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RYERSONPSY 300Tara M BurkeSpring

PSY 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Leading Question, Recognition Memory, Dependent And Independent Variables

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19 May 2016
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Recall memory: reporting details of previously witnessed event or person. Recognition memory: determining whether previously viewed is the same as curr
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RYERSONPSY 300Tara M BurkeSpring

PSY 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cerebral Circulation, Factitious Disorder, Fidgeting

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17 May 2016
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RYERSONPSY 300Tara M BurkeSpring

PSY 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Miranda Warning, Interros, Soft Sell

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16 May 2016
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Main goal of police investigation is to obtain confessions of guilt from suspect. Mid-20th century, physical coercion used to get confessions (i. e. wh
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Determinism, Structural Inequality, Socialist Feminism

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1 Dec 2014
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Feudalism, Structural Inequality, Economic Mobility

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1 Dec 2014
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Naimans, Late Capitalism, Neoliberalism

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1 Dec 2014
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Zanuck, r. d. , & brown, d. (producers), & spielberg, s. (director). (1975). Put 2 primary producers and director as authors. If quoting characters spe
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Feudalism

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1 Dec 2014
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The state and its role in class/capitalist relations. Centers on the corporation as the entity which is seen as the problem; what does the state have t
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Naimans, Capitalism, Soft Skills

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1 Dec 2014
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What do you think robinson (narrator of movie clip) means when he says adhd/add is a. It is fictitious because it was socially constructed and created
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Naimans, Stereotype Threat, Neoliberalism

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1 Dec 2014
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The terms race is approximately 500 years old. Refers to the similar characteristics in people, plants and animals. In the 18th century, the idea of th
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Naimans, Taking Chance, Class Conflict

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1 Dec 2014
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*apply two themes to the film but does not have to necessarily be in the film* Pick a theme that you can explain in a substantial way. Half page on con
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Feudalism, Consumerism

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1 Dec 2014
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RYERSONPSY 514Maureen ReedFall

PSY 514 Lecture Notes - Subliminal Stimuli, Psychophysics, Dependent And Independent Variables

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11 Sep 2014
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RYERSONSOC 103Lock RebeccaFall

Lecture 1.docx

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11 Sep 2014
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We think/ process both consciously and unconsciously (i. e. ) the influence the larger media has on us such as body image and gender roles in movies, a
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Knowledge Sharing, Policy

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14 Mar 2014
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

Class 8 Motivation.docx

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8 Mar 2014
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Sampling Bias, Groupthink, Group Conflict

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24 Feb 2014
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RYERSONPSY 215Amelia UsherWinter

PSY 215 Lecture Notes - Mood Disorder, Mental Disorder, Atypical Depression

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15 Feb 2014
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A concurrent disorder is someone who has a mental health and substance abuse disorder and is also known as co-occurring disorder, dual and comorbid dis
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RYERSONPSY 808Kosha BramesfeldWinter

PSY 808 Lecture Notes - Transtheoretical Model, Community Psychology

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15 Feb 2014
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How do we use research to apply to the evaluation tools: Community science: research is a defining feature of community psychology; not where community
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RYERSONPSY 808Kosha BramesfeldWinter

PSY 808 Lecture Notes - Community Psychology

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15 Feb 2014
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It is often difficult to come to a consensus within a group in terms of reaching an understanding of the vision, context, needs and action of the parti
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Interactional Justice, Organizational Learning, Social Influence

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14 Feb 2014
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One of the reasons that it is important to understand communication because people who work in production engage in a communisation episode once every
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RYERSONPSY 808Kosha BramesfeldWinter

PSY 808 Lecture Notes - Deinstitutionalisation, Fatalism, Speedstep

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4 Feb 2014
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RYERSONPSY 215Amelia UsherWinter

PSY 215 Lecture Notes - Peer Pressure, Heritability, Depressant

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4 Feb 2014
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Job Satisfaction, Job Performance, Agreeableness

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4 Feb 2014
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Correlation is the strength between two variables; there is a relationship between two things. Coefficient: direction whether the correlation is positi
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RYERSONMHR 405Kristyn ScottWinter

