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Psychology Notes 1

Psychology I 2

1. The Psychism 2

As a Life Function 2

In Relationship with the Environment 4

In the Human Being 5

2. Apparatuses of the Psychism2 6

Senses 6

Memory 8

3. Consciousness 10

The Structure of the Consciousness 11

Levels of Consciousness 12

4. Impulses3 16

The Morphology of Impulses 17

Different forms can be obtained from one same object, depending on which channels of sensation are used, the perspective from which said object is perceived, and the type of structuring effected by the consciousness. Each level of consciousness sets down its own formal ambit; each level proceeds as an ambit (with its characteristic structure), linked to forms that are also characteristic. The forms that emerge in the consciousness are real structuring compensations in front of the stimulus. The form is the object of the act of structuring compensation. The stimulus is converted into form when the consciousness structures it from its level of work. Thus, one same stimulus is translated into different forms, according to the structuring responses from different levels of consciousness. The different levels fulfill the function of structurally compensating the world. 17

Symbolics 18

Signics 18

Allegories 19

5. Behavior 20

The Centers as Specializations of Relational Responses 21

The Cycles of the Psychism 23

The Responses to the World as Structuring Compensations 23

Appendix: Physiological Bases of the Psychism 26

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