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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

2P12- feb 5.docx

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5 Apr 2013
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Degree of arousal to stimuli the same gene in two different people have two different effects depending on the environment. Good mothering/ parenting c
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Working Memory, Neurofibrillary Tangle, Cognitive Reserve

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5 Apr 2013
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It"s too late , i messed up , i"m out of time . Tasks: look back, take what we see and use it to define ourselves. Simple recall: basic recall, surface
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Conscientiousness, James Marcia, Extraversion And Introversion

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5 Apr 2013
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U shaped curve: honeymoon phase in the beginning of the relationship, lower levels of satisfaction when children are growing up, higher levels of happi
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Heart Rate, Phenotype, Genetic Counseling

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5 Apr 2013
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Neurons are born (neurogenesis), in a neural tube (day 8-24: bulges in neural tube become areas of the brain. Neurons migrate, then differentiate (glia
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Ageism, Dementia, Fourth Age

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5 Apr 2013
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Average life expectancy and longevity: depending on a number of factors: Attributing factors: infant mortality rate, changing health care and nutrition
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Egocentrism, Teddy Bear, Jean Piaget

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5 Apr 2013
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Growth influences cognitive and social development: poverty affecting development, nutrition and long term impacts. Costs of obesity: early 1990s, less
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Parenting Styles, Child Abuse, Flynn Effect

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5 Apr 2013
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Aggressive vs. withdrawn: physical vs. relationship. Hitting vs. rumour starting: instrumental vs. reactive. Instigator vs. behaviour in response to th
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Personal Fable, Imaginary Audience, Androgen Receptor

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5 Apr 2013
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Onset at 13 vs 17 years of age; well nourished vs poor. Stress nourishment: stress can push onset of puberty earlier, parenting styles can affect onset
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Prefrontal Cortex, Helicopter Parent, Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood

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5 Apr 2013
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Verbal Behavior, Lev Vygotsky, Attentional Control

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5 Apr 2013
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Things that change: working memory, executive function. Theory of mind (tom: understanding that someone else may have different knowledge than you do a
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BROCK UPSYC 2P12Cathy MondlochWinter

PSYC 2P12 Lecture Notes - Secondary Sex Characteristic, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Personal Development

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5 Apr 2013
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Later on: kids are still motivated to do things (i. e. videogames and ipods) Why is it that they start to be come disinterested in school: intrinsic: W
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Factorial Experiment, Stanford Prison Experiment, Authoritarianism

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5 Apr 2013
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Noticed that cyclists were faster cycling with others than when alone. Sometimes presence of others helped performance, sometimes hindered performance.
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ultimate Attribution Error, Big Japan Pro Wrestling, Ingroups And Outgroups

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5 Apr 2013
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Combine information about others, compute a running average. But is weighed depending on how much we value traits (i. e. their importance to us) Unweig
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Noxious Stimulus, Scapegoating, Naturalistic Observation

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5 Apr 2013
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Situational factors: urban vs. rural, common fate, bystander. Pro-social behaviour: any act performed with the goal of benefiting another person (or so
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Norns, Optical Illusion, Elaboration Likelihood Model

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5 Apr 2013
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March 5 (contemporary) cognitive approaches to persuasion traditional approaches revealed much about when and how persuasion happens. Central and perip
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Stephen Leacock, Homeland Security Advisory System, Church Attendance

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5 Apr 2013
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Attitudes: definition of attitude, tripartite models (abcs, formation of attitudes, social learning, social comparison, genetics, traditional yale appr
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Copycat Suicide, Social Forces, Social Influence

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5 Apr 2013
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Martin & koo (1997: no increase in suicides in australia. Jobes et al. (1996) (seattle data: no increase in suicides, but increase in suicide crisis ca
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Preston Manning, Handicapping, Self Esteem (Song)

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5 Apr 2013
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Midterm: 50-70 multiple choice, lecture and textbook material & bring student card. Social comparison theory (festinger, 1954: we learn about our own a
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Fallacy, Tiger Woods, Lana Turner

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5 Apr 2013
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Assignment one reading articles on sakai (resources folder) Processes by which information about people is processed and stored: topics: schematic proc
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Admissible Evidence, Ethnocentrism, Umber

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5 Apr 2013
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Prejudice: attitude (i. e. evaluation) toward a group or a group member, like vs. dislike, favour vs. disfavour, usually, but not always, negative, e.
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BROCK UPSYC 2P30Gordon HodsonWinter

PSYC 2P30 Lecture Notes - Forest National, Petrified Wood, Participant Observation

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5 Apr 2013
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BROCK UPSYC 2P25Michael AshtonFall

PSYC 2P25 Lecture Notes - Probability Distribution, Standard Deviation, Nomothetic

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19 Nov 2012
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How does personality affect life outcomes (e. g. health, happiness, career, law, relationships, etc. Two main approaches to the study of personality: i
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