Chapter 12: Emotions, Stress, and Health
Emotion: a response of the whole organism, involving physiological arousal, expressive
behaviors, and conscious experience.
Historical Emotion Theories
PSY110 Exam 2 Study Guide
1. Classical Conditioning
i. Acquisition of new skills, knowledge, behavior or preferences often
through interactions with our environment.
b. Inherent Knowledge
i. Reflexes, Physiological, and emotional reactions.
PSY110 Exam 1 Study Guide
1. Important people and what they are important for
a. Helmholtz reaction time
b. John Locke Empiricism
i. Scientific method/observation/testing/etc.
ii. Inductive and deductive reasoning (respective)
1. Large rule = hypothesis
a. Grouping Disorders
i. Axis I: Clinical Disorders Everything except Personality and intellectual
ii. Axis II: Personality Disorders and ID Chronic, maladaptive patterns of behaviors
iii. Axis III: General Medical Co
Chapter 5 Consciousness
a. Conscious and Unconscious
i. Phenomenology how things seem to the conscious person
ii. The problem of other minds difficulty we have in perceiving the
consciousness of others
iii. Philosophers Zombie could react to stimuli bu
Prologue: The Story of Psychology Psychology's Roots Psychology traces its roots back through recorded history to the writings of many scholars who spent their lives wondering about people-in India, China, the Middle East, and Europe. In their attemp
Classics Review - Final Exam Delphi Apollo was the patron god of Delphi, a site made famous by the oracular predictions given there by the Pythia (the female oracle). She would make predictions in gibberish, and priests would interpret them, often am