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PSYC 1001 - Chapter 1

The Science of Behavior and Mental Processes
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Lisa Smith

on 6 December 2017

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Transcript of PSYC 1001 - Chapter 1

Psychology's Roots
Early Definitions:
"The Science of Mental Life"
Big Ideas & Critical Thinking Tools
is important
William James
Mary W. Calkins

Margaret F. Washburn
Observable Behavior
John B. Watson
B. F. Skinner
Freud
Unconscious
Emotion & Childhood
Sexual Conflicts
Defenses against our wishes/impulses
Humanistic-
Growth Potential of Healthy People
Carl Rogers
Abraham Maslow
Wundt
Darwin
Pavlov
Cognitive
Neuroscience
Types of Psychologists
biological
developmental
cognitive
personality
social
counseling
health
clinical
industrial-organizational
Science & Profession
Basic research
Applied research
Biopsychosocial Approach
Biology
Psychological
Social-cultural
Behavior
Nature vs Nurture
Biology
Environment
Our Mind-
Dual Processor
Independent Variable (IV)
Experimental Group
Control Group
Dependent Variable (DV)
Outcome
Cause or Manipulation
Ethics
Humans
Animals
Do No Harm
Informed Consent
Confidentiality
Debrief
(APA)
Positive Psychology
Martin Seligman
Human flourishing
Positive
emotions
character traits
institutions
Intuition
Hindsight Bias
Overconfidence
The Scientific Method
Theory
Operational definition
Replication
Case Study
Naturalistic Observation
The Survey
Population vs Sample
Random
Cluster
Strata

Correlation
Positive vs. Negative

Case Study

Students -

After viewing "The Lottery," answer the following questions from Chapter 1 about the townspeople's behavior and their use of societal norms, population control, values and belief systems.

How has the evolutionary perspective played a role in the public stoning of a selected person?
Based on behavioral perspectives, what behaviors will influence the children of the small town and how will they use it in the future?
Discuss the biopsychosocial approach and apply to the small society?
Describe the random event that was used in the movie to determine the Tessie's fate.

Points: 15

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