MHR 405 Lecture Notes - Fundamental Attribution Error, Extraversion And Introversion, Job Performance

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4 Feb 2014
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Personality is the traits that make up an individual and how those traits influence the way we interact with the environment around us. Our traits are
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RYERSONPSY 215Amelia UsherWinter

PSY 215 Lecture Notes - Dsm-5, Domestic Violence, Social Capital

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30 Jan 2014
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RYERSONSSH 301Tonya DavidsonFall

SSH 301 Lecture Notes - Participatory Rural Appraisal, Participatory Action Research, Social Desirability Bias

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27 Jan 2014
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Methods: discussion of sample, sampling frame (description of population from which one will derive their sample, list their criteria ie) interested in
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RYERSONSSH 301Tonya DavidsonFall

SSH 301 Lecture Notes - Literature Review, Grounded Theory, Thick Description

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27 Jan 2014
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Sampling frame: criteria that need to met to be included in the study ie) interviewing: include population of who can be include din this study. What a
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RYERSONSSH 301Tonya DavidsonFall

SSH 301 Lecture Notes - Likert Scale, Social Desirability Bias, Open Data

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27 Jan 2014
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A systematic way to ask a specific set of questions and are almost exclusively quan methods and is deductive. Research design in survey based research:
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RYERSONSSH 301Tonya DavidsonFall

SSH 301 Lecture Notes - Erving Goffman, William Foote Whyte, Ethnography

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27 Jan 2014
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Ethnography: if you are going to breach a guideline it must be worth it and there must be a minimal amount of harm inflicted. -> writing about culture,
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RYERSONSSH 301Tonya DavidsonFall

SSH 301 Lecture Notes - Japanese Canadians, Photovoice, Academic Journal

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27 Jan 2014
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Teresa De Lauretis, Heteronormativity, Lgbt Social Movements

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27 Jan 2014
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Sexual orientation: product of society: conspiracy theory; gay conspiracy ie) teaching is going to turn kids gay. Product of biology: orientation is bi
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Metrosexual, Casual Sex, Heteronormativity

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27 Jan 2014
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Sex/gender role system: social construct of prescribed attributes that are allocated to different sexes; socialization into our identities of masculini
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Denim, Homosexual Agenda, Slut

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27 Jan 2014
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Negative connotation assigned to youth cultures ie) being irresponsible. Institutions see youth culture as a temporary phase and have a lack of consequ
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Big Bang

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27 Jan 2014
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Soc525 class 11 active audiences and fan practices. When we are fans of something, we get an active spectatorship when we want the narration to change
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - First Nations, Jeremy Lin, Slacker

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27 Jan 2014
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> w. b: the first black man to graduate from harvard with phd. Aware of mediated world and racism in the world. Capitalism gives power to the elites an
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Blonde Stereotype, Queen Latifah, Compulsive Buying Disorder

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27 Jan 2014
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Mid term do not memorize article titles and only last names. Binarism: either or way of thinking (ie) whites are positioned positively and the other ar
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Tokenism, Consumerism, Moral Panic

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27 Jan 2014
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They have a secretary that takes care of their businesses and do not have to do a lot by himself. Focused on health and appearance, consumerism promoti
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Upper Class, Umberto Eco, Consumerism

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27 Jan 2014
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We expect morals (democracy vs. freedom, evil vs. good conflict, what the outcome is going to be); we are always anticipating what will happen in the s
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RYERSONSOC 525Jennifer BraytonFall

SOC 525 Lecture Notes - Quebecor Media, Transmedia Storytelling, Simon Pegg

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27 Jan 2014
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Media is fun but worthy of investigation simon pegg, actor. Any form of video/radio communication expressed to large populations (expressing oneself) I
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RYERSONPSY 324Alexandra FioccoFall

PSY 324 Lecture Notes - Size Function, Ct Scan, Autopsy

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26 Jan 2014
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-> we sometimes have an idea of what someone has but we cannot actually examine it prior to post mortem (alhzeimers disease) Histoathological evidnce:
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