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These are notes for week 5
Here, we go over some of Freud's theories and discuss other psychology theories.
We review Cognitive Psychology, Institutional Psychology, Evolutionary Psychology, and Social Psychology.
We also review how psychology first began through philosophers.
These notes cover the rest of Chapter 5 and the concept checks covered in class
Theories in Psychology
Not much was talked about in this class. Mainly going over basic topics.
These notes cover lessons 1-4 and include a link to a Quizlet study folder
How to add the class. Only for students in the class.
These notes have information and drawings covering axons, action potentials, nerve blocks and certain drugs, neurons, neuron structure/function, CNS, and PNS
These are class notes from 2/11 & 2/13 covering Chapter 3.
These notes include a lot!!
These notes include notes from Monday, February 12th's lecture, Textbook notes from "Discovering the Life Span", and Study Questions from the module.
These notes are only related to information covered in one class period, pertaining to Module 4.1 and only the beginning of 4.2.
These cover Chapter 14 Lecture 2
Dealing with interpersonal communication, friendships, relationships, love, marriage,etc.
These notes cover Pargament's ideas about the psychology of religion, and assumptions related to it.
These 19-page notes cover what will be on the exam in-depth; there are examples and helpful links. E-mail me if you have any questions, comments, or concerns! Thank you!
A full review (with some weekly notes included) of phospholipid bilayers, action potentials (very important for the exam), skeletal muscle, central nervous system information, neuromuscular junctions, the sliding filament theory, as well as the three possible essay questions with full responses & pictures and lecture review notes. A good way to study for the exam and get all the points Buono will focus on!
Dealing with the behaviors of humans and psycho dynamics
These notes cover mostly lecture notes from this past week. If you would like more depth on proteins, refer to week 1 notes please!
These notes cover the lecture slides for week 3.
These notes cover lesson 2
We just go over the scientific method and research designs such as longitudinal, cross-sectional, and Sequential.