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PSY 150, Lecture & Textbook Notes 1

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Structure of Mind & Behavior
Dr. Adam Lazarewicz

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Intro, History, & Psychology Approaches
Structure of Mind & Behavior
Dr. Adam Lazarewicz
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Psychology, Structure of Mind and Behavior




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Date Created: 01/20/16
PSY 150A1 With Prof Lazarewicz Lecture Notes 1 Intro History amp Approaches Introduction 0 Psychology scienti c studies of behaviors and metal processes Behaviors are what people do Mental processes are what people think 0 People have hindsight bias tendency to think they knew the outcome before it happened An quotlknewitalongquot mentality 2 Roots of Psychology Studies 0 Biological workings of the body Hippocrates Believed illness was due to an imbalance of body uids humors Phrenology personality prediction from features of the skull Size of brain region proportional to ability 0 Skull adapts to shape of brain 0 Logic amp speculation to comprehend reality amp experience Locke Tabula rasa quotblank slatequot Beginnings of Psychology 0 Structuralism identify quotstructuresquot of the mind introspection not every mental process available amp research couldn39t be replicated so theories failed European movement Wundt opened 1st psychology lab 1 of 2 fathers of psychology 1St formal movement in psychology 0 Functionalism mind helps to adapt to the world American movement James wanted to apply principles for better understanding better teachings etc 2 of 2 fathers of psychology In uenced by Darwin 0 Gestalt psychology the whole is greater than the sum of its parts Primarily focused on perception Brain organizes incoming info into perceptional units 0 Psychoanalytic theory psychodynamic Freud physician who founded psychoanalysis Psychoanalysis most unconscious urges are sexual andor aggressive in nature Separate parts of the mind some conscious others unconscious Thoughts amp behaviors tension between conscious amp unconscious constant internal battle Behaviorism observable behaviors amp how we develop them 0 Stimulusresponse relationships that cause rewards and punishments o 2 responses Humanistic psychology PSY 150A1 With Prof Lazarewicz Growth potential of healthy beings Love belongingness acceptance needs Cognitive psychology 0 We think like computers 0 Brain hardware mechanical functions amp systems 0 Mental processes software coding How info is remembered and used 0 Memory language thinking decision making problem solving etc PSY 150A1 With Prof Lazarewicz Textbook Notes Evolutionary psychology deals with behavior and its in uences by genetics Behavioral genetics inherited behavior is exhibited amp how behaviors are inherited whether environment in uences our behaviors Neuroscience perceptive how does the brain effect behavior nervous system etc Humanistic behavior is controllable amp people want to be the best they can be Cognitive thinking amp understanding the world Behavioral behavior should be measurable Psychodynamic unconscious motivations amp individuals have no control Free will people can choose what they do and do not do nothing uncontrollable Determinism people cannot choose what they do behavior stems from nature and things they cannot control


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