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YORKPSYC 2520Hernan HumanaFall

PSYC 2520 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Twin, Twin Study, Heritability

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Indexed by heritability quotient range from 0 to 1. 1 means trait is influenced solely by inheritance and 0 means trait is not influenced by inheritanc
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YORKPSYC 2520Hernan HumanaFall

PSYC 2520 Lecture Notes - Psychology Today, Acquaintance Rape, Penis Envy

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These are the kinds of issues that plague people in positions of authority today. All animals take from nature to subsist, and apes may sometimes use r
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YORKCHEM 1001Rebecca JubisFall

CHEM 1001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lead, Magnesium Chloride, Silver Iodide

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Unlike metallic conductors in which electrons carry the electric charge, the electricity conducted in aqueous solutions is carried by the ions. When a
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YORKBIOL 2010allFall

BIOL 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Headache, Intellectual Disability, Caffeine

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Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm) now in its 4th edition, commonly referred to as dsm iv or dsm iv-tr. Bloodletting was part
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YORKBIOL 2010allFall

BIOL 2010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reuptake, Parietal Lobe, Fluoxetine

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Paradigm- the conceptual framework or approach within which the scientist works. A paradigm is a set of basic assumptions that outline the particular u
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YORKACTG 2011Eytan LasryFall

ACTG 2011 Lecture Notes - Installment Credit, Mezzanine Capital, Credit Risk

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risk capital

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YORKACTG 2011Eytan LasryFall

ACTG 2011 Lecture Notes - Competition Commission

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The financial accounts provide a wealth of information that is useful to various users of financial information, as summarised below: Investors are con
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YORKACTG 2011Eytan LasryFall

ACTG 2011 Lecture Notes - Planning Permission

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YORKACTG 2011Eytan LasryFall

ACTG 2011 Lecture Notes - Irredeemable, Secured Loan

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Just as management teams compete for finance, so do venture capital firms. To obtain their funds, venture capital firms have to demonstrate a good trac
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YORKACTG 2011Eytan LasryFall

ACTG 2011 Lecture Notes - Corporate Social Responsibility

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A business may have important non-financial objectives which will limit the achievement of financial objectives. The provision of employee welfare is a
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Erving Goffman, Class Consciousness, Scientific Revolution

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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Umber, Thai Chinese, Endogamy

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Consider greater importance for sociology than in biology. Some scientists believe we all belong to one race and this is in africa. Some people think w
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Tina Turner, Endogamy, 18 Months

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Family is a place where you find particularism and affect (the family provides emotional support) as said by. There are rewards of affect when raising
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Protestantism, Paul Bernardo, Serial Killer

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Sanction (punishment) strength: how strong does society punish people for violating any of these norms. They are more specific to groups and individual
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Hostile Work Environment, Solidarity, Subculture

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Social solidarity: refers to (1) the degree to which a group members share beliefs and values and (2) the intensity and frequency of their interaction.
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Heterosexuality, Liberal Feminism, Hostile Work Environment

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Intersexed infants are babies born w/ ambiguous genitals b/c of a hormone imbalance in the wombs or some other cause. A person"s gender comprises the f
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Japan Today, Samuel George Morton, Social Inequality

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Collected and measured human skulls that came from various times and places. Their original occupants were members of different races. Believed he coul
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

canadian perspectives

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Social inequality can be compared to a shipwreck. His hard work turns the island into a thriving colony. Believed that people get rich if they possess
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Sub-Saharan Africa, Prostate Cancer, Peter Piot

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The sick role is that your normal routine is suspended, you must want to get better, seek competent help and cooperate w/ practitioners. Thus the medic
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Symbolic Interactionism, Hidden Curriculum, Personality Disorder

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Entering and disengaging from a succession of roles: becoming aware of themselves as they interact w/ others. Socialization is the process by which peo
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Cattle In Religion And Mythology, Postmodern Culture, Benjamin Lee Whorf

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Sociologists define culture as the ideas, practices, and material objects that people create to deal w/ real-life problems. Popular and mass culture is
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Social Inequality, Shoeshiner

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Terrible decade w/ drought everywhere and people had to sell their farms. The family"s farm was taken away and they went to cali as migrant farm worker
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Impulsivity, Methamphetamine, Methylphenidate

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If come up w/ new drug you need to patent it, and for a certain period of time you won that product and no one else can sell it and you make the money.
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Kobe Bryant, Mcdonaldization, Tom Cruise

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Communications tom cruise and nicole kidman: big money makers. Kobe bryant, lebron james, yow ming (retired) Hockey players crosby, malkon, clitcho bro
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

explanatory

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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Fluoxetine, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Compulsive Buying Disorder

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Public and private organization they find it profitable to come up w/ new mental disorders. Pharmaceutical companies can come up w/ drugs to treat thes
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Wage Labour, Abraham Maslow, Luddite

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You can get money for a service, money for a product. Markets develop, market develops for products, services, labour, and land (bought and sold) Labou
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Hutu, Glocalization, Multinational Corporation

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Economies have developed as part of the great transformation. They organize production, distribution and in exchange and distributing those things and
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YORKSOCI 2030Eytan LasryFall

SOCI 2030 Lecture Notes - Anxiety Disorder, Specific Phobia, Thought Disorder

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Many ways in defining abnormal, but none of the definitions are complete, many ways of constituting it, but it is hard to cover all that we mean by thi
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

measurement

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Human growth is diffuse ( spread throughout: adult is taller, larger from front to back, has larger organs than a child. Development: physical, emotion
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Cytosine, Messenger Rna, Cell Nucleus

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Nucleic acids carry the genetic code that determines the order of amino acids in proteins. Genetic material stores information, can be replicated, and
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Cystic Fibrosis, Eye Color, Tyrosine

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Dna codes for assembly of amino acids / forms a polypeptide chain (proteins - enzymes) Each triplet codes for one amino acid. Single amino acid may hav
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Sexual Selection, Mating Plug, Parental Investment

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Intrasexual selection- differential mating success among individuals of one sex due to interactions with members of the same sex (ex. Fighting with eac
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

significant differences

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Species are named on the basis of statistically significant differences in the traits used to estimate the phylogeny. Recent analyses have found that t
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Allopatric Speciation, Species Complex, Allele Frequency

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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisSummer

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Thermoregulation, Genetic Drift, Genetic Variation

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Chapter 10- studying adaptation: evolutionary analysis of form and function. Explanation of organismal design is among the triumphs of the theory of ev
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Reproductive Isolation, Mate Choice, Genetic Drift

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Natural selection is a potent force for divergence. Sexual selection acts on characters involved in mate choice. Changes in sexual selection can cause
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

mortality rates

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In populations where mortality rates are high, individuals tend to breed earlier in life. Read example on mainland and island opossums. Populations hav
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YORKBIOL 1602Rebecca JubisFall

BIOL 1602 Lecture Notes - Life Time Fitness, Ovipositor

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Lack"s hypothesis predicts that parents will attempt to rear that number of young that maximizes the number of surviving offspring. Data indicate that
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