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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Exam Guide - Variance, Job Performance, Hawthorne Effect

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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Study Guide - Spring 2018, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Variance, Job Performance, Hawthorne Effect

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12 Oct 2018
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Duodenitis, Cerebrovascular Disease, Gastritis

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27 Jul 2018
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mitochondrion, Signal Transduction, Organelle

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27 Jul 2018
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Body"s function is based on 4 macromolecules -> lipids, carbohydrates, proteins, and nucleic acids, thus aging can stem from changes in any/all of thes
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Heart Failure, Calcification, Elastin

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27 Jul 2018
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There is no definitive reason as to why we age. Based on biological aging, we increase our susceptibility to disease and death, so mitigating the facto
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Senescence, Linear Form, Infant Mortality

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27 Jul 2018
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Age specific death rate for male and females in canada (2013) Mortality rate (r/x) -> rate at which certain populations die. Linear form indicates that
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Vasoconstriction, Brown Adipose Tissue, Bone Density

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27 Jul 2018
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When it is too cold, hair muscles pull hairs and make them erect. These erect hairs trap air causing the blood flow in capillaries to decreases. Howeve
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UWBIOL355Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL355 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Contact Inhibition, Twin Study, Time Point

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27 Jul 2018
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Define and differentiate between chronological and biological aging. Chronological age is defined at the passage of time since birth for that individua
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UWEARTH121Keith DelaneySpring

EARTH121 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Solar System, Radioactive Decay, Slab Pull

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27 Jul 2018
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Interior convection: convection of iron outer core and earth rotation produce magnetic field, deflect solar wind, prevent stripping atmosphere, tectoni
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Job Performance, Criterion Validity, Job Satisfaction

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27 Jul 2018
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Lecture 2: Lecture 2

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27 Jul 2018
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Extraversion And Introversion, Confidence Interval, Job Performance

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27 Jul 2018
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Is the light in the room affecting you: before we worry about validity, we have to make sure we"re consistent, observed score = true score + some error
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Job Performance, Personnel Selection, Diminishing Returns

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27 Jul 2018
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Housekeeping matters: email ta for mixed exams, admin stuff. Objectives of course: measurement, variance reliability, validity (how do we differentiate
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Intelligence Quotient, Tape Measure, Coefficient Of Determination

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27 Jul 2018
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Lecture 3 may 8: people need to vary to know who"s better and worse, and thus know how to make decisions, correlation can help us make decisions by che
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UWPSYCH339James BeckSpring

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Content Validity, Construct Validity

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27 Jul 2018
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UWPSYCH339James Beck

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Tape Measure, Intelligence Quotient, Dependent And Independent Variables

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27 Jul 2018
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Lecture 1: personnel and industrial psych are the same thing, org psych is diff because it deals with teams, satisfaction, leadership, personnel deals
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UWPSYCH339James Beck

PSYCH339 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Job Analysis

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27 Jul 2018
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Industrial/organizational psychology >the application of psychological principles and theories to the workplace. Industrial psychology and organization
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UWPSYCH339James Beck

PSYCH339 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Construct Validity, American Airlines, B53 Nuclear Bomb

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27 Jul 2018
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I/o psychology is a branch of psychology that _____ in the workplace: treats psychological disorders, provides therapy to employees, applies the princi
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ostracoderm, Gnathostomata, Placodermi

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12 May 2018
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They are armoured but have no internal skeleton (only external thin bony skeleton). They have a lateral line (series of sensory organs) that detect mov
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Cystoidea, Blastoid, Calcite

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12 May 2018
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Both are deuterostomes, characterized by first opening in developing embryo is the anus and then later a mouth: have a body cavity developed from the e
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Exponential Growth, Ordovician, Paleozoic

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12 May 2018
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Logistic model -> global equilibrium and stops at max carrying capacity (can only accommodate a certain number of species: exponential model -> diversi
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Biomineralization, Neural Crest, Apatite

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12 May 2018
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Vertebrates: animals w/ backbones in phylum chordata, key features -> bony skeleton and vertebrae, skeleton = backbone, skull (enclosing brain & sense
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Edaphosaurus, Hylonomus, Thrinaxodon

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12 May 2018
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The mesozoic started after permian extinction and ended with cretaceous mass extinction. It was the age of reptiles and conifers. Wide shallow seas beg
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Marine Reptile, Hylaeosaurus, Megalosaurus

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12 May 2018
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Isotelus, Cambrian Explosion, Crustacean

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12 May 2018
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Doushantuo Formation, Palynology, Tracheid

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12 May 2018
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Important part of the earth = green earth: the earth would be empty if we had no plants. Less o2, no soils, and food for many animals and humans. Palyn
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UWBIOL360Barry WarnerSpring

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Ungulate, Cenozoic, Mesozoic

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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL 373 Midterm: Midterm 2 - kidneys

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12 May 2018
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K+, ca(cid:884): acidic remove (+, conserve (co(cid:885) , basic remove (co(cid:885) , conserve h+ Erythropoietin stimulates red blood cell production;
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL373 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Arnold Adolph Berthold, Endocrinology, Neurohormone

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12 May 2018
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Hormone -> chemical messenger secreted into the blood by specialized cells; it functionally travels via blood: neurohormones -> fast, endocrine hormone
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UWPSYCH207Jennifer StolzFall

PSYCH 207- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 30 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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In this case, the cues are not locations but rather nouns that come from a memorized rhyming list: should depict the to-be remembered items interacting
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UWRS110Peter FrickFall

RS 110- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 56 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UWBIOL373Heidi EngelhardtWinter

BIOL 373- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 53 pages long!)

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28 Mar 2018
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Scleractinia, Rugosa, Ordovician

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26 Mar 2018
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Paleozoic era: 540-250mya; time of great change, cambrian permian, explosion of sea life (cid:498)age of sea life(cid:499) Started with the breakup of
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL 360 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 notes

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26 Mar 2018
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Molluscs: most common marine animals today, occupy the deepest ocean depths to intertidal zones to terrestrial forests, lakes and rivers. Halkieria cam
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Radiocarbon Dating, Trilobite, Bioerosion

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26 Mar 2018
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They use fossils and other clue of past existence (such as trace. Paleontology study of life in the past fossils; doesn"t have to be lifeforms, can be
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL 360 Lecture 8: Lecture 8 notes

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26 Mar 2018
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL 360 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 notes

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26 Mar 2018
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** rock forming organisms*: organic skeletons dinoflagellates, chitinozoans, calcareous skeletons nanoplankton, coccolithophores, foraminiferans (consi
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL 360 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 notes

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26 Mar 2018
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Origin of life: earliest earth had no life, archaea dominated anoxic conditions with only volcanic gases, prokaryotes anaerobes dominated. Biochemical
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cambrian Explosion, Phototroph, Photic Zone

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26 Mar 2018
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UWBIOL360Barry Warner

BIOL360 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stromatolite, Siberian Traps, Types Of Volcanic Eruptions

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26 Mar 2018
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Extinctions and biodiversity loss: happen all the time because species have natural duration of existence (1000s to millions of years) Mass extinction
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