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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture 12: Lecture 12

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: David Buss

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5 Feb 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: David Buss

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture 9: Lecture 9

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27 Jan 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: David Buss

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27 Jan 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: David Buss

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27 Jan 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture 3: Lecture 3

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27 Jan 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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27 Jan 2016
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture 4: Lecture 4

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Psych, Golden Fleece Award, Elaine Hatfield

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It"s a fundamental aspect of being a living organism. A lot of people are embarrassed about sexuality. Even though everybody enjoys it, culture says we
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sexual Revolution, Psych, Condom

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27 Jan 2016
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January 18, 2016: sociocultural factors continued. Recall: larger response to sociocultural factors expected for women than for men. Sexual revolution
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3AC3Jennifer OstovichWinter

PSYCH 3AC3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Oral Sex, Psych

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27 Jan 2016
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When we ask somebody about their sexual history, we have our own ideas of what we"ll be hearing. If we ask how many sexual partners have you had? , som
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

1x03 Final: Exam Review

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18 Dec 2015
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Final: Study Notes - Exam

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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Solar Wind, Great Dark Spot, Gas Giant

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18 Dec 2015
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Hydrothermal Vent, Apollo 12, Vacuum

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18 Dec 2015
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**the most basic kind of natural selection would be selecting for organic compounds that are in some sense durable. Life on earth is based heavily on:
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 28: Cold Dark Matter, Hot Dark Matter, Grand Unification Energy

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18 Dec 2015
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As the universe cooled after the big bang: Matter-antimatter annihilation, leaving many photons, neutrinos and a little normal matter. Pairs of particl
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Horizon Problem, Big Bang, String Theory

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18 Dec 2015
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Light (or any physical interaction) has never connected a and b since the big bang. At 300,000 years old when the cosmic microwave background (cmb) was
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Cosmological Principle, Parsec, Cosmological Constant

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18 Dec 2015
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Chapter 17: modern cosmology and the origin of structure. A rocket launched from the moon can escape or fall back again due to the gravity of. A massiv
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Supermassive Black Hole, Seyfert Galaxy, Synchrotron Radiation

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18 Dec 2015
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Some galaxies have active galactic nuclei (agn) extremely bright, blue light sources at their centre. Closest quasar is 1 billion ly away. Once thought
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Local Bubble, Molecular Cloud, Radiography

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18 Dec 2015
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The sun resides in a local bubble of million-degree gas. Hydrogen heated and ionized by uv light from hot, luminous stars (o and b). At lower temperatu
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Spiral Galaxy, Galaxy Merger, Gravitational Lens

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18 Dec 2015
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The stars and gas in the galaxy orbit in the overall gravitational field. Elliptical galaxies; stars orbit in many different directions, maintaining th
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Heinrich Wilhelm Matthias Olbers, Cosmic Microwave Background, Elliptical Galaxy

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18 Dec 2015
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Expanding gas cools: due to expansion, light red shifted, and temperatures dropped. If we rewind to the beginning, temperatures must heave been very hi
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Hubble Deep Field, Emission Nebula, Parsec

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18 Dec 2015
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Prior to the great debate of 1920, it was unclear if the universe consisted of: the disk-like collections of stars around the sun, now called the milky
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Chromosphere, Gamma Ray, Solar Wind

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18 Dec 2015
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Mass of 4h nuclei is slightly greater than 1 he nucleus. Relativity: mass and energy are equivalent (einstein"s famous relation): The strong nuclear fo
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Photosphere, Chromosphere, Pauli Exclusion Principle

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18 Dec 2015
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Sunspots are colder places where magnetic fields stop convection. **stefan"s law: the cold sunspot (4000k) emits a lot less than the typical photospher
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Asymptotic Giant Branch, Planetary Nebula, Giant Star

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18 Dec 2015
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After the helium flash, the stars are on the horizontal branch of the h-r diagram. At first, he fuses to c in the core, while h fuses to he in a shell
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Degenerate Matter, Photodisintegration, Sn 1987A

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18 Dec 2015
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The total number of protons and neutrons always stays the same in nuclear reactions. Iron weighs less than any other combination of protons and neutron
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Quantum Field Theory, Hawking Radiation, Casimir Effect

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18 Dec 2015
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In very energetic events small masses could be pushed into their event horizon micro black holes. Cosmic ray events are more common and more energetic
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Helioseismology, Land Of Oz, Chromosphere

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18 Dec 2015
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A few stars are nearby and large enough to measure size directly. For most stars we infer the size from the amount of light emitted. A blackbody surfac
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Minute And Second Of Arc, Stereopsis, Logarithmic Scale

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18 Dec 2015
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Fair comparison: sun and other stars at the same distance. At the distance of a typical close star, the sun is ordinary (just another faint yellow star
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Comet Nucleus, Ellipse, Solar Wind

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18 Dec 2015
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Jupiter"s large moons get less dense as you go out going from iron to rocky, to icy just like planets in the solar system. Jupiter probably had a disk
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Runaway Greenhouse Effect, Solar Wind, Water Vapor

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18 Dec 2015
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Venus: hot early, so no water on surface. Earth: water dissolved carbon dioxide from atmosphere, forming limestone. Two of the most effective greenhous
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Roche Limit, Shepherd Moons, Volcanism

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18 Dec 2015
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There is a distance from any large object (the roche limit), where the tides of the big object are stronger than the gravity of smaller objects in orbi
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Protoplanetary Disk, Martian Meteorite, Viking Program

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18 Dec 2015
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If sheltered from direct sunlight, water ice can persist. Plenty of ice in high latitude (near poles). Viking probes tested the biological responses (i
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Celestial Equator, Ecliptic, Northern Hemisphere

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18 Dec 2015
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Planets don"t appear to move among the stars. The stars that make up orion are at different distances. As viewed from the north pole, earth rotates cou
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Circular Motion, Centripetal Force, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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18 Dec 2015
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Newton"s universal law of gravity m1 m2 r 2. G 6. 67 x 10-11 m3/kgs (s. i) M terms are the two masses. r is the separation distance. The acceleration f
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Exoplanet, Earth Mass, Planetesimal

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18 Dec 2015
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Many have hot jupiter"s: jupiter-sized planets close to the star. Planets are big and often on short orbits! However, we can"t easily detect the small
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Solar Wind, Planetesimal, Oort Cloud

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18 Dec 2015
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Can gas disks break-up into clumps that collapse to planets: not if the gas is too hot to compress. What about all that gas near the rocky planets: roc
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MCMASTERASTRON 1F03James WadsleySpring

ASTRON 1F03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: James Webb Space Telescope, Hubble Space Telescope, Diffraction-Limited System

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