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Name Date Class Guided Reading Activity 1-2 ©0000 A Brief History of Trane wih texto pages 12-22 Psychology Directions: Filling in the Blanks Use your textbook to fill in the blanks using the words in the box, behavioral functionalist introspection cognitivists Gestalt observation René Descartes Greeks psychobiologists, dualism heredity rational ethnic humanists ‘unconscious The Origins of Psychology In the fifth and sixth centuries B.C. the 1 ___decided that people were 2 During the Renaissance, scientists began to use 3 to confirm thelr theories. 4 __ disagreed with the concept of 5 Instead, he believed that there was a link between the mind and the body. Historical Approaches ‘Wilhelm Wundt developed a method of self-observation known as 6 William James was a7 ‘who proposed that all activities of the mind have the basic, purpose of allowing us to survive as a species. Sir Francis Galton studied the influence of 8 ____ on human abilities and behavior. A group of German psychologists proposed that perception is a whole pattern, or a9 Contemporary Approaches ‘Sigmund Freud was primarily interested in the 10 ______ mind. Ivan Pavlov was a pioneer in 11, __ psychology. 12 ___ describe human nature as evolving and self-directed. Psychologists who focus on how information is processed, stored, and recalled are known as 13 _. PET scans and CAT scans are modern tools used by 14___ Sociocultural psychology studies the influence of 15 and cultural similarities and differences on behavior. “ou ‘soruedauog m-mex00¢ 9A, 69 EKO) 2 Guided Reading Activities Name Date Class Vocabulary Activity 1-2 Directions: Use the clues below to find the hidden words. A Brief History of Psychology TSYLANAOHCYSPKT SBTXQKVFZACIJYQS INTROSPECTIONRI LMRKUNSEEUBLWYG ALUVLCOXLBTZTYPO NMMBCSTVISSSDCL OGTISRIUVOISIKAO IMIOQUGVRNZVQFI TZIMEPDOOACIUDB CTUEOGIKUMLTZUO NOKNZVOXGUWICTH UJBDABDIAHNNSXC FTIDHBZHPGTKGMTY XQEZHYKMVX10QZS QBFOYRSXBVCCUZP CLUES 1. A) studies how unconscious motives and conflicts determine human behavior. 2. Through. , participants self-report their thoughts and feelings. 3. An) encourages people to reach their full potential. 4. A) believed that we can understand perceptions by breaking them down into smaller elements. 5. A psychologist who focuses on how humans process, store, and use information is a(n) __. 6. Ain) studied how our minds help us adapt to our environment. 1. The influence of physical and chemical changes on behavior is studied by a(n) 8. An) environment. Directions: Answer the following questions in the space provided. 9. What is dualism? analyzes how organisms modify their behavior based on responses to events in their 10. Why did René Descartes disagree with the concept of dualism? Vocabulary Activities “sur ‘soquedog M-MEIDIW oHL Aq @ 14B1LKdO