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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

textbook summary chapter 8

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Cognition refers to the mental processes involved in acquiring knowledge. A language consists of symbols that convey meaning, plus rules for combing th
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Textbook summary chapter 7

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Three key processes involved in memory are encoding (getting information in), storage (maintaining it), and retrieval (getting it out). Storage involve
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

textbook chapter 6 summary

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Chanaps learning refers to a relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience. Much research on learning conducted on anima
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

textbook chapter 8 summary

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Rapid eye movements during sleep has a connection with dreams. Rapid eye movement sleep blossomed into a number of other fascinating insights about wha
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

textbook notes chapter 4

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Visual agnosia- an inability to recognized objects through sight. Perception- the selection, organization, and interpretation of sensory input. Psychop
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

textbook notes Chapter3

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Glia- cells found throughout the nervous system that provide structural support, nourishment, and insulation for neurons. Neurons- individual cells in
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Textbook chapter 2 summary

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Looking for laws: the scientific approach to behavior. As scientist, psychologists assume that behavior s governed by discernible laws or principles. G
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 1 textbook summary

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Psyche-soul logos- study: the study of the mind. Intellectual parents of psychology are the disciplines of philosophy and physiology. Wilhelm wundt- ge
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatWinter

Chapter 15 summary

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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatWinter

Chapter 14 summary

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Chapter 14: psychological disorders: abnormal behavior: myths, realities, and controversies, the medical model applied to abnormal behavior. Retardatio
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatWinter

Chapter 12 summary

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Chapter 13: stress, coping, and health: the nature of stress, introduction. Stages of self deception denial, fantasy, intellectualization (isolation),
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 12 summary

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Chapter 12: personality: theory, research, and assessment: the nature of personality, defining personality: consistency and distinctiveness, concept of
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 12 summary

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Chapter 12: personality: theory, research, and assessment: the nature of personality, defining personality: consistency and distinctiveness, concept of
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 11 summary

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Chapter 11: human development across the lifespan: progress before birth: prenatal development, introduction. Development the sequence of age related c
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 10 summary

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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 6 summary

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Chanaps: learning relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience. One of the most fundamental concepts in psych. a. Chana
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 5 summary

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Chapter 5: variations in consciousness: on the nature of consciousness, introduction. Biological rhythms and sleep: the role of circadian rhythms, biol
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 4 summary

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Chapter 4: sensation and perception: psychophysics: basic concepts and issues, introduction. Chanaps: virtual agnosia inability to recognize objects th
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 3 summary

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Chapter 3: the biological basis of behavior: communication in the nervous system, nervous tissue: the basic hardware. Chanaps: 2 major categories for c
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Study guide for chapter 2 in textbook

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UTMMAT134Y5FauchFall

Derivative Optimization

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UTMSOC100H5Suzanne CasimiroWinter

Keyterms for Midterm One outlined

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Sociology - the systemic study of human society. Sociological imagination - seeing the general in the particular. Positivism a way of understanding bas
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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleFall

BIO152H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Invertebrate, Red Algae, Arthropod

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Do the textbook questions (focus on the check your understanding questions throughout the text) in addition to the questions below to adequately prepar
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UTMBIO152H5Fiona RawleFall

Study tables of textbook for Final

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This is just a sample of the study tables you should have in your notes. You will likely have more than these in your study notes. (review from highsch
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UTMPSY100Y5Dax UrbszatFall

Chapter 1 Review textbook

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Chapter 1: the evolution of psychology: from speculation to science: how psychology developed, a new science is born: the contributions of wundt & hall
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UTMCHM242H5Judith C PoeFall

Organic chem12

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Organic Chem11

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Organic Chem10

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Organic Chem9

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Organic Chem8

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Organic Chem7

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UTMCHM242H5Judith C PoeFall

organic chem - elimination reactions

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Organic Chem5

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Organic chem4

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Organic Chem3

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UTMANT102H5Jennifer JacksonFall

Sanders - Race3

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UTMANT102H5Jennifer JacksonFall

Sanders - race2

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UTMANT102H5Jennifer JacksonFall

ANT102H5 Lecture Notes - Ath, Laddu

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UTMANT102H5Jennifer JacksonFall

Study terms for D.Jackson's midterm

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Study terms for antro midterm: anthropology study of humanity from its evolutionary origins millions. Linguistic anthropology nature of language itself
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UTMANT102H5Jennifer JacksonFall

Unit 2 and 3 review notes

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Unit 2 and 3 review and study guide. It shapes how we feel about ourselves, each other, and how we interact. Western culture naturalizes gender, which
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