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Basic Concepts in Psychology

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Basic Concepts in Psychology PSYC 100

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This 1 page Study Guide was uploaded by Watson Stamm Jr. on Monday September 28, 2015. The Study Guide belongs to PSYC 100 at George Mason University taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 30 views. For similar materials see /class/215174/psyc-100-george-mason-university in Psychlogy at George Mason University.


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Date Created: 09/28/15
Psyc 100 Study Guide for Exam 1 Names to know Hippocrates Gall Wundt Freud Jung Bowlby Harlow Ainsworth Piaget Spelke 1 Chapter 1 a Origins of Psychological science i Assumptions of ancient Greek scientists ii Mindbody problem iii Scienti c method iv Birth of Psychology P39 39 F quot quot I r quot b Categories of data collection descriptive experimental 7 c Methods descriptive experimental know each i Data analysis correlation inferential statistics ii Interpretation issues 2 Chapter 2 Personality d Psychodynamic theories 7 Freud Jung e Five Factor model i Gosling study f Personality and Heredity i Nature and Nurture and tabula rasa ii Temperament 7 Caspi et al and Dunedin Longitudinal Study iii Temperament and genetics 7 Bouchard and Minnesota Study of Twins Reared Apart g Environmental in uences i Reciprocol determinism ii Nonshared environment iii Power of parents iv Power of peers v In uence of culture no lecture h Inner Experience and personality i Humanist Psychology no lecture ii Positive Psychology i Brain and personality i Phineas Gage ii Localization of function 3 Chapter 3 Development j Prenatal 7 in uences k Newborn re exes 1 Effects of culture on development In Attachment Bowlby i Contact comfort and Harlow s experiments ii Stranger anxiety and Ainsworth experiments iii Types of attachment n Cognition


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