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[CC210] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (12 pages long!)

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CC210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: The Great Impostor, Impulsivity, Elder Abuse

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The exam will cover lectures, videos and readings from the course text book for week 5 through to the end of psychopathy (week 8) Multiple choice quest
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WLUCC210Wayne MorrisSpring

CC210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Old Master, Renews-Cappahayden, Analects

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CC210 Midterm: HI126 - Midterm Review

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CC210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Siblicide, Expectancy Theory, Dsm-5

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CC210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psychoticism, Prefrontal Cortex, Limbic System

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BU398 Lecture 4: TB_Chapter08

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____ is typically concerned with well-defined problems about operational issues and past events: top management, first-line management, employees, midd
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WLUBU398Cathleen LeitchSpring

BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter03

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BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter01

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BU398 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Vajrayana, Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Cengage Learning

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BU398 Lecture 8: TB_Chapter04

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Sectors of the environment which have direct impact on the organization are called the: task environment: general environment, organizational buffers,
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WLUBU398Cathleen LeitchSpring

BU398 Lecture 9: TB_Chapter06

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BU398 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Administrative Domain, Association To Advance Collegiate Schools Of Business, Cengage Learning

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BU398 Lecture 13: TB_Chapter05

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BU398 Lecture 15: TB_Chapter05

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Relatively enduring resource transactions, flows, and linkages that occur among two or. Intranet. interorganizational relationships. resource dependenc
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WLUBU398Cathleen LeitchSpring

BU398 Lecture 12: TB_Chapter03

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It includes the design systems to ensure effective communication, coordination, and integration of effort across each position: it identifies the tasks
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WLUCC210Andrew WelshFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Persecutory Delusion, Booby Trap, Gossip

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Cc 210 psychology of crime (nov. 16th 18th) Hostile (reactive) aggression: aggression that occurs in response to anger-inducing conditions, real or per
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WLUCC210Andrew WelshFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dissociative Identity Disorder, Mental Disorder, Bipolar Disorder

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Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm) : american psychiatric institute, criticisms . Use of diagnostic categories artificial bina
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WLUCC210Andrew WelshFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Disengagement Theory, Sentimentality, Advantageous

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The study of the mental processes involved in human perception, thought, memory, and decision-making. The study of how we understand ourselves and othe
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WLUCC210andrewwelshFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cohort Study

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CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Filicide, David Buss, Paul Snider

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Mom abuse drugs + alcohol while pregnant. She dropped him off at daycare, never came back. Kills 2 people + meets biological father in prison. Beh. gen
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CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fear Conditioning, Pituitary Gland, Electrodermal Activity

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Neuropsychology: the study of the brain, its functions and its role in behaviours and psychological processes. Two general areas of the brain: cerebral
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CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sociometric Status, Impulsivity, Conduct Disorder

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Coercion theory (gerald patterson: the idea that early onset criminal and violent behaviour de pelops out of a family environment characterized by coer
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WLUCC210Andrew WalshFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Robert Trivers, Coparenting, Puberty

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Cheating behaviour: alternative strategy theories antisocial and criminal behaviour stem from low parenting effort and high matting effort to reproduct
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WLUCC210Jennifer LavoieFall

CC210 Lecture Notes - Infidelity, Physical Attractiveness, Dorothy Stratten

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CC210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ecological Fallacy, Reductionism, Impulsivity

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WLUCC210Camie CondonWinter

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Binge Drinking, Deinstitutionalisation

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3 theories: medical/disease model, social learning/choice model, self-medication model. Crime and substance linkage theories: addiction comes first and
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WLUCC210Camie CondonWinter

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Community Service, Frontal Lobe, Reinforcement

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CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Psychopathy Checklist, Hervey M. Cleckley, Antisocial Personality Disorder

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WLUCC210Camie CondonWinter

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Robert John Bardo, Conflict Theories, Broad Group

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WLUCC210ManwellSummer

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Social Learning Theory, Personality Development, Reality Principle

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A common criticism of freudian thinking is its focus on inner drives or conflicts that lead individuals to behave in a particular way. These criticisms
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WLUCC210Camie CondonWinter

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Hervey M. Cleckley, Chloral Hydrate, Superficial Charm

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CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Hans Eysenck, Tabula Rasa, Observational Learning

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WLUCC210ManwellSummer

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Motivational Interviewing, Neurotransmitter, Methadone

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There are many assessment methods and treatment options for offenders, ranging from motivational interviewing and cognitive behavioural treatments to p
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WLUCC210ManwellSummer

CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sex Offender, Sexual Arousal, Sexual Attraction

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Sexual offences compromise a wide range of sexual acts with or without physical contact involving people who do not or cannot provide informed consent
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CC210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Murder, Serial Killer, Mass Murder

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