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Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding (3rd Edition)
Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven J Lynn, Laura L. Namy, Nancy J. Woolf
Psychology: From Inquiry to Understanding (3rd Edition) Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven J Lynn, Laura L. Namy, Nancy J. Woolf
The basics of Psychology and early history
Textbook chapter outline
These notes will be covered on the first exam.
These notes will be on exam 1.
This is all the information filled out from Dr. Johnson's study guide for exam 2.
This is the completed study guide.
Sensation and Perception/The Eyes
Includes definitions, examples, and basic understanding of what people believe psychology is and what is actually is
Will add Tuesday's notes tomorrow!
Prep for next weeks quiz
Monday Wednesday Lecture missed this one, here are the notes for those who did not listen to his presentation
Material covered in recitation, just reiterated by Dr. Weisberg.
These notes cover the beginning of Chapter 4, about the concept of transduction and how the eye and ear use the process
This covers chapter 1 in the textbook!
These notes cover chapter 7 on memory
Continues on from 9-13 notes on the ear, and goes into perception and how our minds construct it
These notes covers lecture one & chapter 1
These notes cover lectures two & three & chapter 2
Summarizes 9-18 lecture on perception, then goes into memory and the three different states and its reconstruction methods
Goes over memory (short, long, explicit, implicit), and problems with memory (amnesia, Alzheimer's)
Continues with memory- creating them, remembering them
Notes on Bubba Psychology, Science & Bias, Pseudoscience
Difference between intuitive and heuristic problem solving
Reiteration of Lecture 9-27 and parts of 9-25; goes over retroactive interference as well as the two systems of thinking
Memories, Heuristics, and Problem Solving
Notes on language, the three regularities of language, and how we learn language
These notes cover lectures four & five & chapter 4
These notes cover lecture six & chapter 7
Professor spent a majority of the time going over HOW to study for the exam. I included some of that. The rest of the lecture was comprised of how social influences affect your decisions
This is all about social psychology!
The completed study guide with examples and pictures
This covers all the chapters for exam 1
Okay, so, new professor... I took Fundamentals of Neuroscience. It's my major. And everything the new professor covered today in lecture was material I spent an entire semester learning about. She went
These notes cover lectures seven, eight, & nine & chapter 8
These notes cover everything on the upcoming exam.
Finishes neuroscience unit. Goes into depth about the central and peripheral nervous systems
Covers learning processes. Associative, non-associative, types of conditioning, punishment, reinforcement...
These are book notes for chapter 6
These notes cover the rest of conditional learning from last lecture. It goes over newer material as well, such as problems in learning, and supplemental kinds of learning
covers textbook chapter 10 on development
Covers developmental psychology
Developmental Psychology/Nature vs Nurture/Infancy/Piaget and Binet
First lecture pertaining to intelligence. How do we define it? What tests for it? Where do I stand on the curve?
These notes cover potential factors that cause variation in IQ, and discrepancies that exist around IQ malleability
A set of materials for the second exam.
here you go! Enjoy!
This addresses important questions and terms to know
Personality. Who is Sigmund Freud? What are his ideas about the unconscious? Are they still pertinent in society today?
These notes cover more on Freud, as well as criticism, humanitarian psychology, and others
Covers Trait Theory and the end of humanistic theory
Trait theory and the big 5
Finishes up the Psychopathology unit; discussion on anxiety disorders
Personality/Trait Theories/Psychotherapy/Freud/Humanistic Theories
Everything you need to know for the psych final this Friday