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Department
Psychology
Course
PSYC21H3
Professor
David Haley
Semester
Winter

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Lecture 1 11/09/12 Assumptions of relationship biological approach - We are n alone  Hardwired - Early experiences affect our biology and biology affects our relationships - Relationships regulate our social development - How we are treated in our lives plays a role in how we treat ppl - Not just early critical period of how relationships influence us but there is neuro- plasticity across the lifespan of different stages Nomophobia is rising: up to 66 percent - Charles Darwin  Allowed us to survive (social interaction)  Because of our social affiliation that allowed groups to stay close, and survive Evolution of social brain - Why is our brain so big - What are some of the explanations  Extended pe
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