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Intro to Psych 102

by: Autumn Francois

Intro to Psych 102 PSYCH 102

Autumn Francois
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Introductory Psychology
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Autumn Francois on Sunday February 7, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSYCH 102 at University of Wisconsin Green Bay taught by Dennis N. Lorenz in Winter 2016. Since its upload, it has received 52 views. For similar materials see Introductory Psychology in Psychlogy at University of Wisconsin Green Bay.


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Study Guide Chapter 1 Intro to Psych Define 1. Psychology: 2. Functionalism: 3. Structuralism: 4. Anthropomorphism: Fill in the Blanks 5. The goal of psychology is to understand, predict, and ____________ behavior. 6. Psychologists use ____________ Method 7. The parents of psychology were Physiology & ______________ 8. The three categories of sciences are Natural Sciences, Humanities and _________Sciences Matching (6.- 12.) A. ____ Biological B. ____ Humanistic C._____ Psychoanalytic D. ____ Positive E. ____ Behavioral F. ____ Social-cultural G. _____ Cognitive 1. How behavior springs form unconscious drives and conflicts 2. Our capacity to choose our life patterns and not just be driven by unconscious forces or the environment 3. How behavior and thinking vary across situations and cultures. 4. How observable responses are acquired and changed 5. Emphasizes emotional wellbeing and pleasure 6. how we process, store and retrieve information develop/ use language. 7. How the body and brain create emotions and memories. Fill in the Blank 13. Descartes had what position __________? 14. Descartes proposed that Body and mind are two _________ entities. 15. Descartes is known as the father of ____________ Science? 16. William James was referred as a reactionist to the ____________________ Method? 17. James studied how _________ & ________ adapt to environments? 18. Name of James’s text written in 1890 ________________________________? 19. Who was Edward Titchener and what did he do? 20. Who used a psychoanalytic approach to study the unconscious mind and repressed irrational urges and drives? 21. What form of psychology was tested and emerged in the first years of the 20 century? 22. John B. Watson studied the relationship between ________ and an organism’s response? 23. The underlying mechanisms of ____________ similar across species, easier to study in animals Matching A. Systematic Observation B. Physiological Exp. C. Interview/ questionnaire D. Experimentation Human E. Case Study 1. Research by neurobiologists regarding 2. Written/ spoken questions and subsequent responses 3. in-depth assessment of a person, involves variety of methods 4. Questionnaires, interviews, or behavioral observations, testing individual against large group of similar subjects. 5. Careful watching/ recording of behavior in natural or lab settings 6. Systematic manipulation of stimulus variables to determine effects on humans


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