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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Relationship Counseling

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Each form will take different forms at different points in our relationships. It has been suggested that the two major classes of love that you will ex
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Road Rage

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Put together in the late 30s, early 40s. It suggested that frustration was the emotion that people will experience when their progress towards a goal w
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

march 27 2012- psych 215.docx

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In terms of predicting who you may be getting together with, proximity is the basis of getting together. You are much more likely to get together with
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

march 20 2012- psych 215.docx

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In order to maintain your good mood, you will be more agreeable. If themes of empathy are characterizing your feeling towards someone, you might want t
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - The Selfish Gene, Chat Room, Murder Of Kitty Genovese

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Milgram then looked at the parameters of obedience. He found that we do not obey all of the time. Emotional distance is a factor (if he is right next t
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Photocopier, Sick Building Syndrome, Reproductive Synchrony

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Whenever you will be doing something a little different from the norm, chances are people will ask why. This is a mild implicit attack, and we only do
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Physical Attractiveness, Jet Lag, The Peripheral

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A lot of work in persuasion has been done in trying to understand advertising. Political campaigns are also another form of persuasion. Elements of an
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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People who follow these rules are engaging in pro-social behaviour. Whenever someone does something nice to you, it sets up a debt. You feel the need o
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Gender Role

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The idea whether choices are made freely or not is not something social psychologists often discuss. One possibility in decision-making is to add up th
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Shelley E. Taylor, Paraplegia, Mind Control

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The study was criticized because it was said that the way it was conducted limited the number of conclusions that can be drawn from it. They said that
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Positive Illusions, Learned Helplessness, Basking In Reflected Glory

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The notion that people learn about themselves from other people. But if we learned everything about ourselves from other people, then there wouldn"t be
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Whist, David Buss, The Main Point

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A lot of studies are concerned with how much about you was shaped by what is around you and how much is inherent? (2) The chances are the both nature a
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Cocktail Party, Self-Perception Theory, Borderline Personality Disorder

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Images or representations that we want others to have of us. Something that is not necessarily entirely stable; it changes over time. Maybe the idea th
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Human Penis Size, United States Marine Corps, Scientific Method

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Us marines probe video of men urinating on taliban corpses: probably would not happen if there was only one soldier alone. Download pcs, hold an ice cu
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - The Control Group, Cegep, Design Of Experiments

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Story: about divulging his sins during confession and feeling so good about it after. Usually we feel better when we finally disclose something negativ
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Reductionism, Startle Response, Psychophysics

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Turning the clock back to the early 1900s, the type of questions important in psychology (just a science) were: Psychophysics: how long it takes you to
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Thalamus, Microsoft Powerpoint, Social Rejection

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Sometimes a trigger will create an emotion one day, but later the same stimuli will not evoke the same emotion. For example, if you are pushed over you
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Microsoft Powerpoint, Normative Social Influence, Tangled

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{articles: experimental design of the studies done in the assigned articles, as well as the main finding of the studies}. The order in which we process
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Likert Scale

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Sometimes you will have a mild-valenced reaction to something, and sometimes it will be strong. Certain topics elicit more intense attitudes (eg: abort
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Deindividuation, Groupthink

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For example, social psychologists would not define our class as being a group. The first thing that leads to it is the illusion of invincibility. This
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing, Thought Suppression, Operational Definition

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The further you are removed from an event that causes an emotion, the less intense the emotion will be. About 4% of a population meets the diagnostic c
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - Fundamental Attribution Error, Fritz Heider, Social Cognition

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Different kinds of things that go on in your head when you make certain behaviour choices. If the cost of a decision is far enough removed, we don"t se
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Lecture Notes - The Stereotypes

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Stereotypes are generally moulded by your first encounter. It seems that as soon as we see ourselves as belonging to a certain group, we being to see a
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Narcissism, Sony Crackle, Binge Eating

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A group is a collection of people, usually people who are doing or being something together. Some groups seem more like groups than others do. Diverse
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Realistic Conflict Theory, Self Esteem (Song), Scapegoating

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Abcs of intergroup relationships: prejudice, discrimination and stereotypes. Prejudice is a negative attitude or feeling towards an individual based so
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Social Rejection, Ostracism, Dukkha

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The need to be with others is evolutionarily beneficial. Warren jonesd: 1989: no one wants to have no friends. Need to belong: the desire to form and m
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Casual Sex, Open Relationship, Libido

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Chapter 12: close relationships: passion, intimacy and sexuality. Passionate love: having strong feelings of longing, desire, and excitement towards a
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Twin, Nechama Tec, Egotism

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Chapter 9: pro-social behaviour: doing what"s best for others. Doing something that is good for other people or for society as a whole. Some textbooks
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

Textbook Chapter 10.docx

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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gordon Allport, Edward Thorndike, Albert Bandura

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Attitudes are ideas that often determine how people will act. Beliefs are pieces of information (facts and opinions) about something. Attitudes are glo
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sub-Saharan Africa, Psychophysiology, Internal Validity

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Textbook chapter 1: the mission and the method. World peace is a mission for many, but often times this is too idealistic. See pages 2 and 3 for many e
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Thermostat, Dishwasher, Death Drive

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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Reinforcement, Asian Americans, Status Quo Bias

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Emotion: a full-blown, conscious state that includes an evaluative reaction to some event. Mood: a feeling state that is not entirely linked to some ev
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Bus Driver, Hindsight Bias, Timothy Wilson

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The self is an important tool with which the human organism makes its way through human society and thereby manages to satisfy its needs. To be effecti
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

Textbook Chapter 2.docx

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These stories are important because they suggest limits to the power of socialization. In the 1970s and 1980s, psychologists accepted that the differen
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MCGILLMIMM 466VariousWinter

MIMM 466 Study Guide - Final Guide: Coronavirus, Endogenous Retrovirus, Subtypes Of Hiv

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This is extremely difficult: this high mutation rates results in an instability of epitopes. Hiv into the body: 3) circumcision, 5 none of the above, u
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MCGILLMIMM 466VariousWinter

Solutions - MIMM 466 Final Examination, 2005.doc

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Impact of zonae on viral infection: here, we have a day 2 embryo (2 cell) Susceptibility of fertilized mouse eggs to minute virus of mice. Involved in
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MCGILLMIMM 466VariousWinter

Solutions - MIMM 466 Final Examination, 2002.doc

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Solutions mimm 466 final examination, 2002: 1 burkitt"s lymphoma and nasopharyngeal carcinoma a. It also causes a polyclonal b cell lymphocytic leukemi
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MCGILLMIMM 466VariousWinter

Practice Questions Midterm Baines.doc

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MCGILLMIMM 466VariousWinter

Baines Questions.doc

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1 which of the following is not caused by a paramyxovirus: measles, mumps, rubella, rsv. 2 the natural reservoir for nipah (hendra) virus is: humans, p
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