Behaviorism

John Watson

Cognitive psychology

Collectivism

Functionalism

Gestalt psychology

Humanistic psychology

Individualism

Psychoanalysis

Psychobiology

Psychology

Case study

Dependent variable

Hypothesis

Independent variable

Mean

Normal distribution

Sample

random sample

Survey

Central nervous system

DNA

Fraternal and identical twins

Environment

Gene

Heredity

Neurons

Neurotransmitters

Peripheral nervous system

Spinal cord

iris

retina

pupil

lens

eardrum

sensation

senses

optic nerve

sensory adaptation

hearing

smell

monocular cues

ESP

Parapsychology: telepathy, clairvoyance, precognition,   psychokinesis.

subliminal perception

form perception

perceptual illusion

binocular cues

monocular cues

perception

depth perception

bulimia nervosa

anorexia nervosa

Maslow’s hierarchy of needs

emotion

incentive

extrinsic motivation

motivation

self actualization                                       

emotion-focused coping

optimistic explanatory style

learned helplessness

stress

stressors

conflict

social support

immune system

aerobic exercise

self-concept

assimilation

socialization

development

schema

accommodation

reflex

self-esteem

puberty

imaginary audience

primary sex characteristics

secondary sex characteristics

adolescence

emerging adulthood

productive aging

dementia

aging

wear-and-tear theory of aging

passionate love

chronological age

compassionate love   

functional age

activity theory of aging

gerontology

ageism

ego

Freud

Jung

self efficacy

superego

peak experience

Rorschach          

objective test                                  

personality

trait