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$100 This brain structure handles all incoming sensory information except olfactory signals
$200 These three structures make up the limbic system
$200 Hippocampus Amygdala Hypothalamus
$300 Neurotransmitter is to nervous system, as hormone is to system
$300 Endocrine System
$400 When the release of _______ is blocked, the result may be muscular paralysis and Alzheimers disease.
$400 Acetylcholine (Ach)
$500 The __________ hemisphere of the brain is usually involved With decoding visual information
$100 Who would have been most likely to ignore mental processes and to define psychology as the scientific study of observable behavior?
$200 Established the first psychological Laboratory.
$200 William Wundt
$300 Titcheners technique for talking about your own thoughts and mental experiences.
$400 A functionalist who authored the first psychology textbook.
$400 William James
$500 He discovered structuralism.
$500 Edward B. Titchener
100 Billy is severely depressed and wants anti- depressant medication. He might see this type of therapist.
200 In studying anger, the psychologist who views an anger outburst as an outlet for unconscious hostility is coming from the _____________perspective.
300 This type of psychologist assess and treat mental, emotional, and behavior disorders.
$300 Clinical Psychologist
$400 This psychologist might work for Human Resources trying to improve productivity and morale in the company.
400 Industrial/Organizational psychologist
500 This type of psychologist studies the thought processes of people.
$100 All our thoughts and behaviors are the result of unconscious thoughts.
$100 Psychodynamic Sigmund Freud
$200 Who cares about the unconscious mind? Our behaviors are the result of our environment, rewards and punishments.
$200 Behaviorists (behaviorism) like John Watson and Skinner
$300 We have free will. We need to find ourselves and maximize our potential.
400 We are angry because our amygdalas produce too much adrenaline. We are in love because of an excess of oxytocin.
$400 neuroscience perspective
$500 How behavior and thinking vary across situations and cultures
$100 The standard deviation is a measure of how much the scores within a groups vary in relation to the
$200 Psychologists generally agree that the best research method for determining cause and effect is the _____________ method.
$200 Experimental Method
$300 There is a good chance that we will find a ___________________ correlation between time spent studying and grades in school.
$400 Random sampling is to ________ as Random assignment is to ________.
$400 Surveys; Experiments
$500 If results of research are not likely to have occurred by chance, we say the results are:
$500 Statistically Significant
Final Jeopardy A statement of the procedures used to define research variables. Allows for replication.
Final Jeopardy Answer Operational Definition
Step Up To: Psychology by John J. Schulte, Psy.D. Psychology, Eighth Edition by David G. Myers Worth Publishers (2007)
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PSYCHOLOGY Scientific study of: Human Behavior (Actions) Cognition (Thoughts) Affect (Feelings) Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist? Psychiatrist = Medical Doctor.
Psychology 101 Introduction to Psychology Dr. Jacob Leonesio.
Set up the first psychology laboratory in an apartment near Leipzig, Germany. Wilhelm Wundt.
AP Psychology: Review April 28, 2010 Ms. Simon. Social Psychology Define.
A) the study of behavior and mental processes. B) the study of behavior. C) the scientific study of behavior and mental processes. D) the science.
The Basics Unit One. Origins of Psychology -Roots in ancient philosophy -Socrates – “ know thyself” -Plato – rely on thought and reason -Aristotle – rely.
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What is Psychology? Psychology is the science of mental processes and behavior.
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What is Psychology? The scientific study of behavior and mental processes (humans and animals) Covers what we….. Think Feel Do Largest association of.
What is Psychology? What do psychologists do? How have psychologists affected our lives?
Step Up To: Psychology by John J. Schulte, Psy.D. From Myers, Psychology 8e Worth Publishers.
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Early Beginnings – The Greeks Aristotle – 300 BC – Theorized about: Learning and Memory Motivation and Emotion Perception and Personality But, not very.
Chapter 1 What is Psychology?. Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and mental processes Psychology is the scientific study of behavior and.
© 2008 The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Chapter 1 What is Psychology?
History and Goals of Psychology. Psychology is... the scientific study of behavior. – Science = evidence obtained through controlled procedures – Behavior.
Chapter 1 Introducing Psychology. What is Psychology? The science that seeks to understand behavior and mental processes.
Unit 1: Psychology’s History and Approaches. What is Psychology?
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Tuesday, August 25 Objective: Trace the historical and philosophical development of Psychology as a science Assignment: Complete Fields of Psychology chart.
Psychology Chapter 1 Review. Which psychologist introduced reinforcement?
Roots, History, Approaches. Roots Early questions: Connection between mind & body? Ideas – innate or experiential? “Psych” – mind; “ology” – study (Aristotle)
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Of Psychology HISTORY. a. Pre-Scientific I.HISTORY Socrates & Plato - knowledge is born within us. - Introspection - Examining one’s own thoughts & feelings.
The Psychodynamic Perspective: Psychodynamic theorists, most notably Sigmund Freud, argued that thought and behavior are determined by unconscious conflicts.
I NTERACTIVE P RESENTATION S LIDES F OR I NTRODUCTORY P SYCHOLOGY.
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