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( Unit 2 )
1. According to the Society for Neuroscience (2011), the field of neuroscience has grown from 500 members in 1969 to over 40,000 members (Cacioppo and Freberg, 2013, p. 131).
How could the field of psychology and neuroscience work congruently to benefit society?
Is neuroscience the “New Frontier” of the mind?
2. Cacioppo and Freberg (2013) stated, “Although we can identify structures that participate in certain behaviors, the biology of mind involves intricate and overlapping patterns of activity involving many richly connected structures” (p. 145).
Did this happen without the existence of God?
Does this alter your beliefs?
3. The case of Phineas Gage was discussed by Cacioppo and Freberg (2013, pgs. 158-159). How does learning about this case help you understand brain trauma?
Does this help you understand how behavior can change as the result of it? Why or why not?
4. Read Cacioppo and Freberg (2013, pgs. 160-161) “Psychology as a Hub Science: Law, Responsibility and the Brain”.
Does neuroscience have a place in the criminal justice system?
Before being paroled, would brain imaging help protect society? Why or why not?
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( Unit 3 )
1. How does life experience contribute to “perception” discussed in chapter five on pages 181-187?
2. Consider this statement “Helen Keller, who was both blind and deaf was asked which disability affected her the most, she replied that blindness separated her from things, while deafness separated her from people” (Cacioppo and Freberg, 2013, p. 209). As people age, hearing loss is a normal developmental change.
How does loss of hearing relate to loss of relationships?
What do you think?
Does this create a new sense of empathy in the aging process?
3. Ackerman (1990) stated, “Infants who are touched regularly sleep better, remain more alert while awake, and reach cognitive milestones at earlier ages (Cacioppo & Freberg, 2013, p. 219).
Why is touch important in the human experience?
Does this provide clarity on how nurture and nature interplay?
4. Zuscho (1983) stated, “People who have lost their sense of smell due to head injury often experience profound depression” (Cacioppo & Freberg, 2013, p. 223). This in opposition to Immanuel Kant’s position on smell.
Why do you think this occurs?