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Transcript
Dear Student,
Welcome to the AP Psychology course! This course will
challenge you in new ways as a reader, a writer, and a thinker. This
summer you will need to prepare yourself for these challenges. The
purpose of the Advanced Placement Psychology is to introduce you to
the systematic and scientific study of the behavior and mental process
of human beings. You will be exposed to the psychological facts,
principles, and phenomena associated with each of the major subfields
within psychology. You will learn about the ethics and methods
psychologists use in their science and practice. You will change the
way you view yourself and the behavior of others. To prepare yourself
for this, you will need to dedicate yourself to learning the concepts
within these charts as brief introductions to each of the major topics.
Best Wishes,
Mr. Schleer
Psychology Perspectives
1.
Use the following graphic organizers
to familiarize yourself with the
different perspectives of psychology.
2. Write the appropriate
definition/information for each box in
the spaces provided.
3. Day 1: There will be a quiz on the
charts so study.
Cognitive Perspective
Theories/Theorists
Memory
Ebbinghaus
Types of Memory
How We Forget
Miller
How we encode information
Behaviorist/Learning
Perspective
Pavlov
Skinner
Watson
Bandura
Classical
Conditioning
Operant
Conditioning
Classical
Conditioning
Observational
Learning
Drooling Dogs
Skinner Box
Little Albert
Bobo the Clown
Humanist Perspective
Abraham Maslow
Hierarchy of Needs/Self-Actualization
Carl Rogers
Client-Centered Therapy/Unconditional
Positive Regard
Biological Perspective
Neural Communication
Neurotransmitters
Somatic N.S.
Nervous System
Central Nervous
System
Peripheral Nervous
System
Autonomic N.S.
Endocrine System
Pituitary Gland
Adrenal Gland
Psychodynamic Perspective
Sigmund Freud
Personality Structure
Carl Jung
Albert Adler
Susan Horney
Inferiority
Complex
Childhood
Anxiety &
Helplessness
Collective Unconscious
Defense Mechanisms
Archetypes
Social-Cultural Perspective
Zimbardo’s Prison
Experiment
Importance of Roles
Festinger
Cognitive Dissonance
Milgram’s Experiment
Solomon Asche
Conformity
Obedience
Heider
Attribution Theory
Evolutionary Perspective
Charles Darwin
Natural Selection
Sir Francis Galton
Role of Genetics (Nature)
Heritability
Role of Environment
(Nurture)