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MCGILLPSYC 310Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PSYC 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning, Stick Figure

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Chapter 4: verbal, spatial, and fluid abilities: gc, gv, and gf. Reviews studies that have tried to identify some of the processes or operations measur
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MCGILLPSYC 310Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PSYC310 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 Textbook

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MCGILLPSYC 310Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PSYC 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Face Validity, Experimental Psychology, Factor Analysis

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20 Apr 2016
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The search for cognitive processes underlying components of iq: Gs or speech and efficiency of information processing. Thurstone processing speed (gs):
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MCGILLPSYC 310Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PSYC 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Memory Span, Baddeley'S Model Of Working Memory, Latent Variable

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20 Apr 2016
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Chapter 5 associative learning, working memory, and executive control. One second-stratum component of the chc model = gr or retrieval from short-term
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MCGILLPSYC 310Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

PSYC 310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: James Mckeen Cattell, Lewis Terman, Robert Yerkes

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His first task in writing this book was to establish that people differ in intellect. Main part of the book was devoted to establishing the hereditary
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Power Rule, Constant Function, Ion

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F x lim h l 0 f x h f x h. Lim h l 0 c c h. In leibniz notation, we write this rule as follows. Chapter 3 differentiation rules f x x is the line y x,
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Differentiable Function, Farad

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23 Jul 2013
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We previously considered the derivative of a function f at a xed number a : We can change the value of a and replace it with x, we will obtain: Figure
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Difference Quotient, Fax, Hyperbola

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22 Jul 2013
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Amounts to saying that the tangent line is the limiting position of the secant line approaches. Definition the tangent line to the curve the line throu
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Rational Number, Indeterminate Form, Asymptote

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22 Jul 2013
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In sections 2. 2 and 2. 4 we investigated in nite limits and vertical asymptotes. There we let approach a number and the result was that the values of
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Squeeze Theorem, Ator, Special Effect

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21 Jul 2013
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7. lim x l a c c. 8. lim x l a x a. These limits are obvious from an intuitive point of view (state them in words or draw. ), but proofs based on the p
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Intermediate Value Theorem, Classification Of Discontinuities, Oliver Heaviside

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21 Jul 2013
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We noticed in section 2. 3 that the limit of a function as approaches can often be found simply by calculating the value of the function at . Functions
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Macedonian Denar, Central Angle, The Tangent

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20 Jul 2013
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In this section we see how limits arise when we attempt to nd the tangent to a curve or the velocity of an object. The word tangent is derived from the
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

Lecture 7 - 2.2.pdf

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L if we can make the values of by taking x to be suf ciently close to a. Math140 - lecture 7 notes f x arbitrarily close to. L (as close to l as we lik
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Eurovision Song Contest, Farad, Function Composition

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20 Jul 2013
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By applying certain transformations to the graph of a given function we can obtain the graphs of certain related functions. This will give us the abili
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Algebraic Function, Phenylalanine, Cubic Function

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20 Jul 2013
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A characteristic feature of linear functions is that they grow at a constant rate. For and a table of sam- increases by 0. 3. , namely 3, can: note tha
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Even And Odd Functions, Negative Number, Asteroid Family

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20 Jul 2013
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Example 6 find the domain of each function: verbally (description in words, numerically (by a table of values) 1 t x : visually (graph) x 2 x, algebrai
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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Exponential Function, Irrational Number, Rational Number

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MCGILLMATH 140Ewa DumaSummer

MATH 140 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cube Root, Foreign Exchange Market, Farad

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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Industrial Revolution, Liquidus, Magma Chamber

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Epsc201 2006 final exam review section 3&4: the san andreas fault is a transform fault. In the new idea, the relative position of the two ridges remain
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

2004 Final Section 1&2 Q&A

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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anticline, Bridle, Syncline

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Epsc201 2006 final exam review section 5&6: name three sedimentary structures and explain how they form. There is a large number of grains present, for
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Plagioclase, Mantle Wedge, Oceanic Trench

