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ADMN 2010H Lecture 4: The Marshall Plan Case Study

The Marshall Plan Marshall Gordon was recognized by associates and competitors as a man on a mission. One of four members of the design team for a large chair manufacturing corporation, Marshalls obsession with the creatio...

Business Administration
ADMN 2010H
Caitlin Mclaughlin
GEOG 2460H Lecture 7: Lecture 7 Oceans
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find more resources at oneclass.com Lecture 7 Oceans Basics 71% of the area o 81% SH and 61% NH Depends on the salinity Thermocline with depth ...

Geography
GEOG 2460H
Hida Manns
GEOG 2530H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Coastal Erosion, Organic Matter, Greenhouse Gas
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Lecture 5: Dams and Diversions Dams and diversions Not everywhere of whenever we need it Sometimes we have enough water supply for a community but not available all year o Increase public water supply last longer Controls ...

Geography
GEOG 2530H
Catherine Eimers
PSYC 3300H Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Anxiety Disorder, Classical Conditioning

PSYC 3300 - FEBRUARY 12 2019 Obsessive compulsive and related Disorders - Two components - Obsessions - Persistent intrusive thoughts, images, and feelings - Compulsion - Repetitive behaviors or rituals in an attempt to re...

Psychology
PSYC 3300H
Laura Summerfelt
PSYC 2600H Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Deflation, Classical Conditioning, Systematic Desensitization

PSYC 2600 - Febuary 6th 2019 Higher order conditioning - Basic conditioning - Reaction to an event such as a dog salivating at the sight of food - Higher order conditioning - Several steps between something occurring ( lig...

Psychology
PSYC 2600H
Michael Jorgensen
PSYC 2600H Lecture 4: Classical Conditioning

PSYC 2600 January 30 2019 Taste aversion - Aversion developed by Animals to tastes that have been followed by illness - One trial learning - Long interval - Violates temporal continuity - John Garcia - Gustatory related cu...

Psychology
PSYC 2600H
Michael Jorgensen
PSYC 2600H Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Feral Child, Empiricism, Crystallization

PSYC 2600 Jan 9th 2019 Learning - Change in behaviour that occurs as a result of experience - Relatively permanent Behaviour - Patterns in time - Activity of organism - Overt = directly observed - Covert = indirectly obser...

Psychology
PSYC 2600H
Michael Jorgensen
PHIL 2270H Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Functionalism (The Causal Theory of the Mind)
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PSYC 2270 Oct 16th Functionalism The Causal Theory of Mind - Like Ryle and unlike Place, Smart and Putnam, Armstrong thinks the job of the philosopher of mind is to give an analysis of concepts o Ryle was wrong in taking t...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture 10: Lecture 10 - Facing Up the Hard Problem of Consciousness
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PSYC 2270 Oct 31st FacinguptotheHardProblemofConsciousness Chalmers Goals: I. To isolate the hard problem of consciousness II. To explain why the hard problem is so hard III. To show why reductive accounts fail to resolve ...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Explanatory Gap, Neuroanatomy, Retina
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Psych 2270 Oct 30th BatConsciousness In response to Nagel theres a tension in Nagels article between two conflicting sets of intuitions - Common sense tells us that consciousness is mysterious. How could a lump of biologic...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture 6: Lecture 6 - Eliminativism
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PSYC 2270 Oct 10th Eliminativism The view that conscious or mental states dont exist - Physicalists Behaviorists (mental ascriptions are translatable into behavioral ascriptions) - Identity Theorists (mental states are bra...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture 8: Lecture 8 - The Extended Mind
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PSYC 2270 Oct 17th TheExtendedMind(Andy Clark) Weve been thinking about the relationship of the mind to the body, but we can also think about the minds relationship to the things beyond the body (in our environment) - Is t...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture 7: Lecture 7 - Functionalism (The Nature of Mental States)
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PHIL 2270 Oct 16th Functionalism The Nature of Mental States Are pains (and other conscious states) brain states? Similar to Places idea of the Identity Theory - It isnt supposed to be true by definition, or conceptually t...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Qualia, Knowledge Argument, Color Vision
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PSYC 2270 6 Nov EpiphenomenalQualia - Qualia: the ways things seem to us; the raw feels; phenomenal, subjective or experiential properties o The way something, like a lemon looks, tastes, or smells - The physical informati...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant
PHIL 2270H Lecture 12: Lecture 12 - Dan Dennett and Qualia
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PSYC 2270 Nov 14 th DanDennettonQualia Thesis - Qualia dont exist o Qualia are supposed to be special properties, in some hard-to-define way. My claim is that conscious experience has no properties that are special in any ...

Philosophy
PHIL 2270H
Amanda Bryant

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