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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cognitive Dissonance

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A lot of big companies know and us the theories around changing attitude to get you to buy their products. Attitudes: positive or negative feelings tow
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture 14: PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes March 1st + 3rd

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This is a very important topic considering humans are primarily social beings. How people behave in groups is often counterintuitive. The stud(cid:455)
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Stanford Prison Experiment, Cognitive Dissonance, Deindividuation

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Anxiety can cause people to change their behavior to reduce inconsistencies. There was a study in which participants were given an objectively boring t
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Dysthymia, Trichotillomania, Dissociative Disorder

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Hoarding disorder: one of the new disorders in the dsm. A compulsion to gather stuff and the thought of getting rid of it causes anxiety. Trichotilloma
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Weiguo ZhangFall

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Photosynthesis, Photorespiration, Rubisco

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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Social Anxiety Disorder, Substance Abuse, Agoraphobia

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They were created to help us predict a number of things. Deviance: a behaviour considered abnormal that is statistically rare in a certain culture. (ex
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Hypervigilance, Cortisol

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A person might need to adjust the type of coping style based on conflicts that occur in their lives. Approach-approach: there are two possible motivati
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture 11: Lecture Notes Feb. 6th

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Developed the main stage theory of cognitive development. O(cid:271)je(cid:272)t pe(cid:396)(cid:373)a(cid:374)e(cid:374)(cid:272)e: k(cid:374)o(cid:44
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture 8: Lecture Notes, Jan. 27th

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Emotions developed because of their adaptive value (promotes survival) Emotions are innate (the primary ones) and the associated facial expressions are
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ron Swanson, Sheldon Cooper, Family Guy

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A lot of theories are based on verbal reports. Personality traits are predispositions to behave a certain way in a variety of situations. Personality:
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Champod Anne- SophieWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neural Tube, Blastocyst, Fetus

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The study of how different processes will change over time. How they change from the moment of conception to death. Main research designs: type of desi
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ACADIAPSYC 1023Chris MotzWinter

PSYC 1023 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement, Motivation

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Classical conditioning is for behavior for automatic and reflexive. How do rewards or punishments affect the likelihood of the behavior happening again
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