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WESTERNKinesiology 2241A/BProfFall

Kinesiology 2241A/B Study Guide - Erector Spinae Muscles, Golgi Tendon Organ, Appendicular Skeleton

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Movement about the sagittal plane (start from bottom to top) Factors affecting muscle force (9) list and describe how each affects muscle force. Fa mot
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WESTERNKinesiology 2241A/BProfFall

Kinesiology 2241A/B Study Guide - Transverse Plane, Sagittal Plane, Shoulder Joint

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20 Nov 2013
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Lecture 1- september 9 ** not on the midterm. Kinematics: is it changing speeds, getting faster or slower- describing motion. Kinematics: velocity- m/s
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WESTERNAnatomy and Cell Biology 2221ProfWinter

Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221 Study Guide - Abdominopelvic Cavity, Hyaline Cartilage, Reticular Fiber

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25 Apr 2013
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Systemic: systemic involves just the system, there are 11 systems in the body, all of the systems are integrated. Regional anatomy: looks at all struct
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WESTERNAnatomy and Cell Biology 2221ProfWinter

Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221 Study Guide - Dorsal Scapular Nerve, Transverse Abdominal Muscle, Rectus Abdominis Muscle

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25 Apr 2013
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Frontalis: two bellied muscle, 2 functions: Orbicularis oculi: surrounds the eye, used for blinking. Zygomaticus major/minor: smiling muscle, stems of
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WESTERNAnatomy and Cell Biology 2221ProfWinter

Anatomy and Cell Biology 2221 Study Guide - Pericardium, Sternal Angle, Pulmonary Circulation

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25 Apr 2013
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Apex of the heart points downwards, and to the left. The heart sits in a sac called the pericardial sac. The space within this sac is called the perica
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WESTERNAnatomy and Cell Biology 2221ProfWinter

Anatomy Chapter 4.docx

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25 Apr 2013
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WESTERNClassical Studies 1000ProfWinter

Classical Studies 1000 Study Guide - Hector, Trojan War, Improvisation

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25 Apr 2013
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And so no "homer" in the usual sense of an author. Why the poem shows such geographical range - picked up stuff as it moved. Generations of singers, el
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WESTERNClassical Studies 1000ProfWinter

Classical Studies 1000 Study Guide - Heinrich Schliemann, Bull-Leaping, Minoan Language

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25 Apr 2013
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Monday, 19 september 2011: the minoans continued: Knossos: palace of minos , this is due to the labyrinthine nature of the palace at knossos which reso
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WESTERNClassical Studies 1000ProfWinter

Lecture summary

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25 Apr 2013
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Chronology: focus on period fm ca 1500 bc-ca ad 476 (further back, more generalized; closer, bc=before christ, ad = anno domini (latin for "in the year
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WESTERNClassical Studies 1000ProfWinter

Classics lectures.docx

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25 Apr 2013
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Classics lecture 1- sources for the ancient world. Focuses on the period ca 1500 bc to ca ad 476. These dates are a modern convention, reflecting the m
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Smart People, Nonverbal Communication, Trait Theory

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25 Apr 2013
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It is possible to have either too much or too little confidence. Self-confidence: a general feeling of mastery (personality trait); belief that you can
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Psychological Methods

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25 Apr 2013
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Drive Theory

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25 Apr 2013
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= cofactors (others doing same task rivals) Theories to explain influence others have on performance: social facilitation theory (zajonc, 1965) Beginni
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Team Unity

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25 Apr 2013
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The value attached to the possible outcomes (goals) available to participants in sports and physical activity: anticipate satisfaction and enjoyment fr
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Goal Setting, Dieting

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25 Apr 2013
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Goal setting: a process of establishing a target or objective in specific behavioural terms. November 2, 2011: outcome goals win/lose, performance goal
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Cooperation.docx

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25 Apr 2013
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Reduce competitiveness and experiences of failure in sport; for younger children. Develop positive behaviours and attitudes about sport and reduce or e
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Competition as a Motivator.docx

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25 Apr 2013
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A strong motivational force imbedded in all sporting situations and in many recreational settings as well. However, the coach or leader has very little
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Normative Social Influence, Learned Helplessness

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25 Apr 2013
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Outcome: the result of an event that is interpreted as either success or failure. Analysis: use of previous experience, expectations, perceptions, and
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Gamesmanship, Toshiba, Relaxation Technique

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25 Apr 2013
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The ability to direct and hold thoughts and sense on specific objects, events or feelings: focus on relevant environmental cues (selective attention, m
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WESTERNKinesiology 1088A/BProfWinter

