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  • Posted I Will Remember to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Five years from now, the thing I'll remember most about from psychology 1001 will be classical conditioning. Classical condition is the form of learning in which animals come to respond to a previously neutral stimulus that had been paired with...
  • Posted Does Birth Order Really Define our Personality? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    According to the book, birth order tends to be associated with out personality. They claim that firstborns tend toward achievement, middle-borns toward diplomacy, and later-borns toward risk taking. Sulloway's findings raised the possibility that birth order is an important non-shared...
  • Posted How Does the Style of Parenting Effect Children? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    In our text book, 4 different styles of parenting are brought up. They are: permissive, authoritarian, authoritative, and uninvolved. Permissive parents us discipline sparingly and often shower their children with attention. Authoritarian parents are super strict and show little affection...
  • Posted Is your mood affecting your memories? to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Do you ever forget about an upsetting memory, but then the next time you are in a sad mood; you can't help but remember it? If you have, you're experiencing mood-dependent learning. This means that people find that when they...
  • Posted Not Your Traditional Late Night Snack to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Sleep walking is a disorder known all around the world, but sleep eating is not. Sleep eating formally known as SRED (sleep related eating disorder) affects millions, mostly women, around the world. Sleep eating is when one eats in the...
  • Posted Not Your Traditional Late Night Snack to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    Sleep walking is a disorder known all around the world, but sleep eating is not. Sleep eating formally known as SRED (sleep related eating disorder) affects millions, mostly women, around the world. Sleep eating is when one eats in the...
  • Posted I can see your halo to Section 04 and 05 F11 PSY 1001
    The halo effect: is the tendency of rating of one positive characteristic to spill over to influence the ratings of other positive characteristics. To put this is simple terms; you're basically blinded by one's beauty or your love for them,...
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