Confidence intheory decreases of Psychology
Revise and refine theory
Empirical theory increases
Definition of Psychology
o The scientific study of mind and behavior, both human a
o The ability to store and retrieve information over time
o How does information get into memory?
Encoding a process of transforming what we perceive, think, or feel
into an enduring memory
o How is information maintained in m
What is it?
A persons subjective experience of the world
We generally assume other peoples conscious experiences are similar to our own
Only you can know your consciousness
Problem of Other Minds
How do we draw the line between normal and disordered?
Deviant behavior: can vary based on culture and context
Disturbances: in behavior, thoughts, or emotions
Distress: the behavior usually causes the person d
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Abductive reasoning involves thinking about explanations for events. In this study you will read two different
Psychology is the study of mind and behavior. It is an academic discipline and an applied science which
seeks to understand individuals and groups by establishing general principles and researching specific cases. 
In this field, a profession
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7.1 What is memory?
Memory: the nervous systems capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge.
Encoding: The processing of information so that they can be stored.
Storage: The retention of encoded representation over time.
Consolidation: The neural