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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Necker Cube, General Idea, Spreading Activation

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15 Apr 2013
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Lecture outline visual imagery long-term visual memory the diversity of knowledge. On a day to day basis, we do a lot of visual imagery. We don"t know
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Connectionism, Noam Chomsky, Phoneme

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15 Apr 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Personality Psychology, Hazel Rose Markus, Personality Disorder

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22 Mar 2013
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Psyb30 - lecture 5 - the self - february 13th 2013. Comprises of what we know about ourselves in personality psychology. William james (father of ameri
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Discriminant, Social Desirability Bias, Hypochondriasis

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22 Mar 2013
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Psyb30 - lecture 4 - february 6th, 2013. Exam is monday february 25th, 5-7 pm, 3 separate rooms, check portal for details. Personality assessment: it"s
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Filial Piety, Factor Analysis, Carl Jung

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22 Mar 2013
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Psyb30 - lecture 3 - traits part 2 - january 23rd, 2013. Some say that there are some additional factors that goes beyond the big five. Someone would d
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Heart Rate, Explicit Memory, Carl Jung

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22 Mar 2013
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Trait is a consistent pattern of behaviour, emotion, and thought. Each trait can be thought as a pattern relating to the environment: there"s a stabili
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Abnormal Psychology, Behavioural Genetics, Trait Theory

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22 Mar 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Prototype Theory, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Wags

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19 Mar 2013
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Lecture outline: definitions prototypes and typicality effects exemplars difficulties with categorizing via resemblance concepts as theories definition
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Perirhinal Cortex, Memory Rehearsal, Memory Span

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19 Mar 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Necker Cube, Neural Oscillation, Visual Cortex

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19 Mar 2013
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Rods lower sensitivity lower acuity colour blind periphery of retina. A series of neurons communicates information from the retina to the cortex in the
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Capgras Delusion, Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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19 Mar 2013
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The all about the brain video, the guy was just mentioning gibberish. That seems to be what people hear when the brain is discussed. Hindbrain sits on
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hot Air Balloon, Autobiographical Memory, Ram Parity

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19 Mar 2013
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Usually we talk about these finite/abstract things like lists of words and trying to recall them, complex events are what happen everyday. E. g. airpla
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Piggy Bank, The Betsy, Cognitive Psychology

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19 Mar 2013
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Assignments would probably be stuff from the workbook. Cognitive psychology is the way to study memories, perception and attention of items which we lo
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cocktail Party, Inattentional Blindness, Just For Laughs

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19 Mar 2013
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Attention is the process that, at a given moment, enhances some information and inhibits other information. The enhancement allows us to select some in
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UTSGPSY100H1Connie BoudensWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spreading Activation, Implicit Memory, Deep Learning

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19 Mar 2013
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We talked a lot about memory in terms of making connections. The more the connections, the better the memory is. Deep learning usually talks about some
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UTSCSOCB47H3P.LandoltSummer

SOCB47H3 Lecture Notes - Social Inequality, Michel Foucault, Heterosexuality

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15 Sep 2012
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We"ve seem absent minded and goofy but we must pay attention to the intro chapters, road map on what happens next. This is the way the book is organize
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UTSCSOCB51H3Joe HermerWinter

medicalization lecture.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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How norms are shaped and how the boundaries are drawn. Medicalisation should be conceptualized in terms of degrees (not as either/or having a disease)
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 - lecture 11 - 03-29-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Having a lot of vagal activity when you"re resting; a model in your mind could be you know how you feel when you have. If you got a lot of these we pla
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 - lecture 10 - 03-22-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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There are a couple of contradictory mechanisms in the poly vagal theory that we need to know about. And it is asking us not only to play with the tinke
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

psyc23 lectures 11 & 12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Vagal highlights: potential noted in regards to vagal-lots of vagal activity. Vagal dollars: good resting vagus take it out (withdraw from bank) when s
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 - lecture 12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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A memory versus a perception or what is someone else versus your own experience. Its an easy way for psychologists to represent the unconscious or memo
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 - lecture 9 - 03-16-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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It"s likely that you got really stressed out because you are inhibiting your immune system, it is getting suppressed, you know that from experience. Yo
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 5 - Version 2 02-09-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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They have just established this facial way of defining emotions. Heart rate as indicators; have people relive emotions (i. e. think of a time when you
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 8 - 03-08-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Men and women, the dotted lines, in the 70s were peaking by age 24, they were starting to get up to 80% on marriage (for women). Within 30 years it"s a
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 7 -03-01-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Parenting is bizarre; the fact that many of us will just be handed some little creature at some point to take care of; you suddenly are the sole respon
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 6 - 02-16-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Early experiences set neuro independent systems, their systems are behaving differently. The subtle and sometimes not so subtle changes brain function
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Biological Roots of Developmental Psychology.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 4 02-02-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Prairie voles were bonding and had long lasting relationships whereas the montane voles had multiple and different relationships. The question of how t
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 3 01-26-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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For the last few decades there is a lot happening in the womb. Your listening in on what you learn out there (meaning the fetus is listening). You have
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 2 01-19-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 1 01-12-12.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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The last 20 years, no matter what city, there are tremendous individual differences. Let"s say we want to know what"s going within toronto and you can
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 8 - 2.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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Father was a minister, family long line of clergies, father taught at overland college in ohio; Strong calvinistic; at overland college, they read clas
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 11.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 9 - 2.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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Sociology as the study of forms of interaction. Remember where we left off, we were talking about how he had this idea of a certain kind of everyday cr
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 10 (2).docx

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11 Apr 2012
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There"s obviously a difference between groups who have more conflicts than another. You want to understand typically why one has conflict. Simmel takes
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 7.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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You have a differentiation and division that occurs. But there aren"t any rules yet of how things should relate to each other. You have dol but only ce
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 6 (1).docx

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11 Apr 2012
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Durkheim does not use it in a general way; a specific way that the processes serve for maintaining integrity of the organism. Dol has a lot of civiliza
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UTSGSOC101Y1Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 4 .docx

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11 Apr 2012
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In this essay about rationalization, he is articulating core question. It is to plan the best way possible and allows you to make changes. This is an u
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 3.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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What is the difference between capitalism and the spirit of capitalism: capitalism is a free market that aims towards profit. Historically this is an u
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

Lecture 5 - 2.docx

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11 Apr 2012
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The puritan wanted to be someone with a vocational calling, today we are forced to be . In the day, working hard that got us closer to god. Today, if y
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