Exam 1 Review
Exam 1 Review 80489 - PSYC 2010 - 002
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Psychology 201 Jorgensen August 29 2015 EXA EVE Chapters 1 and 2 Terms to Know Base Rate Psychology Empiricism Structuralism Functionalism Psychoanalysis Behaviorism Humanism Cognitive Psychology Biological Psychology Evolutionary Psychology Experiment Random Assignment Population Sample Random Sampling Experimenter Bias Placebo Effect Single Blind Study Double Blind Study Lorum lpsum Dolor You should be able to list Theoretical Perspectives I Psychoanalysis 2 Behaviorism 3 Humanism 4 Cognitive Psychology 5 Biological Psychology 6 Evolutionary Psychology Steps in Scienti c Observation I Formulate aTestable Hypothesis 2 Select Research Method and Design of Study 3 Collect the Data 4 Analyze the Data and Draw Conclusions 5 Report the Findings Parts of Experimental Research I Must contain independent and dependent variable and experimental and control group 2 Random Assignment 3 Large Groups Psychology 201 Hypothesis Theory Falsifiability Correlation Descriptive Statistics nfe re ntial Statistics Central Tendency Standard Deviation People to Know Wilhelm Wundt G Stanley Hall Freud John Watson BF Skinner Dates to Know 1879 First Psychology Lab Germany 1900s Freud founded psychoanalysis 1950 1960s Watson founded Behaviorism 1950 1960s Biological Psychology began 1950s Cognitive Psychology began 1970s Cognitive Psychology surpassed Behaviorism Lorum lpsum Dolor Jorgensen August 29 2015 Common B idses Experimenter Bias Placebo Effect Correlation Rules Sign determines Whether it is positive or negative Number determines strength one is perfect correlation zero is no correlation All correlations fall between negative one and positive one Remember Correlation does not Prove Causation example there is a correlation between drowning and ice cream yet we cannot assume that ice cream causes drowning instead we assume that another variable is affecting both in this case it is most likely warm weather kids are more likely to swim and therefore drown in warm weather and are more likely to eat ice cream in warm weather Even if this was a perfect correlation Where drowning always occurred alongside ice cream eating we could not assume that the ice cream caused the drowning or the drowning caused children to eat ice cream Rememba39 Stimulus Response Self Concept thatyoucdo Law Effect notneedto Personal Application for Chapter 2 39 39 Figure 22 Figure 29 p 47 49
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