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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongWinter

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences

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: the smallest unit of sound that is recognizable as speech rather than as random noise. (15 to 85 depending on language; english. Some languages do no
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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongWinter

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Rosalie Rayner, Albert Bandura, Little Albert Experiment

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What is learning: definition : modification (or change), that is relatively permanent, in behaviours of a learner. Biological or genetic automatic beha
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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongWinter

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Encoding Specificity Principle, Anterograde Amnesia, Retrograde Amnesia

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7 Apr 2011
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Memory systems: memory allows us to perform various functions essential to daily living: The process by which we perceive and bring in information to r
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RYERSONECN 301David LeeWinter

ECN 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Real Interest Rate, Nominal Rigidity, Autonomous Consumption

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5 Apr 2011
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Real gdp in canadian history: the flexible-price model does not give a complete picture of the macroeconomy. Real gdp does not always grow by the same
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RYERSONECN 301David LeeWinter

ECN 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Nominal Interest Rate, Money Supply, Monetary Base

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5 Apr 2011
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Inflation: in the 1970s, canada experienced episodes of relatively mild (1 to 3%), creeping (4 to 7%) and galloping (7 to 15%) inflation, inflation was
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RYERSONECN 301David LeeWinter

ECN 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Gross Domestic Product, Nominal Interest Rate, Foreign Exchange Market

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5 Apr 2011
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Statistics and economic activity: economic activity is the pattern of transactions in which things of real, useful value are created, transformed, and
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RYERSONECN 301David LeeWinter

ECN 301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Canadian Confederation, Business Cycle, Economic Surplus

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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongWinter

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sclera, Electromagnetic Spectrum, Wavelength

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4 Apr 2011
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Photoreceptor, pressure, waves, chemical molecules, mecanoreceptors, thermal receptors: perception: information. Process by which the brain organizes a
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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongFall

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Hypothalamus

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26 Mar 2011
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Three major types of neurons: sensory: receives information from the external world and covey this information to the brain via the spinal cord, motor:
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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongFall

Chapter 2 Week 2

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26 Mar 2011
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Science and its theories must allow us to predict: karl popper & the falsification of theories. Science can help us to think more critically: empiricis
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RYERSONPSY 105Tsasha AwongFall

PSY 105 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Electronvolt

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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 12

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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 11

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This is about breaking social rules: cheating, lying. The economics of cheating: continual problem at all educational institutions. Cost to cheater: ba
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 10

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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 9

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Law, crime and punishment: some acts are legal in some countries, but not in others. You can sell things at a profit in. The economics of law: burglary
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 7

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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 6

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The new home economics: family is a firm , transforms inputs and produces the things wanted by the family. The marriage contract: marriage is a legally
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 5

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In relationship; feelings for the other person is not always equal. Exploitation continued: the recipient can stubbly say, give me this amount or i wil
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 4

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Sexual behaviour: sex is simply another service that is wanted and supplied. Economic characteristics of sex: sex as a service, holding hands, kissing,
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

Lecture 3

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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

lower liberal

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But you also need incentives to elicit more supply. Will more or less dating occur? (will some women cheat and accept a lower price ?: example: speedin
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RYERSONECN 340Thomas BarbieroFall

ECN 340 Lecture Notes - Human Behaviour, Rationality

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