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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Final: FINAL EXAM NOTES (6 chapters)

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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder, Nora Volkow, Effects Of Cannabis

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12 Apr 2018
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 118 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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By dr. jerome wakefield so and so. His thought is that if something impairs our own ability to perform our evolutionarily-selected function: eating (ad
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Tegmentum, Conflict Escalation, Developmental Psychopathology

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27 Mar 2018
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Volitional: my dad just died, i will go do _ and then _ Automatic: dad just died, go to funeral, get back to work and get on with it: such shaping of e
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Basolateral Amygdala, Dendritic Spine, 5-Ht Receptor

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27 Mar 2018
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Allostasis, biological sensitivity to context, teratogen exposure, head injury. The human stress response system is variegated and complex; it is usual
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Methamphetamine, Reuptake, Iatrogenesis

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27 Mar 2018
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Adhd was moved from the disruptive behavior disorders section on the dsm- Iv to the neurodevelopmental disorders section of the dsm-5, along with: Inte
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ogden Nash, Reduced Affect Display, Monoamine Oxidase A

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27 Mar 2018
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The boys (and men) are not all right. Suicide rates for men in the us suicide for white males are double or more after 20s (native american males are c
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Diabetes Mellitus Type 2, Antisocial Personality Disorder, Developmental Psychopathology

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8 Mar 2018
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This contrasts with the dsm approach, which is adevelopmental. Adult disorders do not appear de novo i. e. they do(cid:374)"t (cid:272)o(cid:373)e f(ci
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OSUPSYCH 5681Theodore BeauchaineSpring

PSYCH 5681 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Mental Health Parity Act, Autism Spectrum, Borderline Personality Disorder

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8 Mar 2018
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By dr. jerome wakefield so and so. His thought is that if something impairs our own ability to perform our evolutionarily-selected function: eating (ad
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Learn statistical methods for interpreting and conducting research. Numerical literacy and statistical skills: learning to read and fluently process nu
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Coin Flipping, Mutual Exclusivity, Random Assignment

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21 Jun 2017
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A sample is a subset of a population. The sample is observable; the population may not be. We want to infer characteristics about the population by obs
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Level Of Measurement, Central Tendency, Harmonic Mean

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16 Jun 2017
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We"re used to thinking of numbers as individual and unique: 2=2. Dealing with measured and summarized data requires a different view of numbers. Statis
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Sampling Bias, Ordinal Data, Boiling Point

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12 Jun 2017
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Pushes people toward certain responses or biased interpretations. What if this is the scale used: 1 = good, 2 = great, 3 = generally excellent, 4 = tru
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Frequency Distribution, Normal Distribution, Unimodality

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12 Jun 2017
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A table that organized your data by number of times different values occur, fully preserving the content of raw data. Step 1: determine highest and low
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OSUPSYCH 2220Seth MillerSummer

PSYCH 2220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Statistical Inference, Stroop Effect, Sampling Bias

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12 Jun 2017
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Learn statistical methods for interpreting and conducting research. Numerical literacy and statistical skills: learning to read and fluently process nu
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OSUPSYCH 3325courtneyhsingSpring

PSYCH 3325 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Dissonance, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Dispositional Attribution

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23 Dec 2016
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Self- fulfilling prophecy - perceiver has expectations about how target will behave. A prophecy fulfilled: unintentional, involuntary, effortless: ex:
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Study Guide - Final Guide: American Middle Class, Parenting Styles, Social Cognitive Theory

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8 Dec 2016
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C h 11 - attac hment to o thers and development of s elf. Emotional bond with specific person that endures across space and time. Bowlby observed child
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture 15: Chapter 15

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7 Dec 2016
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Ch 15: ge n d e r de ve lo p m e n t. Diffe re nce s : ma le s a nd fe ma le : S te re otypica lly fe ma le: affirm conne ction through be ing e motion
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Moral Relativism, Jaywalking

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2 Dec 2016
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Ch 14 - mo ra l de ve lo p m e n t: mora l j udgme nt. Cha nge s in mora l re a s oning form the ba s is of mora l de ve lopme nt: piaget"s the ory of
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OSUPSYCH 2333Cravens- Brown Lisa MarieFall

[PSYCH 2333] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 24 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Chapter 3 women communicate of what they just said by using certain words to decrease their perceived validity of what they just said by adding a quest
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

[PSYCH 3550] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 77 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Sociometric Status, Social Rejection, Social Cognition

