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CARLETONPSYC 3403John WeekesFall

PSYC 3403 Lecture Notes - Nicotine, Insite, Needle Exchange Programme

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Harm reduction is an attempt to reduce the harms associated with drug abuse. It"s a user-driven approach that rejects traditional abstinence-only appro
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CARLETONPSYC 3403John WeekesFall

PSYC 3403 Lecture Notes - Eye Movement, Major Trauma, Half-Life

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29 Jan 2013
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There are 2 types of anorexia nervosa, the restricting type who simply restrict their caloric intake and the binge eating purging type who purge the fo
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzFall

Chapter 2

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26 Apr 2012
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3 topics related to personality assessment: sources and measures, evaluate quality of measures. Self report data (s-data): info a person reveals. May n
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzWinter

Chapter 7 personality.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Early approaches to personality types (& criticisms of these approaches) Physiological characteristics= functioning of organ systems within the body. P
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzWinter

Lecture 1.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Why do we (generally) no longer propose grand theories? . Develop examples of how personality is understood from each of the six domains of knowledge.
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzWinter

Lecture 3.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Finishing the material from last class: integrating personality research. Identify the three fundamental questions that guide psychologists who study t
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzWinter

Lecture 2.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Describe and provide examples of the four sources of data (discuss strengths & weaknesses; possible links between them) How do we evaluate personality
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinWinter

Chapter 1.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Emphasis on research findings, critical evaluation, & application. You can"t look at outliers (i. e. homolka) not good predictors of criminal behavior;
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CARLETONPSYC 3603Connie K.Fall

Psyc 3603 Oct15.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Lecture 5: gender differences, language, emotions and pornography: gender differences in language use: verbal and nonverbal, treatment of women in lang
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinWinter

Chapter 4 Summary.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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They assert that criminality can be decreased when the rewards for crime are reduced and the costs for crime are increased while the rewards for prosoc
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinWinter

Chapter 5.docx

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26 Apr 2012
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Children under the age of 12 may not be charged with an offense even if they commit violent acts such as murder. Children s behaviour in this age categ
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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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CARLETONPSYC 3402Ralph SerinWinter

PSYC 3402 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Heritability, Monoamine Oxidase A, Homicide

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26 Apr 2012
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A theory is simply an explanation of a particular phenomenon. Clearly identifies the casual mechanisms and corresponding mediator and moderators underl
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CARLETONPSYC 3000Bruce HutcheonWinter

PSYC 3000 Study Guide - Analysis Of Variance

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26 Apr 2012
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2-way design, the value of is always greater than or equal to the value of. In a 1-way within-subjects anova the sum-of-squares term quantifying the st
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CARLETONPSYC 3000Bruce HutcheonWinter

PSYC 3000 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Squared Deviations From The Mean

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26 Apr 2012
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Explanationin this design, treatment a has 3 levels. General feedback: different treatment effect, alpha_k, which quantifies how much any observation a
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CARLETONPSYC 3000Bruce HutcheonWinter

exam.doc

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26 Apr 2012
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In a 1-way within-subjects anova the sum-of-squares term quantifying the stable differences between participants is calculated using all the observatio
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Lecture Notes - Substantia Nigra, Basal Forebrain, Basal Ganglia

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20 Apr 2012
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The frontal lobe and short-term memory: all sensory systems project to the frontal lobes. There are a lot of inputs going into the frontal lobe but lit
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eyeblink Conditioning, Reward System, Implicit Memory

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20 Apr 2012
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A change in an organism"s behavior as a result of experience. So it is not just sitting in a classroom and taking notes and learning that way, it is al
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Posterior Parietal Cortex, Medial Forebrain Bundle, Entorhinal Cortex

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20 Apr 2012
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Identifying the causes of behavior: what causes emotional and motivated behavior, biology, evolution, and environment, neuroanatomy of motivated behavi
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Lecture Notes - Sleep Deprivation, Circadian Rhythm, Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep

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20 Apr 2012
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Sleep as a biological adaptation: sleep is an energy-conserving strategy. Gather food at optimal times and sleep to conserve energy the rest of the tim
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Lecture Notes - Substantia Nigra, Tissue Plasminogen Activator, Vascular Dementia

