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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Lg Corporation, Memory, Singapore

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20 Nov 2018
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Learning goal (lg) oft1: you should be able to describe the two major categories of judgment highlighted by oft in which facial appearance has been sho
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UTSCPSYC51H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYC51H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Visual Cortex, Cerebral Cortex, Lesion

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20 Nov 2018
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Stereotype, Ingroups And Outgroups, Psychology

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20 Nov 2018
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It is the tendency of people to think of someone or something in similar terms- that is, as having similar attributes. A stereotype is a cognitive heur
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5.1: Mahzarin Banaji, Critical Role, Eugenius Warming

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4 Nov 2018
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Nations" income inequality predicts ambivalence in stereotype content: how societies mind the gap. Income inequality undermines societies: the more ine
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2.1: Superior Temporal Sulcus, Prefrontal Cortex, Likert Scale

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4 Nov 2018
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Dehumanized perception, a failure to spontaneously consider the mind of another person, may be a psychological mechanism facilitating inhumane acts lik
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4.1: Evolutionary Psychology, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, List Of Compositions By Johann Sebastian Bach

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4 Nov 2018
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Evolutionary psychology as a tool for conceptual discovery. In general, people have the capacity to experience fear when they perceive information indi
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3.1: Hot Sauce, In-Group Favoritism, Blood Transfusion

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4 Nov 2018
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Empathy is narrow in its focus, rendering it innumerate and subject to bias. It can motivate cruelty and aggression and lead to burnout and exhaustion.
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1.1: Abu Ghraib Torture And Prisoner Abuse, Social Emotions, Moral Treatment

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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Jaak Panksepp, Temporal Lobe Epilepsy, Phineas Gage

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4 Nov 2018
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The hindbrain includes regions that control basic physiological processes: the medulla regulates cardiovascular activity, the pons controls sleep and b
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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 - Final

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4 Nov 2018
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At this poi(cid:374)t (cid:449)e should sa(cid:455) (cid:449)hat a (cid:272)ultu(cid:396)e is. It"s a s(cid:455)ste(cid:373) of ideas a(cid:374)d p(cid
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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Autonomic Nervous System, Sympathetic Nervous System, Asphyxia

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4 Nov 2018
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William james located the origins of emotional experience in the body. For him the sequence was: event bodily response perception. Ja(cid:373)es"s a(ci
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Chapter 9.1: PSYC13H3 Chapter 9.: Week 9 reading 1

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4 Nov 2018
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You should be able to describe the theoretical difference between hedonic and instrumental motives for regulating positive/negative emotions. Hedonic g
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Chapter 8.1: PSYC13H3 Chapter 8.: Week 8 Reading 1

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4 Nov 2018
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You should (cid:271)e a(cid:271)le to su(cid:373)(cid:373)arize fazio a(cid:374)d powell"s (cid:272)e(cid:374)tral argu(cid:373)e(cid:374)t about why a
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Chapter 8.3: PSYC13H3 Chapter 8.: Week 8 Reading 3

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4 Nov 2018
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Because different processes underlie implicit and explicit attitudes, we hypothesized that they are differentially sensitive to different kinds of info
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.2: Hurricane Irene, Teachable Moment, Bunzl

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4 Nov 2018
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Lg rmb 1: you should be able to state why rudman et al. hypothesize that direct personal experiences might be so effective in changing implicit attitud
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9.2: Appraisal Theory, Risk-Seeking

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4 Nov 2018
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Reading guide; topic 7 lerner, small, & loewenstein. You should be able to describe the basic theory behind why emotions that are triggered by one even
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Behavioral Activation, Ingroups And Outgroups, In Essence

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13 Oct 2018
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Reading guide week 4 mcconnell, brown, & shoda, 2013. Learning goal (lg) mbs1: o(cid:374)e of the earl(cid:455) hi(cid:374)ts that the (cid:862) elf(ci
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cognitive Dissonance, Pliers, Nylon

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13 Oct 2018
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Reading guide week 1 nisbett & wilson (1977) Lear(cid:374)i(cid:374)g goal (cid:894)lg(cid:895) nw(cid:1005): n&w (cid:271)egi(cid:374) (cid:271)y outl
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ego Depletion, Resource Depletion, Time Point

