Gender stereotypes, similarities, and differences
Gender stereotypes- general beliefs about females and males.
Sexism-prejudice and discrimination because of sex
Gender similarities and differences
Physical similarities and differences: men are 10% tal
Self-understanding is the individuals cognitive
representation of the self, the substance and
content of self-conceptions.
Self-Understanding and Social Contexts
Adolescents self-understanding can vary across
relationships and social roles.
Values, and Religion
Domains of Moral Development
Moral Development - distinctions between right
Internalization (Kohlberg) - moral development
gradually occurs when externally controlled
The adolescents brain is different from the
childs brain, and that in adolescence the brain
is still growing.
Neurons, or nerve cells, are the nervous
systems basic units.
A neuron has three basic parts:
The cell body
Puberty, Health, and
The period of rapid physical maturation
involving hormonal and bodily changes that
take place primarily in early adolescence.
Puberty takes place between about 9-16 yr for
Normality Whats Normal?
_ - _
study of mental, emotional, and
behavioral disorders (abnormal or
_ _ extreme scores on some dimension,
such as intelligence, anxiety, or
Modules 45 46 47
A persons unique and relatively stable behavior
patterns of thinking, feeling, and acting.
personality/behavior is determined by
What is Memory?
_ , _ ,
organizes, alters, and _ information
Basic Memory Processes
process of putting information into
Storage maintain information in memory over
Retrieval - recover information from sto
Gender- characteristics of people as males and
females which is influenced by biological,
social, and cognitive factors.
Gender role- prescribed beliefs on how males
and females should behave.
Introduction to Psychology
PSYC 2000 Section 006
Room 0100 Dodson Hall
Instructor: Thomas Domangue, M. A.
Office: Audubon Hall 221
Office Hours: Monday 4:45-5:45
Email: [email protected]
Text: Meyers, D. G. (
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LSU research/projects using living humans as subjects, or samples or data obtained
ONEWAY SCORE BY TYPE
/POSTHOC=TUKEY BONFERRONI ALPHA(0.05).
Post Hoc Tests
Running head: MUSIC AND TEST PERFORMANCE
Does Music Effect Test Performance?
Louisiana State University, PSYC 2017 section 3
MUSIC AND TEST PERFORMANCE
An experiment was conducted to determine if music would influence a students test
Running head: RECALL ABILITY WITH SIMILAR WORDS
Recall Ability With Similar Words
Louisiana State University
PSYCH 2017 Beck, Section 3
This study consisted of two participants. The participants selected for this experiment
were my r
Abnormal Behavior in Historical Context
Myths and Misconceptions
About Abnormal Behavior
No Single Definition of Psychological Abnormality
No Single Definition of Psychological Normality
What is a Psychological
History of I/O Psychology
Def: application of psychological principles and theories to the workplace
Or: the study of how people get along with each other at work and are able to do their jobs
Industrial vs Organizational
Ch 1 IntroFoundations of Physiological Psychology
The Mind-Body Problem:
Two major views
Dualism: Mind and body are separate but interacting. Physical and nonphysical
fundamental to what we are.
Monism: Mind is a property of a physical nervous system.
The Brain and Cognitive Development
The adolescents brain is different from the childs brain, and the adolescences brain is
Neurons, or nerve cells, are the nervous systems basic units. Transfer information to