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UTMLIN256H5gardnerFall

LIN256H5 Lecture Notes - Language Planning, William Labov, Joshua Fishman

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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Intelligence Quotient, Heritability, Negroid

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25 Apr 2012
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The least amount of variation - the most amount of variation (existing in humans: physical characteristics (ex. hair colour, less observed characterist
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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Study Guide - Black Death, Allele Frequency, Hemoglobin

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25 Apr 2012
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Chapter 15 recent microevolution of human populations. Looking at the microevolution that occurred within our species recent evolutionary past as our a
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UTMANT203H5Esteban ParraWinter

ANT203H5 Study Guide - Hemoglobin, Scurvy, Marasmus

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25 Apr 2012
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UTMPSY352H5Robert GerlaiWinter

Animal learning and memory

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9 Jan 2011
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We don"t have to wait around to grow fur in a cold area, instead we can move to a warmer place. Learning and memory have been demonstrated in a wide va
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Prospective Memory, Metamemory

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9 Jan 2011
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With the baby boom generation, a change is occuring in how adults think and deal with their own development. People are becoming more interested in adu
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Extraversion And Introversion, Agreeableness, Hypochondriasis

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9 Jan 2011
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Personality differs among people in terms of quality- we are talking about one"s basic nature. Personality is the essence of a person (a unique, recogn
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Kübler-Ross Model, Thanatology, Assisted Suicide

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9 Jan 2011
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Peoples attitudes about death are shaped by the time and place in which the people live. Meaning and impact of it are influenced by what people feel an
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Insomnia, Nocturnal Enuresis, Scavenger

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9 Jan 2011
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500-1100- death was accepted as a part of the human existence. Death was considered as being natural and divine. The teachings of the church provided g
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

mental health- summary

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9 Jan 2011
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Factors that combine to produce a mental illness: biological factors: genetic defects, brain damage, psychosocial factors: are also important in produc
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaSummer

PSY313H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Pragmatism, Complex Differential Form

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9 Jan 2011
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 a couple"s joint responsibilities as parents can affect their own relationship.  marital satisfaction follows a u-shaped curve: early high point, de
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Creativity and widsom

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9 Jan 2011
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Creativity and wisdom have been topics that have been neglected in the past- but now they are seen as important concepts. Examining the nature of creat
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Intelligence and aging

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9 Jan 2011
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Most debated and researched area because of the different methods through which research can be conducted and data is collected. When testing the valid
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

MEMORY in adulthood

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9 Jan 2011
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Memory is studied using cross-sectional studies- they compare 20 year olds, with age 65 and age 85, all at one time. Some areas of memory decline, othe
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

adult development and aging- summary

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9 Jan 2011
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In the past, it was believed that development that occurs in young people has positive gains while adults only age which is characterized by losses (th
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Methods in Adult aging - in depth summary of concepts

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9 Jan 2011
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Metatheories= beyond many individual theories are joined together to make up a set of interconnected statements. I t is an insight into a broad area, a
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Sensory aging- summary

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9 Jan 2011
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Sensory experiences get worse as we get older. No other age related loss is as universal as sensory loss. All systems detect energy from the environmen
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

lecture notes- detailed

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9 Jan 2011
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The nature of work has changed alot in the past 100 years- Work during the pre-industrial society (past) consisted mostly of farming, where a family wo
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UTMPSY313H5Giampaolo MoragliaWinter

Chapter 10 study guide

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9 Jan 2011
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Having a partner- some people have it- others wouldn"t regret it- because has family for support.  don"t have a postive background to follow- you are
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