WhenWe Crossword Puzzles

Chapter 1: Introduction TO Cognitive Psychology Crossword Puzzle

 Make a Crossword Puzzle   Make a Word Search from a Reading Assignment   Make a Word Search from a List of Words 
 All Crossword Puzzles
 Society Crossword Puzzles
 Society Word Search Puzzles
 Young Kids Crossword Puzzles
 Older Children Crossword Puzzles
 Teenage Crossword Puzzles
 Adult Crossword Puzzles
 Simple Crossword Puzzles
 Easy Crossword Puzzles
 Moderately Challenging Crossword Puzzles
 Hard Crossword Puzzles
 Very Difficult Crossword Puzzles
 Big Crossword Puzzles
send to a friend

Chapter 1: Introduction to Cognitive Psychology

Complete the crossword puzzle below.

                  6                                 7         8
                  12                                         13  
        21                         22                            
                  23 24     25                                    
Across Down
6 Studies the relationship between cognitive structures and performance
10 School of Psychology that is focused on the function and roles of the human mind rather than its structure
11 Concept that looks at how mental elements become connected and associated to one another
12 Probability of some result from a statistical test occurring by chance
14 They hold the belief that all knowledge is acquired through their observations and experiences
16 The study of how people comprehend, learn, retain and think about information
17 School of Psychology that is focused on the relationship between observable behaviors and stimuli
18 School of Psychology that seeks to understand and explain psychological phenomena through the whole rather than by analyzing the individual parts
19 They hold the belief that the path to knowledge is through reasoning
20 The observation of one’s own mental and emotional processes
21 Father of Behaviorism
23 School of Psychology that is concerned with understanding the elements of the mind through its components
1 Method where the experimenter obtains information by questioning a participant
2 It is a test, measure, or survey that relies on one’s own description of their symptoms, behaviors, beliefs, or attitudes
3 They believe that knowledge is validated by its usefulness
4 Behaviorist who developed the theory of operant conditioning; the idea that behavior is determined by its consequences (rewards and punishments)
5 Founder of Structuralism
6 Method that involves observing subjects unaltered behavior in his normal environment
7 Specific, testable prediction about what you expect to happen in your study
8 Psychologist who studied learning in animals through the use of puzzle boxes
9 Process by which discussion and reasoning through dialogue is used to elicit and investigate the truth
13 Study of psychology that believes that human behavior can be understood based on how people think
15 17th century English philosopher who claimed that the mind is a Tabula Rasa (Blank Slate)
22 “Does that ring a bell?” Behaviorist who studied classical conditioning
24 Fact-based framework describing a phenomena
25 In-depth analysis of a person, group, or phenomenon
send to a friend
Make Your Own Crossword Free
Make Your Own Word Search Free