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WLUPS398Terry MitchellWinter

PS398 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Data Analysis, Interpersonal Communication, Pragmaticism

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7 Mar 2014
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Assume a dynamic reality can only be captured with intensive engagement. Bricolage: a pieced-together, tightly woven whole greater than the sum of its
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WLUPS398Terry MitchellWinter

PS398 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Audit Trail, Semiotics, A Priori And A Posteriori

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7 Mar 2014
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Multimethod in focus, involving an interpretive, naturalistic approach to its subject matter qualitative researchers study things in their natural sett
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WLUBU247Orest BozykFall

BU247 Study Guide - Final Guide: Balanced Scorecard, Management Accounting, Fixed Cost

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14 Dec 2013
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Rules and format prescribed by the international accounting standards board. Rely on info provided by middle level managers to develop an overall finan
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Stimulus Control, Discrimination Learning, Color Vision

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14 Dec 2013
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Both thorndike and skinner recognized that instrumental responses and reinforcers occur in the presence of a particular stimuli; these stimuli can come
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Classical Conditioning, B. F. Skinner, Reinforcement

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14 Dec 2013
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The motivation of instrumental behaviour has been considered from two perspectives: thorndike"s. Each approach has identified interesting ideas, but ne
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reinforcement, Slot Machine, Washing Machine

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14 Dec 2013
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Reinforcement Learning, Reinforcement, B. F. Skinner

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14 Dec 2013
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In instrumental behaviour, responding is necessary to produce a desired environmental outcome the behaviour will occur as similar actions produced the
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Latent Inhibition, Classical Conditioning, Fear Conditioning

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14 Dec 2013
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Corneal Reflex, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Fear Conditioning

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14 Dec 2013
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If human and nonhuman animals only had the behavioural mechanisms described in chapter 2, they would remain rather limited in the things that they coul
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Startle Response, Reflex Arc, Supernormal Stimulus

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14 Dec 2013
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Elicited behaviour, habituation and sensitization sensory interneuron motor neuron these make up the reflex arc. Elicited behaviour is behaviour that o
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofFall

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tabula Rasa, Pineal Gland, Reflexology

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14 Dec 2013
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WLUBU288Zhenfeng MaFall

Organizational Behaviour Final Exam Notes

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16 Aug 2013
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Evidence-based management translating principles based on the best scientific evidence into organization practices. Hypothesis formal statement of the
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