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Ap Psych: Unit 1 Pt1

Curiosity Does it work?
Skepticism What do you mean/How do you know?
Humility Willing to be surprised
Critical thinking Does not think blindly, discovering basis, ext.
Renee Descartes Dissected animals, knowledge is inate
John Locke Knowledge is not inate, tabula rosa/blank slate
Empiricism John Locke + Francis Bacon, knowledge is from experience
Wilhelm Wundt Established the first psych laboratory
Edward Bradford Titchener Introduced structuralism, looked into the minds structure, introspection-looking inward
William James Functionalism, mental and behavioral process function/ adapt, wrote a textbook
John Watson, B.F. Skinner Behaviorism- psych is objective, do not consider mental process, Ivan Pavlov
Sigman Frued Freudian- Psychoanalytic/dynamic, childhood experiences and unconscious mind
Carl Rogers/Abraham Maslow Humanistic- human growth/potential
Cognitive Psych Perceive, store, remember, think, communicate, information (science of the mind)
Cognitive Neuroscience Perception, language, thinking, memory (science of the brain)
Psychology The science of behavior and mental processes
Nature vs Nurture Genes vs environment, affect it has, "Nurture works on what nature provides"
Natural selection Nature chooses certain traits that aid an organism thrive
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