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PS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Reuptake, Botulinum Toxin, Reward System

Neurotransmitters and the nervous System  Neurotransmitters release chemical messages into the synapse  Receiving neurons keep receiving messages  The neuron doesn’t know when it needs to take it  Deactivation...

PS - Psychology
PS 130
Scircle
PS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Myelin, Neurotransmission, Action Potential

Neurons  Definition: Basic elements of your nervous system  Parts:  Dendrites: they are branch like projections that receive messages from other neurons  Axon: Tube like extension that carries ...

PS - Psychology
PS 130
Scircle
PS 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Informed Consent, Statistical Inference, Descriptive Statistics

Scientific Method  Definition: Approach used by psychologists to systematically acquire knowledge and understanding about the behavior and other phenomena of interest  Four main steps  Identify question ...

PS - Psychology
PS 130
Scircle
HI 360 Lecture 3: ColonialismClassNotes3

Colonialism Class Notes 3    Indian Subcontinent 1498 ­ 1770    1. Background  a. Foreign Invaders  i. Portuguese ­ 1510  ii....

HI - History
HI 360
Sampson
HI 360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Derbfine

Colonialism Class Notes 2    English Colonialism in Ireland ­ 1600’s    1. Background  a. 1600 ­ woods covered ...

HI - History
HI 360
Sampson
HI 360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Northern Ireland, Neocolonialism, Ethnocentrism

Colonialism Notes 1    1. Colonialism in the U.S.  a. British  b. French  c. Spanish  d. Russian  2. Colonialism in...

HI - History
HI 360
Sampson
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Golden Rule, Zombie, Instrumentalism
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No multiple choice, no truefalse. Choice of short answers, one required essay, one essay of choice from two. Know all definitions may be short answer questions DO THE STUDY GUIDE Explain why Kavka believes the reconciliat...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture 19: 12/14/15-VanDenHaag
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Legal SystemWrongly Executed Victims of Total Innocents Killed

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Fetus
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Standard argument against abortion: 1.All persons have a right to life (TRUE) 2.The fetus is a person from conception (TRUE) 3.Thus, the fetus has a right to life (TRUE) 4.If a person has a right to life, then the person o...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Sentience, Fetus
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Thesis: Abortion is morally permissible at any time for any reason (if pregnancy unwanted) because the fetus is not a person with a serious right to life. At most, it is a potential person but the rights of potential pers...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Fetus
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Thesis: p. 805 Absent the social necessity for each child, abortion is morally permissible at any time for any reason. At any time means fetus is never a person. Line of Reasoning 1: Humanity argument driven by making the...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Fetus
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I.Thesis: A.Abortion is not morally permissible except in two circumstances: (a) if the life of the mother is in danger and (b) if there is little chance that the fetus could survive. 1.(b) selfdefense B.Obligation Permis...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Categorical Imperative
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What makes an action morally rightwrong? __________________________________________________________________________ V V V V V The gods Cultural Actual Outcome Expected Outcome Kant approved endorsement Utilitarianism Utili...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture 11: 10/07/15
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In order to have genuine moral worth, an action must be done from duty. 1.Action must be a duty (criterion: what makes an action a duty?) 2.Action must be done because it is a duty (motivation issue) Motivational Issue Ex....

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money
IN 183 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Noble Eightfold Path, Summum Bonum, Thought Experiment
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Kant vs. AOU vs. EOU TELETUBBIES EXAMPLE Expected Outcome depends on what the RWIP expects, not what YOU expect! Highest Good = Deserved Happiness Thought experiment The sight of a being Happiness = satisfaction of desir...

IN - Interdepartmental
IN 183
Robert Money

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