing theories about the bodys functions
Empiricists thought they healed by obs
medial prefrontal cortex, which is an area of your brain that is activated when you think about
the attributes of other people but not about the attributes of inanimate objects such as houses or
Social cognition is the processes by which peopl
Modern tests of
b. Standardization and norming:
Mean score of IQ tests is 100 and there is a standard deviation of 15.
c. The Normal Distribution:
What are intelligence tests useful for?
They let you know where you stand in the general popul
What is intelligence?
Intelligence is the tendency to take and maintain a definite direction, the capacity
to make adaptations for the purpose of attaining a desired end and the power of
Intelligence is the aggre
No need to know genetics and evolutionary psychology for chapter 3 on
The scientific method:
A theory is a set of principles, built on observations and other verifiable facts,
that explains some phenomenon and predicts its future behaviour.
November 10, 2016 Portion:
We need memory as it helps to retain useful skills, knowledge, and expertise. It
builds our capacity to use language, enjoy share and sustain culture, and to build an
enduring sense of self.
We also use it to learn from experien
3 Stages in prenatal development from conception to birth:
-Germinal stage 1st to 2nd week after conception
-Embryonic stage 3rd week after conception to 9th week
-Fetal stage 9th week until birth
The zygote: After the nuclei of the egg an
Chapter 3: Genetics and Evolutionary Foundations of Behaviour:
Charles Darwin theory of evolution explains both the differences and similarities
How genes affect behaviour:
No gene is specific to a single behaviour, trait, etc. A gene may
Induced False Memories Lingering Effects
Induced False Memories and Their Lingering Effects Over Time
Review of Literature
Summary of Theories
Summary of Findings and Recommendations
Compared to hypotheses.
Mark W. Mahowald, MD, Carlos H. Schenck, MD,
and Michel A. Cramer Bornemann, MD
Minnesota Regional Sleep Disorders Center, Hennepin County
Medical Center, 701 Park Avenue, Minneapolis, MN 55415, USA.
E-mail: [email protected]
Neuroethics (2015) 8:203214
While You Were Sleepwalking: Science and Neurobiology
of Sleep Disorders & the Enigma of Legal Responsibility
of Violence During Parasomnia
Shreeya Popat & William Winslade
Methodology in Psychology
Types of designs
Method 1: Case studies
What does it study?
-A case study is a very detailed examination where youre
studying a single unit.
-1. A person, studying a specific person in detail.
-2. A single institution, studying a
SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
Detect energy from the environment
Encode into neural signals
Select, organize, interpret sensations
Perception is an active process
Reception of stimuli= sensation
Understanding of stimuli= percept
hindsight bias, p. 18
the tendency to believe, after learning an outcome, that one would have foreseen it. (Also
known as the I-knew-it-all-along phenomenon.) (p. 18)
critical thinking, p. 23
thinking that does not blindly accept arguments and
NEUROSCIENCE IN PSYCHOLOGY
The Human Nervous System THE HUMAN NERVOUS SYSTEM
Overall information system of your body
Three kinds of memory
Episodic = past incidents
Semantic = associations, concepts, general knowledge
Procedural = skills acquisition
We fail to detect changes occurring over time
Encode scenes at superfic
Article Assignment #1
Introduction: The research was done to determine whether males have higher ranges of
mathematical reasoning ability before they enter adolescence. They also wanted to explore
hypotheses for this difference in mathematical r
11) What are operationism and positivism? How did they influence the transition of psychology
from the functionalist to the behaviourist era? Are we purely operationist in psychology today?
Why or why not?
Operationism is the position that scientif
Psychology 2300 Exam 3 Review
> Samples vs. Populations
> Samples consist of the part of the population we actually sample and for which we actually have
> Populations refer to the entire group of individuals in which we are interested bu
Sensation and Perception
1. Post and discuss on the forum the following: Explain how our expectations,
contexts, emotions, and motivation influence our perceptions. How might this
be important in psychiatric nursing?
There are sev
Describe the cognitive strategies that assist our problem solving, and identify the
obstacles that hinder it. Post your answer on the forum.
Trial and error- finding different solution until you find the right one
Algorithms- step by