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20 Apr 2012
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Stroke: risk factors: age, stroke: an interruption of blood flow either from the blockage of a blood vessel or from bleeding of a vessel. Lack of blood
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Biorhythm, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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20 Apr 2012
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Why do we sleep and dream: origins of biological rhythms, biorhythm: inherent timing mechanism that controls or initiates various biological processes,
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Phenylalanine Hydroxylase, Deep Brain Stimulation, Intellectual Disability

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20 Apr 2012
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Lecture Notes - Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Olfactory Mucosa, Olfactory Receptor

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20 Apr 2012
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Interpretation of physiological symptoms (chills, increased hr) Can occur unconsciously and influence behavior: motivation: what we do with emotions. E
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Olfactory Receptor Neuron, Olfactory Bulb, Olfactory Mucosa

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20 Apr 2012
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Interpretation of physiological symptoms (chills, increased hr) Can occur unconsciously and influence behavior: motivation: what we do with emotions. E
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Chapter Notes -Hypothalamus, Olfactory Bulb, Orange Juice

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16 Apr 2012
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The frontal lobe and short-term memory: all sensory systems project to the frontal lobes. There are a lot of inputs going into the frontal lobe but lit
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Chapter Notes -Middle Temporal Gyrus, Eyeblink Conditioning, Inferior Temporal Gyrus

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16 Apr 2012
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A change in an organism"s behavior as a result of experience. So it is not just sitting in a classroom and taking notes and learning that way, it is al
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

PSYC 2800 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Taste, Posterior Pituitary, Olfactory Bulb Mitral Cell

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15 Apr 2012
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Clearly, our subjective feelings and thoughts influence our actions. The cognitive interpretation of subjective feelings are emotions- anger< fear< sad
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

chapter 13 summary.doc

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15 Apr 2012
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Biorythm: inherent timing mechanism that controls or initiates various biological processes. Linked to the cycle of days and seasons produced by the ea
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

RELI 2732 Chapter Notes -Senses Fail, Vajrayana

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12 Apr 2012
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2 causes of death: accident/illness leads to early death: can be averted if have prior knowledge of what will kill you. Signs come in dreams, shadow im
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CARLETONPSYC 2800Amanda HellemanWinter

chapter 16.docx

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12 Apr 2012
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Chapter summaries for the final psych 2200. Flashbacks and nightmares persist long after any physical danger has passed, often leading to emotional num
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CARLETONCLCV 1002C L C VWinter

War in Ancient Greece.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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All armies are militia; no professional armies. Citizens= mainly farmers/land owners (bulk of army) Even spartan army not professional but made of citi
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

Reading 13.docx

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10 Apr 2012
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Entered parinirvana (death means rebirth so he didn"t die but entered the final nirvana) Buddha passed away in small town of kushinagara. Chunda (black
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CARLETONCLCV 1002C L C VWinter

War.docx

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10 Apr 2012
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Losing a battle is important to a nation take it to the heart. All armies are militia: no professional soldiers, militia is a citizen army (citizens fa
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

Lecture 11 notes.doc

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10 Apr 2012
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Ex: atheist may wonder rationally about other planes of existence. What you say in the context of a group may not be what you would say on an. Find out
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

Reading 12.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Story of naciketas quest to uncover the mystery of death. N"s dad offering of a sacrifice of cattle. N watching sacrifice is filled with faith and does
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

Reading 11.docx

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9 Apr 2012
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Yama = lord of the dead (first mortal to go to otherworld, created path for all that followed) Send evil spirits on their way (want to eat corpse/preve
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

RELI 2732 Chapter Notes -Worship God, Tawhid, Jahannam

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7 Apr 2012
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Prophet muhammad recorded revelations of allah in quran (sacred text). Allah (the one god) required surrender of human will to divine will (obedience)
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CARLETONRELI 2732Angela SumegiWinter

RELI 2732 Chapter Notes -Nanny

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7 Apr 2012
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Resurrection of body, united with soul to face judgement. No escaping judgement; completely exposed and all secrets revealed. Held accountable for all
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CARLETONCLCV 1002C L C VWinter

Exam review.doc

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6 Apr 2012
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Clcv 1002 b: list of terms to final exam. Ares terror, panic, rout, andropodizein militia army (citizens, resident aliens, slaves) season for war = lat
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