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UBCPSYC 307Sayyed Mohsen FatemiSummer

PSYC 307 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Color Blindness, Ethnocentrism, Inferior Parietal Lobule

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29 Jul 2015
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Psychological processes are shaped by experiences: london cab drivers develop larger-than-average posterior hippocampus, because the learning of street
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UBCPSYC 365Michael SouzaSpring

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ventromedial Prefrontal Cortex, Somatic Marker Hypothesis, Social Emotions

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9 May 2015
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Integrated theory: deficient online self-monitoring may preclude the generation of emotions necessary to motivate appropriate behaviour. 4 orbitofronta
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UBCPSYC 360Jason SnyderFall

PSYC 360 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pars Compacta, Phantom Limb, Morris Water Navigation Task

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9 May 2015
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UBCEOSC 326Louise LongridgeSpring

EOSC 326 Lecture 24: Lab 2 Part 3.pdf

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9 May 2015
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UBCEOSC 326Louise LongridgeSpring

EOSC 326 Lecture 1: Module A Lesson 1 - Time, Rocks, and Stratigraphy.docx

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1 May 2015
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Outline: geological time, geological concepts and terminology, stratigraphy, the day the universe changed, episode 8, fit to rule. Chapters 1, 2, 3 (be
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UBCPSYC 365Michael SouzaSpring

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Face Perception, Intraparietal Sulcus, Insular Cortex

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1 May 2015
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Research questions/goals: examine whether grapheme-colour synesthetic experiences are automatic and involuntary, hypothesized that synaesthetes would s
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UBCEOSC 326Louise LongridgeSpring

EOSC 326 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cambrian Explosion, Conodont, Cyanobacteria

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1 May 2015
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Rigid reef structures that grow very slowly (about 5 cm in 100 years) --> corals grow 10 times faster. Only microscopic evidence of life between first
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UBCEOSC 326Louise LongridgeSpring

EOSC 326 Final: EOSC 326 Video Notes for Final Exam.docx

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1 May 2015
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UBCPSYC 366Jim EnnsFall

PSYC 366 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kurtosis

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8 Jan 2015
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From left to right: normal, positive skew, negative skew. Bimodal: clue to the extensive to more than 2 factors at work. In nominal measurement the num
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UBCPSYC 366Jim EnnsFall

PSYC 366 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Standard Deviation, Skewness, Unimodality

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8 Jan 2015
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UBCPSYC 366Jim EnnsFall

PSYC 366 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Percentile, Frequency Distribution, Liquid Oxygen

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8 Jan 2015
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UBCPSYC 360Jason SnyderFall

PSYC 360 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ageusia, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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31 Dec 2014
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Loss of representation of contralateral visual field in both eyes: e. g. , hemianopsis = scotoma covering half of the visual field. *agnosia = a failur
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UBCCNPS 363Mircea MunteanuFall

CNPS 363 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jane Loevinger, Existential Therapy, Fritz Perls

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31 Dec 2014
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It is concerned with problems of living, making one"s way in life. Because counselling has been concerned with settings (e. g. , school, work, family)
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UBCBIOL 205Brian LeanderFall

BIOL 205 Study Guide - Microvillus, Mesoderm, Heterotroph

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17 Dec 2014
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UBCBIOL 205Brian LeanderFall

BIOL 205 Study Guide - Final Guide: Symplesiomorphy, Polyphyly, Paraphyly

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17 Dec 2014
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Date, time and place: saturday, december 13, 2014 @ 3:30 pm in woodward 2. Coverage: the exam is worth 200 marks: 100 marks will be dedicated to materi
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UBCBIOL 205Brian LeanderFall

BIOL 205 Study Guide - Scyphozoa, Statocyst, Choanocyte

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17 Dec 2014
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Endoderm (coelomate, with coelom being the proboscis- containing rhynchocoel) Sexual: mutual cross fertilization (hypodermic impregnation) mixed develo
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UBCBIOL 205Brian LeanderFall

BIOL 205 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Synapomorphy, Sponge, Coelom

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17 Dec 2014
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Date, time and place: wednesday, october 8, 2014 @ 1:00 pm in wesbrook 100. Coverage: all of the lecture material presented through october 6, 2014. My
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Handstand, Working Memory, Minor Places In Middle-Earth (Fictional)

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5 May 2014
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Effects of encoding: spacing effect, single vs. distributed testing. Encoding phase: some facts on each lesson were quizzes 3 times throughout each cha
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Explicit Memory, Encoding Specificity Principle, Frontal Lobe

