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  • SEQ CHAPTER \h \r 1 Grant Clay

    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

    9/7/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 3: The Biological Bases of Behavior

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    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

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

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    9/27/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 6: Learning

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    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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    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.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    10/19/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 9: Intelligence & Psychological Testing

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Key Concepts in Psychological Testing
    Psychological Test ? Standardized Measure of a Sample of a Person?s Behavior.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    10/11/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 8: Language & Thought

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Cognition ? Mental Processes; Thinking.

    Language: Turning Thoughts into Words

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    10/5/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 7: Memory

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Memory
    Encoding ? Forming Memory Code.

    Storage ? Maintaining Encoded Information in Memory over Time.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    10/25/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 10: Motivation & Emotion

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Motivational Theories & Concepts

    Motivation ? Involves Goal-Directed Behavior

    Drive Theories

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    11/16/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 12: Personality

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Personality ? An Individual?s Unique Constellation of Consistent Behavioral Traits.

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    11/2/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 11: Human Development across Lifespan

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

    Development ? Sequence of Age-Related Changes that occur as a Person Progresses from Conception until Death.
    Prenatal Development

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    11/22/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 14: Psychological Disorders

    Red ? Definition

    Blue ? Important Points

    Green ? Important People & Contributions

  • Grant Clay

    Period 3

    11/11/08

    AP Psychology Outline
    Chapter 13: Stress, Coping, and Health

    Red ? Definition

    Blue - Important Points

    Green - Important People & Contributions

  • SOCIOLOGY NOTES
    CHAPTER 5 FEB 26
    THE ELEMENTS OF SOCIAL INTERACTION
    People assume that others will share their interpretations of a situation.
    Shared interpretations include situational norms, which create cues for appropriate behavior.
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    Communication (verbal and non-verbal)

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