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UTSGPSY341H1Ross HetheringtonWinter

psy341 - TT2 artical readings.doc

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Right posterior sts selective processes biological motion: active when individual views human or robot walking, not when inanimate object (i. e. grandf
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psy341 - chapter 12 health-related.doc

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psy341 - chapter 14 child maltreatment notes (entire chapter).doc

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psy341 - chapter 11 learning disabilities.doc

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31 Mar 2012
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Dsm-iv-tr replaces learning disabilities with learning disorders and communication disorders. Hidden disorder \ need to convince others that is legitim
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psy341 - chapter 6 conduct disorders.doc

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Chapter 6: conduct problems increased substantial in the past 25 years affects males and females, all social classes, all family types. Most lethal for
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psy341 - chapter 5 ADHD.doc

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13 Mar 2012
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Hoffmann (1845) first known accounts of hyperactivity. Early 1900s: compulsory education demanded self-control behaviour in a group. Inattentive, hyper
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UTSGPSY341H1Ross HetheringtonWinter

psy341 - chapter 13 eating disorders.doc

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11 Mar 2012
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1: important to note that not all who diet have eating disorder. Obesity childhood obesity chronic medical condition characterized by excessive body fa
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psy341 - chapter 8 mood disorders.doc

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Chapter 8: mood disorders dysphoria state of prolonged bouts of sadness anhedonia no interest in any activities irritability is common. Dsm-iv-tr two g
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psy341 - chapter 7 anxiety disorders.doc

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Many suffer more than one type either simultaneously or at separate times during development neurotic paradox pattern of self-defeating behaviour in wh
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psy341 - chapter 9 intellectual disability.doc

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10 Mar 2012
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Chapter 9: intellectual disability (mental retardation) intellectual disability characterized by significant limitations in both intellectual functioni
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psy341 - TT1 article readings.doc

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10 Mar 2012
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Fombonne, e. , zakarian, r. , bennett, a. , meng, l. , & mclean-heywood, d. (2006). ervasive developmental disorders in montreal, quebec, canada: preva
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psy341 - chapter 1-4 intro research notes.doc

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10 Mar 2012
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Chapter 1: introduction to normal and abnormal behaviour in children and. 19th c: jean marc itard treated victor (found in woods outside of paris) for
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psy341 - chapter 14 child maltreatment notes.doc

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psy341 - chapter 10 autism notes.doc

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