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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

[Psychology 2134A/B] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 37 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 178 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
Chapter 1 - animal communication and human language. Communication - behavior intended to influence another organism. Vocal/speech, facial expressions,
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (65 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
Animals use various communication systems to aid survival and reproductive needs; these usually center around foraging for food, avoiding predators, re
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (37 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
Animals use various communicaton systems to aid survival. They usually focus on foraging for food, avoiding predators, recognizing friends and finding
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Final Exam: Unit 7-12

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16 Jan 2012
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMatsukiWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Waggle Dance, Diana Monkey, Animal Communication

50 Page
27 Sep 2018
Human adults have difficulty learning a language. Syntax is what separates human language from animal communication systems. Ethologist: scientist who
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMatsukiWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Study Guide - Final Guide: Orthographic Depth, English Orthography, Parafovea

38 Page
27 Sep 2018
We were initially hunter-gatherers with no need for writing. Full-fledged writing systems evolved out of early calendars and tally sheets for records.
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMatsukiWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Midterm: Midterm 2 Notes

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27 Sep 2018
Words are labels for concepts: dual nature of words. Word: minimal unit of meaningful speech that can stand alone. Rarely use a single-word utterance t
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Flowchart, Inflection, Disestablishmentarianism

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3 Nov 2012
The nature of language: what is language and how does it relate to other forms of communication? language is a human faculty that we take for granted.
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Psychology 2036A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Major Depressive Disorder, Long-Distance Running, Exaggeration

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Psychology 2036A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian Psychological Association, Cardiology, Antimicrobial Resistance

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2 Aug 2020
Skill: recall: the term health psychology replaced behavioural medicine as the preferred name for a new discipline linking psychology and health. Chapt
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Psychology 2036A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Positive Psychology, Systematic Desensitization, Sympathetic Nervous System

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2 Aug 2020
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Psychology 2036A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Immunology, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Dementia

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2 Aug 2020
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Psychology 2040 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Order, Physical Abuse, Sulky

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Psychology 2040 Study Guide - Final Guide: Metacognition, Social Cognition, Intellectual Disability

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Psychology 2040 Study Guide - Final Guide: Synaptic Pruning, Church Attendance, Tantrum

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2 Jun 2020
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Psychology 2035A/B Lecture 15: 12

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20 Mar 2020
When a person must continue to take a drug in order to avoid withdrawal illness, the person has developed, abuse. tolerance, physical dependence, psych
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Psychology 2035A/B Lecture 17: 10

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20 Mar 2020
Worldwide, which of the following is the most common mode of transmission of the hiv virus, sharing food, heterosexual relations, sexual contact among
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Psychology 2035A/B Lecture 3: 9

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20 Mar 2020
Increase your participation gradually: exercise regularly without overdoing it, look for an activity that you will find enjoyable, exercising sporadica
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: American Sign Language, French Sign Language, Sign Language

5 Page
23 Nov 2016
The sign language of nicaragua began as a pidgin by the children. Over 20 years, (cid:498)generations of school children(cid:499) developed the full la
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BTerry BiggsWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: 18 Months, Language Development, Sign Language

14 Page
15 Jan 2016
Chapter 1 animal communication and human language. Ethologist scientist who studies animal behaviour: focuses on four f"s: food, foe, friend, and findi
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BOlessia JouravlevSummer

Psych 2134 - Lecture 5

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4 Oct 2014
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Metalinguistic Awareness, Heritage Language, Mutual Intelligibility

5 Page
23 Nov 2016
Monolingual: able to speak only one language. Bilingual: able to speak two or more languages. Balanced bilingual: a person who grows up speaking two la
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Fricative Consonant, Affricate Consonant, Epiglottis

65 Page
16 Oct 2011
Cognitive science the study of the mind: we have not just a brain, but also mental states that are superimposed on that brain, we reason our way throug
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Receptive Aphasia, Diphthong, Auditory Cortex

9 Page
6 Mar 2018
The vocal tract and the production of speech. The production of speech begins in the lungs, which provide the airstream for vocalization. Vocal tract i
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BOlessia JouravlevSummer

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Animal Language, Language Development, Cognitive Development

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4 Oct 2014
Where did language come from: there is no way of providing a credible theory on the invention of language. Language involved from earlier prehistoric l
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Syntactic Bootstrapping, Baby Talk

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9 Nov 2012
First words begin to appear at 12 months. Then there is a naming explosion and by the age of 5 children know around 13,000 words. Fast mapping is the t
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BTerry BiggsWinter

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture 1: Psych of Language Textbook Notes

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20 Apr 2016
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSummer

Unit 12: Language and the Brain

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16 Jan 2012
In this lecture we will examine how language can be mapped to specific areas of the brain. Of particular interest are findings that specific aspects of
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Postcentral Gyrus, Motor Speech Disorders, Frontal Lobe