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This causes lines of islands to be formed. This can tell you the past movement of the plates, and how it changed direction if the line segments change
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thrust Fault, Subduction, Himalayas

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Epsc201 2004 final exam review section 5&6: describe the mineralogical changes that occur during the chemical weathering of granite. Granite is much le
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Positron, Banded Iron Formation, Boiling Point

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11 Jul 2013
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Epsc201 2006 final exam review section 5&6: draw a structural cross-section through the andes. Identify two types of faults on the section and explain
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Oceanic Crust, Oceanic Trench, Subduction

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Epsc201 2006 final exam review section 1&2: describe the rst three minutes of the history of the universe. At the beginning stages of the universe, ene
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MCGILLEPSC 201Anthony Williams- JonesFall

EPSC 201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cyanobacteria, Iron Sulfide, Chromosome

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Epsc201 2004 final exam review section 7&8: explain why ridge mountains form in continental rifts. As the ridges get stretched out, they change their g
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MCGILLBIOL 200Richard RoyFall

BIOL 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mutation, Proline, Noncoding Dna

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4 Jul 2013
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Sugar-phosphate backbone on the outside of the double helix. Z dna is also transiently formed shortly after transcription and, as such, is a tag for ac
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MCGILLBIOL 200Richard RoyFall

BIOL 200 Lecture Notes - Ribose, Phosphodiester Bond, Pentose

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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Terror Management Theory, Social Cognition, General Idea

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25 Apr 2013
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Big picture theory of social psyc; influential in last decade. Dissonance, literature revising original idea to theory of self-esteem, self- justificai
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Procedural Knowledge, Implicit Cognition, Implicit-Association Test

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25 Apr 2013
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Final exam: same as midterm but more time. Grading: 50-30 depending on which you do better on more heavily. Coming up with a novel idea for your paper:
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Counterfactual Thinking, Cognitive Dissonance, Existentialism

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25 Apr 2013
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If you miss the deadline, you lose 10% but you have up to an extra week (the 23rd) The idea is to find some interesting articles to read. 15) and then
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Social Cognition, Depth Psychology

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Lecture 21 social construction of the self [27/03/2013] All our thinking is for how to survive in the world and deal with other people. In addition to
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Intersubjectivity, Linguistic Relativity

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25 Apr 2013
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The final is not cumulative everything since the stuff that was on the last midterm. Hockey game example the degree to which we find certain things imp
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Lexical Decision Task, Cognitive Load, Stick Figure

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25 Apr 2013
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In our relationships with other ppl, there is a mixture of different emotions that are involved. When we are thirsty, we buy a bottle of water the goal
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Attitude Change, Flight Attendant

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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Wayne Gretzky, Sephardi Jews, Cognitive Load

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> na ve scientist metaphor: we are all just trying to figure out how the world works. Thinking is for doing motivation tactician metaphor why are we do
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

March 11 - PSYC473.docx

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Self-evaluation: how good/bad am i? comparing ourselves to standards. Self-regulation: control of behaviour: controlling and guiding our behaviour in l
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Lecture Notes - Name–Letter Effect, Implicit Attitude, Narcissistic Personality Inventory

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25 Apr 2013
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Your perception of yourself is not a reflection of reality. Your perception of yourself is not necessarily accurate/realistic. Self-esteem is more comp
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Dissonance, Name–Letter Effect, Social Cognition

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25 Apr 2013
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Implicit self-esteem refers to a person"s disposition to evaluate themselves in a spontaneous, automatic, or unconscious manner. Found that some people
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MCGILLPSYC 473Mark BaldwinWinter

PSYC 473 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Thought Suppression, Fundamental Attribution Error, Hyperaccess

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25 Apr 2013
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Stangor and ruble (1989) argued that stereotype strength determines the stereotype"s impact on memory. Strong stereotypes stereotype-inconsistent infor
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