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study guide/notes for why evolution is true

WHY EVOLUTION IS TRUE? Chapter 1 notes: evolution erodes our sense of self, and our morality two ideas that completely rejected god: natural selection and evolution parts of the evolutionary theory: 1. evolution- organisms...

Biology
BIO120H1
Jean Jiang Nash
term test 1 study guide- very detailed

Hadley Circulation  Warming air expands, becomes less dense and rises. As air heats up, evaporation quicken because equilibrium water vapour increases (doubling with every 10 degrees rise in temperature)  As the air...

Biology
BIO120H1
Jean Jiang Nash
oct 28 inclass notes

Psych. October 28 , 2010 nave realism. We see us as being normal. Anyone above or below is seen through us as being abnormal. For instance being who are smarter than us are nerds, and those less are dumbasses. Our self is ...

Psychology
PSY100H1
Michael Inzlicht
PSY100H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Social Facilitation, Utility, Facial Expression

Chapter 7!! Anticonvulsive drugs have been proven ineffective in controlling seizures New technique: removing parts of medial temporal lobes, including hippocampus. The idea was to stop seizure which orig...

Psychology
PSY100H1
Michael Inzlicht
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Personality Disorder

Lecture 10: Personality Disorders December 1, 2009 Features of Personality Disorders (PDs) (They all are maladaptive) Pattern is manifested in - Cognition (perception of themselves or world or others), affect (range, appro...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
Ch. 17 - Substance abuse disorders.

Lecture 9: Substance Abuse Disorders (Ch. 17) Nov. 24, 09 DSM-IV Disorders There are four substance use disorders recognized by the DSM IV - Substance intoxication - Substance abuse - Substance dependence - Substance withd...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Dementia Praecox, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, System On A Chip

Psychotic Disorders - Chapter 11 (Lect. 8) November 17, 2009 - [s] History of Schizophrenia - Kraeplin dementia praecox He first described symptoms associated with schizophrenia, but didnt label it as such Intellectual det...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Masturbation, Sexual Stimulation, Vagus Nerve

Lecture #7: Sexual Disorders & Dysfunction (Chapter 16) Changing views of sexual behaviour - Change over time (permissive vs. restrictiveconservative) In different cultures, different genders have a dominant role in sex - ...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Binge Eating, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Etiology

CH. 15: Eating Disorders Oct. 27, 2009 The Obesity Epidemic - 64% of American adults are overweight (BMI>25) or obese (BMI>30) - 25% of American children are overweight or obese 13% of Canadian children are now considered ...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Light Therapy, Reuptake, Cyclothymia

Chapter 9 and 10: Mood Disorders and Suicide MOOD DISORDERS Types of Mood Disorders - Unipolar - Mood remains at one pole of the depression-mania continuum (usually depression) - Bipolar - Mood swings across the depression...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Group Psychotherapy, Systematic Desensitization, Biofeedback

CH. 3,5: Treatment of Abnormality and Research Methods SEPT 29, 09 (DN = DOES NOTDO NOT) Biological approaches to treatment - Drug therapies - E.g. Antipsychotic, antidepressant, anti-anxiety, mood stabilizer (like lithium...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
PSY240H1 Lecture Notes - Boogie 2Nite, Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Rorschach Test

Chapter 4: Assessment and Diagnosis Diagnosis of Abnormality Advantages of Classification - Statistical purposes (governments and other agencies, it’s important to have records of how frequent of certain...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
Ch. 1,2 - Definition/history of abnormality

CH. 1-3: DefinitionHistory of Abnormality How is Abnormality Defined? 1. Unusualness or statistical deviation 2. Cultural relativism and social norms 3. Discomfort 4. Mental Illness 5. Maladaptiveness 1. Unusualness or sta...

Psychology
PSY240H1
S.Cassin
Jan. 5 lecture

Jan 5 (Continuing Proteins) -Primary structure tells us the order the amino acids are put together -polar covalent amide bonds -Alpha-helix is the most common tertiary structure -globular Tertiary structure -proline: becau...

Chemistry
CHM242H5
Judith C Poe
Jan. 3 lecture

Start for unit 3 test: -Polymers: are large, usually chainlike molecules that are built from small molecules called monomers -Polymer Types: 1. by components a. homopolymers: contains a single type of monomers example 1: P...

Chemistry
CHM242H5
Judith C Poe

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