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PSYC 101 Lecture 3: Study Guide-Ch3BiologicalFoundationsInBehavior
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Meghan Quinn Dr. Mark Palumbo Psych 101005 17 September 2016 Lahey, Ch3: Biological Foundations in Behavior When you have finished Chapter 3, you should be able to: 1. Understand the importance of the neuron and differenti...

Psychology
PSYC 101
Mark Palumbo
PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Phineas Gage, Muscle Tone, Hindbrain
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Basic Concepts of Research Basis of the Scientific method Making observations in systematic way Follow strict rules of evidence What is the evidence? How good is the evidence? Alternat...

Psychology
PSYC 101
Mark Palumbo
PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Abraham Maslow, Classical Conditioning, Connectionism
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1 It cannot be inherited and if you want it you must obtain it by great labour. T.S. Eliot (18881965) Psychology is the science of behavior and mental processes. Science based on careful, controlled observation. Behavior o...

Psychology
PSYC 101
Mark Palumbo
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Civil Religion, Meritocracy, Montessori Education
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Meghan Quinn Lecture 7 Origins Beliefs o Ideas that explain the world and identify what should be sacred Totems (Durkheim) o Sacred o Profane Things that have a function (e...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Xenophobia, Johann Friedrich Blumenbach, Immanuel Kant
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Chapter 8: Objectives: Discussing the meaning of RACE The origin of a superiority and an inferiority Dominant versus Majority Discourse The Power of OTHERING Constructing Ethnicities ...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Meritocracy, Smartphone
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Lecture 3: Objectives: Define culture Explore the basic levels of culture: norms and values Discuss the different forms of culture Culture and theory What is culture: The disposition of knowledge, ideas, values, practices,...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture 7: chapter notes 6
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Lecture 6 Objectives: The MOST complete organization Society The different forms of societies Defining Boundaries Societies: Complex social relationships bounded in space Ideology (male gets 1.00, woman gets .80, black or ...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Anomie, Auguste Comte
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Chapter 2 part 2 Objectives Learning the function of THEORY Discuss the different theoretical schools in sociology What is theory? System of ideas intended to explain phenomenon o Ap...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Level Of Measurement
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Objectives: How Sociology is a science Different methodological approaches Empirical Evidence: Data/Information to answer questions o Empiricism Systemic The Scientific Method: ...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
SOC 151 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mcdonaldization
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Meghan Quinn 9012017 Lecture 1 Chapter One Objective Identify social changes by sociologist Society The Global Age o Globalization o McDonaldization What makes sociology unique Sociology versus Common Sense Changes and Soc...

Sociology
SOC 151
Hilario Molina
CRIM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Major Depressive Disorder, Hypochondriasis, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

Psychological and Psychiatric Foundations of criminal behavior : Chapter 6 Outline: Introduction and Principles 1. Personality disturbances 2. The psychoanalytic perspective and behavioral maladaptation 3. Risk assignments...

Criminology
CRIM 102
Dr. Piatak
CRIM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Whitey Bulger, William Bulger, Human Genome Project

Chapter 5: Biosocial Other Contemporary Perspectives Outline Introduction Genetics and Heritability The Dysfunctional Brain Body Chemistry and Criminality 1. Ingested Substances Nutrition 2. Environmental Pollution 3. Ps...

Criminology
CRIM 102
Dr. Piatak
CRIM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Jeremy Bentham, Twelve Tables, Incapacitation (Penology)

Classical Period: Are most crimes planned or spontaneous? Both MALA IN SE: An act that is thought to be wrong in and of itself Murder Rape Carson Violence (child and animal abuse, domestic ...

Criminology
CRIM 102
Dr. Piatak
CRIM 102 Lecture 3: chapter 2 notes part 2

Milwaukee Domestic Violence Experiment: Background: Inactivity of officers o Example: Thurman v. Torrington (1985) (She sued them because they failed to protect her and she was granted...

Criminology
CRIM 102
Dr. Piatak
CRIM 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Embezzlement, Disorderly Conduct, Motor Vehicle Theft

1/26/18 Criminology 102 Chapter 2: where do theories come from? it is better to prevent crimes tan to punish them -cesear Evidence-based criminology Knowledge based criminology another name for evidence-base...

Criminology
CRIM 102
Dr. Piatak

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