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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Regular Language Description For Xml, Punctuated Equilibrium, Transactive Memory

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Groups can be quite different from the sum of their parts . Best = from communities, pool resources, share successes. Worst = stereotypes turn into opp
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: European Canadian, Implicit Stereotype, 6 Years

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Preventable death of 2 men from first nations. Could have been caused by racism: officers didn"t bring in the necessary medical help needed because of
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter 11: Chapter 11

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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Diminishing Returns, Laugh Track, Ingroups And Outgroups

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80% of passerby stopped and gazed up: chartrand and bargh: confederates exhibit habit of rubbing eyes or shaking foot. Participants mimicked motor beha
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Electromyography, Theory Of Planned Behavior, Likert Scale

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25 Jul 2015
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Attitude: a positive, negative or mixed reaction to a person, object or idea. Often instantaneous and automatic, like a reflex action. Serve important
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Social Animal, Judith Anderson, Russ Feingold

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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ingratiation, Roy Baumeister, Oliver Sacks

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25 Jul 2015
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Chapter 3 - the social self (pages 55-95) The abcs of the self: a=affect, b=behaviour, c=cognition. 1 self-concept - how ppl come to understand their o
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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Claude S. Fischer, Stanley Milgram, Egotism

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MCGILLPSYC 215Michael SullivanWinter

PSYC 215 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Physical Attractiveness, Behavioural Genetics, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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MCGILLNUR1 200Frederick P NestelWinter

NUR1 200 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mutation, Extracellular Fluid, Heme

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13 Apr 2015
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Ionization characteristics: at nh3+ (amino terminal) or bottom coo- (carboxyl terminal: amino acid residue has r group that can be ionized: coo- (at ri
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MCGILLNUR1 200Frederick P NestelWinter

NUR1 200 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 - NUR 1 200 - Proteins - Structure.pdf

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MCGILLNUR1 200Frederick P NestelWinter

NUR1 200 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 - NUR 1 200 - Course Introduction – The Cell, Protein Structure.pdf

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Body is made of different collection of cell types organized into different tissue types. These collections of tissues make organs and organs make syst
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MCGILLNUR1 219Maria Di FeoWinter

NUR1 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Randomized Controlled Trial, Genogram, Collaborative Partnerships

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27 Feb 2015
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Purpose of research studies: test effectiveness of nursing interventions based on mcgill model of nursing. Example: ezer, h. , bray, c. , & gros, c. (1
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MCGILLNUR1 219Maria Di FeoWinter

NUR1 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Public Administration, Health Promotion, Ludwig Von Bertalanffy

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21 Feb 2015
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Discipline: branch of knowledge in one academic field of study. An occupation whose core element is work based upon the mastery of a complex body of kn
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MCGILLNUR1 219Maria Di FeoWinter

NUR1 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Problem Solving, John Dewey, Brainstorming

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21 Feb 2015
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One of the goals of nursing is to help individuals/families use their strengths and their external resources to help them cope with life challenges, ac
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MCGILLNUR1 219Maria Di FeoWinter

NUR1 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Canadian Nurses Association, Pediatrics, Systems Theory

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Describe the four concepts of the nursing metaparadigm as defined in the conceptual model used in your cegep curriculum. Anderson model: goal: patient
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MCGILLNUR1 219Maria Di FeoWinter

NUR1 219 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Social Safety Net, Social Exclusion

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The 4 elements dated back to the writings of florence nightingale (1969): necessary to define the 4 concepts, their relationships also have to be defin
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