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Psych 1010 week 1 terms and definitions

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Date Created: 02/18/16
PSYCH LAB 1 notes Memory: I find memory very interesting, due to how much capacity one single brain can have. It can remember many different things out there in the world. It is like a powerful database, which can store unlimited amount of things. Emotion: It represents how some one feels at a specific time. It is interesting how people react differently to each situation and have different emotions such as happy, sad and so on. The brain can determine the situation and put you in the mood that the situation leads you into. Ethics: People have different values and beliefs. What one person might find important, may not really matter for someone else. People have different guidelines and rules they make for themselves. I find it cool how people sometimes can end up respecting complete opposite things. Thinking: Every person thinks in different ways. When there is a problem, which needs to be solved, each brain thinks of unique ways to solve it. It is cool how thinking can reveal who the person is and their character. This was a study of facial expressions. People were put through different types of situations to see how each individual reacts. It was done to find out whether there were specific types of faces people made for the similar situations, or did it just vary from person to person. It was found that it does actually just vary from person to person, and that it was really hard to latter on figure out which expression went with which situation. This experiment did not go against too many ethical codes, except the time he made them kill a rat. Other than that Landis was very polite in the way he treated his subjects. He respected their feeling and emotions. The people obeyed to most of the instructions he told them, regardless of how disgusting it was. Even when few people said they wouldn’t be able to do it due it being so disgusting, Landis helped them out and did some parts for them. It would have been better if he had probably just found a really disgusting video online and just showed them it instead of making them actually perform it. This would of still done the same job while saving the lives of those innocent rats.


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