OC1381651

University of Toronto Mississauga

Elite Note Taker
150Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (150)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

OC138165128 Page
4 Dec 2017
0
Independent variable (x: explanatory variable, the cause and factor of the phenomenon. We should however remain open to the possibilitary that there is
View Document
UTMMAT232H5Huan VoSpring

MAT232H5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 16 pages long!)

OC138165116 Page
11 Oct 2017
0
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

OC138165128 Page
11 Oct 2017
0
Independent variable (x: explanatory variable, the cause and factor of the phenomenon. We should however remain open to the possibilitary that there is
View Document
UTMCSC148H5Tiffany TongFall

CSC148H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Init, Purr, Programming Paradigm

OC13816513 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
View Document
UTMCSC148H5Tiffany TongFall

CSC148H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Init

OC13816513 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
View Document
UTMCSC108H5Daniel ZingaroFall

CSC108H5 Lecture 1: CSC108 Lecture 2 Shell Log

OC13816513 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
# we use booleans to tell us whether or not a condition holds. # the above are examples of relational operators. # the relational operators compare the
View Document
UTMCSC108H5Daniel ZingaroFall

CSC108H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Llvm, Standard Streams

OC13816513 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
View Document
UTMSTA256H5Alvaro Nosedal- Sanchez

STA256H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Empty Set, Almost Surely, Sample Space

OC13816512 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
Defining experiment, outcomes, sample space, and sample point. The results, namely h (heads) and t (tails) are called outcomes. There are only two outc
View Document
UTMSTA256H5Alvaro Nosedal- Sanchez

STA256H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sample Space

OC13816513 Page
16 Sep 2017
0
A survey is made of a population to find out how many of them own a home, how many own a car and how many are married. Let h, c and m stand respectivel
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Fred Dretske, Artificial Flower, Microsoft Word

OC13816512 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Midlife Crisis, John Bowlby, Menopause

OC138165115 Page
23 May 2017
0
Developmental psychology is concerned with the course and causes of developmental changes over a person"s entire lifetime. What does genetic influence
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Cognitive Dissonance, Implicit-Association Test, Murder Of Kitty Genovese

OC13816519 Page
23 May 2017
0
Unit 14 social psychology notes: attributing behavior to persons or to situations 644, attribution theory fritz heider. The cause of behavior is either
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Etiology, Genetic Linkage, Dysthymia

OC13816517 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Autonomic Nervous System, Fugue State, Antisocial Personality Disorder

OC13816513 Page
23 May 2017
0
Psychological disorder: atypical behavior: not enough in itself, disturbing: varied with time and culture, maladaptive: harmful to oneself or others, j
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Rollo May, Human Nature

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Noam Chomsky, Robert Sternberg, Mainspring

OC138165111 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Normative Social Influence, Solomon Asch, Cognitive Dissonance

OC13816512 Page
23 May 2017
0
Unit 14 social psychology notes (these go with ch. 16 of psychology by david myers with a different page number system. The same concepts are on the po
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Social Exchange Theory, Murder Of Kitty Genovese, Storge

OC13816512 Page
23 May 2017
0
Proximity someone near to you more likely to be friend (most powerful predictor) Speed dating research finds that 4 minutes is enough time to form a go
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Minority Influence, Social Control, Scapegoating

OC13816513 Page
23 May 2017
0
He found that when no one in the decision-making group wants to disturb harmony, people will just go along on a bad decision. Some american political d
View Document
UTMHIS263Y5Brian GettlerFall

HIS263Y5 Chapter 7: Combined-Notes-Ancient-History

OC13816516 Page
23 May 2017
0
Ancient history day 1 notes ancient egypt & middle east. Egypt: rise of egypt due in part to climate change in the sahara, pushed more people into the
View Document
UTMHIS263Y5Brian GettlerFall

HIS263Y5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Mawangdui, Teachings Of Falun Gong

OC13816512 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Dependent And Independent Variables, Spurious Relationship, Theory X And Theory Y

OC13816516 Page
23 May 2017
0
We normally investigate our theories but while we can gain confidence in them, we can never prove them: multiple empirical tests favouring the theory w
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Falsifiability, Null Hypothesis, Scientific Method

OC13816513 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Positive Statement, Treatment And Control Groups, Internal Validity

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
Obstacles to establishing causality: reverse causality and simultaneous relationship, confounding variables an apparent relationship between x and y ma
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Regression Analysis, Participant Observation, Statistical Inference

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Random Assignment, Dependent And Independent Variables, Confounding

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
The relevance of laboratory experiments in political science. When political scientists design their research, they design strategies that can be used
View Document
UTMPOL322Y5Ronald BeinerFall

POL322Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rela, Telephone Call, Clientelism

OC13816515 Page
23 May 2017
0
Negative advertisement on voter turnout: therorietically there are three possibilitieis, might increase voter turnout, possibility that advertisement d
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mental Rotation, Epiphenomenon, Auditory Cortex

OC138165112 Page
23 May 2017
0
Prototype, exemplar, hybrid: typicality and basic-level preference, hierarchical semantic network, connectionist model, sensory-functional hypothesis,
View Document
UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Speech Perception, Behavioralism, Mcgurk Effect

OC138165113 Page
23 May 2017
0
Chapter 11: chapter 12, assignment due apr 7. Essay is due by friday this week - submit on blackboard. Ra positions are still open, due this week. Fina
View Document
UTMMAT232H5Huan VoSpring

MAT232H5 Lecture 1: Lecture 1-10.1

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMMAT232H5Huan VoSpring

MAT232H5 Lecture 2: Lecture 2-parametric curves

OC13816516 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMMAT232H5Huan VoSpring

MAT232H5 Lecture 4: Lecture 4-10.4 polar coordinates

OC13816514 Page
23 May 2017
0
View Document
UTMHIS263Y5Brian GettlerFall

HIS263Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Some Cities, Trench Foot, Chemical Warfare

OC13816512 Page
28 Apr 2017
0
Canada automatically entered into ww1 after britain went to war with germany. Extremely heavy casualties for canada"s small population of 8m. Sense of
View Document
UTMHIS263Y5Brian GettlerFall

HIS263Y5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Pierre Trudeau, Petro-Canada, Biculturalism

OC13816516 Page
17 Apr 2017
0
The exam consists of 5 questions and there is no choice. 2 of the 5 are from the mock exams (prepare solid answers for those) Other three are from the
View Document
UTMPOL214Y5David PondFall

[POL214Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (79 pages long)

OC138165179 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Constitution: establishes the machinery and instruments of government. Reflects the beliefs, political culture of the political community. British nort
View Document
UTMBIO153H5Christoph RichterWinter

[BIO153H5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 90 pages long Study Guide!

OC138165190 Page
30 Mar 2017
0
Are they the same species: they are the same species, both mallards (distinctive characteristics due to different sex, so(cid:373)e o(cid:396)ga(cid:37
View Document
UTMCHM120H5Judith C PoeFall

[CHM120H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (80 pages long)

OC138165180 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
Bond energy: nrg required to break a bond. Covalent bonds: electrons are shared by nuclei. Most widely accepted method for determining electronegativit
View Document
UTMSTA221H5Olga FraserFall

[STA221H5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

OC138165124 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
View Document
UTMHIS263Y5Brian GettlerFall

[HIS263Y5] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 73 pages long Study Guide!

OC138165173 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
View Document
UTMBIO152H5Maria ArtsFall

[BIO152H5] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (42 pages long!)

OC138165142 Page
29 Mar 2017
0
Base substitution in dna is missense mutation. Mutations: change in dna sequence, linked to evolution mutations are new source of information: natural
View Document