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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Semantic Dementia, Numerical Cognition, Executive Functions

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Cognition is a term referring to the mental processes involved in gaining knowledge and comprehension. It includes thinking, knowing, remembering, judg
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Tardive Dyskinesia, Intention Tremor, Essential Tremor

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11 Feb 2013
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Somatic nervous system: operates muscles under voluntary control. Autonomic nervous system: regulates individual organ function and is involuntary. Mye
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Jean Piaget, Dual Representation, Animism

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11 Feb 2013
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Viewing a symbolic object as both an object and a symbol. Provide lots of maps, photos, drawings, make-believe playthings, etc. Failure to distinguish
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Jean Piaget, Object Permanence, Almost Surely

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11 Feb 2013
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Piaget was a biologist with strong interests in how children acquire knowledge. Piaget argued that the nature of children"s knowledge changes as they d
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Simple Random Sample, Stratified Sampling, Sampling Frame

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11 Feb 2013
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Objectives: know the three factors in identifying a population for a research project, advantages of sampling, learn the three factors influencing the
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Senescence, Heredity

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10 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

Class 1. Introduction.docx

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10 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Phrase (Music), Selective Perception, Endorphins

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10 Feb 2013
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Sensation refers to the detection of sensory information. Perception implies organization and understanding of meaning of sensations. Newborns: reflex
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Moro Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Somnolence

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10 Feb 2013
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Physical development: motor skills, brain development and growth. Some reflexes are evident at birth but disappear by age one. Palmar reflex: pressure
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Prenatal Nutrition, Prenatal Development, Nutrition And Pregnancy

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10 Feb 2013
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Agents that cause abnormal development in the fetus. Teratogens can have physical effects (malformation) or psychological effects (intelligence, temper
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Parthenogenesis, Hair Loss, Prenatal Development

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10 Feb 2013
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Chromosomes store and transmit genetic information. Dna substance of which genes and chromosomes are made. Genes segments of dna located along the chro
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Inter-Services Public Relations, Sample Size Determination, Habituation

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10 Feb 2013
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Children may not be able to fully understand verbal explanation or consent form. Children are given as much information as possible. Assent occurs when
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Bruno Bettelheim, Confounding, Autonomic Nervous System

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10 Feb 2013
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Refrigerator mother" cold distant mother, kids less likely to develop. No comparison with families without an autistic child. Permits the best test of
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UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanWinter

PSY 2105 Lecture Notes - Johann Gottfried Herder, Erik Erikson, Psychosexual Development

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10 Feb 2013
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Concerned with changes in behaviour and abilities across the lifespan. Today, childhood = special period of caring, teaching & protection. Childhood is
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Global Aphasia, Anosognosia, Hemiparesis

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9 Feb 2013
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Weakness or paralysis in legs and/or arms. Cognitive problems, including difficulties with language (aphasia) Unilateral neglect, where person ignores
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Lipofuscin, Osteoarthritis, P53

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9 Feb 2013
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Changes in multiple physiological systems cancer atherosclerosis osteoporosis osteoarthritis skin aging immune senescence. Accidental theories of aging
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Coronary Circulation, Pulmonary Artery, Pulmonary Vein

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9 Feb 2013
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Red blood cells (erythrocytes) carry oxygen to all cells of the body. White blood cells (leukocytes) protect the body from attack by viruses, bacteria,
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UOTTAWAGRT 2111Vanessa TalerWinter

GRT 2111 Lecture Notes - Cell Culture, Leonard Hayflick, P53

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9 Feb 2013
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Animal research most common species: rats, mice, drosophila in vitro research. Studies of aging using human subjects can be either: cross-sectional (co
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Causal Model, Hypothesis, Blue-Collar Worker

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9 Feb 2013
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Objectives: understand how to move from variables to indicators, levels of measure. If you are doing a survey or interview for a project you will state
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Hypothesis, Tesla Model X

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9 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Causal Model, Hypothesis

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9 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Causal Model, Hypothesis

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9 Feb 2013
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Objectives: understanding the steps in research design, understanding how qual. & quant. research differ by each step in research. Design: understand t
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

SCS 2150 Lecture Notes - Causal Model, Hypothesis, Class Conflict

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9 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWASCS 2150Stephanie MullenWinter

