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Pyschology Chap. 1-4

Pyschology chapters 1-4 study guide

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What is psychology the study of? The psyche
What is our approach to psychology? Subjective
What are the ABC's of psychology? Affect, behavior and cognition
How many major approaches to psychology are there? Five (5)
Who is the Father of American Psychology? William James
What are today's primary schools of thought? Neuropsychology and cognitive psychology
What are Freud's three parts of consciousness? Id, ego and superego
What are cognitions? Thoughts
What are the subsystems of the human nervous system? Central nervous system (CNS) and peripheral nervous system (PNS)
What makes up the human nervous system? The brain and the spinal cord
What are some of the largest cells in the human body? Neurons
What is the process by which neurons communicate? Neurotransmission
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