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HSP3U Psychology February 24 th, 2015
L EARNING G OALS & S UCCESS C RITERIA Learning Goals Understanding the different views in psychology and how to communicate those ideas orally and in writing Success Criteria Understanding the importance of variables and control groups as well as quantitative and qualitative research Understanding the chronology and importance of the various schools of thought in psychology (psychoanalysis, behaviourism, humanism, cognitive) and the prominent theorists with them
W HAT IS P SYCHOLOGY ??? Brainstorm some ideas and thoughts
W HAT IS P SYCHOLOGY ???? What are your thoughts about psychology?? What is it?? What is the mind?? How is the brain related to the mind?? Nature vs. Nurture What role does biology (nature) and environment (nurture) play in complex human behaviours? How does the brain develop or change over time? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P- D33oWiOEg What are your thoughts about the debate??
K EY T ERMS Found on pg.’s of text Psychodynamic Theory Neurotic Disorder Psychoanalytic TheoryAnalytical Psychology UnconsciousArchetypes ConsciousEgo Personality Neo-Freudians IdDenial SuperegoDisplacement Defence mechanismFree Association RepressionProjection Collective Unconscious
P SYCHODYNAMIC T HEORISTS Psychodynamic theory is based on the belief that unlocking the unconscious mind is the key to understanding human behaviour & relationships Example: Calling your new girlfriend or boyfriend by your ex’s name (called a Freudian Slip) would lead a psychoanalyst to speculate that you have some unresolved feelings associated with the ex or you have some misgivings about the new relationship The conscious mind is everything we are aware of, that we can think about rationally Early childhood experiences are seen as important to understanding a person’s personality, motivations, and behaviours Some psychoanalysts believe that human development occurs mainly in the first few years of life
D ISCOVERING 3 P SYCHOANALYSTS Get into groups of three Each group will discuss a psychoanalyst and you are write down and collaborate what the main ideas/thoughts/explanations are of the particular psychoanalyst Your group will present the findings to the class You should write down the important points for each theorist in the chart provided