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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Ehlers–Danlos Syndromes, Intramembranous Ossification, Endochondral Ossification

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10 Sep 2019
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Bone, Elastic Cartilage, Osteon

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8 Sep 2019
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Compact bone : strong, absorbs a lot of energy before fracturing. Spongy / cancellous bone : porous, elastic and flexible (can change. Every bone conta
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Connective Tissue, Tight Junction, Loose Connective Tissue

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6 Sep 2019
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Pnb 2264 lecture 4: epithelial tissue, connective tissue. Tight junctions : prevent substances from moving between cells. Hold cells together tightly,
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Extracellular Fluid, Sebaceous Gland, Dyskinesia

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6 Sep 2019
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fluid Compartments, Extracellular Fluid, Body Cavity

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5 Sep 2019
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Homeostasis : the body"s tendency to maintain relatively stable internal. Allows for a balance in which internal conditions are not completely constant
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UCONNPNB 2264John ReddenFall

PNB 2264 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Epithelium, Gross Anatomy, Connectomics

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4 Sep 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Shortcake, Primary Color, Gender Identity

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24 Apr 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 28: Sexuality, Attraction, and Gender

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22 Apr 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 27: Intergroup Relations

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15 Apr 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Group Decision-Making, Emotional Contagion, Social Loafing

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12 Apr 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 26: group influence, social identity. Deindividuation : loss of perceived responsibility and identity in a group setting. Why individ
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Normative Social Influence, Social Influence, Stanford Prison Experiment

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10 Apr 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 25: social influence (compliance, conformity) That"s-not-all technique : offers are made in increments, without giving an opportunity
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Prosocial Behavior, Social Skills, Social Influence

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10 Apr 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Social Cognition, Positive Illusions, Stereotype Threat

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5 Apr 2019
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Broccoli, Life Studies, Social Cognition

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3 Apr 2019
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Social cognition : the ways in which people think about their own and others". Understanding others also referred to as theory of mind, social-perspect
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Facial Feedback Hypothesis, Facial Expression, Microexpression

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1 Apr 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 21: emotion (factors in emotion, fear, happiness) Emotion : a feeling or affect that involves the following: Basic emotions are expre
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 20: Motivation and Emotion

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29 Mar 2019
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Motivation: the factors that move individuals to behave, think, and feel as they do. Ex: joining a certain club or group due to social interests, desir
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Natural Disaster, Homeostasis, Negative Affectivity

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27 Feb 2019
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Stress: some disruption in a person"s typical functioning, physical or psychological (disruption from homeostasis) Catastrophic event (e. g. mass shoot
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 11: Developmental Psychology (Peer Relations)

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18 Feb 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 11 developmental psychology (peer relations) Reciprocity (both consider the other to be their friend) Voluntary commitment (they do n
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Identity Formation, Peer Group, Gender Identity

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15 Feb 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 10 self and identity, peer relations. Fifth stage: identity vs. role confusion (11-18 years) Individual acquires a sense of self iden
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Developmental Psychology, Moral Development, Autobiographical Memory

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14 Feb 2019
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Perceived as a conflict and a source of stress. Many developmental psychologists examine what and why parents and teenagers fight about. Most conflict
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Autobiographical Memory, Joint Attention, Metacognition

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8 Feb 2019
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Information-processing theory (a modern approach to cognitive development) Uses a computer metaphor to explain cognitive development. Joint attention (
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 6: Cognitive Development (Piaget's Theory of Cognitive Development)

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6 Feb 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 6 cognitive development (piaget"s theory of cognitive development) Children explore their world through senses and actions. They acqu
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 5: Developmental Psychology

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6 Feb 2019
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Many early theorists argued that children were passive beings that took. Now more theorists are recognizing that children are active in their own littl
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 4: Research Methods and Developmental Psych 1

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30 Jan 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 4 research methods and developmental psych 1. Consider whether bias is playing a role (could be on the part of experimenter or partic
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture 3: Research Methods in Psychology

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28 Jan 2019
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Psyc 1103 lecture 3 research methods in psychology. What one studies is not as important as how one studies it. It is the methods rather than the topic
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UCONNCHEM 1125QSelampinarSpring

CHEM 1125Q Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ice Pack, Heat Transfer, Exothermic Process

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27 Jan 2019
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Chem 1125 lecture 2 chapter 10 (energy and energy changes, intro to thermodynamics, Energy changes accompanying chemical and physical reactions play an
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UCONNPSYC 1103Rhiannon Smith( S I)Spring

PSYC 1103 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Wilhelm Wundt, Sigmund Freud, Western Philosophy

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25 Jan 2019
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Psyc 1102 lecture 2 chapter 1 (what is psychology?) Psychology : the science of mind and behavior. Freud had many negative opinions about humankind. Hi
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UCONNNUSC 2200Professor Rhonda BrownbillSpring

NUSC 2200 Lecture 1: Preconception Nutrition

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23 Jan 2019
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18% of couples are subfertile (may be caused by poor nutrition) How americans eat and general health trends in america. Harvard healthy eating initiati
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UCONNNUSC 1165Molika CheaFall

NUSC 1165 Final: Study Guide (Chapters 1-12)

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13 Dec 2018
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UCONNCHEM 1124QAlfredo Angeles- BozaFall

CHEM 1124Q Quiz: Quiz 5 Study Guide (Chapters 8 + 9)

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4 Dec 2018
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Midterm: Exam 3 Study Guide (Thinking and Intelligence, Development, Language, and Emerging Topics in Psychology)

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3 Dec 2018
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Big Data, Convergent Validity, Genetic Testing

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30 Nov 2018
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Psyc 1100 lecture 21 computational psychology ii (psychology in the age of big data) Beginning of psychology: low noise, smaller-scale data, experiment
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Artificial Neural Network, Process Theory, Hypothesis

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27 Nov 2018
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Psyc 1100 lecture 20 computational approaches to psychology. Types of cognitive models: analyze and predict behavior and cognition. Is a way of formall
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Moro Reflex, Neural Darwinism, Primitive Reflexes

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26 Nov 2018
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Rooting reflex (response to anything that touches baby"s cheek) Grasping reflex (response to anything that touches baby"s palms) Moro reflex (desire to
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Neurotypical, Prenatal Development, Dyslexia

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14 Nov 2018
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UCONNCHEM 1124QAlfredo Angeles- BozaFall

CHEM 1124Q Quiz: Quiz 4 Study Guide (Chapters 7 and 8)

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13 Nov 2018
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Phoneme, Multilingualism, Social Change

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9 Nov 2018
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Ability to recognize mother"s voice (even from inside the womb) Ability to distinguish phonemes (basic sounds that make up words) Ability to distinguis
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture 16: Thinking and Intelligence II

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7 Nov 2018
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Psyc 1100 lecture 16 thinking and intelligence ii. The neuron study suggests there are only three types of intelligence: reasoning, short-term memory,
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Amy Cuddy, Situated Cognition, Embodied Cognition

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1 Nov 2018
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Creativity (brainstorming, combining ideas, thinking of new ideas) All state that behavior emerges from interaction between an organism and its current
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UCONNPSYC 1100Alexandra PaxtonFall

PSYC 1100 Midterm: Exam 2 Study Guide

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28 Oct 2018
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