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HPS203 The Human Mind Study Notes

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complete summary notes from weeks 1-11 for the human mind. In dot points with examples.

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Neuropsychology Cognitive science Neuroscience Cognition Mental processes Neuropsychological assessment Working memory Memory Encoding Short-term memory Attention Dichotic listening
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pro/cons introspection & behaviourism • Introspection= Wilhelm wundt & titchener way to study thoughts is to look within ie observe and collect info of self. Done by introspectors that were trained to report and not interpret *Pro= v influential, made psyc separate from philosophy etc *Cons- doesn't account for unconscious thought processes -non objective and unmeasurable/reliable etc • Behaviourism= Objective & observable *Pros-revealed principles concerned with how bheaviour changes in response 2 stimuli & created basis for learning theory *Cons- avoids internal proceses focus on what comes out ie behavior Avoids memories beliefs etc as unable to be studied scientifically and thus focus on the objective situation. 3...
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