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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Femininity, Masculinity

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Tendency to divide world into distinct and non-overlapping characteristics, men and women don"t differ in kind, but in degree of the attributes they po
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Attachment Theory, Attachment In Adults

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6 Dec 2012
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Evolutionary adaptation where if infant feels stress, then mother feels stress designates a safe, proper and acceptable distance. More dangerous and th
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

Lecture 9 psych.doc

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6 Dec 2012
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Eric erickson (created the sony ericsson: p: his stages for people extend through a lifespan, emphasized on identity, psychoanalyst. Fidelity: ability
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Noam Chomsky, Temporal Lobe, Frontal Lobe

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6 Dec 2012
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Speech and comprehension: perceiving verbal behaviour, understanding verbal. We can benefit from others experiences and our own. As well, we are able t
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Empiricism, Heredity

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6 Dec 2012
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Stages in language development: prelinguistic stage (0 12 months, crying, cooing, babbling, phonemic expansion, phonemic constriction, cooing at 6 week
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Twin, Heritability, Twin Study

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6 Dec 2012
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Indexed by heritability quotient range from 0 to 1. 1 means trait is influenced solely by inheritance and 0 means trait is not influenced by inheritanc
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Wason Selection Task, Hypothesis, Inductive Reasoning

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6 Dec 2012
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Inferring specific instances from general principles: categorical syllogism, an argument describing the relations between categories of things. The bee
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UTSCPSYD98Y3Malcolm Mac KinnonFall

PSYD98Y3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Memory Span, Reference Group, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences

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6 Dec 2012
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1, then we can conclude on general ability when doing tests. This is only useful if you are comparing two tests. Sternberg"s idea of a successful perso
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Mate Choice, Zygosity, Polyploid

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21 Oct 2012
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Each of the three agrees that species are evolutionarily independent units that are isolated by lack of gene flow, but each employs a different criteri
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Dna Mismatch Repair, Advantageous, Pleiotropy

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21 Oct 2012
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The branch of evolutionary biology that attempts to make sense of the diversity in. Fig 13. 2 shows how a female opossum got her energy at different st
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Antibody, Thoughtless, Regulatory T Cell

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21 Oct 2012
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Chapter 1- understanding hiv: why study evolution, the tools and techniques of evolutionary biology offer crucial insights into matters of life and dea
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Amazon Rainforest, Mate Choice, Cucumber Beetle

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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Directional Selection, Sperm Competition, Estrous Cycle

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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Disruptive Selection, Stabilizing Selection, Directional Selection

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21 Oct 2012
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Quantitative genetics- the branch of evolutionary biology that provides tools for analyzing the evolution of. 9. 1- the nature of quantitative traits:
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Convergent Evolution, Synapomorphy, Monophyly

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21 Oct 2012
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The evolutionary history of a group of species is called it phylogeny and a phylogenetic tree is a. Estimating evolutionary trees graphical summary of
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Mutation, Macroevolution, Microevolution

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21 Oct 2012
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To increase the frequency of desirable traits in their stocks, plant and animal breeders employ artificial selection (example of darwin and his pigeon"
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UTSCBIOC51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOC51H3 Lecture Notes - Principle Of Faunal Succession, Relative Dating, Advantageous

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21 Oct 2012
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Bgyb51: chapter 2 (pages 37 49 and 53 65) The first scientist to give a definition of species, john ray, states that [o]ne species never springs from t
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Mutation Rate, Zidovudine, Azide

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17 Jun 2012
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Chapter 1- understanding hiv: why study evolution, the tools and techniques of evolutionary biology offer crucial insights into matters of life and dea
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Synapomorphy, Nuclear Membrane, Speciation

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17 Jun 2012
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The evolutionary history of a group of species is called it phylogeny and a phylogenetic tree is a. Estimating evolutionary trees graphical summary of
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Macroevolution, Meiosis, Mendelian Inheritance

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17 Jun 2012
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To increase the frequency of desirable traits in their stocks, plant and animal breeders employ artificial selection (example of darwin and his pigeon"
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Relative Dating, Reverse Transcriptase, Intron

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17 Jun 2012
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Bgyb51: chapter 2 (pages 37 49 and 53 65) The first scientist to give a definition of species, john ray, states that [o]ne species never springs from t
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UTSCRLGA01H3Henry ShiuSummer

