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Psych 101 week 2 notes

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Psych 101 week 2 notes 01:830:101

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Larry Jacobs
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Rachel on Wednesday September 14, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to 01:830:101 at Rutgers University taught by Larry Jacobs in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 7 views. For similar materials see Psych in Psychology (PSYC) at Rutgers University.

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Date Created: 09/14/16
Most of questions are definitions and terms. Aristotle believed that the mind and the body are connected Socrates and Pluto believed mind and body are separate Free will- belief that behavior is caused by an individual’s independent decision making Determination- the idea that every event has a cause of an event what led to what. The determinist assumption is something causes everything we do. Google the wolf boy of France Who was the father of psychology? - Wilhelm Wundt - First to distinguish philosophy from psychological - Founded introspection Student of Wilhelm Wundt, Edward Titchener was the founder of structuralism - Believed you could write exactly how ur feeling as the event is happening William James, founded of functionalism - How the mind processes behavior Charles Darwin - Founder of evolution and natural selection Francis Galton - Believed that children of movie actors have the capability to be a movie actor Alfred bidet - Founder of IQ test John B Watson - Founder of behaviorism - Believed you could shape your behavior - Little albert experiment o Took a baby and had white furry animals come to it and then banged a rock and hammer together to scare the baby. did this for 2 weeks and after that the baby was scared of white furry animals without the banging of the rock and hammer B.F skinner - Founder of theories of reinforcement o Giving dogs treats when they are being good Max Wertheimer - Too look at things as a whole and not just the part Gustav Fechner - Founder of psychophysics Abraham Maslow and Carls Rogers - Believed that people are innately good Rogers - People receiving therapy are clients, not patients Sigmund Freud - Founder of psychoanalysis - Only psychologists that believed your unconscious shaped you Mary Whiton calkins - Became president of the American psychological association Francis Cecil Sumner - First African American to receive phd in psychology from an American university


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