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UTSGPSY290H1John YeomansFall

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Frontal Eye Fields, Premotor Cortex, Supplementary Motor Area

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21 Nov 2013
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Sit in ventral horn --> dorsal root -->neurons. Brain stem motor pathways: trigeminal (cn5), (cn3,4,6) Cerebellum adjusts reflexes--so set to perform f
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UTSGPSY290H1John YeomansFall

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Circadian Rhythm, Slow-Wave Sleep, Basal Forebrain

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21 Nov 2013
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What we know about transmitters influence on waking arousal/rousing effect of brain stem activation. Slow wave sleep and rem sleep, which does what (ne
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UTSGPSY290H1John YeomansFall

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Retina, Postcentral Gyrus, Thalamus

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20 Oct 2013
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How you know the world - lec 5 - oct. 8, 2013. Olfaction sense of emotions; how we"ve evolved beyond chemical detection. We use sense of taste & touch
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UTSGHPS250H1Hakob BarseghyanFall

HPS250H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Rudolf Carnap, Axon Terminal, Falsifiability

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20 Oct 2013
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Carnap - solved same way as kant (both empirical): Diagnosis: what we experience depends on accepted theories. We slice our world by means of our theor
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UTSGENV100H1Stephen ScharperFall

ENV100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Jerry Garcia, Cosmic Voyage, Talcott Parsons

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20 Oct 2013
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Tinier woman in person than i expected. In a nutshell when you acquaint self w/climate science, likely you will be concerned that you"re too late or no
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UTSGENV100H1Stephen ScharperFall

ENV100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Global Warming, Dirty Politics

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20 Oct 2013
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(jennifer"s film) watermark human relationship w/water; how we impact water. Bill mciven (?-check name) different documentary: political, more verbal t
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UTSGPSY220H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY220H1 Study Guide - Floodgate, Social Influence, Superficiality

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18 Oct 2013
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Social psychology is the scientific study of the ways in which a person"s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours are influenced by real, imagined or implie
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UTSGPSY290H1John YeomansFall

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Pharmacology, Neurotransmitter, Reuptake

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4 Oct 2013
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Na ions --> action potential spike, followed by closing of channels, triggered by k+ Postsynaptic potential --> computation, by transmitter action, act
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UTSGPSY290H1John YeomansFall

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Tyrosine Hydroxylase, Electrooculography, Knockout Mouse

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4 Oct 2013
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Trying to relate human psychology to neurology. Cognitive neurology --> how thinking/cognition change after injury --> now done by detailed analysis by
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Depth Perception, James Vicary, David H. Hubel

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10 Apr 2013
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The fact that our experience of the world relies intimately on the brain is shown in the bizarre perceptual experiences of patients with certain kinds
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Collectivism, Cord Blood, Harry Harlow

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27 Mar 2013
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Arabian Peninsula, Takrur, Bantu Languages

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19 Mar 2013
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Spread of islam: n africa maghreb, expansion to maghreb, w africa (sub-saharan) bilad al-sudan, 11th-12th c. kingdoms: gao, ghana, takrur o. Islamizati
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Persian Alphabet, Ghaznavids, Babur

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15 Mar 2013
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Pre-islamic history of india: 1500-1000 bc, establishment of vedic culture sanskrit birth of hinduism, caste. Islam has long history in india and se as
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Animism, Ghaznavids, Safavid Dynasty

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12 Mar 2013
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Altaic group: very diff to iranian languages indo-european (english, mongols. Turkish ottoman turkish and modern language and state of. Turks migrate i
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Coronary Artery Disease, Natural Killer Cell, Biopsychosocial Model

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10 Mar 2013
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1. (449) lymphocytes = specialized white blood cells that make up the immune system known as: b cells, t cells, natural killer cells. Drugs/treatments
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - State Religion, Parsi, Zoroaster

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7 Mar 2013
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Iran(ian) = aryan 1< old persian arya; middle persian r (meant. > new persian r n , area of iranian culture; (antithesis of new persian) an r n , non-i
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Wahhabism, Eastern Question, Hanafi

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6 Mar 2013
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Arab nations: egypt, algeria, libya, sudan, morocco, yemen, Most arabs are sunni of various schools most predominant is. Saudi own particular brand wah
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Islamic Architecture, Indian Art, Muqarnas

