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Psych Exam 1

by: Julia Banks

Psych Exam 1 Psych 201

Julia Banks
U of L
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This is the updated study guide for exam 1.
Introduction to Psychology
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Julia Banks on Friday January 22, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to Psych 201 at University of Louisville taught by Edna Ross in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 34 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Louisville.


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Date Created: 01/22/16
Exam One Study Guide Chapter One: Goals of Psychology include: Describe, explain, predict, and control or influence behavior 1) Who is considered the founder of Psychology and established the first psychology lab at the University of Leipzig in 1879? 2) : Titchener’s School of Psychology This school held the belief that the most complex, conscious experiences can be broken down into elemental structures. This school involved introspection. 3) Following the previous school, William James developed the school of . This school is influenced by Charles Darwin and focused how behaviors help us adapt to environments. James’s most famous students were: G. Stanley Hall : First Lab in US at Johns Hopkins and founded the American Psychology Association. Mary Whiton Calkins : First woman to complete all requirements for a PhD in Psychology but was not awarded it from Harvard because she was a woman. Margaret Floy Washburn: Frist American woman to ear an official PhD in psychology. Francis C. Sumner: First African American to receive a PhD in psychology in 1920. 4) Freud was a psychiatrist that associated interests with behaviors 5) His school of thought was called . 6) The pioneers of Behaviorism are , , and . 7) emphasized the importance of choice in human behavior. 8) perspective is based off of Freud and has emphasis on unconscious processes and early experiences. 9) perspective is based off of Watson, Pavlov, and Skinner and is the study onn how behavior is acquired and modified through experience and environment. 10) A has a medical degree and is specialized in diagnosing, treating, identifying causes, and preventing psychological disorder. 11) The following steps compose the . 1. Compose a testable question. 2. Design an experiment to test the question. 3. Analyze the data collected. 4. Report the results. 12) A tentative statement about the relationship between two or more variables and is a testable question is a . 13) is a research strategy where the researcher observes and describes behavior. 14) allows researchers to study human behaviors that cannot be ethically manipulated in an experiment. 15) What is a research strategy that is unreliable and it is easy for people to lie? 16) What is correlation? 17) The experimental method is used to demonstrate a relationship between two variables. Chapter Six: 18) What is memory? 19) The three memory processes are , , and 20) What is sensory memory? 21) How large is long-term memory’s capacity? 22) What is the duration of short-term memory? 23) What are the types of explicit memory? 24) There are two parts to the serial position effect. One is the primacy effect where the tendency to recall the first items on a list given to you and the other is what? 25) What are flashbulb memories? 26) There are two types of memory interferences. What are they?


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