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SFUSA 335Rachel TreloarFall

Week 9 Reading Summary

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SFUSA 335Rachel TreloarFall

SA 335 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Public Administration Review, Emotional Labor, Qualitative Sociology

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Women"s jobs, men"s jobs: sex segregation and emotional labor, public administration review, 64(3), 289-299. (11pp) Constructing gender and occupationa
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Attachment Theory, Alcoholism, Incest

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18 Apr 2013
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How couples experience distress and seek help for relationship difficulties by bradbury & The role of unconscious forces in how partners perceive one a
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SFUENV 319David BoydWinter

ENV 319 Chapter Notes -Private Law, Public Law

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17 Apr 2013
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An introduction to environmental law and policy in canada. By: p. muldoon, a. lucas, r. gibson, and p. pickfield. Chapter 7: the basic structure of env
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Ontogeny, Ego Depletion, Dysthymia

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16 Apr 2013
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Established and emerging perspectives on violence in intimate. Multi-factor models that integrate multiple perspectives on partner violence. Feminist p
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SFUPSYC 241Shannon ZaitsoffFall

PSYC 241 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Thyroid Hormones, Liver Function Tests, Hypothyroidism

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16 Apr 2013
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Stereotypy the repetition of meaningless gestures or movements. Mental retardation sub-average intellectual functioning with onset before age 18. Must
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

PSYC 362 Chapter Notes -Convergent Validity, Cuckold, Natural Selection

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16 Apr 2013
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A review of sex differences in sexual jealousy, including. Interpersonal violence, and morbid jealousy by harris (2003) The article discusses/reviews j
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SFUPSYC 362Kim BartholomewWinter

Week 9 Reading Notes

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16 Apr 2013
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Emotion, physiology, and health by witvliet, ludwig, and. Forgiving thoughts prompted greater perceived control and comparatively lower physiological s
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SFUENV 319David BoydWinter

ENV 319 Lecture Notes - Kyoto Protocol

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28 Mar 2013
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An introduction to environmental law and policy in canada. By: p. muldoon, a. lucas, r. gibson, and p. pickfield. Chapter 5: the relationship between c
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SFUENV 319David BoydWinter

ENV 319 Chapter Notes -Inquisitorial System, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Precedent

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28 Mar 2013
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An introduction to environmental law and policy in canada. By: p. muldoon, a. lucas, r. gibson, and p. pickfield. Civil law and common law jurisdiction
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SFUENV 319David BoydWinter

ENV 319 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Rotterdam Convention, Environmental Protection, World Values Survey

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28 Mar 2013
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Lecture Notes - Dementia, Neural Development, Neurodevelopmental Disorder

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25 Mar 2013
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Typical onset: late teens and early twenties. Largest lump of cases 1. 5% between 30-34. Catatonic motor function impairment; i. e. frozen in poses, po
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ontogeny, Continuity Equation

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Chapter 1: themes and issues in adult development and aging. Individuals remain the same" even though they change. Individuality matters (inter-individ
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Schizoaffective Disorder, Social Anxiety Disorder, Major Depressive Disorder

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Criteria used to judge behavior as abnormal include feeling personal or subjective distress, being impaired in everyday life, causing a risk to the sel
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes -Optometry, Extraversion And Introversion, Prefrontal Cortex

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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Motivation, Absenteeism, Construction Worker

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Labor force includes all civilians in the over 16 population who live outside of institutions (prisons, nursing homes, residential treatment centers) a
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Physical Exercise, Olive Oil, Presenilin

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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Problem Solving, Speech Perception, Memory Span

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Older adults read slower compared to younger adults. In written language: older adults may experience deficits in retrieval that can lead to spelling e
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Telomere, Oxidative Stress, Crosslinks

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Chapter 2: models of development: nature and nurture in adulthood. Life span perspective development is continuous from childhood to old age. Contextua
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Long-Term Memory, Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Standardized Test

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25 Mar 2013
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Chapter six: basic cognitive functions: information processing, attention and memory. Researchers within the information processing perspective regard
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Progestin, Sarcopenia, Hypogonadism

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25 Mar 2013
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Skin most vulnerable to a series of age-related changes. Varicose veins on the side of the legs. Toenails grow more slowly and become yellowed, thicker
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Complications Of Pregnancy, Child Custody, Blue-Collar Worker

