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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peripheral Nervous System, Chlorine, Enzyme

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18 Sep 2018
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Neurons: the basics, basic unit of communication in the nervous system. Sensory neurons: receiving and collecting info from the environment and send to
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bone Density, Confounding, Psychological Science

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14 Sep 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture 1: Chapter 1: Thinking Critically with Psychological Science

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11 Sep 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ganglion Cell, Hearing Aid, Detection Theory

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15 Sep 2018
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Central peripheral nervous systems and the endocrine system. Psychology: the scientific study of how we think/feel/behave. Limits of intuition: intuiti
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barbiturate, Ostracism, Gout

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15 Sep 2018
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Consciousness is our ability to be aware of ourselves and our environment. We don"t know how the brain produces consciousness. Dual processing: the hum
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retrograde Amnesia, Semantic Memory, Flashbulb Memory

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15 Sep 2018
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Emotions: emotions are complex psychological processes, made up of 3 components: Behavioural activation: running away when frightened: emotions can be
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Positive Psychology, Relative Deprivation, Thalamus

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19 Apr 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Sexual Orientation

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19 Apr 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Mnemonic, Implicit Memory, Explicit Memory

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19 Apr 2018
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There are 3 processes involved with memory; complex mental processes that involve information processing. Retrieval: being able to get information out
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Elizabeth Loftus, Source Amnesia, Decay Theory

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19 Apr 2018
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Infantile amnesia: inability to remember events from first 3 and a half or 4 years of life: brain becomes too mature to hold onto these memories. Much
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia, Propranolol

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19 Apr 2018
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Linked with eyes, ears, etc. (the 5 senses) Senses hold onto memory for a short period of time; information is then moved to another location for stora
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Reinforcement, Latent Learning, Behaviorism

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19 Mar 2018
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Pavlov believed you don"t need to pay attention to cognitive processes for classical conditioning: don"t need to know what the dog anticipates/feels. R
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Frontal Lobe, Autonomic Nervous System, Behavioral Activation

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19 Mar 2018
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Emotions can be adaptive; are essential for survival. Without the ability to feel emotions, we make bad decisions; they are essential for rational deci
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Classical Conditioning

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19 Mar 2018
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There is a genetic component associated with addiction. Some drugs are more addictive than others (e. g. crack cocaine) Method of administration e. g.
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Asexuality, Ostracism, Prejudice

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19 Mar 2018
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Psy1101-lecture 17- sexuality, the need to belong and achievement motivation. Include, but are not limited to, homosexuality, heterosexuality, bisexual
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Circular Reasoning, Mirror Neuron, Self-Actualization

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19 Mar 2018
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Cognitive map: mental representation of a space: we can form these on purpose or from memory or via latent learning. Intrinsic learning: doing somethin
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Orgasm, Leptin, Premature Ejaculation

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19 Mar 2018
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It is still possible to feel hungry and eat with a full stomach. We can continue to feel hunger without a stomach. More to hunger than just the stomach
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vomiting, Caffeine, Reuptake

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19 Mar 2018
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Drugs that reduce/slow down/inhibit activity of the nervous system (including respiratory) Higher risk for this condition if mother consumes alcohol wh
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY1101 Lecture 3: Experimental Research and Statistical Reasoning

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12 Feb 2018
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Types of research studies (cont"d from jan 11) Experimental research: we are allowed to infer causality through these two methods: Controlling all vari
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Hindsight Bias

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12 Feb 2018
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Psy1101-lecture 1-introduction to thinking critically with psychological sciences. Psychology: the scientific study of how we think/feel/behave. Limits
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semicircular Canals, Taste, Psychokinesis

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12 Feb 2018
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Molecules from food we consume dissolve in saliva & come into contact with gustatory cells. Gustatory cells: found in taste buds; detect, transduce, an
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Positron Emission Tomography, Neuroimaging, Thalamus

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12 Feb 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Eardrum, Basilar Membrane, Oval Window

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12 Feb 2018
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Physical characteristic which can be transmitted into pitch (high or low) Physical characteristic which translates into timbre (uniqueness of a sound)
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Operational Definition

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12 Feb 2018
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Theory (organize, summarize, integration) attempt at explaining observation not fact. Hypothesis testing testing theory tentative statement about a rel
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thalamus, Retina, Interposition

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12 Feb 2018
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Opponent-process theory (cont"d: according to herring, we have 3 antagonistic colour systems. Black white ex) the red/green system is maximally respons
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Detection Theory, Absolute Threshold, Sensory Neuron

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12 Feb 2018
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Physical energy must be transduced (translated into an electrochemical message that the brain can understand) Sensory receptors; highly specialized str
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Myelin, Reuptake, Enzyme

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12 Feb 2018
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Psy1101-lecture 4-chapter 2: the biology of the mind. Receives info from environment (internal or external) and will analyze, organize, and interpret t
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peripheral Nervous System, Endocrine System, Neurogenesis

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12 Feb 2018
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Psy1101-lecture 6-central/peripheral nervous systems and the endocrine system. The brain can recognize itself after injury/ trauma/ disease. If area of
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Reinforcement, Latent Learning, Behaviorism

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19 Mar 2018
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Pavlov believed you don"t need to pay attention to cognitive processes for classical conditioning: don"t need to know what the dog anticipates/feels. R
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peripheral Nervous System, Chlorine, Enzyme

OC24881165 Page
18 Sep 2018
0
Neurons: the basics, basic unit of communication in the nervous system. Sensory neurons: receiving and collecting info from the environment and send to
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vomiting, Caffeine, Reuptake

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19 Mar 2018
0
Drugs that reduce/slow down/inhibit activity of the nervous system (including respiratory) Higher risk for this condition if mother consumes alcohol wh
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bone Density, Confounding, Psychological Science

OC24881167 Page
14 Sep 2018
0
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Classical Conditioning

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19 Mar 2018
0
There is a genetic component associated with addiction. Some drugs are more addictive than others (e. g. crack cocaine) Method of administration e. g.
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Semicircular Canals, Taste, Psychokinesis

OC5374884 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
Molecules from food we consume dissolve in saliva & come into contact with gustatory cells. Gustatory cells: found in taste buds; detect, transduce, an
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Circular Reasoning, Mirror Neuron, Self-Actualization

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19 Mar 2018
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Cognitive map: mental representation of a space: we can form these on purpose or from memory or via latent learning. Intrinsic learning: doing somethin
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Eardrum, Basilar Membrane, Oval Window

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12 Feb 2018
0
Physical characteristic which can be transmitted into pitch (high or low) Physical characteristic which translates into timbre (uniqueness of a sound)
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peripheral Nervous System, Endocrine System, Neurogenesis

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12 Feb 2018
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Psy1101-lecture 6-central/peripheral nervous systems and the endocrine system. The brain can recognize itself after injury/ trauma/ disease. If area of
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thalamus, Retina, Interposition

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12 Feb 2018
0
Opponent-process theory (cont"d: according to herring, we have 3 antagonistic colour systems. Black white ex) the red/green system is maximally respons
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Detection Theory, Absolute Threshold, Sensory Neuron

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12 Feb 2018
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Physical energy must be transduced (translated into an electrochemical message that the brain can understand) Sensory receptors; highly specialized str
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Positive Psychology, Relative Deprivation, Thalamus

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19 Apr 2018
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