1. The psychological school of thought that stressed the whole or
complete view of a situation was:
2. Before this school of thought came about, the main focus
of Psychology was to study the unconscious and how the unconscious
mind is affected by early life experiences. However, this school
of thought stated that the only events that should be studied
in Psychology are those that are observable directly; since the
unconscious is not observable directly, it should not be studied.
What is this school of thought?
3. This school of thought stated that Psychologists should study the many
different components of the mind independently, because in order to
understand how the conscious mind works, we must understand all of
its individual parts completely. What is this school of thought?
4. According to this Psychological school of thought, to understand
human behavior and thought, one must understand the unconscious
mind and the key events that happened early in life that influence
the unconscious mind. What is this school of thought?
5. Psychology as a science evolved from what other two scientific fields?
biology and psychoanalysis
chemistry and philosophy
chemistry and biology
physiology and philosophy
6. Edward Titchener used a method for studying the mind that
became very popular during the Structuralist period. The method,
called _____ required trained participants to report their conscious
mental experiences to the investigator. For example, if a person
was angry, they would report all of their experiences during
the time they were angry.
7. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, the idea that the crucial
element in understanding behavior was not the conscious mind
but the unconscious mind was posited by ______.
8. According to Abraham Maslow and the ______ perspective,
a person's individual subjective experience of the world is the
most important subject matter in Psychology and the only way
to really understand human behavior and thought.
9. The dominant perspective in modern psychology is the ______
perspective, which is a combination of the Gestalt and Behaviorist
perspectives. It is like Gestalt Psychology because it identifies
the importance of how the mind perceives and organizes information.
It is like the Behaviorist perspective because the need for controlled
experimental studies are needed to understand human behavior
and thought properly.
10. The idea that to obtain true knowledge, this knowledge
must be acquired through one of the senses is known as:
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