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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cheq Wong Language, Facial Feedback Hypothesis, Ilongot Language

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Live in the hills of north luzon in the philippines. 50 000 (based on the number of language speakers) Men (but less so women) travel to roles boys not
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Nuclear Family, Jeanne Julie Éléonore De Lespinasse, Family Therapy

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10 Mar 2013
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On her return trip from the local watering well, a married woman is asked for a cup of water by a male resident of the village. Her husband, resting on
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Nicotine, Intelligence Quotient, Law Of Excluded Middle

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10 Mar 2013
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Two shops, no clothing stores or hairdressers. High mineral water via a bore, pumped into tanks. Pormuraawans are sensitive to cardinal facing directio
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Discriminant, Schizophrenia, Acculturation

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10 Mar 2013
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History and background of the quantified process approach. In the past, clinicians in the field of neuropsychology have favored the used of standardize
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Convergent Validity, The Strongest, Collectivism

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Independent people show more trust to strangers than interdependent people. On the other hand, interdependent people show more trust and dependence wit
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Filial Piety, Cognitive Test, Flynn Effect

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10 Mar 2013
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Intelligence is accurately measurable across racial, language, and national boundaries. Intelligence negligible and educational programs have failed is
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Body Odor, Schizophrenia, Spiritualism

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10 Mar 2013
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On sorrow, celebrity status, and modern terrorist warfare. Key novel of the sturm und drang period. Made goethe the first international literary celebr
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

Week 4 - Motivation.docx

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2 Feb 2013
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Different cultures often approach the same tasks with different goals and different motivations, and focus on different aspects for the task. Such diff
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: No Age, Amy Chua, Parenting Styles

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2 Feb 2013
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Cultural norms (and cultural differences) come about as the result of the different ways that people are socialized into the world. Despite entering th
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Extraversion And Introversion, Trait Theory, Collectivism

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2 Feb 2013
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There are aspects of self-concept that are universal and some that are culturally variable. Such differences have important implications for our social
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fecundity, Doubling Time, Physical Attractiveness

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2 Feb 2013
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Though founded in sweden, ikea is not de factor swedish: 332 stores in 38 countries. Ikea tries to keep costs down at the maximum: holes in screws, dis
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UWPSYCH352Igor GrossmannWinter

PSYCH352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cultural Psychology, 2-Step Garage, Random Assignment

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2 Feb 2013
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Studying psychological phenomena is challenging in general much more so when studying it cross-culturally. We have trouble accessing our own psychologi
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Week 1 - Introduction.docx

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Culturally ingrained initiation for boys to transform into men. Believe that femaleness is innate natural essence and that maleness must be cultivated.
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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

KIN346 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ibm 7090

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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

Chapter 3

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chapter 4

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Chapter 1

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Chapter 2

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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

Topic 2 - Diet Assessment, Planning, and Assessment

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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

KIN346 Lecture Notes - Lipoprotein, Corn Oil, Resveratrol

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Roles of fats in the body: cell structure cell membranes, fuel and energy storage 9kcal/g, long term storage, hormones steroids, testosterone, protecti
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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

Topic 3 -Digestion and Absorption

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KIN346 Lecture Notes - Insulin Resistance, Nutrasweet, Brown Sugar

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Primary role is to supply body with energy. Primary sources includes: grains, legumes, fruits & vegetables, dairy. Divided into categories based on # o
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UWKIN346Rhonna HanningFall

Topic 1 - Introduction to Nutrition

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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Social Loafing, Deindividuation, Social Facilitation

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16 Oct 2011
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Work alone versus working with others present. Being around other people is physiologically arousing. Improves performance on well-learned easy task: h
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Asch Conformity Experiments, Stationary Point, Chameleon

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Conformity: a change in behaviour or belief to accord with others. Conformity can be bad when it leads someone to drink and drive or join in racist beh
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 4- Behaviour and Attitudes Textbook Notes From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

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16 Oct 2011
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Attitude: a favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction toward something or someone, exhibited in one"s beliefs, feelings, or intended behaviour. Fe
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 7- Group Influence From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

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Group: two or more people who, for longer than a few moments, interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as us . Shaw argues that
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

Chapter 5- Persuasion From Social Psychology -Myers, Spencer, Jordan -4th ed.

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Persuasion: the process by which a message induces change in beliefs, attitudes, or behaviours. When people try to persuade others, they can try to use
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Jim Carrey, Hot Tub, Physical Attractiveness

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16 Oct 2011
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What paths lead to persuasion: central vs. peripheral route of persuasion. People elaborate on a message: listen carefully, analyze content of message,
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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Optical Illusion, Mattress, Pole And Polar

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UWPSYCH253Emiko YoshidaFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Fraternities And Sororities, Knitting

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We often want to find out other people"s attitudes: e. g. , dating relationships, becoming friends. Video clip: friends joey: attitudes: affirm masculi
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