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UCONNPSYC 1101Vicki MagleySpring

PSYC 1101 Lecture 4: Ethics in Research

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UCONNPSYC 1100J. DixonSpring

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dependent And Independent Variables

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Structure of how the study is conducted. Statistical techniques for extracting structure from data. Experiments - top of the pyramid confident in data.
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UCONNPSYC 1101Vicki MagleySpring

PSYC 1101 Lecture 6: Emotions

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Psyc 1103 - general psychology ii - dr. magley. Bring 1103 section # (1-13), peoplesoft #, photo id, and #2 pencil. You have different pleasure centers
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UCONNPSYC 1101Vicki MagleySpring

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Naturalistic Observation, Edward B. Titchener, Wilhelm Wundt

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Psyc 1101 notes - general psychology ii dr. magley. There is a link on how to purchase the textbook on the syllabus on huskyct. Email dr. magley using
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UCONNPSYC 1101Vicki MagleySpring

PSYC 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Noam Chomsky, Joint Attention, Eric Lenneberg

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Psyc 1101 notes - general psychology ii - dr. magley. Focused on trying to understand what is going on in the brain. How and why do people experience t
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UCONNPSYC 1101Vicki MagleySpring

PSYC 1101 Lecture 3: Methods of Psychology

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Psyc 1101 - general psychology ii - dr. magley. Affect, behavior, & cognition core of psychology. It"s necessary to find and study the different abstra
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UCONNPSYC 1100J. DixonSpring

PSYC 1100 Lecture 6: Research Methods II

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UCONNPSYC 1100Harvey SwadlowSpring

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Visual Cortex, Two-Streams Hypothesis, Receptive Field

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Receptive field of a sensory neuron-- region of the receptor surface from which the neuron is either excited or inhibited. Hubel and weisel"s hierarchi
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UCONNCHEM 1128QClyde Cady, Fotios PapadimitrakopoulosSpring

CHEM 1128Q Lecture 9: CHEM 1128Q Lecture 9:Chapter 13: Fundamental Equilibrium Constants

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UCONNPSYC 1100Harvey SwadlowSpring

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peripheral Nervous System, Cranial Nerves, Spinal Nerve

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Resting potential: inside neuron is -70mv (measurement of energy) with respect to outside of neuron. Due to different concentrations of ions inside and
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UCONNANTH 1000Jocelyn LinnekinFall

ANTH 1000 Lecture 30: The Modern World

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We all learn what we know through others within our own country/culture. We learn what is good and what is sinful. We learn what a foreigner is, or wha
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UCONNECON 1201Owen SvalestadFall

ECON 1201 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Price Ceiling, Deadweight Loss, Economic Surplus

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They allocate consumption of the good to the potential buyers who most value it. They allocate sales to the potential sellers who most value the right
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