Chapter One Part One Flashcards
Behaviorism School of psychology and theoretical viewpoint that emphasizes the study of
observable behaviors, especially as they pertain to the process of learning.
Structuralism Early school of psychology that emphasized s
cerebral cortex (suh-REE-brull or SAIR-uh-brull) The wrinkled outer portion of the
forebrain, which contains the most sophisticated brain centers.
cerebellum (sair-uh-BELL-um) A large, two-sided hindbrain structure at the back of the
What is deviance? What are the major theories for why deviance occurs which were discussed in the
lecture? Be specific and discuss all the major theories of the functionalists, symbolic interactionists and
conflict theorists from the lecture.