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Class Notes for Psychology at University of Toronto Mississauga (page 7)

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Emil Kraepelin, Mental Disorder, Comorbidity

PSY340: Lecture 3 Lecture 2: Assessment Classification Two most widely used classification systems used for abnormal disorder diagnosis Based on the written report of symptoms, these two diagnostic ...

Psychology
PSY340H5
Hywel Morgan
PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Abnormal Psychology, Moral Treatment, Psychiatric Medication

PSY340: Lecture 1 3 short essay assignments (10% each) - Will be presented with a contemporary issue within abnormal psychology a broad issue - 3-4 page essay to address issue - The issue must be c...

Psychology
PSY340H5
Hywel Morgan
PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sympathetic Nervous System, Selective Mutism, Autonomic Nervous System

PSY340: Lecture 4 Anxiety Childhood disorders were previously (in DSM-IV) grouped under their own category but are now (in DSM-V) are clustered around other adult disorders with similar symptoms ...

Psychology
PSY340H5
Hywel Morgan
PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Metabolic Disorder, Psychopathology, Reuptake

PSY340: Lecture 2 LECTURE 1 PART 2 Models of Abnormal Behavior Models in abnormal behavior are patterns or prototypes that provide us with a way of understanding complex relationships Conceptual model...

Psychology
PSY340H5
Hywel Morgan
PSY327H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Secondary Sex Characteristic, Simple Features, Online Dating Service

PSY327: Lecture 5 GENDER SEXUAL ORIENTATION Gender Identity womanman Gender Expression Feminine masculine Biological sex female male Sexual Orientation heterosexual homosexual Sex v. Gender Sex: the biological characteris...

Psychology
PSY327H5
Emily Impett
PSY327H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Exchange Theory, Agreeableness, Positive Illusions

PSY327: Lecture 4 Commitment The intention to persist with a relationship could be a positive or negative relationship Social Exchange Theory there is an economic model of human behavior i. Titfortat; we provide with what...

Psychology
PSY327H5
Emily Impett
PSY327H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Scale-Invariant Feature Transform, Married People, Abusive Power And Control

PSY327: LECTURE 2 SEPT 13 2018 Relationship Research as a Science Relationship Science: a basic understanding of research methods is critical to consuming relationship science responsibly No single method or technique wil...

Psychology
PSY327H5
Emily Impett
PSY327H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Capilano River, Physical Attractiveness

PSY327: Lecture 3 Attraction 1. WHAT SPARKS OUR INITIAL ATTRACTION? i. Personality A study done where college students listed traits that they are attracted to Positive personality traits to do with dependability are like...

Psychology
PSY327H5
Emily Impett
PSY309H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Type I And Type Ii Errors, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Dependent And Independent Variables

PSY309: LECTURE 2 MONDAY SEPT 17 2018TH Biggest problem with research is that there are researchers degrees of freedom QRPs Questionable Rese...

Psychology
PSY309H5
Maxwell Barranti
PSY309H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stanford Prison Experiment, Belmont Report, Not Proven

PSY309: LECTURE 1 MONDAY: SEPT 10 2018TH How does science work? Propose a theory relating to a particular topic Make predictions based on that theory Conduct a study to test your theory Gather all the data measured and fig...

Psychology
PSY309H5
Maxwell Barranti
PSY309H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Open Access Journal, Reference Management Software, Extraversion And Introversion

PSY309: Lecture 4 GUEST LECTURE Key Articles, Current Articles and Key Researchers Check slides People do not get paid for publishing research but they do pay for publishing the article in an open access journal So people...

Psychology
PSY309H5
Maxwell Barranti
PSY309H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Convenience Sampling, Internal Consistency, Longitudinal Study

PSY309: Lecture 3 Low reliability means there is no validity Rule of thumb is that reliability needs to be more than 0.70 The statistical validity becomes weaker as it reduces your ability to see a real relationship betw...

Psychology
PSY309H5
Maxwell Barranti
PSY341H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Active Child, Psychopathology, Etiology

PSY341: Lecture 2 Theories and Causes Possible causes of a childs behavior; Biological influences Emotional influences Behavioral and cognitive influences Family, cultural and ethnic influences Defining child abnormali...

Psychology
PSY341H5
Tina Malti
PSY341H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stellar Population, Pseudoscience, Longitudinal Study

PSY341: Lecture 3 Research in Clinical Child Psychology A scientific approach requires that a claim be based on theories backed up by empirical evidence from welldesigned studies before conclusions are drawn Reasons for sk...

Psychology
PSY341H5
Tina Malti
PSY341H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Leta Stetter Hollingworth, Clifford Whittingham Beers, Intellectual Disability

PSY341: LECTURE 1 MONDAY: SEPT 10 2018H EARLIER NOTES IN NOTEBOOK Dark Side of Childhood Adversity Resilience in Childhood Adversity Historical Views of Childhood Issues The Emergence of Social Conscience John Locke (17...

Psychology
PSY341H5
Tina Malti

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