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CARLETONPSYC 2301Elizabeth NisbetWinter

PSYC 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Reductionism, Fetus

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Health psychology: understanding how people stay healthy, why they become ill and how they respond to illness. Health: a state of physical, mental and
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Elizabeth NisbetWinter

PSYC 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Melanoma, Colorectal Cancer, Prostate Cancer

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22 Apr 2013
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Delay onset of disease and such: exercise, diet, disease screening, sleep, and others Exercise: aerobic exercise (activity that is intense and for a lo
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Elizabeth NisbetWinter

PSYC 2301 Lecture Notes - Health Belief Model, Periodontitis, Impulsivity

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22 Apr 2013
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Influential factors: social, ses, cultural, physical environment, personality, values, personal control, cognitive factors, perceived symptoms, access
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Elizabeth NisbetWinter

PSYC 2301 Lecture Notes - Elaboration Likelihood Model, Patient Education, Health Promotion

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22 Apr 2013
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Why do we care: leading behavioral and social risk factors: A lot of behaviors we engage in are associated to health. We can look at who is at risk. Su
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CARLETONWGST 1808Christine EkholstFall

WGST 1808 Study Guide - Hegemonic Masculinity, Wgst

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16 May 2012
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Note key words go over 4 sections of three weeks each. Sept 13 introduction to the concept of the course. Sept 20 - gender and biology focus in western
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CARLETONPSYC 2002Donna MaillouxWinter

Cheat sheet exam1.pdf

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CARLETONSOCI 2445Darryl DaviesFall

SOCI 2445 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anomie

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16 May 2012
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Sociology of deviance (lecture 2) department of sociology/undergrad, and download notes (course outline) Includes robert merton, albert cohen, cloward
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

PSYC 1001 Study Guide - Final Guide: Baseball Card, Hallucinogen, Tim Hortons

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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

Chapter 7 exam .pdf

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16 May 2012
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bundesautobahn 45, Bundesautobahn 44, Operant Conditioning Chamber

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16 May 2012
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Ivan"s conditioning: pavlov"s dogs, pavlovian conditioning, operant conditioning, pavlov was not a ___________, instead he was interested in __________
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cataplexy, Genetic Predisposition, Opioid

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16 May 2012
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Chapter 5 lecture note questions: the average person will sleep ___________hours in a lifetime, 200,000, 175,000, 100,000, 155,000, awareness of the pe
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

psych chap 1.pdf

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16 May 2012
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Campaigned to rede ne psych as science of behavior. Psychology s parents were 19th century philosophy and physiology (shared interest of mind) Independ
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, Antihypertensive Drug, Scientific Method

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16 May 2012
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Kim HellemansFall

PSYC 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Psycinfo, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Observer-Expectancy Effect

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16 May 2012
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Goals of science of psych: -measurement/description of behavior, Scienti c approach assumes, laws of behavior can be discovered through empirical resea
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - American Bittern, Fluid Dynamics, White-Tailed Deer

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16 May 2012
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Mullerian mimicry - all armed in the same way. Bastesian mimicry - one that is harmless (mimic), one that is (model) American toad s have the bufotalin
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Eastern Newt, Acer Saccharum, Handstand

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16 May 2012
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Masquerade: the body is formed into a shape non-animal like. **if background matching and mimickry do not succeed, there is plan b ** Bright colored pa
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzWinter

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Froghopper, Canada Goose, Geometer Moth

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16 May 2012
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Constant need for naturalists -> so many jobs. Features or traits that offer plants/animals an advantage. Can be physical features (turtle shells, antl
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CARLETONWGST 1808Christine EkholstFall

WGST 1808 Study Guide - White Supremacy, Hugh Hefner, David Beckham

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16 May 2012
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Definitions and descriptions: 3 marks each; 1/2-1 page: the new man . Putting pressure on men to be fit, look good, not let themselves go. Used to only
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CARLETONPSYC 2001Vessela StamenovaFall

PSYC 2001 Chapter Notes -Grou, Quasi, Mean Absolute Difference

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16 May 2012
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An experiment (true experiment) attempts to establish a cause-and- effect relationship by demonstrating that changes in one variable are directly respo
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CARLETONSOCI 1002Michael GraydonWinter

SOCI 1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Genetic Pollution, Cultural Capital, Reproductive Rights

