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- Bell-Ringer Question - What do you believe is the meaning of Psychology? What do Psychologists do?

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Introduction to Psychology Module 1

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What is Psychology? From the Greek: Psyche: soul or breath of life Logos: information or investigation of The logical investigation of conduct and mental procedures - Is a philosophical science… It has its underlying foundations in logic.. - Is a science… Has its underlying foundations in science, drug, and material science - Is precise and logical

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What is Behavior? Any activity that others can watch and measures: –Walking –Talking –Physical developments

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What are Mental Processes? Feeling Behavior or mental process Feelings Thoughts Dreams Brain waves or privates contemplations Perception Memories

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What is memory and what is remembering something? How are youngsters ready to take in a normal of 1 word for each day from 1 year to 3 years old? A man experiences epilepsy. Specialists choose a radical treatment and expel two little parts of patient's cerebrum. On a take after up,epilepsy is cleared up yet persistent appears to be totally unequipped for shaping new recollections. Why? Why does harm to the front of your cerebrum make you lose the capacity to prepare?

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Becoming a Psychologist: Earn a Ph.D.(4-5 years graduate work + fulfillment of real research project)  Clinical clinicians additionally require 1 yr. entry level position & must pass permitting exam All therapists practice (subarea & approach) as they gain their degrees. Other Degree Options: M.A. in Psych or Counseling or Social Work (takes ~2 years; more constrained openings for work) To end up a therapist you first go to medicinal school & procure your M.D., then have some expertise in clinical psych A psychoanalyst is a clinician or therapist with unique preparing in Freud's way to deal with the oblivious An assortment of brain science related occupations are accessible to those with a B.A. in Psych, and additionally occupations where knowledge into conduct is an or more (deals, administration, advertising, training, criminal equity, benefit employments)

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- Bell-Ringer Question - Think of a "brain science" related question that you might want to see replied sooner or later this semester and clarify why (only a sentence or two) Ex . Why do we dream or Do Dreams have implications? - Because I have insane dreams at Night and don't comprehend why!!

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Sub fields in Psychology/Careers Neuro Forensic Social Educational Developmental Health Cognitive School Experimental or inquire about Human-variables Sports Consumer Industrial/authoritative Rehabilitation

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1. What does this sort of clinician do? 2. What enterprises or professions would this clinician work in? 3. What points/marvel/practices would this analyst be worried with? Answer the Following Questions Based on Your Assigned Number-Answers can be found in the content

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- Bell-Ringer Question - If you could pick a vocation to seek after in Psychology, which one would you pick? You can utilize your books (beginning pg. 9) Explain why you picked the career that you did.

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Contemporary Theoretical Perspectives in Psychology 1. Behavioral Approach 2. Organic Approach 3. Intellectual Approach 4. Humanistic Approach 5. Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Approach Sociocultural Approach +Each Approach Studies Behaviors and Mental Processes from Different Angles

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Behavioral Approach Goal: To concentrate just discernible conduct and clarify it by means of learning. Behaviorists concentrated on how practices are found out and changed . Tries to clarify how we gain from noticeable reactions. The premise of behavioral brain science proposes that all practices are found out.

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Biological Approach Focuses on the physical and organic reasons for human conduct. Trust it is vital that analysts ought to ponder the science behind conduct . This incorporates the human sensory system and cerebrum. The primary essential conviction of the organic point of view is that all conduct has a physiological root, and is dictated by science . The second conviction is that a considerable measure of human conduct examples depend on hereditary qualities , in light of the fact that people have developed over drawn out stretches of time to show conduct that is adjusted to the outer environment.

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Cognitive Approach They concentrate in transit people prepare data , taking a gander at how we treat data that comes into the individual Human conduct can be clarified as a logical procedures Our conduct can be clarified as a progression of reactions to outside boosts Behavior is controlled by our own manners of thinking, rather than hereditary components

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Humanistic Approach The center of the humanistic point of view is on the self , which converts into "YOU", and "your" impression of "your" encounters. This view contends that you are allowed to pick your own particular conduct , instead of responding to natural boosts and strengthens. Underlines that every individual has awesome opportunity in coordinating his/her own particular future Issues managing self-regard and self-satisfaction

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Psychoanalytic/Psychodynamic Approach Our conduct and sentiments are capably influenced by oblivious thought processes . Our conduct and sentiments as grown-ups (counting mental issues) are established in our youth encounters . pressure between cognizant reality and oblivious drives.

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Sociocultural Approach Behaviors are a consequence of our way of life, sexual orientation, ethnicity, legislative issues and so on… We are only results of our way of life and society.

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How will every Perspective view a reaction to the accompanying situation: A man spills a sack of perishables will a more unusual get the individual's basic needs?

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Behavioral/Clinical Perspective Focus How we gain from noticeable reactions. Instructions to best study, evaluate and treat harried individuals. Test Issues How would we figure out how to dread specific articles or circumstances? What is the best approach to change certain practices Helping Behavior: If we have seen or been remunerated For helping conduct, we will probably help/

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Biological Perspective Focus How the body and cerebrum make feelings, recollections, and tangible encounters. Test Issues How do development and heredity impact conduct? How are messages transmitted inside the body? How is blood science connected with states of mind and intentions? Helping Behavior: Brain science controls the feelings and considerations that inevitably create helping conduct

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Cognitive Perspective Focus How we process, store and recover data. Test Issues How would we utilize data in recalling and thinking? What amount do babies "know" when they are conceived? Helping Behavior: Our individual elucidations of an occasion influence how we react.

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Humanistic Perspective Focus A school of however that spotlights on how solid People endeavor to achieve their maximum capacity. Test Issues If our requirements for sustenance and wellbeing have been met, we will probably get a handle on we can reach and help other people.

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Psychodynamic Perspective Focus How we are influenced by oblivious drives and clashes. Test Issues Freudian hypotheses Helping Behavior : Unresolved internal clashes can influence regardless of whether we will help other people.

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Social-Cultural Perspective Focus How conduct and thinking differ crosswise over circumstances and societies. Test Issues How are we, as individuals from various races and nationalities, alike as individuals from one human family? How would we contrast, as results of various social settings? Helping Behavior : If we originate from a social foundation that qualities helping, will probably offer assistance. We are likewise more prone to help in the event that we are in an agreeable circumstance, for example, with a decent companion.