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UTSGPSL300H1Douglas TweedFall

PSL300H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Posterior Pituitary, Distal Convoluted Tubule, Hypotension

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12 Feb 2018
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Low [ca2+] sensed by calcium-sensing receptors (casrs) Kidneys made from vitamin d (pth dependent process) Low blood pressure (sensed by atria and aort
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UTSGHST250H1Daniel SchluterSummer

HST250H1- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

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6 Oct 2017
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UTSGHST250H1Daniel SchluterSummer

HST250H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1, 2, 13, 10, 9: Concurrent Validity, Confounding, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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5 Sep 2017
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UTSGHST250H1Daniel SchluterSummer

HST250H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11, 4, 14, 5, 18: Structured Interview, Consequentialism, Deontological Ethics

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5 Sep 2017
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C h a p t e r 11: e t h i ca l is s ue s. Criteria for a sse ssing ethica l acceptability. T(cid:449)o (cid:449)a(cid:455)s of ide(cid:374)tif(cid:455)
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter All chapters assigned: Syllable, Preaspiration, Dental And Alveolar Flaps

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26 Mar 2017
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Fundamental Frequency, Formant, Spectrogram

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26 Mar 2017
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Lin228 l ec tu r e 4: a co u s ti c p h o n e ti cs. Speech sounds can be described based on how they"re made (articulation: how they"re transcribed (t
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Implosive Consonant, Ingressive Sound, Scottish Gaelic

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26 Mar 2017
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Lin228 l ec tu r e 9. In the trachea, we have the cricoid cartilage and the thyroid cartilage lying above it. Just behind the adam"s apple in the laryn
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Vocal Folds, Spectrogram, Relative Pitch

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26 Mar 2017
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L in 22 8 l e c t u r e 10. Pitch accent languages and tone languages use pitch to signal meaning in a different way from stress. Stress in english is
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Retroflex Approximant, Rhotic Consonant, Uvular Trill

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26 Mar 2017
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L in 22 8 l e c t u r e 8. Our ears are sensitive to different frequencies, but are more sensitive to lower frequencies, which is why most speech sound
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Vocal Tract, Blue Box, Spectrogram

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26 Mar 2017
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Lin228 l ec tu r e 5. /i/ tongue high up, lips slightly open, /u/ tongue high back, lips rounded. Think of your vocal tract as a tube that can change s
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Tongue, Spectrogram, Labiodental Nasal

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26 Mar 2017
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Review from the test: when reading a spectrogram o. See if words start with /s/ (higher frequency intensity!) Look for words beginning with lower inten
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Approximant Consonant, Mouth, Affricate Consonant

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26 Mar 2017
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Lin228 lecture 1, september 14 t h. Nasal cavity can be blocked off or not. Oral cavity starts at the lips and continues down to the throat. Note: only
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: English Orthography, Phoneme, Electronic Program Guide

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26 Mar 2017
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Lin228 l e c t u r e 2/w e e k 2: e n g l i s h c o n s o n a n t s. Rp can be ignored for now; focus on ga. Electrodes built in to track where the ton
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: World Atlas Of Language Structures, Vocal Tract, Spectrogram

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26 Mar 2017
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In between vowels and other consonants: have some energy, they should show up on the spectrogram, but their formant patterns are much weaker o o o. /w
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Joule, Coarticulation, Phoneme

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26 Mar 2017
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S e p t e m b e r 28 t h, 2016. Lin228 l ec tu r e 3: en gl is h vo w e l s. Labial line all open except at /m/ Coronal line slightly open for /s/, clo
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UTSGLIN228H1Alexei KochetovFall

LIN228H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hiberno-English, Canadian English, Syllable

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26 Mar 2017
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L in 22 8 l e c t u r e 11. Rhoticism presence/absence of r in syllable coda, rhotic accents pronounce r : most important/clearest difference across en
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Binoculars, Thematic Relation, Nude Beach

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26 Mar 2017
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O c t obe r 4 t h, 2016. Jlp374 l e ct u r e 4: se nt en ce pr oc es s i ng. Processing could mean simply labelling; i. e. identifying and naming someo
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Executive Functions, Stroop Effect, Kindergarten

