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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Microexpression, Lie Detection, Whiteboard

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31 Mar 2016
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Cues to decepion (verbal-semanic leakage and nonverbal); human lie detectors; lie detecion tools. Verbal: semanic leakage (has to be consistent in stat
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Nicholas Serota, Academic Dishonesty, Dime (United States Coin)

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24 Mar 2016
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Limbic System, White Matter, Frontal Lobe

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23 Mar 2016
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Lecture: intelligence and role of early experience in cogniive development. Mathew efect: for to everyone who has, more shall be given and he will have
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Dysgraphia, Cerebral Palsy, Motor Speech Disorders

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22 Mar 2016
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Lecture 10: evaluaing motor speech and swallowing disorders. Apraxia of speech (aos) impaired voliional producion of ariculatory and prosody resuling i
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Code-Switching

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18 Mar 2016
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Firm Foundation, Identity Negotiation, Critical Inquiry

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18 Mar 2016
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Cummins 2009: pedagogies of choice: challenging coercive relaions of power in classrooms and communiies. Educators have individual and collecive choice
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Stroop Effect, Inhibitory Control Test, Synaptic Pruning

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18 Mar 2016
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Acivaion (working memory) decision (inhibitory control) construcion (planning) Deciding to lie and construcing a lie increases response imes in experim
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Imitative Learning, Washing Machine, Cultural Learning

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16 Mar 2016
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Our cogniion allows us to be social in ways that nonhumans cant be. Ex1: mom borrows jersey and baseball cap for game, and child says no you have to go
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Aphasia, Anomic Aphasia, Brainstem

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15 Mar 2016
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Personal Knowledge Base, Practice Theory

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11 Mar 2016
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One emphasizes the need to go beyond the limitaions of the concept of method with a call to ind an alternaive way of designing efecive teaching strateg
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Lio, Prosocial Behavior, Anti-Social Behaviour

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11 Mar 2016
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Lecture 9: cross cultural diferences & prosocial lies. *decision to lie and poor leakage control are the 2 components of a lie (exam) Anisocial lies (l
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Communicative Language Teaching, Second-Language Acquisition, Language Transfer

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10 Mar 2016
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Behavior should only be studied in terms of physical processes without reference to the mind. Learning was said to involve habit formaion through repei
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Cultural Imperialism, Communicative Competence, Language Education

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10 Mar 2016
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Richards chapter 1: the scope of english and english language teaching. Factors promoing the use of english around the world. It was the language of th
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Gender Identity, Observational Learning, Wishful Thinking

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9 Mar 2016
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Social cogniion: thinking about one s own thoughts, feelings, moives, and behaviors as well as those of other people. Social learning: refers to acquir
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Teddy Bear, Eyewitness Testimony, Metacognition

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9 Mar 2016
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2 types: procedural (learned habits and skills implicit: cerebellum) ex. Declaraive (facts and autobiographical memory explicit: hippocampus, prefronta
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Glottal Stop, Vital Capacity, Cutlery

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8 Mar 2016
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What changes have occurred in frequency form of dysfluencies? (are they worse or better, are you just seeing prolongations, etc) What factors seem to i
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Critical Period Hypothesis

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3 Mar 2016
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Lightbrown and spada (2006): individual differences in sll. Characteristics believed to predict success in language learning are intelligence, aptitude
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture 5: lec 5

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3 Mar 2016
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Semantic leakage control: can you control your information leakage to lie properly. Kids can conceal the physical location of an object. Most lies are
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Self-Awareness

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3 Mar 2016
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Promoting honesty in the legal system: self awareness; moral discussion of truths and lies; promising to tell the truth; reassurance; putative confessi
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Instructional Design, Input Hypothesis, Cultural-Historical Psychology

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3 Mar 2016
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In groups of 3, compare and contrast the following theories/approaches in terms of. Sat vs interactionist vs complexity theory: the nature of interlang
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Episodic Memory, Implicit Memory, Explicit Memory

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2 Mar 2016
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Declaraive memory: facts and events; comes in 2 types: episodic and semanic. Episodic memory: memory for episodes such as what you had for breakfast th
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Synaptic Pruning, Long-Term Memory, Autobiographical Memory

