OC186396

University of Toronto St. George

Elite Note Taker
330Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (330)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UTSGPSY270H1Kristie DukewichFall

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Semantic Dementia, Prototype Theory, Encephalitis

OC18639618 Page
21 Apr 2016
26
In sentence verificatoin, subjects are presented with statements and are asked to answer. In an experiment done by rosch, subjects were asked to name f
View Document
UTSGPSY270H1Kristie DukewichFall

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Frontal Lobe, Underlying Representation, Mental Rotation

OC18639613 Page
21 Apr 2016
19
Visual imagery - seeing in the absence of a visual stimulus, mental imagery - the ability to recreate the sensory world in the absence of physical stim
View Document
UTSGHMB320H1Cindi MorsheadWinter

HMB320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ventral Posterior Nucleus, Limbic System, Superior Colliculus

OC1863969 Page
21 Apr 2016
30
The medullar center is composed of two components. Gray matter: groups of neuronal cell bodies (which can be organized into nuclei or ganglia) White ma
View Document
UTSGHMB320H1Cindi MorsheadWinter

HMB320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dorsal Root Ganglion, White Matter, Ventral Posterior Nucleus

OC1863968 Page
21 Apr 2016
21
The basal ganglia modifies the behaviour of motor neurons without directly synapsing onto them. Controlled actions requires both go" and stop" signals
View Document
UTSGHMB320H1Cindi MorsheadWinter

HMB320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Supramarginal Gyrus, Anterior Grey Column, Motor Unit

OC18639610 Page
21 Apr 2016
25
We use language, art, and music in ways that are beyond the capacity of non-human species. The hemisphere that controls language is the dominant hemisp
View Document
UTSGHMB320H1Cindi MorsheadWinter

HMB320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Dentate Nucleus, Cerebellar Vermis, Brainstem

OC1863966 Page
21 Apr 2016
23
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Youth Rights, Takers, Judicial Discretion

OC1863968 Page
21 Apr 2016
29
In 2014, approximately 101,000 youth (12-17 years old) were accused of police-reported. 7% of the canadian population, but 13% of accused persons. Rate
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Personality Test, Noncustodial Parent, Apposition

OC1863964 Page
18 Apr 2016
16
Forensic and legal psychology - chapter 13: child custody (pg 325-338) Civil law: concerns disputes between private parties or negligent acts that caus
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Homicide, International Human Rights Law, Regional Reception Centre

OC18639610 Page
18 Apr 2016
20
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Habitual Offender, Stigma (Wrestler), Reduced Affect Display

OC1863969 Page
18 Apr 2016
21
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Inklings, Guided Imagery, Dating Abuse

OC1863969 Page
18 Apr 2016
17
Forensic and legal psychology - chapter 6: evaluating the. Linda sterling ran a daycare centre from her home, one day a mother of a 2 year old daughter
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Amicus Curiae, Psych, Small Claims Court

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
59
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Canada Border Services Agency, Pseudoscience, Dominion Police

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
16
Forensic and legal psychology chapter 4: criminal profiling. Profiling: the process of drawing inferences about a criminal"s personality, behaviour, mo
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Publication Ban, Closing Argument, Penrod

OC1863966 Page
18 Apr 2016
16
Forensic and legal psychology - chapter 7: jury selection. In canada, juries are used in both criminal and civil cases. In criminal cases the right to
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Penrod, Hung Jury, Trial

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
15
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Actus Reus, Malingering, Mens Rea

OC18639610 Page
18 Apr 2016
16
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Advantageous, Penrod, Robert Pickton

OC18639611 Page
18 Apr 2016
17
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Collectivism, Eye Movement, Backtracking

OC18639611 Page
18 Apr 2016
24
View Document
UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonFall

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Remorse, Limbic System, Sentence Clause Structure

OC1863969 Page
18 Apr 2016
25
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Empathic Accuracy, Sexting, Chronemics

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
34
Psy424 - lecture 6: communication and conflict (going to. There are differences between voice support and text support (seltzer, 2012) In an experiment
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Okcupid, Machiavellianism, 6 Years

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
19
Psy424 - lecture 10: from flirting to friends with benefits. Researchers have identified 3 different types of pick-up lines. Cute - the corny type of p
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Signify, Thematic Apperception Test, Capilano Suspension Bridge

