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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Fiat Money, Stock Market Crash, Money Supply

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29 Oct 2020
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Caused by events that shift the ad and/or. Determine whether the event shifts ad or as. Use ad as diagram to see how the shift changes y and p in the s
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Nominal Rigidity, Market Failure, Human Capital

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29 Oct 2020
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Changes in un or natural rate of unemployment. Changes in physical capital or human capital. Changing weather patterns that affect agricultural product
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Foreign Exchange Market, Stock Market, Potential Output

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29 Oct 2020
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Any event that changes c, i, g, or nx except a change in p will shift the ad curve. A stock market boom makes households feel wealthier, c rises, the a
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Aggregate Demand, Business Cycle, Foreign Exchange Market

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29 Oct 2020
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Economic activity changes from year to year. In many years, the production of goods and services rises. For example, australian real gdp growth has bee
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Efficiency Wage, University Of Florida, Deflation

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29 Oct 2020
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Wages set at a level above the level that balances supply and demand. Labour supply > labour de mand an excess supply of labour = unemployment. Minimum
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Aggregate Supply, Shortage, Perfect Competition

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29 Oct 2020
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Inflation occurs when, at the existing price level, there is a mismatch between: (a) what agents want in the aggregate (their plans or goals), and. (b)
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Labour Force Survey, Aggregate Demand, Underemployment

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29 Oct 2020
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Both high unemployment and high inflation indicate poor performance by the macroeconomy and generate large costs for households, firms, governments and
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gdp Deflator, Weighted Arithmetic Mean, Real Wages

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29 Oct 2020
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GCCBUSAD 120AstleSpring

BUSAD 120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gdp Deflator, Xm Satellite Radio

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29 Oct 2020
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The equivalence of pigocian taxes and pollution permits. Economists usually prefer market-based policies over regulations as a way to deal with polluti
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GCCBIOL 123holtSpring

BIOL 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sympatric Speciation, Vegetative Reproduction, Reproductive Isolation

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29 Oct 2020
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Problem: any allele that might foster the isolation within a population to get into the rest of the population, and isolation won"t evolve. Evolutionar
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GCCBIOL 123holtSpring

BIOL 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Rhizobium, Commensalism, Cowbird

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29 Oct 2020
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Transportation: some kind of movement of gametes. Protection mutualism: one will protect the other. Other will give some nutrient exchange as well. Poo
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GCCBIOL 123holtSpring

BIOL 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Egg Cell, Allopatric Speciation, Natural Selection

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29 Oct 2020
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Later on, won"t be able to mate with each other. Hard to see in animals, but often in plants. Meiosis malfunction for plants, but won"t work for. Biolo
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GCCBIOL 123holtSpring

BIOL 123 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Apex Predator, Trophic Cascade, Keystone Species

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29 Oct 2020
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The role of environmental variation in determining species diversity has been important in ecological thought. Many plants and animals compete for spac
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Savant Syndrome, Stereotype Threat, Motivation

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26 Oct 2020
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Men and women do not differ in overall iq. Men have a small advantage in some tasks requiring visuospatial reasoning. Women have a small advantage in s
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, David Wechsler, Psychological Testing

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26 Oct 2020
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Intelligence: the ability to use knowledge to reason, make decisions, make sense of events, solve problems, understand complex ideas, learn quickly, an
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Heredity, Trait Theory, Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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Criminality is a product of genes and environment. Although the idea of environmental influences seems rather intuitive, regardless of knowledge regard
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Monoamine Oxidase, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Dopaminergic Pathways

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23 Oct 2020
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Twin Study, Psych, Heritability

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23 Oct 2020
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Criminal behavior has always been a focus for psychologists due to the age old debate between nature and nurture. Research has been conducted regarding
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Physiological Psychology, Psychometrics, Social Forces

