126.96.36.199 Psychoanalytical: Clinical method for
treating psychopathology (by Sigmund
Freud), Allows psychologists to see the
psychological problems rooted from
the unconscious mind._
2.3 Socio: Systematic Study of human social life, groups, and
societies. -> Study how groups and societies shape who you are.
2.4 Social Scientific Method -> Be Able To Identify
2.4.1 1. Question of Problem: Based on
188.8.131.52 2. Hypothesis: What do you think
the answer to your question will
be? What are you trying to prove?
184.108.40.206.1 3. Problem : Issue/ Topic of report
220.127.116.11.1.1 4. Observations:: Data collected during research
18.104.22.168.1.1.1 5. Analysis: Full understanding of each individual part
22.214.171.124.126.96.36.199 6. Conclusion: Final thoughts, answer, etc.
2.5 Unit #1: Research & Inquiry Methods - Introduction to Social Sciences Difference between
anthropology, psychology, and sociology. Overview of each discipline - sub-branches for
each discipline ex. primatology, biology, linguistics, etc. Areas of psychological study:
biological, psychoanalytical, cognitive, socio-cultural Sociological perspectives: functionalist,
conflict, symbolic-interactionist Psychological pioneers and their contributions: B. F.
Skinner, Ivan Pavlov What is a reputable source? - know criteria Research & Inquiry
methods - observation, participatory, interview, survey, etc. using primary and secondary
sources and data analysis Social science research methods: Hypothesis Conclusion
Qualities of a reputable source Order of sections in a social scientific method paper
3 Unit 2: Anthropology
3.1 Unit #2: Anthropology – Physical & Cultural - know the subfield categories Carolus Linnaeus Gregory
Mendel - genetics Charles Darwin Natural selection Opposable thumb Language Acquisition Device (LAD) -
Noam Chomsky: innate language acquisition theory Rite of Passage (ROP) – 3 stage process: ex.
segregation, transition, re-integration Nature vs. nurture debate ex. Nell movie an example used in class to
demonstrate theory Origins of Marriage symbols ex. bouquet, garter, honeymoon, etc...
3.2 3 Sub-categories of Anthropology
3.2.1 Physical Anthropology: Biological, Primatology, and Forensic
188.8.131.52 Biological: Studies how diseases and illnesses are genetically transmitted.
184.108.40.206.1 Focuses on the environmental and social causes of disease.
220.127.116.11 Primatology: 5 Great primates - Orangutan, gorilla, chimpanzee, bonobo, and human.
18.104.22.168.1 Focuses on our evolutionary past. Studies the thinking and communication patterns of primates.
3.2.2 Social/Cultural Anthropology: Archaeology and Linguistic
22.214.171.124 Archaeology: Excavates human constructions and artifacts to see
how humans lived in their culture/time.
126.96.36.199.1 Artifacts: Weapons, Clothing, etc.
188.8.131.52 Linguistic: Determines links between language and
culture, studies the structure of language.
184.108.40.206.1 Draws connections between language, brain and cultural behaviour.