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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusFall

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Canada Border Services Agency, Execution Unit, Internal Control

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23 Nov 2012
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Today we re going to talk about illegal immigration, mainly in europe and then we ll talk about deportations in the u. s. and canada. European commissi
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UTSGSOC363H1Scott SchiemanFall

SOC363H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stirling County Rfc, Psychiatric Epidemiology, Psychophysiology

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16 Oct 2012
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*doesn"t expect us to know structural equations or anything related to statistical shit. Measurement is the link b/w concepts and reality so when someo
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UTSGSOC200H1Eric FongFall

SOC200H1 Chapter Notes -Rush Hour, Inductive Reasoning, Laud Humphreys

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16 Oct 2012
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The logic of social inquiry how we do research. Can"t have the same situation happen twice for example doing a survey this class compared to next class
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UTSGSOC363H1Scott SchiemanFall

SOC363H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Job Satisfaction, Major Depressive Disorder, Cognitive Flexibility

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12 Oct 2012
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Leonard pearlin opened his classic paper the sociological study of experiences that stem from these arrangements. Sociologists have an intellectual sta
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Photo Op, Harm Reduction, Lawbreakers

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19 May 2012
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The term alternatives to incarceration doesn"t apply today as much as it did years ago. 70s this terminology was more evident in research and policy. D
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Spaced, Ingroups And Outgroups, Young Offenders Act

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19 May 2012
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Research paper: important when submitting paper that you are clear and confident about thesis statement or research question. Make sure it s clear and
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Young Offenders Act, Proactive Policing, Black Kids

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19 May 2012
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How these changes have impact on relations police have on you and the relations police have with the youth. When children have interactions with the po
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Homicide, Meritocracy, Reaction Formation

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19 May 2012
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Birth order as a factor that had been linked to delinquency. Relatively influential book born to rebel by sulloway (1991). This book argued that that i
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Meritocracy, Hard Wired, Self-Control

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19 May 2012
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Reflect on this towards end of paper (paragraph or two). Finally, paper is analytical and not descriptive, make research question and formulate thesis
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Visible Minority, Property Crime, Official Statistics

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19 May 2012
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Main source of information on crimes in canada is. Uniform crime reporting system began in canada in 1962. What is being measured: crimes known by the
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Industrial Revolution, Journalistic Objectivity, Canadian National Railway

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19 May 2012
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UTSGWDW101Y1BuceriusWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Social Exclusion, Term Paper, Young Offenders Act

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19 May 2012
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Young offenders term that doesn"t appear anymore because under ycja dealt with juveniles. Term most often used today is youth in conflict with law. Cou
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UTSGSOC202H1MontazerWinter

SOC202H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Frequency Distribution, Sampling Error, Content Analysis

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19 May 2012
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Social scientists attempt to explain and predict human behaviour. They examine characteristics of human behaviour: variables: characteristics that diff
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UTSGSOC201H1J.VeugelersFall

SOC201 Lecture 3

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24 Oct 2011
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UTSGSOC201H1J.VeugelersFall

SOC201 Lecture 2

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24 Oct 2011
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UTSGSOC201H1J.VeugelersFall

SOC201 Lecture 1

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UTSGSOC101Y1Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC212 LECTURE 2

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UTSGSOC101Y1Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC212 Lecture 3

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24 Oct 2011
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UTSGSOC101Y1Nathan InnocenteFall

SOC212 Lecture 4

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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 17 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Substance: any natural or synthesized product that has psychoactive effects it changes perceptions, thoughts, emotions, and behaviours. Drug addicts: p
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 16 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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First, sexual dysfunctions involve problems in experiencing sexual arousal or in carrying through with a sexual act to the point of sexual satisfaction
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 12 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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There are three specific types of eating disorders, these include: Anorexia nervosa: characterized by a pursuit of thinness that leads people to starve
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 12 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Personality: all the ways we have of acting, thinking, believing, and feeling that make each of us unique. Personality disorder: is a long-standing pat
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 11 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Psychosis: the inability to differentiate from what is real and what is unreal. It can take many forms and has many causes. Schizophrenia: most common
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 9 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Bipolar disorder: disorder marked by cycles between manic episodes and depressive episodes; also called manic depression. Mania: state of persistently
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 7 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Extraordinary people mark summers, tv show host who suffered from obsessive. Anxiety: a state of apprehension, tension, and worry. There are several sy
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 5 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Psychotherapy: many forms of psychotherapy, but most involve a therapist talking with the person suffering from the disorder about his or her symptoms
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 4 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Assessment: the process of gathering information about people"s symptoms and the possible causes of those symptoms. Information gathered in assessment
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 3 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Scientific method: steps designed to obtain and evaluate information relevant to a problem in a systematic way. Null hypothesis: the expectation, that
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 2 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Extraordinary people albert ellis who suffered from irrational beliefs about public speaking associated with rational-emotive therapy. Theory: set of i
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Chapter 1 Key Terms & Notes

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8 May 2011
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Psychopathology: people who suffer mental, emotional, and often physical pain as a result of some form of psychological or mental disorder  sometimes
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 12 Key Terms

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8 May 2011
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Chapter 12 writing stories of lives: biography and life course. He advocated a broad and interdisciplinary approach to studying human lives, and he put
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 11 Key Terms

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8 May 2011
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Chapter 11 the interpretation of stories: from freud to today. Freud argued the meanings of our lives and the stories about our lives lie hidden in the
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 10 Key Terms

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8 May 2011
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Though life stories are, and should be grounded in reality, they are nonetheless imaginative and creative productions that each of us constructs and re
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nomological Network, Harm Avoidance, Schizotypal Personality Disorder

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8 May 2011
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Chapter 4 personality traits: fundamental concepts and issues. Personality traits refer to individual differences between people in characteristic thou
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Family Values, The Anatomy Of Dependence, Asteroid Family

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8 May 2011
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: John Bowlby, Interpersonal Relationship, Social Status

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8 May 2011
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Natural selection: key to evolution, a process whereby nature gradually selects those characteristics of organisms that promote survival and reproducti
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scientific Theory, Gordon Allport, Dependent And Independent Variables

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8 May 2011
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Ultimate goal of personality psychology is to construct a scientifically credible account of psychological individuality. Individual differences: chara
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Lecture 21

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8 May 2011
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The other dimension is basic research vs. applied research. All of the sub-disciplines in psychology are organized in the same way. Personality offers
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Lecture 20

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8 May 2011
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Tension between innate feeling of inferiority and compensatory behaviours we use to overcome feelings of inferiority. For adler, neurotic personality h
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