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## Final Exam Summer 2015

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Show all of your work on the exam paper. [8: a local county is considering a budget proposal that would allocate extra funding toward the renovation of
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## M101-201330

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## Final Exam Fall 2017

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Full credit is awarded only for well-presented, correct solutions in which all your work is shown. Your solution and final answer should appear on the
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## M101-201330-practice1

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Each pig has 4 legs and one head. Each chicken has 2 legs and one head. If 10% tax is calculated after the discount, how much will the couch cost: the
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## Final Exam Fall 2016

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Instructor: (cid:3) chun-hua guo (001) (cid:3) paul arnaud tsopmene (003) (cid:3) shuchita sharma (l01) Instructions: full credit is awarded only for w
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## Final Exam Winter 2017

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## Final Exam Winter 2018

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Instructor: (cid:3) chun-hua guo (001) (cid:3) vijayaparvathy agasthian (c01/02) Instructions: full credit is awarded only for well-presented, correct
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## Final Exam Fall 2017

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## Final Exam Winter 2015

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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Informed Consent, Attachment Theory, Maximum Life Span

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!explores predictable milestones and transitions, e. g. puberty !focuses on explaining individual differences, e. g. add !explores the impact of life t
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deinstitutionalisation, Physical Attractiveness, Ups & Downs

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Characteristics of emerging adulthood, cultural & historical factors. Emerging adulthood = starts by high school and ends by the last twenties. Differe
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amniocentesis, Obstetrics, Episiotomy

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Fertilization = union of the sperm and egg and begins ovulation. 46 paired chromosomes, with (xx girl) & (xy boy). Uterus = pear-shaped muscular organ
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Thalamus, Peripheral Nervous System, Motor Cortex

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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pragmatics, Shyness, Noam Chomsky

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Language & how it is related to communication. Onset of language signals the end of the sensorimotor period. Learning takes place when a child hears fr
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dont, Parenting Styles, Effective Schools

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Self-esteem = evaluating oneself as either good or bad as a result of comparing the self to other people. Externalising = personality style that involv
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peekaboo, Lev Vygotsky, Egocentrism

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Piaget"s view on the process of developmental change [organization & Assimilation = the rst step of promoting growth, involving tting environmental inp
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mnemonic, Vascular Dementia, Prospective Memory

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Stability and change in personality in middle adulthood. Big five personality dimensions = core psychological predispositions that underlie personality
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Physical Attractiveness, Egocentrism, Happy Human

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Before industrial revolution, education and child labour laws, there was no adolescence. In non-western and non-technology societies = brief adolescenc
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Depth Perception, Habituation, Plantigrade

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Early trends in body growth & brain development during each stage. Cerebral cortex (maturation) = responsible for thinking, reasoning, perceiving and a
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Informed Consent, Attachment Theory, Maximum Life Span

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!explores predictable milestones and transitions, e. g. puberty !focuses on explaining individual differences, e. g. add !explores the impact of life t
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deinstitutionalisation, Physical Attractiveness, Ups & Downs

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Characteristics of emerging adulthood, cultural & historical factors. Emerging adulthood = starts by high school and ends by the last twenties. Differe
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amniocentesis, Obstetrics, Episiotomy

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Fertilization = union of the sperm and egg and begins ovulation. 46 paired chromosomes, with (xx girl) & (xy boy). Uterus = pear-shaped muscular organ
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Thalamus, Peripheral Nervous System, Motor Cortex

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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pragmatics, Shyness, Noam Chomsky

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Language & how it is related to communication. Onset of language signals the end of the sensorimotor period. Learning takes place when a child hears fr
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dont, Parenting Styles, Effective Schools

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Self-esteem = evaluating oneself as either good or bad as a result of comparing the self to other people. Externalising = personality style that involv
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peekaboo, Lev Vygotsky, Egocentrism

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Piaget"s view on the process of developmental change [organization & Assimilation = the rst step of promoting growth, involving tting environmental inp
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mnemonic, Vascular Dementia, Prospective Memory

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Stability and change in personality in middle adulthood. Big five personality dimensions = core psychological predispositions that underlie personality
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Physical Attractiveness, Egocentrism, Happy Human

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Before industrial revolution, education and child labour laws, there was no adolescence. In non-western and non-technology societies = brief adolescenc
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Depth Perception, Habituation, Plantigrade

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Early trends in body growth & brain development during each stage. Cerebral cortex (maturation) = responsible for thinking, reasoning, perceiving and a
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deinstitutionalisation, Physical Attractiveness, Ups & Downs

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Characteristics of emerging adulthood, cultural & historical factors. Emerging adulthood = starts by high school and ends by the last twenties. Differe
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## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Informed Consent, Attachment Theory, Maximum Life Span

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!explores predictable milestones and transitions, e. g. puberty !focuses on explaining individual differences, e. g. add !explores the impact of life t
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Physical Attractiveness, Egocentrism, Happy Human

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Before industrial revolution, education and child labour laws, there was no adolescence. In non-western and non-technology societies = brief adolescenc
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peekaboo, Lev Vygotsky, Egocentrism

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Piaget"s view on the process of developmental change [organization & Assimilation = the rst step of promoting growth, involving tting environmental inp
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Depth Perception, Habituation, Plantigrade

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Early trends in body growth & brain development during each stage. Cerebral cortex (maturation) = responsible for thinking, reasoning, perceiving and a
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pragmatics, Shyness, Noam Chomsky

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Language & how it is related to communication. Onset of language signals the end of the sensorimotor period. Learning takes place when a child hears fr
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Metacognition, Metamemory, Frontal Lobe

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Infants can do much more than what they let on: Remember visual stimuli for longer intervals - make ner distinctions among visual stimuli - signalling
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dont, Parenting Styles, Effective Schools

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Self-esteem = evaluating oneself as either good or bad as a result of comparing the self to other people. Externalising = personality style that involv
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Amniocentesis, Obstetrics, Episiotomy

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Fertilization = union of the sperm and egg and begins ovulation. 46 paired chromosomes, with (xx girl) & (xy boy). Uterus = pear-shaped muscular organ
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U REGINAPSYC101Vincent E.ZiffleFall

## PSYC101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Mnemonic, Vascular Dementia, Prospective Memory

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Stability and change in personality in middle adulthood. Big five personality dimensions = core psychological predispositions that underlie personality
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