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-The idea that human behavior is governed by a physical component and a non physical (i., spiritual) component is referred to as ____________.
-The idea that human behavior is governed by a physical component and a non physical (i.e., spiritual) component is referred to as ____________.
-What does Luigi Galvani's research with applied electrical currents suggest?
The brain is not divided into areas for specific tasks.
Human behaviour is caused by electrochemical processes.
Human behaviour is a combination of mechanical and spiritual components.
The brain is divided into areas for specific tasks.
-Who is credited with the development of Cartesian Dualism?
-What philosophical view of human behavior is best supported by the work of Paul Broca?
-We can study human behaviour scientifically because it is determined by _________.
-According to materialism, what is the cause of human behaviour?
-Determining whether something is true or false by observing it through experimentation is called _____________.
-What psychological principle would you be demonstrating if you were asked to hold a weight in either hand and determine which one weighed more?
Just noticeable difference
Stimulus intensity threshold
Just perceived difference
Noticeable difference threshold
-What was William James main contribution to the field of Psychology?
Generating and publishing ideas about psychological topics
Conducting the first laboratory based research experiments
Measuring the speed of neural transmission rate
Training observers how to perform introspection
-Who is recognized as being the first psychologist?
Hermann Von Helmholtz
-Introspection is a technique wherein a person reflects upon and reports their personal experience. Early scientists criticized this technique because it was ____________.
Indirect and subjective
Indirect and objective
Direct and subjective
Direct and objective
-Who argued that the psyche contained three components called the Id, Ego, and Super-ego?
-According to Freud, psychological problems arise from conflict between the __________ and the ________."
-According to Freud, what is the part of our psyche that is instinctually driven by our basic needs, wants and desires?
-According to Freud, what is the part of the psyche that attempts to balance immediate gratification and societal norms?
-What is the best way to describe Freuds approach to psychology?
-According to Freud, what is the part of our psyche that is most interested in maintaining societal norms and decency?