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PSYCH 2030 Exam 1 Study Guide
15 September 2016
Kuther & Morgan, Chapter 1
1. Kuther and Morgan list 8 skills and abilities that psychology programs hope to develop in their students.
You should be able to describe these skills and abilities.
Psychology Exam #1 Study Guide Answers
What is psychology? The science of behavior and mental processes.
Applied Research- Tackling practical problems.
Basic Research- A basic knowledge of psychology.
Scientific Methods- A way to gain knowledge about beha
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Psychology Review: Language and Thought
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Chapter 1: Thinking Critically With Psychological Science
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