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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Ecosystem Ecology, Biocoenosis, Landscape Ecology

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Ecology: a science, the scientific study of the relationships between organisms and their environment. Environment of an organisms contains of the exte
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Shortwave Radiation, Solar Constant, Water Cycle

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26 Jun 2016
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Weather: combination of temp, precipitation, wind, cloudiness, humidity and other atmospheric conditions occurring at a specific place and time. Climat
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Peruvian Anchoveta, Thermocline, Neritic Zone

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26 Jun 2016
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Abiotic or physical aspects include temperature, precipitation, sunlight, and wind. Biotic (living) components are members of the same or different spe
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UWBIOL150Rebecca RooneyWinter

BIOL150 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift, Mathematical Proof

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26 Jun 2016
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Natural selection only evolutionary process causes adaptations bcs only one in which changes in allele frequency between generations reflects differenc
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UWPSYCH257Allison KellyFall

PSYCH257 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Counterintuitive, Calorie Restriction, Diuretic

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15 Apr 2016
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UWPSYCH257Allison KellyFall

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Xerostomia, Nicotine, Avolition

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15 Apr 2016
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Schizophrenia: breakdown in cognitive, emotional, and behavioral dysfunctions. Usually they are no longer experiencing reality in the expected way- psy
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UWPSYCH257Allison KellyFall

PSYCH257 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Headache, Alprazolam, Morphine

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15 Apr 2016
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Solomon Asch, Classical Conditioning, Social Influence

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15 Apr 2016
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Some psychologists suggest that social influence is the definition of social psychology: how people influence each other, as individuals or a group. Af
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Anal Retentiveness, Phallic Stage, Toilet Training

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15 Apr 2016
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Born may, 6 in moravia to jewish parents, although he was never religious. He was interested in becoming a neurologist researcher but because he was je
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Corporal Punishment, Behaviorism, Tabula Rasa

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15 Apr 2016
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: American Psychological Association, Lewis Terman, Factor Analysis

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15 Apr 2016
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If you take your iq score, and look at the level of school acquired, and gpa, there is a correlation between iq and. Gpa: in addition, there is a corre
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Inclusive Fitness, Infant Mortality, Egg Cell

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15 Apr 2016
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Dating seems to be like a marketplace, where there is a general pattern of a social exchange: newspaper want ads, dating websites. Both men and women s
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: 16Pf Questionnaire, Conscientiousness, Castration Anxiety

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15 Apr 2016
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UWPSYCH101Richard EnnisFall

PSYCH101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Henri Tajfel, Edward L. Deci, Konrad Lorenz

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15 Apr 2016
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Motivation is a theory of why people do the things they do: however, to predict what a person will do is very difficult, with the theory also comes the
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Foveal, Peripheral Vision, Afterimage

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4 Feb 2016
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How far we can see depends on how far the light travels before it strikes the eyes. You do not send out: arab philosopher ibn al haytham observed that
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Shift Work, Sleep Spindle

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4 Feb 2016
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Autonomic Nervous System, Arson, Cerebral Cortex

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4 Feb 2016
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Reuptake, Mania, Sleep Deprivation

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4 Feb 2016
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Major depression: you feel sad and helpless most of the day everyday for weeks at a time. When they have unpleasant thoughts, they have trouble getting
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neuroglia, Saltatory Conduction, Sensory Neuron

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4 Feb 2016
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Exocytosis, Metabotropic Receptor, Guanosine Triphosphate

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4 Feb 2016
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UWPSYCH261Daniel SmilekSpring

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Migraine, Brain Damage, Precentral Gyrus

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4 Feb 2016
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UWPSYCH257Allison KellyFall

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Erection, Premature Ejaculation, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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1 Feb 2016
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Men will never turn down a chance to have sex. Men can have as many partners as they"d like but women shouldn"t. Gay men have lots of sex: consequences
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UWPSYCH257Allison KellyFall

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Major Depressive Disorder, Major Depressive Episode, Mood Disorder

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1 Feb 2016
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Mood disorders characterized by gross deviations in mood: fundamental experiences of depression and mania contribute, either singly or together, to, ds
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