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Anything/everything that we went over and more is in these notes!
Everything we talked about this week in psychology
Hi guys! Here are some notes from Psychology class. This is only chapter 1
Here are this weeks notes over chapter 5: States of Consciousness (Dreams & Drugs)!
All notes for chapter 3
All notes for chapter 4
Here are the notes for chapter 5 continued and the beginning of chapter 6 notes!
These are notes from lecture/ppts/discussion. I know Dr. C uploads all her lectures online, so these may not be helpful for everyone, but these will be a thorough and condensed version.
All the lecture notes (including chapter 8 which we didn't go over in class)
This is a thorough study guide of information from the book, as well as more applicable examples and all the terminology you'll need to know. I didn't want to repeat so much information from ppts/lectures, so check out those that I uploaded as well!
This is a thorough study guide of information from the book, as well as more applicable examples and all the terminology you'll need to know.
This is not a replacement for notes!!! I have those uploaded as well, so make sure to check them out!
Notes from last week from lecture and power points.
Cheng 1 03 November 2015 Moral Development o Preconventional: morality is judged in terms of rewards and punishments (no: they would go to jail) o Conventional: morality means pleasing others; acting as good members of society (no: against the law, against the commandments) o Postconventional: morality can transcend the law; broader principles are applied (yes: it’s the right thing to do to s
All the notes from chapters 9-12 for the exam next week!
Study guide for unit 3! This does not replace lecture notes, but combines what we cover in lecture/discussion with material from the text in a condensed form.
Notes from chapter 13, 15, and the guest lecturer over psychological disorder treatments!
Notes from chapter 13, 15, and 16 (not directly covered in class lecture). Have fun studying and good luck on finals!
It is more straightforward/factual based rather than big concepts, but hopefully the material will combat the tediousness!
All the notes needed for the final exam!
These are the notes from Thursday, January 21, the first instructional day of class. The cover the entirety of Chapter 1
Psychology 1113 Notes Week 1
These notes cover the entirety of Chapter 2.
Elements of Psychology 1113 Week 2 Notes
Elements of Psychology Notes Week 3
Psychology Study Guide Test 1
Psychology Notes Week 4
Notes over Chapter 5, week 5
These notes cover Chapter 5
The second half of Chapter 5!
These notes cover the class lecture.
Lecture notes from the 11th week of class!
FInal Exam study guide
These are the notes that summarize the contents of the first two weeks of class of the course and the first topic of the textbook. It is summarized and condensed, and it contains everything that will be included in the test.
This is a blank document.
These are the notes from the Unit 1 exam (chapter 1-chapter 5).
These notes cover everything that will be tested on the second midterm
These notes cover everything about topic 5.
Lecture notes of Chapter 10: Motivation and Emotion
These notes cover everything talked about in class during week 11 of psychology 1113.
This provides a brief overview of everything we covered in unit 3. It has all the important information for the upcoming exam!
These notes cover everything we talked about in class for chapter 12, personality.
Chapter 1: What is Psychology
Cover divisions of Psychology in job field, 7 major theoretical perspectives,