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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

KIN 151 Study Guide - Final Guide: Projectile Motion, Kinetic Concepts, Lavras

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Remix Culture, New Media, Temporality

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Final Crisis, Celtx, Screenwriting Software

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Every script has a specific format: headings (slug lines) Slug line is all caps at the top: narrative description. Any movement made by a character, de
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Alliteration, Lyric Soprano, Anthropomorphism

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5 elements of lyrics: diction, image, sound, structure, substance. Diction: the choice of words or phrases, rhyme, repetition, alliteration, colloquial
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Academic Writing

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Invisibility, Norman Mailer

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: The Yellow Kid, Horror Fiction, Will Eisner

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2: cartoon, newspaper strip, panels, graphic novel. Looks more like modern comics: words and pictures. Comic book codes: not allowed to have charcter w
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Geoffrey K. Pullum, Spanish Pronouns, Edward Sapir

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture 3: CRWR 200 - Lecture 3 Notes

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Lecture 3 - fiction: elements and structure: narrative paradigm - what history tells us about story telling, elements and structure - structural/object
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Sampling Bias, Sample Size Determination, Observational Techniques

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Elena Ferrante, Dorothea Lasky, Tamagotchi

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Claustrophobia

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Locked in to picture view of setting and scene. Think: time and camera narrative summary: snippets of boy growing up , the clock is uid and the camera
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ekphrasis

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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Luke Skywalker

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Fiction from three angles: narrative paradigms- what history tell us about storytelling, elements and structure , approaches and techniques. Resonant e
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sympathetic Resonance, Mavis Gallant

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Beautiful > aesthetically active and effective, attractive to readers enticing, captivating. Disappears out of sight > uncertainty about whats to come
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UBCCRWR 213Timothy TaylorFall

CRWR 213 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Fyodor Dostoyevsky, Elmore Leonard, Sympathetic Resonance

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Three principles drawn from architecture (how they combine, re tell theory??) What could be meant bu the term usefulness: in narrative. What did mark t
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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

HKIN 151 Midterm: Second Midterm Random Review Notes – KIN 151

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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

KIN 151 Study Guide - Final Guide: Biomechanics, High-Speed Camera, Sagittal Plane

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Calibration: process of finding a relation between two variables. Fixed reference: describes the movement relative to the environment or space. Hertz:
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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

KIN 151 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kinematics, Kinesiology, Free Body Diagram

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Anatomy the study of the bodily structure of humans. Biomechanics the study of the structure and functions of biological systems by means of the method
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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

KIN 151 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Free Body Diagram, Mechanical Advantage, Simple Machine

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16 Jun 2016
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2nd section study guides kin 151. Center of gravity: the point around which a bodys weight is equally balanced, no matter how body is positioned. Cente
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UBCKIN 151Paul KennedyFall

KIN 151 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Kinematics, Projectile Motion, Ground Reaction Force

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Biomechanics: a branch of physics, applies the principle of mechanics to living organisms. Biomechanics can be used to solve qualitative and quantitati
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Clitoral Erection, Piece Work, European Cooperation In Science And Technology

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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Classical Conditioning, Psych, Behaviorism

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John b watson: behaviorism, believed in nurture, you could teach anyone anything, give me a dozen healthy infants, well framed, and my own specified wo
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Habituation

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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Inattentional Blindness, Sleep Deprivation, Electroencephalography

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Inattentional blindness verse change blindness: a failure to perceive an event when attention is diverted elsewhere, sights unseen. Only thinking secti
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Psych, Critical Role

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Sensory input sensory memory attention working or short term memory (maintenance rehearsal) retrieval & encoding l long term memory. Long term memory s
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: False Memory, Psych, Leading Question

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False memory: thinking you heard something that wasn"t said: related things stored nearby one another. Memory construction: recall not an exact replica
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Psych, Retina, Change Blindness

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Levels of consciousness: higher level: controlled awareness, strict definition, lower level: automatic responses (eq. Driving), daydreaming: altered st
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Piece Work, Rebar, Reinforcement

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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture 15: Psych 101 - Lesson 5 Section 2

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Ivan petrovich pavlov: got noble price on work on digestion (work ended up being wrong) Classical or pavlovian conditioning: unconditioned stimulus (uc
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Programmed Learning, Contingency Management, Observational Learning

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Practical application of learning principles: schools, programmed learning texts, stickers, behavior modification, contingency management, token econom
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Sleep Deprivation, Cataplexy, Melatonin

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Why do we sleep: recuperative theory, sleep repairs the wear and tear done to our bodies while awake, circadian theories, sleep evolved to encourage in
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Notes

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If enough inputs the cells axon may generate an output. Provides room for more connections to other neurons. One axon per cell, 2 distinct parts. Think
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sociobiology, Epigenetics

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Dizogotic is fraternal, they have eggs and spern from same parent (just developed in same uterus at same time) Children raised in families other than t
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Axon Terminal, Psych, Acetylcholine

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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Operational Definition, Queen'S Privy Council For Canada

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Chapter two - ways and means of psychology. A theory must be veri able and ask why questions. The ongoing nature of science - ideas build on eachother
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Psych, Libido, Sympathetic Nervous System

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Right hemisphere controls: left hand, musical and artistic abiirt, perception of space, imagination and fantasizing, body control and awareness. Left h
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Psych, Null Hypothesis, Statistical Inference

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Longitudinal study: follow the same group across time to determine age-related changes n thought and behaviour. > people drop out, move away, pass away
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture 9: Lecture 9 Notes

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Memory impairment from marijuana use occurs because the thc alters how information is processed in the hippocampus, a brain area responsible for memory
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UBCPSYC 101Catherine RawnFall

PSYC 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Peyote, Barbiturate, Hallucinogen

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Affect the brain: barbiturates, drugs that depress the activity of the central nervous system, reducing anxiety but impairing memory and judgment, ex.
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