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UTSGHMB323H1allWinter

HMB323H1 Study Guide - Knowledge Translation, Child Development, Impact Evaluation

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Sociopolitical/biological -> affect health in transnational perspective: transnational health research- health equity. Hybrid of public health + intern
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UTSGBIO270H1allFall

BIO270H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Podocyte, Euryhaline, Oncotic Pressure

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12 Feb 2014
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Bio270 midterm oct 2012 study notes lec 1 5. Lec 1: basic physiological principles: history of physiology. Definition: study of how the parts of the an
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UTSGBCH210H1Charles DeberFall

BCH210H1 Lecture Notes - Aliphatic Compound, Carboxypeptidase A, Isoleucine

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11 Sep 2013
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Chemicals of life: nucleic acids, amino acids, carbohydrates, lipids, steroids, na+, k+, ca+2, cl-, po4 -2. Four nucleotides: adenine, guanine, thymine
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ernest Gellner, Joseph Schumpeter, Cultural Imperialism

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15 Nov 2012
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Today, we will discuss several aspects of social inequality linked to colonization. Regions mainly geographical, economic, and ecological units often s
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Allan Hubley, Prejudice, Social Inequality

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15 Nov 2012
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Filial Piety, Karl Mannheim, Population Ageing

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15 Nov 2012
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Canada"s populations is aging more quickly than many other countries. Ways which aging & age group change => changes in demography & society. How the i
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Canadian Indian Residential School System, Indian Act, Acculturation

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15 Nov 2012
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Race and ethnic relations, continued: first nations people. A few salient facts about aboriginal people in canada: aboriginal people are spread with va
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UTSGSOC102H1Lorne TeppermanFall

SOC102H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Local Health Integration Network, Coronary Artery Disease, Rick Glazier

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15 Nov 2012
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Effects of social inequality: (1) illness and stigmatization. Have discussed income (class) inequality, gender inequality, ethnic and racial inequality
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipWinter

exam readings part1.docx

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18 Apr 2012
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Plasma membrane: enclose cell, define boundaries, maintain essential differences between cytosol & extracellular environment, eukaryotic cell. Membrane
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UTSCPSYA02H3All

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Wilhelm Wundt, Construct Validity

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26 Mar 2012
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Science has always been contextualized in a larger set of societal/historical/political/ ideological/economic processes E. g. , theological/religious b
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UTSCPSYA02H3All

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Decision-Making

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26 Mar 2012
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Emotion (affect) - feelings that involve subjective evaluation, physiological process and cognitive beliefs. Mood - diffuse and long-lasting emotional
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UTSCPSYA02H3All

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Psy

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26 Mar 2012
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* provides important insights into people & used in all different careers (counselling, selling cars, consulting, management, activism, etc. ) and rese
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Acculturation

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26 Mar 2012
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People"s brain function the same around the world, so we don"t have to question how well fundamental neuronal processes generalize. In the case of high
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanFall

Psy100-Chapter 15.doc

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26 Mar 2012
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Fundamental attribution error: the tendency to overemphasize personal factors and underestimate situational factors in explaining behaviour. Social psy
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

Psy100-Chapter 9.doc

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26 Mar 2012
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Motivation: factors that energies, direct, or sustain behaviour. Four essential qualities of motivational states: energizing, directive, persistence, d
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Personality Disorder, Panic Disorder

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26 Mar 2012
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Chapter 14 treating disorders of mind and body. Psychotherapy: changing the patterns of thought and behaviour. Freud was the first to develop psycholog
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Animal Communication

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26 Mar 2012
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A baby learns to walk without formal teaching. Learning to walk progresses along a fixed, time-ordered sequence characteristic of all humans. Environme
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Bipolar Disorder, Psychopathology, Panic Disorder

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26 Mar 2012
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Chapter 13 - disorders of mind and body. Psychopathology -- sickness or disorder of the mind. Prevailing view in 20th century is that the origins of ps
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Sigmund Freud, Hierarchical Database Model

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26 Mar 2012
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Personality: characteristics, emotional responses, thoughts, and behaviors that are relatively stable over time and across circumstances. Personality t
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychological Science, Edward B. Titchener, Cognitive Revolution

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26 Mar 2012
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Case2: amadou diallo in font of house: racial attitudes (stereotypes) Brain imaging: assessing changes in metabolic activity in the brain, i. e. noting
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

Psy100-Chapter 8.doc

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26 Mar 2012
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For the most part, our thinking is adaptive. e. g. develop rules for making fast decisions in everyday life. Cognition: mental activity such as thinkin
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Memory Span

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26 Mar 2012
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Memory: capacity of the ns to acquire and retain usable skills and knowledge, allowing living organisms to benefit from experience. H. m: unable to for
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UTSGPSY100H1allWinter

Psy100- Chapter 2.doc

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26 Mar 2012
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Empirical questions: can be answered by observing and measuring the world around us, can be proven t/f. Many significant findings are result of serendi
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Psychophysics, Motion Perception, Olfaction

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26 Mar 2012
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How our sense organs respond to external stimuli and transmit responses to brain. Processing of detected sensory signals that result in internal repres
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Resting Potential, Acetylcholine, Choline

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26 Mar 2012
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A communication network comprised of billions of specialized cells, evaluates info from the external world then produces behaviours or makes bodily adj
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Nucleus Accumbens, Habituation

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26 Mar 2012
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spinal Cord, Cerebellum, Sleep Deprivation

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26 Mar 2012
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Phrenology: based on idea of functional localization, assess personality traits/mental abilities by measuring bumps on skull. Flourens (critic) thought
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Mindset, Paraplegia, Environmentalism

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26 Mar 2012
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People may sacrifice some of their morals for money. Won"t be performing properly if you are not motivated. Things such as money, sex as motivators can
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Dennis Amiss, Pus, Ellen Langer

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26 Mar 2012
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Using your memory more effectively is effectively what you do when you learn. Effective encoding and rehearsal: mnemonics & multiple retrieval cues, ov
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UTSGPSY100H1doldemanWinter

Topic 6- Memory.docx

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26 Mar 2012
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipWinter

midterm pt1.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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UTSGBIO130H1Kenneth YipSummer

midterm pt2

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8 Mar 2012
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Problem: ends of dna (telomerase, shortening of dna in lagging strand-> lose info, winding problem (topoisomerase, mistakes (exonuclease) (263-288) Low
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UTSGPSL300H1allFall

midterm pt1.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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UTSGMAT135H1Anthony LamSummer

chapter5

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23 Feb 2012
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UTSGMAT135H1Anthony LamWinter

chapter5 part2

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23 Feb 2012
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UTSGMAT136H1allWinter

MAT136H1 Lecture Notes - Armenian Secret Army For The Liberation Of Armenia, Dej

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23 Feb 2012
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UTSGMAT136H1allWinter

MAT136H1 Lecture Notes - Unified Atomic Mass Unit, Riemann Sum, Nostril

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22 Feb 2012
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UTSGPSY100H1allWinter

chapter reading7

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22 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYA02H3All

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Riemann Integral, European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Antiderivative

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20 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYA02H3All

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Riemann Sum, Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Riemann Integral

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20 Feb 2012
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