Psychology 101 C
Monday and Wednesday 9:05 to 10:30 am
Professor: Susan Johnson
Office: Humanities 224
Email: [email protected]
Office Hours: MW 8:
PSYCH 3 : COGNITIVE FOUNDATIONS summer 14
Ch. 1 Intro to Cognitive Psychology
- Cognitive psychology : branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of the mind
- the Mind : creates and controls mental functions such as perception, attention, m
PSYC 168 1.
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6.
Brief, repetitive, purposeless, involuntary movement or sound Premonitory urge- sensory/psychic discomfort ADHD- brain area affected, can be co-occurring? Can be suppressed, but
PSYC 172 M I D T E R M 1 VOCAB (1)Female anatomy/physiology: -Ovaries -Fallopian tube -U terus -Cervix -Vagina -Clitoris -Mons veneris -Clitoris -Labia Majora/Minora -Perineum -Breasts Menstruation: -Menarche -Menopause -Menst rual Cycle -Menstrual Phas
a. b. c. d. 2. Ovary;uterus Ovary;fallopiantube Fallopiantube;uterus Uterus;uterus
PSYC 105 |Midterm 2- Study Guide| 1.
a. False Memories w/ Elizabeth Loftus i. 1. ii. 1. iii. 1. iv. 1. 2. v. 1. 2. a.
Can be very vivid, but only a product of our imagination (e.g., Paul Ingraham) Cognitive Interview (details, slow, unbiased, re
PSYC 105 |Midterm 1- Study Guide| 1. Intro a. Computational complexity i. Observations that many cognitive procedures are impractical because of the time and effort
needed to evaluate the very large # of alternative possibilities
b. Constraints i. Natural