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Date Created: 10/18/15
Consciousness awareness of ourselves and our surrounding environment Euroimaging EEG CT PET glucose MRI fMRIoxygen Dual Processing simultaneously Conscious deliberate Unconscious automatic When you have a problem in your math class and you Will like you can never solve it Then next day you come back and look at it you can easily solve it That is because your brain is still processing the information even though we aren t looking at it no more Attention Selective attention inattentional blindness change blindness Dual Task Deficit we can t do multi task because we can not process information at the same time Psychoactive Drugs chemicals that affect psychology processes Substance abuse dependence Withdrawal Tolerance need more drugs to get the same affect Depressants decreases Central Neuron System actiVity sedation Stimulants increases Central Neuron System actiVity alertness hyperactivity Hallucinogens alter perceptions create sensory experiences In uences on drug use Biology genetic predisposition Psychological behavioral learning Social Peer Family Oct 13 Human Building Blocks 46 chromosomes 23 pairs double helix strand DNA gene 1 unit of heredity code for proteins Genome all the genetic info for 1 person genes Phenotype Observable out come Twin And Adoption Studies Heredity gt enVironment EPIGENETICS scientific study of gene enVironment interaction Evolutionary Psychology Natural Selection traits leading to increase reproduction are most likely passes on Random Genetic Mutations obesity thrifty phenotype selective breeding eg foxes sexuality gender differences gender role Environment all non genetic in uences Parents Caregivers Peers Culture Gender development Biological SeX Gender genes Internal sense of being malefemale l Prenatal development 4 5 month biological circulating seX hormones 2 Psychological amp Social a Gender Roles Acceptable bahaviors b Modeling Social learning Developmental Psychology 1 Nature versus Nurture 2 Continuity versus Stages Prenatal Development Terminal Stages week 0 2 Embryonic Stage week 3 8 Fetal Stage week 9 birth Teratogens Anything that can cause death or birth defects including viruses drugs and chemicals that impair prenatal development Infancy 1 Automatic movement occurring in response to a particular stimulus a Babinski Re ex feet b Stepping Re ex walk c Palmar grabing Re ex grabing 2 Social Responsiveness 3 Scent preference for mother Infancy and Childhood Brain Development Transient exuberance pruning Paiget Stages 1 Sensorimotor stage 2 Preoperational stage 3 Concrete operations 4 Formal operations
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