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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15/16: Encopresis, Rumination Syndrome, Behaviour Therapy

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12 Dec 2016
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Body dysmorphic disorder: people have very distorted view of specific body part and feel everyone is being derogatory about them. Depressive disorders:
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Scientific Method, Scientific Consensus, Decision Matrix

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12 Dec 2016
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Review sheet for bio 112 final exam review all previous sheets and this sheet (this sheet has new information since last test need to know details abou
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Study Guide - Final Guide: Scientific Method, Estuary, Brainstorming

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12 Dec 2016
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Neoclassical economics: examines consumer choices and explains market prices in terms of our preferences for units of particular commodities. Economy:
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UTSOC-100Dr.SchubertFall

SOC-100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fecundity, Natural Environment, Sick Role

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6 Dec 2016
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Education: the social institution through which society provides its members important knowledge. Schooling: formal instruction under the direction of
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Schizotypal Personality Disorder, Dependent Personality Disorder

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6 Dec 2016
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Delusions: one of the symptoms of schizophrenia; false beliefs or exaggerations held despite evidence to the contrary, such as the idea that one is a f
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Borderline Personality Disorder, Operant Conditioning, Virtual Reality

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6 Dec 2016
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System

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29 Nov 2016
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Psychology is the science of understanding individuals. Psyche comes from the greek for mind. Both a clinical practice and a science. Clinical: service
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Primary Production, Phosphorus Cycle, Ecological Footprint

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29 Nov 2016
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1. environment: the sum total of our surroundings, including all of the living things and non-living things with which we interact. 2. environmental sc
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UTSOC-100Dr.SchubertFall

[SOC 100] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (33 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Gender: social construction tells people what they ought to be based on their sex. Gender identity: being male or female: gender and sex don"t always c
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UTSOC-100Dr.SchubertFall

SOC-100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Penile Cancer, Medicalization, Nuclear Family

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16 Nov 2016
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UTSOC-100Dr.SchubertFall

SOC-100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Cultural Lag, Jean Piaget, Cultural Capital

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16 Nov 2016
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Du bois: race as the major problem facing the united states in the 20th century: criticism: negative view on human nature. Feminism and gender-conflict
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UTSOC-100Dr.SchubertFall

SOC-100 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Social Mobility, Ritualism In The Church Of England, The Affluent Society

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16 Nov 2016
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Gender: social construction tells people what they ought to be based on their sex. Gender identity: being male or female: gender and sex don"t always c
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Life Satisfaction, Display Rules, Facial Feedback Hypothesis

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16 Nov 2016
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Expressive suppression: a response-focused strategy for regulating emotion that involves a deliberate attempt to inhibit the outward manifestation of a
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Kin Selection, Social Exchange Theory, Anthony Greenwald

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16 Nov 2016
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Stereotypes: schemas of how people are likely to behave based simply on groups to which they belong. In-group/out-group bias: the tendency to show posi
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Confounding, Statistical Inference, Blind Experiment

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16 Nov 2016
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Psychology is social science: which studies humans, both as individuals and as groups. What we believe and what the world is actually like are two diff
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Spermarche, Degenerative Disease, Puberty

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16 Nov 2016
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3-5 of the fetal stage: prenatal programming: the process by which events in the womb alter the development of physical and psychological health, terat
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Divergent Thinking

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16 Nov 2016
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Moral Treatment, Medicine Man, Humanistic Psychology

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16 Nov 2016
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Psychology is the science of understanding individuals. Psyche comes from the greek for mind. Both a clinical practice and a science. Clinical: service
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Conditioned Taste Aversion, Ethology, Latent Learning

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16 Nov 2016
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Bandura"s bobo doll experiment-social learning: goal to see if social behaviors can be acquired by observation and imitation, independent variable (typ
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Repressed Memory, Prefrontal Cortex, Forgetting Curve

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16 Nov 2016
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Implicit memory: the type of memory made up of knowledge based on previous experience, such as skills we perform automatically once we have mastered th
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Color Vision, Optic Chiasm, Detection Theory

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16 Nov 2016
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Sense organs transform information from its physical form into a new impulse and transmit it to the brain. Sensation and perception are all about takin
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cerebellum, Aphasia, Pituitary Gland

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16 Nov 2016
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Page 3t-5 diagram with lobes/ look at all of those diagrams. Differences in the length of dna sequence represent a genetic marker. Genes are switched o
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UTPSY-200Patti BarrowsFall

PSY-200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Conjunction Fallacy, Critical Thinking, Availability Heuristic

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16 Nov 2016
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Deductive reasoning: reasoning from general statements of what is known to specific conclusions. Inductive reasoning: reasoning to general conclusions
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UTPHL-225Wilson UnderkufflerFall

PHL-225 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Manichaeism, Vishvarupa, Disjunctive Syllogism

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16 Nov 2016
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Direct realist: direct access via sense experience to what is real. Things we see, smells, touch, taste, hear are real. Socrates: 400 bc philosophy tea
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UTPHL-225Wilson UnderkufflerFall

PHL-225 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Pineal Gland, Fallacy, Noble Lie

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16 Nov 2016
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This means that we and everything else are, in some sense, dependent upon. Descartes first and second mediations and six. Judao christianity: adopted s
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Local Extinction, Bycatch, Wildlife Trade

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16 Nov 2016
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Review sheet for bio 112 test 2. Bolded terms are terms you should definitely know the definition of. Italics indicate in class or out of class activit
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Toothpaste, Genetic Drift, Meiosis

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16 Nov 2016
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Artificial selection: we have conducted selection under our own direction. Biological diversity/biodiversity: variety of life across all levels, includ
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ecosystem Services, Community Management, Overgrazing

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16 Nov 2016
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecocentrism, Categorical Imperative, Environmental Policy

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16 Nov 2016
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1. environment: the sum total of our surroundings, including all of the living things and non-living things with which we interact. 2. environmental sc
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Carbon Footprint, Kyoto Protocol, Carbon Tax

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16 Nov 2016
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Climate models: programs that combine what is known about atmospheric circulation, ocean circulation, atmospheric-ocean interactions, and feedback cycl
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Overexploitation, Schinus Terebinthifolia, Biodiversity Hotspot

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16 Nov 2016
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Red list: updated list of species facing high risks of extinction. Habitat fragmentation: habitat loss occurs by gradual, piecemeal degradation. Conser
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UTBIO 112MadoskyFall

BIO 112 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Landscape Ecology, Aquifer, Kinetic Energy

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16 Nov 2016
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Watershed: the land areas that funnels water to the bay through rivers, hypoxia: creates dead zones in the bay. Dynamic equilibrium: state reached when
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