Kinesiology 1088A/B Lecture Notes - Autonomic Nervous System, Hyperintensity, Learned Helplessness

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25 Apr 2013
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October 24, 2011 the intensity of motivation at any particular time. A blend of physiological and psychological activation. Activation or excitation ra
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Vocal Folds, Vocal Tract, Formant

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23 Apr 2013
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When people are talking there are no obvious breaks unless people are pausing when they talk it is also vary fast. You need air coming from your lungs
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Eleanor J. Gibson, Perceptual Learning, Depth Perception

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23 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: The Features, Visual Impairment, Habituation

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23 Apr 2013
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**final- about 14 or 15 questions, study the things that he spent time talking about in class that were not on the other exams. Said it looks to be tha
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Interstimulus Interval, George Sperling, Sensory Memory

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23 Apr 2013
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How many thing that are out there can you perceive at once. Miller: the span of short term memory magic number is 7 (+/- two) You can perceive them all
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cocktail Party, Behaviorism

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23 Apr 2013
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Suggested that attention is a process by which we pick out something in the environment, and bring it forward, letting everything else fall to the back
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Speech Perception, Spectrogram, Phoneme

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23 Apr 2013
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All the theory s discussed are based on how do we perceive individual phonemes. Vowels: have nice pattern; predictable 1:1 nature. We can use categoric
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Interstimulus Interval, Gestalt Psychology, Contact Lens

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23 Apr 2013
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Three cues for picking up direction of sound. Time of arrival: difference between the left and right ear something said on your right side will be hear
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Moon Illusion, Depth Perception, Retina

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23 Apr 2013
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Understanding how we perceive position of things in our environment. Need to have an objective knowledge of how the real world is. Retinal mosaic retin
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Power Law, Subcutaneous Tissue, The Delay

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23 Apr 2013
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The stimulus for taste is the molecules of substances: on to you"re tongue, then you can taste them. Taste shares things with smell, if you cant smell
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Blood Orange, Red, Color Blindness

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23 Apr 2013
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Represent colours that we see in a circular fashion. White is represented in the middle of the circle. A colour is not fully saturated as it gets close
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Basilar Membrane, White Noise, 1000 Fires

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23 Apr 2013
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Has motion that reflects a traveling wave. Reaches a peak and then will die off. Low frequency"s travel farther down the membrane and there peaks are n
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Eardrum, Oval Window, Sound

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23 Apr 2013
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Movement of air molecules caused by vibration. Example the vibration fork (compressing air molecules: molecules go from high pressure/low pressure/high
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Psy, Receiver Operating Characteristic

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23 Apr 2013
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When people want the most amount of hits, they put beta directly in the middle where the two curves meet example. Motivation: pay-off: rewards for righ
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dependent And Independent Variables, False Alarm

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23 Apr 2013
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People report taboo words slower than normal words . Perceptual defense: less willing to report an offensive word, and the taboo words are going to be
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BProfWinter

Psychology 2115A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Absolute Threshold, Psychophysics, Perseveration

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23 Apr 2013
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What is the minimum amount of intensity that the stimulus needs to have until you can sense the stimulus- detection: this is called the absolute thresh
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WESTERNPsychology 2075ProfWinter

Psychology 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Vaginal Lubrication, Bulb Of Vestibule, Female Ejaculation

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19 Apr 2013
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Sexual response typically progresses in three stages, excitement, orgasm, and resolution. Vasocongestion: an accumulation of blood in the blood vessels
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WESTERNPsychology 2075ProfWinter

Psychology 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sexually Transmitted Infection, Genital Wart, Aids

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19 Apr 2013
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Sti-related stigma: awareness that people are judged negatively for contracting and sti. Sti-related shame: the negative feelings that people have abou
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WESTERNPsychology 2075ProfWinter

Psychology 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Chorionic Villus Sampling, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Congenital Heart Defect

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19 Apr 2013
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The egg has no way of movement and is moved by the cilia that lines the fallopian tubes. A women"s cervix secretes mucus that flushes the passage ways
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WESTERNPsychology 2075ProfWinter

Psychology 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Corpus Luteum, Paramesonephric Duct, Cervix

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19 Apr 2013
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Chapter 5: sex hormones, sexual differentiation, and menstruation. Prenatal period: the time from conception to birth. Hormones: chemical substances se
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WESTERNPsychology 2075ProfWinter

Psychology 2075 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Bulb Of Vestibule, Fallopian Tube, Mons Pubis

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19 Apr 2013
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Our attitudes and feelings towards our genitals. People view there genitals both positively and negatively: mostly positively. They usually view themse
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