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UTSGPSY313H1Gabriela IlieSpring

PSY313H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: White Blood Cell, Choline Acetyltransferase, Circadian Rhythm

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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -Realistic Conflict Theory, Symbolic Racism, Implicit-Association Test

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17 Mar 2013
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Social psychology: scientific study of the effects of social and cognitive processes on the way individuals perceive, influence and relate to others. T
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Childhood Amnesia, Primitive Reflexes, Eric Lenneberg

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17 Mar 2013
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Developmental psychology: concerned with changes, over the lifespan, in physiology, in cognition and in social behavior. Age-related changes in psychol
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Allostatic Load, Blood Vessel, Biopsychosocial Model

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17 Mar 2013
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Gary stocklaufer: fat man denied the right to adopt because judge claimed that he was in greater risk of illness or death. In 2007, chinese government
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Motivation, Erection, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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17 Mar 2013
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Maslow proposed a need theory of motivation. Need hierarchy is an arrangement of needs in which basic survival needs (hunger or thirst) must be met bef
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Hillary Clinton, Pen Pal, Inductive Reasoning

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17 Mar 2013
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Cognitive psychology is based on the fact that the brain represents information and that the act of thinking (cognition) is associated with manipulatin
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

Psychology Chapter 7.docx

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17 Mar 2013
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Said we automatically identify primitive features, such as colour, shape, orientation. Parallel processing attend selectively to one feature by effecti
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