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U OF GHTM 2030Connie ZavitzFall

HTM 2030 Chapter Notes -Loss Leader

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Menu pricing is determining the price to charge your guests for the items you sell. Menu pricing is both an art and a science. The science is calculati
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U OF GHTM 2030Connie ZavitzFall

HTM 2030 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Perpetual Inventory, Computer File, 2Degrees

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10 Oct 2012
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Chapter 5 - food storing and issuing control. Storing control: establishing standards and standard procedures for storing. The standards established fo
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Brothel, Escort Agency, Massage Parlor

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13 Aug 2012
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Prostitution: the sale of sexual activity for money or goods of value, such as drugs. Owners of escort agencies and the escorts themselves register wit
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Aggravated Sexual Assault, Sexual Assault, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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13 Aug 2012
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Sexual assault: non-consenting bodily contact for a sexual purpose. Person has to be capable of giving consent; therefore a person who is drunk, under
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Chlamydia Infection, Non-Gonococcal Urethritis

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13 Aug 2012
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Sexually transmitted infections (stis): infections that are communicated through sexual contact. Bacteria: (bacterium) a class of one-celled micro-orga
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Fertility Awareness, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Female Condom

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13 Aug 2012
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Condom: a sheath made of animal membrane or latex that covers the penis during coitus and serves as a barrier to sperm following ejaculation. Most comm
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Lecture Notes - Paraphilia, Cross-Dressing, American Psychiatric Association

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13 Aug 2012
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Paraphilias: a diagnostic category used by the american psychiatric association to describe atypical patterns of sexual arousal or behaviour that becom
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Gay Bashing, Sexual Attraction, Anal Sex

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13 Aug 2012
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Sexual orientation: the directionality of one"s sexual interests toward members of the same sex, the other sex, or both. Heterosexual orientation: erot
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Neotantra, Foreplay, French Kiss

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13 Aug 2012
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Chapter 8 sexual techniques and behaviour patterns. People may use sexual fantasies when they are alone or to heighten sexual excitement with a partner
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: X Chromosome, Paramesonephric Duct, Sex Steroid

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13 Aug 2012
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Chapter 5 gender identity and gender roles. Gender: the psychological state of being female or male, as influenced by cultural concepts of gender-appro
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sexual Jealousy, Social Exchange Theory, Gay Bar

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13 Aug 2012
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Unthinkable, Antidepressant

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29 May 2012
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Sexual dysfunctions: persistent or recurrent difficulties in becoming sexually aroused or reaching orgasm. People with sexual dysfunctions may avoid se
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Limbic System, Cupid, Vasopressin

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29 May 2012
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Research shows that physical attractiveness is a major determinant of interpersonal and sexual attraction. Physical appearance is the key factor in con
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Trachea, Alimony, Married People

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22 May 2012
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Chapter 12 sexuality across the life cycle. Infancy (birth 2 years): the search for the origins of human. Boys show behaviours that resemble orgasm as
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spasticity, Antihypertensive Drug, Sexual Differentiation

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22 May 2012
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Chapter 4 frhd sexual arousal and response. Making sense of sex: the role of the sense in sexual arousal. Senses vision, hearing, smell, tastes, and th
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Spatula, Chemotherapy, Cryptorchidism

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22 May 2012
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Chapter 3 female and male anatomy and physiology. Vulva: the external sexual structures of the female. Consists of the mons veneris, the labia majora,
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Vasocongestion, Casual Sex, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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22 May 2012
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Empirical: derived or based on observation and experimentation. The scientific method is a systematic way of gathering scientific evidence and testing
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U OF GFRHD 2100Cindy ClarkeSummer

FRHD 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Phallus, Orgasm, Graham Cracker

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22 May 2012
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Word derives from latin roots that mean to cut or divide dignifying the division of organisms into male and female. Refer to those anatomic structures,
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

FRHD 1020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Casual Sex, Lower Canada

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6 Apr 2012
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For much of history, marriage was considered a way of uniting families, and of providing stability for society. Seen as an exception to be undertaken f
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

FRHD 1020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Incest Taboo, Role Conflict, Stepfamily

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6 Apr 2012
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Divorce rate of second marriages is higher than first marriages. Stepfamilies have become more likely to involve cohabitation these relationships are l
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

