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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hormel, International Astronomical Union, Stipulative Definition

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15 Mar 2016
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2: only: 2. 6; 2. 7; 2. 9 (note: omit 2. 9. 4 and. To understand how definitions work, we must understand a very important distinction: sense and refer
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Modus Ponens, Thrasymachus, Logical Form

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15 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 7: Techniques

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1 Mar 2016
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An introduction to brain and behavior third edition. How do we study the brain"s structure and functions: measuring brain and behavior, measuring the b
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 8: _drugs_hormones

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1 Mar 2016
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Influence the brain and behaviour: focus on new research: neural basis of. Drug cravings: principles of psychopharmacology, classification of psychoact
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 10: brain disorders

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1 Mar 2016
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Psychiatric and neurologic: depression, alzheimer"s, schizophrenia, bipolar, panic disorder, drug abuse, stroke, head injury, congenital, epilepsy, enc
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 9: psychopathy

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1 Mar 2016
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1940-1950s - psychiatry couldn"t cure so dismissed it as something external sociopath. Psychopaths recidivate 3 - 4x more than nonpsychopaths following
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 4: chapter5_all

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1 Mar 2016
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How do neurons communicate and adapt: focus on classic research, a chemical message, varieties of neurotransmitters, neurotransmitter systems and behav
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 6: chapter8_all

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1 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 5: chapter5_2alz-sch

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1 Mar 2016
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Receptors for direct and indirect effects: ionotropic receptor. Embedded membrane protein with two parts: a binding site for a neurotransmitter, a pore
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 3: chapter4_1and2

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1 Mar 2016
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Information: electricity and neurons, electrical activity of a membrane, how neurons integrate information, into the nervous system and back out, study
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 2: chapter3(1)

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1 Mar 2016
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Function: cells of the nervous system, internal structure of a cell, genes, cells, and behaviour. The nervous system is composed of a network of interc
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UOTTAWAPSY 2301Andra SmithFall

PSY 2301 Lecture 1: origins(1)

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1 Mar 2016
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Behaviour: why study brain and behaviour, perspectives on brain and behaviour, evolution of brain and behaviour, human evolution, evolution of the huma
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 4: Unit Two-Introduction to the Republic

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1 Mar 2016
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Republic: the text we will be reading along with our critical thinking text book is the republic by plato. Help with reading the republic: study questi
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 1: Welcome Lecture

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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 5: Unit Two-Republic, Bk. 1-Cephalus's Definition

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1 Mar 2016
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Socrates sits down by him: cephalus welcomes socrates. Meeting cephalus difficult: socrates asks him what it is like to be old. Cephalus: traditional v
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 3: Unit 1-Part 2

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1 Mar 2016
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Arguments: when a group of statements exhibits the logical relationship of inference, it is no longer a mere set of propositions. Arguments: an argumen
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 2: Practice Questions-Unit 1-Part 1

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1 Mar 2016
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Model answer (for tests and the examination: this is a statement because it is a sentence used to make a claim and is capable of being either true or f
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 2: Unit 1-Part 1

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1 Mar 2016
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Students at the end of each row should bring the. Bioblurbs to the front of the classroom: for those who were absent from the first class, instructions
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 1: The Ontological Argument

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1 Mar 2016
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture 6: Structure of the Tests and Final Examination-PHI 1101

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1 Mar 2016
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Test and examination structure: all tests and the final examination will be divided into three parts: Concepts section: i will ask you about the concep
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Enthymeme

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1 Mar 2016
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Sample test question: set out the premises and conclusions of. Socrates"s refutation of cephalus"s definition of justice in standard form. Identify the
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UOTTAWAPHI 1101Laura ByrneFall

PHI 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Logical Form, Polemarchus, Thrasymachus

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1 Mar 2016
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Question: state whether the following passage contains an argument. If the passage does contain an argument, identify the premises and the conclusion.
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UOTTAWAMAT 1332Robert SmithFall

MAT1332 Lecture 2: CourseNotes2

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29 Feb 2016
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UOTTAWAMAT 1332Robert SmithFall

MAT1332 Lecture 12: MAT1332Notes_A1_blue-2

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29 Feb 2016
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Mat1332: calculus for the life sciences ii - part 1. Z sin xdx = cos x + c. 1 + y2 dy = arctan y + c arctan (tan x) = x. Then, di erentiating both side
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UOTTAWAMAT 1332Robert SmithFall

MAT1332 Lecture 1: DGD Notes

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29 Feb 2016
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UOTTAWAMAT 1332Robert SmithFall

MAT 1332 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Inverse Trigonometric Functions, Phase Plane

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29 Feb 2016
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