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EGP 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Synaptic Pruning, Frontal Lobe, Dental Caries

Lecture 19: body growth in the early years Body Growth: After first 2 years, body growth slows down Third, fourth, fifth year: gain 2-3 inches in height, 5 lbs of weight Growth is not continuous ; spurts & pe...

Early Grades Preparation
EGP 220
Michael Bell
EGP 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: 18 Months, Mental Model, Mirror Test

Lecture 18 Attachment Whats the difference between bonding and attachment? two-way street, through experience, unspoken attachment; attachment the child chooses, occurs at around 1 year; attachment can be unhealthy sometim...

Early Grades Preparation
EGP 220
Michael Bell
EGP 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Parenting, Frontal Lobe, Neuroscience

Lecture 17: Development of Temperament During Infancy and Toddlerhood *Emotional Self-Regulation Requires: effortful control Structure of Temperament: Thomas & Chess , 1977 Parenting practices can modify c...

Early Grades Preparation
EGP 220
Michael Bell
EGP 220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Emotional Security, 18 Months, Emotional Contagion

How Would a pre-primary teacher support: 1. A sense of trust in the classroom: A) Following through with plans B) Knowing students Giving the kids an identity C) making sure the students have resources with equitable use 2...

Early Grades Preparation
EGP 220
Michael Bell
EGP 220 Lecture 15: language and development

Lecture 15 language and development Language acquisition device test question Language acquisition is an active process of experiences and opportunities to engage others test question Noam Chomskys Theory of Early Language...

Early Grades Preparation
EGP 220
Michael Bell
SCI 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Biological Interaction, Parasitism

Predation *the 10% rule the mass decreases by 10% as you go up the chain : (mass in kg/g) is transferred to the next trophic level EX: A 100 kg shark eats 1000 kg worth of fish. If each fish weighs 40...

Science
SCI 101
Cynthia Hall
BIO 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Periodontal Fiber, Fish Scale, Cementum

The Digestive Tract Teeth Teeth likely developed from placoid scales Crown- location outside of the gum Root- location under the gum Once a tooth comes out of the gum, no more...

Biology
BIO 357
Fish
BIO 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Filet Mignon, Myofibril, Myocyte

Muscles When a muscle is used, it shortenscontracts, exerting a force as they do, causing the limb or other body part to move. Muscles are unable to lengthen on their own and require another force to do so. Antagonistic mu...

Biology
BIO 357
Fish
BIO 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Odontoblast, Neural Crest, Dentin

Hard Tissues These tissues support the body against gravity and other forces. They are also used to store calcium and to provide places for muscle attachment Enamel Hardest tissue of the body It is produced by ameloblasts ...

Biology
BIO 357
Fish
BIO 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Integumentary System, Nappy Roots, Neural Crest

The Integumentary System The Integumentary system contains the skin and other accessory structures associated with it. Functions of the Integument Provides mechanical protection Works as a barrier against bacteria Prevents...

Biology
BIO 357
Fish
BIO 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Axial Skeleton, Neural Crest, Ulna

Appendicular Skeleton The body needs to remain stable. Thus, it is important that the type of motion is limited at desired times. This was why fins developed. They allow fish to maneuver. Gill Arch Theory Pectoral limbs ma...

Biology
BIO 357
Fish
COM 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Information Theory

COM 219-01 David LeVasseur September 11 Graduate movie Young man cant figure out whether the woman is trying to seduce him or not because she is a family friend but is saying sexual things. She says she is not sedu...

Communication Studies
COM 219
David Levasseur
COM 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Night Girl

COM 21901 David LeVasseur September 6 Im going to buy a dog Reference (Thought of a dog) Symbol (dog) Referent (Actual dog) When a symbol is used it allows interpretation of the symbol, a Chihuahua or a Mastiff. Bypassing ...

Communication Studies
COM 219
David Levasseur
COM 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Multiple Choice, Determinism

COM 21901 David LeVasseur September 4 Truth VS truth Truth with a capital T is the absolute truth where there is proof truth with a lowercase t is the operational truth, where it could be true Objective VS Interpretive Tru...

Communication Studies
COM 219
David Levasseur
COM 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Communication Theory

COM 21901 David LeVasseur August 30 Communication: Is the process through which humans intentionally use symbols to convey messages to one another Sign: anything that stands for something else (A=B) (Smoke=Fire) Symbols: T...

Communication Studies
COM 219
David Levasseur

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