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CARLETONPSYC 1001Ayca Guler- EdwardsWinter

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Reinforcement

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CARLETONPSYC 1002Ayca Guler- EdwardsWinter

PSYC 1002 Lecture Notes - Theta Wave, Sleep Deprivation, Sleep Spindle

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10 Sep 2012
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Ayca Guler- EdwardsWinter

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Semantic Memory, Change Blindness, Procedural Memory

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Memory not just stored in your mind, it is you. Attention determines what gets into memory. (involuntary: example: black green orange, reason we mix up
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CARLETONPSYC 1001Ayca Guler- EdwardsWinter

PSYC 1001 Lecture Notes - Peripheral Nervous System, Central Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System

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10 Sep 2012
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Rumen, Depth Perception, Parasitism

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20 Jul 2012
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Plants also have chemical defences to overcome: some herbivores sequester the toxins. Vein drain strategy to prevent digesting toxins: some use enzymes
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Xanthophyll, Thermostat, Stoma

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20 Jul 2012
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First stage triggered by change in photoperiod. Keeping needles creates new problem solar radiation: solution: xanthophyll pigments. Skunk cabbage turn
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Thomisidae, American Woodcock, Web Decoration

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20 Jul 2012
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Tactile senses: raccoons have touch-sensitive paws (tactile cells, can be around the mouth (otter) Whiskers = vibrissae locate prey if hard to see (usi
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Ruffed Grouse, Spruce Grouse, Dentin

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20 Jul 2012
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Bugs have probing mouthparts called stylets: sap (in phloem tissues) Plant tissues are hard to eat: tough structural components. Slugs and snails break
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Heterostyly, Pontederia, Plant Reproductive Morphology

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20 Jul 2012
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Some nectar guides are invisible to us. How do plants avoid self-pollination: self-sterility or self-incompatability. Pink lady"s-slippers also employ
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Cardiac Glycoside, Umbel, Lignin

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20 Jul 2012
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Until ready for dispersal, plants protect the seeds: some use hard, heavily lignified structures, such as cones. Some have hard seed coats, such as tho
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Ruffed Grouse, Damselfly

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20 Jul 2012
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Visual advertising can include elaborate ritualistic displays. Many ducks such as hooded mergansers use head displays. Male ruffed grouse use neck ruff
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Papilio Cresphontes, Entomophily, Pollination

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20 Jul 2012
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Male honeybees use the ultimate plug: their genitalia explodes during sex. Flowers are nothing more than sex machines. Flower sex organs: stamens (male
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Study Guide - Shrew, Botulism

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20 Jul 2012
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Selective feeding = leave behind bones and feathers, etc Some animals pass indigestible bits through their body: owls swallow their pray whole (gizzard
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Ruffed Grouse, Baculum, Atlantic Puffin

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20 Jul 2012
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Internal fertilization: donors never meet, freshwater sponges just spew sperm into the water. Sperm can be delivered in packages called spermatophores.
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Eastern Gray Squirrel, Photosynthesis, Mycorrhiza

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20 Jul 2012
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Northern shrikes also store extra food when available. Larder: shrikes kill with their bill. Other animals store food on a regular basis. Beavers creat
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Monotropa Uniflora, Viburnum Lantanoides, Phototropism

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20 Jul 2012
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Plants face another nutritional challenge: lack of sunlight (shade) Some shade plants have leaves with a large surface area. Round-leaved orchids have
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Scavenger, Eating Animals

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20 Jul 2012
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Leeches are ectoparasites: black flies are not ectoparasites; mosquitos no, ticks are also ectoparasites, some mites are ectoparasites. Many migratory
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CARLETONBIOL 1902Michael RuntzFall

BIOL 1902 Lecture Notes - Embryonic Diapause, Altricial, Skink

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20 Jul 2012
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Walking stick eggs end up underground too: eggs guarded by ants. Northern water and garter snakes internally hold eggs until they hatch: ovoviviparity,
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CARLETONPSYC 1002Ayca Guler- EdwardsSummer

PSYC 1002 Study Guide - Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Nutrition And Pregnancy, Erik Erikson

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19 Jul 2012
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Progress before birth: prenatal development (should know these stages) Germinal stage first 2 weeks: conception implantation, formation of placenta. Em
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CARLETONPSYC 1002Ayca Guler- EdwardsSummer

PSYC 1002 Study Guide - Bulimia Nervosa, Anorexia Nervosa, Clark L. Hull

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19 Jul 2012
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Motives needs, and wants, desires leading to goal-directed behaviour. Humans like to be in balance; we want balance. If we get imbalance (stress), we w
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CARLETONPSYC 1002Ayca Guler- EdwardsSummer

PSYC 1002 Study Guide - Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Lewis Terman, David Wechsler

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19 Jul 2012
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Aptitude (specific: areas in which you excel. Psychometric approach: measure motives, interests, values and attitudes. Standardization group: compare u
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