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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

[01:920:240] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 85 pages long Study Guide!

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Prokaryotes: first organisms on earth, ~ 3. 5 bya evolved, origin of life (lecture 25. 1 + 25. 3) c. i. Heterotrophs 1st types of prokaryotes that evol
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[01:920:240] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (117 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
Nor(cid:373)ality a(cid:374)d the life course: deborah carr, guest lecturer, april 5, 2016. Statistical perspectives: average age of transition, propor
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01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Asperger Syndrome, Seahorse, Stoicism

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29 Apr 2016
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Norm (Social), Gattaca, Medicalization

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9 Aug 2016
People are natural pansexual: limits to sex are cultural, not biological 3. Sexual repression bad and must be reduced: all sex is positive and fulfilli
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Peyote, Methylphenidate, Prefrontal Cortex

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9 Aug 2016
Is pre-marital sex acceptable? (more social level-cultural norms- religion); an area in which norms regarding pre-marital sex are constantly changing.
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pew Research Center, Eviatar Zerubavel, Asteroid Family

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27 Sep 2016
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01:920:240 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gene-Centered View Of Evolution, Upper Class, Overdiagnosis

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11 Mar 2016
Evolutionary mismatch compulsion to overeat, which is mismatched with the relative. Anxiety disorder the trend for anxiety disorders is that they"ve go
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Vendor-Managed Inventory, Strategic Sourcing, E-Procurement

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11 May 2020
The concept of distributive negotiations refer to both sides working together to create win-win result or positive outcome for both parties. Rationaliz
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: E-Procurement, Purchase Order, Outsourcing

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11 May 2020
The profit- leverage effect states that a decrease in purchasing expenditures will directly decrease profit. The purchasing function is one of the most
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Intermodal Freight Transport, Cross-Docking

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11 May 2020
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33:799:301 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Foreign-Trade Zones Of The United States, Business Cluster, World Trade Organization

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11 May 2020
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01:694:301 Lecture 14: Problem Set #11_Nucleic Acids_2020

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23 Apr 2020
10-11 (recitation for wednesday 22 april will only address questions and problems for material already covered by monday 20 april; questions and proble
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Green Paper, White Paper, Cytokinesis

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23 Apr 2020
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01:447:384 Lecture 17: Fly cross experimentOER14VI18 (1)

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23 Apr 2020
Eden chin: melanogaster mating experiment: determining inheritance of traits (female ) Phenotype of the p generation listed on the vial says __________
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mutual Exclusivity, Gregor Mendel, Crop Yield

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23 Apr 2020
2 heads heads + tails event total possibilities. Transmission genetics, the inheritance patterns for the resulting offspring of a cross can be predicte
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01:447:384 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Count Data

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23 Apr 2020
Corn plants have been crossed (mated) and you will be observing the phenotypes and counting the numbers of offspring produced. This ear of corn holds t
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Adderall, Sildenafil, Eyelid

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29 Mar 2015
Reproduction required to keep population alive: only humans have many sexual repressions (afraid to talk about fear of being abnormal, more taboos for
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Evolutionarily Stable Strategy, Seahorse, Sexual Selection

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12 Apr 2016
Evolutionary view: mating = the most important evolutionary process, sexual selection has two parts: One sex makes themselves attractive to the other f
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Incest Taboo, Incest, Individualism

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18 Mar 2016
Is incest taboo cultural or biological: both biological: aversion is innate, cultural: learned aversion. Why are humans not sexually attracted to their
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lookism

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18 Mar 2016
Importance of physical appearance: is it true that beauty is only skin-deep , social scientists emphasize race, social class, gender for studying socia
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pansexuality, Kinsey Scale, Heterosexuality

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12 Apr 2016
Cultural view of normal sex: normal = pansexual, sex is learned, sex is chosen, new but currently dominant view, social changes mean sex for procreatio
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Zeitgeist, Sedentary Lifestyle, Orthodox Judaism

