A persons internally based characteristic ways of acting and thinking
Clinical neurologist that had three parts of awareness.
Freud's term for what you are presently
What is associative learning?
learning that certain events occur together.
What is Classical Conditioning?
A type of learning in which one learns to link two or more stimuli and anticipate events.
What is Learning?
A relatively permanent change in a
Psychoanalytic: believed we are born bad and need therapy for life to hold back our inner beasts
(everything that happens to us is because we wanted it to happen)
(holding something back) basic defense mechanism that banishes
What are the two approaches to culture?
Cross-Cultural Psychology & Cultural Psychology
What does culture refer to from the perspective of Cross Cultural Psychology?
Refers to groups
ex) "American Culture" or "Japanese Culture" (or some other group)
delusions of grandeur and persecution, may think have identity other than their own, possess great ability
or talent, show exaggerated anger or supiciousness
most serious type; tends to begin earlier;
Elaborate communication system that sends chemical messages throughout the body.
Composed of central nevous system and periheral nervous system
Central nervous system
composed of brain and spinal cord
Peripheral nervous system
the scientific study of mind and behavior
our private inner experiences of perceptions, thoughts, memories, and feelings
observable actions of human beings and nonhuman animals
the philosophical view that certain
eating disorder in which a person diets and becomes significantly underweight, yet, still feels fat and
continues to starve.
Antisocial Personality Disorder
personality disorder in which the person (usuall a man) exhibits a lack of co
What did Freud invent?
Psychoanalysis (all about transference)
What did women of the 19th century suffer from and why?
Hysteria; women had no rights
What rights did women lack in the past?
Education, Money, Physical protection, Equal treatment, No e
(1) Freudian Theory
Major Psychological illness of 19th century
The neural cell; the basic unit of the nervous system
A biochemical that typically is released into the bloodstream to perform its function at locations distant
from the brain, but that can also affect brain functioning itself.