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AP Psychology Important People Linguistic Anthropology Personal Construct Theory Psychology
Theories of Personality Ch. 11 – Flashcards 40 terms
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Course(s) In English English/Language Arts 2 (10Th Grade) Important People Thomas Jefferson
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Daily Life Important People Literature Natural Resources
Why We Study Myths 6 terms
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Arts And Sciences Behavioral Sciences Important People
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When we watch important people in our lives being depressed, we imitate it.
7. Which of the following is not consistent with the definition of a ritual? a. stories b. sequence of activities c. repetition d. key values e. identifies important people
•History of Psychology ◦What is the difference between structuralism and functionalism? Who were the important people in those early fields? ◦Who were the important people behind the Gestalt, psychoanalytic and behaviorism approaches?
The Greek philosophers Socrates (469-399 BC) and Plato (428-348 BC) believed that we are born with innate knowledge of the world and that the mind and the body exist as two distinct entities, a contention called dualism. Aristotle (384-322 BC), used careful observations to conclude that the mind is not separate from the body (monism) and that we accumulate knowledge through our experiences. Rene Descartes (1595-1650) and John Locke (1632-1704), supported mind/body dualism (Cognito ergo sum – ”I think, therefore I am.”) and maintained that humans are born with knowledge. Wilhelm Wundt (1832-1920) is credited with creating the first experimental psychology laboratory and trained his students to analyze their thoughts, sensations, and perceptions through objective introspection. To understand the elements of the mind, psychologists need to measure and analyze their own thoughts and perceptions. Along with his student, Edward Titchener (1867-1927), Wundt founded structuralism, the belief that every thought or perception can be broken down into separate emotions and sensations. William James (1842-1910) expanded on Charles Darwin’s theory of natural selection; he believed that certain physical traits helped an animal survive in their environment and because of their success, that animal would be more likely to mate and pass on these traits to their offspring.
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A preschool teacher is setting up an art activity using tempera paints and a variety of painting tools (e.g., brushes, sponges, cotton swabs). For three- and four-year- old children, it would be most appropriate for this activity to be designed primarily for which of the following purposes? A. fostering the children’s ability to complete a project without adult assistance B. prompting the children to depict important people or events in their own lives C. focusing the children’s attention on how best to create a pleasing final product D. encouraging the children to explore the characteristics of the medium and the materials
D. encouraging the children to explore the characteristics of the medium and the materials
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The Egyptians painted important people with their heads in profile and their eyes in __________.
in frontal position
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Important people/organizations involved
Students Black Panthers President Ichiye Hayakawa Third World Liberation Front
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Marita’s Bargain: important people
Jarvis + Gold: studied the importance of not making students “over study” Hopkins: studied gap in wealthy/poor students education
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1915-1920’s Important People
Ruth St. Denis, Ted Shawn
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