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This first week of class we learned about the story of psychology. There are various different approaches in contemporary and modern psychology that we go through in detail and use examples to explain. This includes the basic psychological approaches and theories.
Notes from August 17th-22nd
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This is for our first vocabulary test next Friday, September 2nd. Keep in mind before studying for this test that Mrs. Daniels will be providing us with a word bank and definitions to match them with.
Week two we talked a lot about different methods and research that affect us and the way we process things mentally. These are basics principles of psychology that will be built upon as we expand our understanding in the upcoming weeks.
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Keep in mind before studying for this test that Mrs. Daniels will be providing us with a word bank and definitions to match them with. However, while these are the definitions from the book and will h
This study guide is a tool to help you on this test. This is NOT an answer key and doesn’t guarantee that things will or won’t be on the test on this study guide, but it will include everything I beli
“The brain is wider than the sky” -Emily Dickinson
These are class note from Chapter 3!
In these notes we look over the two types of learning; operant and classical conditioning! These are forms of learning that apply to everybody, and have different positive and negative effects. If you have any questions email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
This study guide has lecture notes (plus some) and possible essay answers for the test! Hope this helps.
This week we learned about development from early age until late adulthood.
This is ONLY unit 3 vocabulary! The test will cover ALL sections of the vocabulary we've covered this semester. The other 2 units are for sale on my StudySoup page! Email me at email@example.com for ANY questions! Happy studying and good luck.