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18 Mar 2016
Historical contamination (adolf, donald, percy: note: it"s hard to be abnormal with names. Sometimes having such a normal name can be abnormal (ex. In
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Darwinism, Eugenics, Paul Ekman

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17 Mar 2016
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture 3: Feb. 9 Normality & Abnormality

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27 Aug 2016
Purely cultural carry powerful social meanings. Basic part of self and names are free/no commercial forces: pure fashion without economic influence. Be
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deaf Culture, Heterosexuality, Lake Wobegon

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17 Mar 2016
Pink don"t let me get me power of the conceptions of normality. Associated with adolf quetelet: wrote doctrine of the average man - statistical average
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Incest, Natural Selection, Westermarck Effect

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27 Aug 2016
Cultural view: incest is natural, need culture to suppress desires, incest is common. Biological view: incest is unnatural, people naturally abhor ince
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Adderall, Sildenafil, Eyelid

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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Peyote, Methylphenidate, Prefrontal Cortex

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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Evolutionarily Stable Strategy, Seahorse, Sexual Selection

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Evolutionary view: mating = the most important evolutionary process, sexual selection has two parts: One sex makes themselves attractive to the other f
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Incest Taboo, Incest, Individualism

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RUTGERS01:920:240Spring

01:920:240 Study Guide - Final Guide: Asperger Syndrome, Seahorse, Stoicism

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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Lookism

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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Pansexuality, Kinsey Scale, Heterosexuality

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12 Apr 2016
Cultural view of normal sex: normal = pansexual, sex is learned, sex is chosen, new but currently dominant view, social changes mean sex for procreatio
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Zeitgeist, Sedentary Lifestyle, Orthodox Judaism

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Historical contamination (adolf, donald, percy: note: it"s hard to be abnormal with names. Sometimes having such a normal name can be abnormal (ex. In
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

[01:920:240] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (117 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2017
Nor(cid:373)ality a(cid:374)d the life course: deborah carr, guest lecturer, april 5, 2016. Statistical perspectives: average age of transition, propor
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Darwinism, Eugenics, Paul Ekman

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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

[01:920:240] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (117 pages long!)

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Nor(cid:373)ality a(cid:374)d the life course: deborah carr, guest lecturer, april 5, 2016. Statistical perspectives: average age of transition, propor
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: David Buss, Naomi Wolf, The Beauty Myth

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16 Feb 2017
4) how people strive to achieve beauty norms. Aristotle on definition of beauty: no one who isn"t blind could ask that question. Aristotle: beauty is a
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Paul Ekman, Harry Harlow, Limiting Factor

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16 Feb 2017
1) humans are part of nature an so act in accordance with natural laws. 2) what unites humans shared biology inherited from other species. Major change
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Keypad, Chage And Aska, Margaret Mead

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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Paul Ekman, Inside Out Music

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A state of mind associated with particular kinds of feelings and physiological states. Disputed: some say lots, some say few. Darwin pioneered the stud
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RUTGERS01:920:240Allan HorwitzSpring

01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Palpitations, Analyze This, As Good As It Gets

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16 Feb 2017
Depression is 5 symptoms for two weeks. (cid:862)u(cid:374)(cid:272)o(cid:373)pli(cid:272)ated(cid:863) = 5 s(cid:455)(cid:373)pto(cid:373)s/(cid:1006)
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: John Money, Virginity, Bigender

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16 Feb 2017
Dominant for most of history but not now. Instincts remain despite vast changes in norms and technology. Social changes mean sex for procreation is out
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Intermittent Explosive Disorder

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16 Feb 2017
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Dysphoria, Pronoun, Christine Jorgensen

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16 Feb 2017
History of responses to homosexuality in us. Homosexuality in 1950s far from heaven. Before 1973 homosexuality was defined as mental illness (as well a
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01:920:240 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Fairy, Etree, Speedstep

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Normal anxiety when danger or future threat. Anxiety disorders when have symptoms of anxiety for no good reason. Genes developed to adapt to ancient, n
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