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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Matrilocal Residence, Kibbutz, Bride Price

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20 Mar 2013
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Avoid harming them too much (or too often) Cues tap into some kinship estimator, gives us a kinship index. Kinship index monitors and downgrades sexual
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Psychopathy Checklist, Superficial Charm, Pathological Lying

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20 Mar 2013
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Outline lecture 19 individual differences: preamble: person vs. situation, individual differences at diff. Why aren"t people identical: developmental c
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Sperm Competition, Enclosed Religious Orders, Abusive Power And Control

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20 Mar 2013
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Note: this lecture will be disturbing to some, as it deals with conflict (and abuse) within relationships: sperm competition. Responses to cues of sper
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Naturalistic Fallacy, Sexual Selection, Ingroups And Outgroups

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20 Mar 2013
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Outline lecture 17 conflict 1: introduction to conflict & basic concepts. Acquisition of resources: aggression as risky hawk strategy. Violence as dete
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Cinderella Effect, Child Murder, Stepfamily

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20 Mar 2013
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Outline lecture 16 parenting 2: discriminative parental care. The basic logic: invest parental investment optimally & avoid wasting it. Prediction: par
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Alloparenting, Grandmother Hypothesis, Infant Mortality

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20 Mar 2013
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Outline lecture 15 parenting 1: child-rearing in pre-modern societies. Conflicts of interest between parent and offspring because they are not genetica
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Parental Investment, Casual Sex, Vise

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20 Mar 2013
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Outline lecture 14 mating 3: to bond or not to bond, time budgets. Somatic effort vs. reproductive effort (which is mating effort + parental investment
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Red Queen Hypothesis, Major Histocompatibility Complex, Genetic Load

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20 Mar 2013
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Red queen hypothesis: sexual reproduction to outrun parasites & pathogens: adaptations for perceiving things as beautiful. Direct & indirect benefits f
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Coolidge Effect, Polygynandry, Parental Investment

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20 Mar 2013
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Men and women similar on going on a date. Much more men than women say they would go back to apartment (70-8%) Same thing with gong to bed with the per
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Red Queen Hypothesis, Major Histocompatibility Complex, Genetic Load

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20 Mar 2013
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Red queen hypothesis: sexual reproduction to outrun parasites & pathogens: adaptations for perceiving things as beautiful. Direct & indirect benefits f
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U OF GPSYC 3100Pat BarclayWinter

PSYC 3100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Coolidge Effect, Polygynandry, Parental Investment

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20 Mar 2013
22
Men and women similar on going on a date. Much more men than women say they would go back to apartment (70-8%) Same thing with gong to bed with the per
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U OF GPSYC 2410Elena CholerisFall

Behavioural Neuroscience 2410.rtf

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17 Oct 2012
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Observe the consequences of an unobservable processes and from these logically infer the nature of those unobservable processes. Jose" delgado: tamed a
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

March15.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Grouping by common fate: when items grouped together, they move together. Motion parallax: things closer appear to be moving in opposite direction, thi
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

April3.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Inter-aural time differences: if a sound comes from the right, it will hit the right ear before the left ear. Works better with low frequencies because
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

April5.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Olfactory epithelium (mucosa): mucous has olfactory binding protein, allows molecules to stick easier. Olfactory receptor neurons (orn): have cilia on
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

March20.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Cells in the mtc that respond to a larger percentage of movement. Induced motion illusion: tendency for vision to assume that the small thing moves. Te
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

March6.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Eyes make a mistake where the visual system matches two separate dots, and thinks they came from the same place (illusion is that the place the visual
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

March8.rtf

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16 Apr 2012
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Visual angle: tell you actual size, and how far away in depth. Ames room: take away depth cues that the person would usually use, giving the illusion t
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U OF GPSYC 2330Francesco LeriWinter

Pavlovian&Operant

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17 Jan 2012
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

Psychophysics, Week 2

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17 Jan 2012
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Signal detection: physics of the stimuli, relation between the intensity and our psychological reaction to it. When you have a diff. threshold, you nee
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

methods, refractory period, psychophysics(part)

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17 Jan 2012
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Refractory period: means a delay between one action potential and the next. Sets upper limit of ap/second (500-800 action potentials/ second. Graded re
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U OF GPSYC 2390Lana TrickWinter

cell parts and neural charges

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17 Jan 2012
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Transduction: changing energy from one form to the next for vision we need light, Our body does not know how to interpret light directly. Hit bones, ca
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganFall

PSYC 2650 Study Guide - Linguistic Determinism, Tabula Rasa, Categorical Logic

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9 Dec 2011
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You have a language organ in your brain, all you need is people talking to you and that language organ is going to develop- needs minimal input. When y
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U OF GPSYC 2650Dan MeeganFall

PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes -Phrase Structure Rules, Linguistic Performance, Linguistic Relativity

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9 Dec 2011
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Average american high school graduate knows about 45,000 different words. Speaker needs to know word"s sound, sequence of phenomene"s that make up the
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