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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

[PSYC 2700] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (70 pages long!)

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Physics, Memory, Structural Functionalism

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Not as well as humans but still well. The information processing model has been incredibly successful in. Explaining everything from neurons up to comp
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Physics, Neuron, Memory

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Many different areas of psychology are studied (ex: positive, environmental, etc) cognitive psychology is studying different aspects of psychology. (ci
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 69 pages long!)

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Physics, Structural Functionalism, Neuron

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Sept 5th, 2018 (match up with intro document) Applied cognition, things to do with experts (military, industry, stop people from failing how to make ot
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Guy LacroixWinter

PSYC 2700- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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The term cognition refers to all the processes by which the sensory input is transformed, reduced, elaborated, stored, recovered, and used. It is conce
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Dean VergerWinter

[PSYC 2700] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

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Semantic memory research: testing knowledge subject already has. Episode memory task: present to-be learned information, then test memory of said infor
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Physics, Neuron, Memory

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Many different areas of psychology are studied (ex: positive, environmental, etc) cognitive psychology is studying different aspects of psychology. (ci
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

[PSYC 2700] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (32 pages long)

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cognitive Psychology, Psycholinguistics, Computer Language

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Applied cognitive psychology: things that have to do with learning/memory (ex, experts in their field are represented in this field of psychology) o mi
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PSYC 2001 AT Final Exam 1

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It is most beneficial to you to write this mock midterm under exam conditions. Marisa artuso: complete the midterm in ___ hour(s), work on your own, ke
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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Savant Syndrome, Confounding, Kim Peek

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It is most beneficial to you to write this mock midterm under exam conditions. Saba rawjani: complete the midterm in 50 mins, work on your own, keep yo
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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phoneme, Sleep Spindle, Melatonin

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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Parathyroid Gland, Trichromacy, Agonist

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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Bloodstain Pattern Analysis, Dexter Morgan, Pathological Lying

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When i think of a psychopath, i think of someone that doesn"t have any empathy, someone that doesn"t feel emotions like the normal person. I also think
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Social Learning Theory, The Age

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101034550: pick one of the above juveniles and one of the theories used to explain juvenile as discussed on the text or lecture. Describe how the theor
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture 8: Unit 8 assignment

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101034550: assume that you support the death penalty. Aggravated sexual assaults (in only the worst cases) Treason (in only the worst cases: assume tha
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hickey, Peter Camejo

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Question 1: describe two cases of wrongful convictions that were based on false confessions. Case 1: the body of antwinica bridgeman was found on april
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Suicide Watch, Mental Disorder

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101034550: describe the requirements in order to be found ncrmd. In order to be found not criminally responsible on account of mental disorder, the acc
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CARLETONPSYC 2400Krista HayesWinter

PSYC 2400 Lecture 12: Unit 12 assignment

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Speech Shadowing, Episodic Memory, Long-Term Memory

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Previous lecture: we differentiate sts based on, encoding: information gets into sts from sensory memory or retrieved from the long term store, reducti
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Brodmann Area 10, Prefrontal Cortex, Episodic Memory

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Types of knowledge: procedural knowledge, knowledge about how to do things, knowledge that is acquired through extensive practice. It is hard to exting
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture 11: Lecture 11

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Visual processing: getting words into the system involves translation of written symbols into meaning, you have the printed page -> engage in visual pr
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Knowledge Representation And Reasoning, Canada Goose, Inattentional Blindness

Not just one transient (change): so looking away and coming back, it"s hard to notice a small change when there are so many transients. Flicker paradig
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Encoding Specificity Principle, The Control Group, Free Recall

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Sternberg: scanning task: wanted to know how long it takes for us to make one mental comparison in stm, test: gave a memory set (9,4,1,6,3,8), then pau
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Lexical Decision Task, Grapheme, Saccade

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A lot of the cones and rods are here: allows us to process features more clearly, visual word recognition, eye tracking: isn"t just steady, people will
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Memory Span, Groot, Air Traffic Controller

Lecture 5: similar to h. m, with jimmie, you could work with him for an hour, walk out of the room and come back in twenty seconds later, he wouldn"t r
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Long-Term Memory, Sensory Memory, Liver Disease

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Show good memory for previous events, but has trouble forming new memories: he served in the navy in the war in 1943 at 17, he stayed until 1965. He wa
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mental Rotation, Behaviorism, Order Isomorphism

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Procedural knowledge and declarative knowledge: declarative: divided into two parts, factual: knowledge about facts, episodic: knowledge about personal
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Robert WestFall

PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: David Chalmers, Epiphenomenon, Binding Problem

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Biggest reason why most people refuse to believe their brain is a computer (experience, emotions, etc. ) Emotions and thinking are ways of processing i
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Chapter 5: Chapter 5

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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PSYC 2700 Chapter 10: Chapter 10

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanFall

PSYC 2700 Chapter Notes -Ganglion Cell, Occipital Lobe, Peripheral Vision

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3 basic layers of neurons in the eyes: Rods and cones (at the back layer of the retina) are the first neurons stimulated by light. The extended axons o
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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PSYC 2700 Chapter 3: Chapter 3

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanWinter

PSYC 2700 Chapter 6: Chapter 6

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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanFall

PSYC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Yob (Band), Pattern Matching, Simple Features

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Sm codes are primitive (features: ex: lines and dots. Sm duration is short (~250ms: memory trace does not last long. How can we recognize patterns: sm
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanFall

PSYC 2700 Chapter Notes -Out-Of-Body Experience, Tabula Rasa, Edward B. Titchener

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First philosopher to have advocated an empirically based, natural science approach to understand. Proposed that sensations, images and ideas become ass
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CARLETONPSYC 2700Chris HerdmanFall

PSYC 2700 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Daniel Kahneman, Automaticity

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PSYC 2700 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Long-Term Memory, Sensory Memory, Saccade

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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semantic Feature, Descriptive Knowledge, Procedural Knowledge

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Procedural knowledge how to do things, this is hard to remember. Declarative knowledge: episodic autobiographical, experiences, semantic factual stuff.
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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Word Lists By Frequency, Visual Acuity, Saccade

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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sketchpad, Dependent And Independent Variables, Working Memory

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Midterm #2: know about basic things about sm (from part 1, you don"t need to know specific studies from the first part. Review: sm is the first storage
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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dependent And Independent Variables, Endel Tulving

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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: American Sign Language, Frontal Lobe

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Selectsfrom info in sm retrieves info from ltm reduction elaboration encoding. Sts code a v l acoustic verbal linguistic. More evidence serial position
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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Memory Span

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PSYC 2700 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Central Limit Theorem, Null Hypothesis, Standard Deviation

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PSYC 2700 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 - Jan 22, 2019

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