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UBCPSYC 300Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychophysiology, Anxiety Disorder, Effect Size

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Abnormal psychology can be found: surrounding us, closer to home. To understand mental disorder, we must: have compassion, ask the kind of questions th
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UBCPSYC 300Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Impulsivity, Memory Span, Psychopathology

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8 Dec 2015
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Early records show that some individuals used assessment methods to evaluate potential personality problems or behaviors. Psychological assessment refe
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UBCPSYC 300Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Blood Test, Psychopathology, Neurasthenia

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8 Dec 2015
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Will see a progression of beliefs- from superstition to natural causes of the disorders. Two egyptian papyri: the edwin smith papyrus: contains detaile
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UBCPSYC 300Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Castration Anxiety, Social Change, Neurotransmitter

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8 Dec 2015
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UBCCOMM 298Darren DahlWinter

COMM 298 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Discounting, Discount Window, Investment

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9 Feb 2015
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Chapter 5 introduction to valuation: the time value of money. Time value of money is defined as a dollar today is worth more than a dollar in the futur
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UBCCOMM 298Darren DahlWinter

COMM 298 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Automatic Packet Reporting System, Effective Interest Rate, Cash Flow

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9 Feb 2015
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6. 1 future and present values of multiple cash flows i. Suppose you deposit this year with 8% interest, then another the second year. The first cash
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UBCCOMM 394Isaac HollowayWinter

COMM 394 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Pareto Efficiency, Deadweight Loss, Marginal Revenue

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31 Jan 2015
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Opportunity cost, marginalism, incentive effects and economic efficiency. Def: the value of the best foregone alternative. Must see if the benefits exc
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UBCCOMM 394Isaac HollowayWinter

COMM 394 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Oligopoly, Pareto Efficiency, Government Failure

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31 Jan 2015
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Characteristics: prices by supply and demand, demand represents aggregate preferences of consumers, goods supplied by profit maximizing firms, the tran
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UBCPSYC 305Katherine RogersWinter

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Big Five Personality Traits, Civil Rights Act Of 1964, Personnel Selection

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31 Jan 2015
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Chapter 4 theoretical and measurement issues in trait psychology. Traits theories share 3 important assumptions about personality traits: meaningful in
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Noam Chomsky, Evolutionism, Universal Grammar

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17 Jan 2015
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Secularization theory: religion is on the decline, and that people around the world are discovering new secular and rational ways to make sense of thei
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Symmetry In Biology, Physical Attractiveness, Classical Conditioning

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17 Jan 2015
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Chapter 9 (interpersonal, attraction, close relationships and groups) Charles darwin, there are numerous commonalities across cultures in what is perce
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Clifford Geertz, Individualism, Namonuito Atoll

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17 Jan 2015
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Interact with different environments as they grow up. Humans distinguish themselves from their proto-chimpanzee by learning and accumulating informatio
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Individualism, Inside Out Music, Conscientiousness

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17 Jan 2015
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Some cultures focus on inner attributes and other cultures on connections (roles and memberships) Twenty statements test western culture (inner attribu
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Walter Bradford Cannon, Sympathetic Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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17 Jan 2015
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Liget when people compete against others and become envious of others" accomplishments. James lange proposed that our emotions are the physiological re
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Acculturation, Culture Shock, Stereotype Threat

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17 Jan 2015
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Acculturation people migrate to and learn a culture that is different from their original culture. Move to culture that varies in the similarity with t
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: High Fidelity, Outlandish, Collectivism

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17 Jan 2015
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Manners differ across culture because people are socialized to different sets of norms and customs. The evidence for the cultural foundation of manners
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cultural Psychology

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17 Jan 2015
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Psychological data are only clues and clues are always ambiguous. One common approach for selecting cultures is to choose samples based on a theoretica
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Imitative Learning, Neocortex, Encephalization Quotient

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17 Jan 2015
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Had competition with chimpanzees before this but authorities put an end- not sure if it was for the chimps or their hapless challenges. Culture refers
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Binge Eating, Social Anxiety Disorder, Schizophrenia

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17 Jan 2015
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Hikikomori social withdrawal and happens to japanese students. A decreasing valuation of work due to the relative economic comfort of japan. The spread
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Visual Acuity, Genetic Variability, Melanin

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17 Jan 2015
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Humans in different parts of the world were subject to different selection of pressures over many generations; human genome diverging across different
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UBCPSYC 307Steven HeineWinter

PSYC 307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Bsc Young Boys, Bisexuality, Heterosexuality

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17 Jan 2015
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Information- any kind of idea, belief, technology, habit or practice that is required through learning from others. A particular group of individuals-
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