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YORKPSYC 3520Maria LegersteeSpring

PSYC 3520- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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YORKPSYC 3520Maria LegersteeFall

PSYC 3520 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rhesus Macaque, Harry Harlow, John Bowlby

8 Page
7 Jan 2013
Chapter 7 social influences on infants" sense of self. Social interactionists: emphasizes the role of parents in being attuned to infants" emotions, bo
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela ShibleySpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: White Noise, Sensory Cortex, Neural Pathway

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21 Jan 2018
Perception - the ability to make act on the sensory info to begin to make sense of it. Cognition - the ability to understand what we are perceiving, le
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cortisol, Jerome Kagan, Heart Rate

5 Page
24 Mar 2017
Is stable, long-term traits of the infant that describe its: overall emotionality, reactivity, adaptability. In general, temperament is believed to be
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pacifier, 18 Months, Sensory System

7 Page
28 Feb 2017
When we can smell food, we report that the flavour is increased (tastes better). This is perhaps why nothing tastes good when one is sick. Most objects
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoWinter

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural-Historical Psychology, Lev Vygotsky, Smallpox

3 Page
13 Jan 2017
Philosophical perspective: we are interested in the various outcomes associated with different experiences as well as the relationship of these experie
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YORKPSYC 3520Maria LegersteeWinter

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Crossmodal, Face Perception, Speech Perception

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21 Mar 2013
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5 (2) : Clostridium Botulinum, Campylobacter Jejuni, Listeria Monocytogenes

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3 Mar 2017
Botulism: comes from the clostridium botulinium bacteria. Found in soil, and are carried by fruits and vegetables. Resistant to heat, killed only by hi
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Low Birth Weight, Placenta, Trilobite

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14 Feb 2017
Widening of the cervix to 10 cm. Prom: premature rupture of the membranes: water breaks before contractions begin. Latent stage: less than 20 hours, co
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Toxoplasmosis, Cervical Cancer, Sexual Differentiation

9 Page
14 Feb 2017
Tables 3. 1 and 3. 5 will not be on the exam. Research designs: experimental, quasi experimental, case study, single study. Research designs for develo
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visual Cortex, Binocular Disparity, Dishabituation

4 Page
14 Feb 2017
Sensory systems develop in an invariant order. It helps to modulate or attenuate the sensory information that the infant is able to detect or pick up.
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YORKPSYC 3520allFall

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Secondary Consciousness, Facial Recognition System, Intersubjectivity

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7 Jan 2013
The ability to identify with others and to distinguish between self and other plays an important role in inter-subjective relationships. Human adaptati
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YORKPSYC 3520Maria LegersteeSpring

PSYC 3520- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 31 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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YORKPSYC 3520Maria LegersteeFall

PSYC 3520 Study Guide - Final Guide: Rhesus Macaque, Harry Harlow, John Bowlby

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7 Jan 2013
Chapter 7 social influences on infants" sense of self. Social interactionists: emphasizes the role of parents in being attuned to infants" emotions, bo
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PSYC 1010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Absolute Threshold, Taste Bud, Sensory Memory

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

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PSYC 2240 Final: All Multiple choice merged

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22 Oct 2019
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YORKWinter

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cortisol, Jerome Kagan, Heart Rate

5 Page
24 Mar 2017
Is stable, long-term traits of the infant that describe its: overall emotionality, reactivity, adaptability. In general, temperament is believed to be
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pacifier, 18 Months, Sensory System

7 Page
28 Feb 2017
When we can smell food, we report that the flavour is increased (tastes better). This is perhaps why nothing tastes good when one is sick. Most objects
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela ShibleySpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Prenatal Development, Neural Tube, Neural Plate

5 Page
21 Jan 2018
Maturation - purely genetic programming vs environmental in uences continuous or discontinuous development. Development is more continuous then previou
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela ShibleySpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: White Noise, Sensory Cortex, Neural Pathway

