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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Developmental Psychobiology, Explicit Memory, Implicit Memory

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10 Jul 2015
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Amount of sleep and cortisol levels impact behavioral problems which affect daytime functioning. Low/high stress = low memory: decreases your explicit
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyFall

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Output, Reduced Affect Display, Intentionality

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17 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

PSYC23 Lecture 12: Lecture 12 PSYC23

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14 Aug 2015
41
> want to know how infants learn to regulate stress and how that learning affects their ability to remember. Moderate stress = excellent memory > may h
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

PSYC23 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 PSYC23

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14 Aug 2015
47
One third of canadians have suffered child abuse. Prevalence of child abuse in canada: physical abuse: slapped, hit or spanked, pushed, kicked etc. Sex
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Infant Mortality, Natural Selection, Major Depressive Disorder

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10 Jul 2015
32
What is causing the ses-gradient and poor health: most children are born healthy, only 3-4% have a serious inheritable problem (physical, emotional, in
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

PSYC23 Lecture 10: Lecture 10 PSYC23

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14 Aug 2015
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

PSYC23 Lecture 11: Sleep

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14 Aug 2015
39
Is sleep regulatory: early parent-infant relationships are really important, in how regulate mood and attention. How own thinking process is affecting
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Fixed Action Pattern, John Bowlby, Cortisol

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6 Feb 2013
51
There are health disparities linked to ses physical and mental health outcomes are affected shows how social experience is biologically embedded. Howev
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Hypothalamus, Pituitary Gland

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10 Jul 2015
33
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

PSYC23 Lecture 1: PSYC23 lec 1-3

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2 Jul 2015
56
Early life events that last a life time. How environmental shapes the opportunity and experience of world, or to interact with the world. Education: ho
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture5_Feb16.docx

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25 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe, Twin Study, Epigenetics

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10 Jul 2015
27
Types of stress: positive stress: brief increase in heart rate with small, temporary elevations in stress, examples: First day of school, losing a favo
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