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Paper 1
Question no 1. ( schools of thoughts)

Synopsis:

( this question should be prepared after the preparation of whole syllabus because following schools ( Psychoanalysis, behaviourism , cognitive, humanism and Gestalt ) are very beautifully explained in all the chapters . Once , one makes grip on different schools one becomes automatically able to explain all the important school of thoughts.



QUESTION NO.2 ( nervous System)


Neurons:

( following terminologies must be covered while preparing Neurons)

1. Gilia ( connecting cells)

2. Neurons

http://www2.jogjabelajar.org/modul/h...ain-neuron.gif ( diagram must)

Neuron Types:

Functional classification

Afferent neurons convey information from tissues and organs into the central nervous system and are sometimes also called sensory neurons.

Efferent neurons transmit signals from the central nervous system to the effector cells and are sometimes called motor neurons.

Interneurons connect neurons within specific regions of the central nervous system

3. Soma ( cell body)
4. Axon
5. Mylein Sheath( protective layer on axon)
6. Terminal Buttons( synapses)
7. Synaptic Cleft
8. Synaptic Vesicle ( contain Neurotransmitter)
9. Pre- synaptic membrane
10. Neurotransmitters
a. acetylcholine ( Voluntarily muscles and movement of body)
b. Monoamine
Dopamine ( schziophrenia)
Sertonin ( sleep and wakefulness)
Norepinephrine ( emotions)
c. Endorphin (pain relief)
9 reception sites
10. Post synaptic Membrane


Central Nervous System:

1. Somatic Nervous System (SNS)
  • deals with voluntarily muscles
    a. Afferent Neurons ( take message to Brain)

    b. Efferent neurons ( take message away from brain to effective Part)
    2. Autonomous Nervous System ( ANS):

    involuntarily muscles

    a. sympathetic Nervous System ( SNS):
    e.g you walking alone through dark street, suddenly you feel that somebody is following you , so all this happens
    ( fight or flight action)
    (heart beat fast, digestion slow, vasoconstriction, perspiration, goose pumps etc)

    b. Parasympathetic Nervous SystemPNS)

    e.g rest and peace ( conserve bodily resources)
    vasodilation, metabolism fast, digestion fast, everything normal,


    Brain..........



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Good work, but why one should go through such rigorous process when these topics have been very precisely explained in zimbardo's book??
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Paper 1
Question no 1. ( schools of thoughts)

Synopsis:

( this question should be prepared after the preparation of whole syllabus because following schools ( Psychoanalysis, behaviourism , cognitive, humanism and Gestalt ) are very beautifully explained in all the chapters . Once , one makes grip on different schools one becomes automatically able to explain all the important school of thoughts.
There are only three schools, Structuralism Functionalism and Gestalt. Rest are perspectives not schools.
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Good work, but why one should go through such rigorous process when these topics have been very precisely explained in zimbardo's book??

dear sumal

there is not everbody lucky enough to make an access to such books as you are mentioning , secondly, for the begginners i ve started this to make them aware what to cover in these topics . guys and girls are really wandering here and there to know what to do. so i just wana give them an ease .

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There are only three schools, Structuralism Functionalism and Gestalt. Rest are perspectives not schools.
dear mujtaba ,
though you are senior member but i really have doubt on ur senority.
i think before outrightly rejecting any point ist one has to make some standard search and must read some standard text.

if you study Maccionios or horton and hunt famous sociology books you come to know that these people have mentioned
structuralism
functionalism
symbolic interactionism

as

sociological perspectives. furthermore, psychoanalysis , behaviourism gestalt, humanism are school of thoughts

i am not rejecting that these are not school of thoughts these are known as early school of thoughts .

but the constructive base of psychology was laid by he modern school of thoughts which were mentioned by me and also part of the syllabus

i m recommending few sites and you must consult:

http://psychology.about.com/od/histo...olsthought.htm

http://psychology.about.com/od/schoo...Psychology.htm


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dear mujtaba ,
though you are senior member but i really have doubt on ur senority.
i think before outrightly rejecting any point ist one has to make some standard search and must read some standard text.

