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UTSCPSYC31H3Konstantine ZakzanisWinter

PSYC31H3 Chapter Notes -Cognitive Flexibility, Spinal Cord Injury, Ecological Validity

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Chapter 1: theory and practice of neuropsychological assessment. Any of 6 purposes will prompt a psychological evaluation: Identifying a possible neuro
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UTSCPSYC36H3Amanda U.Fall

PSYC36 Chapter 3

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25 Oct 2011
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UTSCPSYC36H3Amanda U.Fall

PSYC36 Chapter 2

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UTSCPSYC36H3Amanda U.Fall

PSYC36 Lec 1-6

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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 6 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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Chapter 6: sentences that specify a more precise relation between the target word to the context. In some cases, there is greater recall of information
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 5 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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Retrieval calling to mind of previously stored information. Information needed for longer periods of time is transferred to long-term memory (ltm) Sens
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 4 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 3 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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Stimulus: the image projected onto the retina is 2d, upside down and reversed, gibson you immediately acquire information about the object"s function.
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 2 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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 lesions can cause irregular and jerky movements, tremors, impairment of balance and gait.  shift attention between visual and auditory stimuli, rhyt
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 1 Textbook

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8 Mar 2011
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Cognitive psychology: how people acquire, store, transform, use, and communicate information. Nativism certain skills and abilities are hardwired into
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