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Introduction to Psychology Scott Freng PhD Psyc 1000 What is Psychology History and Schools of Thought in Psychology Structuralism uncover the basic elements of the mind and determine how they connect and combine Functionalism determine the purposes and function of the mind History and Schools of Thought in Psychology PsychoanayticPsychodynamic theory behavior is determined by the unconscious mind Gestalt Psychology the whole is greater than the sum of the parts History and Schools of Thought in Psychology Behaviorism studies observable behavior No point in studying thinking or consciousness because they are not directly observable History and Schools of Thought in Psychology Humanism people strive to understand and better themselves and society Cognitive Psychology need to study internal processes eg thought perceptions Historically who was psychological research based on History and Schools of Thought in Psychology Cultural Psychology examines how culture influences how people think feel and behave Branches of Psychology Biological Developmental Cognitive Personality Social Psychology Clinical Psychology Counseling Psychology Distinction between applied and basic Why is psychology needed to understand human behavior So how do psychologists arrive at knowledge Formulate Hypothesis Design amp Conduct Research l Conclusions Purposes of Research 1 Description 2 Relationship 3 Causeeffect Example of Experimental Research Ethics in Research Who protects the rights of participants What are the rights of participants Why do psychologists study animals What does it take to be a psychologist Studying Introduction to Psychology Read Go over tips in book for remembering and understanding material Use Myers webpage for more study materials Use the Study Guide on reserve at Coe Library Review material that you get wrong on the Preparatory Quizzes Take Practice Exams on the class webpage Look over the Helpful Hints for Studying on the class webpage Confused about something Please Ask
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