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MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Interest, Compound Interest, Exponential Growth

find more resources at oneclass.com Unit 2.1: Simple and Compound Interest Simple Interest o Interest paid on the original principle only o The future value of the accou...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hamiltonian Path, Eulerian Path, Complete Graph

find more resources at oneclass.com Section 1.9: The Traveling Salesperson Problem Hamiltonian Circuit o A path that visits each vertex in a graph exactly once o If a Hamilt...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Glossary Of Graph Theory Terms

find more resources at oneclass.com 1.8: Network Problems Weighted Graphs o A grach in which each edge has a number associates with it is called a weighted graph o ...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Eulerian Path

1.7: Routing Problems Graphs o A graph is a collection of one or more points, called vertices, and the paths connecting them, called edges o Vertices are drawn as dots and edges are drawn as line segments or arcs o Each ed...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mos Technology 6502

find more resources at oneclass.com Section 1.5 : Divisor Methods for the Apportionment Problem Process: o Get standard divisor o Get standard quotas o Add it all up ...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
MGF-1107 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Borda Count, Ken Griffey Jr., Condorcet Method

Unit 1.1: Voting Systems *Know what method you should use before voting* st Plurality: most votes (only uses 1 place votes) Majority: more than (must calculate) o Example 1.1.1 A) B) Freudenthal: .449744.97, Bebout: .47914...

Mathematics
MGF-1107
Pennington LeNoir
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Olfactory Nerve, Optic Nerve, Absolute Threshold

find more resources at oneclass.com Sensation and Perception 4.1 Learning Objectives o Distinguish between sensation and perception o Explain how sensory informati...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Receptive Aphasia, Expressive Aphasia, Frontal Lobe

find more resources at oneclass.com Mental Sets: strategies that have worked in the past o Functional fixedness: fixed idea about typical functions of objects Can be problematic (sometime...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: United States Public Health Service, Institutional Review Board, Descriptive Statistics

find more resources at oneclass.com Descriptive Statistics: o First, examine raw date- data that are as close as possible to the form in which they were collected o Next, summarize basi...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: David H. Hubel, Scientific Method, Internal Validity

*If it isnt a learning objective, it wont be a test question* Chapter 2: Research Methodology Primary Goals of Science o Description: describe what a phenomenon is o Predict: when will this phenomenon occur o Control: cont...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Psychology Today, Neurochemistry, Psychological Science

1.3 Recent Developments in Psychological Science o Brain Chemistry o Neuroscience o Human Genome: no one gene responsible for behavior (polygenetic) Psychological Levels of Analysis o Biological: brain systems, neurochemis...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Edward B. Titchener, Sigmund Freud, Cognitive Revolution

1.2 Learning Objectives: Psychology: A Brief History o Nature vs. Nurture Debate Are our behaviors attributable mostly to our genes or our rearing environments? BOTH. o William Wundt (1832-1920) Launched psychology as a la...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
PSY-2012 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cognitive Training, Psychological Science, Confirmation Bias

1.1 Learning Objectives Objectives: 1. Define psychological science 2. Define critical thinking and understand biases that may result in flawed reasoning What is psychological science? The scientific study of the mind, bra...

Psychology
PSY-2012
Amanda Kowalsky
EXP 3422C Study Guide - Final Guide: Classical Conditioning, Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning

EXP Lab Cumulative Quiz Study Guide Learning a change in an organisms behavior or thinking that is a result of experience Five Types of Learning o Classical conditioning (Pavlov) a neutral stimulus acquires the eliciting p...

Psychology
EXP 3422C
Elizabeth Hammock
CLP-3305 Lecture 1: Exam 1 Lecture Notes

find more resources at oneclass.com Clinical Psych Chapter 1 Lecture 1 Field of clinical psychology uses science and practice to understand, prevent, and treat mental health problems. It focuses on all a...

Psychology
CLP-3305
Natalie Wilver

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