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  1. (Psychology)
    School of thought in psychology since the early 1900s. Suggest that behavior can be explained by means of environmental causes.
    Behaviorism
  2. John B. Watson
    Behaviorism
  3. Ivan Pavlov
    Behaviorism
  4. B. F. Skinner
    Behaviorism
  5. Focuses on mental processes including how people think, perceive, remember, and learn.
    Cognitive Psychology
  6. Jean Piaget- proposed one of the most influential theories on the stages of cognative developmet
    Cognitive Psychology
  7. Albert Bandura
    Cognitive Psychology
  8. Daniel Kahneman
    Cognitive Psychology
  9. Steven Pinker
    Cognitive Psychology
  10. Daniel Schacter
    Cognitive Psychology
  11. Robert Sternberg
    Cognitive Psychology
  12. Attaches special importance to technology and economic factors in the development of a society.
    (Anthroplogy)
    Cultrual Materialism
  13. American psychologist; stage theory of development
    Erik Erikson
  14. Austrain psychiatrist; sexual drive; Oedipus complex
    Sigmend Freud
  15. Applies the scientific method to the examination of the social word and uses analogies between individual organisms and society. Empasis is on use.
    (Anthropology, Sociology)
    Funtionalism
  16. Emile Durkheim-French sociologist-considered one of the fathers of modern sociology.
    Funtionalism
  17. Talcott Parsons- American Sociologist; developed sturctural functionalism as a means of analyzing society
    Functionalism
  18. Developed in Germany and Austria in the late 19th century. Believed that the conscious experience must ne considered as a wholem rather than broken down into small elements. The whole is greater that just the sum of its parts
    Gestalt Psychology
  19. Max Wertheimer
    Gestalt Psychology
  20. Kurt Koffka
    Gestalt Psychology
  21. Wolfgang Kohler-worked with chimps
    Gestalt Psychology
  22. Fritz Perls
    Gestalt Psychology
  23. American anthropologist and primologist; know for her chimpanzee studies in Tanzania
    Jane Goodall
  24. Schools of though outside of the mainstram economics and Post-Kenynesian economics
    Heterodox Economins
  25. Developed in the 1950s in response to both behaviorism ad psychoanalysis Focused on free will, personal growth, and self-actualization.
    Humanistic Psychology
  26. Abraham Maslow
    Humanistic Psychology
  27. Carl Rogers- among the founders of the humanistic approachto psychology. Rogers is widely considered to be one of the founding fathers of psychotherapy research
    Humanistic Psychology
  28. Swiss psychatrist; self-realization
    Carl Jung
  29. German economist; founder of communism
    Karl Mark
  30. Russian physiologisy psychologisy; conditioning on reflexes
    Ivan Pavlov
  31. Founded by Sigmund Freud
    Psychoanalysis
  32. States that the human mind is composed of three elements: the id, The ego, and the superego. The unconsious plays an important role in the explanation of behavior.
    Psychoanalysis
  33. American psychologisy; behaviorist; studied the effect of reinforcement on behavior; worked with rates and pigions;
    B.F. Skinner
  34. Suggest that mening is produced through practices and activites. The mind uses bimary opposited that differ from culture to culture
    Structualism
  35. Claude Levi-Strauss
    Structualism
  36. People interact with each other by interpreting each other's actions. Their interactions are therefore based on the meaning they attach to the action.
    (Anthropology, Sociology)
    Symbolic Interaction
  37. George H. Mead
    Symbolic Interaction
  38. Herbert Blumer
    Symbolic Interaction
  39. Erving Goffman-studied social interaction
    Symbolic Interaction
  40. German sociologist; argued in The Protestant ethis and the Sprirtual Capitalism that Protestantism influenced the development of capitalism.
    Max Weber

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