Test 4 History And Systems Of Psychology

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Created Apr 19, 2011
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phi phenomenon
 
a product of Max Werheimer who found it while riding in a train.  He proposed that even...
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perceptual constancy
 
the tendency of animals and humans to see familiar objects as having standard shape, size,...
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Max Wertheimer
 
Gestalt. Studied at Unviersity of Prague. In 1904 got his PhD from Unversity of Wurzburg with...
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Kurt Koffka
 
Gestalt. In 1909 got his PhD from University of Berlin with Stumpf. 1910 started associating...
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Wolfgand Kohler
 
Gestalt.  1909 got his PhD from University of Berlin with Stunpf.  1913-1920 stuck...
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4 Gestalt principles of perception
 
1.  We percieve wholes, not clusters of sensations.2.  Perceptional organization...
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Gestalt organizational principles
 
proximity, closure, similarity, figure/ground
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proximity
 
Things that are close are going to be grouped together Dots that are grouped together...
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Closure
 
We will creat figures even though they do not have a concrete figure. WWF panda
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Figure/Ground
 
the faces or glass picture
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Two meanings of Gestalt
 
Gestalt refers to both objects and to their characteristic forms.Gestalt psychologists include...
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Kohler's premise of Productive Thinking in Humans
 
1.  Thinking is done in terms of wholes.the learner regards the situation as a wholethe...
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Why Gestalt was not accpeted quicly in the US
 
1.  behaviorism was at its peak2.  a language barrier (very hard to read and understand)3. ...
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Kurt Lewin
 
Gestalt.  1914 got his PhD at Univeristy of Berlin with Stumpf (coincidence?).  studied...
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Field Theory
 
all past present and future events that may affect a person.  each prior event affects...
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life space (aka psychological field)
 
i think its the same as field theory, all past present and future events that may affect a...
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life space development
 
a product of the amount and type of experience accumulated
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Lewin's definition of behavior
 
cycle of tension (need) states followed by activity and relief
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Zeigarnik Effect
 
The tendancy to reall uncompleted tasks more easliy than completed ones
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social field
 
group and its environment
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Group behavior
 
result of the total field situation at a given time
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Carl Jung
 
Humanist. Weird childhood.  Had a very strong friendship with Freud and helped spread...
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Jung's Psychological Types
 
libido directly inward (introversion) or outard (extroversion).Psychological functions; thinking,...
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Personal Unconsciousness
 
relatively accesible repressions, surpressions, and forgotten.complexes of organized memories,...
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Collective Unconsciosness
 
contents and modes similar for everyone.archetype inherited evolved predisposition.persona...
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archetype
 
archetype inherited evolved predisposition.
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persona
 
a role that a person assumes for public consumption
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shadow
 
the residue of animal behavior
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anima
 
female personality types
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animus
 
male personality type
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Carl Rogers
 
psychodynamically oriented theories but electic.  had notable disagreement with U of Chicago...
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client centered therapy ( or perosn-centered treatment)
 
evey person has the ability to be psychologicvally healthy and self actualized.  
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ingredients necessary for client centered therapy
 
1. accepting environment2. unconditional positive regard3. empathetic understanding4. congruence...
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Abraham Maslow
 
Humanist.  Went to Univeristy of Wisconsin.  Did fellowship with Thorndike and decided...
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Needs Heirarchy
 
physiological, safety, love/belonging, esteem, self actualization.subjective individual experience...
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Self Actualization
 
The highest level of Maslow's needs heirarchy.  It involves; morality, creativity, spontineity,...
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Lev Vygotsky
 
Coginitive.  Focused on questions of structure/function in a areal world, behavioral perspective....
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play behavior
 
being able to explore the world without having to explore it.  Imagination allows for...
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Jean Piaget
 
Cognitive.  Studied biology.  interested in psychoanalysis.  Came up with child...
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Piaget's cognitive development stages
 
sensorimotor stage, preoperational stage, concrete operational stage, formal operational stage....
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Sensorimotor stage
 
Birth-2.  Develop object permenance. 
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preoperational stage
 
2-7.  Animism (animal thinking), egocentrism (fixation on own perspective)
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concrete operational stage
 
7-12.  sense of conservation of quantity. example with the tall and short cup...
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formal operational stage
 
12+.  abstract thinking
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assimilation
 
the reuse of schemas to fit the new information
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accomodation
 
making the schema fit the individual situation
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George Miller
 
Cognitive.  Best known for study of "The Magical Number Seven".  Opened the first...
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The Magical Number Seven
 
plus or minus two.  its the number of things that someone could remember over a short...
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Four major Themes of Cognitive Psychology
 
1.  Prompted the schema as the basis of cognitive psychology.2.  Advocated ecological...
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Perceptual cycle
 
Mental structures (schema) direct behavior and our experiences modify the mental representations
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ecological validity
 
so that they generalize outside the labratory
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Alan Turing
 
Cognitive.  He came up with the Turing test and interested in congnition and intelligence.
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Turing Test
 
Had a person talk to computers and a person and try to figure out which was actually a person. ...
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Cognitive Sciences
 
any science that has to do with the mind.  cognition, perception, memory 

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