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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

11 Plagues without Germs.docx

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11 Sep 2013
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Confidence in one germ, one disease led to the identification and control of many infectious diseases, but this also fueled bias that hampered the unco
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Plasmodium Falciparum, Splenomegaly, Plasmodium Vivax

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11 Sep 2013
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Said to kill half the ppl who ever live on planet and continues to kill till today. Number of cases estimated to be 300-500 million, with 10% outside o
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Max Joseph Von Pettenkofer, Gastroenteritis, Gesellschaft Deutscher Chemiker

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11 Sep 2013
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Father of public health, german chemical society. Failed theory of the cause of cholera, insightful" theory for causation of cholera. His theory postul
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatFall

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Luc Montagnier, Chemokine Receptor, Robert Gallo

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11 Sep 2013
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Aids stalks the continent of africa, but isn"t confined to it. It is a global disease and the 1st pandemic of the 21st century. It is a deadly disease
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UTSCHLTA02H3Dan SilverWinter

HLTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Major Depressive Episode, Major Depressive Disorder, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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11 Sep 2013
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When a health researcher"s perspective, interested in physiological health, is what type of data we are trying to get. 5 point, ordinal type of rating
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UTSCHLTA02H3Dan SilverSummer

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Reductionism, Stethoscope, Profit Motive

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20 Aug 2013
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Chapter 8 the social construction of scientific and medical knowledge and practice. Medical knowledge is based on science but also influenced by human,
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UTSCHLTA02H3Dan SilverSummer

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Sick Role, Medical Sociology, Friedrich Engels

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20 Aug 2013
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1 ways of thinking sociologically about health, illness and medicine. Most types of morbidity and mortality are inversely related to income: statistica
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Panic Disorder

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20 Aug 2013
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To qualify as a mental disorder, thoughts, feelings, and emotions must be persistent, harmful to the person experiencing them and uncontrollable. The c
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Benefit Shortfall, Interpersonal Relationship, Social Cognition

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20 Aug 2013
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Social psychology - the study of the causes and consequences of sociality. Social behavior how people interact with each other and how social behavior
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, Projective Test, Hans Eysenck

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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Exposure Therapy, Cognitive Therapy

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20 Aug 2013
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Chapter 15 treatment of psychological disorders: people may not realize that their disorder needs to be treated: Treatment: getting help to those who n
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Exemplar Theory, Language Acquisition Device, Frontal Lobe

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20 Aug 2013
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All infants begin with one-word utterances before moving on to telegraphic speech then to simple sentence that include function morphemes. Or orderly p
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Prenatal Development, Primitive Reflexes

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20 Aug 2013
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From birth to infancy from childhood to adolescence from young adulthood to old age, one of the most obvious facts about humans we change over time. In
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Confirmatory Factor Analysis, Lewis Terman, Robert Sternberg

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20 Aug 2013
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Example: anne mcgarrah; couldn"t count due to william"s syndrome. Neither could she distinguish left from right. Retardation was so severe that she was
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