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UOTTAWAPSY 2301StephaniebakerFall

PSY2301- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Chapter 1: what are the origins of brain & behaviour. Brain: physical object, living tissue, a body organ; behaviour: observable action. Brain is the a
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Sharon LeeFall

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Neuron, Cerebral Cortex, Axon

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20 Nov 2018
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Knowledge - facts to learn (basic but indispensable) Comprehension - the understanding of the facts tied together. Application - applying the informati
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonFall

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Cytosine, Genetic Disorder, Cloning

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29 Nov 2016
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Why study the brain: brain: physical object, living tissue, body organ, behaviour: action, momentarily observable but fleeting. 3 links between brain a
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

[PSY2301] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (49 pages long!)

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30 Mar 2017
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Why study brain and behaviour: eg parkinson"s, depletion of dopamine - much more complex - 80% depletion of dopamine to see disease, by this point you
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

[PSY2301] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (56 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
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Studying brain and behavior in modern humans. Many behavioral disorders can be explained and possibly cured by understanding the brain. The brain is th
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonSpring

PSY2301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 98 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Looking at the physical aspects of the brain. Biopsychology/psychobiology/behavioural neuroscience (he"ll treat them as synonymous) Primary source of i
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301unknownWinter

[PSY2301] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (75 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
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It is clear that the physical brain has to be active in order for something to occur in your body is an action, momentarily observable but fleeting. Br
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301StephaniebakerFall

PSY2301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Chapter 1: what are the origins of brain & behaviour. Brain: physical object, living tissue, a body organ; behaviour: observable action. Brain is the a
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY2301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 90 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Attachment: ongoing process of establishing and maintaining an emotional bond with parents or other significant care givers, typically between the ages
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Pamela KentFall

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Time Perception, Nalorphine, Growth Cone

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29 Nov 2016
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There are 2 parts to the nervous system. The central nervous system (cns) which consists of the brain and spinal cord. The peripheral nervous system wh
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wilhelm Wundt, Operational Definition, Body Odor

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13 Dec 2018
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Cruella would not describe herself as the type of person who cares about animal rights, but she says that she does when filling out a survey for a psyc
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UOTTAWAPSY 1501Professor WiongFall

PSY 1501 Study Guide - Final Guide: Automatic Packet Reporting System, State Agency For National Security, Sega Genesis

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8 Oct 2018
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Mises en contextes: parmi les nonc s suivantes relatifs au fonctionnalisme, Lequel : le fonctionnalisme prone l"introspection, william james est l"orig
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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

MAT 1300 Lecture 7: dgd7f2016

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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

MAT 1300 Lecture 1: Curve sketching

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6 Aug 2019
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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

MAT 1300 Lecture 9:

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UOTTAWAMAT 1300Termeh KoushaSummer

MAT 1300 Lecture 8: dgd8f2016

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6 Aug 2019
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UOTTAWAMAT 1320Kirill ZaynullinWinter

MAT 1320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Set-Builder Notation, English Alphabet, Kens

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26 Jul 2019
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A set is a well-de ned unordered collection of objects called elements. Ottawa a list of elements contained inset . Two sets are equal if they contain
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UOTTAWAMAT 1320Kirill ZaynullinWinter

MAT 1320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: 5,6,7,8

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26 Jul 2019
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A (binary) relation from a to b is a subset of axb . A (binary) relation on a set a is a relation from a to itself . ie a subset of axa. Let a = {1, 2,
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UOTTAWAMAT 1320Kirill ZaynullinWinter

MAT 1320 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Product Rule, 5,6,7,8

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26 Jul 2019
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UOTTAWAMAT 1320Kirill ZaynullinWinter

MAT 1320 Lecture 1: mat1348-notes19-pages1-4

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26 Jul 2019
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Elizabeth maltais: binomial coef cients & the binomial theorem. C(n, r) = n r = n! r! (n r)! Element set cafleda " binomial coefficient read. N n 1 = (
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andree- Anne LedouxFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Temporal Lobe, Menopause, Observational Learning

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26 Oct 2017
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301unknownWinter

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Smooth Muscle Tissue, Cannabinoid, Bc1

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14 Feb 2017
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Note: graded potentials are potentials that have varying sizes: action potentials are not graded potentials, psps are graded potentials, graded potenti
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Sharon LeeFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Frontal Lobe, Neural Development, Neural Stem Cell

