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HS1401 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Health Human Resources, Workforce Planning, Population Health
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Week 1 - Aus health care system Describe the changing health care environment in Australia Health care in Aus evolving As health care professionals, we are exposed to changes in the way we diagnose, treat and manage condit...

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HS1401
Nathan
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Subculture, Childlessness, Synaptic Pruning
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Week 9 Adult features Uncertain markers No defined adult characteristics Emerging adulthood Late teens to mid 20s Exploratory, no longer adolescents but have not yet settled into adult roles ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Hypertrophy, Agreeableness, Sandwich Generation
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Week 11 Age-related physical changes Middle age Currently 40-65yo Depends on life expectancy - individual and cohort High degrees of individual variation, most people typically demonstrate enough ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Lev Vygotsky, Classical Conditioning, Filial Piety
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Week 1 Why study development Lifespan development study purpose Provides realistic expectations about children, adolescents and adults o Typical development Helps recognise atypical development ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Depth Perception, Object Permanence, Subjective Constancy
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Week 3lecture2 Cognitive development 0-2 yrs What is cognition Thinking and other mental activities All processes which humans acquire knowledge Methods for thinking or gaining knowledge about the world ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Sexual Orientation, Prospect Theory, Imaginary Audience
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Week 8 Adolescent cognitive development Piaget Move from concrete to formal operational thought Formal operational stage Describes a more abstract way of thinking that typifies adolescence and...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Second Language, Metalinguistic Awareness, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
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Week 7Lecture1 Physical and cognitive development in middle childhood Physical growth & health in school years Physical development Growth slower than in earlier stages Bodies larger and stronger ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Moro Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Hypersensitivity
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Week 3lecture1 Infant at birth Appearance Red skin Vernix - white waxy substance on skin Lanugo - fine downy hair Head may be elongated from pressure at birth Apgar scale Scale used to identif...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Object Permanence, Joint Attention, Parenting
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Week 4 Review of language development Between 18-24 months children learn 5/6 new words a day By age 6, have vocab of 10000 words Most children have REFERENTIAL STYLE - referring to objects/objective eve...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Weight Gain, Zygosity, Umbilical Cord
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Week 2 Genetic inheritance and the transmission of genetic differences Mechanisms of genetic transmission Gametes - sperm and ova form a zygote Genes Chromosomes o 23 chromosomes in gametes ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Language Acquisition, Pragmatics, Outer Ear
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Week 5 Physical growth Growth slows compared to infancy Growth is cephalocaudal: proportions change Limbs lengthen Proportion of body fat decreases Brain develops ...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Reinforcement, Spodek, Masculin Féminin
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Week 6 The developing self Sense of self Structured way individuals think about themselves, helps to organise and understand who they are based on the views of others, own experiences...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
HS1003 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Developmental Psychology, Nuclear Family, Egocentrism
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Week 7Lecture2 Psychosocial development in middle childhood Major psychosocial challenges of middle childhood Psychosocial changes Knowing self Achieving Family relationships Peers Sch...

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HS1003
Elizabeth
BM1042 Lecture 1: Week 1
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Week 1 Identify and describe the bones, joints and muscles of the thoracic cage and thoracic wall Thorax Thoracic cage = skeletal o Parts Sternum Manubrium (thickest and widest with jugular notch), body (sternum proper) Xi...

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BM1042
Alex
BM1042 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Seminiferous Tubule, Labia Minora, Ejaculatory Duct
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Week 10 Describe the skeletal and ligamentous components of the pelvis, the anatomy of the pelvic inlet and outlet and gender differences. Pelvic cavity Continuous with abdominal cavity ...

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BM1042
Alex

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