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PSY BEH 101D- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 118 pages long!)

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Nature everything that is determined by genetic building blocks: biology is the reason people act the way they do. Nurture: people behave the way they
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PSY BEH 101D- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 143 pages long!)

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[PSY BEH 101D] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 29 pages long Study Guide!

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Vygotsky- culture is education as well, people give you cultural artifacts ( books) i. Education makes us think in certain ways v. vi. Even in the same
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PSY BEH 101D- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 57 pages long!)

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Lecture 2: history of life-span perspective: aristotle (384 322 bc, development is preformed and innate (universal and set by birth) Nurture: experienc
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PSY BEH 101D Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Major Depressive Disorder, Japan, Anxiety

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PSY BEH 101D- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 76 pages long!)

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Part 1: research methods continued: data collection self and other report, observations (from lecture #1, non-experimental vs. Identify factors associa
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[PSY BEH 101D] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (44 pages long!)

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[PSY BEH 101D] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 68 pages long Study Guide!

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[PSY BEH 101D] - Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (17 pages long!)

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PSY BEH 101D Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Major Depressive Disorder, Japan, Anxiety

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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Display Rules, Nonverbal Communication, Social Perception

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Helpful, they also perceive them as: guilt, shame, embarrassment, and pride are the first emotions to appear in human development, tammy is feeling sur
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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Subliminal Stimuli, Operant Conditioning, Cognitive Dissonance

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Responding to a puppies for sale ad, you arrive at the seller"s home and immediately fall in love with the first puppy you see. The component of your a
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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Overjustification Effect, Aan, Caffeine

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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Nonviolent Video Game, Convenience Store, Corporal Punishment

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PSY BEH 104S Chapter 14: Chapter+14+Practice+Questions

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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Voir Dire, Deterrence Theory, Procedural Justice

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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Shelley E. Taylor, Fundamental Attribution Error, Safe Sex

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7 Dec 2018
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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Gordon Allport, Victim Blaming, Stereotype Threat

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7 Dec 2018
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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Social Exchange Theory, Prosocial Behavior, Belleville, Illinois

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7 Dec 2018
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PSY BEH 104S Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cognitive Dissonance, Treatment As Prevention, Impact Bias

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14 Nov 2018
Later she was asked to rerate the two appliances. Just before the sale, he claims to have realized an error in his calculations. The actual cost of the
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 101DJodi Anne QuasFall

PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Social Learning Theory, Classical Conditioning, Observational Learning

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14 Jul 2018
The specific laws of learning apply to conditioning , the processes by which responses become linked to particular stimuli. When a person or animal lea
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: 18 Months, Emotional Expression, Cognitive Development

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A feeling, or affect, comprised of biological, cognitive and behavioral components: biological component (physiological arousal) Nervous system involve
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Disengagement Theory, Physical Intimacy, Activity Theory

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Lecture 13: social relationships in adulthood and old age. Determinant of quality of life and sense of meaning. Loss of close relationships increase ri
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Metacognition, Logical Reasoning, Social Constructivism

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Received his doctorate in natural history and philosophy at the age of 21. Arguably one of the most important figures in the history of developmental p
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Birth Order, Anti-Social Behaviour, Married People

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Dramatic increase; tripled from 1970 to 2005. Common problems: forming intimate relationships with other adults, loneliness, finding niche in marriage
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Tabula Rasa

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Intro to developmental psychology across the life span. Biological, cognitive, and socio-emotional development: before birth to death, interactions amo
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Public Health Genomics, Morning Sickness, Brain Damage

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Margit Carstensen, Major Depressive Disorder, Advantageous

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pacifier, Retina, Hearing Loss

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Lecture 5: motor, sensory, and perceptual development: motor development, sensation and perception. Newborn reflexes: reflexes: built-in reactions to s
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Life Review, Personal Fable, Congenital Disorder

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23 Jan 2014
Whites: males: 76 yrs, females: 81 yrs. African-americans: males: 69. 5 yrs, females: 76. 5 yrs. All races: males: 75 yrs, females: 80 yrs. Early child
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Olfactory Bulb, Sleep Deprivation, Limbic System

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Physical development and biological aging (1) body growth and change: Cephalocaudal pattern: the sequence in which the fastest growth in the human body
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Moro Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Macular Degeneration

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Rooting reflex: a newborn"s built-in reaction that occurs when the infant"s cheek is stocked or the side of the mouth is touched. In response, the infa
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Number Sense, Egocentrism, Social Constructivism

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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Psychosexual Development

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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Allostatic Load, Seat Belt, Stereotype Threat

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Developmen t: health from 18-25 years old stays the same or improves, 3 aspects of body functioning, organ reserve: extra power that each organ can emp
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Fetus, Antibiotics, Syphilis

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Charles darwin natural selection: the evolutionary process by which those individuals of a species that are best adapted to their environment are the o
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Turner Syndrome, Prenatal Development, Intellectual Disability

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Evolutionary psychology: a branch of psychology that emphasizes the importance of adaptation, reproduction, and survival of the fittest in shaping beha
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter 10: CHAPTER 10

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Emotions: feelings, or affect, that occurs when a person is in a state or an interaction that is important to him or her, especially to his or her well
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Reminiscing, Reduced Affect Display, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Section 1: the death system & cultural contexts. Universal components of the death system: people: everyone is involved at one point, places and contex
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PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Maximum Life Span, Macular Degeneration, Tai Chi

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PSY BEH 101D Study Guide - Final Guide: Adaptive Capacity, Old Age, Social Control

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PSY BEH 101D Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Midlife Crisis, Adaptive Behavior, Developmental Psychology

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Congenital Disorder, Prenatal Development, Isotretinoin

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 34: Umbilical Cord, Doula, Psy

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Birth process: stages of birth, first stage: longest stage. Uterine contractions are 15-20 minutes apart at the beginning & last up to a minute each. C
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 35: Low Birth Weight, Umbilical Cord, Apgar Score

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 37: Pubic Hair, Puberty, Nocturnal Emission

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Mean age= 11: female first, for most girls, their breasts enlarge or pubic hair appears. As these changes occur, the female grows in height and her hip
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PSY BEH 101D Lecture Notes - Lecture 38: Menarche, Puberty, Childhood Obesity

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PSY BEH 101D Lecture 29: Psy Beh 101D - Prosocial Behavior

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