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2 Mar 2016
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Piaget); as you move from one stage to next, the way you think is qualitatively different. With age, your storage and processing capacity increases. A
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Speech Disorder, Phonological Development, Muscle Tone

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1 Mar 2016
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Lecture 7: evaluation of articulation and phonological abilities. Motor component: structures and nervous system (having a full tongue to articulate; y
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Doab, Stim, Sentence Clause Structure

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27 Feb 2016
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Steps in the diagnosis: determining the nature of the complaint, determining the existence of a language disorder, interpretation of information, plann
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Knowledge Base, Metacognition, Metamemory

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26 Feb 2016
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Chapter 7: executive function, strategies, and problem solving. Short term store: capacity is smaller but the representations are more durable, lasting
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Short Circuit, Instructional Design, Production Function

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26 Feb 2016
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Sla interconnects with 4 neighbouring fields: language teaching, linguistics, child lang acquisition, and psychology. 5 central areas that have occupie
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Multilingualism, Reductionism, Legitimate Peripheral Participation

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26 Feb 2016
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Sla theorists need a comprehensive theory of identity that integrates the individual language learner and the larger social world. Highlights the multi
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: White Matter, Ontogeny, Embodied Cognition

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26 Feb 2016
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Argument against the comparative fallacy, or the deeply problematic practice of taking the. 3 critiques: idealized competence of native speakers as the
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Enculturation, Futures Studies, Casla

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26 Feb 2016
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Language socialization approaches to sla (duff and talmy) Understanding development through interaction with others who are more knowledgeable or profi
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BROCK UPSYC 3P32Angela D EvansWinter

PSYC 3P32 Lecture 5: 5

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11 Feb 2016
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Semanic leakage control: can you control your informaion leakage to lie properly. Kids can conceal the physical locaion of an object. Most lies are for
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dynamic Assessment, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Lev Vygotsky

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11 Feb 2016
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Gopnik, 18 Months, Broccoli

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11 Feb 2016
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Infants and kids possess a set of intuiive theories (psychological, biological, physical) No domain-general ability (which is what piaget thinks) Const
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Implicit Learning, Attractor, Retrodiction

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5 Feb 2016
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Concerned with describing and tracing emerging patterns in dynamic systems in order to explain change and growth. Ct is transdisciplinary bc it has bee
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Numeracy, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Lev Vygotsky

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5 Feb 2016
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We use existing and create new cultural artifacts that help us regulate. Sct argues that human mental functioning is fundamentally a mediated process t
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Reductionism, Scientism, Innatism

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4 Feb 2016
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Lecture: alternative approaches to sla: cognitivism vs socio-cognitivism. Cognitivsm (50-90s): innatism, usage based, skill acquisition, interactionist
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Folk Psychology, Mental Rotation, Spatial Cognition

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3 Feb 2016
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Folk knowledge: how people naturally come to understand aspects of their world and is differentiated from scientific knowledge. Theory theory: theories
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BROCK UPSYC 3P60Dr.NishimaraWinter

PSYC 3P60 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Skype, Intelligence Quotient, Intentionality

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3 Feb 2016
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Development of representation = gradual process; through childhood and into adolescence. Example 1: you have 2 sisters and to help me clean up, i each
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BROCK ULING 4P20Carolyn WindsorWinter

LING 4P20 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Language Delay, Standardized Test, Lesson Plan

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2 Feb 2016
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Will be given descripion of test and comment on strengths and weaknesses of test. Given diagnosic report and asked to comment on various aspects of it.
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Table Tennis, Intersubjectivity, Intentionality

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29 Jan 2016
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Each theory is at best a piece of a larger complex puzzle (this is the main argument for alternative approaches) Alternative approaches: sla theories w
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BROCK ULING 4P10James CorcoranWinter

LING 4P10 Chapter Notes - Chapter .: Cognitive Grammar, Language Acquisition, Cognitive Revolution

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29 Jan 2016
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3 central cognitive or behavioral problems in the study of sla: the cognitive structures and abilities that underlie l2 use, the relevant linguistic in
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