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UWREC270Susan ShawWinter

Rec 270 Review quiz

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UWREC 220Cristina Mc AllisterSummer

Rec 220 Lecture 11

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UWREC 220Cristina Mc AllisterSummer

Rec 220 Lecture 10

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UWREC 220Cristina Mc AllisterSummer

REC 220 Lecture 8

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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Mass Media, Vice Principals, The Hidden Curriculum

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*what we are talking about here is the processes of socialization, whereby we learn how to function as members of our social groups. It can be direct a
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Developmental Psychopathology, Neuroscience, Eric Kandel

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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS 102 ACTIVISM

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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Sub-Saharan Africa, Obstetrics And Gynaecology, Medicalization

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*ideas about women"s health and wellness dominated by media images, which are reinforced by the medical industry. *the increasing media and medical att
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Slot Machine, Homosociality, Pulp Magazine

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*queer was once a derogatory term but has since been reclaimed as a politically charged term. Others have preferred the term lgbtqqi (lesbian, gay, bi,
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Heteronormativity, Social Exchange Theory, Heterosexism

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*sexual identity is generally categorized through determining if the self (or others) are heterosexual, homosexual, or bisexual, based on attraction to
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Expulsion Of The Acadians, Piece Work, Glass Ceiling

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Change and continuity in women"s experiences of work. *throughout history, farm wives have often enjoyed a relatively equal marriage, where their labou
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Bind, Radical Feminism, Marxist Feminism

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*women"s oppression is rooted in the structures (economic, political, geographical, historical, social, educational, emotional) of a given society, nei
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Institutionalized Discrimination, Class Discrimination, Visible Minority

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26 Mar 2013
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*immigration history and experiences are often studied as problems of race and ethnicity, but the gender of the immigrant has been overlooked. *even in
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Schizotypal Personality Disorder, Etiology, Avoidant Personality Disorder

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25 Mar 2013
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*axis i acute (right now) psychological problems. *patients usually don"t seek help for personality disorders! *personality disorders are often diagnos
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Substance Dependence, Depressant, Substance Abuse

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25 Mar 2013
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*problems related to the use and abuse of psychoactive substances. Dsm-iv-tr: three or more of the following occurring at any time during a within a 12
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Bilateral Cingulotomy, Natural Environment, Clomipramine

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*psychological disorders pervasive and persistent symptoms of anxiety and fear. *symptoms and avoidance causes clinically significant distress and impa
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: External Validity, The Control Group, Internal Validity

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25 Mar 2013
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*internal validity confidence that effects are due to the independent variable. *external validity extent to which the findings are generalizable. *way
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Scrotum, Sexual Dysfunction, Hypoactive Sexual Desire Disorder

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25 Mar 2013
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Chapter 10: sexual disorders and gender identity disorders. Types of sexual disorders: gender identity disorders. Conflict between person"s anatomical
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UWPSYCH257Uzma RehmanWinter

PSYCH257 Lecture Notes - Narcolepsy, Amenorrhoea, Interpersonal Psychotherapy

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Both involve severe disruptions in eating behavior. Both involve extreme fear and apprehension about gaining weight. Highest rate of eating disorders c
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Hebbian Theory, Operant Conditioning, Echoic Memory

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24 Mar 2013
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*unconditional stimulus (us) stimulus that produces a defensive or appetitive response. *unconditional response (ur) response to the us. *conditional s
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Nocturnal Enuresis, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Superior Colliculus

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Alpha activity smooth 8-12 hz (relaxed) Beta activity irregular 13-20 hz (arousal) Sleep spindle short bursts of 12-14. Delta activity less than 4 hz (
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovWinter

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Nociceptor, Oval Window, Alkaloid

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Audition, the body senses and the chemical sense. *pitch frequency of vibration measured in hertz. *loudness function of sound wave intensity; wave inc
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Thalamus, Abducens Nerve, Strabismus

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*neurons that detect a particular category of physical events. *process by which sensory stimuli are transduced into slow, graded receptor. *slow, grad
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Neuraxis, Anatomical Terms Of Location, Reticular Formation

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*transverse section at right angles to the neuraxis. *section made through the brain parallel to the ground. *section parallel to neuraxis and perpendi
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Axon Terminal, Mitochondrion, Myelin

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*dendrite branched, treelike structure attached to soma; receives information from. *axon long, cylindrical structure conveys information from soma to
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UWPSYCH339Richard EnnisSummer

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Personnel Selection, Construct Validity, Concurrent Validity

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UWPSYCH339Richard EnnisSummer

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Reasonable Accommodation, Protected Group, Job Performance

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*categorize (group) applicants on basis of ksao"s or proper things. *e. g. university education, experience, vision, dependability, coping, etc. *bona
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UWPSYCH339Richard EnnisSummer

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Job Analysis

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UWPSYCH339Richard EnnisSummer

PSYCH339 Lecture Notes - Job Analysis, Modern Problems, Performance Appraisal

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Requiring effort / motivation (e. g. instead of having an outcome goal of 83, Observable, concrete, measurable (e. g. i"m gonna study more (is not meas
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Pallidotomy, Cerebellar Vermis, Motor System

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*effectors e. g. , the hands (distal) or neck (proximal); somethin that allows you intearact with your environment. *muscles arranged in agonist / anta
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Radiography, Microtome, Human Behaviour

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*have to fins specific neurons and insert electrodes in them. * using histology the animal brain is removed and sliced and observed in a microscope. *b
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nocebo, Neuroimaging, Hypoventilation

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About three o"clock in the morning we found ourselves seized with an extraordinary weakness and numbness all over our limbs. *the process by which drug
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UWPSYCH261Deltcho ValtchanovSummer

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Ophthalmoscopy, Color Vision, Paul Broca

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*dualism mind and body are separate substances. *awareness of and ability to communicate about ones thoughts, perceptions, memories, and feelings. *con
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

Schachter and Gross Study - Basics Example PSYCH 291

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*people who are obese are more affected by external cues to eat than people who are. *while participants filled out questionnaires they were offered cr
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, Random Assignment

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Variable review proposed cause: independent variable predictor variable proposed effect: dependent variable (sometimes called. For most variables that
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Operationalization, Experiment, Fluoxetine

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Hypothesis a tentative explanation for an observation, phenomenon or scientific problem; it could either be wrong or right tentative statement about ca
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Internal Validity, Random Assignment

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*local history some external event other than the x (or not x) that occurs in one group. History vs. local history and not the other sample. *so, by de
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Condom, Confounding

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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Dependent And Independent Variables, Internal Validity, Psychology Today

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*things that jeopardize our ability to conclude that x caused y. *things that jeopardize our ability to draw conclusions abt causality. *things other t
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UWPSYCH291Joanne WoodFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - High High

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*people tend to test hypotheses by focusing on confirmatory evidence. Rank order of participants on novel/ rank order of participants on exciting measu
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