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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Cambrian Explosion, Continental Drift, Sirius Passet

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Chapter 21- the history of life on earth. For 14c, production in the upper atmosphere is about equal to its natural decay. The waste product is o2: one
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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Conservation Biology, Species Richness, Introduced Species

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26 Jun 2012
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Conservation biology an applied scientific discipline devoted to preserving the diversity of life on earth. Modern conservation biology is supported by
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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Courtship Display, Fosb, Haliotis Rufescens

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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Isotopes Of Hydrogen, Guppy, Electronic Tagging

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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Tropical And Subtropical Moist Broadleaf Forests, Temperate Deciduous Forest, Intertropical Convergence Zone

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26 Jun 2012
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Ch 52: ecology and the distribution of life. Air rises when it is heated diff in air temp largely determined by solar energy input rate at which solar
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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Genotype Frequency, Allele Frequency, Genetic Variation

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26 Jun 2012
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Darwin went on a 5-year-long voyage and made a lot of observations. England, in 1836, he tried to understand and analyze these observations. He develop
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YORKBIOL 1500dWinter

BIOL 1500 Lecture Notes - Allele Frequency, Genotype Frequency, Population Genetics

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Individuals do no evolve; populations do: a population is a group of individuals of a single species that live and interbreed in a particular geographi
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YORKECON 2710dWinter

ECON 2710 Lecture Notes - Demand Curve, Deadweight Loss, Plywood

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26 Jun 2012
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Week 4 elasticity, tax incidence and tax burden. A key characteristic of demand and supply curves! Changes in one variable as another variable changes.
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Narcissistic Personality Disorder, Mental Disorder, Sigmund Freud

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26 Jun 2012
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Mental disorders have at the heart that people have abnormal thoughts and behaviours, not entirely clear what abnormal refers to. Many theories of what
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Consumer Reports, Counterintuitive, Behaviorism

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26 Jun 2012
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Counterintuitive things to learn and discover about process of psychotherapy. Psychotherapy outcome literature, the literature that exists and concerns
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Carl Jung, Fundamental Interaction, Stereotype Threat

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26 Jun 2012
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50 multiple choice questions, 25 lecture, 25 textbook, since last review class=non-cumulative. History of traits, founder of it, gordon allport, the id
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Anxiety Disorder, Thought Disorder, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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26 Jun 2012
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Many ways in defining abnormal, but none of the definitions are complete, many ways of constituting it, but it is hard to cover all that we mean by thi
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Anal Stage, Repetition Compulsion, Oral Stage

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26 Jun 2012
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Can we change our defining characteristic, and the answer to that is yes. As a whole or a group after a certain amount of time, you will naturally gain
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Johann Weyer, Behaviour Therapy, Philippe Pinel

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26 Jun 2012
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Chapter 18 the treatment of mental disorders. Mental disorders and psychotherapy: 4 basic approaches to treatment of mental disorders, insight therapie
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YORKPSYC 2210dFall

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Lateralized Readiness Potential, Bereitschaftspotential, Explicit Memory

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26 Jun 2012
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Do not have methods to study it yet. Poorly defined third position is that consciousness is produced by activity of brain and that we should be optimis
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Factor Analysis, Implicit-Association Test

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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Common Cold, Endangerment

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26 Jun 2012
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Stress is distinct form the stressor, the stressor is the thing that makes you stressed. The stressor doesn"t not have to be real, it just has to be pe
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Stereotype Threat, Gender Role

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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Unconscious Mind, Vienna Circle, Iceberg

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26 Jun 2012
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Anxiety is the systems way of letting the person know that the ego is losing control, informing itself that id or superego is overwhelming from ego poi
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Stanley Milgram, Random Assignment

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26 Jun 2012
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How our behaviour changes with the presences of real or imaginary people. Conformity and authority are the two key social components. Conformity is a c
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Humanistic Psychology, Abraham Maslow, Behaviorism

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26 Jun 2012
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Humanism is a much more brighter and optimistic view of personality, carl rogers (client-centered therapy) and abraham maslow (self-actualizer) Humanis
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Parachuting, Critical Role, Leon Festinger

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26 Jun 2012
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Scientific study of how our behaviour is systematically affected by others and the behaviours of others, situations allow us to behave in similar ways.
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Personality Psychology

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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Social Cognitive Theory, Observational Learning, Classical Conditioning

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Behaviourism is the second force of three forces that dominated 20th century (the first being psychoanalysis, a dark view o people and their behaviour)
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Julian Rotter, Social Learning Theory, Personal Construct Theory

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26 Jun 2012
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Behaviourism and social learning theory is the second of three movements (forces) that predominated. Julian rotter who did much of his writings in the
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Toilet Training, Anal Stage, Oral Stage

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26 Jun 2012
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The concept mojo" (modern translation of a freudian concept of libido) refers to life energy, a concept popularized by jim morrison in the 1950s, then
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Gordon Allport

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Knowing a little more about the history of the concept will allow you to see it today a little different. For the longest time, the writings of gordon
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YORKPSYC 2210dFall

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive Model, Cognitive Distortion

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26 Jun 2012
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Psychotherapy (part ii) behaviour has an agenda, with goals to fulfill years, cognitive is limited to weeks. Cognitive therapy is a very distinct form
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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Gordon Allport, Lexical Hypothesis, Mother Teresa

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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Sports Game, Beck Depression Inventory, Amplified Bible

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YORKPSYC 2210dWinter

PSYC 2210 Lecture Notes - Extraversion And Introversion, Neuroticism, Agreeableness

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The items that representing a subset of questions, that are widely used from the big five" inventory. These are types of things that are asked in order
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Excitatory Postsynaptic Potential, Axon Terminal, Peripheral Nervous System

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26 Jun 2012
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Contains 10 billion 100 billion nerve cells and about as many helper cells. Nerve cells differ in shape, size, and chemicals they produce. Nerve cells
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory

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26 Jun 2012
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Memory cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information. Encoding process by which sensory information is converted into a form that c
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Motivation, Human Body Temperature, Reinforcement

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26 Jun 2012
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Motivation - a general term for a group of phenomena that affect the nature, strength, or persistence of an. What is motivation: we are motivated to pe
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Siamese Fighting Fish, Habituation, Orienting Response

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26 Jun 2012
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Learning an adpative process in which the tendency to perform particular behaviour is changed by experience. As conditions change we learn new behaviou
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Optic Disc, Christoph Scheiner, Color Vision

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26 Jun 2012
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One rock group accused of encouraging suicide by including command do it recorded backward. Begg, needham, bookbinder examined this by playing backward
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Torsten Wiesel, Occipital Lobe

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26 Jun 2012
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Primary function of senses is to guide behaviour. First level located in occipital lobe, surrounds primary visual cortex. Second level divided into 2 p
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, Inter-Rater Reliability, Quantitative Psychology

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26 Jun 2012
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Optic Disc, Christoph Scheiner, Color Vision

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26 Jun 2012
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One rock group accused of encouraging suicide by including command do it recorded backward. Begg, needham, bookbinder examined this by playing backward
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YORKPSYC 2230sWinter

PSYC 2230 Lecture Notes - Receptive Aphasia, Conduction Aphasia, Parietal Lobe

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Speech and comprehension: psycholinguistics: branch of psychology devoted to study verbal behaviour. Left hemisphere showed larger contrast and thus, i
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