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GWUPSYC 1001Ramezan P.DowlatiFall

PSYC 1001- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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[PSYC 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (91 pages long)

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GWUPSYC 1001Maximillian L.ShearFall

PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Autonomic Nervous System, Neuron Doctrine, Peripheral Nervous System

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What 99% of the population thinks anyone getting a phd in psych does. Ergonomics (how well you"re able to interact with something, being efficient in i
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

[PSYC 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 56 pages long Study Guide!

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Our definition of psychology: the scientific study of behavior and mental processes in context* Scientific study: logic; objective vs subjective; thesi
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

[PSYC 1001] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 42 pages long Study Guide!

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Science-- psychologists use scientific principles, carefully defined methods and precise procedures to present an organized body of knowledge, inferenc
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Central Nervous System, Detection Theory, Autonomic Nervous System

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GWUPSYC 1001Calabrese Fall

PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Psychology, Neuron, Memory

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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hindbrain, Auditory Cortex, Hypothalamus

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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Dorothea Dix, Geel, Deinstitutionalisation

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PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Oral Stage, Preconscious, Reality Principle

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GWUBISC 1125DoebelFall

BISC 1125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Telophase, Metaphase, Mitosis

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ECON 1011 Final: GWU - ECON 1011 Final Exam 2017 Summer Solutions

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GWUBISC 1125DoebelFall

BISC 1125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Bodybuilding Supplement, Spectrophotometry, Reagent

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I added all the volumes of bsa stock solution, distilled water and bradford reagent to record how much of each solution was added to create the standar
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GWUBISC 1125DoebelFall

BISC 1125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Absorbance

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BISC 1125 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Glucose Oxidase, Horseradish, Reaction Rate

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Hypothesis: if the temperature is increased then the reaction rate of glucose oxidase will be. In a low temperature the reaction will be slow because t
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GWUECON 1011AllFall

ECON 1011 Midterm: ECON 1011 Final Exam 2012 Fall Solutions

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Do not open until asked to do so. Important please read: to receive partial credit, show your work when solving problems. You will lose points for miss
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GWUISTM 4121AllFall

ISTM 4121 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Blackboard

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Search meetup. com for data-related events in the washington dc area. Attend three events over the course of the semester. At least two events must be
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GWUECON 1011AllFall

ECON 1011 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: George Washington University, Midpoint Method, Demand Curve

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The george washington university department of economics econ 1011: principles of microeconomics prof. irene r. foster quiz iii 45 points show your wor
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ECON 1011 Quiz: ECON 1011 Quiz 3 2011 Fall

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ECON 1011 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: George Washington University, Pareto Efficiency, Invisible Hand

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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Long-Term Memory, Mammillary Body, Procedural Knowledge

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Mnemonics: strategies and tricks for improving memory, such as the use of a verse or formula, way to reduce information by chunking it. In short-term,
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GWUPSYC 1001Ramezan P.DowlatiFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Major Force

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GWUPSYC 1001Deborah BoucoyannisFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Comparative Politics, Totalitarianism, Area Studies

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I. comparative politics of political outcomes through the comparison of different cases. B. comparativists- comparative politics scholars on the foreig
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GWUPSYC 1001Fettig NicoleFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Subliminal Stimuli, Occipital Lobe, Taste Receptor

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GWUPSYC 1001Ramezan P.DowlatiFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Classical Conditioning, Reinforcement, Operant Conditioning

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Process of acquiring through experience new info or behaviors. Through associations: certain events occur together (classical conditioning); stimuli th
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GWUPSYC 1001Maximillian L.ShearFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Paul Broca, Neuron Doctrine, Luigi Galvani

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Collection of specialized autonomous, yet interconnected, cells and supporting cells that carry information to and from the brain and all parts of the
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Corpus Callosum, Temporal Lobe, Cerebral Hemisphere

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Wednesday january 27, 2016; class five (cid:862)the brain: ource of mind and elf(cid:863) At any given time, 20% of your blood supply is flowing throug
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GWUPSYC 1001Fettig NicoleFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ice Cream Van, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Operant Conditioning Chamber

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Psych chapter 5: learning: what is learning. Learning: any relatively permanent change in behavior brought about by experience or practice. When people
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cell Membrane, Visual Cortex, Computer Data Storage

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Introversion/extroversion: alfred adler (1870-1937, striving for superiority, melanie klein (1882-1960, play therapy, behaviorism, john watson (1878-19
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Von Restorff Effect, Long-Term Memory, Prefrontal Cortex

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Memory begins to decay because neurons in your brain begin to decay. Memories are stored in your long term memory by association. Organization of ltm:
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Detection Theory, Ganglion Cell, Sensory Deprivation

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Doctrine of specific nerve energies- different sensations stimulate different pathways into the brain. Synesthesia- when one kind of sense provokes oth
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Classical Conditioning, Little Albert Experiment, Operant Conditioning

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Pavlov and the studying of dogs and their salvation: after a dog had been brought to the laboratory a few times, it would salivate before the food plac
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GWUPSYC 1001AllSpring

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Collectivism, Individualism, Totalitarianism

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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Pseudoscience, Wilhelm Wundt, Sigmund Freud

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Pseudoscience- has no empirical evidence compared to that of psychology. Psychology is based on empirical data while pseudoscience is based on quick an
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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Detection Theory, Sensory Neuron, Auditory Cortex

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Perception- a set of mental operations that organizes sensory impulses into meaningful patterns. The body has more than just 5 senses. Sensory receptor
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter 2: Psych ch2

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Lots of tests are done on multiple samples in order to get a precise and accurate numbers and results. In order to do this, psychologist don"t accept a
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Central Nervous System, Cerebrospinal Fluid, Autonomic Nervous System

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The different systems: central nervous system (cns)- receives and processes sensory information. Sound, taste, etc: connects to the spinal cord and con
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GWUPSYC 1001Forssell StephenFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Thought Suppression, Circadian Rhythm, Subliminal Stimuli

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GWUPSYC 1001Dennis E.SchellSpring

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: School Violence, Psychophysics, Psychoanalysis

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The nature of psychology (chapter i) reading notes: Psychologists find school violence to be of interest, specifically the: As a result of violent mass
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GWUPSYC 1001Schell DennisFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Radical Behaviorism, Classical Conditioning, Reinforcement

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