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U OF CSOCI 325KramerWinter

SOCI 325 Lecture 4: Sociology 325 1-4

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26 Jan 2018
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There are multiple contributors to discussions regarding crime and deviance. Statisticians were the first to identify deviance by categorizing and coun
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U OF CSOCI 327Steven DumasWinter

SOCI 327 Lecture 4: Sociology 327 1-4

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26 Jan 2018
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The canadian criminal justice system has three main objectives. It is assumed that effective controls over crime results in the prevention of it. Crimi
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U OF CSOCI 327Steven DumasWinter

SOCI 327 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Summary Offence, Adversarial System, Trial

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26 Jan 2018
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Two types of law in canada: public and private. Public law sets the rules for individuals in society and it includes criminal law. Private law (civil l
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Contract Theory, Negative And Positive Rights, Nicomachean Ethics

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26 Jan 2018
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Student of plato, teacher of alexander the great. An act is morally right just because it is one that a virtuous person would do in that situation. The
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Primum Non Nocere, Kantian Ethics, Prima Facie

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26 Jan 2018
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Deontology, or the study of duty, is concerned with actions, not consequences. People have a duty to act in the right even if bad consequences are a re
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Immanuel Kant, Hypothetical Imperative, Political Philosophy

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26 Jan 2018
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Preference act utilitarianism replaces pleasure as the basis for measurement, uses preference satisfaction. Advantage- connected to our actual desires,
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Thomas Hobbes, John Rawls, Practical Reason

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26 Jan 2018
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Humanity version- required to treat people as ends in themselves, and never as mere means. Act so that you treat humanity, whether in your own person o
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U OF CSOCI 371Pallavi BanarjeeWinter

SOCI 371 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Nationstates, Social Inequality, Natureserve

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12 Jan 2018
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Family values are evocative of the imagined traditional family. Heterosexual, married, children, father head of the family, stay-at-home wife. The trad
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U OF CSOCI 327Steven DumasWinter

SOCI 327 Lecture 2: SOCI 327 1-2

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12 Jan 2018
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Identify major agencies of the criminal justice system. Be able to explain why there are several definitions of crime. There are three major agencies i
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U OF CSOCI 325KramerWinter

SOCI 325 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fundamental Justice, Émile Durkheim, Far-Left Politics

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12 Jan 2018
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Understanding deviance is based in understanding the major themes that are the foundation of crime and deviance. Deviance theories of the past continue
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Act Utilitarianism, Consequentialism

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12 Jan 2018
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Utilitarianism is a philosophical view on how we should evaluate actions. Consequentialism- consequences determine whether an action is good or bad. Th
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U OF CPHIL 313Charles David, Michael BoutlandWinter

PHIL 313 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Act Utilitarianism, Experience Machine, Consequentialism

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12 Jan 2018
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A number of theories have been proposed with varying degrees of success. Basic moral principle specifies the necessary and sufficient conditions for mo
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Coenzyme A, Choline Acetyltransferase, Serotonergic

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9 Dec 2017
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Loewi was the first to isolate chemical messengers with his frog heart experiment. Further experimentation with frog hearts led to the discovery of epi
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Reuptake, Morphine, Dynorphin

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9 Dec 2017
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Cross-tolerance- reduction of response to a novel drug because of tolerance to a chemically related drug. In regards to barbiturates and alcohol, there
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Extracellular Fluid, Human Connectome Project, Diffusion Mri

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9 Dec 2017
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Dti detects the directional movement of water molecules to image nerve fiber pathways in the brain. Connectome- a comprehensive map of neural connectio
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Receptor Activated Solely By A Synthetic Ligand, Optogenetics

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9 Dec 2017
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Optogenetics- transgenic technique that combines genetics and light to control targeted cells in living tissue. Chemogenetics- transgenic technique tha
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Karl Lashley, Paul Broca, Spatial Memory

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9 Dec 2017
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Neuropsychology- the study of the relationship between brain function and behavior. Behavioral neuropsychology- study of the biological basis of behavi
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Endorphins, Robert Sapolsky, Twin Study

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9 Dec 2017
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During the initial experience, brain regions associated with pleasure are activated. Enjoyment from taking drugs can also stem from it occurring in a s
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Psychedelic Drug, Salvinorin A, Morphine

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9 Dec 2017
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The opium poppy is used to synthesize codeine, morphine. The brain is full of endogenous morphines (endorphins) The brain has three receptors found thr
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Mesolimbic Pathway, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Lateral Hypothalamus

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9 Dec 2017
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World"s largest dementia research experiment with 2. 4 million downloads. While you play the game, anonymous data is sent to research scientists. We ca
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 22 pages long!)

