Hi, all! In this mind map, I go over some information about eukaryotic cells. Primarily, I go over two things. The first is some of the ways in which eukaryotic cells differ from prokaryotic cells. The second is the view that eukaryotic cells were originally predators. This image is more wide than it is long, so you'll have to save the image and zoom in, or open it in a new tab and do so in order to read it more easily. Happy studying!
In this post on psychology, I have created a chart going over John B. Watson and behaviorism, a
"movement" in psychology that he was associated with. Again, this post is very basic in nature and we may or may not return to this subject in our later studies of psychology. This information is still important to know.
Hi, everyone. Below is today's chart on the topic of William James and functionalism in psychology. William James is another influential thinker whose views have had a profound impact on the field of psychology. What you can gather below is just a bit of introductory information on him. I'm not sure whether we will return to his views as a topic of study, but regardless, familiarize yourself with this basic information for now. Soon, we will be moving on to topics that are likely to be more important to our study of psychology for the MCAT, with more concept-based information than information about people. In any subject, however, it is good to know something about some of the highly important people who have contributed to the field.
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