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  • Posted Fallacies & Heuristics to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    Ever since a critical thinking class, I have been fascinated with the numerous fallacies and inconsistent ways in which we think, depending on our situations. After this class of psychology I feel even more equipped with the tools I need...
  • Posted Positive Psychology to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    This is a concept mention in our text (pg 422) that emphasizing positive human characteristics. This concept has gained a lot of critisicm because, as some researchers say, it takes away from "defensive pessimis", which is a strategy of...
  • Posted Beta Blocking Drugs and Trauma. to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    According to healmyPTSD.com, "70% of adults in the U.S. have experienced some type of traumatic event at least once in their lives. That's 223.4 million people." In our lives, many of us will experience events that will bother us or...
  • Posted False Memory Controversy and Legal Skeptisism to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    In our text beginning on page 277 the authors introduce us to a very controversial issue regarding repressing and recovering memories. One side argues that some memories, such as sexual abuse or traumatic events are repressed and then recovered some...
  • Posted REM in Animals to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    REM in Animals Psych Write # 2 I think that pursuing researching about dreams through animals is essential in both a scientific view and a compassionate one about understanding our pets. As stated in the text, REM is "biologically important,...
  • Posted Skeptisim in Media to Section 02 & 03 F11 Psy 1001
    In a world where we are constantly bombarded with information from possibly thousands of sources a day, it is nearly impossible to consciously examine and thoroughly evaluate every scrap of information coming our way. Part of our brain already filters...
  • Posted Skeptisim in Media to Unreliable Media
    In a world where we are constantly bombarded with information from possibly thousands of sources a day, it is nearly impossible to consciously examine and thoroughly evaluate every scrap of information coming our way. Part of our brain already filters...
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