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What is structuralism

is a theoretical paradigm emphasizing that elements of human culture must be understood in terms of their relationship to a larger, overarching system or structure

What did Ivan Pavlov discover with regard to the digestive process of dogs

When paired with an unconditional stimulus, a neutral stimulus can become a conditioned stimulus and produce the same response as the unconditioned stimulus.

What is Gestalt psychology concerned with

how people experience their perceptions in order to make sense out of them

Whose scientific writing influenced Sigmund Freud

Darwin

What is the largest part of the forebrain

cerebrum


This is the cerebrum, where higher-order thought processes occur. The cerebrum is responsible for mental processes such as memory recall, language, art, emotional control and many fine motor skills like the ability to write (or text).
What is free association

A treatment that encourages clients to talk about anything that comes to their minds

In Freud's model of the personality what is considered to be the social part of the personality

superego

Why would a dog lick another dogs mouth

Dogs show affection by licking each other just like many other animals. That is also how they show affection to other animals and people

What theory does the humanistic perspective advance

man is basicaly good and desirous of helping others.

What is the new force in psychology caused by the sociocultural perspective

multiculurlism

What variable does the investigator in experimental research change

independent variable

What is the thick fiber network called that the cerebral hemispheres communicate with

corpus callosum

What did Joseph Wolpe's proposed theory based on classical conditioning explain

Joseph Wolpe's proposed theory based on classical conditioning explain's the classical conditioning theory is linked with phobias.

What response is caused by a neutral stimulus

The neutral stimulus does not cause any response. It is paired with the Unconditioned Stimulus until it is turned into the Conditioned Stimulus.

What title has been bestowed on Sigmund Freud

the Father of Talk Therapy

Why should the history of psychology be studied

so that doctors can take advantage of previous knowledge of success and failure

What term is described as a loss of touch with reality that may be accompanied by hallucinations

psychosis

How did John Watson define psychology

the study of observable behavior

What describes the results of BF Skinner's study of animal behavior

When an animal is reinforced for displaying a certain behavior, the animal is likely to repeat that behavior.

In Freud's model of personality what part is considered to be governed by the pleasure principle

Ego

In Freud's model of the personality what part is considered to be governed by the reality principle

ego

Defense mechanisms are developed to help the ego cope with overwhelming anxiety What defense mechanism operates by pushing anxiety-provoking material into the unconscious

repression

You decide to select ten percent of the inmates in a prison to receive a survey You decide you want your sample to be representative of the population Which sampling process would provide the most r

a stratified random sample

What best describes the survey method of research

The survey method of research is sometimes called a census survey. It relies on people responses to questions either with or without explanation.

What type of research is used to gather information of describe a phenomenon

descriptive research

Why do dogs sniff human urine

Dogs sniff as a way to identify - other animals, other dogs, and people. A dog's sense of smell is as sensitive as their sense of hearing - it is a way for them to communicate and to know who is around.

When was Free Association Books created

Free Association Books was created in 1984.

Aristotle laid down the foundation for our theories of learning with which law

associationism

Which domain of psychology looks at the mid body connection

Biopsychological

In Freud's model of personality what is considered to be the psychological part of the personality

Ego

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