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1. History, Approaches,
10. Psychological Disorders &
11. Treatment of Psychological
12. Social
13. Statistics, Tests and
2. Biological Bases of
3. Sensory and
4. States of
7. Motivation and
8. Developmental
[Official Study Guide] Sample
[Peterson] Practice
[PracticeQuiz] Exam
[ProProfs] Practice

CLEP Introductory Psychology

Notes and Exercises on CLEP Introductory Psychology. I took notes based on the videos tutorials at and the practice exams collected below.

The source for the website is hosted on GitHub.

Table of Contents

[1. History, Approaches, Methods](1. History, Approaches, Methods.html)

1.1 History of psychology
1.2 Approaches: biological, behavioral, cognitive, humanistic, psychodynamic
1.3 Research methods: experimental, clinical, correlational
1.4 Ethics in research

[2. Biological Bases of Behavior](2. Biological Bases of Behavior.html)

2.1 Endocrine system
2.2 Etiology
2.3 Functional organization of the nervous system
2.4 Genetics
2.5 Neuroanatomy
2.6 Physiological techniques

[3. Sensory and Perception](3. Sensory and Perception.html)

3.1 Attention
3.2 Other senses: somesthesis, olfaction, gustation, vestibular system
3.3 Perceptual development
3.4 Perceptual processes
3.5 Receptor processes: vision, audition

[4. States of Consciousness](4. States of Consciousness.html)

4.1 Sleeping and dreaming
4.2 Hypnosis and meditation
4.3. Psychoactive drug effects

[5. Learning](5. Learning.html)

5.1 Biological bases
5.2 Classical conditioning
5.3 Cognitive process in learning
5.4 Observational learning
5.5 Operant conditioning

[6. Cognition](6. Cognition.html)

6.1 Intelligence and creativity
6.2 Language
6.3 Memory
6.4 Thinking and problem solving

[7. Motivation and Emotion](7. Motivation and Emotion.html)

7.1 Theories of emotion
7.2 Theories of motivation
7.3 Biological bases of Hunger, Thirst, Sex, Pain
7.4 Social motivation

[8. Developmental Psychology](8. Developmental Psychology.html)

8.1 Research methods: longitudinal, cross-sectional
8.2 Theories of development
8.3 Dimensions of development: physical, cognitive, social, moral
8.4 Gender identity and sex roles
8.5 Heredity-environment issues

[9. Personality](9. Personality.html)

9.1 Assessment techniques
9.2 Growth and adjustment
9.3 Personality theories and approaches
9.4 Self-concept, self-esteem
9.5 Research methods: idiographic, nomothetic

[10. Psychological Disorders & Health](10. Psychological Disorders & Health.html)

10.1 Background and DSM-V
10.2 Affective disorders
10.3 Anxiety disorders
10.4 Somatoform disorders
10.5 Dissociative disorder
10.6 Psychoses
10.7 Personality disorders
10.8 Theories of psychopathology
10.9 Health, stress and coping

[11. Treatment of Psychological Disorders](11. Treatment of Psychological Disorders.html)

11.1 Insight therapies: psychodynamic and humanistic approaches
11.2 Biological and drug therapies
11.3 Behavioral therapies
11.4 Cognitive therapies
11.5 Community and preventative approaches

[12. Social Psychology](12. Social Psychology.html)

12.1 Attribution processes
12.2 Attitudes and attitude change
12.3 Interpersonal perception
12.4 Aggression/antisocial behavior and Altruism/Prosocial behavior
12.5 Conformity, compliance, obedience

[13. Statistics, Tests and Measurements](13. Statistics, Tests and Measurements.html)

13.1 Descriptive and Inferential Statistics; Samples, populations, norms
13.2. Reliability and validity
13.3. Measurement of intelligence
13.4. Types of tests

Practice Exams

[[Official Study Guide] Sample Exam]([Official Study Guide] Sample Exam.html)

[[Peterson] Practice Test]([Peterson] Practice Test.html)

[[ProProfs] Practice Exam]([ProProfs] Practice Exam.html)

[[PracticeQuiz] Exam Prep]([PracticeQuiz] Exam Prep.html)

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