3.05 A New Kind of War
Some ways were good some were bad. Starting with the bad, poisonous gases were
used a lot and these
branches of applied psychology
Focused on how biological, social, and
psychological factors influence health and illness.
Uses psychology principles to inform teaching
Focuses on helping
1.05 Trait and Social-Cognitive Perspectives
There are four types of personality assessments work places can use for their employees. There is the
Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT) which are two projective tests, person
In one paragraph, describe a classical conditioning
scenario for evaluation. For an example, refer to the
scenario including Tiana and her father on the lesson.
An example for a classical conditioning scenario is: every
time you put some movie in the tele
Psychodynamic perspective is the interaction of various
conscious and unconscious mental or emotional
processes that influence: personality, behavior, and
attitudes. Psychodynamic perspective is the study of
personality and behavior.
In two paragraphs, answer the following reflection
Which personality assessment would you recommend for
use by employers? Choose from the Rorschach Test, the
TAT, the MMPL, and the MBIT inventory. Be sure to include
Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
Designed to measure personality preferences rather than deep-rooted traits
Retesting can be difficult due to a persons potential preference changes
Validity scales are built in and answers are cross referenced for incons
1600s: Antonie van
1655: Robert Hooke
1833: Robert Brown
1838: M. J. Schleiden
The discovery of cells and their
structure is linked to the
development of microscopes,
which allowed scientists to
observe microscopic cells. In the
Socrates and his student Plato
John B. Watson
Socrates and his student Plato believed that the mind was
separate from the body and therefore continues on after
death. They believed th
Created the first and most famous theory of
personality. medical doctor, he focused on
individuals suffering from psychological disorders.
noticed that many of his patients struggled with
issues that didn
Project Milestone Organizer
Use this organizer to complete your project milestone reflection. Be sure to include
topics, concepts, or theories from at least three lessons in the module.
In a minimum of one paragraph, describe your first chosen top
To begin, I would personally recommend the MBTI because It provides the most information
about one selfs personality and preferences based on a four dimension scale. The other assessments do
not have the requirements for what the unio
Use this template to craft your two-paragraph treatment plan for either Client A or Client
B. Be sure to read the biopsychosocial assessment for your chosen client carefully.
Thoroughly explain each of your recommendations.
Client Name: Client A
1.05 Field Journal Entry
For this Psychology Field Journal entry, in two paragraphs, answer the following reflection
Which personality assessment would you recommend for use by employers? Choose from
Social-Cognitive/Cognitive Perspective Psychology was institutionalized as a science in 1879 by Wilhelm
Wundt, who found the first psychological laboratory. His initiative was soon followed by other European
and American Universities.
These early laborato
The Humanistic Perspective The Humanist aspect of Psychology disagrees with the Psychoanalytic
Perspective in the way that it believes that everyone has complete free will and control over themselves
whereas Freuds view states we do not.
I will begin with the Psychoanalytic Perspective.
There are several different things to talk about but seeing as I am rather limited on what I am allowed to
type, I will only mention a few important matters.
First I would like to point out that an approac
1. What are two different types of information that are stored in long-term
memory? Describe each type. Declarative (or explicit) memory includes facts
and events and it requires conscious recall. Procedural (or implicit) memory,
which involves the how to
Multiple Intelligences in the Land of Oz <- your first lab link
1. Describe five of the types of intelligence discussed in the activity.
Linguistic- the ability to use language and the sensitivity to order
Interpersonal- the ability to understand people a