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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidyFall

Sociology 2235 Lecture Notes - Conflict Theories

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Perspectives on how theorists think of families in present day. Won"t ask same question twice in different format. Define polygamy in short answer if m
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidySummer

Sociology 2235 Lecture Notes - Polygamy, Vise, Patrilineality

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Defining family: personally, want to have our relationships recognized, not seen as part of or less then, eg. Same sex relationships, single parents: l
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidySummer

Sociology 2235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Power Control, Social Stratification, Generation Gap

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Part 2 current diversity of canadian families. 58% of immigrants from asian and middle east countries (2001-2006) Foreign born in 2006 accounted for 20
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidySummer

Sociology 2235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ingroups And Outgroups, Alternative School, Protective Factor

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Rarely referred to as a key source of happiness. Schools second most named source of past misery (after peers) Religion a dominant role in a minority o
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidySummer

Sociology 2235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Blue-Collar Worker, Absenteeism, Patrilineality

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27 Jul 2013
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Types of urban and suburban areas & family life. Security = absence of property crime, violence, drugs. Middle class+ enroll children in supervised aft
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidyWinter

Sociology 2235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Sandwich Generation, Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Parenting Styles

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27 Jul 2013
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Infants initiate many parental gestures (responses, reactions etc) which become part of babies environment that shapes their lifestyle/attitudes/belief
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyFall

Sociology 2233 Chapter Notes -Leon Festinger, Social Cognition, Safe Sex

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27 Jul 2013
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Definition: scientific study of the way in which people"s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are influenced by the real or imagined presence of other p
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyFall

Sociology 2233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: European Canadian, Overjustification Effect, Fingerpaint

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Composed of one"s thoughts and beliefs about (the known or the me ) Active processor of information, the knower or the i . Self-concept: contents of th
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyWinter

Sociology 2233 Chapter Notes -Morale, Secret Ballot, Group Polarization

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Group: collection of three or more people who interact with one another and are interdependent: needs and goals cause them to rely on one another. Sens
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyWinter

Sociology 2233 Study Guide - Master Sergeant, Life Matters, Limerence

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27 Jul 2013
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Exposure to people in the past limited to small village. Young infants spend more time gazing at attractive faces than less attractive. Exposure to mas
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyWinter

ch.9-attraction.docx

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Relies on both physical and psychological functional distance. Maintaining friendships, having positive warm relationships make people happiest. Propin
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WESTERNSociology 2233Brendan MurphyWinter

Sociology 2233 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, University Of Western Ontario, Implicit-Association Test

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3 Jul 2013
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Solar temple cult- luc jouret and joseph di mambro. Individuals become more committed to their decision during self-justification. Mixed feelings; ambi
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WESTERNSociology 2235Gale CassidyFall

Sociology 2235 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Role Theory, Human Capital

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12 Dec 2012
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Socialization: process whereby children learn how to think and behave according to the ways of the society and the group in which they are born and rai
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WESTERNPolitical Science 1020EN/ AWinter

machiavelli notes (BRESCIA).docx

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27 Jul 2012
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Things for which men are praised or blamed. If prince wants to maintain rule, he must learn how not to be virtuous, and to make use of this or not acco
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WESTERNPolitical Science 1020EN/ AFall

Political Science 1020E Lecture Notes - Oxymoron, Greenpeace

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27 Jul 2012
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Political science = study of politics within nation-state or countries. Distinguishing quality absence of overall government state of nature. Aim to ac
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1200N/ AWinter

Philosophy 1200 Lecture Notes - Demarcation Problem, Falsifiability, Verificationism

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27 Jul 2012
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Mill"s method: method of agreement , method of difference , concomitant variations -> proportional/reverse proportional, method of residue. Know how to
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WESTERNPsychology 2810Tony VernonSummer

Psychology 2810 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Standard Deviation, Analysis Of Variance, Null Hypothesis

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When the research design uses two groups in which each participant from one group is matched with a participants from the other group on a particular c
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WESTERNGeography 2144A/BL.Graham SmithWinter

Geography 2144A/B Lecture Notes - Infinite Space, Dialectic, Stumbleupon

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12 Jun 2012
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Absent presence: fb, e-mail etc. while on vacation. Before: distance played a vital role; contact affected by speed & reliability of communication. Now
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BN/ AFall

lec 4 notes

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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BN/ AFall

2115a Lec 2.doc

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Detection: how much activity do you need in your system to know there was a stimulus there. Absolute threshold: if you presence a stimulus thats less i
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BN/ AFall

lec 5.doc

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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BN/ AFall

lec 3.doc

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Mcgennies experiment (1949) - perceptual defense mechanism, present taboo words to experimenters to measure threshold. Use ascending method of limits (
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WESTERNPsychology 2115A/BN/ AFall

lec 10.docx

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Intensity threshold: more sensitive to some taste than others. Bitter is very adaptive, bitter response is our body telling us it is bad for us e. g. ,
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WESTERNPsychology 2060Sarah RossFall

Ch. 1 for People and Work in Canada 1st ED (online course)

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Vast majority of canadians work in service sector. Canadian society for industrial & organizational psychology (csiop) defines i/o psych as . I/o psych
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WESTERNPsychology 3301F/GPaul FrewenFall

ch.11 textbook notes for Clin Psych

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22 Apr 2012
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Ethical issues in selection of treatments, informed consent, requirement for ongoing assessment of treat- ment usefulness. Psychologist cannot proceed
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WESTERNPsychology 3301F/GPaul FrewenFall

ch 14 textbook notes

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Sometimes responsible for most of the impact of any form of psychotherapy. Treatment outcome research focus on outcomes, outcomes under varying conditi
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WESTERNPsychology 2070A/BPatrick BrownWinter

Some CH.4 notes for 2070a/b

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Attributions: causal judgements abt why event or behaviour occurred. Judgments abt causes of ppl"s actions/outcomes are made constantly & have implicat
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WESTERNPsychology 2070A/BPatrick BrownFall

Some CH. 5 notes for 2070A/B

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5 - person in the situation: self-concept, gender, and dispositions. Dispositions: individuals consistencies across time and settings in specific type
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Ch 13 for Psy Aspects of Life Skills

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22 Apr 2012
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Sexual identity: the complex of personal qualities, self-perceptions, attitudes, values, and preferences that guide one"s sexual behaviour. How we see
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WESTERNPsychology 2060Sarah RossWinter

CH 14 for People and Work in Canada 1st Ed. Online course.

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WESTERNPsychology 2042A/BAlvin SegalSummer

Ch.1 textbook notes for distance studies summer course

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8 Feb 2012
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American psychiatric association defines a disorder as a clinically significant behavioral or psychological pattern that occurs in an individual and th
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WESTERNPsychology 2042A/BAlvin SegalSummer

Ch.5 textbook notes for distance studies summer course

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8 Feb 2012
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Classification and taxonomy: the delineation of major categories or dimensions of behavioral disorders, done for either clinical or scientific purposes
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WESTERNPsychology 2042A/BAlvin SegalSummer

Ch.3 textbook notes for distance studies summer course

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Brain area that controls voluntary movement grow substantially during first year of life whereas the frontal part involved in complex thinking spurts a
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WESTERNPsychology 2042A/BAlvin SegalSummer

Ch.4 textbook notes for distance studies summer course

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Scientific understanding comes from systematic formulation of a problem, observation and collection of data, and interpretation of findings by what is
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WESTERNPsychology 2042A/BAlvin SegalSummer

Ch. 8 textbook notes for distance studies summer course

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Distinctions between inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsivity vs. aggression, oppositional behaviours, and more serious conduct problems. Disregard
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