if you study Maccionios or horton and hunt famous sociology books you come to know that these people have mentioned
structuralism
functionalism
symbolic interactionism

as

sociological perspectives. furthermore, psychoanalysis , behaviourism gestalt, humanism are school of thoughts

i am not rejecting that these are not school of thoughts these are known as early school of thoughts .

but the constructive base of psychology was laid by he modern school of thoughts which were mentioned by me and also part of the syllabus

i m recommending few sites and you must consult:

http://psychology.about.com/od/histo...olsthought.htm

http://psychology.about.com/od/schoo...Psychology.htm


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symbolic interactionism is that a school of thought
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Right Brother, carry on..
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dear mujtaba ,
though you are senior member but i really have doubt on ur senority.
i think before outrightly rejecting any point ist one has to make some standard search and must read some standard text.

if you study Maccionios or horton and hunt famous sociology books you come to know that these people have mentioned
structuralism
functionalism
symbolic interactionism

as

sociological perspectives. furthermore, psychoanalysis , behaviourism gestalt, humanism are school of thoughts

i am not rejecting that these are not school of thoughts these are known as early school of thoughts .

but the constructive base of psychology was laid by he modern school of thoughts which were mentioned by me and also part of the syllabus

i m recommending few sites and you must consult:

http://psychology.about.com/od/histo...olsthought.htm

http://psychology.about.com/od/schoo...Psychology.htm


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1. I do not need medal for seniority. Do not take it personally

2. I have studied Zimbardo book in which he mention only three schools and rest as perspective. Janab Check it again in Feldman book he did not mention modern perspective in schools. You can check.
3. We are talking about Psychology not Sociology, it is also not my subject.
4. I did not outrightly reject your view, you can carry on with it.

According to Zimbardo 's book
Perspective:
Psychologists perspective determine the way in which they examine behaviour and mental processes.
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1. I do not need medal for seniority. Do not take it personally

2. I have studied Zimbardo book in which he mention only three schools and rest as perspective. Janab Check it again in Feldman book he did not mention modern perspective in schools. You can check.
3. We are talking about Psychology not Sociology, it is also not my subject.
4. I did not outrightly reject your view, you can carry on with it.

According to Zimbardo 's book
Perspective:
Psychologists perspective determine the way in which they examine behaviour and mental processes.
hhahahaahhaahha
i am not taking it personal
i just mentioned that you are saying that " these are not school of thoughts and there are only three schools of thoughts "

i was saying if you go through these sources you could come to know .

furthermore Zimbardo's book is not the bilbe for psychology. he mentioned what you is right , but there re other books and sources are too and take decisions according to the rule of majority of authority

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1. I do not need medal for seniority. Do not take it personally

2. I have studied Zimbardo book in which he mention only three schools and rest as perspective. Janab Check it again in Feldman book he did not mention modern perspective in schools. You can check.
3. We are talking about Psychology not Sociology, it is also not my subject.
4. I did not outrightly reject your view, you can carry on with it.

According to Zimbardo 's book
Perspective:
Psychologists perspective determine the way in which they examine behaviour and mental processes.

perspectives = processes as per ur definition

thoughts = ideas



however , i am really sorry if you feel bad my tune was bit rough ,i admit, i am sorry for that

if you go through ur message again " you said that there are only three school of thoughts"

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perspectives = processes as per ur definition

thoughts = ideas



however , i am really sorry if you feel bad my tune was bit rough ,i admit, i am sorry for that

if you go through ur message again " you said that there are only three school of thoughts"
Yes you are right Zimbardo book is not final some CSP who scored real well recommended this and i myself found it well. Do not be sorry its alright we are just discussing may be i wrong , may be you , but point is to clear confusion.
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Brain
hind Brain
Mid Brain
Fore brain


Hind Brain


Pons (sleep and wakefulness)
Medualla (involuntary functions, breathing)
Cerebellum ( physical Balance)

Mid Brain

( Voluntarily movements, walking ) ( prankinson's disease muscle rigidty)
Reticular Formation ( sleep and arousal)


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Thalamus ( all the sensory info passes through it exxcept smell)
Hypothalamus ( biological needs sex hunger)
Limbic System
Amygadala ( emotions fear, love)
Hippocampus ( thinking processes)
Cerebrum
left hemisphere
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lobes
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