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28 Feb 2013
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Iranian artistic tradition portraiture, painting integrated in. Islamicate culture: mainly secular themes myths, epics, romances religiously-inspired a
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Madame De La Fayette, Chivalric Romance

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28 Feb 2013
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Madame de lafayette, the princess of cleves (lecture 1) Beginning in 17th century, with a difficult-to-read, tedious introduction. This tedious introdu
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Urdu Literature, Rhymed Prose, Frame Story

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27 Feb 2013
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23standard, literary arabic closely related to classical arabic, and. Qur"anic arabic: grew out of adab concept the how tos" of cultural behaviour; eti
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Eyewitness Testimony, Fundamental Attribution Error, Representativeness Heuristic

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27 Feb 2013
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Top-down processes, efficiency gains, accuracy costs* the power of suggestion: people can fabricate memories of events which have not occurred, followi
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Ziyarat, Hajj, Silsila

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14 Feb 2013
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Ziyarat (turkish): pilgramage to local shrines for those who could not afford a. Sufis believed people could become, because of piety, friends of god"
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Themselves, Tariqa, Idiolect

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14 Feb 2013
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Represents secret/hidden (batin) knowledge vs formal or exoteric (zahir) knowledge. Esoteric type of knowledge experiential type which cannot be learne
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homosociality, Lothario, Verisimilitude

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14 Feb 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Midlife Crisis, Metafiction, Diegesis

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6 Feb 2013
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All prose fiction is a variation on the theme of don quixote l. Gilgamesh goes off on journey to discover identity. Aeneas loses life in troy and has t
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Sharia, Canon Law, Qiyas

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6 Feb 2013
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Nature and sources of islamic law: muhammad depicted as law giver, hammurabi, canonical law of islam called shari"a, main sources, authoritative and fa
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Acetylcholine, Operant Conditioning, Benzodiazepine

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26 Jan 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Marine Iguana, Erasmus Darwin, Second Voyage Of Hms Beagle

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26 Jan 2013
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History of psyche: progressed over previous, few thousand years, e. g. for most human history, people pondered the residing area of the mind or conscio
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Padishah, Qizilbash, Hanafi

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26 Jan 2013
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UTSGLIN100Y1Elaine GoldWinter

LIN100 Lecture examples (handwritten)

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26 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Jacques Le Goff, Two Suns, Ugolino Della Gherardesca

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24 Jan 2013
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Dante, inferno lec 4: contrary to common belief depths of hell portrayed in the inferno is ice. Dante is equally humane the sinners he encounters are d
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Padishah, Malik, Outlandish

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23 Jan 2013
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Basic types of legitimate rule different types of rulership: Crowning of obama yesterday it"s impersonal, administrative: rational based on legal autho
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Empire Records, Rashidun, Vicegerent

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21 Jan 2013
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Meccan elite (tradesman) result of tribal status. Charismatic individual historical functions: prophet/lawgiver believes his revelations will supersede
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UTSGNMC103H1Maria SubtelnyWinter

NMC103H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: World View, Vedas

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11 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Erec And Enide, Enide, Macrobius

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10 Jan 2013
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Arthur announces custom of the white stag: erec encounters discourteous knight (arthur"s realm, erec encounters discourteous knight (enide"s realm) Ere
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Hedonism, Intelligence Quotient, Positive Feedback

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9 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsWinter

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Erec And Enide, Chrétien De Troyes, Enide

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9 Jan 2013
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We"ve switched from studying the ancient world to a cultural tradition known as the. West or european , which has become an important cultural and poli
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Externality

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19 Nov 2012
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The serpent represents the following situation: in the historical experience of humans, every individual finds evil already therethe always-already-the
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Monolatrism, Aeneid, Who I Am (Abraham Mateo Album)

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19 Nov 2012
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Plot-line b/w exodus and aeneid are very similar. Exodus is more religiously focused exodus is about monotheism. No other gods attributing an opposing
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UTSGENG150Y1William RobinsFall

ENG150Y1 Lecture Notes - Punic Wars, In Medias Res, Siduri

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25 Oct 2012
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As he complains, storm gets worse: cry of helplessness about the aimlessness of one"s life begins this epic later on discovers his purpose first speech
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