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Class Notes for Psychology at Ryerson University


RYERSONPSY 105Kristin VickersFall

Chapter 1: Psychology - The Evolution of Science

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RYERSONPSY 308William VuksonWinter

PSY 308 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Oligopoly, Business Communication, Apa Style

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Course description: application of economic theory and methodology to the practice of business management and decision-making. Students will learn how
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RYERSONPSY 102Kathleen FortuneFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Simple Explanation, Psy, Human Behavior

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Scientific study of the mind, brain and behaviour. Human behaviour is multiply determined (environment, mood, past occurring) People differ from one an
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RYERSONPSY 105William HuggonFall

PSY 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Reinforcement, Headache, Latent Inhibition

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Learning: change in an organism"s behaviour or thought as a result of practice, study or experience, two types of learning, non-associative learning. L
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RYERSONPSY 214Todd GirardFall

PSY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neurotransmission, Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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Collections of nerve cells (may be mix of afferents and efferents) Synapses (appendages that send and receive information, points of communication betw
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RYERSONPSY 102William HuggonWinter

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psy, Emic And Etic, Chocolate Cake

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RYERSONPSY 105William HuggonFall

PSY 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Group Polarization, Milgram Experiment, Elaboration Likelihood Model

The scienti c study of how individuals thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are in uenced by other people. Any situation where someone is affected in any
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RYERSONPSY 102Kathleen FortuneFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Change Blindness, Phi Phenomenon, Thalamus

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: detection of physical energy by sense organs (eyes, ears, nose, skin: bottom-up process by which our sensory organs receive and replay sensory input,
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RYERSONPSY 105William HuggonFall

PSY 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Habituation, Explicit Memory, Implicit Memory

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Memory: the retention of information of information over time. Memory preview: brain is a powerful computer with separate types of memory in different
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RYERSONPSY 105Kristin VickersWinter

PSY 105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Absolute Threshold, Taste Receptor, Olfactory Receptor

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RYERSONPSY 214Todd GirardFall

PSY 214 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psychopharmacology, Recreational Drug Use, Toxicodendron Radicans

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Anything in the environment, something we put into our bodies, and effects biologically and has an effect on our body. Doesn"t necessarily have to affe
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RYERSONPSY 102Kathleen FortuneFall

PSY102 Lecture 2: Sept. 16, 2015

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