FRHD 1020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Alcoholism, Personal Boundaries

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6 Apr 2012
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A social problem exists when a significant number of people believe that a certain condition is in fact a problem . Public decides when a problem is a
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

FRHD 1020 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Canada Pension Plan, Human Reproduction, Assisted Human Reproduction Act

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6 Apr 2012
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Three trends are working to push up the average age of canadians: The aging of the baby boomer generation. Dependency ratio: a way of comparing depende
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U OF GPSYC 2410Dan MeeganWinter

PSYC 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Socalled, Domineering, Sexual Fantasy

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6 Apr 2012
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Motivation: a process that influences the direction, persistence, and vigor of goal- directed behaviour. Instinct: an inherited characteristic, common
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U OF GPSYC 2410Dan MeeganWinter

PSYC 2410 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Inductive Reasoning, Benjamin Lee Whorf, Confirmation Bias

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6 Apr 2012
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Mental representations: cognitive representations of the world, including images, ideas, concepts, and principles, that are foundations of thinking and
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

PSYC 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Deinstitutionalisation, Cognitive Therapy, Systematic Desensitization

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6 Apr 2012
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Basic goal of all treatment approaches is to help people change maladaptive, self-defeating thoughts, feelings and behaviour patterns so that they can
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

PSYC 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Behavioral Activation, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Paranoid Schizophrenia

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6 Apr 2012
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Defining normal and abnormal here are several possibilities: We are likely to label behaviour as abnormal if they are intensely distressing to the indi
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

Chapter 16 – Psych 1200.docx

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20 Mar 2012
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Defining normal and abnormal here are several possibilities: We are likely to label behaviour as abnormal if they are intensely distressing to the indi
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U OF GPSYC 2410Dan MeeganFall

Chapter 8 – Psych 1100.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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Memory: the processes that allow us to record and later retrieve experiences and information. The mind is a processing system that encodes stores and r
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayFall

Chapter 15 – Couple and Family.docx

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19 Mar 2012
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In early years of settlement: y public assistance was provided by local governments or charities on an emergency basis only y little cash was provided,
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

Chapter 15 – Psych 1200.docx

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15 Mar 2012
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Symptoms weakness, lack of coordination, mild to severe speech problems, paralysis y chronic ms is much more debilitating. Stress: a pattern of cogniti
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangWinter

Chapter 10 – Human Development.docx

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15 Mar 2012
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Most important markers of the transition to adulthood: accepting responsibility for oneself, making independent decisions, becoming financially indepen
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U OF GPSYC 2410Dan MeeganWinter

Chapter 7 – Psych 1100.docx

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15 Mar 2012
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Learning: a relatively enduring change in an organism"s behaviour or performance capabilities that occurs that occurs as a result of experience. In sci
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangWinter

Chapter 9 – Human Development.docx

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6 Mar 2012
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Emerging adulthood from their late teens to at least their mid-twenties. Marriage is around 30 for women in developed countries, and is even higher for
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurraySummer

Chapter 14 – Couple and Family.docx

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5 Mar 2012
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Violence: an act intended to physically hurt another person. Abuse: a situation in which a person takes advantage of a less powerful person. Most obvio
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangWinter

Chapter 8 – Human Development.docx

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3 Mar 2012
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Pubertal changes begin once a threshold of body fat is reached. Once threshold is reaches, a series of chemical events is triggered beginning in the hy
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

Chapter 6 – Psych 1100.docx

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1 Mar 2012
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State of consciousness a pattern of subjective experience, a way of experiencing internal and external events. Altered state of consciousness refers to
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U OF GPSYC 2310Anneke OlthofWinter

Chapter 13 – Psych 1200.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Attributions: judgments about the causes of our own and other people s behaviour and outcomes. Fritz heider: y our attempts to understand why people be
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

Chapter 13 – Couples and Family.docx

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25 Feb 2012
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A social problem exists when a significant number of people believe that a certain condition is in fact a problem y public decides when a problem is a
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

Chapter 8 – Couples and Family.docx

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22 Feb 2012
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U OF GFRHD 1020Sarah MurrayWinter

Chapter 7 – Couple and Family.docx

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19 Feb 2012
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Chapter 7 couple and family y current midlife generation consists of the baby boomers largest group in the population (1/3 of canadians) Like all major
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