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UTSGPSY342H1Michael GemarFall

PSY342H1 Study Guide - Dot-Probe Paradigm, Stroop Effect, Gotlib

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Bentall happiness as psych disorder (not empirical) How it organizes conceptual features or argumentatively: conceptually. Conclusions: perfect psychia
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UTSGPSY370H1John VervaekeFall

PSY370H1 Lecture Notes - Gestalt Psychology, Combinatorial Explosion, Crossing Lines

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2 Mar 2013
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Gps = fundamental framework for ai & thinking. Success: formalized a technical explanation for problem solving which led to further discoveries. Framew
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UTSGPSY370H1John VervaekeFall

PSY370H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Verbal Overshadowing, Motivation, Cognitive Flexibility

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2 Mar 2013
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If so, our performance on purebred insight problems are not generalizable: gilhooly & murphy. Insight experience correlates w/ solution activation in t
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UTSGPSY343H1Neil RectorFall

PSY343H1 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Contingency Management, Consciousness Raising, Cognitive Restructuring

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2 Mar 2013
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Cbt also involves consciousness- raising, to a certain degree. Can these aspects be tested scientifically: mindfulness very hard to test. You can tell
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UTSGPSY343H1Neil RectorFall

PSY343H1 Study Guide - Therapeutic Relationship, Psychoanalysis, Psychologies

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2 Mar 2013
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UTSGPSY343H1Neil RectorFall

PSY343H1 Lecture Notes - Joseph Wolpe, Systematic Desensitization, Contingency Management

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& maintained w/ same principles as normal behavior. Assessment continuous, focuses on current determinants of behavior. Research evaluates effects of s
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UTSGPSY343H1Neil RectorFall

PSY343H1 Lecture Notes - Emotional Dysregulation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Contingency Management

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2 Mar 2013
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& maintained w/ same principles as normal behavior. Assessment continuous, focuses on current determinants of behavior. Research evaluates effects of s
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UTSGENG365H1Michael BoughnFall

ENG365H1 Study Guide - Carole Maso, Kathy Acker, Elmore Leonard

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2 Dec 2012
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Choose one question to answer, & one book to talk about. Red = i"m not too interested in writing about this. How an author deforms/challenges conventio
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UTSGENG365H1Michael BoughnFall

ENG365H1 Study Guide - Close Reading, Richard Brautigan, Ishmael Reed

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2 Dec 2012
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Choose one question to answer, & one book to talk about. Red = i"m not too interested in writing about this. How an author deforms/challenges conventio
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

Notes for Lecture on Cognitive Neuroscience

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24 Feb 2011
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Nervous system controls our mental life , cognitive theories should be neurally plausible to be useful. Certain activities may increase dendrite growth
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aplysia, Dopaminergic, Classical Conditioning

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10 Feb 2011
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1. 1 p h i losophy of t he m i n d. Erasmus darwin & early proponents of evolut ion. Charles darwin & t he t heory of natural select ion. Darwin"s 3 cr
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Study Notes on SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY - date not accurate

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10 Feb 2011
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Concept of self: full store of knowledge about me. How we see ourselves: self-awareness sense of self as the object of awareness (i thinks about me, se
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Study Notes on PERSONALITY - date not accurate

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We are searching for stable attributes of the self. We are arguing about how useful personality constructs are. M ichel huge variety in behaviour power
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

PSY100H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reuptake, Fluoxetine, Anandamide

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10 Feb 2011
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**alzheimer"s patients have low acetylcholine levels*: ep i nep hr i ne: excitatory functions in peripheral system, arousal & alertness, heightened att
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Study Notes on SLEEP - Date not accurate

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10 Feb 2011
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Many areas of the brain are more active during sleep than during wakefulness.  the conscious experience of the outside world is turned off .  sleep i
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Study Notes on the BRAIN - Structure & Basic Functions. Date not accurate.

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Communicates info to & from the rest of the body. Brainstem : (above spinal cord, in front of cerebellum) also capable of autonomous function! Basic pr
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

Study notes on Learning & Reward. date not accurate

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Learning: a relatively enduring  in behaviour that results from experience which may benefit organisms by adapting their behaviour to their environmen
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtWinter

study notes on sensation, perception & attention. date not accurate

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10 Feb 2011
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Sensation: how sense organs detect and respond to energy from external stimuli, as well as how these responses are transmitted to the brain. Understand
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UTSGCOG250Y1John VervaekeWinter

COG250Y1 Study Guide - Sensory Memory

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1 Feb 2011
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Ex: even when you are shown images sped into a blur , we can identify images of concepts (ex: picnic) when asked! Repetition @ intervals will preserve
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UTSGCOG250Y1John VervaekeWinter

Term 2 Study Guide on AI - ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

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1 Feb 2011
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Computation: first, info is encoded into propositions with logical syntactic structure. Then, it is manipulated/processed inferentially & in a structur
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UTSGCOG250Y1John VervaekeWinter

Term 2 Study Guide on RATIONALITY - terms, theories, important historical figures

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1 Feb 2011
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Ter ms & t heor ies: rationality: probability. Rationality is a qualitative judgement of behaviour very difficult to define. quality of thought in rela
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UTSGCOG250Y1John VervaekeWinter

COG250Y1 Study Guide - Homeostasis

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Vs. me mory: we make things meaningful in many different ways, so there are many dimensions that must be considered during remembering. Relevance reali
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UTSGPSY240H1TackettWinter

Study notes on Alcoholism, Drugs & Drug Abuse, & Substance Use Disorders

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1 Feb 2011
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Gender ratio: m(60%) > f(30%) for 1+ adverse etoh (ethyl alcohol)-related events (~5:1) Lifetime prevalence: dep 15% abuse 5% Behav exacerbated by subs
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UTSGPSY201H1Gillian RoweFall

Textbook notes from Statistics for the Behavioural Sciences - applicable to spring or fall term

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1 Feb 2011
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2. 1 frequency distribution: an organized tabulation of the number of individuals located in each category on the scale of measurement. Allows experime
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UTSGPSY201H1Gillian RoweFall

Textbook notes - applicable to spring term as well

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Statistics: set of standardized mathematical procedures used to organize, summarize. 1. 2 population: set of all individuals of interest in a particula
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

First 4 lectures for psy100 - date not accurate

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1 Feb 2011
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Reality is a story, told to us by our brains our brains are artists, not mirrors. Experiences subjectively represent an interpretation, a construction
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