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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Descriptive Statistics, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Histogram

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Descriptive statistics present information about data at-a-glance to give overall idea of results (mean, median, and mode) Histogram: type of graph use
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Catatonia, Thought Insertion, Family Therapy

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Paranoid: positive symptoms: increased presentations in schizophrenics; new behaviours that emerge. Catatonic: catatonic symptoms: movement behaviours
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Agreeableness, Conscientiousness, Extraversion And Introversion

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Focuses on positive interests, values and strengths of humanity. Not limited by past, if setback, can still move forward. Most basic and essential need
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Jean Piaget, Object Permanence

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Intelligence: the cognitive ability of an individual to learn from experience, reason well, remember important information, and cope with the demands o
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Experimental Psychology, Wilhelm Wundt, Scientific Method

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Teaches us how we think, feel, develop, learn, love, interact and grow; teaches us who we are. Experimental psychology used the scientific method to co
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Social Learning Theory, Sex Doll, Retina

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Triplett hypothesized that the mere presence of others was an important variable in the performance of the actor. Audience: a group of people watching
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Drug Tolerance, Classical Conditioning, Disulfiram

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Classical conditioning of learned responses to a variety of different stimuli occurs through a process called stimulus generalization. Stimuli similar
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH FINAL 1X03.pdf

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Scientific Method, List Of Fables Characters, Confounding

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First begin by studying the existing collection of information about the world (previous work published by other scientists, which helps them build . S
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Reinforcement, France 3

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Instrumental conditioning: the learning of a contingency between behaviour and consequence. Thorndike"s experiment: measured time it took cat to learn
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Mental Disorder, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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Having thoughts, emotions, and behaviours that fall far outside of the standards of what others are doing; considers those who fall well above and well
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Foreign Accent Syndrome, Motor Coordination, Animal Communication

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Language is regular-meaning that it is governed by rules and grammar (sentence can be reorganizes and still retain its meaning) Language is arbitrary-
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Exemplar Theory, Prototype Theory

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Classification allows us to treat objects that appear differently as belonging together (ex: apples) Understanding, predicting (current experience and
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Developmental Psychology, Collective Unconscious, Deductive Reasoning

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Physical Attractiveness, Cognitive Dissonance, Psychopathology

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - France 3

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Sdelta is a cue which indicates when the contingent relationship is not valid. Sd indicated when the response indicated that there is a contingency. Wi
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Personal Unconscious, Phlegm, Behaviorism

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Personality: an idea, an abstract concept that we use because it seems to express or capture something important about our experience. Often referred t
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Fundamental Attribution Error, Physical Attractiveness

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(jones and davis" theory) people make inferences based on three variables: degree of choice, expectation, and the intended consequences of the behaviou
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Social Learning Theory, Noam Chomsky, Phoneme

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Language is regular-meaning that it is governed by rules and grammar (sentence can be reorganizes and still retain its meaning) Language is arbitrary-
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Classical Conditioning, Neophobia, Drug Tolerance

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Dogs would salivate even before their food was delivered into their mouth. Sound of metronome following training triggered salivation of dogs. Studying
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

Discussion Questions PSCHY 1X03.docx

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Taste, Neuroplasticity, Neuropeptide Y

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Le a r n in g )a n d )h o m e st a sis) Le m o n )c u e s) E n v ir o n m e n t )c u e s) E n v i r o n m e n t huge effect on drug (overdose) in diff
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Stanford Prison Experiment, Extraversion And Introversion, Stroop Effect

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Turlough FinanWinter

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Antibiotics, Plasmid, Escherichia Coli

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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Turlough FinanWinter

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Chapter Notes -Organelle, Enzyme, Crystal Violet

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Chemical makeup of cell: enzymes and structural components of cells (50 55%: polypeptides: are polymers of amino acid and are most abundant, are used a
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 2EE3Turlough FinanWinter

BIOLOGY 2EE3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Eosin, Bile Acid, Yeast Extract

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