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QUEEN'SSOCY 273Robyn SattlinkWinter

SOCY 273 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bundle Theory

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Mead sense of self is contingent on how we experience others" conceptions of us through interactions. Self-schema: collection of ideas or organizaed bo
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QUEEN'SSOCY 273Robyn SattlinkWinter

SOCY 273 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Assortative Mating, Balance Theory, Reciprocal Liking

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Law of attraction the totality of aligned & non-aligned attitudes needs to be confidered. Positive correlation b/w liking a person & proportion of shar
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QUEEN'SSOCY 273Robyn SattlinkWinter

SOCY 273 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Bundle Theory, Social Comparison Theory, Symbolic Interactionism

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2 Mar 2016
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2. 1 historically important questions about self & identity. Self: broadly, any aspect of who/what the individual is or is considered to be. Identity:
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QUEEN'SSOCY 273Robyn SattlinkWinter

SOCY 273 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gestalt Psychology, Kurt Lewin, Epicureanism

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QUEEN'SSOCY 276Stacey AlarieWinter

SOCY 276 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Parental Investment, Rational Agent, Social Cognition

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QUEEN'SSOCY 276Stacey AlarieWinter

SOCY 276 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mood Disorder, Bipolar Disorder, Anxiety Disorder

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2 Mar 2016
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Mental illness is unintentional, but deviant in the sense that it is: feared stigmatized treated like it"s statistically unusual some behaviours associ
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QUEEN'SSOCY 276Stacey AlarieWinter

SOCY 276 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thorstein Veblen, La Sape, Counterculture

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2 Mar 2016
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Appearance norms: rules or expectations we hold about the ways ppl are supposed to look approximating these norms is important for social acceptance. M
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QUEEN'SSOCY 276Stacey AlarieWinter

SOCY 276 Study Guide - Plastic Surgery, Social Disorganization Theory, Eugen Bleuler

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Appearance norms: rules or expectations we hold about the ways ppl are supposed to look approximating these norms is important for social acceptance: m
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QUEEN'SSOCY 276Stacey AlarieWinter

SOCY 276 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Swing Music, Body Piercing, Body Modification

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19 Apr 2015
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Achieved deviance: describes an act by individual deviant displaying purpose & intent easier to justify "deviant" label because it is a normative viola
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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

Unit 6.docx

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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

Unit 5.docx

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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

Unit 4.docx

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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

Unit 1.docx

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Chapter 1: an introduction to child development p. 1-39. Werner kauai study age 2 toddlers w/ severe prenatal or birth problems but who lived in harmon
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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

PSYC 251 Study Guide - Sensory Memory, Orange Soft Drink, Stimulus Modality

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QUEEN'SPSYC 251Stanka A FitnevaFall

Unit 3.docx

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Cholecystokinin, Etiology, Agoraphobia

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Eye Movement Desensitization And Reprocessing, Propranolol, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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28 Oct 2014
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Obsessions are defined by: recurrent and persistent thoughts, urges, or images that are experienced, at some time during the disturbance, as intrusive
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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Norepinephrine, Psychoeducation, Etiology

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Neologism, Decanoic Acid, Chlorpromazine

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29 Sep 2014
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Initially first serious symptom was mania faded after months: when diagnosed was diagnosed as bipolar, then schizophrenic, then schizoaffective (which
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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

Week 4.doc

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fluoxetine

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Developmental Psychopathology

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

Lecture Week 1

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

Lecture Week 3

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Dysphoria

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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biofeedback, Trait Theory, Adrenal Medulla

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MCGILLEPSC 180Meredith ChiversWinter

EPSC 180 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Schizotypal Personality Disorder, Asperger Syndrome, Neurotransmitter

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Chapter 14: developmental disorders in this chapter we cover those disorders that are revealed in a clinically significant way during a child"s develop
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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Thalamus, Eye Tracking, Involuntary Commitment

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German psychiatrist emil kraepelin provided the most enduring description & categorization of schizophrenia. Noted the numerous symptoms in people with
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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYC 235 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Sexual Dysfunction, Tricyclic Antidepressant, Light Therapy

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1 Mar 2014
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Feelings of depression (& joy) are universal, which makes it all the more difficult to understand disorders of mood. Mood disorders: group of disorders
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QUEEN'SPSYC 235Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 235 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Biofeedback, Trait Theory, Adrenal Medulla

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MCGILLGEOG 216Meredith ChiversFall

GEOG 216 Lecture Notes - Oedipus Complex, Blind Experiment, Electra Complex

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1 Mar 2014
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How do we define abnormal behaviour: mental disorder. Standard 1: cultural relativism: no universal standards for abnormal , abnormal=violation of cult
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Meredith ChiversFall

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Final Guide: Flathead Grey Mullet, Tantrum, Morris Water Navigation Task

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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Ingrid JohnsrudeWinter

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Primary Olfactory Cortex, Thalamus, Photon

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5 Feb 2013
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Central nervous system: brain and spinal cord. Brain and spinal cord protected by meninges: 3 layered set of membranes, dura matter, arachnoid membrane
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QUEEN'SPSYC 100Ingrid JohnsrudeWinter

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Tonotopy, Nicotine, Color Constancy

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5 Feb 2013
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Central nervous system: brain and spinal cord. Brain and spinal cord protected by meninges: 3 layered set of membranes, dura matter, arachnoid membrane
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MCGILLPSYC 100Ingrid JohnsrudeFall

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Botulinum Toxin, Neuromodulation, Stereopsis

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5 Feb 2013
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Central nervous system: brain and spinal cord. Brain and spinal cord protected by meninges: 3 layered set of membranes, dura matter, arachnoid membrane
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UTSCPSYA01H3Vincent F SaccoWinter

Socy210 Week Lectures.docx

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28 Jan 2013
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Week one lecture: intro to research process 9/14/2012 6:11:00 am. Key questions to be answered in this course. Our attention is limited to empirical qu
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UTSCPSYA01H3Vincent F SaccoWinter

Socy210 Review Final.docx

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Key questions to be answered in this course. Our attention is limited to empirical questions: empirical questions do have answers, non empirical questi
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UTSCPSYA01H3Meredith ChiversWinter

PSYA01H3 Lecture Notes - Neurotransmitter, Caudate Nucleus, Systematic Desensitization

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28 Jan 2013
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Gender identity: sense of maleness or femaleness, or gradations of both. Gender dysphoria: discontent with biological sex, desire to live in felt gende
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MCGILLPSYC 100Ingrid JohnsrudeWinter

PSYC 100 Study Guide - Intellectual Disability, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Social Environment

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28 Jan 2013
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Idt: infant directed talk- gets the child"s attention young kids use it as well. Repeat key words, use sweet tone, exaggerate tone o. Describe theories
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UTSCPSYA01H3Ingrid JohnsrudeFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes -Wilhelm Wundt

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14 Jan 2013
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Psychology has origins in both philosophy and physiology. Philosophers are interested in questions like do people have free will and. Are people inhere
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