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## ECON 222 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bias Of An Estimator, Stockton, California, Statistical Significance

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## BIOL 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cengage Learning, Malnutrition, Overnutrition

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## SPAN 398 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: La Segunda, El Sistema, Tabla

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## SPAN 398 Study Guide - Final Guide: Poblano, Maluma (Singer), Seny

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Derivadas parciales: en los siguientes ejercicios determine. X2 y: la ecuaci on de laplace bidimensional es, yz + x ln y = z2 d ) ez = xyz fzyx, f (x,
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## SPAN 398 Midterm: Taller2

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Taller no2: funciones vectoriales: determine el dominio de la funci on vectorial dada, r(t) =(cid:10)ln(t2 1), e6t, 4 t2(cid:11, calcule el l mite indi
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## SPAN 398 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Elipse

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Integrales dobles sobre regiones rectangulares: eval ue la integral iterada indicada: 0: z 2, z 1, z 2 d ) z 1. 4x3 9x2y2 dy dx y3e2x dy dx y. 1 + xy d
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## SPAN 398 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Los Mismos, La Segunda, Tabla

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## SPAN 398 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Al Punto, La Segunda, Talking Lifestyle 1278

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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Angela Merkel, Ideomotor Phenomenon, Contiguity

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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Daniel Kahneman, Factor Analysis, Work Ethic

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These substitutions are called heuristics and they will likely induce biases in judgements. Deep evolutionary roots of s1: s1 is constantly assessing t
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Satisficing, Bounded Rationality, Cognitive Load

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Instead of making optimal (rational) decision, humans satisfice. Emotions: ekman, determining people"s emotions based on their current facial expressio
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stroop Effect, Lemonade, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

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Flow state: flow, flow refers to a state of effortless concentration so deep that people lose their sense of time, of themselves and of their problems,
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mismatch Negativity, N400 (Neuroscience)

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The main function of s1: the main function of s1 is, to maintain and update a model of your personal world, which represents what is normal in it: Upda
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ego Depletion, Embodied Cognition, Ideomotor Phenomenon

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The environment: what is the ideomotor effect, it"s a priming effect: An action is influenced by an idea (e. g. , in the florida case, a set of words p
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Baruch Spinoza, Confirmation Bias, Yogurt

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A machine for jumping to conclusions: s1 is easily jumping to conclusions, this is efficient if: Jump saves time and effort: when uncertain, the conclu
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Angela Merkel, Ideomotor Phenomenon, Contiguity

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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Daniel Kahneman, Factor Analysis, Work Ethic

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These substitutions are called heuristics and they will likely induce biases in judgements. Deep evolutionary roots of s1: s1 is constantly assessing t
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Satisficing, Bounded Rationality, Cognitive Load

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Instead of making optimal (rational) decision, humans satisfice. Emotions: ekman, determining people"s emotions based on their current facial expressio
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stroop Effect, Lemonade, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

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Flow state: flow, flow refers to a state of effortless concentration so deep that people lose their sense of time, of themselves and of their problems,
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## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mismatch Negativity, N400 (Neuroscience)

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The main function of s1: the main function of s1 is, to maintain and update a model of your personal world, which represents what is normal in it: Upda
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ego Depletion, Embodied Cognition, Ideomotor Phenomenon

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The environment: what is the ideomotor effect, it"s a priming effect: An action is influenced by an idea (e. g. , in the florida case, a set of words p
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Baruch Spinoza, Confirmation Bias, Yogurt

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A machine for jumping to conclusions: s1 is easily jumping to conclusions, this is efficient if: Jump saves time and effort: when uncertain, the conclu
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stroop Effect, Lemonade, Correlation Does Not Imply Causation

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Flow state: flow, flow refers to a state of effortless concentration so deep that people lose their sense of time, of themselves and of their problems,
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mismatch Negativity, N400 (Neuroscience)

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The main function of s1: the main function of s1 is, to maintain and update a model of your personal world, which represents what is normal in it: Upda
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Daniel Kahneman, Factor Analysis, Work Ethic

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These substitutions are called heuristics and they will likely induce biases in judgements. Deep evolutionary roots of s1: s1 is constantly assessing t
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Baruch Spinoza, Confirmation Bias, Yogurt

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A machine for jumping to conclusions: s1 is easily jumping to conclusions, this is efficient if: Jump saves time and effort: when uncertain, the conclu
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Satisficing, Bounded Rationality, Cognitive Load

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Instead of making optimal (rational) decision, humans satisfice. Emotions: ekman, determining people"s emotions based on their current facial expressio
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ego Depletion, Embodied Cognition, Ideomotor Phenomenon

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The environment: what is the ideomotor effect, it"s a priming effect: An action is influenced by an idea (e. g. , in the florida case, a set of words p
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CONCORDIAPSYC 464Ben EppingerWinter

## PSYC 464 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Angela Merkel, Ideomotor Phenomenon, Contiguity

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