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These are my notes for the reading we had to do on Biopsychology.
These are the notes from January 14th.
Covers most of first and second week of notes from class and some from textbook and some from lecture
Study guide for Ch 6, 7, and 8
These notes cover in class material + some out of class up until Spring Break
These notes cover the topics about the States of Consciousness. It goes into detail about: What is consciousness?, Biological Rhythms, and Problems with Circadian Rhythms.
These notes cover all the material of Biopsychology. It breaks down into Human Genetics, Cells of the Nervous System, Parts of the Nervous System, The Brain and the Spinal Cord, and The Endocrine System. These notes are hand written so the document says 1 page but it is actually 9 pages long.
These notes cover all of Chapter 4: States of Consciousness and almost all of Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception. These notes are handwritten so even though it says 1 page it is actually 14 pages of notes! :)
class notes up to end of spring break + book notes from chapter 3
Notes for all of Module 3, some in class, some from book
first couple of weeks of module 4
notes all the way up to the exam
first week of module 5 notes, only one day's worth, first class after module 4 exam
this study guide covers stress, psychological disorders, and treaments
A concise overview of the Elementary Psychology course.
This is a summary of the notes we took on Wednesday, 8/31/2016.
These notes cover what the teacher went over in class .
These notes include a detailed summary of in-class lectures as well as additional vocabulary covered in the readings.
These notes cover the first week of Intro Psychology.
Notes from lectures on August 15/17/19 w/ added dictionary definitions highlighted in bold
These are notes over chapters 1 and 2. This is what we will be tested on the upcoming exam.
This study guide covers everything that we learned in class. There is also a mini quiz with answers at the end.
These notes cover what will be on the exam on Monday. This study guide covers only chapter 1.
These notes cover what will be on the exam on Monday.
This study guide covers all the material that will be on the first midterm. Please email me with any questions! email@example.com.
These notes cover what will be on the Monday's exam.
This study guide is separated into chapters 1 and 2 with practice questions at the beginning of each. The best way to use this guide is to complete the questions and only read the sections you either missed or are unfamiliar with.
Please let me know if you have any other questions!
These notes include a summary of the in-class lecture as well as the information covered in the readings this week.
Notes covering remainder of chapter 1 and all of chapter 2 from lectures and textbook. Important vocab in bold, added images/diagrams.
These notes include the material we went over in class and the material from the readings.
In this section, we learn how sensation and perception are related to behavior.
Notes from week 3 of class. August 29/31 & September 1
From the first week of lectures - Aug. 15/17/19
Notes from textbook and class - Aug 29/31, Sep 2
First test covers weeks 1-3, and is NOT a midterm :) September 7th!
These notes cover what we covered in class (week 5).
These notes cover informal and normative social influence, consequences of social influence and Asch's research on conformity.
This study guide covers what will be on our second midterm (social influence). Please email me with questions!
These notes cover the material we went over in class, and it also has material from the book. I've included a quiz at the end of the study guide.
These notes cover everything we went over of chapter 4. This material will be on the upcoming exam.
Introduction to the Science of Psychology
Biology and Behavior
This study guide covers up to the most recent lecture this week and includes vocabulary,reading summaries, and overviews of in-class activities.
Hearing and Perception
Notes for all topics covered in Week 5 of the course. This includes material from both the in-class lectures and required readings.
All of chapter 5: learning. Vocabulary in bold. Overviews of important/relevant psychological studies from simplypsychology.org included.
These notes cover everything that we've gone over in class this week.
These notes cover compliance and Milgram's experiment on obedience.
Notes from class 9/17 through 9/21
These notes cover what we learned in class and also has information from the book.
These notes cover genetics and behavior
This study guide covers genetics and behavior which will be on our third midterm.
Remainder of chp.7, beginning of chp.8
Study guide for chapters 5-8
This study guide covers everything that we have gone over in class, and it also has information from the textbook as well.
These notes cover what we did in class, and it also has material from the textbook.
Chapter 8 notes. **THE BEGINNING OF CHAPTER 9 (from Friday 10/7) WILL BE INCLUDED ON NEXT WEEK'S NOTES.
This includes all information from class and the textbook readings!
These notes cover what's going to be on test 3
These notes cover everything that we've gone over in class this week.
These notes cover the nervous system.
Week 9 notes
These notes cover what will be on Dr. Achee's fourth midterm on neurology.
These notes cover the cerebral cortex, contralateral representation, and interesting questions of neurology. Week 10 continues the chapter on neurology.
Notes from lectures/readings for week 10
This study guide covers all lectures and material found within the readings!
Notes for week 7
Notes for week 8
Notes for week 9
Notes for week 10
Notes for week 11 of psych.
These notes have more info on questions of neurology
Study guide for exam 3, chapers 9-11
These notes cover sleeping and dreaming
Notes from week 1 of PSYC1101
Notes from week 12 of PSYC1101
This study guide covers everything that will be on our 5th test. This includes sleeping, dreaming and developmental psychology.
These notes cover developmental psychology and Piaget's theory
Week 14 Notes.
Psychology Week 15 Notes
This study guide covers what will be on our last test.
covers Piaget and attachment
These notes cover developmental psych and psych disorders
These are the notes from the second and third day of class! So January 9th and 11th.
photo of my cruise
notes cover first two slideshows shown 1/09 and 1/11
Notes from Friday class, 1/13/17
General overview of the chapter one and two topics on test one.
Notes start with the continued notes from January 13 and then carry over into chapter 2 Notes
Chapter 2 notes with parts of the brain
Here are my detailed notes for our second week of class!
First out of two parts for the exam 1 study guide for Dyckman's class. Covers all of chapter 1.
Over the parts of the brain
here are my detailed notes from the third week of class
includes the introduction to sensation as well as the notes on the eye and vision
Notes on sound and the ear
Notes on perception and the different principles of perception
Includes notes about consciousness and sleep.
Study guide over notes from January 27 - February 8
notes on the altered states of consciousness.
This study guide has all of the vocabulary as well as 30 open-ended questions that, if you answer them, will let you know that you know this material pretty well. Good luck on the exam!
notes cover classical and operant conditioning
Notes on observational and latent learning
notes from class on February 20 and 22
notes on the brain and memory
notes over knowledge and cognition
Notes on development
notes of infant development and reflexes
Notes ending physical development and beginning socioemotional development
Notes over stress and facial expressions
Covers everything from developmental psychology to stress and emotion. Classes from March 13- 22
Notes on the personal control and the experiment behind personal control.
notes beginning psychological disorder
Notes over the DSM and common types of psychological disorders
Notes over Major Depressive Disorder, the criteria, and signs of MDD in different age groups.
This study guide contains vocabulary as well as some basic questions that, if you can answer them, means that you have a very good chance of performing well on this exam!
Covers Chapters One and Parts of Chapter 2
This study guide is filled with questions that will get your brain thinking and prepare you well for the final exam.
This chapter explains research methods, why research is important, approaches to research, analyzing findings, and ethics.
Chapter 6 and Chapter 7
learning, intelligence and memory
These are notes on Chapters 11, 12, 14 and 15.
Notes from class today. Things to memorize!