PSYCHOLOGY

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PSYCHOLOGY by Mind Map: PSYCHOLOGY

1. HISTORY & APPROACHES

1.1. SUBFIELDS

1.1.1. experimental

1.1.2. councelling

1.1.3. biopsychology

1.2. HISTORY

1.2.1. structuralism

1.2.2. functionalism

1.3. PERSPECTIVES

1.3.1. psychoanalysis

1.3.2. sociocultural

1.3.2.1. humanism

1.3.3. developmental

1.3.4. evolutionary

1.3.5. cognitive

1.3.6. behaviorism

2. COGNITION

2.1. CREATIVITY

2.1.1. CHARACTERISTICS

2.1.1.1. originality

2.1.1.2. fluency

2.1.1.3. flexibility

2.2. MEMORY

2.2.1. PARALLEL DISTRIOUTION

2.2.1.1. connectionist

2.2.2. LEVELS OF PROCESSING

2.2.2.1. deep

2.2.2.1.1. odd relationships

2.2.2.2. shallow

2.2.2.2.1. route memorization

2.2.2.3. parallel distriution

2.2.2.3.1. connectionist

2.2.3. 3 STAGE MEMORY

2.2.4. sensory

2.2.5. short term

2.2.6. long term

2.2.6.1. implicit

2.2.6.2. explicit

2.2.6.2.1. episodic

2.2.6.2.2. sematic

2.2.7. FORGETTING

2.2.7.1. encoding

2.2.7.2. decay

2.2.7.3. motivated

2.2.7.4. amnesia

2.2.7.5. interference

2.2.8. INFORMATION PROCESSING APPROACH

2.2.8.1. encoding

2.2.8.2. retrieval

2.2.8.3. storage

2.3. LANGUAGE

2.3.1. COMPONENTS

2.3.1.1. phonemes

2.3.1.2. mophemes

2.3.1.3. grammar

2.3.1.4. syntax semantic

2.3.2. STAGES

2.3.2.1. prelinguistic

2.3.2.2. cooing

2.3.2.3. babling

2.3.2.4. linguistic

2.3.2.5. telegraphic

2.3.3. Language relativity hypotheis

2.3.3.1. language is crosscultural

2.4. RESOURCES

2.4.1. personality

2.4.2. motivation

2.4.3. knowledge

2.4.4. environment

2.4.5. intellectual ability

2.4.6. thinking style

3. CONSCIOUSNESS - MOTIVATION -EMOTION

3.1. MOTIVATION

3.1.1. BIOLOGICAL

3.1.1.1. instinct

3.1.1.2. drive reduction

3.1.1.2.1. homeostasis

3.1.1.3. arousal

3.1.2. PSYCHOSOCIAL

3.1.2.1. incentive

3.1.2.2. cognitive

3.1.2.2.1. attribution

3.1.2.2.2. expectancies

3.1.2.3. Action Item

3.1.3. BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL

3.1.3.1. Maslov's Heirarchy of Needs

3.2. EMOTION

3.2.1. THEORIES

3.2.1.1. james lounge

3.2.1.2. cannon bard

3.2.1.3. facial feedback

3.2.1.4. schcacher's two factor

3.2.2. COMPNENTS

3.2.2.1. behavioral

3.2.2.2. neuroscience

3.2.2.2.1. ANS

3.2.2.3. cognitive

3.3. CONSCIOUSNESS

3.3.1. LEVELS

3.3.1.1. Automatic

3.3.1.2. controlled

3.3.2. ALTERED STATES

3.3.2.1. hypnosis

3.3.2.2. intoxication

3.3.2.2.1. opiates

3.3.2.2.2. hallucinogen

3.3.2.2.3. depressants

3.3.2.2.4. stimuants

3.3.2.3. DREAMING

3.3.2.3.1. circadian

3.3.2.3.2. repair

3.3.2.3.3. THEORIES

3.3.3. COMPONENTS

3.3.3.1. behavior

3.3.3.2. neuroscience

3.3.3.3. cognitive

3.4. HORMONES

3.4.1. epmephine

3.4.2. cortisol

3.4.3. neurons & memory

4. LEARNING

4.1. SOCIAL

4.1.1. latent

4.1.2. observational

4.1.3. insight

4.2. OPERANT CONDITIONING

4.2.1. reinforcement

4.2.2. punishment

4.3. CLASSICAL CONDITIONING

4.3.1. voluntary emotional response

4.3.2. John Watson

4.3.3. Pavlov

4.3.3.1. rat experiment

4.4. BIOLOGY OF LEARNING

4.4.1. instinct

4.4.2. taste aversion

4.4.3. instincitive drift

4.5. EXTINCTION

5. NATURAL SELECTION