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30 Nov 2017
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Charles darwin: charles darwin specifically supported materialism because it followed along with his theory of natural selection, which states that the
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Substantia Nigra, Lrrk2, Caudate Nucleus

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20 Oct 2017
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cannabinoid, Gaba Receptor, Ligand-Gated Ion Channel

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19 Oct 2017
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Type 1 synapse- excitatory, typically located on the dendrites. Type 2 synapse- inhibitory, typically located on the cell body. The effects of neurotra
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Otto Loewi, Myasthenia Gravis, Axon Hillock

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19 Oct 2017
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U OF CSOCI 365Cora Jane VoyageurFall

SOCI 365 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Deskilling, Harry Braverman, Dialectic

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12 Oct 2017
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Marx had a number of influences, including hegel, the creator of the hegelian dialectic. The hegelian dialectic proposes that there is a thesis, an opp
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U OF CPOLI 381Christopher RobertsFall

POLI 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: David Hume, Positive Political Theory, Game Theory

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12 Oct 2017
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Three paradigms or inter-paradigm debate (realism v pluralism/liberalism/institutionalism v marxism/structuralism) Balance of power v interdependence v
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U OF CPSYC 201Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Temporal Lobe, Posterior Pituitary, Lateral Geniculate Nucleus

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6 Oct 2017
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How do scientists study the nervous system: until recently, it was difficult, nigh impossible, to study what goes on in the brain without causing damag
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 12 pages long!)

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5 Oct 2017
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Charles darwin: charles darwin specifically supported materialism because it followed along with his theory of natural selection, which states that the
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Neurodegeneration, Basal Ganglia, Mutation

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5 Oct 2017
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U OF CSOCI 365Cora Jane VoyageurFall

SOCI 365 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Class Consciousness, Bourgeoisie, Proletariat

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5 Oct 2017
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19th century intellect who devoted his efforts to analyzing how capitalist societies worked at the time. In his studies, marx hoped to find how society
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U OF CPSYC 201Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Tegmentum, Mirror Neuron, Twin Study

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5 Oct 2017
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Incentive: behavior is motivated by internal or external incentives or rewards, some behaviors are intrinsically motivating, where engaging in the beha
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U OF CPSYC 201Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 201 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Stereotype Threat, Twin, Lewis Terman

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5 Oct 2017
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What is intelligence: commentary on intelligence stretches back as far as the time of thinkers such as socrates, plato and aristotle. In 1921, scholars
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U OF CPOLI 381Christopher RobertsFall

POLI 381- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 12 pages long!)

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4 Oct 2017
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ependyma, Purkinje Cell, Neuron Doctrine

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29 Sep 2017
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Axon collaterals- the branch on an axon. Each branch has an end, which is called a telodendria. Terminal buttons are the knobs at the tips of the axon
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Piriform Cortex, Olfactory Bulb, Entorhinal Cortex

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27 Sep 2017
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This is the largest region of the mammalian brain. The brain is made up of the. The cortex includes the neocortex (the outer layer of the brain) and th
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U OF CPOLI 381Christopher RobertsFall

POLI 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Wall Street Crash Of 1929, E. H. Carr, Covenant Of The League Of Nations

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25 Sep 2017
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Did the treaty of versailles follow the fourteen points. Wilson"s fourteen points embody a vision for peaceful international society that included. Dur
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Central Pattern Generator, Patellar Reflex, Somatic Nervous System

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25 Sep 2017
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Often in conjunction with the brain, but not always. The patellar reflex, that thing where the doctor whacks your knee with a hammer, does not require
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U OF CPSYC 375Simon SpanswickFall

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Anterior Cerebral Artery, Posterior Cerebral Artery, Middle Cerebral Artery

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25 Sep 2017
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The force associated with a woodpecker pecking is about 1000g. The maximum survivable force for humans is about 100g. Reduce the space between the skul
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U OF CPOLI 381Christopher RobertsFall

POLI 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Somnolence, Dura Mater, Stupor

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18 Sep 2017
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U OF CPOLI 381Christopher RobertsFall

POLI 381 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Heredity, Encephalization Quotient, Central Nervous System

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18 Sep 2017
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