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Memory textbook notes.pdf

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21 Mar 2013
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Precognition, Limbic System, Rodney Dangerfield

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26 Jan 2018
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Our sense of smell is our oldest sense. Perception: physical sensing of environment, physiological, relatively objective, learning & experience not req
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Hypnic Jerk, Hypnagogia, Neural Development

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9 Feb 2018
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Muscles relax (sometimes with sudden twitch or jerk [hypnic jerk]) Sensory equipment closes down 1st vision, 2nd hearing, then others. Neurological ele
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Harry Harlow, Abraham Maslow, Clark L. Hull

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6 Mar 2013
26
Pen dropping to table because of force of gravity, infer that there is a force, Motivation can vary quickly, can be stable -> like personality characte
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Memory and Intelligence Lecture Feb. 26.pdf

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27 Feb 2013
35
Process of memory involves getting info in (encoding or deciphering), storage of info (so can be retrieved), get info out when needed if possible. Each
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Personality - Psychodynamic vs. Humanistic Theories textbook notes.pdf

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13 Apr 2013
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sensory Memory

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25 Jan 2018
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Temporary storage of sensory information, capacity is high, duration is less than 1 second for vision or a few seconds for hearing. Background "noise"
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Karen Horney, Carl Jung, Gestalt Psychology

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18 Sep 2012
36
Lecture 01 introduction, history and research methods. Five core courses: behavioural neuroscience, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, cli
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisWinter

Personality - Social Cognitive Theories textbook notes.pdf

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13 Apr 2013
45
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - David Wechsler, English Americans, Lewis Terman

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6 Mar 2013
21
Translates binet"s intelligence test from french to english american . Terman believes in eugenics, superior, inherited stock -> caucasian, used to sho
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Intelligence textbook notes.pdf

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31 Mar 2013
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PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Intellectual Disability, Caucasian Race, Lewis Terman

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16 Jun 2015
29
Background of intelligence: francis galton (1822 1911): was english and was rich, well connected socially. And was dramatically outperformed by other s
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