Chapter 2: Introduction to Major Perspectives

Fill in the Blank(s)


  1. NCC seeks to link activity within the brain to subjective human experiences in the physical world. NCC stands for ________ ________ ________.
  2. Jung distinguished between four functions: thinking, feeling, ________ and ________.
  3. The ________ nervous system controls the fight-or-flight response.
  4. Pavlov worked on a type of learning called ________ ________.
  5. ________ involves applying game incentives such as prompts, competition, badges and rewards to everyday activities.
  6. ________ psychology emerged in the late 1950s as a reaction against behaviourism and the psychodynamic view.
  7. ________ psychology is the study of mental processes such as attention, memory, problem solving and thinking.
  8. The ________ lobe is also known as the auditory cortex.
  9. Driving to work along the same route everyday would make use of ________ memory.
  10. Watson, Skinner, Pavlov and Thorndike were all ________


  1. neural correlates of consciousness
  2. sensing, intuiting
  3. sympathetic
  4. classical conditioning
  5. gamification
  6. humanistic
  7. cognitive
  8. temporal
  9. procedural
  10. behaviourists