Review the following in preparation for the Week Four quiz.
- Concepts associated with behavioral conditioning—both classical and operant (PSY/300)
- Philosophical roots of psychology (PSY/310)
- Historical roots of psychology as a specific discipline (PSY/310)
- Basics of statistical reasoning in psychology as a specific discipline (PSY/315)
- Basic mappings of the motor cortex (PSY/340)
- Basics of genetics and basic biology (PSY/340)
- Basic definitions of motivation (PSY/355)
- Theories of motivation with emphasis on hierarchical theories (PSY/355)
- Basics of lifespan developmental stages and the issues involved with each stage (PSY/375)
- Biological issues encountered in late life stages of development (PSY/375)
- Basics of operant conditioning and learning (PSY/390)
- Principles involved in classical conditioning, as denoted by Pavlov (PSY/390)
- Basics of Erik Erikson’s psychosocial theory of development as it relates to social psychological issues (PSY/400)
- Social learning theory as it relates to personality and behavior (PSY/405)
- Basic theoretical approaches to the study of personality (PSY/405)
- Basic classification subcategories for thought disorders, including schizophrenia (PSY/410)
- Axis II personality disorders, as presented in the DSM-IV-TR, and how such orders are characterized in terms of signs and symptoms (PSY/410)
- Historical roots of industrial and organizational psychology and how the field was founded (PSY/435)
- Foundational elements of work motivation theories (PSY/435)
- Basic tenants of cross-cultural psychology and how this subdiscipline fits into the broader psychological field (PSY/450)
- Cultural psychological perspectives on mental and physical disorders (PSY/450)
- Basic concepts and definitions in environmental psychology (PSY/460)
- Environmental interactions with an organism’s natural responses (PSY/460)
- Principles of reliability as they relate to psychometrics (PSY/475)
- Principles of validity as they relate to psychometrics (PSY/475)
- Various styles of therapy and how clinicians define themselves in terms of therapeutic approaches (PSY/480)
- The history of clinical forms and applications of psychology and how the field evolved (PSY/480)
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