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UWAFM291Kareen BrownFall

AFM291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Financial Statement, Retained Earnings, Perpetual Inventory

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UWAFM291Kareen BrownFall

AFM291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Barter, Discounted Cash Flow, Valuation Of Options

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Chapter 2 conceptual framework underlying financial reporting: describe the usefulness of a conceptual framework. Conceptual framework is a coherent sy
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UWAFM291Kareen BrownFall

AFM291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Deliverable, Barter, Income Statement

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Delivery has occurred; seller"s price to the buyer is fixed and determinable: revenues recognized, performance is achieved which means. Risks and rewar
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UWAFM291Kareen BrownFall

AFM291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Net Income, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Cash Flow Statement

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3 Apr 2014
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Investing: using the funding to buy assets and invest in people; divestitures: operating: using the assets and people to earn profits, balance sheet ai
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UWAFM291Kareen BrownFall

AFM291 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Toronto Stock Exchange, Financial Accounting Standards Board, Balanced Scorecard

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3 Apr 2014
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The canadian financial reporting environment: role of financial accounting. Accounting theory and practice have evolved and will continue to evolve to
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UWPSYCH212Maureen DrysdaleFall

PSYCH212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Internal Control, Applied Behavior Analysis, Classical Conditioning

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4 Mar 2014
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Chapter 7: behavioural and social cognitive approaches to teaching and learning. Learning is a relatively permanent change in behaviour that occurs thr
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UWPSYCH354Daniel NadolnyFall

PSYCH354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cognitive Revolution

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4 Feb 2014
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Early cognition revolution to figure everyone like computers, rational rules that people. Sometimes people are not all that rational, we have goals tha
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UWPSYCH354Daniel NadolnyFall

PSYCH354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Preventive Maintenance, Positive Illusions, Wiki

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4 Feb 2014
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Relationship maintenance mechanisms: the strategic actions people take to sustain their partnerships. Several changes in people"s perspectives: they th
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UWPSYCH354Daniel NadolnyFall

PSYCH354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Individualism

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4 Feb 2014
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Chapter 13: the dissolution and loss of relationships. Marriages are much less likely to end than other romantic relationships are but they"re also les
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UWPSYCH212Maureen DrysdaleFall

PSYCH212 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Abilities Test, Intelligence Quotient, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences

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10 Nov 2013
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Verbal ability, problem-solving skills, and the ability to adapt to and learn from life"s everyday experiences. Often focused on individual differences
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UWPSYCH354Daniel NadolnyFall

PSYCH354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Equity Theory, Derogation, Positive Illusions

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10 Nov 2013
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Lecture 6 interdependence: what they are getting are in proportion and are fair, different ratios, meaning that things are not in equity. Inequity caus
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UWAFM131Robert SprouleWinter

Review for the midterms :D It has the chapeter+class review for Chps.3, 4, 6, 7, 14, 15

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16 Oct 2011
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UWPSYCH101Collin Mc CleodWinter

Midterm Preparation Guide It basically includes all the terms that need to be memorized and brief infos of each modules for the 2nd midterm.

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Conscious processing is serial, whereas unconscious processing is parallel. Cluster of brain cells that control the circadian rhythm is the suprachiasm
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UWCS100Frank TompaWinter

CS100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Asteroid Family, Xhtml, Microbiology

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16 Oct 2011
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This review package was created by the tutors of cs 100. It is based on all the course material, some of which may have been used in previous assignmen
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