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22 Nov 2016
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P e e r re la tions hips provide unique conte xt for cognitive , s ocia l, a nd e motiona l. Ch 13 - p e e r re la tio n s h ip s de ve lopme nt. Intim
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Reinforcement, Risky Sexual Behavior, List Of The Little Mermaid Characters

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16 Nov 2016
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Ch 12 - th e fa m ily. Functions of fa milie s: fa mily dyna mics. Influe nce one a nothe r dire ctly a nd indire ctly. Fa mily dyna mics cha nge a s c
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OSUPSYCH 2333Cravens- Brown Lisa MarieFall

PSYCH 2333 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3, 7, 10: Deborah Tannen, Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Communication

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15 Nov 2016
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Chapter 3 women communicate of what they just said by using certain words to decrease their perceived validity of what they just said by adding a quest
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OSUPSYCH 2333Cravens- Brown Lisa MarieFall

PSYCH 2333 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Low Birth Weight, Covenant Marriage, Sex Trafficking

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15 Nov 2016
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Chapter 8 behavior before age 13 normally change over the life span kindergarten and continue through 12th grade, presenting a wide variety of topics t
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OSUPSYCH 2333Cravens- Brown Lisa MarieFall

PSYCH 2333 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Clelia Duel Mosher, Behavior Modification, Manual Labour

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9 Nov 2016
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Through rules, attitudes, morals, habits, patterns, and more. Ch 1 true. was condemned, and egyptian left thousands of hieroglyphics with erotic scenes
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Imaginary Audience, Personal Fable, Egocentrism

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9 Nov 2016
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Pencil Case, Creatures 2, Attention Span

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9 Nov 2016
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Oral Stage, Cognitive Development, Confirmation Bias

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9 Nov 2016
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S ta ge the orie s s tre s s dis continuity in de ve lopme nt: individua l diffe re nce s. Typica lly look a t the diffe re nce s a s a continuous prod
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Sandra Scarr, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Triumvirate

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9 Nov 2016
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Me a s u re o f g c o rre la te s with : Fa ctua l knowle dge a bout the world. Accumula te s ove r time: crys ta llize d inte llige nce s ta ys s tron
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: 18 Months, Almost Surely, Intersubjectivity

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9 Nov 2016
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Ch a p te r 7 - co n c e p tu a l de ve lo p m e n t: unde rs ta nding who or wha t. Crucia l for he lping pe ople ma ke s e ns e of the world: dividin
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Mutual Exclusivity, 6 Years, Text Segmentation

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9 Nov 2016
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P h o n o lo g ic a l s ta g e - birth to 2 months. Vowe ls , throa ty s ounds. Crying for diffe re nt re a s ons ba by unde rs ta nds it ne e ds to ge
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Plantar Reflex, 18 Months, Reinforcement

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9 Nov 2016
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Chapter 5 - seeing, thinking, & doing in infancy: perception, vision, research methods for studying infants" vision, preferential looking. Babies shown
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Frontal Lobe, Problem Solving, Autobiographical Memory

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9 Nov 2016
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Chapter 4 - theories of cognitive development: piaget"s theory, view of children"s nature, children seen as: Active learners little scientists testing
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Monoamine Oxidase A, Quantitative Trait Locus, Critical Period

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9 Nov 2016
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Chapter 3 - biology & behavior: nature & nurture, genetic & environmental factors. Genetic and environmental influences: heredity and environment influ
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Active Child, Epigenetics, Schizophrenia

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9 Nov 2016
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OSUPSYCH 3550Yocom AnnaFall

PSYCH 3550 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder, Swaddling, Gestational Age

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9 Nov 2016
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Union of two ga me te s (s pe rm + e gg) Ga me te s = 23 chromos ome s e a ch, whe n unite d 23 pairs re s ult. Hormona l influe nce (ex: a ndroge ns )
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OSUPSYCH 2367.02David WeissSpring

PSYCH 2367.02 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Anorexia Nervosa, Binge Eating Disorder, Binge Eating

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12 Apr 2016
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High rates of body dissatisfaction no matter the weight. Eating behavior graph shows the relation between feelings and food pairing. May turn to food i
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OSUANTHROP 2200Padgett BrianFall

ANTHROP 2200 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paranthropus Robustus, Sahelanthropus, Laetoli

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12 Apr 2016
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Sahelanthropus tchadensis because they had a vertical pelvis, which means they might have been upright, and also had a central foramen magnum; found 6-
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