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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Gene Targeting, Determinism, Genetically Modified Organism

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20 Apr 2016
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Heritability, genetic determinism, iq, sex, criminality & racism. People thing genetics is something you can"t change not true. Nothing is genetically
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mesolimbic Pathway, Reproductive Isolation, Meiosis

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20 Apr 2016
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Lecture 8 reproductive behavior: passing on your genes. Reproductive behaviors are the most impt from evolutionary sense: they directly affect fitness.
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

PSY352H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Animal Language, African Elephant, Song And Dance

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20 Apr 2016
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Across different species all modalities are used for communication. Comunication in the african elephant: elephants can recognize each other by voice.
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Counterculture, Reaction Formation, Antonio Gramsci

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20 Apr 2016
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Lecture 8 subcultural & social learning theories of deviance. Key component of culture are the norms & values that they hold. Values are important as t
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Individualism, Ritualism In The Church Of England, Mechanical And Organic Solidarity

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20 Apr 2016
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Refers to disorder, conflict or crime as anomie (anomie comes from the greek word. He presumes that society is all about norms; without norms, things g
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psychopathy, Demonology

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20 Apr 2016
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The world around us is physical & social. Physical world has laws that preserve order (ex. gravity); these laws are repetitive (ex. throw ball in air 6
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Personality Disorder, Remorse, Reality Principle

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20 Apr 2016
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Social darwinism: herbert spencer darwins natural selection . Lecture 5 biological & psychological perspectives of crime. Darwin didn"t want to apply t
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Beccaria, Immanuel Kant

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20 Apr 2016
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Lecture 3 classical schools of criminology utilitarianism. 16th century onward; idea that there was no god. State of nature: pre-government = no legal
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UTMSOC211H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC211H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: W. I. Thomas, Acculturation, Social Disorganization Theory

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20 Apr 2016
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Concentric zone theory robert ezra park & burgess* The zones were called ecological zones = b/c they"re subject to ecological pressures. Certain ppl li
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Behaviorism, Dog Bites Man, Sociolinguistics

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19 Apr 2016
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Language & the scientific study of language development. Chapter 1 introduction to the study of language development. Language systematic & conventiona
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Language Delay, Critical Period Hypothesis, Feral Child

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19 Apr 2016
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Chapter 2 biological bases of language development. Looking at if language is uniquely human 3 kinds of investigations: Studies that compare humans to
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Comparison Theory, Hypervigilance, System On A Chip

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19 Apr 2016
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Lecture 9 the self & intimate relationships. Self has many components & is relational; self is affected by intrxns w/ caregivers. Over time, self is in
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture 10: Lecture 10 – The Self

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19 Apr 2016
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Lecture 10 the self & intimate relationships ii. How the self regulates behaviour in intimate relationships. Thus, intimate relationships provide a con
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UTMSOC310H5Abigail SaloleWinter

SOC310H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Squeegee Man, Endangerment, The Residents

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5 Apr 2016
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Volatile and contradictory" context is obscuring the purpose of youth justice (co-existence between: neo-liberalism/neoconservatism) Foucauldian approa
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UTMSOC310H5Abigail SaloleWinter

SOC310H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Heavy Metal Music, Paternalism, Psych

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5 Apr 2016
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Self-Awareness, Hubris, System On A Chip

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9 Feb 2016
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Lecture 6 self awareness & self-consciousness: the situation & 2. Self awareness has diff levels - duality of self. Self concept: content of self, our
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Terror Management Theory, Noam Chomsky, Belongingness

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9 Feb 2016
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Subjective appraisal of self as positive or negative; overall attitude towards self. Evaluation of your self worth extent to which u see self as +, com
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Eating Disorder, Self-Control, System On A Chip

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9 Feb 2016
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Refers to the self"s capacity to alter its behaviour in accordance to some. Self regulation lets us pick soc conscience > selfish impulses we standards
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UTMPSY325H5Will HuggonFall

PSY325H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mnemic, Ingroups And Outgroups, Agreeableness

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9 Feb 2016
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonFall

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Load, Handsfree, Arien

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8 Feb 2016
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Attention the ability to focus on specific stimuli or location. Perception can only be achieved through without the cognitive mechanism of attention. S
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonFall

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Visual Cortex, Neuropsychology, Light From Above

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8 Feb 2016
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Perception: experiences resulting from stimulation of the senses. Perception is a process; can change based on added info & can involve reasoning. It o
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonFall

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Retina, Radioactive Tracer, Santiago Ramón Y Cajal

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8 Feb 2016
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture 5: Learning Words.docx

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20 Apr 2015
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture 10: Language Development in Special Populations.docx

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20 Apr 2015
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Special populations: sensory deficits, language development & deafness, language development & blindness, cognitive disorders, downs syndrome, williams
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture 6: The Development of Syntax.docx

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20 Apr 2015
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture 9: Childhood Bilingualism.docx

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20 Apr 2015
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UTMPSY315H5Judy PlantingaSpring

PSY315H5 Lecture 7: Learning to Use Language.docx

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20 Apr 2015
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