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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Globus Pallidus, Deep Cerebellar Nuclei, Motor Learning

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21 Oct 2012
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The central motor system is arranged as a hierarchy of control levels, with the forebrain at the top and the spinal cord at the bottom (see table 14. 1
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Thermoreceptor, Astereognosis, Posterior Parietal Cortex

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21 Oct 2012
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Somatic sensation enables our body to feel, to ache, to chill, and to know what its parts are doing. It is sensitive to many kinds of stimuli. The cent
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Sarcomere, Endoplasmic Reticulum, T-Tubule

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21 Oct 2012
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The motor system consists of all our muscles and the neurons that control them. The spinal cord contains certain motor programs for the generation of c
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Color Vision, Cytochrome C Oxidase, Color Blindness

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21 Oct 2012
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Electrophysiology, Synapse, Visual Phototransduction

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21 Oct 2012
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Light is electromagnetic energy that is emitted in the form of waves. The visual system begins with the eyes. At the back of the eye is the retina whic
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Arnold Tongue, Cilium, Lateral Lemniscus

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21 Oct 2012
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The sense of hearing is known as audition and the sense of balance is regulated by the vestibular system. When an object moves toward a patch of air, i
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Brainstem, Proprioception, Vestibulocochlear Nerve

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21 Oct 2012
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The vestibular system monitors the position and movement of the head, gives us a sense of balance and equilibrium, and helps coordinate movements of th
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UTSGPSY100H1Alison SmithSummer

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Brainstem, Neuroglia, Ageusia

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21 Oct 2012
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Gustation and olfaction have a similar task: the detection of environmental chemicals. In fact, only by using both sense can the nervous system perceiv
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Market Power, Marginal Cost, Cold-Formed Steel

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19 Oct 2012
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Lectures will be posted for download on the intranet every sunday. Print them and add extra notes in class. Office hours: tuesday 4pm 6pm, thursday 10a
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Externality, Pareto Efficiency, Allocative Efficiency

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19 Oct 2012
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Definition: productive efficiency is optimal output from given resources or minimal cost for a given output. We have already seen the concept of produc
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206 notes - lec 10

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19 Oct 2012
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Competitive Equilibrium, Perfect Competition, Cogeneration

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19 Oct 2012
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Recall that all factors, particularly capital, are variable in the long-run. Entry into or exit from the industry by firms of the same size as existing
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Numerical Analysis, Negative Number

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19 Oct 2012
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Profit = total revenue (p*q) total costs. = total revenue variable costs (in economic terminology) (operating profit = producer surplus in economic ter
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Opportunity Cost, Cubic Function, Fixed Capital

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19 Oct 2012
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We first examine the cost of firms in the period when capital is fixed to understand the importance of marginal cost in the determination of profit max
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Ordinal Utility, Budget Constraint

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19 Oct 2012
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Suppose that the consumer (household) consumes only two goods (x and y). Given the prices of the two goods (px, py) and the consumer"s income (m), the
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Price Ceiling, Price Floor

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19 Oct 2012
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We can analyze demand and supply and market equilibrium with linear equations. These are equations of the form y = a + bx where a is the y-intercept, i
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Remittance, Economic Equilibrium

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19 Oct 2012
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Our understanding of elasticity will help us analyze the impact of sales taxes or subsidies on equilibrium price and quantity. The simplest sales tax i
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Forego, Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research, One Unit

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19 Oct 2012
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Marginal Revenue, Arc Elasticity, Harvest

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19 Oct 2012
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Definition: elasticity measures the responsiveness of a change in a variable to the change in another variable. Definition: price elasticity of demand
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206Y1 Lecture Notes - Inferior Good, Normal Good, Dependent And Independent Variables

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19 Oct 2012
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UTSGECO206Y1Gordon ClevelandFall

ECO206 - assignment 1 notes

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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Hydrogen Bond, Biomolecule, Hydrophile

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17 Oct 2012
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Eukaryotic Initiation Factor, Kozak Consensus Sequence, Start Codon

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27 Sep 2012
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Mrnas transcribed from genese by rna poly ii. Exported to cytosol spliced, capped and polyadenylated. 2 subunits (large and small: large = 3 rrnas + pr
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Spliceosome, Snrnp, Intron

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27 Sep 2012
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Pre-mrnas become associated with ribonucleoproteins (protein-rna complexes) that aid in the removal of introns: mature rna is then transported out of t
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Pribnow Box, Transcription Bubble, Sigma Factor

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27 Sep 2012
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The relationship b/w genes and proteins was demonstrated by experiments done by beadle & tatum in 1940s. They hypothesized that if the dna of this orga
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Marshall Warren Nirenberg, Sickle-Cell Disease, Phenylalanine

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27 Sep 2012
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How is the info in nucleic acids (dna, then mrna) converted into the order of amino acids incorporated to build a protein: genetic code. Discovered tha
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UTSCBIOB10Y3Aarti AshokSummer

BIOB10Y3 Lecture Notes - Rna Polymerase Ii, Transcription Preinitiation Complex, Tata Box

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27 Sep 2012
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50 different species of trna = transfer rnas. Or: wash out the radioactivity for 3 hours after the pulse = chase, then lyse cells, extract rna and look
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UTSCMGAD60H3davoudFall

MGAD60H3 Lecture Notes - Cash Flow Statement, Retained Earnings, Revenue Recognition

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5 Sep 2012
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Chapter 1 the purpose and use of financial statements. 3 types of activities that companies do: themselves, issuing shares or distributing dividends. I
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Attentional Blink, Stimulus Modality, Change Blindness

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 3: attention: attention is the process that enhances some information and inhibits other information. The enhancement enables us to select some
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Mach Bands, Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Optical Illusion

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2 Aug 2012
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Sensation and perception provide the raw material for cognition. Our perception is not a simple registration of sensory stimuli but sophisticated cogni
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wax Tablet, Cognitive Revolution, Wilhelm Wundt

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 1 how brain gives rise to the mind. Mental activity or cognition is the internal interpretation or transformation of stored information. Cognit
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Temporal Lobe, Henry Molaison, Long-Term Memory

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 5 encoding and retrieval from long-term memory. Declarative memory includes two types of memories: i. ii. Episodic memory; the memory of events
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Lecture Notes - Dorsolateral Prefrontal Cortex, Frontal Lobe, Prefrontal Cortex

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2 Aug 2012
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Function Word, Long-Term Memory, Phoneme

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2 Aug 2012
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The understanding of language is relatively automatic. As we hear or read a sentence, we focus on its meaning and comprehend it by using the informatio
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342 - chapter 10 notes

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2 Aug 2012
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Thinking is the process of mentally representing the aspects of the world and then transforming those representations to new representations that can p
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Supplementary Motor Area, Motor Imagery, Motor Cognition

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 11 - motor cognition and mental simulation. Putting ourselves into someone else"s shoes requires motor cognition. Motor cognition is mental pro
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Expected Utility Hypothesis, Loss Aversion, Risk Aversion

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2 Aug 2012
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Decision making involves assessment of all the courses of action available and determination of the action to take that will lead to the best consequen
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Short-Term Memory, Long-Term Memory, Computer Data Storage

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2 Aug 2012
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Temporal Lobe, Long-Term Memory, Anterograde Amnesia

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 5 encoding and retrieval from long-term memory. Declarative memory includes two types of memories: i. ii. Episodic memory; the memory of events
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UTSGPSY342H1Ari SilburtWinter

PSY342H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Topographic Map, Occipital Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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2 Aug 2012
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Chapter 4 - representation and knowledge in long-term memory. Role of knowledge in cognition: knowledge is often thoughts of as made of facts, techniqu
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