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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Null Hypothesis, Statistical Inference, Observational Error

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Chapter 13 - understanding research results: statistical inference: inferential statistics are important; whether the results yielded in one experiment
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - External Validity, Factorial Experiment, Internal Validity

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Chapter 14: generalizing results: internal validity refers to the ability to infer that there is a causal relationship, external validity is the extent
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Observational Techniques, Experiment, Random Assignment

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Chapter 11 single case, quasi-experimental, and developmental. These possibilities are much less likely is they treatment has been shown to have an eff
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Nonprobability Sampling, Interpersonal Communication, Operational Definition

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In such cases, participants may be found in the easiest way possible non-probability sampling. Nothing is wrong with this as long as you recognize that
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Lecture Notes - Level Of Measurement, Central Tendency, Frequency Distribution

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Chapter 12 - understanding research results: description and correlation: stats are used for describing data and making inferences on sample data. Scal
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, Fear, Repeated Measures Design

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Increasing the number of levels of an independent variable. Eg look at example 10. 1 on page 187. If a curvilinear relationship is predicted, at least
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Repeated Measures Design, Random Assignment, Dependent And Independent Variables

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Operational Definition, Direct Manipulation Interface, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Variables: variable an event, situation, behavior, or individual characteristic that varies (ie. word length, gender, age), each of these variables rep
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Inter-Rater Reliability, Construct Validity, Fuel Dispenser

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3 Jul 2012
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The most common measurement strategy is to ask people to tell you about themselves. Psychological and neurological responses can be measured as well. R
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Belmont Report, American Psychological Association, Informed Consent

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - American Psychological Association, Psychological Abstracts, Psycinfo

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The motivation to conduct scientific research derives from a natural curiousity about the world. A statement, formulated by the researcher, that makes
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Skeptical Movement, Scientific Modelling, Falsifiability

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Politicians frequently take political positions based on research findings. It can also influence judicial decisions, as exemplified by the social scie
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

chapter 11- Aggression.doc

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Intentional behavior aimed at causing either physical or psychological pain. The key component of aggression is intention; an act is viewed as aggressi
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Closed Wing, Stereotype Threat, Fundamentalism

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Lecture Notes - 18 Months, Pluralistic Ignorance, Motivation

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This theory does not account for altruistic behaviour, as it often involves behaviours that risk the individuals well being. Kin selection: the idea th
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Social Dilemma, Transactive Memory, Communication Problems

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24 Jun 2012
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Group a collection of two or more people who interact with each other and are interdependent, in the sense that their needs and goals cause them to rel
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Leuciscus, Positive Illusions, Interpersonal Attraction

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One of the simplest determinants of interpersonal attraction is proximity. The people who, by change, you see and interact with most often are most lik
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Safe Sex, Theory Of Planned Behavior

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Attitude an evaluation of a person, object or idea. They are evaluative based on the fact that they consist of a positive or negative reaction to somet
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Study Guide - Junk Food, Croissant, Thought Suppression

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Automatic thinking thought that is unconscious, unintentional, involuntary and effortless. Helps us understand new situation by relating them to our pr
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Idiosyncrasy, Social Proof, Mass Psychogenic Illness

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Change in behaviour as result of the real or imagine influence of other people. Knowing why and when people are influenced by others will help us under
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sleep Deprivation, Sarcasm, Fundamental Attribution Error

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24 Jun 2012
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How people communicate intentionally or unintentionally, without word nonverbal cues include facial expressions, tone of voice, gestures, body position
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UTSCPSYB10H3epgSummer

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Social Comparison Theory, Motivation, Self-Awareness

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24 Jun 2012
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Williams james described the basic duality of our perception of self: the self is composed of one"s thoughts and beliefs about oneself. 1: the self is
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Stratification Then Lecture Notes.docx

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Stratification: politics and social complexity both involved. Social complexity: social differentiation (differentiation comes from biology humans are
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Stratification Textbook Lengthy.docx

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Social inequality can be compared to a shipwreck. His hard work turns the island into a thriving colony. Believed that people get rich if they possess
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Health and Medicine Lecture.docx

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Symbolic interactionism does not define deviances in an objective but also in a subjective way. The deviant behaviour is increasingly becoming medicali
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Stratification Lecture Susan Notes.docx

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Social complexity argument jog complexity or occupational complexity. How many distinct occupations do you find in a society. As societies becomes more
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Health & Medicine Textbook 2.docx

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Black death originated in asia and spread through trade routes, killed a third of europes population: cause of the plague was a bacillos that spread fr
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Race Ethnicity Lecture.docx

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Consider greater importance for sociology than in biology. Some scientists believe we all belong to one race and this is in africa. Some people think w
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Families Textbook.docx

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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Health & Medicine Textbook.docx

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Health according to the world health organization, is the ability of an individual to reach his or her potential and to respond positively to changes i
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Families Lecture 8.doc

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Robert sternberg: says the components are passion (erotic attraction), intimacy (confiding in others and shared feelings), and commitment (intention to
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Families Lecture 8 Version 2.docx

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Family is a place where you find particularism and affect (the family provides emotional support) as said by. There are rewards of affect when raising
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Families Lecture 7.docx

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Class has a profound impact on our lives. Life chances increase as you go up the class hierarchy and decreases as you go down the class hierarchy. Memb
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Suicide TB Short.docx

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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Culture TB and Lec Terms.docx

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Sociologists define cluture as the sum of practices, languages, symbols, beliefs, values, ideologies,and material objects that people create to deal wi
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Suicide TB Long.docx

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Suicide appears to be an antisocial and non-antisocial act. Likely focus on individual s state of mind rather than state of society. Emile durkheim: sh
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonSummer

Socialization TB Notes.docx

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Results during primary socialization they don"t rely on others, they become distant and remote and non-communicative. The link b/w mind and body is a f
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

SOCA01H3 Chapter Notes -Protestant Work Ethic, Solidarity, Class Conflict

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5 Mar 2012
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Social solidarity: refers to (1) the degree to which a group members share beliefs and values and (2) the intensity and frequency of their interaction.
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Suicide Lec Part.docx

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Male income for reserve indians , 045: non reserves , 984. Women reserves: , 000: non-reserve 000. Off reserve, higher education achievement; lower un
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UTSCSOCA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonWinter

Sexuality TB notes 2.docx

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Intersexed infants are babies born w/ ambiguous genitals b/c of a hormone imbalance in the wombs or some other cause. A person"s gender comprises the f
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