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These notes will prepare you for all the lecture material for the final exam of PSY 110: Intro to Psychology with Ray Winters.
These are the answers to the study guide to the 1st exam for the book portion of the exam.
These are the answers from the book to the study guide for exam 2 for the book portion of the exam.
These are the answers to the study guide from the book for exam 4.
Psychology 110 Chapter Notes
Many weeks of discussion notes that Professor Gillis talked about in class.
Exam 1 Review
These notes include topics like:
- Prenatal Environment
- Child Development
- Piaget's Stages
- Freud's Psychoanalytic Theory
- Miller and Dollar Gradients
Chapter 6: Learning
Notes from Week 2
Week 3 notes
Week 4 notes
Week 5 notes
Attached is a bundle of Topic 6, 7 and text questions for exam 2
Notes from PSY 110 Week 6
Notes from PSY 110 Week 7
Notes from PSY 110 Week 8
This is a complete compilation of all the lectures and notes throughout the course, separated into three tests and the final exam. There are over 70 pages of outlined notes. There are diagrams, figures and important points to review before each exam. I received an A in this course.
All of the important points from the notes we took during the first week of class. Covers the outline Dr. Gillis projects overhead during lecture and will definitely prepare you well for any test assigned on week 1 material.
Contains answers to all 93 questions, including correct answers for false questions!
First midterm study guide
All the notes needed for the first test (ch 1-5). With in class examples
All notes needed for the 2nd test (ch 6-10)
all the notes for development covered in class
All notes for abnormal psych and psychotherapy. Needed for final
all notes on abnormal psychology and psychotherapy
completed article summary
These notes cover what is going to be on exam #1 and quiz #1
Notes of one week of class. Material for exam #1.
Complete notes for exam1 with Ray Winters
PSY 110 abnormal psychology notes
Week 2 notes
Week notes 9/12
Week 4 9/14
Study guide for test on 9/19/16, covers all material from beginning of class
Dates 9/21 and 9/23
Week 8 notes for 10.17
Week 8 notes for 10.18
Week 9 notes for 10.24
Week 9 10.26
Week 9 10.28
Week 10 10.31
Week 10 11.2 notes
week 10 11.4 notes
Exam 3 study guide
Week 11 11.7 notes
Part four notes 11.11
Week 12 11.14 notes
Week 12 11.16 notes
Week 12 notes 11.18
Week 13 notes 11.28
Week 13 11.30 notes
Week 13 12.2 notes
Week 14 12.5 notes
Study guide for the final exam
Study guide for our final exam
These notes go over week 1 notes of the science of psychology and philosophy, and the applications of these sciences
These notes cover what reality is and the relationship between variables. They also cover neuropsychology and biopsychology.
this study guide is what will be featured on the next exam
These notes cover perception, cognitive psychology, memory, and a little information on emotion which will be continued in next weeks notes.
this study guide covers the material we've discussed
These notes cover behavior, different types of conditioning, and learning.
these notes go over developmental psychology and socialization in different stages of life.
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psych notes week 8
this is the final exam review guide
These notes go over operations, symbolization, and introduces a lot of new vocabulary and psychologist theories.
These notes cover the end of section 2 and the beginning of section 3. It goes over generalization, locus of control, Bandura, humanistic psychology, the self, and more..
These notes go over the 5-Factor model, introduces several important psychologists and their theories, and personality tests.
These notes review stress, individual differences, Psychosomatic medicine, psychopathology, and introduces the DSM list.
Many people missed this class.
Everything up until now.
Since we are not done learning the material yet from Mr. Gillis, there is still more information needed to add before our exam- but this is everything so far, and thus, most of it.
These notes cover the section of social psychology. This set is missing 1 or 2 days of classes so be sure to still be able to answer all the questions from the review questions.
this includes definition of psychology, history of psychology, school of thoughts, Sigmund Freud, trends in psychology nowadays, operational definition, and 5 research methods.
Additionally, i have attached notes about 'how to ace this class' which was in presentation during the lecture.
These notes cover Professor Gillis' Introduction to Psychology
These notes cover the scientific side of psychology and include information that will be on the exam but is not in the textbook.
This is a comprehensive study guide that covers all the important information from the lectures, study sheet, and textbook for the upcoming exam.
These notes cover several of Professor Gillis' lectures including the brain, sleep, and perception
These notes cover the beginning of the second unit after test 1
These notes cover the chapters on learning and memory
These notes cover all the information for exam two, including information specifically from lectures as well as the textbook.
These notes cover Dr. Gillis' lectures on personality
These notes cover lectures on Forgetting, Miscellaneous Topics, and Motivation
These notes comprehensively cover Dr. Gillis' lectures on Development
psy 110 exam 2 study guide
part of abnormal psychology
These notes cover Professor Gillis' lectures on developmental and social psychology. They include real world examples and sample test questions.
These notes cover all of Professor Gillis' lectures on abnormal psychology
These notes cover the remainder of Professor Gillis' lectures on abnormal psychology, as well as his introduction to psychotherapy. Sample test topics are also incuded.
This study guide comprehensively covers chapters 14 and 15, as well as reviews topics from the entire semester. It also includes special points/definitions mentioned by Professor Gillis that are not in the textbook.