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16 May 2012
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Multiple choice: 32 from 2nd, 8 from 1st. Essay: take an overview of what you"ve learned this semester in your own words. Four types of social movement
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

Reading (p 35-59) QUIZ MATERIAL.pdf

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16 May 2012
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Tradition: chicken noodle soup helps a cold it worked for my grandparents. Authority: weak magnets can be used to heal many illnesses i read about it i
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Lecture Notes - Jane Addams, Class Consciousness, Ibm Officevision

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16 May 2012
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Human behaviour is governed by stable social structures (expectant; routine becomes regular) Functionalist theories have four theories: human behaviour
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Chapter Notes -The Sociological Imagination, International Inequality, Industrial Revolution

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16 May 2012
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Suicide takes a surprising perspective on social events because, it is non- social. Because it is condemned by society, and committed in private. Socio
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Lecture Notes - Participant Observation, Agnosticism, Norm (Social)

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16 May 2012
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Lecture notes #3 norms - established rules de ning correct/proper behaviour; speci c, clear: you know when you broke one. Re ect of what society values
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Lecture Notes - Lifeworld, Canadian Indian Residential School System, Antonio Gramsci

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16 May 2012
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Links of cultural beliefs, values and attitudes: a particular way of thinking/valuing something. Cultural ideology: good at justifying its own existenc
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Lecture Notes - Iceberg, Binoculars, Talcott Parsons

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16 May 2012
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Quiz: fri, sept 17th, between 7am-10pm, 10 multiple choice - 5, 10 minutes, save answers web ct -> assessments -> syllabus quiz. We need social lives;
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CARLETONSOCI 1001Michael GraydonFall

SOCI 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Internal Validity, Convenience Sampling, Contingency Table

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16 May 2012
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: White-Collar Crime, Embezzlement, Loan Shark

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6 May 2012
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Lawyers & judges de ne it as any behavior designated by law makers as criminal and is subject to penal sanctions. Criminologists de ne it as behavior p
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Malicious Prosecution, Crown Attorney, In Private

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6 May 2012
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Lecture-9 readings accountability mechanisms for police and. Doe v metropolitan toronto board of commissioners of police and the status of. By scott ch
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Vagueness, Preliminary Hearing, Practical Reason

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6 May 2012
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No fundamental revision of the criminal codes (rewording occasionally, but more reordering change the wording, rearrange the sections etc. Some additio
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Community Policing, Criminal Law, Indictable Offence

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6 May 2012
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Functions of police: maintain law and order, and to protect (persons and property, duty to prevent crime, detection and arrest of criminals (focus of t
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Criminal Law, Community Policing, Selective Enforcement

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6 May 2012
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Functions of police: maintain law & order, and to protect, prevent crime, detection/arrest, witnesses, give advice, assistance, support. Selective enfo
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Robert Pickton, Indictable Offence, Summary Offence

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6 May 2012
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November 11, 2011: police, accountability, prosecutors, powers and duties; realties of work, accountability mechanisms; romeo, pick up midterm loeb 299
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Formal System, Indictable Offence, Sexual Assault

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6 May 2012
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Quotes that have been said about plea bargaining: Plea bargaining is the venereal disease of the criminal justice system. Please bargaining is the grea
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes -Natural Justice, Rationality, Socialist Feminism

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6 May 2012
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Difference approach to gender focuses on gender disparities and advocates different (protective) treatment for women. Sameness approach to gender advoc
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes -Sexual Assault

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6 May 2012
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CARLETONLAWS 2301Ronald SaundersFall

LAWS 2301 Chapter Notes -John Stuart Mill, Indictable Offence, Jeremy Bentham

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6 May 2012
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O the parliament: the courts, administrative law (ignore, constitutional law. Issues to keep in mind throughout this chapter : input who produces the c
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzFall

study notes ch7.pdf

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6 May 2012
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Chris MotzFall

PSYC 2600 Study Guide - Final Guide: Twin Study, Heritability

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6 May 2012
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CARLETONLAWS 1000Betina KuzmarovFall

LAWS 1000 Lecture Notes - War Measures Act

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6 May 2012
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Industrialization, urbanization have forced canadians to rely on law to de ne our rights/ obligations -> turn increasingly to formal adjudication to se
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