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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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PSY352H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 48 pages long!)

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Psychology and biology: course will explore the proximate (mechanistic) and ultimate (evolutionary) aspects of behaviour, goal of the course is to make
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PSY352H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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12 Oct 2018
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Chapter 8 Questions with answers.docx

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11 Dec 2013
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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Scarlet Tiger Moth, Tawny Frogmouth, Dead Leaf Mantis

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11 Apr 2014
Primary defense: a primary defense reduces the probability of attack. Artificial color mutation: do red painted great tits experience increased or decr
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

2011 Final exam preparation note

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12 Apr 2011
Define briefly what the phenogenetic questions and phylogenetic. Proximate question (phenogenetic causation) concerns the biological and physiological
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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Hybridization Probe, Northern Blot, Silent Mutation

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13 Apr 2014
Isolate gene from rest of genome: produce large enough. So it is large and difficult to analyze for function: messenger rna. Only coding sequence and a
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UTMPSY352H5Peter MorrowWinter

PSY352H5 Study Guide - Reductionism, Genetic Code, Ethology

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10 Feb 2014
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

review of test questions with answers

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8 Apr 2011
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Sigmund Freud, Cerebral Cortex

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2 Oct 2018
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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2011 Winter

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2 Oct 2018
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Thematic Apperception Test, Moon Illusion

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2 Oct 2018
___: renata recently had a magnetic resonance imaging (mri) scan done. The results showed that her brain has enlarged ventricles and a thalamus that is
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Anorexia Nervosa, Dissociative Identity Disorder, Schizophrenia

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2 Oct 2018
___a: selena constantly thinks about climbing up the stairs to the roof of her building and jumping into the street below. Selena"s uncontrollable thou
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ventromedial Nucleus Of The Hypothalamus, Fraternities And Sororities, Collective Unconscious

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2 Oct 2018
_b__: people who score high in __________ are characterized as outgoing, sociable, upbeat, friendly, and assertive, neuroticism, extraversion, conscien
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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2013 Winter

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2 Oct 2018
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Grape, Joseph Wolpe

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2 Oct 2018
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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y Final Exam 2013 Summer

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PSY100Y5 Final: PSY100Y5 Final Exam 2014 Summer

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2 Oct 2018
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PSY100Y5 Study Guide - Final Guide: University Of Toronto Mississauga, Mitsubishi Delica, Ct Scan

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2 Oct 2018
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gene Targeting, Determinism, Genetically Modified Organism

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20 Apr 2016
Heritability, genetic determinism, iq, sex, criminality & racism. People thing genetics is something you can"t change not true. Nothing is genetically
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Memory Consolidation, Learning, Habituation

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18 May 2018
Animal learning and memory: animals can adapt to conditions at a much quicker rate through learning than through evolution, learning: experience depend
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Animal Language, African Elephant, Song And Dance

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20 Apr 2016
Across different species all modalities are used for communication. Comunication in the african elephant: elephants can recognize each other by voice.
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mesolimbic Pathway, Reproductive Isolation, Meiosis

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20 Apr 2016
Lecture 8 reproductive behavior: passing on your genes. Reproductive behaviors are the most impt from evolutionary sense: they directly affect fitness.
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biological Pump, Resting Potential, Action Potential

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16 Sep 2015
Synapses are deciding whether to send the information forward or send it back. There are millions of neurones that have millions of synaptic connection
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: American And British English Spelling Differences, Gregor Mendel, Mechanical Engineering

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16 Sep 2015
When we compare with animals, we are not the ones with the biggest brain, but on the other hand synapse and the connections among neurones make us inte
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Comparative Psychology, Transfer Rna, Ethology

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23 Jan 2018
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Neurochemistry, Amygdala, Leafy Seadragon

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18 May 2018
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Complex Differential Form, Acetylcholine, Esterase

