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PSY 111 Psychological Science is a Psychology course at BYU taught by the following professor: Chris Hawk. 3 elite notetakers have produced one study material for this Psychology course.
This covers everything covered in Chapter 14 of the textbook on Psychological Disorders
These are a set of notes taken from what was lectured on in class about Chapter 15 on Psychological Therapies
Went through all the notes throughout the semester and made this study guide. Included definitions, examples given in class, and broke it up into chapters. Pretty extensive study guide. If there's something specific you wanted to look at, go under the chapter heading it would be under and it should be there. Making this certainly helped me, so I hope it helps you all prepare for the final. Good luc
These notes are a detailed, personalized take on Professor Hopkin's lectures. I really hope I explained them in a new way so that you can have a different perspective and hopefully acquire a better understanding of the material! I highlighted the important people in green and bolded the vocabulary words.
I am so sorry all of the pages are separate, but my computer wouldn't let me load them together. Anyway, this is a rough study guide of what I think will be on the test. I know Dr. Hopkin will go into more depth later, so I will tweak it then if needed!
These notes cover chapers 5 and 6
These notes are the beginning of the second unit (which will be on the second test). They cover everything we've talked about in class for chapter 5. If you are reading the textbook as well, you'll notice that he skipped the entire section of depth perception (since he didn't tell us to take notes on our own about this, I have not included any notes on the matter).
These notes are the extension of the first notes from week 5. They cover everything we've covered in class in chapters 6 and 7 so far (there will be more from chapter 7, it's just not covered yet).
These notes cover the main points that will be on our exam
This study guide is a generalized overview of all of the major topics and vocabulary terms covered in the second unit of materials. This is a study guide for the second midterm. As of now, I have not highlighted anything, but I am going to go back through and highlight in orange all of the important concepts, and highlight in blue all of the vocabulary words.
These notes cover everything Professor Hopkin covered in class from the third chunk of material so far. There will definitely be more parts to come, these are just the first section of Unit 3. I am in class every day and take very thorough notes of pretty much everything he says, so you should be very well-off for the test if you study my notes.
These notes cover the second week's worth of information in Unit 3. They cover everything we talked about from cognition to problem-solving. I try to take thorough notes, so I hope they help!
These notes cover the third portion of the third unit of class notes. This will be on the third test.
These notes cover the fourth portion of the third unit for this class. This will be on the third exam.
These notes cover the very end of unit four and the beginning notes of unit five. The main topics discussed are abnormal behaviors and psychological diseases.
This study guide covers everything for unit five that is on the final exam. It focuses on disorders and abnormal behaviors, as well as treatments.