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Study Guide 2: Part 1

by: Carson Lopez

Study Guide 2: Part 1 PSY 100

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This is the review I have so far, it's much more detailed than the first one I made, hope it helps out! I will add to it and upload the last part of it after her lecture on Tuesday when we go ov...
General Psychology
Dr. Jisook Park
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This 2 page Study Guide was uploaded by Carson Lopez on Thursday March 3, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to PSY 100 at a university taught by Dr. Jisook Park in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 22 views.


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Date Created: 03/03/16
Review for Test on Thursday (Test date: March 10) Read over: Synesthesia Ch. 4 p. 79-100, 105-106 Ch. 5 Ch. 6 p. 133-148 What to Know: 1. Classical Conditioning a. Pavlov’s Experiments i. Conditioned/Unconditioned Response/Stimulus 1. Example: a. Unconditioned Response – salivation b. Unconditioned Stimulus – food power c. Conditioned Response – responding to buzzer by salivating d. Conditioned Stimulus – buzzer b. Shaping (pg 91) 1. Example: toilet-training infants c. Reinforcement 1. Example: a. Girl is complimented on new hairstyle (positive- adds pleasant stimulus) b. Pill relieves headache (negative- takes something away) c. Kid rebuked for not doing homework (punishment –adds unpleasant stimulus) 2. Behaviorism a. Behavior modification i. Systematic application of learning principles to change behavior b. Discovery learning i. Learner-centered approach c. Constructivism i. Mental representations 3. Memory a. Encoding, storing, & retrieving b. STM (working memory) c. LTM d. Explicit vs Implicit e. 7 Sins of Memory


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