Class Notes for Psychology at University of Windsor (U OF W)



U WINDSORPSYC 3220C.MillerWinter

46-322 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: American Psychiatric Association, Diagnostic And Statistical Manual Of Mental Disorders, Psychopathology

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19 Dec 2013
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Dsm-i and dsm-ii followed more psychiatric traditional and less diagnosis (no childhood disorders) Dsm-iii first time to be explicit; no longer descrip
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U WINDSORPSYC 3230Joseph CaseyWinter

46-323 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Asperger Syndrome, Music Therapy, Facilitated Communication

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4 Apr 2016
16
Restricted, repetitive, and unusual behaviors and interests. Autism was first described by leo kanner in an article known as autistic disturbances of.
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U WINDSORPSYC 3230Joseph CaseyWinter

46-323 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Motor Speech Disorders, Speech Disorder, Dysarthria

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4 Apr 2016
19
By 2. 6 years, 50% of speech should be intelligible to a stranger. By 3. 6 years, 80% of speech should be intelligible to a stranger. Dysarthria: motor
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U WINDSORPSYC 3130Ken CramerFall

46-313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Null Hypothesis, Alternative Hypothesis, Thalidomide

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13 Apr 2016
30
Samples are required because we do not have time to measure everything regarding our question. Population= value representing the whole, which is impra
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U WINDSORPSYC 3220C.MillerWinter

46-322 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Prefrontal Cortex, Not Otherwise Specified, Linseed Oil

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19 Dec 2013
29
Impair volitions and marked inability to concentrate and sustain control. 1770 (german text) described adhd as mental disorder influent by parenting. B
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U WINDSORPSYC 2280LangtonWinter

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Eating Disorder, Binge Eating, Twin

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1 Mar 2016
22
Different patterns of physical development (girls gain weight in fat tissue, while men gain weight usually in muscle) Cultural influences (western expe
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U WINDSORPSYC 2360TowsonFall

46-236 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Authoritarianism, Ingroups And Outgroups, Fraternities And Sororities

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29 Apr 2016
7
Social norms influence your values, beliefs and behaviours. Regulate behaviour in socially acceptable ways (waiting in line, raising your hand to ask a
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U WINDSORPSYC 3230Joseph CaseyWinter

46-323 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Botulinum Toxin, Augmentative, Occupational Therapy

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4 Apr 2016
11
Cerebral palsy: heterogeneous group of conditions that involve disorder of movement or posture. Due to non-progressive damage or abnormality to the bra
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U WINDSORPSYC 2280LangtonFall

46-228 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mental Disorder, Hypnagogia, Laxative

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29 Apr 2016
12
Strongest contribution to etiology is sociocultural rather than psychological or biological factors. Larger increase in death rates (6x) than in normal
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U WINDSORPSYC 2300CappuciFall

46-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lewis Terman, Confounding, Mortality Rate

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8 Apr 2016
10
Experiment method involves manipulation of the independent variable. One variable is kept constant to measure changes. A variable that latches onto the
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U WINDSORPSYC 2300CappuciFall

46-230 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Quota Sampling, Nonprobability Sampling, Simple Random Sample

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8 Apr 2016
10
Surveys regard a critical aspect of beliefs, opinion, behaviour, etc. A response set might be adapted: taking on a persona to answer yes or no to parti
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U WINDSORPSYC 2360TowsonFall

Psychology 46-236 Lecture 11: 11 - Stereotypes & Discrimination

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29 Apr 2016
10
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