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UTSGHIS344Y1Vasilis DimitriadisFall

HIS344Y1 Lecture Notes - Marshall Plan, Western Europe, Cominform

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Series of misunderstandings & misinterpretations of each other"s action. What eventually set the us and ussr against each other was three crucial docum
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Anxiety Disorder, Somatization, Bulimia Nervosa

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13 Sep 2012
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Hikikomori, unique japan condition, loosely translates as social withdrawal. Usually defined with respect to behaviours that are rare and cause some ki
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: High Fidelity, Degenerative Disease, Physical Attractiveness

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13 Sep 2012
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Transformation of manners over time; some reflect changing views of what is healthy (e. g. spitting, nose blowing), others are quite arbitrary. Culture
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Human Body Weight, Gunther Plaut, Symmetry In Biology

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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Gemeinschaft And Gesellschaft, Evolutionism, Ethnocentrism

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13 Sep 2012
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Secularization theory, religion is on the decline and people around the world are discovering new secular and rational ways to make sense of their live
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Laozi, Fundamental Attribution Error, Categorical Perception

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13 Sep 2012
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Masuda observed that horizons in landscape scenes were painted higher in east asian pictures, figure in portraits were larger in western pictures. He a
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Ilongot Language, Autonomic Nervous System, Cheq Wong Language

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13 Sep 2012
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Ilongot, an indigenous tribe in the northern philippines. Key emotion, liget, meaning (approximation) anger, passion, energy. James, our emotions are t
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Acculturation, Social Stratification, New Culture Movement

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13 Sep 2012
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Acculturation is the process by which people migrate to and learn a culture that is different from their original (or heritage) culture. Reaching consi
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Geert Hofstede, Collectivism, Ingroups And Outgroups

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13 Sep 2012
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Markus et al (2006) analysis of japanese and american olympic athletes" victory accounts. Americans focused on how their performance reflected their ow
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Odisha, Social Loafing, Kibbutz

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13 Sep 2012
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We all begin with the natural equipment to live a thousand kinds of life but end in the end having lived only one . A sensitive period is a period of t
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UTSGPSY321H1Nick RuleFall

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Encephalization Quotient, Imitative Learning, Encephalization

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13 Sep 2012
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In many ways, humans seem ill adapted to survive. We rely on culture more than any other species, allowing us to succeed in diverse environments, and a
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UTSGCLA204H1Regina HoscheleWinter

Exam Study Package: All lecture notes.docx

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4th century bc saw the expansion of the greek empire (alexander the great: the hellenistic age: greek cultural influence and power at its zenith and en
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch14 Textbook Notes

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Prevents bodily fluids from escaping, protects us from bacteria, chemicals, and dirt, provides us with information about the stimulus that contact it.
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch15 Textbook Notes

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Smell (olfaction) and taste = molecule detectors because they endow gas and liquid molecules with distinctive smells and tastes. Identify things that t
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch10 Textbook Notes

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Cue approach to depth perception, focuses on identifying information in the retinal image: e. g. occlusion, a cue that one object is in front of anothe
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch13 Textbook Notes

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Vowels are created by changing the shape of the vocal tract which changes its resonant frequency and produces peaks of pressure at a number of differen
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch12 Textbook Notes

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Chapter 12 sound localization and the auditory scene. Auditory space, when you perceive objects located at different positions based on their sounds. T
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch8 Textbook Notes

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Motion helps us understand events in our environment. Also essential for our ability to move through the environment. Motion agnosia, ability to percei
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch9 Textbook Notes

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Signals function; helps us identify and classify things: observers recognize appropriately coloured objects quicker and more accurately. Facilitates pe
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch3 Textbook Notes

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Vision is based on visible light, a band of energy within the electromagnetic spectrum, a continuum of electromagnetic energy produced by electric char
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch1 Textbook Notes

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Perception doesn t just happen, it s the end result of complex behind the scene processes. Perceptual process, a sequence of processes that work togeth
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UTSGPSY280H1Christine BurtonFall

Ch4 Textbook Notes

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The pathway that neural signals follow once they leave the retina. Most of the signals travel out of the eye to the lateral geniculate nucleus (lgn) in
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch11 Textbook Notes

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Language, a system of communication using sounds or symbols that enables us to express our feelings, thoughts, ideas, and experiences. Language makes i
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch10 Textbook Notes

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Visual imagery, seeing in the absence of a visual stimulus. Mental imagery, ability to recreate the sensory world in the absence of physical stimuli. W
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch13 Textbook Notes

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Deductive reasoning, involves sequences of statements (syllogisms) Inductive reasoning, we arrive at conclusions about what is probably true, based on
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch12 Textbook Notes

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A problem occurs when there is an obstacle between a present state and a goal and it isn t immediately obvious how to get around the obstacle. Well-def
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch6 Textbook Notes

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Korsakoff s syndrome, condition caused by prolonged deficiency of vitamin b1. Destroys areas in the frontal and temporal lobes causing severe and perma
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch9 Textbook Notes

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Concept, a mental representation used for a variety of cognitive functions. Categorization, the processes by which things are placed into groups. Point
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch8 Textbook Notes

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A woman called a. j. was able to remember what happened on each day of her life. She described her memories as happening automatically and not being un
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch7 Textbook Notes

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Encoding, the process of acquiring information and transferring it into ltm. Coding, the form in which information is represented. Retrieval, process o
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch6 Textbook Notes

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Locating short- and long-term memory in the brain. Studying people with brain damage that has affected one function while sparing the other. Patients w
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch2 Textbook Notes

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Cognitive neuroscience, the study of the physiological basis of cognition. Neurons: the building blocks of the nervous system. 19th century anatomists
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch4 Textbook Notes

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Attention, the ability to focus on specific stimuli or locations. Selective attention, the focusing of attention on one specific location, object, or m
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch1 Textbook Notes

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Cognitive psychology is the branch of psychology concerned with the scientific study of the mind. It creates and controls mental functions, e. g. perce
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch3 Textbook Notes

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Perception, experiences resulting from stimulation of the senses. When you look at an object, neurons in the visual cortex that respond to specific ori
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch5 Textbook Notes

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Memory, the process involved in retaining, retrieving and using information about stimuli, images, events, ideas, and skills after the original informa
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Ch17 Textbook Notes

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Substance is any natural or synthesized product that has psychoactive effects. Drug addicts, people who have problems as result of taking these drugs.
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Ch12 Textbook Notes

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Personality is all the ways we have of acting, thinking, believing, and feeling that makes each of us unique. A personality trait is a complex pattern
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Ch16 Textbook Notes

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Sexual disorders fall into three distinct categories. Sexual dysfunctions involve problems in experiencing sexual arousal or in carrying through with a
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UTSGPSY240H1S.CassinWinter

Ch7 Textbook Notes

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Marc summers, howie mandel both suffer ocd. Fears are severe, lower quality of their lives, chronic, frequent enough to interfere with functioning, out
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