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SFUENGL 387Nicole DidicherWinter

ENGL 387 Chapter Notes -Rivendell, Elrond, Mirkwood

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Bilbo finds an important object, a key to their cave, at the trolls" campsite. Gandalf kills the great goblin using beater, or glamdring, an elvish swo
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SFUENGL 387Nicole DidicherWinter

My quiz q's & vocab

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17 Feb 2013
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Besom broom made of twigs attached to a piece of wood, often associated with witches. Crossing a crossing-sweeper, someone who sweeps at the pedestrian
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SFUENGL 387Nicole DidicherWinter

ENGL 387 Chapter Notes -Tall Ship, Trumpkin, Puddleglum

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13 Feb 2013
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Scrubb tells jill about his previous journey to narnia, swears upon everything (bible not encouraged @ Eustace says to face east because that"s what as
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SFUFNST 101Rudy ReimerWinter

FNST 101 Chapter Notes -Paternalism, Capitalism, Claustrophobia

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13 Feb 2013
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Intense heat = inactivity = summer is a time for resting . Blueberry reserve evacuated because of a gas leak temporary tents a few miles east of the al
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SFUBISC 110Derek BinghamWinter

BISC 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Emulsion, Chylomicron, Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease

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27 Jan 2013
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Digestion is the process of breaking down food by mechanical and chemical action into substances for absorption and use by body cells. Reduces particle
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

PSYC 241 Chapter Notes -Brief Psychotherapy, Countertransference, Attachment Theory

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20 Jan 2013
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Psychopathology results from unconscious conflicts in the individual. Freud"s classical psychoanalytic theory: structure of the mind, development and d
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

PSYC 241 Chapter Notes -Cognitive Restructuring, Pedophilia, Amygdala

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20 Jan 2013
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Behaviourism an approach that focuses on observable behaviour rather than consciousness. John b. watson (1878-1958) responded to introspection by promo
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

January 16th Lecture

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They were referred as pseudopatients, diagnosed, treated for schizophrenia, and discharged as schizophrenia in remission. In remission is a rare diagno
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

January 14th Lecture

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20 Jan 2013
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Can use dsm-iv-tr or dsm-iv for project stats are the only difference. 19th century medicine had great success with physical illness. Success in medici
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

January 7th Lecture

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20 Jan 2013
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Is it really pathological or do i just find it socially unacceptable? e. g. , boys engaging in oral sex with men in papua new guinea. Abnormal = psycho
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

PSYC 241 Lecture Notes - Proband, Oral Stage, Reductionism

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20 Jan 2013
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Also known as the medical model or disease model. Assumption psychological disorders have a physical etiology (=cause) Very old idea e. g. , greeks rec
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SFUBISC 110Derek BinghamWinter

BISC 110 Lecture Notes - Lactase, Collagen, Intestinal Villus

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14 Jan 2013
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The process of breaking food into (1) smaller pieces for enzymes, and (2) smaller molecules for absorption. Ingest food: mechanically digest into small
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SFUPSYC 241Dagmar BernsteinWinter

PSYC 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: General Paresis Of The Insane, Deinstitutionalisation, Mental Disorder

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4 Jan 2013
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Psychopathology the field concerned with the nature and development of abnormal behavior, thoughts, and feelings. General practitioners because public
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Lecture Notes - Osteon, Blood Vessel, Chondrocyte

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12 Dec 2012
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Connective tissues = cellular component + larger intercellular matrix. Cell that forms new bone during growth and repair = osteoblast. Contains abundan
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Study Guide - Phagocytosis, Antigen, Ulna

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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

Slide structures

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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Study Guide - Collagen, External Intercostal Muscles, Gastrocnemius Muscle

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12 Dec 2012
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Explain the process by which oxygen in the atmosphere is inhaled. Describe in detail, the route this oxygen will follow to end up in the alveoli. Expla
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Study Guide - Troponin, Action Potential, Aorta

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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Study Guide - Thoracic Cavity, Trunch, Circulatory System

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Oxygen is carried in the lungs and body by red blood cells. By training for 8 weeks in high altitude deficiency of o2 increases the o2 carrying capacit
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nervous Tissue, Vitamin A, White Matter

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5 Dec 2012
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Provide protection, insulation, and a source of energy. Found in [high] in nerves and brain tissue. Constituent of all animal cells, blood, and. Produc
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Chapter Notes -Fluid Compartments, Glycogen, Body Fluid

