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UTMPSY354H5Brett BestonWinter

PSY354H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Umbilical Cord, Genital Tubercle, Labia Minora

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Prenatal development: x and y make the difference. Sex refer to the biological aspects of being male, female or intersexed, Gender refer to the behavio
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UTMPSY354H5Brett BestonWinter

PSY354H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gonadotropin, Ovulation, Posterior Pituitary

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26 Mar 2017
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UTMPSY354H5Brett BestonWinter

PSY354H5 Lecture 1: Lecture 1- PSY354

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9 Mar 2017
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Sex : one of the important fundamental of behaviour that all animals share. Lecture 1 : the biopsychology of sex: fighting, fleeing, fornicating, Why s
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Impulsivity, Truancy, Dsm-5

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17 Dec 2016
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According to the video large amount of cortisol over long periods of time can actually make you sick. Cortisol is a stress hormone and high amount of c
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

[PSY340H5] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (57 pages long)

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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pain Disorder, Somatic Symptom Disorder, Etiology

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15 Sep 2016
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Disorders which you perceive a physical illness even though there is no actual physical illness or organic cause. This is largely due to psychological
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Neuroimaging, Cyclothymia

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15 Sep 2016
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They are usually exhausted , tend to complain a lot , neglect personal hygiene. Signs and symptoms of depression vary across life span. A manic episode
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Homeostasis, Health Psychology, Peer Pressure

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15 Sep 2016
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Psychological issues can lead to physiological damage: salient example: ulcers (can be caused indirectly by stress) Stress and illness: hand selye deve
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Demonology, Mental Disorder, Psychopathology

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15 Sep 2016
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Psychopathology : field that is concerned with development of the abnormal behaviour, thought, feeling etc. Abnormal behaviour included statistical inf
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reductionism, Biological Process, Deep Brain Stimulation

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15 Sep 2016
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Paradigm : set of basic assumption which define and conceptualize a subject. It specify what problem will scientist will investigate. Paradigms indicat
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Relaxation Technique, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Comorbidity

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15 Sep 2016
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Anxiety : unpleasant feeling of fear and apprehension: persistent uncontrollable worry = main theme, anxiety can be adaptive for some ones survival, if
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cyclothymia, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Hypomania

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15 Sep 2016
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People can frequently end up in entertainment disorder. Depression: people who are depressed they blame themselves for all their shortcoming. Where nor
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Gynophobia, Mood Disorder, Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder

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15 Sep 2016
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Anxiety is an unpleasant emotional state ranging from mild unease to intense fear. A certain amount of anxiety, however is normal and serves importance
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Milgram Experiment, Mental Health Professional, Involuntary Commitment

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15 Sep 2016
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What you must do, have to do. No everything that is unethical that is illegal. They is significant overlaps between legal and ethical. Main rule in cli
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UTMPSY340H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY340H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dysthymia, Phineas Gage, Behaviorism

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15 Sep 2016
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Synapse, Interference Theory, Memory Consolidation

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17 Apr 2016
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Encode: placing info in the memory (refer to cognition) Consolidation refer more to what is happening in the neuronal level: putting info in the memory
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonWinter

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Otto Loewi, Neuropharmacology, Signal Transduction

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16 Mar 2016
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Drugs could modify behaviour even though they do not carry any electrical message. Otto loewi : to demonstrate the chemical and electrical activity, st
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonWinter

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neuroeconomics, Social Neuroscience, Lection

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16 Mar 2016
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lab Report, Ebbinghaus Illusion, Optical Illusion

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13 Mar 2016
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Test 1 review questions: research regarding the association between perception and action has yielded mixed results. Provide one piece of evidence that
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Blackboard, Bootstrapping (Linguistics), Present Continuous

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13 Mar 2016
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Morphology components of grammar that governs how morphemes are combined. Syntax component of grammar that determine how to combine words and phrases i
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mossi Language, Lip Reading, Eric Lenneberg

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13 Mar 2016
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Speech Community, Linguistic System, Joint Attention