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14 Nov 2018
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There are genetic blueprints but the brain itself is not precisely determined. How are these factors studied: correlate developing structures with emer
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Psychopathy, Parole Board, Cold Hearted

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1 Feb 2018
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Psychopaths recidivate 3-4x more than non-psychopaths following release from prison. successful psychopaths use the system and people to get what they
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dendritic Spine, Central Nervous System, Neuroglia

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23 Nov 2016
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Golgi: the nervous system is composed of a network of interconnected fibers: a nerve net. Cajal: nervous system is made of discrete cells, neuron hypot
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 9: psychopathy

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1 Mar 2016
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1940-1950s - psychiatry couldn"t cure so dismissed it as something external sociopath. Psychopaths recidivate 3 - 4x more than nonpsychopaths following
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Sharon LeeFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Positron Emission Tomography, Neural Development, Neural Plate

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14 Nov 2018
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Lecture 16 - measurement (2) and intro to development. Changes in oxygen level (carries on blood cells) Oxygen-rich blood is less magnetic fmri record
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonFall

PSY2301 Lecture 14: Chapter 14

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1 Dec 2016
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Biological clocks: synchronize behavior to the temporal passage of a real day and make predictions about tomorrow, regulate gene expression in every ce
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Nalorphine, Analgesic, Morphine

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23 Nov 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Otto Loewi, Vagus Nerve, Autonomic Nervous System

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23 Nov 2016
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Role of synapses in learning and memory. The basis of neural communication in a hearbeat. Role of the the vagus nerve and the neurotransmitter acetylch
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonWinter

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Schwann Cell, Axon Hillock, Neuroglia

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19 Feb 2014
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Chapter 3: functional units of the nervous system. Cajal"s neuron theory: neurons are the functional units of the nervous system , this includes the id
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Claude MessierFall

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cranial Nerves, Somatic Nervous System, Spinal Nerve

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29 Sep 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Pamela KentFall

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Epidermal Growth Factor, Radial Glial Cell, January 1998 North American Ice Storm

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14 Sep 2016
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Structural development can be studied and correlated with the emergence of behavior brain development predicts behavioral developments. For example, fr
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301AllFall

Chapter 1 Notes-PSY 2301

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11 Nov 2014
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonWinter

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Posterior Cerebral Artery, Pia Mater, Spinal Cord

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19 Feb 2014
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Neural flow: afferent: information is sensory information coming into the cns or one of its parts (incoming information) efferent: information leaving
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonWinter

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Spinal Cord, Pineal Gland, Cupid

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19 Feb 2014
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Cerebrum (forebrain): major structure of the forebrain that consists of two virtually identical hemispheres (left and right) and is responsible for the
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Pamela KentFall

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Medial Geniculate Nucleus, Cochlear Nucleus, Cochlear Implant

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14 Sep 2016
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Brain and behavior chapter 10 auditory system sound waves are the stimulus for audition. They are undulating displacement of molecules caused by waves
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Pamela KentFall

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gaba Receptor, Dopamine Receptor, Drug Tolerance

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14 Sep 2016
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Study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior. Chemical compounds administered to produce a desired change in the body. Substance that acts
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonWinter

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Threshold Voltage, Sodium Channel, Volt

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19 Feb 2014
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Definition: passage of an electrical current from the uninsulated tip of an electrode through tissue, resulting in changes in the electrical activity o
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Pamela KentFall

PSY 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hindbrain, Brodmann Area, Thalamus

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7 Sep 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonFall

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Cytosine, Genetic Disorder, Cloning

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UOTTAWAPSY 2301StephaniebakerFall

PSY2301- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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PSY2301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Patrick DavidsonWinter

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Central Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System, Gross Anatomy

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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY2301 Midterm: PSY 2301 Midterm #1 notes

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11 Oct 2017
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Stephanie baker fall 2017 part 1. Why study the brain and behaviour: how the brain produces both behavior and human consciousness are major unanswered
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY2301- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 90 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Rate Limiting, Brainstem, Cholinergic

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22 Mar 2017
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Basis of figuring out key to neuronal communication was chemical messages (nt) Same chemicals in the rest of the body slower than hormones. Neurotransm
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PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Anandamide, Vasopressin, Neurotransmitter

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PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Substance Abuse, Biopsychosocial Model, Body Fluid

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PSY 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cranial Nerves, Traumatic Brain Injury, Materialism

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PSY 2301 Lecture 1: Lec 1 - Introduction

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PSY 2301 Lecture 13: Lec 13 - Drugs

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