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UOFMPSYC 1200Dawson W.ClaryFall

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UOFMPSYC 1200Launa C.Leboe- McgowanFall

PSYC 1200 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Anxiety, Arousal

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Hand reading, phrenology, using observations that may not be true to read. Psychology- scientific study of behaviour, though, and experience and how th
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UOFMPSYC 2290Jocelyn B.ProulxFall

PSYC 2290- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 61 pages long!)

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Chapter 1 the science of child development. Plato: believed that children are born with innate knowledge, childre(cid:374)"s se(cid:374)sory experience
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UOFMPSYC 1200Launa Leboe-McGowanFall

PSYC 1200 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Ford Focus, Psychology, Neuron

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UOFMPSYC 2290Jocelyn B.ProulxWinter

PSYC 2290- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 85 pages long!)

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Chapter 1 the science of child development. Plato: children were born with an innate knowledge, believed that experience could not be the source of kno
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UOFMPSYC 2250Steven HladkyjSummer

PSYC 2250- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 293 pages long!)

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Middle age and strict religious or moral behavior. Plato believe that children are born with an innate knowledge. Locke the infants is like a blank sla
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UOFMPSYC 1200Launa C.Leboe- McgowanFall

PSYC 1200- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 49 pages long!)

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Process of detecting external events with sense organs and turning stimuli neural signal. Ex. sound = air particles pushing against eardrum. Light sens
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UOFMPSYC 2290Jocelyn B.ProulxSummer

PSYC 2290 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Heredity, Ford Focus

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Jean-jacques rosseau: born with an innate sense of justice and morality that unfolds naturally as the child grows. Aristotle: knowledge is rooted in pe
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UOFMPSYC 2260Reichert James F.Spring

PSYC 2260- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 65 pages long!)

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UOFMPSYC 1200Jason Leboe- McgowanWinter

[PSYC 1200] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (64 pages long)

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Intelligence testing began with galton: believed since people learn about the world through our senses those with superior sensory abilities would lear
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UOFMPSYC 3360Martin GarryFall

PSYC 3360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Shot Clock, Corporal Punishment, Jamie Madrox

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Chapter 1: distinguish between covert and overt behaviour. Give an example of each that is not in this chapter. A covert behaviour preforms private and
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UOFMPHIL 1290Dave HamptonWinter

PHIL 1290 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Socalled, Ad Hominem, Utopia

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Monday, march 10, 2014: in 2004 z is having a conversation with his friend x and x"s wife y. y is a u. s. citizen and a. She is planning on voting for
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UOFMGEOG 1290Wilson JannaWinter

GEOG 1290 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Thermosphere, Subtropics, Transpiration

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UOFMGMGT 3300Ian RestallSummer

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UOFMHMEC 2000Carla BurnettWinter

HMEC 2000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Dependent And Independent Variables, Lybia

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UOFMPSYC 2660Garry MartinFall

PSYC 2660 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Free Throw, Task Analysis

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UOFMPSYC 2261Garry MartinWinter

PSYC 2261 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sport Psychology, Behaviorism, Starting Pistol

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Give an example of each that is not in this chapter. Overt behaviors are visible behaviors that can be observed and recorded by an individual other tha
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UOFMMBIO 3000Steven TheriaultWinter

MBIO 3000 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Antibody, Sickle-Cell Disease, Fertile Crescent

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Non-cumulative nal - but need to know general content. Stories told in class by prof are examinable. Changed the way they dress due to syphilis causing
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UOFMMBIO 3280Vladimir Yurkov

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UOFMCHEM 1300AllWinter

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UOFMPSYC 2660Martin GarryFall

PSYC 2660 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Hornsund, Free Throw, Decapod Anatomy

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UOFMPSYC 2660Martin GarrySummer

PSYC 2660 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Sport Psychology

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Covert: behaviors that cannot be readily monitored by observers (private/internal) Overt: behaviors that can easily be monitored by observers (public)
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UOFMPSYC 2440garymartinFall

PSYC 2440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-15: Classical Conditioning, Great Fear, Netflix

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UOFMGMGT 1010wainikkaFall

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UOFMPSYC 2440garymartinFall

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UOFMPSYC 2660Garry MartinFall

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UOFMPSYC 2660Garry MartinFall

PSYC 2660 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Reinforcement, Minimum Contacts, Classical Conditioning

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UOFMPSYC 2440garymartinFall

PSYC 2440 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-8: Reinforcement, Playtime

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Chapter 5: a conditioned reinforcer is a stimulus that was not originally reinforcing, but has become reinforcing by being paired with other reinforcer
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UOFMPSYC 2440garymartinFall

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UOFMECON 1010wainikkaFall

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