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UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Frontal Lobe, Petrofina, Meta-Analysis

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21 Apr 2016
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17 years old has the highest rate of crime. lowest (among youth) is amongst 12 year olds skew tells us that rate of crime decreases as age increases, t
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UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Constand Viljoen, Executive Functions, Sleepwalking

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21 Apr 2016
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Case law provided guidance for fst definition: v. prichard (1836) outlined three criteria. Whether the defendant is mute of malice. Whether or not the
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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenWinter

SOC365H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sex Segregation, Relative Risk, Dependent And Independent Variables

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21 Apr 2016
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Promotions and getting ahead at work are symbols of someone"s value and. National survey indicate a small to moderate gender gap in promotions (both th
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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenWinter

SOC365H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nuclear Family, Social Forces, Orgasm

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21 Apr 2016
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Insight: takes apart heterosexuality, he constructs it and makes us see it in new ways. **heterosexuality as an institution** very strange when we thin
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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenWinter

SOC365H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: White Privilege, Critical Race Theory, False Dilemma

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGSOC365H1Adam GreenWinter

SOC365H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Friedrich Engels, Essentialism, Nanny

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonWinter

PSY328H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sûreté Du Québec, Disorganized Crime, Buffer Zone

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21 Apr 2016
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Profiling: this is the process of drawing inferences about a criminal"s personality, behaviour, motivation, and demographic characteristics based on cr
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UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Kingston, Ontario, Homicide, World Health Organization

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21 Apr 2016
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Historically, correctional discipline in canada was harsh and public: whipping/flogging, branding skin & sometimes the letter/shape branded indicated c
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UTSGPSY328H1Heidi GordonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Organization Development, Municipal Police, Good Moral Character

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Anticulture Records, Eunuch, Cultural Revolution

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21 Apr 2016
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VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Eunuch

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21 Apr 2016
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China closed trade with britain; however, britain wanted tea from china. As a result, britain started smuggling and trading opium in exchange for tea.
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Guard Dog, Ba Jin, Perspiration

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21 Apr 2016
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Moral: if you are fearful, your opponent will be stronger; if you face your opponent/difficulty, you will become strong. People developed both a fear a
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Liu Yuxi, Li Bai, Qingming Festival

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21 Apr 2016
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Any dynasty that lasted over100 years good. Capital: xian: pop of 1 million residents, was the most prosperous and powerful. Culture developed highly:
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Li Sao, Qu Yuan, Tao Te Ching

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21 Apr 2016
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Classical poems = poems written in the beginning of zhou dynasty: collected from this long period of time 2500-3000 years ago, not sure exactly when ea
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Cao Wei, Yuan Dynasty, Sony Music Entertainment

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21 Apr 2016
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Performed during the yuan dynasty: some say even early than this dynasty even in the song dynasty. Song dynasty known form contribution to inventions s
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Trait Theory

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21 Apr 2016
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All characters have jade in their name. 120 volumes/episodes each episode = long story: last 40 were lost. Written in the middle of the 18th century. A
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Peking Opera, Renaissance Revival Architecture

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21 Apr 2016
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Yuan dynasty: 1206-1368 ad: dynasty was not as successful, culture was not as deep, enjoyed opera and allowed theatres to flourish. By end of 19th cent
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Kuomintang, Far-Left Politics

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21 Apr 2016
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Confucius had 3000 followers (both physical and non-physical: had 72 disciples. Laozu and confucius represented 2 different approaches to life: laozu f
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Proverb, Kua Fu

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21 Apr 2016
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Chinese charters are formed by 3 principals: pictures (pictorial) all characters have a picture in it, meaning 1 character has several parts and each p
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Sun Bin, Sun Tzu

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21 Apr 2016
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Author was born in the han county. Regarded as the 1st great historian and man of letters: booked he produced was very comprehensive. Author"s father w
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Creole Music, E.G. Time, Romance Languages

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21 Apr 2016
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Language forms (such as phonological, grammatical) vary constant across both time and space. If there is a lot of variant forms, they are said to const
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Weighing Scale, Signify, Wilhelm Wundt

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21 Apr 2016
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A linguistic feature that describes the relationship between language and thought. They are commonly seen in everyday language e. g being cool/lukewarm
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UTSGANT253H1Marcel DanesiWinter

ANT253H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Componential Analysis, Gestalt Psychology, Paul Kay

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21 Apr 2016
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In boas study of american aboriginal languages he discovered features that suggested to him that languages served people as classificatory devices for
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Relate, Social Comparison Theory, Phonics

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21 Apr 2016
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Children learn about written language from the start. A 2 year old girl can recognize a box of cheerios - understands the concept of visual representat
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Universal Grammar, Tabula Rasa, Written Language

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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Critical Period, Lev Vygotsky, Cognitive Development

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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Identity Formation, Hearing Aid, Toilet Training

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lev Vygotsky, Number Sense, Animism

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Railways Act 1921, Lev Vygotsky, Critical Role

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21 Apr 2016
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Chapter 3 part ii: vygotsky"s theory of cognitive development. Not possible to understand a child"s development without some understanding of culture c
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Longitudinal Study, Inter-Rater Reliability, Urie Bronfenbrenner

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21 Apr 2016
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Student behavior= interplay of different individual characteristics, family background, and classroom dynamics: help teachers understand how children c
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Prenatal Diagnosis, Cleft Lip And Cleft Palate, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder

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21 Apr 2016
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Physical changes intersect with social, emotional, and intellectual changes within different ecological contexts: children"s physical health affects th
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Cognition, Tokenism, Character Education

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21 Apr 2016
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Why is it important that teacher be aware of classroom relationships: practical aspects (seating and work groupings, children with good peer relations
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cell Division, Color Vision, Cerebellum

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21 Apr 2016
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As with other stages, there are both biological and environmental influences on development. Zygote: cell formed by the union of the sperm and ovum: co
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Propositional Calculus, Deeper Understanding, Egocentrism

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21 Apr 2016
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Key aspects of piaget"s theory of cognitive development. Constructivist theory: children construct their own meaning and understanding of the world in
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UTSGVIS201H1nathalierothschildFall

VIS201H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sexually Transmitted Infection, Deafblindness, Newsprint

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21 Apr 2016
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Active Child, Social Skills, Classroom

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21 Apr 2016
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Teachers step into the classroom with beliefs about how children learn and develop: idetify and be aware of your beliefs, think about how your beliefs
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UTSGVIC101H1nathalierothschildFall

VIC101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sight Word, Phonics, Phonemic Awareness

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21 Apr 2016
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Readings will be posted online think about which one you would like to read. Next week in discussion groups, will assign 2-3 people to do each reading
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Radical Feminism, Marxist Feminism, Cultural Feminism

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21 Apr 2016
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Chapter 2: paradigms, theory, and research (kenneth chan) Research findings based only on the observation of patterns are insufficient. Theories seek t
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Qualitative Property, Nomothetic, Dependent And Independent Variables

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21 Apr 2016
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Chapter 1: human inquiry and science (ken yu) We know some things through tradition, some things from experts . When our experience conflicts with what
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UTSGSOC200H1Mark EastonFall

SOC200H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Nomothetic, Cultural Artifact, Causal Model

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21 Apr 2016
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Before you can observe and analyze, you need a plan. First, you must specify clearly what you want to find out. Second, you must determine the best way
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