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UBCPSYC 305Sunaina AssanandWinter

PSYC 305- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 77 pages long!)

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Learning perspective chapter 10 10/30/2014 7:01:00 pm. Behaviourism: emerged as a reaction to the work of freud. Behaviourists suggested that there are
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 89 pages long!)

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UBCPSYC 305David KingFall

[PSYC 305] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (31 pages long!)

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Personality: set of psychological traits and mechanisms within the individual that is organized & relatively enduring that influences his/her interacti
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305 Study Guide - Winter 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Neuroticism, Extraversion And Introversion, Anxiety

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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 45 pages long!)

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Where our minds go when we talk about personality. Describe we are either high or low. Tendency in human behaviour or in experience. Interacting and pr
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UBCPSYC 305AllSpring

Maslow Theory of Motivation (aced the test and got 96%)

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UBCPSYC 305AllSpring

PSYC 305 Study Guide - Sensation Seeking, Extraversion And Introversion, Psychosexual Development

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UBCPSYC 305Sunaina AssanandFall

Chapter Notes for Final.docx

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Classical conditioning: reactions can be acquired by associating one stimulus with another. Requires 2 things: organism must already respond to some cl
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UBCPSYC 305AllSpring

PSYC 305 Study Guide - Personality Development, Identity Crisis, Dream Interpretation

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PSYC 102 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Psychological Testing, Raymond Cattell, Lewis Terman

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PSYC 101 Final: UBC - PSYC101 Final Exam 2015 Winter Solutions

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PSYC 102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Electroconvulsive Therapy, Procrastination, Type A And Type B Personality Theory

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UBCWinter

PSYC 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Joint Attention, Membrane Potential, Dependent And Independent Variables

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PSYC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Locus Coeruleus

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PSYC 101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Memory Consolidation, Reinforcement

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UBCWinter

PSYC 101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Absolute Threshold, Sound, Operant Conditioning

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1 Oct 2018
Sensation examines how an organism ______ a stimulus. a. perceives b. organizes c. develops the meaning of d. both b and c 2. According to lecture, the
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UBCWinter

CHEM 205 Quiz: CHEM 205 Canvas Quizzes Answers

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CHEM 205 Quiz: CHEM 205 Quiz 6

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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305A Lecture 9: Ch17 - Culture _ Personality

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6 Jul 2016
Socialized & systemized: personality in context - social interaction; culture & personality; Extraversion: starts off a little more introverted but bec
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UBCPSYC 305Sunaina AssanandFall

Psyc 305 Chapter Notes.docx

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Personality, in everyday speech tends to focus on the specific personalities of specific persons; psychologists are more likely to focus on personality
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Kinsey Scale, Social Learning Theory, Gender Dysphoria

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6 Jul 2016
Sexual orientation an individual"s emotional and erotic orientation toward members of the same sex or another sex. The study of intersections among nor
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inclusive Fitness, Pullstring, Standard Deviation

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6 Jul 2016
Personality does refer to other animals species as well. 3 of those overlap with the big 5 traits which suggests we share 60% of our personality traits
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Negative Affectivity, Narcissistic Personality Disorder

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6 Jul 2016
Psychological disorder: pattern of behavior or experience that is distressing and painful to the person which leads to disability or impairment in impo
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Psychological Resilience, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Extraversion And Introversion

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6 Jul 2016
Health is a complete state of well-being, that includes: physical, mental, emotional and social well-being. Cultural, spiritual, and environmental well
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Moral Relativism, Phallic Stage, Defence Mechanisms

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11 Feb 2018
Not always possible to satisfy our moral. What contribute to the development of superego during the phallic stage. Consideration that trump grew up in
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rotten Apples, Extraversion And Introversion, Social Desirability Bias

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6 Jul 2016
Personality: set of psychological traits and mechanisms within the individual that is organized & relatively enduring that influences his/her interacti
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Physiognomy, Human Nature, Rorschach Test

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10 Jan 2018
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Arnold Schwarzenegger, Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Attention Seeking

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14 Feb 2018
Social implication for others and social environment. Libidinal energy will be invested in the ego itself. Narcissistic personality disorder blends in
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UBCPSYC 305ASpring

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Defence Mechanisms, Jane Addams, Dasein

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Humanistic psychology: a branch of psychology emphasizing the universal capacity for personal growth. Everybody has the potential for growth and develo
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Schadenfreude, Agreeableness, U.S. Route 3

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20 Jun 2016
Cultural variations - within-group similarities and between-group differences can be of any sort physical, psychological, behavioral and attitudinal. C
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Reality Principle, Defence Mechanisms, Phallic Stage

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3 Jun 2016
The amount of energy an individual possessed remained constant throughout his lifetime, a personality change was viewed as a redirection of a person"s
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305A Chapter 16: Chapter 16 - Sex, Gender and Personality

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22 Jun 2016
Sex difference an average difference between women and men on certain characteristics, with no prejudgment about the cause of the difference. Gender so
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Reuptake, Brain Damage, Sertraline

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23 Jun 2016
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Elizabeth Loftus, Contemporary Psychoanalysis, Personality Development

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6 Jun 2016
Repression and contemporary research on memory: elizabeth loftus: we should not conclude that all recovered memories are false memories, just because s
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305A Chapter 19: Chapter 19 - Disorders of Personality

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Personality disorders maladaptive variations or combinations of normal personality traits: the concept of traits (big 5) can be useful for describing p
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UBCPSYC 305David KingSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Psychotherapy, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Type A And Type B Personality Theory

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23 Jun 2016
Chapter 18 stress, coping, adjustment, and health. Health psychology area of psychology that studies the relationship between the mind and the body as
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

CHAPTER 3 TRAITS AND TRAIT TAXONOMIES.docx

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6 Sep 2014
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UBCPSYC 305David KingWinter

PSYC 305 Chapter 6: PSYC305A- Chapter 6 Notes

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