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Psychology1101JohnAnastas.pdf Psyc 1101

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Mod 1 Notes, everything from slides and things that were discussed in class
Jason Anastas
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Psychology 1101 John Anastas Module 1 Psychology is a new science 19th century Wihem Wundt 1st psychological experiment Atoms of the mind Wiliam James American psychology Mary Calkins APA in 1905 Sigmund Freud clinical psychology Jean Piaget developmental psychology children van Pavlov dog with the bell study of learning classical conditioning 1920 Behaviorism study of what we can see study things we notice Watson child scared of the bunny and anything that resembled the bunny Skinner pigeons Humanistic Psychology feelings focused on growth potential and the need for love and acceptance 1960 Cognitive Revolution computer were thought of as ways to think about the brain Mental process rather than behaviors Cognitive neuroscience Psychology how you think and also what you do the science of behavior and mental process Nature ruled more by genes Nurture environment scientist realize that it is a combination of both nature and nurture that predicts the way you react to things Viewing them as interacting rather than separate We are individual parts of larger systems then subsystems Plato believed that nature was the most important Aristotle traits are unborn comes from external world and can be fixed Bidirectional Influences we change and are changed by the world around us Environment Neural Activity Genetic Activity Biological Psychological Behavioral or mental process social cultural Neuroscience brain body change the way you think Evolutionary natural selection anything that promotes survival Behavioral Genetics thoughts comes from genes environment Psychodynamics Bad behavior comes from unconscious Behavioral learn observable responses Cognitive encode information Social Cultural behaviors vary across all humans what changes and why Basic Research Biological explore brain and mind Developmental study womb to tomb Cognitive study perceive think and solve problems Personality investigate Applied Clinical studies helping people with disorders Counseling need help with cooping Most popular Educational helps in school Industrial Organizational helping in the workplace


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