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UTMSOC323H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC323H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Harold Garfinkel, Erving Goffman, Conditional Sentence

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17 Apr 2013
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A) a subsystem of the criminal justice system. Correctional institutions, courts, the police, jails, the public. B) a philosophy for responding to crim
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Prenatal Diagnosis

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17 Apr 2013
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Value of life-marx agues value of life is sometimes higher for others. Don"t know how they would act if had to raise a child with a disability. Desire
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mahatma Gandhi, Communicative Competence, Habituation

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13 Mar 2013
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Milestones-ages at which children should have developed social skills. Milestones-are guidelines, not all children will reach these skills by that age,
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Hyponymy And Hypernymy, 18 Months, Oneword

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13 Mar 2013
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Victor-never had learned language up until he died at 30. Acquisition of language as opposed to learning language. Language acquisition so automatic th
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Standard Deviation, Intelligence Quotient, Metacognition

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13 Mar 2013
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Ray task first task: how effectively you can defect and perceive the incoming sensory stimuli using the five sensory domains (this is how we interact w
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Social Disintegration, Conditional Sentence, Prison Overcrowding

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13 Mar 2013
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Kids understand life & themselves in terms of shopping. Ethically: treat others as obstacles, ignores consequences. Consumer society cannot give a mean
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Devaluation, Addiction, Shoplifting

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13 Mar 2013
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Motives are diverse ex: addiction, jealousy, rage. Result of proper parental socialization: external containment. I talk to my friends in time of need.
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Jeremy Bentham, Cesare Beccaria, Anomie

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13 Mar 2013
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Lecture 2: scientific approach to the understanding of the world july 12, 2012. The scientific approach to the study of social control and deviance. Ex
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307-Lecture 1.docx

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13 Mar 2013
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Zygmunt Bauman, Feudalism, Ruling Class

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13 Mar 2013
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiSummer

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Ritualism In The Church Of England, Social Disorganization Theory, Talcott Parsons

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13 Mar 2013
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Study of organisms relations with their environment and each other. Reflects degree scarcity of resources (food, mate ) Keeps numbers of each specie in
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Intellectual Disability, Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Social Darwinism

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13 Mar 2013
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Based on rational choice theory: criminal a rational actor. 3 factors involved in offender"s decision to commit a crime. Suitable target: motivated off
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UTMPSY346H5Gary KraemerWinter

Lecture 6-PSY346.ppt

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13 Mar 2013
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Social ethics: do not murder, do not attack physically or emotionally , do not steal, defraud, deceive . Laws and rules are formalized ethics derived f
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UTMBIO328H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO328H5 Lecture Notes - Cuckoo Clock

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13 Mar 2013
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UTMBIO328H5Karen WilliamsWinter

BIO328H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sexual Selection, Statistical Power, Coevolution

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13 Mar 2013
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Jan/11/2012: co-evolution between parasites and control the behaviour of the host. Parasite may induce symptoms in the host: look for evidence to rule
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Far-Sightedness, Nonverbal Communication, Retinitis Pigmentosa

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13 Mar 2013
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All parents want their children to speak in same native tongue. Mom usually learns asl (completely different language) Have one common language, but ma
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345-Lecture 2.docx

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6 Mar 2013
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UTMSOC323H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC323H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Collaborative Law, Adversarial System, Mock Trial

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6 Mar 2013
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Process of resolving disputes between conflicting parties. A party: is a person or group of persons that compose a single entity which can be identifie
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UTMSOC323H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC323H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Promissory Note, Ethnocentrism, Moral Reasoning

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6 Mar 2013
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Heredity, Hair Cell, Dentures

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13 Feb 2013
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Communication-complex activities, require lots and lots of learning, significant cultural differences, take for complete granted unless there is a prob
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Neuroglia, Postcentral Gyrus, Limbic System

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5 Feb 2013
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Assignments-approach the answer from a number of different ways. All neurons you"ll ever need are produced before birth. Neurons and glial cells make u
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Electromagnetic Radiation, Neural Adaptation, Rhodopsin

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5 Feb 2013
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Absolute threshold-smallest strength of a stimulus that can be detected. Difference threshold-(jnd) smallest difference that can be detected. Somatosen
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonSummer

