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kurt lewin (2)
field dependence, leadership styles- laissez faire, autocratic, democratic
aronson and lidner
gain-loss principle
schacter
anxiety related to need to affiliate
daryl bem
self-perception theory
janis, irving
groupthink
zajonc (2)
mere exposure effect, audience good for performance when adept and bad when a novice
hovland
sleeper effect- over time, more credible sources are less convincing and less credible sources are more convincing
witkin
field dependence
mclelland
need for achievement
adler
inferiority complex
Milner
HM, anterograde anmesia
Murray
developed TAT with Morgan. latent needs (not openly displayed), manifest needs (observed in people's actions), "press" (external influences on motivation)
terman
revised stanford binet to be independent of age
phi phenom
sensory perception- 2 lights blinking looks like 1 light moving
Gibson
depth cues
Weber
JND
Hubel and Weisel
One cell for detecting one feature
Kohler (2)
Insight and isomorphisms
conrad
found people have more difficulty recalling words that sound similar
franz gall
phrenology
efferent
away from CNS and to motor neuron- make an EFFORT to move
afferent
To SNS with sensory info
secondary gain
advantage patient gets from illness- external motivation like avoiding jail time, getting out of a contract, etc
primary gain
gets gain from internal motivation to be sick, maybe no longer feels guilty about not being able to do something
conservation and scientist- piaget
concrete and formal
moro reflex-
gone after 4 monhs, baby flings out arms when head moves unexpectedly
babinski
bottom of foot, failure means neural developmental problems
Sandra Bem
androgeny
Scoville and Milner
HM- medial temp lobes removed- hippocampus- anterograde amnesia
reaction formation
defense mechanism - freud- reversing your feelings- taking the opposite belief because the true belief causes anxiety
projection
Attributing your own feelings to someone/thing else
sublimation
taking your unacceptable impulses and turning them into something good- agression into boxing career
pluralistic ignorance
thinking nobody else feels like you- not turning the music down because you think others want it so loud. contrast with false consensus effect where you think everyone agrees
social facilitation
performance when others are around
Galton
studied individual differences
raymond catell
factor analysis of personality- 16 factors
James McKeen Catell and galton
individual differences,
flooding vs imploding
flooding- treating phobia by immersion.
Imploding is making someone imagine trauma
sperling
tachistoscope- 3 by 3 arrays- iconic memory
hypothetico-deductive method
hypothesis, controlled testing, revision
confabulation
making up memories- korsakoffs
reciprocal inhibition
systematic desensitization- relax while you are confronted with a phobia. You can't be both at once
transferrence
client transfers feelings about significant others in the past onto the therapist
rods
best acuity in dim light, not present in the fovea, present in the periphery, are achromatic
cones
color vision, work best in light, concentrated in the fovea
retroactive interference means...
what you just learned interferes with what are trying to remember learning earlier. Like how Hebrew interfered with my learning french
damage to septum vs amygdala or hypothalamus
Damage to septum created sham rage, while damage to amygdala or hypothalamus results in decreased aggression
turners v kleinfelters
XO vs XXY. turners have no secondary sex characteristics. Klienfelters look female