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25 Mar 2013
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74% married at least once by age 55. Effect of marriage on mortality 9-15% reduction. May be that healthier people get married, people who don"t get al
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SFUPSYC 357Wendy ThorntonWinter

PSYC 357 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: A Generation, Dependent And Independent Variables, Convergent Validity

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Chapter three: the study of adult development and aging: research methods. Studies of aging use the quasi-experimental design (p. 45) Term used to desc
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SFUPSYC 268Deborah ConnollyWinter

PSYC 268 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Miranda Warning, General Jurisdiction, Precedent

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24 Mar 2013
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Forensic psychology practice of psychology within or in conjunction with either or both sides of the legal system (legal and civil) Application of the
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SFUPSYC 268Deborah ConnollyWinter

PSYC 268 Chapter Notes -United States Secret Service, Interpol, Police Psychology

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SFUPSYC 268Deborah ConnollyWinter

PSYC 268 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sex Offender, Sex And The Law, Crime Prevention

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Violence risk factors past violent behavior; young age; relationship instability; employment instability; substance use; major mental disorder; early h
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SFUPSYC 268Deborah ConnollyWinter

PSYC 268 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Intellectual Disability, Insanity Defense, Actus Reus

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Civil involuntary hospitalization, personal injury, child custody. Competency doctrine criminal proceedings against an individual may be postponed if t
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SFUPSYC 268Deborah ConnollyWinter

PSYC 268 Chapter Notes -Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Anger Management, Psychopathy

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Mental disorder as a secondary focus of intervention. This group includes offenders who have mental illnesses, sometimes referred to as mdo (mentally d
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SFUPSYC 221Thomas SpalekWinter

PSYC 221 Study Guide - Final Guide: Corpus Callosum, Axon Terminal, Neocortex

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Dissociation a disruption of one component of mental functioning but no impairment of another. Double dissociation two patients show opposite patterns
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Exploratory Data Analysis, Dependent And Independent Variables, Skewness

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24 Mar 2013
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Frequency distribution a distribution in which the values of the dependent variable are tabled or plotted against their frequency of occurrence i. e. r
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Linear Map, Standard Deviation, Conditional Probability

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24 Mar 2013
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Chapter 5 measures of variability (p. 75) Variability / dispersion the degree to which individual data points are distributed around the mean. Range (r
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Level Of Measurement, Central Tendency

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Measures of central tendency numerical values that refer to the center of the distribution. Mode (mo) the most commonly occurring score if two nonadjac
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Squared Deviations From The Mean

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= x1 + x2 + x3 + + xn. I = 1 lower limit of the summation. Summary of the constant: the sum of k occurrences of constant c, k = # of constants; k times
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SFUPSYC 210Cathy Mc FarlandWinter

PSYC 210 Chapter Notes -Count Data, Dependent And Independent Variables

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24 Mar 2013
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Statistics refers to a set of procedures and rules (p. 2) For reducing large masses of data to manageable proportions and for allowing us to draw concl
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SFUSA 304Dany LacombeWinter

SA 304 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Total Institution, Psychophysiology, Erving Goffman

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24 Mar 2013
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Captures the time and interest of its members and provides something of a world for them. Total institutions symbolized by the barrier to social interc
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SFUEDUC 220John NesbitWinter

EDUC 220 Study Guide - Metacognition, Problem Solving, Procedural Knowledge

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24 Mar 2013
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Metacognition knowledge about our own thinking processes. Used to monitor and regulate cognitive processes such as reasoning, comprehension, problem so
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronFall

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Marshall Mcluhan, Stetson Kennedy

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24 Mar 2013
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Legends and folktales usually have something to do with culture, and maintaining cultural identity. It usually has something to do with people breaking
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronFall

CMNS 110 Chapter Notes -Neil Postman, Mark Kingwell, Connotation

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24 Mar 2013
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Fear and self-loathing in couchland: eight myths about television by. Current state of television: dismal state, suffused with mediocrity, jangling wit
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronFall

CMNS 110 Chapter Notes -Kofi Annan, Tilford, Timothy Garton Ash

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24 Mar 2013
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Two aspects of globalization: 9/11 tragedy brought instant death and horrific memories, co2 emission from gas-guzzling cars produces subtle changes (cl
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronFall

CMNS 110 Chapter Notes -Commodity Fetishism, Fetishism, Pierre Bourdieu

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