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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

CHAPTER 13.docx

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

PSYC 3280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Neuroeconomics

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

PSYC 3280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Polygynandry

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

PSYC 3280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Sociobiology, Phenotype, Eusociality

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

PSYC 3280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Ploidy

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

PSYC 3280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ethology

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

CHAPTER 11.docx

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YORKPSYC 3280Suzanne McdonaldFall

CHAPTER 7.docx

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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: World State In Brave New World, Nuclear Family, Old Age

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In france there was a heat wave and 80% of old ppl died no one went to their houses to check in on them and a lot of doctors had left paris because of
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Canada Pension Plan, Old Age Security, Scaled Composites Tier One

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They are also very vein don"t like being called grandma: they bully ppl into thinking that they are the first generation to get old. Generation y/echo:
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Stress Management, Baby Boomers, Foodborne Illness

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Based on years that they have been born. Doesn"t tell you much, since its only a number. Bizmark: decided that ppl at 65 should stop working this is wh
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ageism, Peripheral Vision, Baby Boomers

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Transportation is a number one concern for old ppl gives them independence and they are not isolated. Study in ontario: found that a lot of old ppl are
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Michael Roizen, Andrew Weil, Botulinum Toxin

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You can buy these things for your teeth where they claim you wont get wrinkles around your mouth. Says that in your 70-80s you should have the best sex
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Retirement Age, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, System 6

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Cpp) but it could be an alternative: cover their expenses (pay for their parking or their lunch) Women"s mid life crisis happens because she wants to t
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Seasonal Affective Disorder, Chronic Pain, Naturopathy

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50% of canadians suffer from chronic pain. Pain hurts elderly ppl more; they are less resilient, thinner, frailer and more sensitive. More women suffer
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peter Munk, Elder Abuse, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate

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Elderly with money: worked hard and saved money, can give their kids a good inheritance, some ppl with a lot of money (trillions) give money to things
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ageism, Baycrest, Old Age

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Examines how aging affects the individual and impacts the society. Geron and ontus meaning old man. Canada has the largest baby boomer popn of any indu
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YORKKINE 3350Kathy BroderickFall

KINE 3350 Study Guide - Sandwich Generation

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Cant stop getting older, but that doesn"t mean you have to get older. For the elderly old age is always fiftneen years older than they are. Theres lots
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes -Frequency Distribution, Spatial Ability, Mental Rotation

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Gender comparisons in cog abilities and attitudes abt achievements. Cautions abt research on gender comparisons: biased samples can influence results.
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes -Self Esteem (Song), Endometrium, Menstruation

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Puberty: experience physical changes that lead to sexual maturity. Adolescence: psychological changes that occur during puberty (transition b. w childh
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes -Paramesonephric Duct, Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Mesonephric Duct

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Gender typing: includes how children acquire their knowledge abt gender and how they develop their gender related personality characteristics like thei
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes -Liberal Feminism, Cultural Feminism, Social Constructionism

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Introduction to psyc and women 1/11/2013 8:36:00 am. There are many experiences women go through (preganancy, menopause) and are more likely to experie
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YORKPSYC 3480Noreen StucklessWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes -Implicit-Association Test, Ambivalent Sexism, Androcentrism

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Ch 2: gender st"s and other gender biases2/3/2013 11:24:00 am. Stereotypes (st): belief/assumption associated w. particular groups of ppl. Gender st: b
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Study Guide - Social Cognition, Structured Interview, Parenting

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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Study Guide - Theoretical Ecology, Coparenting, Collectivism

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The most important role of the family is to allow their young to go through socialization (process that allows children to acquire beliefs, motives, va
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Study Guide - Sociometric Status, Cyberbullying, Social Inequality

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Ch 17: extrafamilial influences: tv, computers, school and peers. Extrafamilial influence: social agencies other than the family that influence a child
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Study Guide - Emotion Classification, Defecation, The Emotions

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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Study Guide - Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Vocal Tract, Frontal Lobe

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Ch 11: dev of lang and comm skills. Language: meaningless symbols that allow for an infinite number of msg"s. Communicate: transmit and influence info
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Cell Adhesion Molecule, Fluid Mosaic Model, Lipid Bilayer

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Ch 3: the plasam membrane and membrane potential. Phospholipids: the most abundant lipid in the membrane (have a non-polar tail and polar heads: made o
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Depth Perception, Tabula Rasa, Infant

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Sensation: process which sensory neurons detect info and transmit them to the brain. Perception: interpretation of sensory input to recognize, understa
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Memory Span, Implicit Memory, Implicit Cognition

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Ch 9: information-processing perspective (there are many different theories associated w. the i. p. p. (discussed below) How is the human mind similar
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Mental Representation, Object Permanence, Cognitive Development

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Cognitive development: changes that occur in a child"s mental abilities over the course of their lives. Created genetic epistemology: the experimental
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YORKKINE 2011Gillian WuFall

KINE 2011 Chapter Notes -Infectious Mononucleosis, Fibrin, Hemostasis

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8% of total body weight is from blood (5l female; 5. 5l in males) Consist of plasma and either erythrocytes, leukocytes or platelets: rbc"s and wbc"s =
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Ovulation, Kwashiorkor, Proprioception

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The first 2 years of life: babies grow rapidly doubling their weight by 4 to 6 months and tripling it by the end of the first year. By age 2 toddlers a
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YORKPSYC 2110Gillian WuFall

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Birth Weight, Breastfeeding, Cerebral Cortex

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Reflex: involuntary and automatic response to a stimulus i. e. eye blinking to a puff of air. Something"s acquired are survival reflexes: things needed
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