Week 1 - history + scientific methods
Week 1 - history + scientific methods TPSYCH101
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TPSYCH 101 D Instructor Leighann Chaffee Psychology is a science that both study behavior and mental process Historical roots for PSYCH O Wilhelm Wundt 1832 1920 Structure of the mind 0 William James Functionalist how the brain functions 0 Freud l psychoanalysis l Unconscious l Things that happened in our childhood will impact our lives Things that we don t get when we were young we are more likely to try to get it once we grew up Theones O Behaviorism is an objective science focusing on observing people s behaviors l SKINNER Skinner box I IVAN PAVLOV conditioned reflex O Humanistic Psychology basically focus on individual satisfaction you need to have the basic needs met in order to get success and be happy I MASLOW 0 Cognitive Psychology focus on mental process like how you think and how your memorize and how you process it BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL Bio the biological impact Psychology psychological impact Social how your surrounding impact you Research Methods Subfield of psychology 0 Research 0 Basic 9 Applied 0 Clinical 0 Master degree 0 Doctoral Ph D Psy D O MED MD Empirical Science research 0 Scientific attitude 9 Curiosity O Humility O Skepticism doubt the truth Intuition Hindsight Bias Over confident Some random events happened that just right at the moment I Example The forecast octopus Paul in World Cup Scientific Method 0 Ask a question 0 Hypothesis l Operational definition 0 Test l Descriptive case study I Correlation some how related but not the factor that cause it 9 Positive correlation as one variable increase so does the other one 0 Negative correlation inverse relationship I Causation the factors that can sure cause it changed 0 Analyze data I Compare with your hypothesis 0 Confirm reject then go back to the hypothesis and do it again 0 Publish Experiment 0 independent variable the variable that can be changed or controlled 0 dependent variable the variable that is being measured
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