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  • Chapter 1

    Describe the hindsight bias and explain how it often leads us to perceive psychological research as merely common sense.

    Compare and contrast case studies, surveys, and naturalistic observation, and explain the importance of proper sampling.

    Explain why correlational research fails to provide evidence of cause-effect relationships.

  • Theology IV Notes: Winter Week 9
    Ecclesiology (first part; CCC 748-810).
    TFB 13.107-120

    I. Catholic ecclesiology as social-sacramental extension of the Incarnation.

  • Chapter 7 Study Guide: Human Memory

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  • Chapter 4: Sensation and Perception Study Guide
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    Absolute Threshold: The minimum stimulus intensity that an organism can detect for a specific type of sensory input.
    Just Noticeable Difference (JND): The smallest difference in stimulus intensity that a specific sense can detect. The JND is a constant proportion of the size of the initial stimulus.

  • Chapter 5: Variations of Consciousness Study Guide
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    Consciousness: The awareness if internal and external stimuli. It includes (1) your awareness of external events, (2) your awareness of your internal sensations, (3) your awareness of yourself as the unique being having the experiences, and (4) your awareness of your thoughts about these experiences.

  • Chapter 6 Study Guide: Learning

  • Chapters 1 & 2 Study Guide: Evolution & Research Enterprise
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  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    9/7/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 3: The Biological Bases of Behavior

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Nervous System: The Basics
    Neurons ? Individual cells in the nervous system that receive, integrate, and transmit information.

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    Period 3

    9/2/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 2: The Research in Psychology

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    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Scientific Approach to Behavior

    The Scientific Approach assumes that events are governed by laws.

  • Grant Clay
    Period 3

    8/26/08

    AP Psychology Outline

    Chapter 1: The Evolution of Psychology

    Red ? Definition of Key Terms

    Green ? Important People & Contributions

    Blue ? Important Points

    How Psychology Developed

    Psychology ? The Scientific Study of Behavior and Mental Processes.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    9/27/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 6: Learning

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Learning ? Any relatively durable Change in Behavior or Knowledge that is due to Experience.

  • AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 5: Variations in Consciousness
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    Red?? Definition
    Blue?- Important Points
    Green?- Important People & Contributions
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    Nature of Consciousness
    Consciousness ? the awareness of Internal and External stimuli.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    9/14/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 4: Sensation and Perception

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Sensation ? The Stimulation of Sense Organs.
    Perception ? the Selection, Organization, and interpretation of Sensory Input.

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