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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Lecture Six-PSYB65.docx

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Symptoms: hallucinations they hear people talking to them, who are not there, delusions- they think they"re hearing from god etc. If you do a bunch of
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Schizophrenia, Substantia Nigra, Prosopagnosia

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4 Nov 2012
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Very small compared to grand mall epilepsy. Rolling up of eyes, twitches, loss of awareness. Twitching or rolling back of the eyes 5-20 seconds. 50-75%
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Carpal Bones, Jerky, Central Nervous System Depression

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2 Nov 2012
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There are no cures for these, but medication is getting better and better. Schizophrenia: dopamine is overactive: we need to calm down the dopamine. Ho
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Malaria, Oligodendrocyte, Axon Terminal

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1 Nov 2012
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Cerebral vascular accidents: cva can also refer to a stroke. Something has happened in the blood supply in the brain. It refers to a severe interruptio
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

PSYB65H3 Lecture Notes - Cerebrospinal Fluid, Meningitis, Basilar Artery

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1 Nov 2012
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The human brain is not smooth (rats, mice and other animals have smooth brains) our brains are always forming new neurons, so when it grows it starts t
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

IDSA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Millennium Development Goals

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15 Oct 2012
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UTSCHISB10H3Jody CundyFall

Chapter Seven.docx

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15 Oct 2012
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Acropolis: literally, the "upper city," the fortress of a city or town. It was a feature common in many poleis, relied for protection on a fortified ci
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UTSCHISB10H3Jody CundyFall

HISB10H3 Lecture Notes - Peltast, Second Athenian Empire, Akademos

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15 Oct 2012
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Academy: the school founded by plato at athens during the 380s bc in the groves sacred to the hero academus. The academy continued to function until th
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UTSCHISB10H3Jody CundyFall

HISB10H3 Chapter Notes -Theramenes, Delian League, Brasidas

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15 Oct 2012
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Aegospotami: the battle of aegospotami was the last and major war of the peloponnesian war. He was loved by both men and women, handsome and flamboyant
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

ENGA10H3 Study Guide - Confessional, Congo River, Bsc Young Boys

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15 Oct 2012
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UTSCHISA06H3Jin ParkWinter

LECTURE ONE Modernity.docx

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30 Mar 2012
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Modernity: characteristics of modern society, it begun with the decline of brutalism, and the initiation of industrialization, urbanizations, transport
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UTSCHISA06H3Jin ParkWinter

HISA06H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Meiji Restoration, Edo Period, Gunboat Diplomacy

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22 Feb 2012
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UTSCPOLD52H3Theofanis VerinakisFall

Remembering and knowing the Past

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17 Dec 2011
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UTSCPOLD52H3Theofanis VerinakisFall

International Migration

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17 Dec 2011
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International migration at a global level y the late 20th century was considered the age of migration .  this is because not all countries collect dat
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UTSCPOLD52H3Theofanis VerinakisFall

Beyond Identity

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17 Dec 2011
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UTSCPOLD52H3Theofanis VerinakisFall

Methodlogical Nationalism

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17 Dec 2011
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Introduction: methodological nationalism is the naturalization of the global regime of nation-states by the social sciences, it reflects and reinforces
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

Midterm

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17 Dec 2011
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Make sure to explain your example and its relation to the concept. Eg: millennium development goals, human development index. Part 2: compare and contr
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

Culture and Development

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17 Dec 2011
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

Land Reforms and Development

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17 Dec 2011
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Introduction: y territory with which a particular people identify y. Land dispossession central to colonialism people believed control over land as mea
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

What is development

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17 Dec 2011
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UTSCIDSA01H3Leslie ChanFall

Lec three

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17 Dec 2011
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The human rights to health in the context of development: historical perspectives. Value judgements lie at the heart of development analysis and policy
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Wrinkle, Dorian Mode

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17 Dec 2011
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Masculinity, Crystallization, Azawagh

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28 Apr 2011
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdWinter

lecture 5

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28 Apr 2011
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Entreprnueurd: personality trait: high need for achievement , psychlogist david mccelland: created the theory of need of motivaton , needs motivation t
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UTSCPOLB50Y3CochraineWinter

lecture

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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Lecture 4-7

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15 Feb 2011
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 anyone may start a business: no fees, no government permission.  i t"s easy to start a small business.  i t"s easy for a small business to fail. En
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