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by: Sarah Lawlor

psych200210-1215 Psy 200

Sarah Lawlor
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Sarah Lawlor on Monday February 16, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to Psy 200 at San Francisco State University taught by Dr. Lynch in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 18 views. For similar materials see Sarah Lawlor in Psychlogy at San Francisco State University.

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Date Created: 02/16/15
Psychology 200 Study guide 1 0 Experimental psychology started in the 17th century Words to know 0 Structuralism a psychological theory of human consciousness Q Functionalismadaptation process of mental behaviors O Gestalt Psychology the theory of humans functioning separately and individually 4 levels of Analysis 0 Biologicalbehavior from genetics and brain 0 Psychologicalstudy of behavior and mental process Socialcultural Importance of social and cultural context Evolutionary behavior based off adaptation Scientific Method 1 eweww Neurons Made up of Question Research Hypothesis Test in experiment Analyze Data Draw conclusion Placebo effect is when no one knows if he or she received the true experiment Correlation is the third variable in the experiment which speaks for data dendrites cell body axon terminal button electrochemical communication synapse cleft Types of neurons sensory motor interneurons Language is taught due to the brain giving us the ability to learn Types of Neurotransmitters Q Acetylcholine Q Monoamines Parts of Brain 0 Central Spinal SystemCSS Brain and Spinal cord 0 Cerebellum Balance and movement 0 Brain stem Relays messages from cerebellum Controls heartbeat Blood pressure swallowing coughing Reticular Formation arousal and attention


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