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

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

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

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

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14 Jul 2019
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PSY202H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adenoid, Cengage Learning

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13 Jul 2019
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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Squared Deviations From The Mean, Cengage Learning, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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

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14 Jul 2019
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PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Juvenile Delinquency, Asch Conformity Experiments, Phaseolus Lunatus

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12 Jul 2019
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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PSY202H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Variance

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11 Jul 2019
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PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Parental Alienation Syndrome, American Psychological Association, Parental Alienation

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18 Jan 2019
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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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Phenotype, Controllability, Fritz Heider

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9 Dec 2012
An attributional theory of achievement motivation and emotion. Bernard weiner advocates that emotions are output of a complex cognitive process especia
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Network For Earthquake Engineering Simulation, John Bowlby, Life Satisfaction

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10 Dec 2012
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Hierarchical Organization, Reference Range, The Sequence

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9 Dec 2012
Origins and function of positve and negative affect: a control process view. Acts to minimize any discernible discrepancy between current actions and t
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Walter Mischel, Likey

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9 Dec 2012
Increases with the values of the delayed rewards relative to the immediate ones. Is susceptible to a variety of social influences. Children who tend to
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Ego Depletion, Motivation, Executive Functions

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10 Dec 2012
People have a tendency to approach positive stimuli, or avoid negative stimuli. Avoidance goals are problematic in all levels of the behavioural hierar
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Moral Development, Social Fact, Longitudinal Study

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10 Sep 2012
Stages of logical reasoning/intelligence (piaget): (after learning to speak)- intuitive stage, concrete operational (age 7), and then formal operationa
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Caffeine, Determinant, Impulsivity

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9 Dec 2012
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Motivated Reasoning, Socalled

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9 Dec 2012
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UTSGPSY426H1Jason PlaksFall

PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Unnecessary Health Care

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20 Oct 2012
There are two general tendencies that need for closure may instigate: seizing and freezing. These two tendencies produce a variety of effects on judgme
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CH11 - Elliot: Lewin .odt

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10 Dec 2012
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PSY426H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Diana Baumrind, Immanence, Psychopathology

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10 Sep 2012
Chapter 4 (the socialization of moral judgment and behavior in cross-cultural perspective) It does appear that the substance of morality-that is, the a
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PSY426H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cumulative Learning, Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Rebar

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9 Dec 2012
So this week"s unit was on epistemic needs; which is essentially the need for knowledge. The theme presented is the struggle between the motivation for
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PSY426H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mary Wollstonecraft

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10 Sep 2012
Issues in the 1848 about women"s rights, women are entitled to the rights deemed natural and inalienable by men. They claimed the rights of citizenship
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PSY426H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Impulsivity, Demarcation Point, Delusional Disorder

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9 Dec 2012
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PSY426H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Robert Stoller, Castration Anxiety, Oedipus Complex

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10 Sep 2012
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Ego Depletion, Motivation, Executive Functions

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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Motivation

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Clarifying achievement goals and their impact performance goals performance appraoch. And mental), denials: ability goals predicting deinial, beh. Diff
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Network For Earthquake Engineering Simulation, John Bowlby, Life Satisfaction

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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Walter Mischel, Likey

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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Ego Depletion, Anagram, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Experiment 3 takes aleternative view the suggestion here is that it is adaptive to up early on unsolvable problems b/c it would be a waste of time and
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Intentionality, Perceived Control, Cognitive Flexibility

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The support of autonomy and the control of behaviour. Intentionality and personal causation: when people believe that desired outcomes will follow reli
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Reward System

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9 Dec 2012
The psychological effects of insufficient rewards. (festinger, 1961) [first half] Reasoning: dissonance occurs because psychologically, the obverse of
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PSY426H1 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Motivated Reasoning, Socalled

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