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Class Notes for PSYCO105 at University of Alberta (U OF A)

U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture 2: Research Methods

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Psyco 105: individual and social behaviour (january 9th, 2019): lecture 2. Things that outside observers can see and agree on. Science of psychology ob
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U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Microsoft Powerpoint, Multiple Choice

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U OF APSYCO105Davina RousellFall

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dependent And Independent Variables, Test Anxiety, Job Performance

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Factor analysis: a statistical technique that explains a larger number of correlations in terms of a small number of underlying factors. If intelligenc
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U OF APSYCO105Geoff HollisFall

PSYCO 105 Lecture 1: Intelligence

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U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Panic Attack, Limbic System

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Psych 105: individual and social behaviour (04th march 2019)- lecture 22. Precipitating causes: often talked about under the umbrella of stress and emo
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U OF APSYCO105Eric LeggeFall

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Dogma, Scientific Method, Falsifiability

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Psychology the science that studies behavior and the processes (both cognitively and physiologically) behind it. Types of psychology include: developme
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U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: American Psychiatric Association, Anorexia Nervosa, Bipolar Disorder

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Psych 105: individual and social behaviour (01st march 2019)- lecture 21. Treating psychological disorders as a physical disorder, so individuals are d
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U OF APSYCO105Jennifer PasseyFall

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fuzzy Concept, Binge Eating, Internet Addiction Disorder

Psychological disorder: fuzzy concept: some things we think may clearly fall in it and some things that do not. C) wheebr someone has a diagnosis, some
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U OF APSYCO105Davina RousellFall

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Mary Ainsworth, Cognitive Development, Deeper Understanding

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The exam viewing is on friday, october 14th from 1-2pm. Schemas: theories about or models of the way the world works. Assimilation: the process by whic
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U OF APSYCO105Geoff HollisWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Universal Windows Platform Apps, Phineas Gage, Scatter Plot

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Observational research: if you want to understand a phenomenon, you typically need to start by making observations about it. Naturalistic observation:
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U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Dementia, Block Design, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence

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Psych 105: individual and social behaviour- lecture 11. Conducted can experiment on japanese and north americans. When showed a picture of fish swimmin
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U OF APSYCO105Jamin BlatterWinter

PSYCO105 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Confirmation Bias, Deductive Reasoning, Inductive Reasoning

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Psych 105: individual and social behaviour (28th january 2019)- lecture 10. Availability bias relaying too strongly information that is easily accessib
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