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Date Created: 10/25/15
Hypothesis a prediction of something Theory supported by data explanation of the way things are Controls are important to determining causality The only difference between experimental and control groups is the presence or absence of the IV Demand characteristics those aspects of an observational setting that cause people to behave as they think they should Operational definition measurement of something intangibleex shyness beauty Measure questionnaire lq test Validity study experiment measured what it was intended to measure Reliability experiment can be done more than once with the same results each time Power the ability of a measure to detect the concrete conditions specified in the operational definition Naturalistic observation observing apes i the wild Surveys are instruments designed to sample attitudes and behaviors A case study is an indepth study of a single person Neuroscience the study of the brain and spinal cord and their role in the body Convolutions wrinkles seen in the outer part of the brain due to how small it has to be squeezed to fit inside the skull Cortex outer skin highest function is thinking has 100 billion cells Two kinds of cells neurons and glial Lobes Frontal parietal occipital temporal Thalamus a subcortical below cortex structure in the forebrain that channels sensory information to the proper lobe of the cortex Glial cells support nourish and protect neurons Motor cortex area rear of the frontal lobes that controls voluntary movements Sensory cortex area of the front of the parietal lobes that register and processes body sensa ons Synapse Space The outside of the cell has more energy than the inside of the cell Depolarization positive Na moving across the membrane into the cell Action potential nerve cell firing change in polarity negative to more positive Hippocampus structure in the brain that facilitates formation of memory cerebellum little brain Hypothalamus is under the thalamus and functions are different It controls the maintenance functions such as eating helps govern the endocrine system linked to emotion and reward
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