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PBHS Psychology

PBHS Psychology & Sociology

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Small World phenomenon; "Six degrees of separation" Stanley Milgram
"Obedience to Authority" wrote The Perils of Obedience Milgram
devised an operant conditioning chamber (the ___ box) to shape behavior; tested lots of rats and pigeons Skinner
split with Freud; founded "analytic psychology" Carl Jung
"collective unconscious"--a socially shared area of the mind Jung
"classical conditioning"; responses elicited existing behaviors Pavlov
Salivating dogs and digestive secretions Pavlov
personality types--Myers-Briggs Jung
Father of Behaviorism Watson
Albert B or Little Albert experiment Watson
trained pigeons to play table tennis Skinner
wrote "Walden II" Skinner
Studies of the way children learn--4 stages of development Piaget
What are the 4 stages of development? Sensorimotor, pre-operational, concrete operational, formal operational
"psychohistories" of Luther and Ghandi Erikson
coined "identity crisis" (Growing up jewish, he felt like an outsider.) Erikson
"hierarchy of needs" (food, shelter, love, esteem, etc.) Maslow
highest level in hierarchy of needs self-actualization
"lost-letter" technique Milgram
"free association" Freud
wrote The Interpretation of Dreams Freud
wrote The Psychopathology of Everyday Life Freud
Founded psychoanalysis Freud
Freud's "Id" is the psyche (illogical passion)
Freud's "Ego" is rational thought
Freud's "Superego" is moral and social conscience
wrote Conditioned Reflexes Pavlov
electric shock experiments Milgram
"inferiority complexes" Adler
"individual psychology" Adler
neuroses from inability to reach self-realization Adler
wrote Beyond Freedom and Dignity Skinner
wrote Behavior: An Introduction to Comparative Psychology Watson
was a physiologist not a psychologist and won a Nobel Prize in 1904 Pavlov
"archetypes" (repeating patterns of thought and action that reappear across time, people, countries and continents) Jung
The Origins of Intelligence in Children Piaget
The Language and Thought of a Child Piaget
Swiss Psychologist; considered the greatest figure in the 20th century developmental psychology Piaget
different societies create different traditions and ideas to accommodate the same biological needs (psychohistories) Erikson
Eight-stage development process Erikson
authority experiments at Yale in the early 1960s Milgram
Austrian 1859-1939 psychology Freud
Two Austrians who split with Freud Jung and Adler
American who argued that all human actions could be understood in terms of physical stimuli and learned responses--no need to study or believe in mental states or motivation Skinner
"anima"(female) "animus" (male) The anima and animus are our true selves as opposed to the masks we wear Jung
Stanford Prison Experiment Zimbardo
Yale electric shock (Nazi following orders) Milgram
"introversion" "extraversion" two, mutually exclusive attitudes; each person is energized either by the internal world or the external world Jung
illogical passion; the psyche id
rational thought ego
social and moral conscience superego
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