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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Limbic System, Caudate Nucleus, Occipital Lobe

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Lecture 2 - the anatomy of the cns. We have two thalamus"s (one left and right) Sheep weighs 75lbs, avg. human 150lbs, human brain size 4-5 times large
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Botulinum Toxin, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Basal Ganglia

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, no class afterwards m/c, matching (e. g. name to function), fill-in-the-blank (e. g. m/c, matching (e. g. name to function), fill-in-the-blank (e. g.
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: 8 Seconds, Anatomical Terms Of Location, Temporal Lobe

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There are several kinds of memory and learning. The process of acquiring new and relatively enduring information, behaviour patterns, or abilities, cha
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Saltatory Conduction, Neuroglia, Electrochemical Gradient

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The generation, transmission, and integration of neural signals. Dendrites and cell bodies can both receive information. Axons responsible for conveyin
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Mirror Neuron, Cerebellum, Basal Ganglia

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Lecture 7 - movement and the motor system. Test 2: 30 m/c, short answer question on the nmda receptor, 1 fill-in-the-blank q. One more reason to get a
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Nociceptor, Substance P, Psychophysics

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We are only aware of what we can actually detect in our environment. Most mammals only have two different cone types. Humans are almost special in mamm
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Frontal Lobe, Arnold Pick, Explicit Memory

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Don"t need to know pavlovian conditioning, operant condition, or development of neural system for this week"s reading (ch. 13) System of storage that c
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neuroeconomics, Evolutionary Psychology, Karl Lashley

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25 Jan 2015
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Chapter 1 - an introduction to brain and behaviour. Mind - perceptions, emotions, thoughts, self-awareness, and other cognitive processes that govern o
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UTMPSY290H5Brett BestonFall

PSY290H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Transverse Plane, Radiography, Headache

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25 Jan 2015
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Chapter 2 cells and structures: the anatomy of the. All organs and muscles communicate with nervous system. Basic unit of nervous system containing den
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UTMPSY355H5Robert GerlaiFall

PSY355H5 Lecture Notes - Embryonic Stem Cell, Gene Knockout, Neomycin

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11/20/2013 1:56 pm don"t know if phenotypical change from knockout is due to change in function of the mouse"s brain. 1: lecture 7: transgenic + knocko
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UTMSOC244H5Weiguo ZhangFall

SOC244H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Midlife Crisis, Sandwich Generation, Stressor

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14 Dec 2013
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Soc244, sociology of families chapters 7, 8, 10, 11. Chapter 7 the middle years and the not-so-empty nest. Current midlife generation consists of mostl
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UTMMAT134Y5Shay FuchsSummer

MAT134 lecture notes and some tutorial.pdf

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UTMCHM120H5KrishSummer

CHM120 lecture notes.pdf

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UTMCHM110H5KrishSummer

Midterm 1 and 2 review.pdf

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UTMCHM110H5KrishSummer

Chapter 1 notes.pdf

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UTMCHM110H5KrishSummer

Final Exam Review.pdf

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY213 Chapter 2.docx

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: San People, Ender Wiggin, Ageism

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Adult development & aging in a changing world jan 7, Approaching the study of adult development and aging: an overview. Involves change (diff in someth
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes -Ageism, Geriatrics, Developmental Psychology

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11 May 2013
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Systematic process of adaptive change in behaviour in one or more directions. Long-lasting change in behaviour as a result of experience. Unfolding of
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Strong Interest Inventory, Crystallization, Takers

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In an age-integrated society, all kinds of roles learning, working, and playing would be open to adults of all ages: they could intersperse periods of
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Longitudinal Study, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Quasi

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11 May 2013
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Coherent set of related concepts that seeks to organize and explain data. Changes occurring with age, in number or amount of something, such as how man
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes -Metamemory, Procedural Memory, Spaced

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In information processing models, component of working memory that allows information about sounds and language to be kept in consciousness. In craik"s
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ageism, Crystallization, Job Satisfaction

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11 May 2013
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Work is the main setting in which people develop self-esteem, relationships, learn from experience, and highly influences development. Work has changed
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes -Presbyopia, Tinnitus, Presbycusis

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11 May 2013
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Age-related macular degeneration details; common cause of functional blindness in older adults. Visual disorder in which the central part of the retina
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: In Essence, Pragmatics, Pure Mathematics

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Longitudinal Study, Construct Validity

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Free Recall, Mnemonic, Amnesia

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Effects of aging in memory depend on area of memory. Metaanalysis provide quantitative summaries from a large amount of data on a certain topic look at
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Spinach, Middle Ear, Retinal Detachment

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11 May 2013
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Exp. some loss of sensitivity as we age. White of eyes are white because the eye is reflecting most of the light that enters it. Pupil responds to emot
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes -Lifelong Learning, Dependency Ratio, Crystallization

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes -Relate

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Double space, 22 lines, 1 borders, 12pt font size. Other pages (in addition to 6-6. 5 typed): title page. Brief 100-150 word description of topic and m
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Fetus, Menopause, Baby Boom

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11 May 2013
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Tests are 80-90 min. long; essay q"s 60-70%, multiple choice 30-40% Much of hearing loss is not to do with aging per se but more to do with the accumul
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Lecture Notes - Naturalistic Observation, Demand Characteristics, Metatheory

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Procedural Memory, Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory

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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Renews-Cappahayden, Insomnia, Jack Kevorkian

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Active euthanasia: deliberate action to shorten the life of a terminally ill person in order to end suffering or allow death with dignity; also called
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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes -Therapeutic Relationship, Intellectual Disability, Systematic Desensitization

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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Chapter Notes -Deinstitutionalisation, Forensic Psychology, Mental Health Law

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11 May 2013
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In canadian criminal law, the prohibited physical act that, together with the mens rea, defines a. Capable wishes principle of people suffering from me
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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Reuptake, Chlorpromazine, Bipolar Disorder

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11 May 2013
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Research showing that psychological and psychiatric really are the same thing philosophical question: are mind and brain same thing mind: personality,
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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Neologism, Personal Grooming, Malingering

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Theoretical approaches in abnormal psychology - continuation of lecture 4. Biomedical theories - usually referred to as etiological theories (what caus
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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Prefrontal Cortex, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Impulsivity

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UTMPSY240H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY240H5 Lecture Notes - Twin Study, Longitudinal Study, Etiology

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norm means average/ within one standard deviation of the average revised text, did not change any diagnostic categories. Dsm-v will have categorical ch
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