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UTSGAST101H1Kenneth BartlettSummer

LEcture note 01

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UTSGRLG100Y1Dimitri NakassisWinter

RLG100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Henry Iv, Part 1, Prince Octavius Of Great Britain, Hospital Ship

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Welcome to today"s symposium on tudor hospitals, a fascinating subject which, oddly enough, has certain resonances with nhs reforms today. Let"s begin
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UTSGHUN100Y1Peter KingWinter

chapter 04

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In this series of six lectures i want to look at some of the great diseases and their relationship to human history. That relationship has usually been
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UTSGRLG100Y1Dimitri NakassisWinter

RLG100Y1 Lecture Notes - Henry Iv, Part 1, Prince Octavius Of Great Britain, Shandy

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Welcome to today"s symposium on tudor hospitals, a fascinating subject which, oddly enough, has certain resonances with nhs reforms today. Let"s begin
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UTSGABS201Y1James PesandoWinter

Chapter 03.docx

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Warren de la rue was another amateur astronomer and it was him who was the man responsible for the solar photography at the kew observatory. He took th
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UTSGANT100Y1Michael ReidWinter

Chapter 2.docx

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On the earth, there were all sorts of communications blackouts. All of the expeditions on mount everest were lost contact with. There were forest fires
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UTSGHIS282Y1Denis WalshWinter

HIS282Y1 Chapter Notes -Substantia Nigra, Tegmentum, Latent Inhibition

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1 Nov 2012
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Many types of conditioning, some are more meaningful than other ones. Cs light or tone, us: reward or shock, = delayed conditioned. Conditioning occurs
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UTSGARC132H1Michelle SilverWinter

ARC132H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flashbulb Memory, Parietal Lobe, Motor Skill

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21 Oct 2012
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UTSGBCB420H1Nick EylesFall

BCB420H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bulbous Corpuscle, Saccade, Wilhelm Wundt

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21 Oct 2012
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UTSGARC132H1Michelle SilverFall

ARC132H1 Lecture Notes - Akinetopsia, Caudate Nucleus, No Brain

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20 Oct 2012
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Despite absence of epileptogenic activity, he received a bilateral medial temporal. Cognitive neuroscience cognition: variety of higher mental processe
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UTSGFOR200H1Dax UrbszatSummer

FOR200H1 Chapter Notes -Apraxia, Feeling, Lateral Sulcus

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20 Oct 2012
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Despite absence of epileptogenic activity, he received a bilateral medial temporal. Cognitive neuroscience cognition: variety of higher mental processe
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UTSGAPS111H1Nick EylesFall

APS111H1 Study Guide - Pyramidal Cell, Caudate Nucleus, Depth Perception

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20 Oct 2012
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Despite absence of epileptogenic activity, he received a bilateral medial temporal. Cognitive neuroscience cognition: variety of higher mental processe
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UTSGBCH473Y1Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

BCH473Y1 Lecture Notes - H. L. A. Hart, William Gummow, Lists Of Landmark Court Decisions

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20 Oct 2012
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UTSGPCL481H1Jiahua ChenFall

PCL481H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Wild Horse, Llano Estacado, Mexican Americans

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20 Oct 2012
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UTSGFAH481Y1Robert BrymSummer

FAH481Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Wild Horse, Saddle Blanket, Llano Estacado

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UTSCMGTA01H3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

1_04-10-03SEMESTER_1_BIOL_NOTES_may_29.docx

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20 Oct 2012
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Reductionism= reducing complex systems to simpler components that are more manageable to study. C, o, h, n make up 96% of living matter. P, s, ca, k an
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UTSGJAL401H1Ted PetitFall

JAL401H1 Lecture Notes - Niche Market, Swot Analysis, Sig Sauer P226

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20 Oct 2012
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In today"s constantly changing and unstable business environment managers of organisations must understand planning and strategic management and look f
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierWinter

Neuroscience chapter 44

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15 Feb 2012
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Groups are important because they provide social support, a cultural framework to guide performance, and rewards and resources of all kinds. Goals shar
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

Physiology of Nerurons chapter 47

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15 Feb 2012
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General psychological goal: to understand human behaviour to be able to predict future behaviour through observations and experiments. Then they have h
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Lecture Notes - Social Psychology, Social Representation, Social Capital

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15 Feb 2012
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-dual processing includes a heuristic intuitional way of thought. -genetics predispose us to act in certain manners. -example: images of women, communi
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierSummer

Emotion and cognition

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15 Feb 2012
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Chapter 12: emotions and mental health in childhood. Emotions and disorders: disorders of emotional life in childhood and adolescence are states in whi
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierSummer

Research Method

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15 Feb 2012
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A hypothesis (hypotheses is the plural) is a testable statement. A prediction about what the researcher will find out e. g. 8 year olds will remember m
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

Exam review

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15 Feb 2012
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Characteristics of neglect: an act of omission rather than commission, most forgotten area of study for child maltreatment, most frequently reported ty
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierWinter

NROB60H3 Lecture Notes - Anxiety Disorder, Medical Model, Dysthymia

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15 Feb 2012
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Chapter 11 psychological disorders: perspectives on psychological disorders. Abnormal behavior- behavior that is deviant, maladaptive, or personally di
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UTSCBIOC33H3Connie ZavitzWinter

Exam of Cell

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25 Jan 2012
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Nucleus and nucleolus: not the leader of the cell, recognized in the cell theory, some cells don t have a nucleus (ex. Red blood cells- anucleate -shor
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UTSCBIOC33H3Connie ZavitzWinter

Final REVIEW OF Biology

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25 Jan 2012
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Both redox active, have intimately intertwined metabolic pathways. Dysfunction in organismal or cellular regulation of either of these metals result in
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

Textbook notes

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Both redox active, have intimately intertwined metabolic pathways. Dysfunction in organismal or cellular regulation of either of these metals result in
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UTSCBIOB11H3Aarti AshokFall

BIOB11H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Wilhelm Wundt, Trichromacy, Cognitive Psychology

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25 Nov 2011
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Chapter Notes -Inhibitory Postsynaptic Potential, Chemical Synapse, Dorsal Root Ganglion

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26 Oct 2011
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Introduction: cns, forebrain, midbrian, hindbrian, brain stem. Brain stem: includes the midbrain, pons, and medualla from the top of the spinal cord to
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UTSCNROC64H3Matthias NiemeierWinter

NROC64H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retinal Ganglion Cell, Optic Disc, Receptive Field

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8 Oct 2011
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Sensory experience and sensory reality: sound as we perceive it does not exist without a brain to create it. A particular sound will also produce a col
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UTSCPSYC90H3George CreeWinter

Cognitive Psychology Exam notes

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UTSCNROC90H3George CreeWinter

Cognitive Science Full notes

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8 Oct 2011
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UTSCNROC90H3George CreeSummer

NROC90H3 Chapter Notes -Dorsal Root Ganglion, Central Nervous System, Posterior Column

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8 Oct 2011
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Shared characteristics of vertebrate nss: brain, spinal cord, pattern of neural development (order, bilateral symmetry, cross connectivity (right contr
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