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Notes binder activity perspectives in psychology

Notes/Binder ActivityPerspectives in Psychology


Bellringer

Bellringer

You live in a country where you are unhappy. The living conditions are poor, the government is corrupt, and there is a lack of mobilization. The current president you feel is the root of all the problems. Finally, the election comes up, and the reform candidate looks as if he is the hope your country needs. It seems as if he will win the election in a landslide. The election results come in, and you are very surprised to see that the president has been re-elected. How do you feel? What do you do?


Observe the following video clips and do the following

Observe the following video clips and do the following

1) Summarize the video.

2) Explain how you think the video relates to psychology.


Reading quiz 1

Reading Quiz 1

  • Reading Quiz 1:

  • 1)Which perspective focuses most on the passing of genetics and traits?

    • A.Cognitive

    • B.Humanistic

    • C.Evolutionary

    • D.Behaviorism

  • 2)Which perspective focuses most on the use of rewards and punishments?

    • A.Cognitive

    • B.Humanistic

    • C.Evolutionary

    • D.Behaviorism

  • 3)Which perspective focuses most on memory and the way we interpret different information?

    • A.Cognitive

    • B.Humanistic

    • C.Behaviorism

    • D.Neuroscience

    • E.None of the above.


Reading quiz 2

Reading Quiz 2

  • 1) John Locke believed that we learned through experience. This best describes

    • A)Empiriscm

    • B)Biology

    • C)Structuralism

    • D)None of the above.

  • 2) The science of behavior and mental processes can be best described as:

    • A)Biology

    • B)Ecology

    • C)Psychology

    • D)Emprisicism

  • 3) Who was the Psychologist that set up the very first psychological laboratory?

    • A)Wilhelm Wundt

    • B)LeonardoDiCaprio

    • C)Plato

    • D)Socrates


Bell ringer views of evolution

Bell ringer:Views of Evolution

  • You are on a boat that overturns. It contains your 5 yearold and your 1 yearold (of the same sex). The boat sinks and you can only save one. Whom would you chose to save? (circle one) Explain.

    • 5 year old

    • 1 year old

  • That same boat contains your 40 year-old and 20- year-old children (same sex). Neither can swim. As the boat sinks, whom do you save? Circle one and explain briefly

    • 40 year old

    • 20 year old

  • Would you rather marry someone older or younger than self? Why?

    • Older

    • Younger

  • You and your spouse are the proud parents of a new child. The grandparents couldn’t be happier. Who do you think will be kinder to the child? Circle one. Explain.

    • The mother of the mother

    • The mother of the father.


Evolutionary psychology

Evolutionary Psychology

  • Examine human thoughts/actions in terms of Natural Selection/reproduction.

  • How would a psychologist explain the actions of the Iranians in the video clip from yesterday?


Bellringer1

Bellringer

  • 1) Do you believe that your personality and traits are a result of your life experience, or your genes? Explain

  • 2) In detail, describe a dream that you once had.


Nature vs nurture

Nature vs. Nurture

  • Controversy in Psy whether our environment/experience or our genes has more of an impact in traits/behaviors


Understand the different schools of psychology and how they clash

Understand the different schools of psychology and how they clash.

BR (in notebooks)

  • 1)EXPLAIN YOUR OVERALL REACTION TO THE VIDEO. BE VERY DETAILED.

  • 2) WHAT ARE SOME OF THE LONG AND SHORT TERM EFFECTS OF BULLYING?


Humanistic psychology

Humanistic Psychology

We chose our behaviors. They are guided by Physiological/emotional/spiritual needs.


Behaviorism

Behaviorism

Looks at learned behavior due to rewards and punishments.


Biopsychology

: Biopsychology

Explain human and behavior in terms of biology (genes, brain, chemicals)

How would the psychologist explain the behavior of the serial killer?


Psychoanalytic

Psychoanalytic

Unconscious mind controls actions.

Repression

How would the psychoanalytic perspective explain the actions of the killer?


Obj understand different schools of psy

Obj: Understand different schools of psy

BR: How would the humanistic, biopsychology, and behaviorist perspective explain why Ed Gein killed?


Social cultural perspective

Social-Cultural Perspective

  • Compare/contrasts behavior by culture.


Cognitive

Cognitive

Study ones memory, thinking process (interpretation), reasoning, language

How would a cognitive psychologist evaluate the actions of the killer?


Apply schools of psychology to everyday events

Apply schools of psychology to everyday events

How would the different perspectives we learned evaluate a case of Ted Bundy

1)humanistic

2)biopsychology

3)sociocultural

4)cognitive

5)behaviorism

6)psychoanalytic


Apply schools of psy to everyday events

Apply schools of Psy to everyday events

How would the different perspectives we learned evaluate a case of discrimination

1)humanistic

2)biopsychology

3)sociocultural

4)cognitive

5)behaviorism

6)psychoanalytic


Humanistic

Humanistic

*free choice..needed to full-fill emotional need by killing ffamily

Need to take steroids… physically addicted


Biopsychology1

Biopsychology

Brain Injuries in WWE.

Effect of steroids on mind and body


Sociocultural

Sociocultural

Are wrestlers more angry then the rest of the population? Steroids=is it a trend in wrestlers?


Cognitive1

Cognitive

  • Interprets the need to take Steroids as something all wrestlers need to do.


Evolutionary

Evolutionary

Steroids= Survival of the fittest

Contradiction?


Behaviorism1

Behaviorism

Steroids= reward from WWE

More muscles=more money


Psychoanalytic1

Psychoanalytic

Past events in life caused him to do this. Unaware of those past events.

Repressed=put events in back of his mind…cant remember doing it…makes him feel uncomfortable


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