Psychology Exam #1 (Dr. Harrison) Study Guide!
Psychology Exam #1 (Dr. Harrison) Study Guide! PSYCH 1004
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This 3 page Study Guide was uploaded by Hayli Maloney on Tuesday September 20, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSYCH 1004 at Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University taught by Prof. BB DeVore in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 13 views.
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Psychology Study Guide: Exam #1 Research Methods: What is Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle? What are the types of studies? What is the Arousal theory? Define the Yerkes Dodson Law. What is the only design that you can infer a causality statement from? What is the mindbody controversy? How does localization work? Biological Bases: What is responsible for restoring cell to resting state so it can fire again?? What is responsible for maintaining the resting state?? What are each of the following drugs’ functions: curare, scopolamine, atropine, botulism, nerve gas (DFP)? What is the structure in the brain critical for learning? Neuropsychology: Who is better at detecting lying politicians: a person with no damage to the brain or a person with damage to their left brain? Why? What is important to know about La Metri? In the experiment with the spoons, which brain sees the spoon to the left? Why is this? If you grab something with your left hand, which side of your brain sees it? Sensation: What is responsible for photopic vision rod receptors which are responsible for scotopic vision? What is the absolute threshold? Perception: What do nativists believe? Empiricists? Are humans malleable? Define the laws of perpetual organization: Law of Continuity: Law of Proximity: Law of Similarity: Law of Closure: Development: What is the Cohort Effect? What is the difference between Rationalists and Empiricists? What are the primary functions of each Piaget Stage? Sensorimotor: Preoperational: Concrete Operational: Formal Operational:
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