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
21
No matter what type of relationship you get into, what usually is the first step is interpersonal attraction. Those that are beautiful, handsome, and t
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Sexting, Orgasm, Foreplay

OC1863966 Page
18 Apr 2016
18
Psy424 - lecture 9: sexuality in committed relationships. Largest difference in incidence of masturbation (oliver & hyde, 1993) 73% male, 37% female re
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Condom, Sexual Minority, Polyamory

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
31
Psy424 - lecture 4: romantic commitment, monogamy, and non-monogamy. Commitment: defined as the intention to persist with a relationship can be positiv
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Quality Time, Soulmate, Hyperactivation

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
24
Psy424 - lecture 5: the formation of bonding and. Self-expansion: we like to grow and improve throughout our lives. Partner has lots of traits, hobbies
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Clothing, Soulmate

OC1863966 Page
18 Apr 2016
26
Psy424 - lecture 8: relationships, personal growth and. Self-determination theory: we"re at our very best when we have met three fundamental needs: com
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Major Depressive Disorder, Longitudinal Study, Agreeableness

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
18
Psy424 - lecture 7: breaking up romantic deterioration and dissolution. Who sees it coming? (macdonald & ross, 1999) Recruited students in relationship
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cognitive Load, Swaminathan, Pair Bond

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
14
Psy424 - lecture 2: attachment from the cradle to the. Some people suggest that it is biologically based since babies are very weak and helpless when b
View Document
UTSGPSY424H1Jessica MaxwellFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Greeting Card, Meta-Analysis, Social Isolation

OC1863964 Page
18 Apr 2016
20
Psy424 - lecture 1: need to belong - the desire for. The donner party was a group of american pioneers that set out for california in a wagon train. Wh
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Retrograde Amnesia, Bipolar Disorder, Neurochemistry

OC18639615 Page
18 Apr 2016
19
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rett Syndrome, Programme For International Student Assessment, Language Processing In The Brain

OC18639611 Page
18 Apr 2016
12
Psy341 - lecture 5 (february 8, 2016): intellectual disability. Early 1800s: understood that those with intellectual disability were not a homogeneous
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Protective Factor, Absenteeism, Classical Conditioning

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
20
Psy341 - lecture 1: historical influences, child maltreatment, and. Infanticide common in western society from antiquity influential text gynecology (s
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Midbrain, Personality Disorder, Thalamus

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
13
Abnormal child psychology chapter 2: theories and. Interrelated causes of abnormal" child behaviour: biological influences, emotional influences, behav
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Epigenomics, Habituation, Mitosis

OC1863968 Page
18 Apr 2016
20
Psy341 - lecture 3 (jan 25th 2016): general etiological factors (congenital. Pediatric psychology: an integrated field of science and practice in which
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Disability, Facilitated Communication, Pseudoscience

OC1863962 Page
18 Apr 2016
21
Research: a systematic way of finding answers to questions method of inquiry that follows certain rules. It is good to have skepticism in research lead
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Autism Spectrum, Birth Weight, Smoking And Pregnancy

OC1863966 Page
18 Apr 2016
14
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neuroimaging, Attachment Measures, Gyrus

OC1863967 Page
18 Apr 2016
11
Psy341 - lecture 4 (february 1, 2016): general etiological factors ii: Temperament: the style or how behaviour rather than the content (what) or purpos
View Document
UTSGPSY341H1HetheringtonFall

PSY341H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Content Validity, Concurrent Validity, Phonological Awareness

OC1863969 Page
18 Apr 2016
15
Psy341 - lecture 2 (jan 18th 2016): classification and assessment. Categorical classification: assumes every diagnosis has a clear underlying cause and
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rodent, Atmospheric Circulation, Upwelling

OC1863963 Page
18 Apr 2016
41
Climate is the long-term prevailing weather in an area and is largely determined by temperature and precipitation. Desert = hot & dry, tropics = warm &
View Document
UTSGBIO120H1Spencer BarrettFall

BIO120H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Poikilotherm, Protein Folding, Basal Metabolic Rate

OC18639614 Page
18 Apr 2016
19
View Document