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UTSGPSY270H1katherine DuncanWinter

PSY270H1 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Wilhelm Wundt, Visual Field, Visual Cortex

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12 Oct 2018
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Points to add: cognition is sometimes used to describe animals (not exclusively people). Early philosophers asked questions about the origins of human
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UTSGPSY270H1David ChanWinter

PSY270H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Midterm Guide: Psych, Franciscus Donders, Echoic Memory

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UTSGPSY270H1Susanne FerberFall

[PSY270H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 16 pages long Study Guide!

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UTSGPSY270H1BurtonFall

PSY270H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Not necessary to understand cognitive neuroscience & perception in detail as there are other courses that specialize in these two topics. Inhibitory ac
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

PSY270H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Learning objectives: describe the historical contributions to cognitive psychology made by the first psychologists, psychoanalysis and behaviorism. Hys
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UTSGPSY270H1David ChanWinter

PSY270H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 88 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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40% from lecture 50% application, 10%fg kind of tricky. Cognitive psychology is the scientific study of the mind. In some ways, cognitive psychology is
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UTSGPSY270H1David ChanWinter

PSY270H1 Study Guide - Winter 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Memory, Temporal Lobe, Semantic Memory

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12 Oct 2018
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John locke proposed the idea of tabula rasa; this idea said we are born as blank slates and we accumulate knowledge over time. Emergence of the mind: t
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSummer

PSY270H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 40 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Our perception of the world around us through our senses and how we interpret the sensations brought in by our senses. The attentional processes that a
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UTSGPSY270H1David ChanWinter

PSY270H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Memory, Temporal Lobe, Semantic Memory

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20 Nov 2018
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John locke proposed the idea of tabula rasa; this idea said we are born as blank slates and we accumulate knowledge over time. Emergence of the mind: t
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UTSGPSY270H1John Vervaeke Winter

PSY270H1- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 34 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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Get the name of the theorist correct. Cognito, means to be aware or to know, think of the work incognito, which means to be unknown. Active attempt to
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Complement Factor B, Pediatrics, Environmental Factor

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16 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dependent And Independent Variables, Cengage Learning, Complement Factor B

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16 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture 4: measuring effect size for two-factor ANOVA

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16 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cengage Learning, Analysis Of Variance

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14 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adenoid, Cengage Learning

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13 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Squared Deviations From The Mean, Cengage Learning, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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13 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bundesautobahn 63, Cengage Learning, Analysis Of Variance

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14 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY220H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Juvenile Delinquency, Asch Conformity Experiments, Phaseolus Lunatus

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12 Jul 2019
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In an experiment by schachter, subjects engaged in a group discussion of a juvenile delinquent and were asked to suggest treatment for him ranging from
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UTSGPSY202H1AmandaSummer

PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Variance

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11 Jul 2019
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UTSGPSY328H1Dax UrbszatWinter

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Parental Alienation Syndrome, American Psychological Association, Parental Alienation

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18 Jan 2019
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Multiple choice: the topic of actor alec baldwin"s book titled a promise to ourselves was, fighting for custody of his brother"s children, determining
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Universal Grammar, Noam Chomsky, Language Development

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4 Apr 2019
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Language, very broadly, is a set of rules used to communicate. Can be spoken or written (or signed) Language is a very complex skill that we master eff
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: German Shepherd, Counterargument, Temporal Lobe

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28 Mar 2019
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Knowledge is interconnected, we are storing knowledge in an interconnected network. One piece of information is connected to another piece of informati
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture 11: Imagery and Concepts

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21 Mar 2019
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One of the earliest debates in psychology concerns how information is represented in our minds. Imagery is a mental representation of something that is
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 8: Everyday Memory

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12 Mar 2019
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Autobiographical memory (am): includes episodic memories of events we"ve experienced as well as semantic memories of basic facts about ourselves (e. g.
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Change Detection, Dependent And Independent Variables, Implicit Learning

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13 Mar 2019
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Psy270 lecture 5: long-term memory: systems and processes. Central executive is responsible for retrieving information from the storage systems and ltm
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Word Stem, September 11 Attacks, Secondary Source

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13 Mar 2019
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Engage in deep processing (add meaning to meaningless lists) Organize (e. g. categories or hierarchies; e. g. bower, 1969) Wanted to look at people"s a
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 7: Long-Term Memory

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11 Mar 2019
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The final stage of memory in the modal model is long-term memory (ltm) Theoretically, this store is limitless and there is no known capacity limit on l
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Noam Chomsky, Karl Lashley, Wilhelm Wundt

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13 Feb 2019
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Historical contribution to cognitive psychology made by the first psychologists. Investigated elements of immediate experience via analytic introspecti
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sense Of Balance, Nociception, Proprioception

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4 Feb 2019
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Perception: taking in information from the outside world through our senses and using it to in order to determine what is in our environment. Sensation
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dichotic Listening Test, Musical Tone, Visual Search

