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  • Posted Remembering Psych 1001 to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Over the course of this semester, we have looked at quite a few topics. Some things that we studied I had previously learned about in a my high school Psychology course but went into more depth about such as some...
  • Posted Fine with Freud? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Sigmund Freud was one of the most influential psychologists when it came to the topic of personality. Freud was not originally a psychologist or psychiatrist but a neurologist. After studying a woman in Paris with a mental disorder, Freud directed...
  • Posted Eating Disorders and the Brain to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Eating Disorders are the extreme attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors in which an individual looks at food. The most common forms of eating disorders are anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, and binge eating. Anorexia nervosa, or anorexia for short, is where an...
  • Posted False Memories and Deja Vu Together to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Memories are usually what remain over time to help us remember events, right? Well believe it or not, some of your memories could be false memories. False memories are memories that did not actually occur; you just think that they...
  • Posted Deja Vu:Have you seen it before? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Have you ever felt like you've already done something or have already seen what you just did? Then you have experienced déjà vu. Déjà vu is French for already seen. The psychological explanation for déjà vu is that you have...
  • Posted Nature vs. Nurture; can the two be linked? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Nature vs. Nurture is one method of studying behaviors. The "Nature" aspect is based on the idea that your genes shape you. The "Nurture" aspect is based on the idea that the environment shapes you. I feel that this theory...
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