Psyc 144 MIDTERM Review Sheet This review sheet is for lecture material ONLY & does NOT cover all material that could possibly be on the exam. It is not meant to be the only source you use for studying for the exam, but just a guideline. Bring a #2 p
Clinical Final Chapter 9 Notes
- Sexual dysfunction: sexual disorder in which the person finds it difficult to function
adequately while having sex.
- Sexual dysfunctions can either be
o Lifelong: chronic condition present during entire life.
Psych 100- 10/13/15
Somatic Symptom D/O
o One or more somatic symptoms that are distressing or
significantly disrupt daily life.
o Excessive thoughts, feelings, or behaviors related to symptoms
or concern such as
164- Lecture 1
- Email the professor after posting on the art crime website, so he can
go check you posted it.
- Final is not cumulative
Crime and Punishment in the USA
- Countries that have a higher crime rate are either disassembled (no
- In tin
Midterm Study Guide Outline
Chapter 1 Introduction
a. Early Cognitive Psychologists
i. Donders (1868): Choice RT vs. Simple RT
ii. Ebbinghaus (1885): Forgetting Curve
iii. Wundt (1879): First Psych lab
1. Introspection method
b. Behaviorists: n
144 Lecture 1
What is memory?
o It isnt as obvious as you think.
o Video (Clive wearing). Famous amnesiac. He isnt a classic
amnesiac. Clive used to be an excellent musician.
o Amnesia: You cant make new memories. Doesnt mean you cant
remember who you ar
The Study of Developmental
Ideal: use science to improve development
However, many challenges
often cant systematically test effects
the right experiments are often impractical or unethical
psychological outcomes generally have many causes
PSYC 144: Memory & Amnesia
TERM: Summer I, 2016
ROOM: CSB 001
TIME: Monday and Wednesday 2:00 to 4:50 PM
PROFESSOR: John T. Wixted
EMAIL: [email protected]
OFFICE: 5316 McGill Hall
OFFICE HOURS: Mondays and Wednesdays 11:00 to noon and by appointment
Psyc 144 FINAL Review Sheet This review sheet is for lecture material ONLY & does NOT cover all material that could possibly be on the exam. It is not meant to be the only source you use for studying for the exam, but just a guideline. THIS SHEET DOE
reductionism - view that all scientific explanations should aim to be based on a lower level of analysis:
psychology in terms of physiology, physiology in terms of chemistry, and chemistry in terms of physics
verbal learning - approach to memory that reli