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by: Cierra Beyers

Introduction PSY-P 101

Cierra Beyers
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Introduction to Psychology
Jeff Huber

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These are the notes from Dr. Huber's first lecture!
Introduction to Psychology
Jeff Huber
One Day of Notes
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This 2 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Cierra Beyers on Monday January 26, 2015. The One Day of Notes belongs to PSY-P 101 at Indiana University taught by Jeff Huber in Winter2015. Since its upload, it has received 145 views. For similar materials see Introduction to Psychology in Psychlogy at Indiana University.

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Date Created: 01/26/15
January 1 3th Wilhelm Wundt added measured observations and experiments to make psych a science instead of a philosophy His experiment in 1879 pressed a button when you heard a ball drop There was a delay because there is time to consciously know you heard a sound Psychology science of behavior and mental processes Zimbardo prison study When people accept a role they change behaviorally Institutional Review Board created after this This study change protocol a lot Nature vs Nurture Question How much is it genes and how much is it the environment I We can study this through identical twins Why are they similar 0 Identical twins have same genetic code Why are they different 0 Environmental in uences I These start early prenatal The womb is only made for one so one twin gets more nutrients than the other Nurture works on what nature endows Incremental theory traits are changeable Entity theory traits are fixed Fixed vs Growth Mindset W abilities and talents are fixed Goal is to look smart and never dumb These people don t attempt anything hard Growth talents and abilities can be developed through effort good teachings and persistence They think everyone can get smarter if they work for it These people attempt hard things and seek challenges You can alter your mindset because your mind is a muscle Biopsychosocial Positive example of biopsychosocial 0 Kevin Durant tall good coach and family Negative example of biopsychosocial 0 Depression genetically predisposed dwell on negative 1 All theories and perspectives have some truth value and merit 2 Psychology plays a major role in understanding us and others shaping relationships world and future 3 Our ability to change by possessing a growth mindset


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