RLGA01H3 Lecture Notes - Vedas, Old Texts

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30 Apr 2012
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Majority o society did not know about it, only believed what the priest said (vedam) Between 600 and 200 b. c. e many rules created by priest for socia
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UTSCRLGA02H3Henry ShiuSummer

RLGA02H3 Lecture Notes - Puranas, Ganesha, Dharma

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30 Apr 2012
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There is no one single belief, deity, one single practise and god in hinduism, very diversified. These rituals mark different stages and points of life
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UTSCRLGA02H3Henry ShiuSummer

lecture1.doc

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30 Apr 2012
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Most hindus see themselves as devotees of gods. Devotions to specific gods of hinduism three head marking. Not a single religion , practitioners devote
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UTSCEESB15H3ASummer

EESB15H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Convergent Boundary, Thermal Expansion, Asthenosphere

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30 Apr 2012
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The plate tectonics theory suggests that the surface of the earth is divided into several large plates that change in position and size. Moving sea flo
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UTSCEESA06H3SSummer

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Geomagnetic Reversal, Weight, Viscosity

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30 Apr 2012
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The earth"s crust is a thin skin of rock. Earth is divided into three major layers: the crust, the mantle, the core. Seismic reflection and refraction
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UTSCEESA10H3hhSummer

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Paleozoic, Devonian, Cenozoic

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30 Apr 2012
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James hutton is regarded as the father of modern geology. Dating based on radioactivity allows us to determine a rock"s numerical age, also called abso
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UTSCEESA06H3SSummer

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Seafloor Spreading, Metamorphic Rock, Peridotite

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30 Apr 2012
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Derived from greek words geo and logos, meaning the study of the earth . This discipline came into being in the late eighteenth century. The first know
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UTSCPSYB32H3ASummer

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Flunitrazepam, Vacuum, Vaginal Lubrication

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30 Apr 2012
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Chapter 14: sexual and gender identity disorders: sexual and gender identity disorder: full range of human sexual thoughts, feelings and actions that a
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UTSCPSYB32H3ASummer

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Health Professional, Psychosexual Development, Magical Thinking

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30 Apr 2012
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Chapter 13: personality disorders: personality disorder (pds): a heterogeneous group of disorders that are coded on axis ii of the dsm. Individuals wou
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Femininity, Masculinity

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30 Apr 2012
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Lecture 8 psya02 notes: tendency to divide world into distinct and non-overlapping characteristics, men and women don"t differ in kind, but in degree o
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Attachment In Adults, Attachment Theory

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30 Apr 2012
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Evolutionary adaptation where if infant feels stress, then mother feels stress designates a safe, proper and acceptable distance. More dangerous and th
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Noam Chomsky, Frontal Lobe, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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30 Apr 2012
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Speech and comprehension: perceiving verbal behaviour, understanding verbal. We can benefit from others experiences and our own. As well, we are able t
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UTSCPSYA02H3CSummer

Lecture 9 PSYA02 Note1.doc

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30 Apr 2012
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His stages for people extend through a lifespan. Personality formation is a set of sequence of predetermined developmental stages. Each stage is encoun
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hypothesis, Wason Selection Task, Inductive Reasoning

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30 Apr 2012
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Inferring specific instances from general principles: categorical syllogism, an argument describing the relations between categories of things. The bee
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Twin, Twin Study, Heritability

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30 Apr 2012
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Arbitrariness, Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Transformational Grammar

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30 Apr 2012
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Stages in language development: prelinguistic stage (0 12 months, crying, cooing, babbling, phonemic expansion, phonemic constriction, cooing at 6 week
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UTSCPSYA02H3CWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reference Group, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence

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30 Apr 2012
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This is only useful if you are comparing two tests. Spearman"s two factor theory: spearman found that many tests of intellectual ability were moderatel
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UTSCMGTA02H3nSummer

MGTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Flexible Manufacturing System, Service Design, Mercury Marine

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30 Apr 2012
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Service operations: production activities that yield tangible and intangible service products (e. g. entertainment, transportation, education & food pr
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UTSCMGTA02H3nSummer

MGTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ishikawa Diagram, Business Process Reengineering, Kaoru Ishikawa

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30 Apr 2012
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Labour productivity partial productivity ratio calculated by dividing gross domestic product by total number of workers. To calculate this: labour prod
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