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PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Differential Psychology, Trait Theory, Silent Treatment

CHAPTER 4: THEORETICAL AND MEASUREMENT ISSUES IN TRAIT PSYCHOLOGY Theoretical Issues Three important assumptions: 1) Meaningful individual differences 2) Stability or consistency over time 3) C...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lexical Hypothesis, Lexical Analysis, Trait Theory

CHAPTER 3: THE DISPOSITIONAL DOMAIN TRAITS AND TAXONOMIES Aspects of personality that are stable over time, relatively consistent over situations, make ppl different from e...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Extraversion And Introversion, Social Environment, Nomothetic

CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCTION TO PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY Aristotle personality characteristics: truthfulness, courage, intelligence, self-indulgence, anger proneness, friendliness Personality features take th...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Likert Scale, Inter-Rater Reliability, Naturalistic Observation

CHAPTER 2: PERSONALITY ASSESSMENT, MEASUREMENT, AND RESEARCH DESIGN Sources of Personality Data Self-report data (S-Data): the information a person reveals o Most common method for measuring person...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Cultra, Noodle, Enculturation

PSYC14: CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY LECTURE 1: INTRODUCTION Culture is the standards and norms of a particular group. Key feature of culture psychology is that humans are universal, yet ...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Publication Bias, Precognition, Cognitive Psychology

PSYC19: Psychology of Self-Control How Reliable Are Psychology Studies? (Ed Yong) A new study shows that the field suffers from a reproducibility problem, but the extent of the issue is still hard to nail do...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Prefrontal Cortex, Cultra, Cultural Universal

LECTURE 1: INTRODUCTION Culture is the standards and norms of a particular group. Key feature of culture psychology is that humans are universal, yet everything is of a variation and variability. ...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: U.S. Route 35, Cultural Psychology, Individualism

PSYC14: CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCHOLOGY Chapter 5: Development and Socialization Culture shapes many of the norms that govern our behaviour. In Venezuela, typical conversation distance = 32 ...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 400D2 Lecture 1: Chapters 1-4 (Autosaved)

Chapter 1: Introduction to child development Child development: scientific study of systematic processes of change and stability in human children. Why study development? • Raising children: provide solutions for ...

Psychiatry
PSYT 400D2
anna
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vin Mariani, Erythroxylum Coca, Crack Cocaine

Stimulants: - tremendous worldwide need for stimulants, every culture/continent Cocaine: Historical issues - various stimulants are used worldwide: coffee, betel, khat, absinthe are all well- known c...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Levamisole, Benzoylecgonine, Piperazine

Lecture 13: Stimulants continued - new psychoactive substances (NPS): designer drugs, herbal highs, synthetic drugs - most new substances that are being detected are synthetic cathinones, ...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cocaine Dependence, Stimulant, Vin Mariani

Chapter 7: Cocaine, the Amphetamines, and Other Psychostimulants - the psychostimulants are drugs that exert their behavioural effects by augmenting the action of the monoamine (biogenic amine) neurotransmi...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dopamine Receptor D3, Nucleus Accumbens, Muscle Relaxant

Lecture 10: Neurobiology of nicotine; pharmacological effects of nicotine - Dopaminergic drugs are often abused more frequently than ones that might be seratogenic - LeFoll et al. 2003 - Dopamine and...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Peripheral Artery Disease, Decode Genetics, Nicotine

Lecture 11: Nicotine Wrap-up Why do people start smoking and why is it difficult to quit? Genetic factors: - current candidate genes under investigation: polymorphisms of DAT, 5HT, dopamine, as well as CYP...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill
PSYT 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Granulocyte Colony-Stimulating Factor, Intrauterine Growth Restriction, Coffee Bean

Caffeine: ● most widely consumed psychoactive drug in the world ● belongs to a family of substances called xanthines which also include theophylline and theobromine ○ these substances stimula...

Psychiatry
PSYT 301
Kathryn Gill

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