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## PSY 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Stuart Mill, Wilhelm Wundt, Confirmation Bias

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## BIO 105 Lecture 5: Protists

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Protists -- all eukaryotes that are not land plants, fungi, or animals. Extremely diverse and have no traits that are unique to protists (not in any ot
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## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Petri Dish, Microbiological Culture, Archaea

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Domains -- all life on earth can be categorized in 3 domains. They are everywhere we are in constant contact with prokaryotes. The good outnumber the b
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNCHM 103Stanton ChingFall

## CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Enthalpy, Coffee Cup, Calorimetry

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## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convergent Evolution, Synapomorphy

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Species -- a population of organisms that can reproduce with others within to produce fertile offspring. Tree of life -- evolutionary history and relat
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNCHM 103Stanton ChingFall

## CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Calorimetry, Sodium Hydroxide, Joule

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Measurement of heat transfer and reaction enthalpies q = n * cp * t n = moles (cid:3040)(cid:3039) (cid:4667) Cp = molar heat capacity ( q = m * cs * t
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## CHM 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Bohr Model, Uncertainty Principle, Planck Constant

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* = c (speed of light) = 3. 00 * 10-8. As e increases, increases, and decreases. Red = low energy, green = highest intensity of visible light. E = h ,
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 106Page OwenFall

## BIO 106 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Salivary Gland, Skeletal Muscle, Acetylcholine

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The conversion of an external signal to an amplified internal signal (one signal type is converted to another) Cell signaling-a weak external signal am
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## CHM 103 Lecture 13: Chapter 4-Enthalpy/Heat Absorption

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## BIO 105 Lecture 6: Plants and Animals

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Plants -- include green algae and land plants. Humans depend on plants for food, fuel, fibers, and medicine. Plants are primary producer of oxygen, bui
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Body Mass Index, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating

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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Action Potential, Monoamine Neurotransmitter, Positron Emission Tomography

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Central nervous system (cns)-- the brain and spinal cord. Peripheral nervous system (pns) -- all nerve cells in the body that are not part of the centr
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Institutional Review Board, Scatter Plot

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Goals of psychological science: describe what a phenomenon is, predict when it will occur, control what causes it to occur, explain why it occurs. Rese
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fetus, Puberty, Deductive Reasoning

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Developmental psychology -- the study of changes, over the life span, in physiology, cognition, emotion, and social behavior. Synaptic pruning -- a pro
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Behaviorism, Sigmund Freud, Psychoanalysis

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Psychological science -- the study, through research, of mind, brain and behavior. Mind = mental activity, including perception (senses) Mental activit
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Psychological Trauma, Suggestibility, Hindsight Bias

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Memory -- the nervous system"s capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge. Encoding -- the processing of information so that it can be stored
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## MAT 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Scatter Plot, Unimodality, Bar Chart

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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Body Mass Index, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating

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Health psychology -- a field that integrates research on health and on psychology. Involves the application of psychological principles to promote heal
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## PSY 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Stuart Mill, Wilhelm Wundt, Confirmation Bias

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The study, through research, of mind, brain, and behavior. Critical thinking -- systematically questions and evaluates information using well-supported
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Action Potential, Monoamine Neurotransmitter, Positron Emission Tomography

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Central nervous system (cns)-- the brain and spinal cord. Peripheral nervous system (pns) -- all nerve cells in the body that are not part of the centr
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Institutional Review Board, Scatter Plot

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Goals of psychological science: describe what a phenomenon is, predict when it will occur, control what causes it to occur, explain why it occurs. Rese
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fetus, Puberty, Deductive Reasoning

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Developmental psychology -- the study of changes, over the life span, in physiology, cognition, emotion, and social behavior. Synaptic pruning -- a pro
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Behaviorism, Sigmund Freud, Psychoanalysis

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Psychological science -- the study, through research, of mind, brain and behavior. Mind = mental activity, including perception (senses) Mental activit
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Psychological Trauma, Suggestibility, Hindsight Bias

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Memory -- the nervous system"s capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge. Encoding -- the processing of information so that it can be stored
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture 5: Protists

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Protists -- all eukaryotes that are not land plants, fungi, or animals. Extremely diverse and have no traits that are unique to protists (not in any ot
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNMAT 107M.L.KarkerFall

## MAT 107 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Scatter Plot, Unimodality, Bar Chart

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Frequency distribution -- a table that displays frequencies, and sometimes relative and cumulative relative frequencies, for categories (categorical da
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Petri Dish, Microbiological Culture, Archaea

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Domains -- all life on earth can be categorized in 3 domains. They are everywhere we are in constant contact with prokaryotes. The good outnumber the b
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## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Body Mass Index, Bulimia Nervosa, Binge Eating

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Health psychology -- a field that integrates research on health and on psychology. Involves the application of psychological principles to promote heal
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Fetus, Puberty, Deductive Reasoning

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11 Apr 2017
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Developmental psychology -- the study of changes, over the life span, in physiology, cognition, emotion, and social behavior. Synaptic pruning -- a pro
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Psychological Trauma, Suggestibility, Hindsight Bias

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27 Mar 2017
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Memory -- the nervous system"s capacity to retain and retrieve skills and knowledge. Encoding -- the processing of information so that it can be stored
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Surface Tension, Phloem, Stoma

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Co2 (through stomata) + h2o + energy (from sunlight) glucose + o2. Water potential gradient -- how water moves to leaves. Photosynthesis occurs in leav
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, Atp Synthase, Oxaloacetic Acid

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CONN COLLEGE, CONNPSY 101Judelysse GomezFall

## PSY 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: John Stuart Mill, Wilhelm Wundt, Confirmation Bias

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21 Feb 2017
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The study, through research, of mind, brain, and behavior. Critical thinking -- systematically questions and evaluates information using well-supported
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture 6: Plants and Animals

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Plants -- include green algae and land plants. Humans depend on plants for food, fuel, fibers, and medicine. Plants are primary producer of oxygen, bui
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture 5: Protists

OC11528382 Page
11 Feb 2017
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Protists -- all eukaryotes that are not land plants, fungi, or animals. Extremely diverse and have no traits that are unique to protists (not in any ot
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CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Petri Dish, Microbiological Culture, Archaea

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5 Feb 2017
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Domains -- all life on earth can be categorized in 3 domains. They are everywhere we are in constant contact with prokaryotes. The good outnumber the b
View Document
CONN COLLEGE, CONNBIO 105Kate Mc DonaldFall

## BIO 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convergent Evolution, Synapomorphy

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5 Feb 2017
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Species -- a population of organisms that can reproduce with others within to produce fertile offspring. Tree of life -- evolutionary history and relat
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