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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Stroop Effect

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Problem solving: everyday experience (getting locked out, problem solve about everything we are going to do, goal directed problem requires a goal. Sta
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Critical Period, Kanzi, Oneword

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27 Feb 2014
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Properties of language: creative, structural, meaningful, communicative. Have a finite vocab that can be combined in infinite ways. Structure: although
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture 12: Lesson 12.docx

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26 Feb 2014
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Bell Hooks, Second-Wave Feminism, Mantra

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26 Feb 2014
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As writers, women have always had to submit themselves and their writing to the scrutiny of male eyes. Indeed, many women writers have feared men"s res
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Chapter Notes -Sara Paretsky, Maxine Kumin, Second-Wave Feminism

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26 Feb 2014
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As writers, women have always had to submit themselves and their writing to the scrutiny of male eyes. Indeed, many women writers have feared men"s res
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Chapter Notes -Cervical Cap, Olive Oil, Calendar-Based Contraceptive Methods

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26 Feb 2014
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The greek father of modern medicine hippocrates who lived from 460-377 bce believed that females lacked the male ability to sweat out impurities. The a
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Preposition And Postposition, Partial Trace, Dieselisation

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13 Feb 2014
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Process by which experience produces a relatively enduring change in behaviour or capabilities (knowing how) 2 perspectives for understanding how learn
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Dog Bite, Oneword, Morpheme

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13 Feb 2014
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Properties of language: creative, structural, meaningful, communicative. Have a finite vocab that can be combined in infinite ways. Structure: although
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Autobiographical Memory, Forgetting Curve, The Flaws

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13 Feb 2014
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Levels of processing: how deeply you attend/encode information, surface and deep, deeper = better memory. Reading the dog ran the more in-depth the mor
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WLUPS102Eileen WoodWinter

PS102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Partial Trace, Shelf Life, Metamemory

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13 Feb 2014
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What is memory: cornerstone of cognition, required for most higher-order functions. Vulnerability of memory: don"t be discouraged, tremendous system, p
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Patricia Hill Collins, Hypersexuality, Bell Hooks

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13 Feb 2014
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Jean Kilbourne, Botulinum Toxin, Hypersexuality

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13 Feb 2014
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Many girls and women are acutely conscious of how their bodies are judged beginning at a very early age. Just recently, a canadian news report indicate
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Sylvia Ostry, Real Wages, Cough Medicine

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13 Feb 2014
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I find it both interesting and a bit sad that so many canadians believe that the fight for equality has been won. The statistics on violence and povert
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Heterosexism, Bisexuality, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

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13 Feb 2014
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Date Rape, Forced Marriage, Paul Bernardo

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13 Feb 2014
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Patricia Hill Collins, Radical Feminism, Liberal Feminism

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13 Feb 2014
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What makes the study of feminism so interesting is that there are zillions of ideas circulating and enriching our understanding of the world. Your cour
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Androcentrism, Nellie Mcclung, Simone De Beauvoir

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13 Feb 2014
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Lesson 2: the strugle at the turn of the century. As the 20th century began, more white middle and upper class men feared that the declining birth rate
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WLUWS100Lorraine Vander HoefWinter

WS100 Lecture Notes - Ruth Rosen, Consciousness Raising, Jim Crow Laws

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13 Feb 2014
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WLUCH110Louise DaweFall

CH110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chemical Formula, Chemical Substance, Ionic Bonding

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4 Dec 2013
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Extremely small, not visible to the eye. Atoms basic particles from which matter is composed. Atoms consist of a nucleus (protons and neutrons) and ele
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WLUBI110Matthew SmithFall

BI110 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chlamydomonas Reinhardtii, Atp Synthase, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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4 Dec 2013
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Light has two important functions for life on earth: it is a source of energy that sustains virtually all organisms, it provides information about the
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