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13 Mar 2016
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Words have two parts : meaning, sound pattern. Default assumptions are thought to be built-in constraints meaning that children are pre- disposition to
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mounth, University Of Manchester, North American English

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13 Mar 2016
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Deal with acoustically distinct sounds that are not contrastive. The ability to differentiate btw speech sounds requires us to pay attention. Notion of
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Oralism, Otitis Media, Intellectual Disability

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10 Mar 2016
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The manual language used by the deaf in the united states and the englishspeaking provinces of. It is not a system of pantomime; rather, it shares the
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Phonological Awareness, Phonemic Awareness, Family Literacy

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10 Mar 2016
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The association of letters with phonemes that characterizes english and other alphabetic writing systems. alphabetic systems. Writing systems in which
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Metalinguistic Awareness, Language Transfer, Bilingual Education

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10 Mar 2016
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The vocabulary is more varied and more abstract, the grammatical structures more complex, and the structure of discourse is different from the language
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Language Of Thought Hypothesis, Autobiographical Memory, Linguistic Determinism

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10 Mar 2016
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Memory of one"s own experiences. false belief (understanding) The understanding that other people can hold beliefs that contradict reality and that the
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Jean Piaget, Communicative Competence, Egocentrism

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10 Mar 2016
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A type of pseudoconversation engaged in by preschool children. The children take turns speaking, but each speaker"s contribution to the conversation ha
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Bootstrapping (Linguistics), Generative Grammar

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10 Mar 2016
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It involves breaking downthe speech stream into its component parts (words andwithin wordsphonemes) and figuring out the system for productively combin
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Syntactic Bootstrapping, Speech Segmentation, Morpheme

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10 Mar 2016
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Phonotactics, Vocal Folds, Phonological Awareness

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10 Mar 2016
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Acoustically different speech sounds (phones) that are not functionally different (i. e. , are the same phoneme) in a particular language. For example,
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Vocal Folds, Voice-Onset Time, Prosodic Bootstrapping

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10 Mar 2016
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The perception of stimuli that vary along a physical continuum as belonging to discrete categories. The component of working memory that allocates ment
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vocal Tract, Language Bioprogram Theory, Pulse Oximetry

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10 Mar 2016
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A characteristic that an organism possesses because the forces of natural selection operating during that organism"s evolution made that particular cha
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UTMPSY315H5Craig ChambersWinter

PSY315H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Noam Chomsky, Sociolinguistics, Psycinfo

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10 Mar 2016
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The theoretical perspective that seeks to explain behavior in terms of factors external to the mind. A computer program for the analysis of transcripts
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UTMPSY240H5Norman FarbFall

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Cognitive Restructuring, Toilet Training, Basal Ganglia

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10 Mar 2016
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Anxiety: unpleasant feeling of fear and apprehension. Anxiety disorders: diagnosed when subjectively experienced feelings of anxiety are clearly presen
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UTMPSY240H5Norman FarbFall

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Living Brain, Electrical Resistance And Conductance, General Idea

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10 Mar 2016
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All clinical assessment procedures are formal ways of finding out what is wrong with a person, what may have caused it, and what steps may be taken to
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UTMPSY240H5Norman FarbFall

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Antisocial Personality Disorder, Dsm-5, Pyromania

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10 Mar 2016
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The current diagnostic system of the american psychiatric association. A clinically significant behavioural or psychological syndrome/pattern in an ind
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UTMPSY240H5Norman FarbFall

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Nuremberg Code, Eastern Canada, Family Therapy

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10 Mar 2016
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UTMBIO315H5Marina DefferrariSummer

BIO315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Dendritic Cell, Innate Immune System, Microorganism

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10 Mar 2016
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Helicobacter pylori it"s a helix shaped, gram-nega2ve rod, 2-4 m long with flagella. They can evolve much faster regulate genome much faster regulate a
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UTMBIO315H5Marina DefferrariSummer

BIO315H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: T-Tubule, G Protein–Coupled Receptor, Cytosol

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10 Mar 2016
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Shape and motility of all the cell. It help with cell division: it pinched the two cell when it divide into two. Also responsible for contraction in sk
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