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5 Dec 2012
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Adds carbohydrates to proteins to make glycoproteins (part of the glycocalyx) Modifies, sorts, ships proteins (produced by bound ribosomes) to their fi
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Teddy Bear, Sentience, Anthropocentrism

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5 Dec 2012
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W e d n e s d a y n o v e m b e r 2 8 t h. T hu r s d a y n o v e m b e r 2 9 t h. R o l l i n s p a g e 6 3 6. Don"t have to read past the first parag
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SFUENGL 199WStephen CollisFall

ENGL 199W Chapter Notes -Leviathan, Tony Robbins

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28 Nov 2012
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Leviathan the largest or most massive thing of its kind; monstrous sea creature symbolizing evil in the old. Oracle a person who speaks directly to a d
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SFUENGL 199WStephen CollisFall

ENGL 199W Chapter Notes -Hushing, Marie Winn, Heather Pringle

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28 Nov 2012
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There is something wrong with north american schooling. The education system is doing a bad job, but is doing a good job of hushing students and making
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Lecture Notes - Vasospasm, Prothrombinase, White Blood Cell

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25 Nov 2012
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Origin and characteristics of formed elements (platelets and blood cells) Mechanisms of haemostasis (reduction and prevention of blood loss) General an
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes -Null Hypothesis, Standard Deviation, Normal Distribution

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25 Nov 2012
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Distribution of means distribution of means of samples of a given size form a population; comparison distribution when testing hypotheses involving a s
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Statistical Parameter, Squared Deviations From The Mean, Standard Score

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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes -Type I And Type Ii Errors, Null Hypothesis, Effect Size

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25 Nov 2012
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Decision errors incorrect conclusion in hypothesis testing in relation to the real but unknown situation despite doing the correct calculations and ste
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Linear Regression, Linear Prediction, Statistical Significance

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25 Nov 2012
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Large t at 37, r2 only 3% r2 = predictability = proportionate reduction in error = ( ) = msbetween / mswithin. Large d = small r2 r2 is a good effect s
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Chapter Notes -Walter Block, Alternative Medicine, Antiemetic

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25 Nov 2012
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Stats say that alcohol and tobacco are more harmful than others; it"s only because they are legal and accessible. Imagine what it would be like if hard
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Chapter Notes -Arteriole, Eosinophil, Basophil

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19 Nov 2012
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The functions and components of the human cardiovascular and lymphatic systems. Veins atria ventricles arteries lungs/body arterioles capillaries venul
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Walter Block

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18 Nov 2012
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Like mill in many ways, especially the view that there should be no government interference except when harm is involved. We all have natural rights: t
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - On Liberty, Paternalism, Negative Cost

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18 Nov 2012
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Wilson drugs shouldn"t be legalized page 434. Block drugs should be legalized page 440. As far back as 5000 bc samarians using opium. 3500 bc earliest
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Brain Death, 3 Lbs, Cerebral Cortex

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18 Nov 2012
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Peter singer article ( animal liberation") page 616. Views: personhood with respect to animals, utiltarianism (can they experience pain or suffering?)
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Artificial Insemination, Anthropocentrism, Fetus

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18 Nov 2012
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Singer the life you could save book in 2009. Tell people you have to sacrifice yourself scares them off they won"t help people. Singer"s modified recom
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandFall

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Null Hypothesis, Standard Deviation, Effect Size

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18 Nov 2012
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Chapter 8 summary and vocabulary t test for independent means. For hypothesis-testing with scores from two entirely separate groups of people. Comparis
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SFUBISC 101Derek BinghamFall

BISC 101 Chapter Notes -Circulatory System, Megakaryocyte, Arteriole

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13 Nov 2012
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Heart (muscular pump made of atria and ventricles) Closed system of blood vessels that circulate blood arteries, veins, and capillaries. Another series
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Monogamy, Oral Sex, Menopause

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28 Oct 2012
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Article by goldman (page 211) plain sex . Sex is a means to (ethical components of sex): reproduction, get love, gain communication, learn something fr
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Cyrenaics, Hedonism

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28 Oct 2012
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Pleasure is the only real good thing in life. It is the only true intrinsic value; pain is the only real bad thing. Ultimate life goal: maximize pleasu
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SFUPHIL 120WSam BlackFall

PHIL 120W Lecture Notes - Transcendentalism, Pantheism, Ant-Zen

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28 Oct 2012
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Certain objective values that must be present in one"s life in order for it to be worthwhile. They"re up to us to determine what is worthwhile for us.
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