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23 Oct 2020
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The science that studies behavior and the physiological and cognitive processes that underlie behavior. It is also the profession that applies the accu
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Wilhelm Wundt, Psych, Sigmund Freud

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23 Oct 2020
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The content and nature of the mind. The rational tradition of investigation: in order to discover the truth you have to think about it, think about you
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Implicit-Association Test, Implicit Memory, Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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The sum of our beliefs, opinions, and feelings is known as attitude, and it is shaped by social factors. People form attitudes through experience and s
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Stanley Milgram, Psych, Murder Of Kitty Genovese

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23 Oct 2020
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Pressure to conform can take two primary forms: Normative influence is when people go along with the crowd to avoid standing out/feeling foolish. The e
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Psych, Twin, Dictator Game

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23 Oct 2020
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Positive psychology was launched through the work of martin seligman, who encouraged study of qualities such as faith, creativity, and courage. There h
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 11: Psych 101 - LE 11

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23 Oct 2020
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Threats to the balance between the id, ego and superego can result in anxiety, or the sense that danger is just around the corner. When the ego is face
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 18: Psych 101 - LE 18

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23 Oct 2020
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Personality refers to both unique and common characteristics. There are two primary approaches to assessing personality. Idiographic approaches use a d
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Terror Management Theory, Frontal Lobe, Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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Each person has a conception of the self that consiste of different factors. This includes their mental representation of themselves, their thought pro
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Coronary Artery Disease, Psych, Sympathetic Nervous System

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23 Oct 2020
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Over the long term, stress tends to negatively affect health; in particular, people who have very stressful jobs tend to have many health problems due
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Physical Attractiveness, Robert Sternberg, Elaboration Likelihood Model

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23 Oct 2020
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Being attractive conveys bene ts and better treatment from the time that you are an infant right up until the time you die. Physical appearance in uenc
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 16: Psych 101 - LE 16

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23 Oct 2020
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This theory states that unconscious forces (wishes, desires) determine behavior and are caused by psychological, rather than physical, factors. Accordi
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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The idea of situationism states that behavior is affected more by the situations, rather than the personality traits of people. This has sparked the id
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 13: Psych 101 - LE 13

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23 Oct 2020
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The peripheral route occurs when a person responds to cues that aren"t directly related to the argument being presented. Instead of focusing the qualit
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Learning, Classical Conditioning, Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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Inborn patterns of behavior elicited by environmental stimuli. Instincts are innate patterns of behavior, elicited by environmental stimuli that do not
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 7: Psych 101 - LE 7

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23 Oct 2020
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Once a response has been conditioned, we can end it with extinction. Even well established responses can be made to diminish and eventually disappear.
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Central Nervous System, Hindbrain, Brainstem

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23 Oct 2020
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Sensory information from all areas of the body, below the neck, must go into the spinal cord to reach the brain (afferent function) Motor commands to a
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Free Recall, Psych

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23 Oct 2020
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Coding Theory, Sensory Memory, Operant Conditioning

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23 Oct 2020
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We have a method for increasing the frequency of behaviors that never or rarely occur. Using shaping, or the method of successive approximations, we be
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 10: Psych 101 - LE 10

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23 Oct 2020
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A system for communicating thoughts and feelings. A set of arbitrary signals that vary geographically. A way to connect with others across space and ti
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture 26: Psych 101 - LE 26

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23 Oct 2020
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Pre-synaptic axons have vesicles that pass neurotransmitters down the synapse, going to the post=synaptic axon. Limiting the amount of dopamine availab
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 30: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Observational Learning

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23 Oct 2020
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Learning: a relatively enduring change in knowledge or behavior, resulting from experience. Associative learning: a basic form of learning to associate
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GCCPSYCH 101RothFall

PSYCH 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Operant Conditioning Chamber, Reinforcement, Classical Conditioning

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23 Oct 2020
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Training and research at the penn vet working dog center. First studied by ivan pavlov through salivation studies with dogs. Before conditioning: uncon
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