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18 May 2018
Biochemical pathways: shows how complex the process is, but just because it is complex, it doesn"t mean that there are certain crucial genes in the fun
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Genetic Recombination, Secondary Sex Characteristic, Vasopressin

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16 Sep 2015
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PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Epistasis, Gene Expression, Pleiotropy

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24 Feb 2018
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PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: George Romanes, Margaret Floy Washburn, Operant Conditioning

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16 Jan 2018
Animals and their behaviour are an integral part of human society. Recognizing and defining behaviour: animal behaviour: any internally coordinated, ex
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Chapter 5 study guide

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27 Feb 2011
In the context of animal behavior communication is the sharing of information between individuals. Exactly how communication is transferred will depend
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Chapter 6 notes

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17 Mar 2011
Chapter 6: foraging behaviour: finding, choosing & and processing food. The specific principles of foraging are common to all animal species, even if t
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Chapter 3 Study Guide

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21 Feb 2011
Behaviors can be thought of having underlying motivations. These may be internal or external to the individual (or both). Levels of motivation relating
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiFall

Ch. 4: The Development of Behavior

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16 Dec 2011
These sections of dna are termed genes and their specific sites on the chromosome are termed. Genetic variability is linked to variability in expressed
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PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Motor Coordination, Motor Skill, Classical Conditioning

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24 Feb 2018
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PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Kin Selection, Selective Breeding, Evolutionarily Stable Strategy

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16 Jan 2018
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PSY352H5 Chapter 2: Methods for Studying Animal Behaviour

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16 Jan 2018
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PSY352H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Chemoreceptor, Sensory Neuron, Umwelt

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24 Feb 2018
Animals require environmental information from their sensory systems. Chapter 5: environmental heterogeneity can negatively affect the fitness of indiv
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Memory Consolidation, Learning, Habituation

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Across different species all modalities are used for communication. Comunication in the african elephant: elephants can recognize each other by voice.
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiFall

PSY352H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Synaptic Vesicle, Optimal Foraging Theory, Net Energy Gain

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Explain the three types of selection forces we discussed? (5 marks) Directional selection: occurs when a certain extreme trait becomes much more adapti
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Psy252 review: define heritability using mathematical model and explain the scientific definition as well, heritability is defined as the ratio of geno
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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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2011 Final exam preparation note

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Define briefly what the phenogenetic questions and phylogenetic. Proximate question (phenogenetic causation) concerns the biological and physiological
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PSY352H5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 32 pages long!)

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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Sapiens, Population Bottleneck, Genetic Recombination

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Allele = different form of a gene. Everyone has the same set of genes but can have slightly different allele variants. Particular person can only have
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Morris Water Navigation Task, Gene Knockout, Ethology

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Behaviour is the subject"s movement in space and time (methodological/psychological definition: i measure learning with morris" water maze no. You"re m
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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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PSY352H5 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Natural Selection, Mutation, Memory

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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Stephen Jay Gould, Zebrafish, Protein Structure

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19 May 2018
Lecture 10: learning, memory and cognition in fish: the question of translational relevance and evolutionary conservation, studies on zebra fish are im
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Inbreeding Depression, Meiosis, Polygynandry

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There must be some evolutionary advantage behind sexual reproduction. What is it: genetic recombination (during meosis) Strong selection pressure on re
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Neurochemistry, Amygdala, Leafy Seadragon

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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Entwine, Coevolution, Animal Communication

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18 May 2018
Perhaps all species of animals use some form of communication: bees dance when they have found nectar. Lecture 7: the dance conveys information about w
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Memory Consolidation, Learning, Habituation

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Animal learning and memory: animals can adapt to conditions at a much quicker rate through learning than through evolution, learning: experience depend
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PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Superior Colliculus, Striking Distance, Preoptic Area

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18 May 2018
One step beyond simple reflexes: prey capture in the frog. Prey capture: a five step process that is triggered by particular visual stimuli: 1. orienti
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