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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes -Familicide, Crime File, Attachment Theory

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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Identity Formation, Minimal Logic, Limbic System

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Identity: psychosocial development during adolescence is often considered the search for under-standing, self-expression and self-concept become more &
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cognitive Development, Predicable

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The nature of the child: middle childhood is a time kids gain independence and autonomy, they increase in ability to regulate self and exercise self-co
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Prefrontal Cortex, Limbic System, Psychopathology

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7 Nov 2014
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Emotional development: children gradually learn when and how to express emotions. Emotional regulation: the ability to control when & how emotions are
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Y Chromosome, Egg Cell, Gamete

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In a process called methylation, the dna & rna surrounding each gene enhances, transcribes, connects, empowers, alters and silences genes. Can alter ge
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Birth Weight, Brainstem, Social Learning Theory

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7 Nov 2014
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Replication: repeating the procedures & methods of a study w/ different participants. This is often a 6th step and an important one. Question is how mu
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Childhood Obesity, Hygiene Hypothesis, Overprotected

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7 Nov 2014
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Middle childhood: the period between childhood & early adolescence, approximately age 6-11: genes protect children who have already survived the hazard
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Pelvis, Weight Gain, Dendrite

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7 Nov 2014
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In infancy, growth is so rapid & the consequences of neglect are so severe that gains are closely monitored: medical checkups provide 1st clues as to w
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Teddy Bear, Social Emotions, Toilet Training

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7 Nov 2014
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Emotional development: time period of emotional responsiveness. In the 1st 2 years infants progress from reactive pain & pleasure to complex patterns o
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

CIS2050 Notes.docx

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7 Nov 2014
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Article #2: he sent the first text message 20 years ago, and forever changed the world : mr. papworth was a 22-year-old engineer on the job one decembe
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Reserve Power, Allostasis, Orgasm

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7 Nov 2014
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People rarely need to draw on it: homeostasis: the adjustment of all the body"s systems t keep physiological functions in a state of equilibrium, momen
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Premarital Sex, Emerging Adulthood And Early Adulthood, Libido

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7 Nov 2014
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Chapter 11: emerging adulthood body, mind & social world. Emerging adulthood: the period of life between ages 18-25. It"s widely thought of as a separa
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Pubic Hair, Spermarche, Menarche

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Puberty: the time between the 1st onrush of hormones & full adult physical development. Average age of spermarche is just under 13 years. Unseen beginn
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dental Caries, Permanent Teeth, Cultural Practice

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7 Nov 2014
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In early childhood, the body & brain develop according to powerful epigenic forces: biology works w/ culture as children eat, grow & play. Enabling car
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cognitive Development, Predicable

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Middle childhood is a time kids gain independence and autonomy. They increase in ability to regulate self and exercise self-control. More than people o
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Tremor, Analytic Reasoning, Psen2

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Chapter 14: late adulthood body & mind. Prejudice about late adulthood is common among people of all ages. Ageism: a prejudice whereby people are categ
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Schizophrenia, Multinational State, Premarital Sex

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Chapter 11: emerging adulthood body, mind & social world. Emerging adulthood: the period of life between ages 18-25. It"s widely thought of as a separa
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Birth Weight, Suicide Attempt, Cortisol

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Psychosocial development during adolescence is often considered the search for under-standing. Self-expression and self-concept become more & more impo
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stepfamily, Conspicuous Consumption, Sandwich Generation

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7 Dec 2013
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The midlife crisis: middle age can be 35-50, midlife crisis said to be a time of anxiety and radical change as 40 approaches, has more to do w developm
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Allostatic Load, Flynn Effect, Inductive Reasoning

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Senesce: a gradual physical decline related to ageing. Occurs in everyone & every body part but the rate of decline is highly variable between people.
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Programme For International Student Assessment, Water–Electrolyte Imbalance, Limbic System