Class 2. Ethics.docx

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9 Feb 2013
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Objectives: understand the ethical considerations for social science research, understand the elements that must be included in an informed consent for
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UOTTAWAENV 2301Renate Sander- RegierWinter

ENV 2301 Lecture Notes - Lunar Phase, Religious Symbolism, Deep Ecology

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9 Feb 2013
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Weeks 1-3: ancient roots, worldviews and environmental knowledge and story. Responses and reflections based on class prep class content. Need for natur
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UOTTAWAENV 2301Renate Sander- RegierWinter

ENV 2301 Lecture Notes - The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Ancient Society, Ecocentrism

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9 Feb 2013
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Think about an aspect of human-nature relation or environmental topic. Live and hunt in packs: basic organizational unit=breeding adult pair + offsprin
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Kingston Penitentiary, Auburn System, Solitary Confinement

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8 Feb 2013
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Overview: bridge-in exercise, locating the emergence of the penitentiary in canada (beattie, 1977) The emergence of the prison as an alternative punish
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Social Distance, Subculture

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8 Feb 2013
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Subsistence Economy, Mercantilism

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8 Feb 2013
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The birth of the modern prison and the role of state punishment. Overview: bridge-in exercise, locating punishment within economic restructuring (rusch
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UOTTAWACRM 2306Justin PicheWinter

CRM 2306 Lecture Notes - Erving Goffman, Disfigurement, Mortified

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8 Feb 2013
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Prisonization (clemmer, 1958[1940]: pains of imprisonment (sykes, 1958) Modes of adaptation: total institutions (goffman, 1961) Social processes that d
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UOTTAWAENV 2301Renate Sander- RegierWinter

ENV 2301 Lecture Notes - Deep Ecology, Religious Symbolism, Lunar Phase

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31 Jan 2013
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Weeks 1-3: ancient roots, worldviews and environmental knowledge and story. Responses and reflections based on class prep class content. Need for natur
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UOTTAWAENV 2301Renate Sander- RegierWinter

ENV 2301 Lecture Notes - Ecocentrism, The Boy Who Cried Wolf, Ancient Society

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31 Jan 2013
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Think about an aspect of human-nature relation or environmental topic. Live and hunt in packs: basic organizational unit=breeding adult pair + offsprin
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UOTTAWAGRT 2100Louise EdmondsFall

Class 17. Seniors HealthCare System.pptx

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3 Dec 2012
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UOTTAWAGRT 2100Louise EdmondsFall

GRT 2100 Lecture Notes - Medical Model, Ontario Health Insurance Plan, National Health Interview Survey

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3 Dec 2012
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Natalie WardFall

Class 18. Patterns of Subsistence+Globalization.docx

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30 Nov 2012
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Primary characteristics of social entrepreneurship: represents a variety of activities and processes, wants to create and sustain social value, encoura
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UOTTAWACRM 2307Christine BruckertFall

CRM 2307 Lecture Notes - Unnatural Causes, Racialization

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28 Nov 2012
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Rich get richer and poor and middle stagnate. Greatest income disparity in canada since 1920. Richest 3. 8% of canadians control 66. 6% of wealth. Cana
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Natalie WardFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Bias, Glocalization, Jargon

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28 Nov 2012
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Economic life as essentially based on the broader organization of society. Anthropologists aim to produce an understanding of the economy that has peop
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Natalie WardFall

ANT 1101 Lecture Notes - Animal Husbandry, Management System, Transhumance

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28 Nov 2012
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Food is central to economics, politics, and society. Food is gendered, racialized, linked to morality, produced, consumed, a product. Subsistence strat
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UOTTAWASOC 1105Liam KilmurrayFall

SOC 1105 Lecture Notes - Global Justice Movement, Underemployment, Cultural Imperialism

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21 Nov 2012
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Theories of social movements suggest some key factors that help to explain how and why the global justice movement emerged when it did. Global economic
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UOTTAWAANT 1101Natalie WardFall

Class 11. Society, Stratification+Inequality.docx

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21 Nov 2012
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Social stratification: institutionalized inequality resulting in some groups receiving differential access to power, wealth and prestige. Power: the ab
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