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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildFall

PSYC 2210 Study Guide - Absenteeism, Heavy Object, 8 Seconds

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3 Nov 2012
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The four simple reinforcement schedules fixed ratio schedule (fr): a reinforcer is delivered after every n responses, where n is the ratio example: fr
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldWinter

PSYC 2210 LEARNING - ALL LECTURE NOTES, STUDY GUIDE, GRAPHS/DIAGRAMS, TEST MATERIAL.docx

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28 Jan 2013
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YORKPSYC 2210.Summer

The Psychology of Learning and Behaviour Final Exam Review.docx

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15 Mar 2012
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The psychology of learning and behaviour final exam review. Negative reinforcement is when a behaviour increases in frequency if some stimulus is remov
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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildWinter

PSYC 2210 Study Guide - Object Permanence, Constructed Language, Visible Language

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6 Nov 2012
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Short-term or working memory working memory is used to guide whatever tasks the individual is currently performing the information must be continually
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldFall

PSYC 2210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Key Light, Testability, Observational Techniques

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

PSYC 2230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Social Emotions, The Emotions, Thalamus

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

PSYC 2230 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dispositional Attribution, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Personalism

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

PSYC 2230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nociception, Epicurus, Homeostasis

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30 Jun 2019
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[c 206 factual: philosophers who have been concerned with hedonism do not include: a. hobbes b. darwin c. epicurus d. spencer. [b 206 factual: josh bel
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Robert Sternberg, Factor Analysis

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27 Jun 2019
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Classical Test Theory, Reliability Engineering, Electrical Contacts

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27 Jun 2019
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter 4: c4

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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Naturalistic Observation, Groupthink, Coroner

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27 Jun 2019
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Student: __________________________________________________________________________: a committee makes a decision that is not as sound as the decision
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Authentic Assessment, Apa Style, Personnel Selection

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27 Jun 2019
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Malingering, Psychometrics, Psychopathy

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27 Jun 2019
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Parietal Lobe, Frontal Lobe, Lobes Of The Brain

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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Insomnia, Frederick Delius, Eleanor Rosch

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6 Nov 2012
45
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Contiguity, Xerostomia, Eyelid

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10 Feb 2014
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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Motor Program, Default Mode Network, Stick Figure

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6 Nov 2012
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YORKPSYC 2210dFall

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lateralized Readiness Potential, Bereitschaftspotential, Explicit Memory

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26 Jun 2012
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Do not have methods to study it yet. Poorly defined third position is that consciousness is produced by activity of brain and that we should be optimis
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Anxiety Disorder, Thought Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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26 Jun 2012
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Many ways in defining abnormal, but none of the definitions are complete, many ways of constituting it, but it is hard to cover all that we mean by thi
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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildFall

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Immune System, Enuresis, Interferon

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8 Dec 2012
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Unconditioned eyeblink is often a large and rapid eyelid closure while the conditioned eyeblink is often smaller and more gradual movement. The us is a
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Mental Disorder, Sigmund Freud

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26 Jun 2012
20
Mental disorders have at the heart that people have abnormal thoughts and behaviours, not entirely clear what abnormal refers to. Many theories of what
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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Saccharin, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Schull

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6 Nov 2012
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Chapter 5 thomas brown: the more frequently two stimuli are paired the more strongly will an individual associate the two. + and - represent presence a
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Anal Stage, Repetition Compulsion, Oral Stage

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26 Jun 2012
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Can we change our defining characteristic, and the answer to that is yes. As a whole or a group after a certain amount of time, you will naturally gain
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Stanley Milgram, Random Assignment

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26 Jun 2012
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How our behaviour changes with the presences of real or imaginary people. Conformity and authority are the two key social components. Conformity is a c
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YORKPSYC 2210Tony NeildFall

Chapter 2 textbook notes Learning and behaviour by MAzur

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26 Oct 2011
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Chapter 2: simple ideas, associations, and simple cells. *scientific investigation of learning did not begin until end of 19th century. *proposed three
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldWinter

PSYC2210 Chapter 8 Avoidance and Punishment.doc

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29 Mar 2012
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Negative reinforcement: a behavior strengthening procedure in which an aversive stimulus is removed or omitted if the behavior occurs. For example, an
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldFall

Chapter 11 definitions

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Chapter 12 definitions

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Chapter 13 definitions

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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldWinter

PSYC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Edward Thorndike, Lithium Chloride, Kenneth Spence

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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldFall

Chapter 10 definitions

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Chapter 9 definitions

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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldWinter

PSYC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Matching Law, Slot Machine, Self-Control

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10 Jan 2014
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Concurrent schedules involve the presence of two choices readily available and the subject can switch from one response key to another. Concurrent sche
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YORKPSYC 2210Anthony NieldFall

PSYC 2210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Stimulus Control, Red Color, 10 Nanometer

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PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Immune System, Enuresis, Interferon

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PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Saccharin, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Schull

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