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3 Nov 2016
Section 4. 1: the vocal tract and the production of speech. The production of speech begins in the lungs, which provide the airstream for vocalization.
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Waggle Dance, Animal Communication, Short-Term Memory

4 Page
14 Jan 2017
Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-8: Hiragana, Primary Motor Cortex, Trochee

39 Page
6 Mar 2018
Speech fills our lives: talking to each other, talking to ourselves. B(cid:396)o(cid:272)a"s aphasia: i(cid:373)pai(cid:396)ed spee(cid:272)h: b/c area
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speech Perception, Motor Speech Disorders, Language Disorder

3 Page
27 Jan 2017
4. 1 the vocal tract and the production of speech. Vocal chords: a pair of membranes stretched across the opening of the glottis that can be vibrated t
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: 18 Months, Supramarginal Gyrus, Spreading Activation

4 Page
27 Jan 2017
Tip of the tongue: feeling of knowing something without being able to recall it. Word: a minimal unit of meaningful speech that can stand alone. Concep
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Orthographic Depth, Logogram, Alphabeta

8 Page
7 Nov 2016
We all learn spoken language effortlessly as we grow up, because the brain has evolved dedicated systems for processing speech. However, reading is a r
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Unimodality, Peripheral Vision, Manually Coded English

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27 Jan 2017
Home sign: a kind of pidgin sign language that hearing families develop to communicate with a deaf family member. Each family will develop their own ho
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Implicit Learning, Validity, Frontal Lobe

8 Page
6 Nov 2016
The main function of language is talk-in-interaction, far outweighing all other forms of discourse. Talk-in-interaction the spontaneous speech people u
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter 9: Bilingualism

3 Page
27 Jan 2017
Monolingual: able to speak only one language. Bilingual: able to speak two or more languages. Balance bilingual: a person who grows up speaking two lan
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-13: Germanic Languages, Manually Coded English, Color Term

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6 Mar 2018
Native english speakers tend to be monolingual & assume that 1 person-1 language is the norm. Distinction btwn language & dialect is more political tha
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 178 pages long!)

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[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (65 pages long)

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[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

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Animals use various communicaton systems to aid survival. They usually focus on foraging for food, avoiding predators, recognizing friends and finding
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[Psychology 2134A/B] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 37 pages long Study Guide!

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Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: American Sign Language, French Sign Language, Sign Language

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23 Nov 2016
The sign language of nicaragua began as a pidgin by the children. Over 20 years, (cid:498)generations of school children(cid:499) developed the full la
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Postcentral Gyrus, Motor Speech Disorders, Frontal Lobe

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3 Nov 2016
Section 4. 1: the vocal tract and the production of speech. The production of speech begins in the lungs, which provide the airstream for vocalization.
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

[Psychology 2134A/B] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (37 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Waggle Dance, Animal Communication, Short-Term Memory

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14 Jan 2017
Psych 2134 ch. 1 animal communication & human language. Animals use communication systems such as a bee"s waggle dance, a money"s calls, flashing of br
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BMarc JoanisseSpring

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-8: Hiragana, Primary Motor Cortex, Trochee

39 Page
6 Mar 2018
Speech fills our lives: talking to each other, talking to ourselves. B(cid:396)o(cid:272)a"s aphasia: i(cid:373)pai(cid:396)ed spee(cid:272)h: b/c area
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WESTERNPSYCH 2134A/BSarah Smits- BandstraFall

Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speech Perception, Motor Speech Disorders, Language Disorder

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27 Jan 2017
4. 1 the vocal tract and the production of speech. Vocal chords: a pair of membranes stretched across the opening of the glottis that can be vibrated t
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Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Phonological Word, Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Morpheme

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Words exist as distinct entities only in written language. 5. 1: anatomy of words: word: a minimal unit of meaningful speech that can stand alone. Ther
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Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Roger Ebert, Vocal Tract, Vocal Folds

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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Basilar Membrane, Sound, Auditory Cortex

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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cobb County School District, Alan Baddeley, List Of Disney Comics By Carl Barks

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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Waggle Dance, Animal Communication, Ethology

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Even flashing lights such as in a firefly: this communication is most often conspecific meaning that it"s with members of the same species, but intersp
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Psychology 2134A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Waggle Dance, Jane Goodall, Kanzi

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Kanzi was a male bonobo: he understood symbols better than his mother because kanzi was introduced to human language as a toddler. But scientists argue
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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sentence Clause Structure, Active Voice, Psych

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Agent the entity that causes the event portrayed in a sentence to occur. Patient the entity that is acted upon in the event that is portrayed in a sent
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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Orthographic Depth, Fusiform Gyrus, Visual Cortex

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Italian and german are also thought to have shallow orthography: french and english are considered to have deep orthography, at the deep end of the ort
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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lexeme, Part Of Speech, Universal Property

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Psychology 2134A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Inattentional Blindness, Electrophysiology, Psych

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