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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyFall

PSYC23H3 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Output, Reduced Affect Display, Intentionality

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UTSCBIOB34H3Rosa Da SilvaFall

BIOB34H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homeostasis, Aquaporin, Cell Theory

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17 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYC35H3 Lecture Notes - Factor Analysis, Longitudinal Study, Absolute Continuity

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17 Dec 2012
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Mcadams: goals, attributes helps us to fill in the details that traits don"t fully give us. A third level is necessary, by the time of adolescence, we
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyFall

psyc21 lecture 1.docx

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17 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Retina, Taste Receptor, Anesthesia

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17 Dec 2012
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Olfaction and gestation are often grouped together as the chemical senses. In terms of physiology , these two sensory systems are in some ways quite si
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyFall

PSYC21H3 Lecture Notes - Attachment Theory, Parenting Styles, Twin

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17 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYB51H3Maydianne AndradeWinter

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Cerebral Cortex, Retina, Vergence

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17 Dec 2012
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The eyes are still moving a little bit, little eye movements that refresh the retina so that we don"t have too much adaptation. Two types of eye muscle
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Retinotopy, Retrosplenial Cortex, Parahippocampal Gyrus

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17 Dec 2012
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Previous studies: buildings without background can have a large response in cortical regions near the collateral sulcus (buildings are large stable str
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Block Design, Visual Cortex, Functional Neuroimaging

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17 Dec 2012
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Article#1: a cortical area selective for visual processing of the human body. Little research done on the mechanisms involved in perceiving the rest of
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Superior Temporal Sulcus, Occipital Lobe, Passerine

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17 Dec 2012
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Article #1: the fusiform face area : a module in human extrastriate cortex. The hypothesis of this study was that the fusiform gyrus is the specialized
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Visual Cortex, Cerebral Cortex

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17 Dec 2012
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Summary article #1: object-related activity revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging in human occipital cortex. The purpose of this study was
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Extrastriate Cortex, Visual Cortex

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23 Oct 2012
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UTSCBIOB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

BIOB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mutation Rate, Mutation

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23 Oct 2012
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Slide : though evolution is a thing of the past. Natural selection removes the unfavorable variances: gene and locus terms are interchangeable. Point m
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UTSGPSY494H1Gordon AndersonSummer

PSY494H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Electrodermal Activity, Ibm Officevision, Medial Geniculate Nucleus

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15 Oct 2012
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Even in sports teams, it is usually the individual players that are famous and. Self referencing changes the emotions of people, depending on the situa
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UTSCPSYB51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Temporal Lobe, Formant, Equal Temperament

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14 Oct 2012
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Sounds from musical instruments and human vocal tracts obey the same laws of physical acoustics as all other sounds. Pythagoras who invented the pythag
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Instrument Landing System Localizer, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Passerine

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14 Oct 2012
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Article #1: the fusiform face area : a module in human extrastriate cortex. The hypothesis of this study was that the fusiform gyrus is the specialized
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Seraiah, Cerebral Cortex

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14 Oct 2012
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Summary article #1: object-related activity revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging in human occipital cortex. The purpose of this study was
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Seraiah, Occipital Lobe, Cerebral Cortex

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14 Oct 2012
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Summary article #1: object-related activity revealed by functional magnetic resonance imaging in human occipital cortex. The purpose of this study was
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyFall

psyc21 lecture 2.docx

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14 Oct 2012
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How you respond will depend how people will treat you. Social behaviour is the result of situation and personal factors. There are other important care
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UTSCBIOB32H3Dan SilverFall

BIOB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Enzyme Kinetics, Activation Energy, Cell Theory

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15 Sep 2012
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UTSCPSYD50H3Jonathan CantFall

PSYD50H3 Lecture Notes - Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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15 Sep 2012
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UTSCPSYC39H3David NassumSummer

PSyc39 lecture 3~.docx

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12 Aug 2012
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UTSGPSY494H1Gordon AndersonSummer

PSY494H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Ifalik, Grammatical Tense, Appraisal Theory

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21 Jun 2012
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Biologically distinct things in the brainseparate emotional brain. There is a thinking processor that is faster and parallel than the cognitive process
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UTSGPSY396H1E.De RosaSummer

PSY396H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Autoreceptor, Amnesia, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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21 Jun 2012
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Anxiety is suppose to be acute episodes but not chronic. People who are diagnosed have this interfering. Definitions: fear: is a natural response to a
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UTSGPSY494H1Gordon AndersonSummer

PSY494H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Congenital Disorder, Ibm Officevision, Auditory Cortex

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13 Jun 2012
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Even in sports teams, it is usually the individual players that are famous and. Self referencing changes the emotions of people, depending on the situa
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UTSGPSY494H1Gordon AndersonSummer

PSY494H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ifalik, Grammatical Tense, Appraisal Theory

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13 Jun 2012
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Biologically distinct parts in the brainseparate emotional brain. Cognitive perspective scientists think that emotions are cognitive There is a thinkin
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UTSGPSY494H1Gordon AndersonSummer

PSY494H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stationary Bicycle

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13 Jun 2012
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Injecting adrenaline, which creates arousal, does not make an emotion. Jamesian: bodily changes follow directly the perception of the exciting fact, an
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierWinter

psyc35 reading notes.docx

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27 Apr 2012
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Replicability and 40 year predictive power of childhood. Examined 3 questions dealing with 1. under controlled 2. over controlled 3. Follow up on 1,100
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

C23 exam questions.docx

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27 Apr 2012
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Question #1: explain the mood congruency effect and explain the experiment. The mood congruency effect is a hypothesis that explains how when people fe
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Psyc23 lecture 5.doc

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27 Apr 2012
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Psyc23- lecture 5 february 9, 2012 ( refer to the lecture slides for further information) Point to muscles on faces can translate and measure real emot
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

psyc23 lectures 11 & 12.odt

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27 Apr 2012
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

psyc23 lecture 6.docx

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18 Apr 2012
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Temperature and activity level: warmth; ie. experimenter was able to: milk and cardiac rate: by providing milk; experimenters was able to keep. Certain
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 LECTURE 9.docx

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18 Apr 2012
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Hpa axis has no neural connection so very slow. Voodoo death: fear so much that they die. Brain regulation of heart- there are two distinct vagal nucle
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

psyc23 lectures 11 & 12.odt

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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

PSYC23 LECTURE 10.docx

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18 Apr 2012
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Old parts+ new parts = update with newer systems. Older and newer= put together in interesting ways. Some vagal fibres are my lineated and more efficie
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

Psyc23 Lecture 5

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Psyc23- lecture 5 february 9, 2012 ( refer to the lecture slides for further information) Point to muscles on faces can translate and measure real emot
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Redemption Movement, Jato, Longitudinal Study

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18 Dec 2011
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Mcadams: goals, attributes helps us to fill in the details that traits don"t fully give us. A third level is necessary, by the time of adolescence, we
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYC35H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Matura, Tabula Rasa

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18 Dec 2011
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Psychodynamic therapies: the goal is to be a blank slate: so that the patient can project all the issues on to you. (transference) the interpretation (
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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYC35- lecture 9

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UTSCPSYC35H3Marc A FournierFall

PSYC35-lecture 10

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