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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Coherentism, Anti-Realism, Pragmatism

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Correspondence: what people usually do to figure out if it is truth, example: cat in a bag, you check to see if it"s true. Pragmatism: def: useful to y
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Deductive Reasoning, Logical Form, Correspondence Theory Of Truth

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16 Mar 2018
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Why aren"t there any philosophical labs: there are, but they"re called though experiments , which force you to ask questions from all sides to solve a
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Phylogenetic Tree, Evolutionism, Thermodynamics

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture 4: Lecture #4 Philosophy of Religion

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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sample Size Determination, Electrocardiography, Deductive Reasoning

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16 Mar 2018
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Valid deductive arguments guarantee that the conclusion is true if the premises are true : there is obviously no more info. in the conclusion than was
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UTSCPHLA10H3William SeagerFall

PHLA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tram

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UTSCANTA02H3Bianca DahlWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Marcel Mauss, Social Fact, Ecological Anthropology

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16 Mar 2018
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Kids were trying to create a sense of a social relationship through asking for things. The article written by debbie sheds light on the social practice
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UTSCANTA02H3Bianca DahlWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture 2: ANTA02H3 Lecture 2

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16 Mar 2018
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The notion of culture was very racist. 1 idea: culture as rationality, creativity, higher order thought, high culture , better form of culture, a cultu
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UTSCANTA02H3Bianca DahlWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture 1: ANTA02H3 Lecture 1

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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Data Visualization, Scatter Plot, Statistical Significance

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4 Mar 2018
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Hypotheses tested using the scientific method address some of the shortcomings of other methods: caveats, there is good research and there is bad resea
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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Spurious Relationship, Theoretical Definition, Scatter Plot

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4 Mar 2018
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No sampling frame or bad sampling frame. Suicide risk rises among family, friends of suicide victims: study. Correlational studies looks at whether and
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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ambivalent Sexism, Discriminant, Rorschach Test

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4 Mar 2018
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Scale: response opinions to a single question, ex. No: what type of scale is the researcher using for this question, what kind of scale was that measur
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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stanford Prison Experiment, Belmont Report, National Research Act

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4 Mar 2018
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You might participate in research: you might be asked to give consent for someone else. Evaluating and critiquing research that is at the margins : bab
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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Observer-Expectancy Effect, Sample Size Determination, Simple Random Sample

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4 Mar 2018
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Can ask about: attitudes, needs, desires, interests, behaviours, demographics. The questions themselves operationalize the variables: ex. Thinking abou
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UTSCPSYB04H3Connie BoudensSpring

PSYB04H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Science News, Bias Blind Spot, Falsifiability

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