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  • 1 Page Ap Psychology Voc 1
    Ap Psychology Voc 1

    School: University Of Texas, Arlington

    Course: PSYCH 1315

    Ap Psychology vocab. Behavior – anything that is an observable action. Monism - seeing mind and body as different aspects of the same thing. Dualism – one seeing mind and body as two different things that interact. Eclectic – the use of techniq...

  • 6 Pages Famous_Pscyhologists_chart_EDIT
    Famous_Pscyhologists_chart_EDIT

    School: Wellesley Sr High

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psych

    Schaffeld AP Psychology Review Worksheet Famous Psychologists Last, First Name Topic and Unit Key Info Adler, Alfred Neo Freudian Personality Unit Birth Order, Inferiority and Superiority Complex, Compensation Ainsworth, Mary Attachment Theory Dev...

  • 2 Pages Rain Man Review 2013
    Rain Man Review 2013

    School: Ocean City High

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psychol

    Video Review Assigment for Rain ManVideo reviews are short, concise, thoughtful reactions to videos that I will suggest as relevant to particular partsof the course.Each report should be at least 3 pages (even if its 1 line on the 3rd page!) They ...

  • 2 Pages 21Nature and Nurture
    21Nature and Nurture

    School: Ocean City High

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psychol

    AP Psychology Review Nature and Nurture. The study of the evolution of behavior and the mind, using the principles of natural selection. _____ _____; Every non-genetic influence in our lives, from prenatal nutrition to the people and things around...

  • 2 Pages Chapter_2_Study_Guide
    Chapter_2_Study_Guide

    School: Hamilton East Steinert

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psychol

    AP Psychology. Chapter 2 Study Guide – The Biological Basis of Behavior. Read pages 47 – 52 and answer the following: What is the difference between the BRAIN and the MIND? Describe the path through the nervous system of a neural chain. (sensory...

  • 5 Pages An Unauthorized Examination of the Boy Who Lived: The Psychology of Harry Potter Analysis
    An Unauthorized Examination of the Boy Who Lived: The Psychology of Harry Potter Analysis

    School: Bunnell High School

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psychol

    Alejandra GarciaAP PsychologyPer.78-30-12An Unauthorized Examination of the Boy Who Lived: The Psychology of Harry Potter AnalysisOne can learn a lot about human behavior from analyzing the magical world of HarryPotter. Although it may seem, as a wo.

  • 5 Pages Contemporary Perspectives Activity
    Contemporary Perspectives Activity

    School: Rham High School

    Course: CRITICAL T AP Psychol

    PSYCHOLOGY. UNDERSTANDING THE MODERN PERSPECTIVES OF PSYCHOLOGY. Modern psychologists can study problems by using one or more of the six current approaches of psychology. Each has a different focus or perspective that may involve a different metho...

  • 13 Pages THE FOUNDATION OF PSYCHOLOGY
    THE FOUNDATION OF PSYCHOLOGY

    School: Rham High School

    Course: CRITICAL T AP Psychol

    THE FOUNDATION OF PSYCHOLOGY. A BRIEF HISTORY OF PSYCHOLOGY: I: Early interest in behavior and the mind was dominated by Greek philosophers: Socrates (on the nature of the “mind”); Plato (humans have innate knowledge that is beyond the observati...

  • 4 Pages AP Exam_Jan 2013_ study guide
    AP Exam_Jan 2013_ study guide

    School: Rham High School

    Course: CRITICAL T AP Psychol

    AP Psychology Midterm. Areas of focus for the midterm. Prologue: History of psychology, psychological perspectives; Critical Thinking: Research Methods; statistics; Neuroscience and behavior; Nature/Nurture; Development; Social Psychology; Conscio...

  • 10 Pages EMOTION THEORIES
    EMOTION THEORIES

    School: Rham High School

    Course: CRITICAL T AP Psychol

    EMOTIONTHEORIESBiologically (physiologically) based theories: Darwinemotionsareinherited,specializedmentalstatesdesignedto dealwithacertainclassofrecurringsituationspartofoursurvivalmechanis mInstinctivetheoryReflexivebehaviorsFight/FlightResponse...

  • 37 Pages EP Chapter 05-m
    EP Chapter 05-m

    School: Wilson High School

    Course: PSYCHOLOGY AP Psych

    1. Sensation and Perception Chapter 5. 2. Sensation and Perception. Definitions. Sensing the World: Thresholds; Sensory Adaptation. Vision. The Stimulus Input: Light Energy; The Eye; Visual Information Processing; Color Vision. Perceptual Organiza...

  • 17 Pages Psych 100 Intelligence - Mod 26 27 28
    Psych 100 Intelligence - Mod 26 27 28

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: PSYCH 100

    OUTLINE – Modules 26, 27, 28. INTELLIGENCE. What is intelligence? One characteristic; Several characteristic. Can intelligence be measured? How? How do we construct an intelligence test? ...

  • 6 Pages Psych 100 Introduction - Mod 1 2 3
    Psych 100 Introduction - Mod 1 2 3

    School: University Of Massachusetts, Amherst

    Course: PSYCH 100

    ... BIG ISSUES IN PSYCHOLOGY. 1. Conscious vs. Unconscious. Ex. ... Ex. Are you smart or not smart because of genes, schooling, or both? PERSPECTIVES IN PSYCHOLOGY. Neuroscience. -How does the brain/biology effect behavior? ...

  • 18 Pages Lecture_16_2014
    Lecture_16_2014

    School: University Of British Columbia

    Course: PSYC 309 A

    Lecture 17 • Proxemics • Inter-Personal distance (or IPD) • Effects of gender, culture, and gender identity • Violations of personal space ...

  • 9 Pages PSYC 309 #21
    PSYC 309 #21

    School: University Of British Columbia

    Course: PSYC 309 A

    #21 The Mirror System November 25. Outline. The Mirror System: We “mirror” observed behaviors in others. The Chameleon Effect: ...

  • 7 Pages PSYC 309 #8
    PSYC 309 #8

    School: University Of British Columbia

    Course: PSYC 309 A

    #8 Self-Representation September 30, 2014. (unitary body, not multi-sensory; dependent on integrating multiple representations). Outline. ...