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5 May 2014
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Participants were briefly presented with an array of letters and asked how many letters they could recall. Partial report: recalled 3-4 items, multiply
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Midbrain Tectum, Prototype Pattern, Thalamus

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5 May 2014
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In cortex, visual processing splits into two distinct streams, each dealing with a distinct kind of representation. Vision for perception stream) occip
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Default Mode Network, Attentional Blink, Temporoparietal Junction

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5 May 2014
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Effect of mindfulness of healthy people compared to the effect on people with clinical disorders: mindfulness manipulations. Instruct people during the
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Free Recall, Procedural Memory, Implicit Memory

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5 May 2014
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Reward System, Critical Role

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5 May 2014
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They are told that each time they choose a card they will win some game money. Every so often, however, choosing a card causes them to lose some money.
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Stroop Effect, Multisensory Integration, Game Players

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5 May 2014
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Operational definition: when one reports (the feeling and content of) awareness of a stimulus: cannot apply to animals and infants, who cannot express
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Fusiform Gyrus, Magical Thinking, Schizotypy

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5 May 2014
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A surprisingly large number of people describe unusual experiences that are consistently triggered by certain stimuli (some of) these people are synaes
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Frontal Lobe, P3B, P3A

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5 May 2014
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Our minds drift away from demands of the immediate external environment to focus on. When one"s attention is firmly directed towards the task: mind wan
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Hearing Aid, Mismatch Negativity, Hair Cell

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5 May 2014
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Blindness deprives you of contact with things; deafness deprives you of contact with people. Amplitude represents intensity of sound (measured in db as
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UBCPSYC 260Julia KamSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Microelectrode, Color Constancy, Time Series

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5 May 2014
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Cognition (does not necessarily happen in the given order): acquire knowledge through sensory systems, organize & store info, use that info the guide d
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UBCPSYC 102Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Abraham Maslow, Personality Test, Iceberg

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5 May 2014
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It is rare for siblings to have the same personality, as they compete for resources. Younger children tend to develop a more social personality. Indepe
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MCGILLPSYC 100Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fundamental Attribution Error, Group Polarization, Deindividuation

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5 May 2014
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MCGILLPSYC 100Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hans Selye, Wishful Thinking, Hypothalamus

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5 May 2014
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Mild, moderate, or severe in intensity: the human body is adapted to cope with acute stress, but it does not cope well with chronic stress! Some types
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MCGILLANTH 212Kevin HamiltonSpring

ANTH 212 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Family Therapy, Paraprofessional, Token Economy

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5 May 2014
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Topics: biomedical therapies, drugs, ect, psychosurgery, psychological therapies, psychotherapy, behavioural therapy, cognitive therapy, humanistic and
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MCGILLPSYC 100Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Advantageous, Savant Syndrome, Kim Peek

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5 May 2014
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MCGILLPSYC 100Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Limbic System, Cognitive Therapy, Frontal Lobe

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5 May 2014
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Emotion: emotion and motivation are closely related aspects of behaviour, emotions are usually triggered by external stimuli, motivation is often roote
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MCGILLGEOG 216Kevin HamiltonSpring

GEOG 216 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frontal Lobe, Operant Conditioning, Classical Conditioning

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5 May 2014
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Topics: definition of development, learning vs genetics, factors influencing development, questions posed by developmental psychologists, conception an
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UBCPSYC 102Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Dieting, Nervous System Disease, Tom Hanks

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5 May 2014
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It is paradoxical that animals that are low in energy are able to raise their energy expense enough to allow them to hunt: three part definition. Direc
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UBCPSYC 102Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ethnocentrism, Collectivism, Filial Piety

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5 May 2014
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Africa, south america, central america, india, asia: individualistic: emphasis is on the individual and self reliance. Culture a definition: a program
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MCGILLPSYC 100Kevin HamiltonSpring

PSYC 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Operant Conditioning, Unconscious Mind, Gestalt Therapy

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5 May 2014
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Individualistic (empowers the individual assumes free will) Actualizes, maintains and enhances the experience of life through the process of self actua
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MCGILLBIOL 200Kevin HamiltonFall

Sample BIOL 200 Midterm Study Sheet.pdf

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8 Jul 2013
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UBCCHEM 121Michael WolfFall

Wavefunctions.pdf

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2 Dec 2012
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