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by: Mr. Vernie Wehner


Mr. Vernie Wehner
OK State
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Ashley Junghans

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This 0 page Class Notes was uploaded by Mr. Vernie Wehner on Sunday November 1, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PSYC 1113 at Oklahoma State University taught by Ashley Junghans in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 24 views. For similar materials see /class/232877/psyc-1113-oklahoma-state-university in Psychlogy at Oklahoma State University.




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Date Created: 11/01/15
Intro to Psychology Quiz Group Activity for Exam 1 Section Names 1 Match the people with their area of study Wilhelm Wundt Mapping Visual cortex in cats Darwin Nativism Maslow amp Rogers Tabula rasa blank slate Plato Early Structuralism Ramon y Caj a1 Natural selection Aristotle Behaviorism conditioning Little Albert BF Skinner Humanistic Psychology William James Behaviorism conditioning dogs Ivan Pavlov Neurons amp synapses G Stanley Hall 1St US psychology research lab John Watson Separate lang production amp understanding Broca amp Wernicke Functionalism Hubel amp Weisel Behaviorism reinforcement pigeons 2 Dr Baldwin studies the effects of marijuana on memory She wants to study college students at OSU and gets all her students from Intro Psych classes She designs an experiment where half the group is receiving THC the active ingredient in Marijuana and the other group gets oregano The subjects are all given the same list of words to study while they are smoking the substances Recall is tested 1 hour later What is the Independent Variable What is the Dependent Variable Whatis thel 39 39 r What is the sample Was random sampling used What is a possible third variable If you were to put all of your data into a graph you would create a distribution If all of the data was centered around the center it would be called a distribution also known as a curve


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