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In week one we covered six types of bias and how they affect our ability to think critically. Definitions, explanations and examples of each type of bias are included on the second page of notes.
Hey guys! These notes are the notes from the first week of class! They include definitions you can easily find in the book, but also examples Dr. Segert used in class.
This is one week's notes. The class I have is Tuesday and Thursday. I write down what Professor Segert goes over each class. Each upload is for two classes worth of notes.
Disregard Wednesday, August 26 for there were no noted gone over during the lecture
These notes introduced the course, and cover the basics to start up the psychology class. Topics covered are: Bias and Scientific thinking.
Hey guys! These notes are all of the notes taken the first week of class. The are very detailed, and contain a lot of examples! Hope you enjoy.
Define psych science
Define critical thinking & critical thinker
8 major biases in thinking and resulting in errors in reasoning
This is the notes for Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology
These notes highlight the scientific method, the four goals, frontline-prisoners of science, and the descriptive way to make studies.
Hello Everyone! These notes contain all the information Dr. Segert spoke about in the second week of classes. Hope you enjoy!
Chapter 1 Intro to Psychology and Chapter 2 Psychological Research lecture notes
Covers all of Chapter 2 and half of Chapter 3
These notes cover what the scientific method is (hypothesis, theory, etc.), and how it is used. Definitions and examples are included, also a quick summary of the video we watched in class is included. Then, all the types of descriptive studies (observational, naturalistic, etc.) are included with definitions and examples. Lots of information here! Please take a look!
Learning Objectives: History of Psych since 1879, Nature/Nurture debate, mind/body problem, and major schools of thought.
Learning Objectives: Recent developments in psych science and subfields of psych
Learning Objectives: 4 primary goals of science, scientific method, and theories, hypotheses, and research
Here is Chapter 2 Notes!!!
Here are the notes for Chapter 1 from the book and notes from the first lecture.
Here are the notes from the book for Chapter 2.
Here are the lecture notes for week 2.
In this week of notes we finished up the two other of the three types of research design (correlation and experimental). Then briefly went over some introductory information about the brain, its parts, and techniques to study it. Six and a half pages of notes here! Take a look! :)
Here are the lecture notes from week 3.
Here are the book notes for chapter 3.
This week we only have one class so here are the notes for that one class, Tuesday the 15th. These notes cover functions of the parietal lobe, temporal lobe and occipital lobe. Plasticity, and some information and genes and behavior (what a genotype and phenotype are) are also covered here. Take a look :)
Here's week three of MIller's Psychology notes!
This weeks notes cover: Correlational studies, Experimental Design, Brain and Behavior, Functions of the Brain. Buy the notes to learn more about each of the topics!
Tuesdays notes because no class on Thursday. Covers: Parietal, Temporal, Occipital lobes, phantom limb, and Neuroplasticity.
Sorry they're so late!
Chapter 3 Biopsychology and Chapter 4 States of Consciousness Lecture Notes from Zimmerman's class
Prof. Zimmerman posted a Study Guide for Chapters 1-4 on Blackboard, so I compiled all the questions and answers for Chapters 1-2 on Word Documents!
Here are Chapters 3-4 Study guide answers for Zimmerman's Psych 1000 class!
Chapters 1 through 3 are covered in this study guide for the exam. Yes there is a lot of information on these pages, but it captures all the key elements my professor said would be on the exam. Lecture notes and textbook material is included in the study guide.
The key points from Chapters 1-2
Summarizes book and in class key ideas. Contents are a blank page with terms and then the same thing with answers.
Thorough study guide for the upcoming exam. Enjoy and kick this test's ass. You can do it. You are strong. You are a hustler.
Some of the key points from the lecture on Chapter 6!
These notes include different states of consciousness, split brain patients, and information about sleep deprivation. Take a look! :)
This is the study guide to the first test in Dr. Segert's Psychology 1000 class.
These notes include more information on sleep like, REM deprivation, total sleep deprivation, dreams, and sleep disorders.
These notes cover classical conditioning, and information on Pavlov's (salivating dogs) and Watson's (Little Albert) experiments.
These notes include information on treating phobias, positive and negative reinforcement and punishment, and observational learning. Pictures and tables included!! If you have trouble understanding the difference between reinforcement and punishment look at these notes! :)
These notes cover information on memory (case studies), the two long-term memory systems (explicit and implicit), as well as the anatomy of memory systems. Enjoy:)
Covers and outlines information from chapters 3, 4, 6, and 7. As well as lecture material. IMPORTANT: three extra credit questions and answers are on the last page of the study for Dr. Segert's class.
These notes cover the sins of memory and studies exploring false eyewitness testimony.
These notes cover topics on social psychology and ideas like conformity and important studies associated with the topics.
Topics covered in these notes include dissonance, bystander intervention model, ingroup/outgroup bias.
This week of notes includes information about psychological disorders.
This study guide includes text material that is need to know and all lecture material that will be covered on the exam. There are FOUR extra credit questions for Dr. Segert's class on the last page. Enjoy!
DETAILED STUDY GUIDE
These notes cover topics related to social psychology.
Chapter Ten 10
General Psychology 1000 - Miller Exam 3 Study Guide Chapters 10-15 Chapter 10: Emotion and Motivation What is the Yerkes-Dodson law? o Physiological principle that dictates that performance on challenging tasks increases with arousal up to a moderate point, and after that, performance is impaired by any additional arousal o Low arousal, low performance o High arousal, low performance o Moderate a
Learning and Memory
EXAM 3 REVIEW GUIDE st Extra Credit: Riobamba, Ecuador & July 31 & Tool & Serendipity Memory: Why We Forget Distortions of Memory Seven sins of memory-transience, blocking, absentmindedness, persistence, misattribution, bias, suggestibility Proactive Interference-Interference that occurs when prior information inhibits the ability to remember new information Retroactive Interference-Interference th
DETAILED NOTES- ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW
Unit One Chapter One 1
These notes will cover Sensation and Perception
Perception and Sensation Notes
Psychology 1000 exam 1 study guide chapters 1- 4
Notes from class lectures and chapter 2 readings
These notes cover material from class lecture and chapter 3 reading
These are notes and key terms from the book and class lecture for the exam on September 21st
These notes are from chapter 5 readings and class lectures. Ive included key terms and pictures.
The notes cover scientific thinking, how to analyze critically, and the problems that arise with different types of biases.
First class notes.
First class notes