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UTMGGR305H5T ConwayWinter

GGR305H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Continental Drift, Glossopteris, Adolf Engler

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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Physical Attractiveness, Normative Social Influence, Menopause

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18 Dec 2012
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Need to belong: motivation to bond with others in relationships that provide ongoing positive interactions. Functional distance how often people"s path
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Poverty Threshold, Prefrontal Cortex, On Aggression

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18 Dec 2012
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UTMPSY328H5Will HuggonFall

PSY328H5 Lecture Notes - Shy People, Tom Brokaw, Behaviorism

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8 Dec 2012
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Troy davis executed for murder of a police officer in 1989. 7 out of 9 eyewitnesses recanted their decision. Eyewitness testimony isn"t really that bad
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UTMPSY328H5Will HuggonFall

PSY328 usefulness of eyewitness testimony (lecture 2)

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7 Dec 2012
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You are not expecting a crime to happen right in front of you and not even asked about the event right away. People with different perspectives going t
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UTMPSY328H5Will HuggonFall

PSY328H5 Lecture Notes - Precedent, Nomothetic, Criminal Negligence

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19 Nov 2012
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Trying to figure out why people do the things they do. Differences between law (left) and psychology (right: legal precedent stare decisis doing what i
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Social Loafing, Fishing Reel, Deindividuation

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15 Nov 2012
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Group: at least two people who interact with and influence one another and perceive one another as us in contrast to. Co-actors: group of people workin
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Chameleon, Social Proof, Group Cohesiveness

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15 Nov 2012
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Conformity: change in behaviour or belief to accord with others. Compliance: involves publicly acting in accord with social pressure while privately di
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: The Peripheral, Media Studies, Peer Pressure

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15 Nov 2012
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Persuasion: the process by which changes in belief, attitudes or behaviours are induced by a message. Good education factually based and less coercive.
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Overjustification Effect, Leon Festinger, Motivation

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10 Oct 2012
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Attitude: favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction toward something or someone, exhibited in one"s beliefs, feelings, or intended behaviour. Abc"
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Fundamental Attribution Error, Dispositional Attribution, Observer-Expectancy Effect

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10 Oct 2012
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We judge events, informed by our intuition, by implicit rules that guide our snap person. We explain events by either attributing it to either the situ
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Impression Management, Blood Sugar, Seat Belt

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10 Oct 2012
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Ex: if everyone around you is of a particular race or gender, you will notice how you differ and how others are reacting to your difference. Ex: if pro
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UTMPSY220H5Dax UrbszatFall

PSY220H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kurt Lewin, Naturalistic Fallacy, Social Neuroscience

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23 Sep 2012
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A science that studies how people think about, influence and relate to others. Very similar to sociology which is the study of people in groups/societi
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: John Stuart Mill, Lewis Terman, Associationism

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22 Aug 2012
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

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21 Jun 2012
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Schemas fill in the gaps and make thinking more efficient however they can lead to errors. The main component of a schema is to guide the drawing of an
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Habituation, Rhodopsin, Taste

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29 May 2012
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Several types of receptors that are transducing several types of incoming information to. 300 ms for your brain to realize that someone has poked you r
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Signify, Egocentrism, Object Permanence

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22 May 2012
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Communicates tangible sense of what children"s thinking is like descriptions just feel right. Addresses topics of interest to various groups such as pa
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Egocentrism, Psychopathology, Object Permanence

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18 May 2012
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Sweet, salty, fatty required for metabolism infants like. Sour, bitter usually indicate something that you don"t need that could be poisonous infants.
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UTMPSY312H5Hywel MorganSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Amygdala, Inferior Colliculus, Pseudobulbar Affect

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18 May 2012
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As they get older the withdrawal becomes more defined. Development from undifferentiated (if you dress a boy in pink pajamas you maturation and readine
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UTMGGR227H5Nathan BasilikoWinter

GGR227 WATER RESOURCES AND HYDROLOGY - CLIMATE CHANGE

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13 Feb 2012
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But then once it hits 4 degrees the density starts to decrease. Would freeze from the bottom up if it was like more liquids. Since it freezes from topa
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 17 hearing

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12 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 17 taste and smell

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12 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 18 muscle 1

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12 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 19 muscle 2

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12 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 20 smooth muscle

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12 Dec 2011
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362 reasoning

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9 Dec 2011
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362 remembering

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9 Dec 2011
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362 other ways of seeing the world II

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9 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 13 excitation, inhibition, integration

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8 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 16 vision

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6 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 15 sensory (sensory receptors, dynamic range, skin/pain receptors, pacinian corpuscle, etc)

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6 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 9 action potentials 3

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5 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 4 The Electrical Consequences of Concentration Gradients

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2 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 3 permeability

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2 Dec 2011
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UTMBIO304H5B StewartFall

BIO304 lecture 2 bioelectricity/diffusion sorted under slide headings

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1 Dec 2011
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362 spatial cognition

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5 Nov 2011
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362H5 Lecture Notes - Basal Ganglia, Facial Nerve, Trigeminal Nerve

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26 Oct 2011
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Same set of structures involved in memory is involved with emotion. As we start looking at brains of organisms that are cognitively complex there is a
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UTMGGR214H5Elizabeth JohnsonFall

lecture notes for Oct 17 and Oct 24

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24 Oct 2011
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UTMBIO205H5Monika HavelkaFall

BIO205 info on parasites, mimicry, plant defenses and more

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18 Oct 2011
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Parasites don"t really want to kill their hosts. Doesn"t take a lot of brain power to be herbivore need more brains to chase down their prey. A lot of
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UTMPSY362H5Ayesha KhanFall

PSY362 the mental lives of animals: an introduction

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4 Oct 2011
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