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Psychology's Scientific Method
What is Psychology?
Biological Foundations of Behavior
A mixture of multiple choice and short answers over the material for exam 1. Chapter 4 material will be added later.
Sensation and Perception. More of chp. 4 to come next week
States of Consciousness
Covers chapters 5,6,7
These are notes about critical information discussed in Chapter 5 in "The Science of Psychology", that was covered in lecture. Discusses stages of sleeps, dreams and theories thereof, levels of consciousness, biological rhythms, and different types of drugs and their effects.
These notes cover everything that was covered in the Chapter 6 lecture during week 5. It includes real life examples and a different wording style to better clarify definitions. Includes helpful graphics.
Thoroughly discusses the new material that will be on the Exam (Exam 2). Remember to review the things learned for Exam 1. A brief overview of Exam 1 is included.
Here are the notes over the chapter about memory. Everything discussed in the lecture is written here!
Here is Chapter 9, Development class lecture notes. Covering development from prenatal to adulthood. Piaget, Erikson, and Kohlberg's theory's of development are included and explained here as well as "Ainsworth's strange situation.
Here are the lecture notes over chapter 11, which is about Gender, and chapter 12, which is about personality.
Here is a compilation of the material learned from chapters 9, 11 and 12. Don't forget to review the material learned from the previous chapters as well. Includes concepts over personality, development, and gender. Good luck!
Here are Chapters 15 & 16 for Psychology! These are all about personality disorders!
Here are the rest of Chapter 16 psychological disorders and therapies.
These notes are from the lecture. They include all examples of studies/experiments. All pertain to socail influences and and how groups relate.
These notes cover everything since the third exam, They do not include material learned from the first three exams so please remember to review the previous Study Guides. These cover everything that were in the lectures.
First week of notes.