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 l e ct u r e 5: se nt en ce pr oc es s i ng, p ar t 2. Proposal: the processor doesn"t just take in bottom-up information, but will make predict
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Getgo, Office Chair

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 l e ct u r e 10. Up until now, we haven"t been talking about language with a goal, which is to exchange info. It has info that the partner doesn
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Semantic Network, Chard, Crossmodal

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 w e ek 2 n o te s. Language = relationship between speech and meaning or written form and meaning o. Speech will be referred to as language in c
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lightning, Lexeme, Subcategorization

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26 Mar 2017
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Language production pressure changes in the air. No speech in the physical world; physical aspect of speech is a sound wave, what makes these sound wav
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Ritten, Speech Code, Logogram

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 l e ct u r e 3. Spoken language important aspect of time: words unfold over time; this is a very important aspect of speech! Written language do
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Referring Expression, Lexeme, Mental Model

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26 Mar 2017
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); our production system was practicing the /b- d-/ sequence during the first couple of word pairs, and therefore we produce the same sequence for the
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Lexical Item, Cognitive Load, Daniel Kahneman

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 l e ct u r e 11: l as t l ec tu r e. Two different views: listener and speaker o o. Four objects on the shelf from the listener"s view (two boxe
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UTSGJLP374H1Daphna HellerWinter

JLP374H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Implicature, The Bookstore, Pronoun

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26 Mar 2017
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Jlp374 l e ct u r e 9. Pronoun a specific form of referring expression: not a lot of linguistic info in a pronoun o. Normally when we use pronouns, we
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 3: Tape Recorder, Stereotype, Statistical Significance

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24 Mar 2017
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Stereotypes as energy-saving devices: a peek inside the cognitive toolbox by. Macrae, milne, and bodenhausen: stereotyping: assigning people to meaning
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 5: Implicit Stereotype, Aversive Racism

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24 Mar 2017
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Aversive racism and medical interactions with black patients: a field study. Individuals are consciously reporting how they feel about a certain race.
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 4: Christian Fundamentalism, Asian Americans, Social Emotions

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24 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 2: Gender Role

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24 Mar 2017
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Psy322 we ek 2 rea dings: pe nn ell, be hm-moraw itz. Intro: goal: looking at how gendered representations in superhero films affect females in the sho
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 4: Group Dynamics, Henri Tajfel, Total Internal Reflection

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24 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Week 2: WEEK 2 - Crandall et al. Notes*

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24 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 5: System Justification, Implicit-Association Test, Symbolic Racism

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24 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY322H1Lindsey CaryWinter

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 3: Impression Formation, Social Cognition, Elaboration Likelihood Model

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24 Mar 2017
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The continuum model ten years later by fiske, lin, and neuberg. Sequence of processes: now looking at the continuum model and what it proposes , pro(ci
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cognitive Development, Object Permanence, 18 Months

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24 Mar 2017
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Piaget"s theory: using laws and principles in biology to understand development in children. As soo(cid:374) as a (cid:272)og(cid:374)iti(cid:448)e s(c
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Perceptual Learning, Prototype Theory, Mirror Neuron

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24 Mar 2017
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Conceptual knowledge: knowledge about the kinds of things in the world. Constraints on learning core principles that determine induction. Categorizatio
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1 and 2: Almost Surely, Stuffed Toy, Dishabituation

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24 Mar 2017
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Chapter (cid:1005): infancy the phy ical world (cid:1005) Foundational domains: na ve physics, na ve psychology, and na ve biology: na ve physics intui
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Selected pages: Almost Surely, Crossmodal, Eye Tracking

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24 Mar 2017
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Pages 55 61 of chapter 2 infancy: the physical world (this should be review; add to ch. 10 months: infants dishabituated only to the equal relationship
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Childhood Amnesia, Episodic Memory, 18 Months

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24 Mar 2017
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Psy312 week 9 memory: our earliest (cid:373)e(cid:373)ories , usually 2 -3 years old, tend to be very positive or very negative, often they involve thi
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Dishabituation, Contiguity, Insomnia

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24 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY312H1Daphna BuchsbaumWinter

PSY312H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Reverse Speech, Pacifier, Unimodality

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24 Mar 2017
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