Lecture Notes for PSYC 1001 - GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY at Colorado (CU)

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Material Type:Study Guide
University:University of Colorado - Boulder
Term:Fall 2008
  • Visual Encoding
  • Negative Reinforcer
  • Context Effects
  • Positive Reinforcer
  • Skinner Box
  • Mirror Neurons
  • Biological Predispositions
  • Edward Thorndike
  • Discriminative Stimuli
  • Activation-Synthesis Model
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Study Guide for General Psychology Final Exam; Fall, 2008 REMEMBER: EVERYONE MUST TAKE THE FINAL EXAM Chapter 7: Dreams: most dreams occur during REM sleep; Research methods: surveys, diaries, sleep lab; What is content analysis of dreams? Influencing dreams: first night effects, wearing red-tinted goggles, lucid dreams, stimulating while dreaming - What is each of these? How effective is each? Dream theories: dreams as meaningful, What is the manifest content of a dream? latent content? as a way to solve problems, as the result of physiology (activation-synthesis model) Chapter 8: What is learning? What is associative learning? What is associated in classical conditioning? in operant conditioning? Classical Conditioning: What is it? US, UR, CR, CS, neutral stimulus - What are they? in Pavlov's research what was each (e.g., US was meat powder)? short-delay and backwards conditioning - What are they? Which works better? What is acquisition? extinction? generalization? discrimination? spontaneou...

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