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UTSCNROD60H3lebouteillerWinter

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Smooth muscle: lines the digestive tract, arteries, and related structures and is innervated by nerve fibers from the autonomic nervous system, plays a
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UTMBIO445H5Andrew PetersenWinter

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Evolutionary psychology: attempts to apply the principles of adaptation and selection to human behavior. Historical theory of evolution can be summed u
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UTSCPSYC31H3Steve JoordensWinter

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The observations of functional specialization of the brain led to the development of modern neuropsychology. Laterality: the functional specialization
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UTMBIO434H5Elizabeth JohnsonWinter

CHAPTER 8.docx

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Chemical sensation is the oldest and most common of the sensory systems. Gestation and olfaction both detect environmental chemicals; must use both to
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UTMGGR277H5R MWinter

CHAPTER 2.docx

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Hypothesis: a type of idea or question; it makes a statement about something that may be true. A formal hypothesis usually states that two or more vari
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UTSGPSY201H1Michael OhhWinter

CHAPTER 2.3

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Frequency distribution: an organized tabulation of the number of individuals located in each category on the scale of measurement. Shows if scores are
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UTSGSTA450H1MowerWinter

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Sampling error: the discrepancy, or amount of error between a sample statistic and its corresponding population parameter. The distribution of sample m
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UTMSTA388H5MowerWinter

CHAPTER 1.docx

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Statistics: refers to a set of mathematical procedures for organizing, summarizing and interpreting information. Population: the set of all the individ
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UTSGHMB320H1lebouteillerWinter

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UTSCNROC69H3lebouteillerWinter

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Axons from brain descend through spinal cord along two major groups of pathways. Lateral pathways: involved in voluntary movement of distal musculature
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UTSCPSYB07H3S T A T SWinter

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Frequency distribution: an organized tabulation of the number of individuals located in each category on the scale of measurement. Shows if scores are
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

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Industry canada is the main federal government agency responsible for small business. The government relies on two distinct sources of information in r
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UTSCNROC64H3lebouteillerWinter

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Smooth muscle: lines the digestive tract, arteries, and related structures and is innervated by nerve fibers from the autonomic nervous system, plays a
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UTSCPSYB01H3R MWinter

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Inferential statistics are used to determine whether we can, in fact, make statements that the results reflect what would happen if we were to conduct
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UTSCNROC64H3lebouteillerWinter

Chapter 11.docx

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Smooth muscle: lines the digestive tract, arteries, and related structures and is innervated by nerve fibers from the autonomic nervous system, plays a
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UTMPSY351H5EvoWinter

CHAPTER 12.docx

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Evolutionary psychology: attempts to apply the principles of adaptation and selection to human behavior. Historical theory of evolution can be summed u
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UTSCPSYB32H3Marc A FournierWinter

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Groups are the basic building blocks of society. Tendency to form groups has withstood time and evolution. Ingroups: tend to favour their own groups ov
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UTSCPSYB01H3R MWinter

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Samples may be drawn from the population using probability sampling or nonprobability sampling techniques. Probability sampling used when it is importa
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UTSCPSYB51H3John M KennedyWinter

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Middle (midlevel) vision: a loosely defined stage of visual processing that comes after basic features have been extracted from the image (early vision
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UTSCNROC69H3lebouteillerWinter

CHAPTER 4.docx

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The observations of functional specialization of the brain led to the development of modern neuropsychology. Laterality: the functional specialization
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UTSCPSYB32H3Marc A FournierWinter

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Anxiety: unpleasant feeling of fear and apprehension. Fear and avoidance of objects or situations that do not present any real danger. Recurrent panic
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UTSCNROC64H3lebouteillerWinter

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Chemical sensation is the oldest and most common of the sensory systems. Gestation and olfaction both detect environmental chemicals; must use both to
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