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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
In classical conditioning, the response elicited by an unconditioned stimulus without prior learning.
In Your Own Words
Your innate reaction or innate reflex to a stimulus.
An involuntary and natural reaction to a stimulus.
Responses that are completely natural and occur without someone having any prior learning.
reactions to a stimulus.
Reactions to a stimulus that are not learned but innate.
An innate response to a stimulus.
A response that does not have to be learned.
In Pavlov's dogs, the dogs reacted with a salivation(UCR) reflex when food was first presented to them.
You naturally tear up to the smell of onions and sweaty gym socks, without prior learning.
If you were standing by a fence and out of no where a barking, growling dog jumps on the fence behind you.You naturally jump from it.
You touch a hot stove and pull your hand away because of the pain.
Lemon Powder Day
experiment you salivate at the taste of the lemon powder even before you start the experiment.
When you smell a foul odor (UCS) you cringe your face (UCR).
When a doctor hits the space inbetween your knee cap and leg your leg jerks. The hit is the unconditioned stimulus, and the uncontrollable jerk is the uconditioned response.
You lose control of your bladder when you get scared.
You automatically flinch when someone pretends to hit you.
You squeeze a lemon on your tounge and you cringe because it is sour.
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