OC1353124

University of California - Los Angeles

18Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (18)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

[PSYCH 130] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (27 pages long)

OC135312427 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Developmental theories need to: describe, explain, predict, describing the development of a child allows us to explain and see what drives these change
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

[LIFESCI 2] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (38 pages long!)

OC135312438 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Biology is a hierarchy of smaller units that compose the largest things in the universe. Hierarchy of organisms: atoms the simplest unit of patter. App
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Pacifier, Visual Acuity, Almost Surely

OC13531244 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Looking experiments: baby is presented with visual stimuli and measured on how long and where they tend to look i. e. peanuts experiment babies tend to
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Parenting, Egocentrism, Lev Vygotsky

OC13531245 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Developmental theories need to: describe, explain, predict, describing the development of a child allows us to explain and see what drives these change
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Prenatal Development, Genetic Code, Twin

OC13531243 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Reproduction: sperm and egg (gametes) have 23 chromosomes, the zygote (fused) has 23 chromosome pairs. 23rd determine gender: develops from a single ce
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Confounding, Operational Definition, Informed Consent

OC13531243 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Scientific method: formulate a research question, develop a hypothesis, test the hypothesis, draw conclusions, make findings available. Structured obse
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ejaculation, Prefrontal Cortex, Spermarche

OC13531243 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Reflexes are inborn, automatic responses to a form of stimulation: crying, grasping, walking, swimming. Motor development: development time varies, stu
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Enolase, Glyceraldehyde 3-Phosphate, Citric Acid Cycle

OC13531244 Page
16 Feb 2017
0
Convert light energy to chemical energy to synthesize food compounds. Obtain energy by processing the chemical energy in an organic compound i. e. carb
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

[LIFESCI 2] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

OC135312434 Page
7 Feb 2017
4
Biology is a hierarchy of smaller units that compose the largest things in the universe. Hierarchy of organisms: atoms the simplest unit of patter. App
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Reuptake, Snake Venom, Stimulant

OC13531243 Page
4 Feb 2017
3
Life examples cont: familial hyper cholesterolemia. No metabolism of cholesterol from the blood. Cholesterol is packaged in ldl (low-density lipoprotei
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Competitive Inhibition, Glycogen, Amylase

OC13531245 Page
4 Feb 2017
1
In a closed system not matter enters or leaves. With the conversion of nutrients, we get desired, usable molecules and waste products that are excreted
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Endocytosis, Cytosol, Covalent Bond

OC13531246 Page
4 Feb 2017
1
Any substance that passes through the plasma membrane is available at any time in any amount. However, substances that travel through the protein are n
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Lipid Bilayer, Osmosis, Paracellular Transport

OC13531245 Page
23 Jan 2017
0
Cytoskeleton: network of fibers that aid in structure and activities in the cell, cell movement, types. Microtubules: act as railroads for motor protei
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cell Membrane, Ribosome, Photosynthesis

OC13531243 Page
22 Jan 2017
3
Prokaryotes are unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus and membrane bound organelles. Eukaryotes contain membrane bound organelles and nucleus. They
View Document
UCLAPSYCH 130ankowskiFall

PSYCH 130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tabula Rasa, Child Development, Natural Selection

OC13531246 Page
19 Jan 2017
5
Child development -- study dedicated to understanding the changes through adolescence. Child development is part of a larger field known as development
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Polymerization, Uracil, Galactose

OC13531244 Page
16 Jan 2017
3
Carbohydrates: source of energy, easily accessible cell surface receptor that determines blood type, structural components, four major categories. Comp
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Alpha And Beta Carbon, Amine, Hydrophile

OC13531244 Page
13 Jan 2017
3
Chemical bonds: covalent sharing of electrons, ionic attraction between oppositely charged atoms, hydrogen attraction between a partial positive hydrog
View Document
UCLALIFESCI 2Arnold, A.P., Esdin, J.Fall

LIFESCI 2 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Stanislavski'S System, Organism, Endocrine System

OC13531242 Page
13 Jan 2017
3
Biology is a hierarchy of smaller units that compose the largest things in the universe. Hierarchy of organisms: atoms the simplest unit of patter. App
View Document