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A 5-page study guide for Tuesday's exam with exam style questions, answers, and notes from the book/lectures. Good luck!
Notes from the book Drugs Society, and Human Behavior by Hart and Ksir 16th edition. Covers the nervous system
Chapter 2 Notes from Sept. 10
Here's an entire 2 weeks of notes. Enjoy!
I take really good notes and they are easy to follow with highlighting and indenting! I promise they will help you study and it will be like you got them from his lecture yourself!
Covers Week 3- Sept. 8 & 10, Attention and Consciousness.
*On the second day of notes (Thursday), I cited the experiments by slide number in parentheses and summarized.
All the vocabulary on test 1. When you print it out, you can fold the page so that the vocabulary is on one side and the definition is on the other; therefore you can quiz yourself!
Week 3 of Notes :)
Hey guys these are my notes for chapter 1. Sorry it took so long to give out.
This is an in depth question and answer study guide to help you guys study for the first exam next friday! I hope this helps! It is color coded by chapter.
Diagrams, Charts and notes are pulled from the Powerpoints.
Topic #1 Week 1 Research Methods. Instructor Lecture outline in black, my notes in orange.
Notes from chapter 4 of textbook including terms.
In this week of notes we finished up the two other of the three types of research design (correlation and experimental). Then briefly went over some introductory information about the brain, its parts, and techniques to study it. Six and a half pages of notes here! Take a look! :)
These are my notes from week 2. My notes have allowed me to receive the Dean's Honor List (3.50+ GPA while taking 12+ credits in a single semester) in previous semesters and my friends have improved their scores by half a letter grade and sometimes a whole letter grade! These notes cover chapters 2 and 3 from the book, "Introducing Psychology", by Shacter, Gilbert, and Wegner. I hope you find t
All of the notes taken within week 3 of Human Sexuality
Topic #2 week 2 The self . Instructor Lecture outline in black, my notes in orange.
Notes from the second class. Very extensive; you can pick and choose what you think was important from the lecture (I wrote everything down). Highlights include history of mental illness and research methods commonly used in abnormal psychology.