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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

ADMS CH. 8.doc

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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

ADMS 1000 Lecture Notes - Laissez-Faire, The Public Interest, Air Canada

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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

adms ch. 6.docx

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Definition- analysis, decisions, implementations and evaluations a firm undertakes to create and sustain is competitive advantage. A firm will analyze
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YORKADMS 1000Eytan LasryFall

ADMS 1000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Switching Barriers, Startup Company, Barriers To Exit

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Strategic management: definition- analysis, decisions, implementations and evaluations a firm undertakes to create and sustain is competitive advantage
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsWinter

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Criterion Validity, Statistical Conclusion Validity, Concurrent Validity

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Validity and reliability: validity: shows how well the measure does what it purports to do, criterion validity: How well scores on a test correlated wi
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsSummer

PSYC 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory, Rorschach Test, Projective Test

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Uses and limitations of self report: self report. Report and disclosing of own attitudes experience etc, Fell out of favour: standardized measures: Mea
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsWinter

Chapter 4 R.docx

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Systematic observational research: observation-noting occurrences for science, systematic-follows a certain protocol, systematic try and see; more than
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsWinter

Chapter 3 Research Methods.docx

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How do ethical guidelines in research function: ethics: character or dispositions. Moral values evaluating behaviours: ethical guidelines: Rules and an
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsWinter

R.M. chapter 2.docx

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What is discovery phase of scientific inquiry: discovery phase: Rationale behind the plan of the study. Explatory researchers are frequently guided by
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YORKPSYC 2030Krista PhillipsWinter

R.M. chapter 1.docx

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Scientific method: general expression for the methodology of science, systematic research approach to outlook emphasizing the use of empirical reasonin
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: White Ribbon, Ecofeminism

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Future of psychology of women; relatively young. Women of colour and feminist movement: black feminists. Report different lives as opposed to whites. B
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Pension, Hot Flash, Hip Fracture

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Intro: feminist research pays little attn to elderly women, as women live longer need to delve into their lives too. Attitudes toward older women: agei
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Acquaintance Rape, Victim Blaming, Date Rape

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Violence against women: female farm workers 10x likely to be harassed, harassers are usually ppl with power at work or academia, men"s entitlement of s
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Major Depressive Disorder, Binge Eating, Antisocial Personality Disorder

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Psych disorders-emotions thoughts and behaviours that are particularly maladaptive distressing to selves and different from social norm. Women more lik
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Affordable Housing, Ovarian Cancer, Concurrent Versions System

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Health psych: interdisciplinary area in psych looking at causes for illness, treatments, , prevention, improvements. Why study health n women: 1. gende
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Preterm Birth, Prenatal Care, Preggers

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If it does not implant; becomes mentral flow. Physical reactions during preganancy: affects almost all her organs; relatively minor, report fatigue, ur
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Clitoral Hood, Premarital Sex, Sexual Script Theory

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Background on women sexuality: much more than a biological phenomenon, theoretical perspectives : Often limited to certain views of topics. Heterosexis
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Traditional Marriage, Radiance, Physical Attractiveness

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Depends on sexual partner or marriage partner. Both emphasise physical attractiveness; men more likely to make this their highest rank. Shift caused wh
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Glass Ceiling, Hiring And Mop Fairs, Occupational Segregation

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Nonemployed women- unpaid; volunteer: large increase in women"s employment, schools used to cling only to men; now women are docs n lawyers, still face
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Liberal Feminism, Social Constructionism, Proxemics

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Social constructionist approach- we invent, we comprise our ideas because of the realities we are exposed to: focuses on language and how we categorize
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Spatial Ability, Meta-Analysis, Reading Disability

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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Secondary Sex Characteristic, Muscogee, Endometrium

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Adolescence: defined as a transition phase b. w. childhood n adulthood, begins at puberty (when a young person becomes physically capable of reproducti
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Social Learning Theory, Prenatal Development

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How children acquire their knowledge abt gender and how they develop their personality characteristics, preferences, skills, behaviours, and self-conce
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ambivalent Sexism, Gender Role, Machismo

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Are the beliefs that we associate with particular groups or ppl: gender stereotypes: Beliefs we associate with men and women: prejudice: Negative attit
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gender Feminism, Liberal Feminism, Asian Americans

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Narrow term; referring to those inborn biological makeup relating to reproduction; sex chromosomes and sex organs determinant: gender: Broader term; re
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Coronary Artery Disease, Nursing Shortage, Health Promotion

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Health promotion priorities for future: many changes; alcohol unchanged; exercise up though, obesity the issue growing, diabetes and high bp on rise to
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Epstein–Barr Virus, Cell-Mediated Immunity, Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Immune system was one of poorly understood systems. Psychoneuroimmunoligy: the interactions b. w. behavioural neuroendrocine and immunological processe
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Coronary Artery Disease, Coronary Circulation, Blood Sugar

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Chapter 13: heart disease, hypertension, stroke, and diabetes. Coronary heart disease (chd) is the number one killer in canada. Caused by alterations i
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Chronic Condition, Terminal Illness, Lung Cancer

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Chapter 12 notes: psychological issues in advancing and terminal illness. 100 years ago people died primarily from infectious diseases, such as tubercu
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergFall

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Psychological Intervention, Stress Management, Patient Education

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60 percent have; 80 elders have; 1/3 young adults have; Common among low income; common in women; aboriginals; Self-management: involvement of the pati
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Ronald Melzack, Chronic Pain, Phantom Limb

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Pain is significant fro managing daily activities. Symptom to most likely have individuals seek treatment. It if fundamentally a psychological experien
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Baby Talk

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We often judge technical quality on the basis of the manner in which care is delivered: a warm, confident and friendly provider is judged better than s
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Health Belief Model, Chronic Condition, Reflexology

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Psychological, social, and cultural factors all come into play when seeking care. Recognition of a symptom: some keep going, some go right to their bed
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Optimism, Explanatory Style, Pessimism

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Stress moderators- modify how stress is experienced and the effects it has: has an effect on stress itself/stress-psychological responses/stress-illnes
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Lymph Node, Psychological Stress, Cerebral Cortex

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Is a negative emotional experience accompanied by predictable biochemical physiological cognitive and behavioural changes that are directed either towa
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Harm Reduction, Cognitive Therapy, Peer Pressure

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Health compromising behaviours: many and several including smoking are addictive; difficult habits to ever break. Characteristics of health compromisin
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Breast Self-Examination, Bicycle Helmet, Mammography

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How does exercise enhance health: aerobic exercise is sustained activity that stimulates, strengthens the heart n lungs improving the body"s utilizatio
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Teachable Moment, Health Promotion, Prospect Theory

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Health promotion: general philosophy that has at its core that good health, or wellness, is a personal and collective achievement. Importance of health
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sympathetic Nervous System, Somatic Nervous System, Peripheral Nervous System

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Central: consist of brain and spinal cord. Peripheral: consist of all other nerves connecting to the brain/spinal cord somatic nervous system and auton
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YORKPSYC 3170Gerry GoldbergWinter

PSYC 3170 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Biomedical Model, Systems Theory, Autonomic Nervous System

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Health psychology: understanding psychological influences and how ppl stay healthy, why they become ill, how they react to getting ill. Health definiti
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