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4 Feb 2019
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Attention: the selection process our brains go through when they must choose" which information to further process and which to ignore" after incoming
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: George Sperling, Sensory Memory, Echoic Memory

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4 Feb 2019
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Encoding: initial processing of information so that it is represented in the nervous system. Storage: information encoded by the nervous system remains
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neutral Monism, David Chalmers, Christian Mortalism

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2 Feb 2019
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Mind-body problem: the question of how mental events, such as thoughts, beliefs and sensations are related to, or caused by, physical mechanisms taking
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture 4: Short-Term Storage

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31 Jan 2019
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One role of attention may be to bind features. Visual search tasks involves using attention to focus on object features in particular location. Don"t n
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 1: Introduction

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29 Jan 2019
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Cognition: the sum of all intelligent mental activities; acquiring and processing information about the world in order to make behavioral decisions. Tw
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Visual Search, Inattentional Blindness, Distracted Driving

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24 Jan 2019
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Everyone knows what attention is, but nobody can define it. There are several theories of the mechanisms of attention; each one explains how attention
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Frontal Lobe, Wilhelm Wundt, Confounding

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22 Sep 2017
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Learning objectives: describe the historical contributions to cognitive psychology made by the first psychologists, psychoanalysis and behaviorism. Hys
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UTSGPSY270H1Susanne Ferber

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cognitive Revolution, Wilhelm Wundt, Behaviorism

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30 Mar 2018
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Mental rotation (shepard and metzler: mental rotation: ability to imagine objects changing their orientation. Methods: present ps with pairs of either
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture 4: Short-Term Storage

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31 Jan 2019
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One role of attention may be to bind features. Visual search tasks involves using attention to focus on object features in particular location. Don"t n
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Visual Search, Inattentional Blindness, Distracted Driving

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24 Jan 2019
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Everyone knows what attention is, but nobody can define it. There are several theories of the mechanisms of attention; each one explains how attention
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Universal Grammar, Noam Chomsky, Language Development

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4 Apr 2019
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Language, very broadly, is a set of rules used to communicate. Can be spoken or written (or signed) Language is a very complex skill that we master eff
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Long-Term Memory, Iconic Memory, Sensory Memory

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22 Sep 2017
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Learning objectives: define the different types of memory and memory tasks. Short-term memory: a limited capacity store that holds information for a re
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UTSGPSY270H1Susanne Ferber

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Slow-Wave Sleep, Autobiographical Memory, Memory Consolidation

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30 Mar 2018
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Memory and sleep: sleep supports the consolidation of memory in all major memory systems, consolidation of memory during sleep can produce a strengthen
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Synapse, Long-Term Potentiation, Memory Consolidation

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22 Sep 2017
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Learning objective: explain the serial position curve and what causes it. Primacy effect: better memory in the beginning; occurs because items are succ
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UTSGPSY270H1Susanne Ferber

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Free Recall, Spatial Memory, Explicit Memory

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30 Mar 2018
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Question: how does intention to memorize influence how well the material is learned: intentional learning (purposeful) vs. incidental learning (unplann
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: German Shepherd, Counterargument, Temporal Lobe

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28 Mar 2019
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Knowledge is interconnected, we are storing knowledge in an interconnected network. One piece of information is connected to another piece of informati
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Zenon Pylyshyn, Stephen Kosslyn, Steven Pinker

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15 Feb 2018
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Visual imagery occurs when we see things in our mind that aren"t physically present. Mental imagery is the ability to recreate the sensory world in the
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: The Cocktail Party, Short-Term Memory, Donald Broadbent

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15 Feb 2018
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Attention: the ability to focus on specific stimuli/locations. Selective attention is focusing your attention on a particular object/event while ignori
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Temporal Lobe, Premotor Cortex, Eleanor Rosch

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10 Apr 2018
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Conceptual knowledge is knowledge that enables us to recognize objects and events and to make inferences about their properties. It exists in the form
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Voxel, Echoic Memory, Mental Rotation

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26 Mar 2018
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Memory: process involved in (1) retaining, (2) retrieving, & (3) using info about stimuli, images, events, ideas & skills after the original info is no
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Short-Term Memory, George Sperling, Sensory Memory

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15 Feb 2018
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Short term memory tasks are hard bc of the short duration and the small capacity of short term memory. Two definitions of memory: the process involved
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Source-Monitoring Error, Eyewitness Testimony, Interference Theory

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5 Mar 2018
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Our memories aren"t accurate and unchanging like photographs, but they are always changing depending on the event to be remembered, stored knowledge an
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Long-Term Potentiation, Anterograde Amnesia, Structural Level

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5 Mar 2018
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 1: Introduction

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29 Jan 2019
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Cognition: the sum of all intelligent mental activities; acquiring and processing information about the world in order to make behavioral decisions. Tw
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neutral Monism, David Chalmers, Christian Mortalism

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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hermann Ebbinghaus, Franciscus Donders, Wilhelm Wundt

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