4 Page
21 Jan 2018
Perception - the ability to make act on the sensory info to begin to make sense of it. Cognition - the ability to understand what we are perceiving, le
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lev Vygotsky, Motor Action F.C., Object Permanence

3 Page
15 Mar 2017
Shows symbolic play with the ice cream/pizza. Shows relational-functional play (uses toys as intended) Under blanket, part of object needs to be visibl
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YORKPSYC 3520LegersteeFall

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Behaviorism, Reinforcement

6 Page
12 Dec 2014
Theory of mind (children) the developmental changes through which children develop in their understanding of people"s minds mimic actual theory changes
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visual Cortex, Binocular Disparity, Dishabituation

4 Page
14 Feb 2017
Sensory systems develop in an invariant order. It helps to modulate or attenuate the sensory information that the infant is able to detect or pick up.
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoWinter

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultural-Historical Psychology, Lev Vygotsky, Smallpox

3 Page
13 Jan 2017
Philosophical perspective: we are interested in the various outcomes associated with different experiences as well as the relationship of these experie
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Toxoplasmosis, Cervical Cancer, Sexual Differentiation

9 Page
14 Feb 2017
Tables 3. 1 and 3. 5 will not be on the exam. Research designs: experimental, quasi experimental, case study, single study. Research designs for develo
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Frontal Lobe, List Of Association Football Teams To Have Won Four Or More Trophies In One Season, Thalamus

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14 Feb 2017
Birth and the newborn, physical growth, health and nutrition. 17th & 18th century appeal to saints. At or about 38 weeks (266 days) hormones trigger di
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Birth Weight, Random Assignment, Advanced Maternal Age

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14 Feb 2017
Narrative record: detailed description of the behaviours they observe. Event sampling: small # of behaviours are identified and the researcher notes ea
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter 9: chapter 9

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17 Mar 2017
Young children, infants, need social interactions, touch, and a stable relationship. Nearly everything else the infant needs will also come from a soci
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5 (2) : Clostridium Botulinum, Campylobacter Jejuni, Listeria Monocytogenes

2 Page
3 Mar 2017
Botulism: comes from the clostridium botulinium bacteria. Found in soil, and are carried by fruits and vegetables. Resistant to heat, killed only by hi
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Insulin, Methadone, Low Birth Weight

10 Page
14 Feb 2017
23 pairs of chromosomes: one pair of sex chromosomes xx or xy, 22 pairs of autosomes. One member of each pair comes from each parent. Hereditary sensor
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YORKPSYC 3520allFall

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Intersubjectivity, Intentionality, Longitudinal Study

5 Page
7 Jan 2013
Chapter 1- definitions, theories, and plan of the book. She is born with some specific abilities to predict what people can do. She quickly learns that
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Low Birth Weight, Placenta, Trilobite

1 Page
14 Feb 2017
Widening of the cervix to 10 cm. Prom: premature rupture of the membranes: water breaks before contractions begin. Latent stage: less than 20 hours, co
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YORKPSYC 3520allFall

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Secondary Consciousness, Facial Recognition System, Intersubjectivity

8 Page
7 Jan 2013
The ability to identify with others and to distinguish between self and other plays an important role in inter-subjective relationships. Human adaptati
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YORKPSYC 3520allFall

PSYC 3520 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Crossmodal, Chief Operating Officer, Proprioception

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4 Jan 2013
I argued that infants are born with innate domains that contain representations about people, as well as particular principles on how to interact with
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PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Prenatal Development, Neural Tube, Neural Plate

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PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: White Noise, Sensory Cortex, Neural Pathway

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PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Behaviorism, Reinforcement

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Theory of mind (children) the developmental changes through which children develop in their understanding of people"s minds mimic actual theory changes
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YORKPSYC 3520Mariela GiulianoSpring

PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Visual Cortex, Binocular Disparity, Dishabituation

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PSYC 3520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Prenatal Development, Neural Tube, Neural Plate

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