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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Fundamental Attribution Error, Bc Partners, Classical Conditioning

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18 Apr 2013
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First impressions based on faces can occur almost instantly. Social psychology: the branch of psychology c9oncerned w/ the way individuals" thoughts, f
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Prefrontal Cortex, Leptin, John Bowlby

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18 Apr 2013
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Chapter 11 human development across the life span. Slowly migrates along the fallopian tube to the uterus. On the 7th day, it implants itself in the ut
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Phenylketonuria, Bulimia Nervosa, Sketchpad

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18 Apr 2013
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Also shapes personal habits, personality traits, emotional responses, and personal preferences. Learning: a relatively durable change in behaviour or k
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Conscientiousness, Asthma, Coronary Artery Disease

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18 Apr 2013
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Biopsychosocial model: physical illness is caused by a complex interaction of biological, psychological and sociocultural factors. Health psychology: c
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Ovulation, Bc Partners, Classical Conditioning

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18 Apr 2013
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First impressions based on faces can occur almost instantly. Social psychology: the branch of psychology c9oncerned w/ the way individuals" thoughts, f
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

Chapter 10 _ Motivation and Emotion.docx

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18 Apr 2013
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Motives are the needs, wants, interests and desires that propel people in certain directions. Homeostasis: a state of physiological equilibrium or stab
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Forgetting Curve, Operant Conditioning, Sketchpad

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18 Apr 2013
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Learning: process by which experience produces an enduring change in behaviour (or capabilities) Explained learning only in observable events (nothing
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Percentile, Hydrocephalus, Standard Deviation

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18 Apr 2013
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Psychological test: a standardized measure of a sample of a person"s behaviour. Includes 3 subcategories: intelligence tests, aptitude tests, and achie
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Leptin, Emotion Classification, Libido

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18 Apr 2013
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Can be a word, but doesn"t have to be. Morphemes: the smallest unit of meaning in language. Syntax: a system of rules that specify how words can be arr
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Semantic Network, Sketchpad, Implicit Memory

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18 Apr 2013
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Are stimuli screened out early, during sensory input, or late, after the brain has processed it. Storage: involves maintaining encoded information in m
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Immunosuppression, Robert A. Rescorla, Reward System

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18 Apr 2013
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Also shapes personal habits, personality traits, emotional responses, and personal. Learning: a relatively durable change in behaviour or knowledge tha
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WLUPS102Carolyn EnsleyWinter

PS102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Standard Deviation, Fluid And Crystallized Intelligence, Smart People

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18 Apr 2013
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Can be a word, but doesn"t have to be. Morphemes: the smallest unit of meaning in language. Syntax: a system of rules that specify how words can be arr
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