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AZA2015 Lecture 12 - revision

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Exam Preparation
The exam is 100 question multiple choice paper (50 questions are on cognitive psychology, 50 questions are on biological psychology)
Value: 50% of the final unit mark
You have 2 hours to write the exam and 10 minutes reading time
The exam will take place on the 4th November 2016, in the AM writing slot

During reading time make sure you read the paper, your lecturer will be there for the reading time so if you have any questions at all please raise your hand and ask

You need to know ...
The following models:
Information processing
Top down and bottom up processing
Attenuation model
Filter model
Deutsch/Deutsch theory
Means-end analysis
Garden path model
Chomsky's theory,
James-Lange theory
More that you need to know...
Understand the following:
Attention,
Different types of searches,
Automatic processing,
Blind sight and change blindness,
Structure of emotions,
Processes involved in decoding spoken language,
Visual pathways in the brain
Broca's and Wernicke's aphasia

Be able to understand with examples:
Heuristics,
Types of thinking methods,
The STROOP effect,
Deontological judgements
AHH... the memory section!
Know the following:
Memory processes,
Memory techniques,
Mood and memory,
Amnesia and memory,

Understand with examples explicit, implicit, episodic and semantic memories
Biological Psychology
It looks at the physiological, evolutionary, and developmental mechanisms of behavior and experience. It relates the was the body and brain function to issues in psychology.
During the semester we covered:
The nervous system,
The brain anatomy and development,
Sensory motor systems,
The brain and memory, learning, language, attention and executive control.
Cognitive Psychology
It looks at the internal processes involved in making sense of the environment, and deciding what action might be most appropriate in different situations. Through observation of behavior during performance on cognitive tasks we can understand human cognition.
During the semester we covered:
Attention,
Perception,
Learning and Memory
Language,
Problem solving, Reasoning and Thinking
AZA2015 Lecture 12 - revision
Good luck for your exam!
Important Information
You need to pass the exam (50 or above) to pass the unit, the exam is a hurdle requirement. Please see the following policy for more information:
http://www.med.monash.edu.au/policies/assessmenth.html
http://www.med.monash.edu.au/policies/further-assessment-procedure.html

If you need to apply for a deferred examination please take note of the following:

Eligibility
– acute illness (e.g., hospitalisation, serious illness, severe anxiety or depression) – this does not include a minor illness such as a mild cold; loss or bereavement (e.g., death of a close family member, family relationship breakdown); hardship or trauma (e.g., victim of a crime, severe disruption to domestic arrangements)

Closing Dates
- Before the exam (early applications) You can apply for early approval of a deferred exam up until five University working days before your exam.
On the day of the examIf you're prevented from attending the venue to complete your exam by exceptional circumstances, including acute illness, you must apply for special consideration no later than two University working days after your last scheduled exam.
During the examIf you're unable to finish your exam due to acute illness or other eligible cause and you want to apply for special consideration you need to:
let one of the exam invigilators know, no later than 30 minutes before the end of the exam
request an Examination Cancellation Request form, complete it and return to the exam invigilator
apply for special consideration within two University working days of your last scheduled exam
(http://www.monash.edu/exams/changes/special-consideration)

Definitions of the following terms:
Perception, recognition, sensation, comprehension
Attention,
Perseveration, omissions,
different types of errors
consolidation, rehearsal, encoding, knowledge transfer, synthesis,
parsing, haplology, jargon, neoligisms,
subjective awareness
Cognitive Psychology
Cognitive Psychology
Biological Psychology
What you need to know ...
The nervous system - cells, terminology, how the system works, resting and action potentials, reflex's, chemicals involved in potentials, neurotransmitter groups
Terminology used to describe the body (e.g., ventral, dorsal)
Sensory-motor abilities involved in the ventral and dorsal roots of the spinal cord,
Spinal cord structure,
Different systems of the nervous system (e.g., parasympathetic)
Biological Psychology
Know the following...
Functions of the medulla, thalamus, pons
Functions and locations of all the cerebral cortex areas
Functions of the amacrine cells, bipolar cells, and ganglion cells,
What happens when there is damage to specific areas of the cerebral cortex,
Functions of the cerebellum, hypothalamus, hippocampus
The neurotransmitters involved in pain and the concept of itch,
The types of muscles responsible for which types of actions,
The purpose of the Hebbian synapse,
Lateralisation of the brain

Understand the following disorders:
Stroke and it's causes,
Korsakoff's syndrome,
Alzheimers disease
Dementia
The different types of dyslexics,
Neglect,
The phi phenomenon,
Split brain surgery patients
Finally you need to know ....
Biological Psychology
The different theories of color production,
The patient HM's memory problems,
Definitions of:
Sensitization, habituation, operant and classical conditioning,
Understand binocular rivalry
Some great resources to help you
The following websites are helpful:
Cognitive psychology (http://www.routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9781848724167/default.php)

Biological Psychology - look at the "crash course" in anatomy and physiology on youtube

Also watch the videos I have shown you during lectures

Remember that your lecture slides are just a guideline and that you should focus on the textbook as well.
All tutorial content is also examinable
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