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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonFall

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (47 pages long!)

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Sept e m b e r 16th 2016. Reflex: a reac tion that is out of control of the org a nis m. But, peopl e who live in v pollut e d cities don"t se e m to s
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonFall

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (41 pages long!)

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

PSYC 2230- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 91 pages long!)

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Thorndike animal trips the lever to open the door to get the food. By sheer accident the animal solves the problem and eventually form an association b
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 63 pages long Study Guide!

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If (cid:455)ou ha(cid:448)e a goal, a(cid:374)d (cid:455)ou"re (cid:374)ot su(cid:272)(cid:272)essful, ho(cid:449) fas(cid:272)i(cid:374)ati(cid:374)g!
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 71 pages long Study Guide!

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Chapter one - conceptualizing and measuring motivation and the role of evolution in. We know what it feels like to be motivated. We often talk about ou
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YORKPSYC 2230James CheckWinter

PSYC 2230- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 225 pages long!)

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Ss and were less influenced by ptsd as their sensation seeking had a stress-buffering effect. Biological perspective of emotion: james-lange theory: pr
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (112 pages long!)

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Biological: some people may have a genetic predisposition to develop certain kinds of disorders. Behavioural: the experiences one has gone through/had
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

[PSYC 2230] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 62 pages long Study Guide!

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Motivation is the concept we use when we describe the forces acting on or within an organism to initiate and direct behaviour. Use motivation to explai
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

PSYC 2230- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 39 pages long!)

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A(cid:374)gie"s proble(cid:373: angie has anxiety disorder, some people may have a genetic predisposition to develop certain kinds of disorders like. H
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

[PSYC 2230] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (12 pages long)

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First class: your grade for the year is an a. Co(cid:374)ditio(cid:374): write a letter i(cid:374) the first t(cid:449)o (cid:449)eeks, (cid:862)dear m
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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 - Midterm Guide: Nociception, Epicurus, Homeostasis

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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 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

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

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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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YORKPSYC 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

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

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

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

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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 2030Krista A PhillipsSummer

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

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YORKPSYC 2230N/ AFall

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Keith Richards, Baruch Spinoza, Mick Jagger

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We are now using edition 6 for the textbook. Corrections to course outline: chapter 1 ok, chapter 2 genetic contributions, chapter 3. Physiological aro
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dispositional Attribution, Learned Helplessness, Fundamental Attribution Error

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The concept of acquired motivation is necessary for any comprehensive understanding of motivated behaviour because much behavioural difersity clearly d
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Positive Psychology, Determinism, Abraham Maslow

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First class: your grade for the year is an a. Co(cid:374)ditio(cid:374): write a letter i(cid:374) the first t(cid:449)o (cid:449)eeks, (cid:862)dear m
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bobo Doll Experiment, Nomothetic, Blood Sugar

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Chapter 1: conceptualizing and measuring motivation and the role of evolution in. We often talk about our motives as needs, wants, drives or desires. L
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Humanistic Psychology, Peak Experience, Motivation

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fixed Action Pattern, Behavioral Activation, Cognitive Dissonance

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Motivation is the concept we use when we describe the forces acting on or within an organism to initiate and direct behaviour. Use motivation to explai
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonFall

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Positive Psychology

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Motivational videa 6 rules rule numbe 3 - there is none. Defintion of motivation - an internal state or condition - soemtimes descrived as a need, desi
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseSummer

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Meiosis, Mitosis, Egg Cell

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*for studying, take note of the key terms, theories, concepts, and methods: ask a question from the title. S(survey/overlook the chapter) q (convert to
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pangs, Little Albert Experiment, Leptin

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Lecture 2: individual analysis: research aimed at understanding motivational changes to internal and external conditions. In studies of achievement, mo
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture 1: Chapter 1

Overview: conceptualizing and measuring motivation & the role of. The concept of motivation would seem best understood not as an on-again, off-again me
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

2230 Chapter 1-12 (full) except for ch. 5 (sorry): PSYC 2230 Textbook Notes from Motivation

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Role Theory, Reference Group, Learned Helplessness

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Attribution theory - the study of how we make decisions concerning the events we experience. Concerns factors assumed by the general public to cause pe
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex, Autonomic Nervous System, Prefrontal Cortex

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Darwin believed both emotions and their expressions are innate. He proposed three principles for understanding the expression of emotion in both human
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5 Photocopy: Gonadotropin, Classical Conditioning, Libido

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The concept of drive has typically assumed that the motivation of behaviour depends upon some physiological need such as huger. When a state exists the
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Breastfeeding, Behaviorism, Mary Cover Jones

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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseFall

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Peak Experience, Social Cognitive Theory, Abraham Maslow

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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter 2: CHAPTER 2 - Motivation

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Genetically motivated behaviors have often been analyzed under the topic of instinct. An instinct can be regarded as a genetically programmed bit of be
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonFall

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Slow-Wave Sleep, Basal Forebrain

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Emphasize the organism as a whole and argues we can best understand behaviour by understanding how the organism becomes activated. We can understand mo
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 full notes

Stress is located at the extreme end of a continuum of arousal. Every behavior is the result of activity on our ns. Motivation=emotion=arousal * -- bot
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YORKPSYC 2230Frank MarcheseWinter

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Hedonic Tone, Sensory Deprivation, Maternal Deprivation

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Hedonism the seeking of pleasure and avoidance of pain. Hedonic theories emphasize the idea that cues or stimuli have motivational properties because t
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PSYC 2230 (Motivation) - ALL LECTURE NOTES, EXAM OUTLINE/INFO, GRAPHS, DEFINITIONS

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