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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes -Intelligence Quotient, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Criterion Validity

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46-333 Chapter Notes -Coronary Artery Disease, Occupational Stress, Natural Killer Cell

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This is the acute (immediate) response to stress (it uses electrical signals). Higher brain areas (cortex) detect and perceive something as a stressor,
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46-333 Chapter Notes -Behavioral Neuroscience, Single-Photon Emission Computed Tomography, Fluoxetine

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46-333 Lecture Notes - Deinstitutionalisation, Psychosurgery

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46-333 Chapter Notes -Simile, Hyperbole

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46-333 Chapter Notes -Stanley Milgram, Ethnocentrism, Ingroups And Outgroups

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46-333 Lecture Notes - Social Comparison Theory, Stanford Prison Experiment, Social Exchange Theory

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The scientific study of the ways in which the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of one individual are influenced by the real, imagined, or inferred beh
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cyberbullying

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Understand others have different perspectives from their own. No longer believe they are the center of the universe. Self descriptions of 4th grade chi
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Lecture Notes - Retina, Trichromacy, Proprioception

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46-333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Menarche, System Programming, Gonad

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Puberty: all the hormonal and physical changes that contribute to sexual maturity. Takes on an average of five years and today is typically an early te
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes -William Glasser, Glasser'S Choice Theory, Total Quality Management

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There are 3 headings and each theory falls under one of them: Non-directive: democratic discipline, choice theory and positive behaviour. Leadership th
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Naturalistic Observation, Inter-Rater Reliability, Participant Observation

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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive: descriptive research typically invo
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Catatonia, Insanity Defense

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46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Scatter Plot, Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient, Internal Validity

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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive. The correlational strategy does not
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Dependent And Independent Variables, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Complement Factor B

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46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Time Series, Internal Validity, Experiment

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Five basic research strategies: experimental, non-experimental, quasi-experimental, correlational, and descriptive. A researcher can often devise a res
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Confounding, Repeated Measures Design, Regression Analysis

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The defining characteristic of a between-subjects experiment is that it requires separate but equivalent groups of participants for the different treat
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes -Phlegm, Libido

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Psychodynamic: sigmund freud: personality is an individual"s unique thoughts, feelings and behavior that persist over time and different situations, pe
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Professional Code Of Quebec, Institutional Animal Care And Use Committee, Nuremberg Code

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The intentional presentation of misinformation about a study to its participants. The most common form of active deception is misleading participants a
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

Psychology 46-333 memory notes (chap 9)

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Psychology 46-333 motivation notes

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46-333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Habituation, Biofeedback

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46-333 Chapter Notes -Object Permanence, Konrad Lorenz

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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Nomothetic, Behaviorism, Longitudinal Study

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The approach of investigating large groups of people in order to find general laws of behaviour that apply to everyone. Nomos= laws in ancient greek; t
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

Psychology 46-333 emotion notes (ch 13)

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Psychology 46-355 Conformity notes

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Conformity = a change in behaviour due to presence of others where there is no direct request to comply. N. b. this is different from obedience (next s
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U WINDSORPSYC 3330BrownSummer

46-333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Narcolepsy, Hallucinogen, Barbiturate

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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy, Personal Construct Theory, Gestalt Therapy

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Psychoanalytic; dream analysis; free association; structure of personality; stages of development; defense mechanisms. Left frontal lobe; if broca"s is
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes -Dental Assistant, Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning

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Unconditioned stimulus (ucs) a stimulus that automatically elicits a response. (like food) Unconditioned response (ucr) a response to an unconditioned
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Mental Health Professional, Durham Rule, Involuntary Commitment

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During this period, the rights of people with mental illness dominated: neoconservative era, from 1980 to present: a reaction to the liberal reforms of
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Study Guide - American Psychological Association, Mary Whiton Calkins, Noam Chomsky

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Placed human infants into stranger situations in order to examine attachment to parents. When 1-year-old infants were left in the care of a stranger, t
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Cognitive Disorder, Childhood Disintegrative Disorder

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Developmental psychopathology is the study of how disorders arise and change with time. In general, childhood is associated with significant developmen
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Purim, Psychoactive Drug, Reinforcement

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Causes and treatment of substance-related disorders (chapter 10) Alcoholism has been demonstrated to have a genetic component, especially among men. Se
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Brief Psychotic Disorder, Thought Disorder, Delusional Disorder

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Onset early, poor prognosis. : eugen bleuler, a swiss psychiatrist. First to introduce the term schizophrenia; a term derived from the greek words for
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

Psychology 46-355 Personality Disorders

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Knowledge of whether the client is male or female can influence whether a client receives one personality disorder diagnosis over another. For example,
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Epworth Sleepiness Scale, Binge Eating Disorder, Periodic Limb Movement Disorder

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Death rate for eating disorders is highest for any psychological disorder, including depression. 20% of people w/anorexia nervosa die as a result of th
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder, Gender Dysphoria, Sexual Arousal

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46-355 Lecture Notes - Major Depressive Episode, Major Depressive Disorder, Mania

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46-355 Lecture Notes - Dissociative Identity Disorder, Psychogenic Amnesia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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No identifiable medical condition causing the physical complaints: hypochondriasis refers to physical complaints without a clear cause, and partic ular
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U WINDSORPSYC 3550CochranSummer

46-355 Lecture Notes - Panic Attack, Panic Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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Anxiety, fear, and panic: anxiety - mood state characterized by tension, apprehension of future danger or misfortune. In humans, anxiety may be express
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