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U OF GPSYC 2310Saba SafdarWinter

PSYC 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Collectivism, Clinical Psychology, Hindsight Bias

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19 Sep 2013
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Social psychology is about understanding our social connections to each other how they influence and are influences by what we think, feel and do. Scie
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Study Guide - Family Values, Body Dysmorphic Disorder, Pessimism

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19 Sep 2013
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The self-concept is the basis for self-understanding and it forms the answer to the question who am i? . Ages 2-3: child begins to associate the aspect
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U OF GPSYC 3110Kieran O' DohertyFall

PSYC 3110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psychoanalysis, Biopsychosocial Model, Monism

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19 Sep 2013
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U OF GPSYC 2650BaronWinter

PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Memory Span, Vocal Folds, Subvocalization

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18 Sep 2013
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Depends on our cognition what we know, what we remember, and how we think. Ex someone"s ability to cope with grief depends on how memory functions. Ex
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U OF GPSYC 2450Heidi BaileyWinter

PSYC 2450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Aids, Umbilical Cord, Congenital Disorder

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14 Apr 2013
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From the moment of conception, it will take approx. 266 days for the one-celled zygote to become a fetus. There are 3 major stages of prenatal developm
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U OF GPSYC 2450Heidi BaileyWinter

PSYC 2450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Learning Theory, Little Albert Experiment, Street Children

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14 Apr 2013
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Major controversies about human development: nature/nurture issue. Nurture: environmental influences are most important: active/passive issue. Passive:
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U OF GPSYC 2450Heidi BaileyWinter

PSYC 2450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Developmental Psychology, Measuring Instrument, Sigmund Freud

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14 Apr 2013
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Chapter 1: introduction to developmental psychology and its. Development: refers to systematic continuities and changes in the individual that occur be
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Hyperconnected Space

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14 Apr 2013
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Emotional state: depends more on the situation a person is in than on the specific person, i. e. A man is angry because he was treated unfairly. Emotio
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Personal Construct Theory, Major Depressive Disorder, Learned Helplessness

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14 Apr 2013
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Cognition: is a general term referring to awareness and thinking, as well as to specific, mental acts such as perceiving, attending to, interpreting, r
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Midlife Crisis, Unconscious Mind, Hypnosis

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14 Apr 2013
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False memories: memories that have been implanted for events that did. Important to identify the processes that can lead to a false memory: popular pre
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: The Conscious Mind, Unconscious Mind, Tachycardia

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14 Apr 2013
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Unconscious motivation: according to freud the human mind consists of three parts: The conscious mind: the part that contains all of the thoughts, feel
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reticular Formation, Sympathetic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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14 Apr 2013
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An advantage of the physiological approach is that physiological characteristics can be measured mechanically and reliably. Physiological characteristi
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Behavioural Genetics, Twin, Trait Theory

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14 Apr 2013
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Eugenics: the notion that we can design the future of the human species by fostering the reproduction of persons with certain traits and by discouragin
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Midlife Crisis, Longitudinal Study, Schizophreniform Disorder

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14 Apr 2013
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Personality dispositions over time: stability, coherence, and change. Personality development: the continuities, consistencies, and stabilities in peop
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Trait Theory, Barnum Effect, Personnel Selection

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14 Apr 2013
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Chapter 4: theoretical & measurement issues in trait psychology. Trait theories of personality offer a collection of viewpoints about the fundamental b
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lexical Hypothesis, Polskie Radio Program I, Factor Analysis

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14 Apr 2013
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Traits are internal in the sense that individuals carry their desires, needs, and wants from one situation to the next. These desires and needs are pre
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Inter-Rater Reliability, Test Data, Open Data Protocol

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13 Apr 2013
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Chapter 2: personality assessment, measurement & research design. Self-report data (s-data): the information a person reveals through interviews, perio
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Classical Conditioning, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Latent Inhibition

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13 Apr 2013
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Conditioned Taste Aversion, Little Albert Experiment, Classical Conditioning

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13 Apr 2013
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Studies of classical conditioning began with the work of russian physiologist. Pavlov: started when he noticed that dogs created psychic secretions eve
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Startle Response, Supernormal Stimulus, Habituation

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13 Apr 2013
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All animals react to the events in their environment. I. e. a loud noise causes a startle reaction, a light puff of air directed at the cornea makes th
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U OF GPSYC 2330Stephen LewisWinter

Chapter 1 - Introduction.docx

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13 Apr 2013
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Learning: is one of the biological processes that facilitate adaptation to one"s environment: i. e. reproduction, which is central to the survival of s
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U OF GPSYC 2740Stephen LewisWinter

PSYC 2740 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nomothetic, Testability

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6 Apr 2013
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Personality is the set of psychological traits and mechanisms within the individual that are organized and relatively enduring and that influence his o
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