Chapter 6: Learning
1. What is learning and what are the major types of learning?
Learning is a relatively permanent change in thought or behavior that results from
The four major types of learning are
Conditioning (Classical- Pavlov, Operan
What is learning?
Learning is a process that leads to change, which occurs as a
result of experience and increases potential for improved
performance and future learning.
Learning is a process, not a product. However, because this
process takes place in
Assignments Quizzes ReviewTestSubmission:Quiz9
Circumstantiality: Point of convo eventually reached but with overinclusion of trivial or irrelevant details.
Tangential: Point of convo never reached 2/2 lack of goal-directed associations btwn ideas; responses in ballpark.
Insomnia is not a criterion for mania.
Insomnia is a complaint of the problematic inability to sleep.
This is in contrast to mania, where pts feel well-rested despite a decreased need for sleep.
Impulsive (unrestrained buying sprees, sexual
Study Guide for Exam 3: General Psychology
Associative Learning- learning that certain events occur together
o Hume and Locke realized that people would associate ideas together when
they repeatedly followed the same ideas
o We learn
Exam 1 Study Guide
*Use this in addition to the learning objectives. These are broad points that I think are
important, but the study guide & learning objectives will be on the test. The learning objectives
should be thought of as a study guide as well.
THE MEANING OF RACE IN
PSYCHOLOGY AND HOW TO
A METHODOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE.
Helms, Jernigan, & Mascher (2005).
American Psychologist, 60, 27-36.
Testing hypotheses about the
relationship between X as conceptualized &
Social Media and IO Psychology
October 12, 2016
This article focuses on how social media and workplace romances influences work
behavior. Something that I found very interesting were the statistics given, a survey in this article
Exam 1 Study Guide - 50 questions 10 questions per article & chapter all multiple choice
Phinney (1996) When we talk about American ethic groups, what do we mean?
Identify the importance of understanding race and ethnicity in psychology
- Changing populat
What To Bring To Orientation
p Copy of any College Transcripts, CLEP, IB, and AP
scores (if applicable)
p Proof of Immunization Records & Insurance
Coverage (if not previously submitted)
Umbrella, Pen and Paper
STYLE: an iden(fying appearance
The torso of a man on the le6 is by Brancusi, 20th century and
the man on the right is from Greece, 6th century BCE.
Style: The style on the l
Media (medium is singular) are the materials and techniques to make art
Medium: sculpture: cas5ng: Head of a Benin king from Africa, 16th century
Sculpture is a three-dimensional (3
Ch. 2.2, 2.3 Quiz/Test Review
SHORT ANSWER. Write the word or phrase that best completes each statement or answers the question
Solve the problem.
1) For the stem-and-leaf plot below, what is the maximum and what is the minimum 1)
Le#: Seer, Greece 470 BCE, 5th century BCE
Right: Roman Emperor as Hercules, 192 CE, 2nd century CE
BCE means Before the Common Era or before the birth of Jesus; it m
Antojos By Julia Alvarez
For the first time since Yolanda had reached the hills, there was a shoulder on the left side of the narrow road. She
pulled the car over out of a sense of homecoming: every other visit she had stayed with her family in the capita
Methodology of Cognitive
Primary methodologies in cognitive
General physics behind the methods
General utilities and functions
Unique advantages and disadvantages
The first to announce to the word that cha
The Chemical Senses
Definition of chemical senses
The olfactory sense and emotion
Olfactory emotion processing
Amygdala and OFC
Emotion instilled into an odor changes
Positive Affect and Reward
The neural circuitry of reward
Drug addiction (processes and mechanisms)
Two Dissociable Systems
Positive Affect and Reward (II)
Distinction from wanting
Happiness and its neural basis
What About Pleasure?
Neurotransmitters: Opioids, endocannabinoids
(anandamine; endogenous cannabis-like neurotransmitters)
Learning to fearI
Definitions and categories of learning
Structures and circuits involved in fear learning
The Physical Senses
What is perception?
Stages of perception
Stages of emotion perception
Context-dependent emotion perception
Different visual systems for emotion perception
Amygdalas role in emotion perception
Final Exam Review
Remembering fear II
1 Temporal progression of memory (sensory to _ to _)
2 Types of Long Term Memory
3 Long term Explicit and Implicit
4 Explicit Episodic and Semantic
5 Implicit REMEMBER THAT CHART
6 Stages of Encoding SEE CHART
7 MTL M
PSY 4930 Criteria/Standards for Decision Making - Jan,
Criteria the standards we use to make a judgment
o Conceptual vs. Actual criteria theory/idea vs applying them
Ven diagram example conceptual criterion vs actual
criterion are the circles and t
PSY 4930 Business Ethics in IO Psych Thurs, Jan 21st
IO psychologists and ethics:
o Competence, integrity (be honest; be aware of belief systems),
professional and scientific responsibility, respect for peoples
rights and dignity, social responsibility (
PSY 4930 Research Methods in IO Psych Jan 19th
o Field Theory: you observe a behavior in the workplace, what
kind of inferences can you make about those behaviors?
Intra-individual: what was it that made them do that
behavior that day (IE.
PSY 4930 History of IO Psychology Thursday, Jan 14th
American Psychological Association founded 1892
Early years (1900-1916) focused on efficiency
WWI (1917-1918) the army beta test
o Good percentage of the army was enlisting without the ability to