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Observational Learning, Operant Conditioning

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5 Feb 2013
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W: es v fm 2-yes have ham too. C: ok10, lfmnxnt-okay 10, i"ll have eggs and ham and tea. Zone of proximal development-this might be a little too hard f
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UTMPSY313H5Dax UrbszatWinter

PSY313H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Reserve, Adult Development, Synaptogenesis

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5 Feb 2013
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Development: combined effects of the accumulation of experiences and the consequences of time-related biological processes that affect behavior and phy
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UTMPSY270H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H5 Lecture Notes - Edward Thorndike, Wilhelm Wundt, Engineering Psychology

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5 Feb 2013
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You do not have to do any extra research, include discussion-what do they results mean, include article review summarize and how it goes with your resu
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UTMSOC227H5Lina SamuelWinter

SOC227H5 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lean Manufacturing

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5 Feb 2013
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> flexible specialization-continuous innovation and constant response to change in consumer demand. >the flexible firm: functional (modify tasks-worker
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UTMPSY346H5Gary KraemerWinter

PSY346H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Twin, Prefrontal Cortex, Eugen Bleuler

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5 Feb 2013
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Generally diagnosed between ages of 15-35, estimated to afflict 24 million people worldwide. Bleuler split the symptoms into fundamental and accessory
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UTMPSY346H5Gary KraemerWinter

PSY346H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Tourette Syndrome, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Anxiety Disorder

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5 Feb 2013
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UTMPSY346H5Gary KraemerWinter

PSY346H5 Lecture Notes - Epidural Hematoma, Glasgow Coma Scale, Traumatic Brain Injury

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5 Feb 2013
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Psy346 chapter 7-traumatic and chronic brain damage neural reserve: brain"s capacity based on the formation of neural processes and complex connections
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UTMPSY312H5Christine BurtonWinter

PSY312H5 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Development, 18 Months, Habituation

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30 Jan 2013
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Video: human development 2 1/2 years children learn how to learn in the first two years of life. Example of habituation: a pattern or sound is shown to
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Silent Treatment, Operant Conditioning

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14 Jan 2013
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Individuals may cause their own victimization: active precipitation. Shows characteristics and/or behaviour disliked by the offender. Passive precipita
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UTMSOC307H5Reza BarmakiWinter

SOC307H5 Lecture Notes - Penis Envy, Josef Breuer, Personality Disorder

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14 Jan 2013
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Basic assumption: there is something in human beings that makes them do what they do: there is more than what they see such as biological chromosomes.
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UTMPSY343H5Janet PolivyWinter

Chapter 6

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6 Feb 2012
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Organismic needs: we bring closure to the most pressing need of the moment, followed by the emergence of another end-goal into awareness. End-goals: da
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UTMPSY343H5Janet PolivyWinter

Chapter 7

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6 Feb 2012
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UTMSOC216H5Ronit DinovitzerFall

Lecture 7

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18 Jan 2012
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Access to law and legal legislation leads to important positions in society. When you go to law school you enter as a particular person and you leave a
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UTMSOC216H5Ronit DinovitzerWinter

Lecture 8

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18 Jan 2012
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Not everybody has an equal chance of getting into law school. Roles they play as lawyers-help those underrepresented or overrepresented, advocate in th
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UTMSOC216H5Ronit DinovitzerWinter

Lecture 5

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18 Jan 2012
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First wave, second wave, third wave: theoretical approach. Goal of feminists at that time were getting women recognized as political actors. Feminists
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UTMSOC216H5Ronit DinovitzerWinter

Lecture 6

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18 Jan 2012
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Do readings and focus on what we did in class. Don t memorize dates, understand what did this research find. One hint: when you read a m/c don t look a
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UTMBIO210Y5Rosa Da SilvaWinter

Chapter 3

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18 Jan 2012
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Cytology: the study of cellular structure and function. Cell biology: discipline which incorporates aspects of biology, chemistry, and physics. The hum
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UTMBIO210Y5Rosa Da SilvaWinter

Chapter 1-BIO210Y

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18 Jan 2012
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Anatomy: cutting open -the study of internal and external structures of the body and the physical relationships among body parts ex: how a particular m
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