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The first week of notes including a brief overview of how to use SONA. These notes do not include any material covered in the lab periods. All future notes will solely cover objectives and topics taught during lectures.
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Week 1 reading for Psychology 202, includes definitions and list of influential psychologists
Week 2 of lecture notes covering Scientific Method and Bio-psychology
Psychological science, theories, brain, biological functions, and more.
Notes on lessons on themes of psychological science, Dualism, structuralism, introspection, functionalism, adaptation, Gestalt psychology and the power of the unconscious.
Scientists mentioned include Rene Descartes, Wilhelm Wundt, Edward Titchener, William James, Charles Darwin, Max Wetheimer and Sigmund Freud.
Lecture notes on the scientific method and its process, scientific inquiry, types of research in psychology, the nervous system, brain function and structure and brain communication with body.
Lecture notes discussing stress, its factors (including physical, social and socioeconomics) and the body’s reaction to stress in detail. Also, includes lessons of Genetics: genetic codes, genetic roles, Genetics X Environment, genetic expression, behavioral genetics, heritability, genetic modification, genetic mechanisms and epigenetics.
Week 3 of lecture notes
Week 4 reading notes
Week 4 lecture notes
Lecture notes on personality: Type A and Type B personality. Traits and characteristics of personalities. Situationism, emotions, self development process and emotional regulation/expression.
Scientists mentioned include Gordon Allport, Odbert, Eysenck, Walter Mischel and James Gross
Last minute study guide. Fill in the remaining concepts for practice.
Emotions and facial expressions, and their role in communicating expression. How does emotion serve as a cognitive, social, physiological and cognitive component? The role of Emotions in strengthening
Week 6 lecture covering child and cognitive development.
Chapter 9 reading notes
The study of developmental psychology, and the differences between continuous and discontinuous development. The importance of critical and sensitive periods and their role on marking permanent and las
These are the Motivation lecture notes
These are the notes from the Social Development lecture
Lecture notes discussing the study of psychopathology. Includes the Diathesis-Stress Model and the Transactional Model of Psychopathology. The use of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) and the implications it has on current psychology. In-depth notes on Autism, Mood Disorders, Schizophrenia, Anxiety Disorders, Depression, Bipolar, PTSD and OCD.
Week 7 lecture notes
Week 8 notes focusing on psychotherapy and other treatments
Psychology 202: Mind and Society SECOND Midterm Study Guide, including key notes and basic knowledge, such as vocabulary and important people. For in-depth notes, review previous notes.
Includes notes from Chs 9-14, as well as a link to quizlet with all key terms defined through chs 9-14.
These notes cover week two of class.
These notes cover what was talked about in class all of week one.
Week 1 notes for psychology 202
Week 1 Notes
Week 2 Notes + Lab
These notes cover week 3 of class.
This study guide is for the first midterm in psych 202. It will help you review for the test.
These notes cover what was talked about in week 4 of class.
These notes cover February 1st's class, the last class before the midterm.
Detailed study guide for Mind and Society first midterm
These notes cover week 7 of class.
These notes cover week 8 in class.
These notes cover all of class week 10
This study guide covers what will be on the final!
Research Methodology, Scientific Method, Statistical Analysis
Key questions, study tips
Chapter 2, 8, 9
Thinking and Intelligence
These are the Psychology 202, week 1, lecture notes.
The notes for the lecture and the guest global health lecture.
Chapter 9: Human Development
In class lecture and textbook reading notes for PSY 202 Chapter 10: Emotions and Motivation. Happy Friday!
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These notes will cover what will be on the next midterm exam, more to come soon.
This is a study guide for the upcoming midterm for psych 202
Week 7 class notes
Class notes for March 9th.
These are the notes on specific personality disorders.
These are the in class notes for March 16, the final class. There is some final review included.
Here is a study guide for midterm number one- good luck!