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UBCPSYC 308Jason MartensSpring

PSYC 308A Lecture 1: L1

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UBCPSYC 308Jason MartensSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Emotions, Limbic System, Naturalistic Fallacy

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Evolution occurs through natural selection, which is a consequence of variability and competition. Evolution leads to adaptations that improve the orga
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UBCPSYC 308Jason MartensSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Human Behavior, Social Cognition, Social Forces

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Social psychology: the scientific study of the causes and consequences of people"s thoughts, feelings, and actions regarding themselves and other peopl
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UBCPSYC 308Jason MartensSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Availability Heuristic

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Short-term memory information and input that is currently activated. Long-term memory information from past experience that may or may not be currently
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UBCPSYC 308Jason MartensSpring

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Hermaphrodite, Intersex, Herma

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11 Apr 2016
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Operant Conditioning, 18 Months, Observational Learning

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11 Apr 2016
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Behaviorism, Attachment Parenting, Construct Validity

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11 Apr 2016
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture 11: Ch. 10 (1 of 1) (1)

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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Canadian Paediatric Society, Parenting Styles, Meta-Analysis

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11 Apr 2016
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Definition of punishment: a consequence that causes an individual"s behavior to occur with less frequency. Definition of discipline: the canadian pedia
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Quasi, Random Assignment, Internal Validity

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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Limbic System, Behaviorism, Ethology

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Chapter 6: attachment theory and research (1 of 2: introduction to attachment theory: insights from two videos. In class documentary: for the love of e
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Phonics, Long-Term Memory, Automaticity

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11 Apr 2016
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Chapter 2 - (2 of 2: cognitive theories: (1) piaget, (2) vygotsky, and (3) information processing, piaget"s cognitive-developmental theory (concepts in
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UBCFMST 312Maria WeatherbySpring

FMST 312 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Toilet Training, Albert Bandura, Brainstorming

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11 Apr 2016
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Theories put forth systematic and coherent explanations of the relationship between phenomena (i. e. , a reason why two things/variables are associated
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Confabulation

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7 Apr 2016
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Our memory is not just a snapshot heavily influenced by suggestions. Memory is fallible and can be influenced: by being given false information, by bei
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Social Comparison Theory, Melatonin

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7 Apr 2016
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Human Brain, Informed Consent

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Quite rare: had to create own foster care system. System designed and implemented by study investigators: trained social workers, educated on basics of
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Social Comparison Theory

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7 Apr 2016
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Children spend more time in school than any other context outside their home. Can think about schools impacting a child through different levels. Backg
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Research On The Effects Of Violence In Mass Media, Prosocial Behavior

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Graph: peaks at age 12, there"s a dip at age 8 cause they tart going to school and don"t have time. More time watching tv is associated with worse achi
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Mental Rotation, Prosocial Behavior, Peripheral Vision

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7 Apr 2016
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Playing violent video games found to be correlated with antisocial/ aggressive behavior: increases aggressive behaviours, aggressive cognitions, aggres
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Parenting Styles, Breastfeeding, Fetus

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How real are the effects of parenting style on adolescents" outcomes: most studies have looked at the relationship between parenting style and outcomes
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Depressant, Trachea, Umbilical Cord

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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture 15: 15. INSTITUTIONALIZATION

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Providing care to children who are expected to return home to their birth home at some point: most common, in terms of years, stay for over 4 years. Pr
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Stepfamily, Child Labour, Infertility

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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sexual Identity

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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Child Care

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Lots of factors to consider: quality of care, age of child, lengthof time in care, type of care, # of different child care arrangements, family backgro
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Card Sorting, Stroop Effect, Mutual Exclusivity

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7 Apr 2016
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Just because there aren"t delays associated with bilingual learning, doesn"t mean that bilingual infants don"t approach learning language differently .
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mutual Exclusivity, 18 Months

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Question: are there similarities/differences across ses for language and vocabulary at 18-24 months. How well they are able to process language. Method
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Cultural Anthropology, Maria Montessori, Child Care

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7 Apr 2016
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What are the effects of child care attachment, peer relationships, behavior problems, cognitive/language skills, longer term effects. Types of child ca
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Pasteurization, Pragmatics, Colostrum

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Do women who have c-sections also produce colostrum: yes colostrum production is triggered by the placenta being released from the uterine wall, which
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Standard Scale, Lactiferous Duct, Postpartum Depression

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7 Apr 2016
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Nicu neo natal intensive care unit: primary goal of care maintain and enhance physical well-being, through artificial means, placed in incubator good f
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Breech Birth, Flatulence, Parenting Styles

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7 Apr 2016
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In european-american families, research has consistently found a relationship between authoritative parenting & better outcomes (including academic suc
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cognitive Flexibility, Baby Talk, John Bowlby

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7 Apr 2016
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Direct influences: genes (large influence, beliefs: ideas, knowledge, values, goals shape parenting, and provide a framework for interpreting a child"s
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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: External Validity, Single Parent, Internal Validity

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UBCPSYC 319Leah May VerFall

PSYC 319 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Coloureds, John Bowlby, Mary Ainsworth

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Relies on infants" fear of strangers, separation from parents, and attachment behaviors. Used at ages when infants have formed attachments, are mobile,
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Self-Awareness, Twin Study, Language Delay

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7 Apr 2016
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In what three ways do young children exhibit prosocial behavior: material sharing. Wasn"t a lot of sharing of things that was special to the child: ins
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Facial Expression, Silvan Tomkins, Sexual Orientation

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7 Apr 2016
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What are the three spectra that make up an individual"s sexuality: sexual orientation probably not enough just to be orientation, sex, gender. When we
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Evolutionary Psychology, Alphabet, Mental Rotation

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7 Apr 2016
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What is the difference between the approximate and precise number system: acuity of approximate number system increases with age, precise different bec
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Social Contract, Stepfamily, Social Change

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7 Apr 2016
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What do we know about cross-cultural difference in the effects of authoritarian parenting. How does paternal play affect child development: social deve
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Birth Order, Twin, Major Depressive Disorder

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7 Apr 2016
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Sex biological differences b/w males and females: could be a spectrum. Gender expression of gender : separate from sex. In many cases sex and gender an
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UBCPSYC 315Kyle DanielsonFall

PSYC 315 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Research Question, Communication, Language Module

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7 Apr 2016
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Research question: does children"s engagement with fantasy worlds advance their. Why would the authors think that these might be related: need hypothet
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