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The Science of Psychology
The Biological Perspective
Sensation & Perception
Motivation and Emotion
Testing and Intelligence
Treatment of Psychological Disorders
2013-14 Example Starters
When I was a kid...
In the future...
At a concert...
In a world...
If you were raised by wolves...
At a restaurant...
Basically I got in trouble because...
One does not simply...
If you were alone in the world...
When the zombies come...
When you're driving...
When I have kids...
We could test this out...
If we didn't have this...
In a rap battle...
I could use my knowledge of this to predict that...
While studying for my test...
_______ is related to _______ because...
When you are playing call of duty...
Biology, natural selection, and adaptation
Heightened human abilities
The Ninja and His Nemesis
Nature v Nurture
Gina and Tina: Separated Twins
he sense of body position and movement of body parts relative to each other.
This sense keeps track of body parts relative to each other.
Provides constant sensory feedback of the muscles in your body are doing during motion.
Knowing what types of body movement are needed and how to adjust your body in situations.
A processes where a stimulus is received,
, and conducted as impulses to be interpreted by the brain.
You know that your arm swings when you walk.
Tells you which hand is closer to the telephone when it rings.
Keeps you from knocking over a cup of coffee as you reach for it.
People who have suffered from a stroke or brain damage have to look at their arms or legs to know what they are doing because they have lost their kinesthetic sense.
Walking through a parking lot & squeezing through closely parked cars to get to yours
When riding a bicycle, receptors in your arms and legs send information to the brain about the position and movement of your legs & arm
When riding a horse you need to be aware of the position of your feet and hands so the horse knows to continue to walk or run and not to stop.
which is another part of position and movement that tells us how we are postured. (Straight, leaning, reclined or upside down)
help us make a sensory "map" of the spatial relationships between objects and events.
Position and Movement
include the sense organs that convert stimulation into neural messages.
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