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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Instrument Landing System Localizer, Extrastriate Body Area, Fusiform Gyrus

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30 Nov 2012
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997418021 con now more research needs to be done to find out why" this happens. Article 1: a cortical area selective for visual processing of the human
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: The Emotions, Computer Data Storage

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Observed that humans are creatures of habit and that the formation of habits depends on plasticity. Plasticity: the ability of an organism to alter its
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Forgetting Curve, Franz Brentano, Mary Whiton Calkins

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17 Oct 2012
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Self observation: casually engaged by everyone ; open to bias. Inner perception: involves deliberately observing one"s own mental processes. He founded
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Social Darwinism, Trichromacy, Opponent Process

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17 Oct 2012
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An assumption of herbart"s psychology is that intensity can be quantified. This means a will be experienced with a greater intensity than b. Elementary
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Comparative Psychology, Mary Wollstonecraft, Jean-Baptiste Lamarck

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16 Oct 2012
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Renaissance: rebirth"; refers to the renewal of interest in classical antiquity that originated in italy in the 14th century and spread throughout euro
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Tao Te Ching, Mnemonic, Frances Yates

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15 Oct 2012
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Came to mean any criterion by which the value of something is measured. It is the myth of pythagoras that has had such an influence on the way many peo
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UTSCPSYC85H3G CupchikFall

PSYC85H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Simone De Beauvoir, The Second Sex, Social Constructionism

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15 Oct 2012
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Historiographers examine that variety of ways in which historians have written history. Talked about scientific, experimental growth of psych; have to
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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 8

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 9

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 10

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 11

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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Fibronectin, Codex Corbeiensis I

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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Connectionism, Memory Span, Long-Term Memory

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14 Nov 2011
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The human cognition system is like a computer. Two main limitations are the amount of information that it can possess at one time and the speed with wh
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Critical Period Hypothesis, Derek Bickerton, Baby Talk

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13 Nov 2011
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Language: system of communication in which words and their written symbols combine in rule- governed ways that enable speakers to produce an infinite n
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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

Lecture 7 Notes

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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39 CHAPTER 3

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1 Nov 2011
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39 CHAPTER 1

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1 Nov 2011
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Codex Corbeiensis I, Fibronectin

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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB20 CHAPTER 1

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 5

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Antihypertensive Drug, Diabetes Insipidus, Angiotensin

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17 Oct 2011
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Homeostasis is the physiological equilibrium of the body. Set point for the body is 37 degrees. Brainstem holds next sensitive; has a bigger range for
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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 3

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UTSCPSYB64H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

PSYB64 LECTURE 4

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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Social Learning Theory, Ecological Systems Theory

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26 Sep 2011
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Watson wanted to create a truly objective form of scientific psychology. Skinner thought the frequency of behaviour could be increased by associating i
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39 Lecture 1

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26 Sep 2011
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Govern physical universe; primary goal of a scientist to discover these phemone na. Higher order variables are defined in relation to lower order varia
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

PSYC39 Lecture 2

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26 Sep 2011
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Elements of legal system common to canada & us. When writing laws, you must be a lawyer to understand specific conduntations and meanings of the law. J
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 12 Notes

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25 Apr 2011
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Harvard student grope and the story of icarus. The first theme in the icarus complex is urethral erotism: thematic association of hot sexuality and wet
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 11 Notes

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The interpretation of stories: from freud to today. The meanings of our lives and the stories about our lives lie hidden in the unconscious. Oedipus co
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 10 Notes

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Life stories are grounded in reality, but none the less imaginative and creative productions that each of us constructs and reconstructs as we move thr
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 9 Notes

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First person to translate the bible into german. The fit in the choir symbolizes the low point of luther"s identity struggle. He was obsessed with the
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 8 Notes

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Self and other: social- cognitive aspects of personality. One of a computer"s biggest impact on psychology is the metaphor is provides us with. Social
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 7 Notes

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Principles of determinism, drive, conflict, and the unconscious. Determinism: forces over which we have little control determine all human behaviour an
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 4 Notes

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4 Apr 2011
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We can only look at the crust; cannot go any further. Deep parts can be studied indirectly through geophysics. Geophysics includes the study of seismic
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 3 Notes

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The earth puts stress on the rock, and it bends (strain) Elastic rebound theory: the sudden release of stored elastic strain energy in rocks, causing m
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 2 Notes

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Tectonics: the study of the origin and arrangement of the broad structural features of the. Earth"s surface, including not only folds and faults, but m
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 1 Notes

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The industrial revolution in the 1800s sparked geology because needing new minerals forced new ways of investigating planet earth by a profession calle
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