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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

Abortion

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 14

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SOCA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Intel 8088

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 8

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

CHapter 18

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 5

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Chapter 4

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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOC54H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Extra-Pair Copulation, Kentish Plover, Spotless Starling

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Last male fertilizes most eggs , unguarded females remate. Females widely distributed hard to locate: extra pair copulation: socially monogamous might
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

Chapter 13

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O competition of food: energetic and time cost of dominance interactions (social status) Social behaviours agnostic or submissive (most of the time) Be
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

Chapter 14

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We don"t need to be aware proximate and ulatimate causes: humans don"t do things because we raise inclusive fitness, not all behaviour is biologically
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

BIOC54H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Intraspecific Competition, Sunk Costs, Parental Investment

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Physiological costs sustained energy cost: future reproduction and survival, opportunity costs foraging and matings. Parental care evolves if there is
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

Chapter 10

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Chapter 10: bowerbirds: males build bowers that females visit, where she inspects then go, returns to the bowers later to be courted and then they copu
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

Chapter 9

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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

BIOC54H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Whelk, Optimal Foraging Theory, Stotting

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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

Chapter 1

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When v1a receptors in ventral palladium is stimulated by vasopressin it triggers activity positive feedback. Mate guarding restricts mobility protectin
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UTSCBIOC54H3Maydianne AndradeSummer

Chapter 3

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Chapter 3: development is an interaction of genetic with changing external environment, gene-environmental interaction. Inhibiting agent is a fatty aci
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 6

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Chapter 6: some psychologist believe that there is only 1 kind of memory storage but different kinds of processing take place in that store. Whether th
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 7

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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

Chapter 9

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Works when whole phrases are moved to the front. Lexical-insertion rule insertion of words into structures generated: transformational rule: turn struc
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

CHapter 8

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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

PSYB57H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Wax Tablet, B. F. Skinner, Tabula Rasa

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Plato: memory storage is like writing on a wax tablet, mind is an aviary where birds are flying, and memory is catching a bird, sometimes you catch, so
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

PSYB57H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Parietal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Frontal Lobe

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It was initially believed that cognitive processes and structures were best described at the level of abstraction above the neural level: studying neur
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

PSYB57H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Eleanor J. Gibson, Template Matching, Edge Detection

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Chapter 3: perception: take sensory input and interpret, brain responsible for visual processing occupy half of total cortex, types of perception: visu
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

PSYB57H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Short-Term Memory, Long-Term Memory, Iconic Memory

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Stm aka primary memory, short term storage sts. Sensory memory: separate sensory memory for each modality visual, auditory, olfactory, gustatory, tacti
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UTSCPSYB57H3Gabriela IlieWinter

PSYB57H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speech Shadowing, Electrodermal Activity, Stroop Effect

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It would be impossible to get the meaning of an unattended message: two messages that contain information presented slowly can be processed. Moray conc
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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

Midterm Review First Half

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

week 1, ch 1

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

week 2 ch1, 12

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

week 3 ch2

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UTSCSOCA01H3Sheldon UngarFall

Week 5 Ch3

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UTSCPHLB09H3Chad HorneFall

notes, first half

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UTSCPSYC39H3David NussbaumFall

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