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7 Dec 2013
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Puberty: the time between the 1st onrush of hormones & full adult physical development. Many more years are required to achieve psychosocial maturity.
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Prefrontal Cortex, Harm Reduction, Cultural Practice

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23 Oct 2013
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In early childhood, the body & brain develop according to powerful epigenic forces. Biology works w/ culture as children eat, grow & play. During early
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Teddy Bear, Social Preferences, Oral Stage

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23 Oct 2013
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In the 1st 2 years infants progress from reactive pain & pleasure to complex patterns of social awareness. At 1st there is pleasure and pain. Newborns
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: 18 Months, Antibody, Kwashiorkor

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23 Oct 2013
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In infancy, growth is so rapid & the consequences of neglect are so severe that gains are closely monitored. Medical checkups provide 1st clues as to w
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD*1010 Chapter 7.docx

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Chapter 7: middle childhood - body & mind. Middle childhood: the period between childhood & early adolescence, approximately age 6-11. Genes protect ch
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Limbic System, Phallic Stage, Bsc Young Boys

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23 Oct 2013
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Children gradually learn when and how to express emotions. Emotional regulation: the ability to control when & how emotions are expressed. Task occurs
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U OF GBADM 4000Knut BrundtlandFall

BADM 4000 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Henry Mintzberg

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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Teratology, Near-Sightedness, Doula

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1 Oct 2013
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Every person starts life as a single cell (zygote) Zygote is like a snowflake unlike any other cell but contains genes that have been passed down for t
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U OF GFRHD 1010Susan ChuangFall

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Informed Consent, Albert Bandura, Hemoglobin

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1 Oct 2013
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The science of human development seeks to understand how & why people change over time. Developmentalists recognize that growth over the life span is m
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Mergers And Acquisitions, Horizontal Integration, Tax Shield

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In a normal business purchase, a business(the buyer) purchases equity (shares) from another business (the seller/target) and the buyer becomes a majori
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Dividend Tax, Liquidating Distribution, Dividend Policy

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Cash dividend: payment of cash by the firm to its shareholders. The firm"s records of who owns its shares can never be fully up to date but will send d
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Tax Shield, Financial Distress, Capital Structure

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30 Jul 2013
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How borrowing affects value in a tax-free econmomy. Capital structure: a firm"s mix of long-term financing. If the fir changes the capital structure, o
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Venture Capital, Underwriting, Discounted Cash Flow

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Venture capital: money invested to finance a new firm. Is provided by specialized venture capital firms, financial & investment institution s(such as b
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Dividend Tax, Preferred Stock, Subordinated Debt

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Capital structure: a firm"s mix of debt & equity financing. Competition in financial markets is more intense than in most product markets. In product m
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Dividend Discount Model, Capital Asset Pricing Model, Discounted Cash Flow

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The weighted-average cost of capital & company valuation. Capital structure: a firm"s mix of debt & equity financing. The company cost of capital is de
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Risk-Free Interest Rate, Risk Premium, Market Risk

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30 Jul 2013
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Changes in interest rates, government spending, monetary policy , oil prices foreign exchange rates & other macroeconomic events affect almost all comp
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Dow Jones Industrial Average, S&P 500 Index, United States Treasury Security

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30 Jul 2013
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Introduction to risk, return, & the opportunity cost of capital. When investors buy a stock or bond, their return comes from either (a) a dividend or i
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Capital Budgeting, Cash Flow, Organize

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Promising investment opportunities have to be identified and they have to fit in with the firm"s strategic goals. To evaluate opportunities properly, f
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Operating Cash Flow, Sunk Costs, Cash Flow

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30 Jul 2013
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Using discounted cash flow analysis to make investment decisions. To calculate npv, you need to discount cash flows not accounting profits. There is a
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U OF GECON 2560Tahsin MehdiSummer

ECON 2560 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Net Present Value, Discounted Cash Flow, Payback Period

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30 Jul 2013
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Opportunity cost of capital: expected rate of return given up by investing in a project (also known as discount rate) Net present value (npv): present
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