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13 Oct 2018
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Lg job1: you should be able to state the primary argument job and colleagues put forward to explain why ego depletion results are sometimes seen and so
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Perception, Episodic Memory, Cognitive Psychology

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13 Oct 2018
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Flexible processing is believed to be attained through the operation of two complementary mental modules: the neocortical and the hippocampal learning/
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture 1: Week 1

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13 Oct 2018
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Learning goal (lg) oft1: you should be able to describe the two major categories of judgment highlighted by oft in which facial appearance has been sho
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Intentionality, Jerky, Extraversion And Introversion

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13 Oct 2018
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Subgoal (sg) reeder 1. 1: you should be able to define na ve psychology and des(cid:272)(cid:396)i(cid:271)e ho(cid:449) it (cid:396)elates to heide(ci
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Narcissism, Egotism

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13 Oct 2018
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Lg bb1: b&b outline three possible hypotheses about the relationship between self-esteem and aggression. You should be able to list those theories, and
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ego Depletion, Sigmund Freud, Akrasia

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13 Oct 2018
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Reading guide week 2hofmann, friese, & strack, 2009. Learning goal (lg) hfs1: 4 features of an impulsive response. You should be able to describe and u
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UTSCPSYC13H3Cendri HutchersonFall

PSYC13H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Social Perception, Thought Suppression, Norm (Social)

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13 Oct 2018
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This article reviews evidence about when social categories (e. g. , group membership) are activated by perceivers, when activated categories are actual
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UTSCPSYC51H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYC51H3 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Visual Cortex, Cerebral Cortex, Lesion

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12 Oct 2018
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Light is a stimulus for vision: seeing involves a stimulus (light) and a mechanism (the visual system) Can regard light as both a wave and a particle.
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Study Guide - Fall 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Stereotype, Ingroups And Outgroups, Social Dominance Orientation

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12 Oct 2018
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It is the tendency of people to think of someone or something in similar terms- that is, as having similar attributes. A stereotype is a cognitive heur
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Emergence, Mood Disorder, Mentalization

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5 Oct 2018
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Lecture 9 supplementary reading cultural neuroscience of social cognition. Seemingly complex social skills such as inferring another"s desires or belie
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Collectivism, Gluttony, Dictator Game

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5 Oct 2018
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Leon Festinger, Agreeableness, Trait Theory

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5 Oct 2018
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Americans focused on how their performance reflected their personal characteristics, whereas the japanese focused more on how their performance was gui
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: History Of Asian Art, Asian Americans, Categorical Perception

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5 Oct 2018
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Nisbett et al. , refer to these ways of attending to the world as analytic and holistic thinking: analytic thinking is characterized by a focus on obje
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Cheq Wong Language, Blood Pressure, Facial Feedback Hypothesis

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5 Oct 2018
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UTSCPSYC14H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC14H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ingroups And Outgroups, Learned Helplessness, Collectivism

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5 Oct 2018
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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter 4: Chapter 4

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5 Oct 2018
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Initial attention getting phase: recognition phase gazes with interest, exploration phase touches and non-accidental bumps, keeping-time phase (cid:373
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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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5 Oct 2018
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An emotion is a psychological state or process that mediates between our concerns (or goals) and events of our world. As sylvan tomkins has said: at an
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UTSCPSYC18H3Rimma TrepperFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter 2: Chapter 2

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5 Oct 2018
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Among the evidence that darwin advanced for his theory of evolution was the similarity of human emotional expressions to those of other animals. For hu
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ingroups And Outgroups, Classical Conditioning, Illusory Correlation

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5 Oct 2018
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Lecture 2 the origin and maintenance of stereotypes. Repealing of sex-ed curriculum advancements in social environment since 90s; advancements but. Dou
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Confabulation, Gender Pay Gap

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5 Oct 2018
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It is the tendency of people to think of someone or something in similar terms- that is, as having similar attributes. A stereotype is a cognitive heur
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter 7: Chapter 7

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5 Oct 2018
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UTSCPSYC12H3Nick HobsonFall

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Flexibility, Communication Problems, False Consciousness

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5 Oct 2018
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Chapter 1 prejudice, stereotyping and discrimination: theoretical and empirical overview. Intergroup bias ge(cid:374)erall(cid:455) refers to the s(cid
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