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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

[PSY3301] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 15 pages long Study Guide!

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Long-Term Potentiation, Neuroplasticity, Stimulus Modality

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Opc proliferation increases w daylight increases w pregnancy hormones increases w neuronal electrical activity decreases w aging and rem sleep. Blindin
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Entorhinal Cortex, Basal Ganglia, Inferior Colliculus

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Animal experiments: negative stimulation, lesion, genetic models, positive: behaviour-associated changes in anatomical details, brain chemistry, functi
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Entorhinal Cortex, Piriform Cortex, Spinal Cord

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Basal Ganglia, Neuroimaging, Hematoma

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, Pes Cavus, Hypertelorism

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The disorder i will be presenting is called troyer syndrome. It is a more complicated form among thirty different types of hereditary spastic paraplegi
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301AllFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - European Credit Transfer And Accumulation System, Thalamus, Near-Sightedness

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Sensory receptors: vision, translates light energy into neural activity/action potentials, critical role in our understanding of the external energy, l
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, Peripheral Nervous System, Dominance (Genetics)

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Troyer syndrome is 1 of more than 40 genetically distinct neurological disorders. It"s common features are progressive muscle weakness, spasticity in t
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

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

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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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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 3: CVG4150 Tutorial #3_2017

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 2: CVG4150 Tutorial #2_2017

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 4: CVG4150 Tutorial #4_2017

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CVG 4150 Lecture 4: CVG4150 Tutorial 4-solution - Haude

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 5: CVG4150 Tutorial #5(Solution by Haude)

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 1: CVG4150 Tutorial

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UOTTAWACVG 4150Akhtar HossainWinter

CVG 4150 Lecture 5: CVG4150 Tutorial #5_2017

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A section of a six-lane (three lanes in each direction) freeway on level terrain is to be designed to carry a heavy volume of 3000 veh/h, consisting of
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UOTTAWAMCG 3131Ahsan AhmedSummer

MCG 3131 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Plain Bearing, Friction, Viscosity

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Moral Insanity, Psychopathy

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cochlear Implant, Middle Temporal Gyrus, Basilar Membrane

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Similar, sound waves are coming into the ear that are being converted into neural activity. 3 parts to an ear: external ear, middle, and inner. Sound w
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frontal Lobe, Subarachnoid Space, Temporal Lobe

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To the brain: afferent carries information from sensory receptors in skin to the brain. From the brain: efferent carries information from the brain to
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Prefrontal Cortex

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Diffuse Axonal Injury, Epidural Hematoma, Gabrielle Giffords

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A french phrase that describes bruises that occur at two sites in the brain. When the head is struck, the impact causes the brain to bump the opposite
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Caffeine, Ath, Limbic System

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Circadian Rhythm, Suprachiasmatic Nucleus, Optic Chiasm

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Behavior is not simply driven by external cues from the environment. Allows animals to anticipate events before they happen. Time required to complete
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Extrastriate Cortex, Retinal Detachment

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Light i(cid:374)for(cid:373)atio(cid:374) tra(cid:448)els : pupil lens and cornea, retinal photoreceptors = rods and cones, retinal neurons = horizonta
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Medial Forebrain Bundle, Nucleus Accumbens, Mesocortical Pathway

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Frontal Lobe, Myelin, Synaptogenesis

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Twin, Thiamine, Apoptosis

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierWinter

PSY 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Randomized Controlled Trial, Clinical Pharmacology, Psychoactive Drug

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Stephanie BakerFall

PSY 3301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Penda Of Mercia, Ion Channel, Basal Ganglia

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

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PSY 3301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hereditary Spastic Paraplegia, Peripheral Nervous System, Dominance (Genetics)

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Troyer syndrome is 1 of more than 40 genetically distinct neurological disorders. It"s common features are progressive muscle weakness, spasticity in t
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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithFall

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PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Amacrine Cell, Vestal Virgin, Presbyopia

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Andra SmithWinter

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inferior Frontal Gyrus, West Nile Fever, Lateral Sulcus

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Neuroimaging, Amygdala, Cortisol

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UOTTAWAPSY 3301Claude MessierFall

PSY 3301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Inferior Parietal Lobule, Primary Motor Cortex, Supplementary Motor Area

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