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YORKPSYC 3410Michael LutherFall

PSYC 3410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Picea Engelmannii, Rochdale College, Contrived

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YORKPSYC 3410Peter PapadogiannisFall

PSYC 3410 Study Guide - Final Guide: Prefrontal Cortex, Biosocial Theory, Dsm-5

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Personality a unique and enduring pattern of inner experience and. Personality traits result of inherited characteristics, learned responses, or. Perso
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyWinter

Educational Psychology Final Exam Review.docx

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Learning to learn is an objective that must rank high in any educator s agenda, the likelihood of achieving this depends on what we know about the natu
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YORKPSYC 3410Michael LutherFall

PSYC 3410 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Conduct Disorder, Clinical Psychology, Dyslexia

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Psyc 3410 midterm exam (open book) (73) searching for and assessing theory of mind in autism: enhancing. Theory of mind (tom) as the ability to read ot
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YORKPSYC 3410Michael LutherFall

PSYC 3410 Study Guide - Learning Disability, White Matter, Asperger Syndrome

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15 Apr 2013
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Although there are support for students entering post secondary school for people with learning disability, people with non-verbal learn disability (nl
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YORKPSYC 3410Michael LutherFall

PSYC 3410 Study Guide - Ibm Officevision, Marshall Mcluhan, Educational Technology

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15 Apr 2013
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Global village and the medium is the message . Been around for 100yrs+ now formal and institutionally based e. g. penn university. Ideas theory was tha
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YORKPSYC 1010Doug Mc CannFall

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Confounding, Psychological Testing, Meta-Analysis

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YORKPSYC 1010Doug Mc CannFall

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Absolute Threshold, Taste Bud, Sensory Memory

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YORKPSYC 2240J De SouzaWinter

PSYC 2240 Final: All Multiple choice merged

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22 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 2240J De SouzaWinter

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex, Visual Cortex

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YORKPSYC 1010Doug Mc CannFall

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mind-Wandering, Iceberg, Suggestibility

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YORKPSYC 2240J De SouzaWinter

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Tuning Fork, Pitch Pipe, Absolute Pitch

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22 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 1010Doug Mc CannFall

PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Neurolemma, Axon Terminal, Neuroblast

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22 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 3170Aviva GoldbergFall

PSYC 3170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Throat Culture, Blood Test, Streptococcus

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5 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 3170Aviva GoldbergFall

PSYC 3170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biopsychosocial Model, John Wiley & Sons, Unnecessary Health Care

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5 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 3170Aviva GoldbergFall

PSYC 3170 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Eustress, Natural Childbirth, Psychoneuroimmunology

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5 Oct 2019
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Experiential Learning

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15 Dec 2017
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Reading guide - questions to help guide your reading made by the prof (not test questions) Movie assignment - main philosophies of teaching strategies
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Classical Conditioning, Eyeblink Conditioning, Conditioned Taste Aversion

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19 Dec 2017
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Unconditioned stimulus (us) elicits an unconditioned response (ur) Neutral stimulus (ns/cs) + unconditioned stimulus (us) elicits an unconditioned resp
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Democratic Education

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15 Dec 2017
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Many educators do not know what is gained from class arguments: argument as a form of inquiry leads to enriching understanding and enhancing knowledge,
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Greylag Goose, Woodlouse

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19 Dec 2017
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Sensitivity to feedback is important to learning because the animal won"t learn if it is not receptive to their environmental stimuli. Sign stimulus- a
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Animal Cognition, Behaviorism, Habituation

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19 Dec 2017
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Research topics in learning: learning fears, the partial reinforcement extinction effect, habituation (exposure to repeated stimuli, exposure therapy (
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Habituation, Dishabituation, Neural Adaptation

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19 Dec 2017
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Without habituation, our attention would be caught by all stimulation, even the unimportant ones. Habituation- responsiveness to a speci c stimulus dec
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Circle Graph, Homicide, Social Epidemiology

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15 Dec 2017
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Intercultural Competence, Standardized Test, Social Inequality

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15 Dec 2017
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3410 week 11 lecture notes : ladson-billings readings. Mrs. cook set up diff tables for activities. Matthew gets his activity done fast and is frustrat
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YORKPSYC 3410Michael LutherFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Transactional Analysis, Brief Psychotherapy, Narrative Therapy

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15 Apr 2013
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Essential learning components in brief family therapy pg 1. Looks at the 4 delivery formats of brief therapy: frames; narratives; Roles; & pattern inte
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Classical Conditioning, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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19 Dec 2017
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Cs- = conditioned inhibitor: a conditioned response does not occur. A previously conditioned stimulus is used to condition a new stimulus (it"s like th
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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4-6: Johann Friedrich Herbart, Heredity, Personal Development

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10 Apr 2016
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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter 15: PSYC3410 - Week 8 Dewey 15

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Play and work in the curriculum (chapter 15) These were previously used to make teaching easier and school more enjoyable for the child. It has been pr
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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Emancipation Proclamation, Sodium Bicarbonate, Peter Van Riper

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Thinking in education: the essentials of method. The school experience should teach students to develop their ability to think. thinking is the basis f
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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-14: Democratic Education, Firm Foundation

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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter 1-3: PSYC3410 - Week 1 Dewey 1-3

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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9-10: Sister Suffragette, Social Stratification, Hard Fate

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YORKPSYC 3410Ronald SheeseWinter

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7-8: Intrinsic Activity, Tabula Rasa

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10 Apr 2016
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Summary:in this chapter dewey explores the social and democraic idea of educaion. Since educaion is a social process, there must be a deined social ide
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dishabituation, Homeostasis, Classical Conditioning

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An elicited behaviour is one that can be automatically drawn out by a certain stimulus. Re ex- a relatively simple, automatic response to a stimulus. S
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5, 12: Conditioned Taste Aversion, Classical Conditioning, Tactile Signing

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There are two types of learning when it comes to conditioning. S-r model- classical conditioning as the process of directly attaching a relfex response
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YORKPSYC 3410Elissa RodkeyFall

PSYC 3410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5, 8: Reciprocal Inhibition, Systematic Desensitization, Aversion Therapy

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