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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Predictive Validity, Social Proof, Ingroups And Outgroups

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21 Oct 2013
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UTSGPSY328H1William HuggonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Motor Vehicle Theft, Suspended Sentence, Sex And The Law

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23 Apr 2013
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Lecture #7: sentencing, parole, and psychology (the canadian system) The purpose and principles of sentencing in canada. Sentencing (on test: the judic
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UTSGPSY328H1William HuggonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Indictable Offence, Summary Offence, Robert Latimer

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23 Apr 2013
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Hybrid offences: medium-seriousness that are turned into summary or indictable offences depending on the crown"s decision on how to try you as soon as
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UTSGPSY328H1William HuggonWinter

PSY328H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Serial Crime, Geographic Profiling, Disorganized Crime

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23 Apr 2013
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Sort the suspect according to how much they match the characteristics the profiler identified, ranking them from the one matching most to the one match
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

Lecture 6(3). PSY320H1FOctober16th2012.docx

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26 Feb 2013
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Normative Social Influence, Social Proof

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26 Feb 2013
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Counter arguing was not common due to stringent categorization & lack of persuasive arguments actually presented. Most prevalent type of affect express
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

Lecture 6(1). PSY320H1FOctober16th2012.docx

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26 Feb 2013
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

Lecture 4(2). PSY320H1FOctober2nd2012.docx

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26 Feb 2013
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Asked participants to look at different drawings while holding a pen in their mouth. Gripping with teeth (smile) vs. gripping with lips (frown) Those i
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Lecture Notes - Attitude Change, Shampoo, Caffeine

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26 Feb 2013
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Attitudes can be influenced by information that has, at best, a weak relevance to the attitude object. People may remain favourable even after learning
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

Lecture 4(2). PSY320H1FOctober2nd2012.docx

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26 Feb 2013
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Asked participants to look at different drawings while holding a pen in their mouth. Gripping with teeth (smile) vs. gripping with lips (frown) Those i
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Lecture Notes - Subliminal Stimuli, Implicit Learning, Classical Conditioning

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26 Feb 2013
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Mere exposure effect (zajonc, 1968): repeated, simple exposure to an object leads to more favourable feelings toward that object. Effect diminished som
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Lecture Notes - Elaboration Likelihood Model, Tooth Brushing, Attitude Change

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26 Feb 2013
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Yale model of persuasion (hovland et al. Messages could change a person"s attitude by presenting an incentive for attitude change. The source of the pe
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1F_ExamStudyGuide.docx

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26 Feb 2013
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A cognitive representation that summarizes an evaluation of something. An association in memory between a given object and a given summary evaluation o
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Lecture Notes - Blood Donation, Semantic Differential, Three Witches

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26 Feb 2013
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Multicomponent model: attitudes are summary evaluations of an object that have cognitive, Generic approach crites, fabrigar, et petty (1994): developed
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UTSGPSY320H1Ashley Waggoner DentonFall

PSY320H1 Chapter Notes -Cognitive Dissonance, Group Dynamics, Reconsideration Of A Motion

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26 Feb 2013
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An overall evaluation of an object that is based on cognitive, affective, and behavioral information. Anything that can be evaluated along a dimension
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Likert Scale, Discriminant Validity, Aversive Racism

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14 Feb 2013
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Results using the checklist method may provide stereotypes that are more a function of the words presented on a list than of the schematic content of t
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Lecture Notes In Computer Science, Group Conflict, Authoritarian Personality

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14 Feb 2013
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Fear & dependency on parents + hatred & suspicion of them hostility to other groups. Authoritarian also found in minority-group: jews high in measures
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Subcategorization, Contact Hypothesis, Cognitive Dissonance

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14 Feb 2013
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Chapter 2: origin and maintenance of stereotypes and prejudice. The humane brain seems to almost automatically classify or categorize similar objects i
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Chopsticks, Cognitive Dissonance, Normative Social Influence

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14 Feb 2013
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A need to understand the negative influence such thinking has on thoughts, feelings, and behaviour. How they relate to the targets of their prejudice.
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: In-Group Favoritism, The Stereotypes, Henri Tajfel

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5 Oct 2012
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Chapter 2: origin and maintenance of stereotypes and prejudice. The humane brain seems to almost automatically classify or categorize similar objects i
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UTSGPSY322H1William HuggonFall

PSY322H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Group Dynamics, Appraisal Theory, The Stereotypes

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5 Oct 2012
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A need to understand the negative influence such thinking has on the thoughts, feelings, and behaviour. How they relate to the targets of their prejudi
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UTSGWDW101Y1Scot WortleyWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Suspended Sentence, Private Prison, House Arrest

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18 Sep 2012
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Political gain: sentencing policies get tougher after each election because politicians who made these promises are more popular and they have to fulfi
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UTSGWDW101Y1Scot WortleyWinter

WDW101Y1 Lecture Notes - Transfer Payment

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18 Sep 2012
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Political interest to mask the true rate (ex. Brazil has police assassination squads sent out to kill street youths and gang members, but these numbers
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UTSGPSY280H1Adam Keith AndersonWinter

PSY280H1 Lecture Notes - Optical Illusion, Tabula Rasa, Retina

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18 Sep 2012
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Humans: visual animal human depends on visions so much that other senses are neglected, the same does not apply to animals. Sensation: peripheral devic
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UTSGPSY220H1Jason PlaksWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Social Loafing, Abstract Theory, Group Cohesiveness

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18 Sep 2012
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Other people (& their thoughts, feelings, attitudes, behaviours) Social psychology: a foothold in abstract theory & concrete practice. Not like chemist
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Psamtik I, Necho Ii, Tefnakht

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18 Sep 2012
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Developed from one of the great chiefdom of the ma in delta. Tefnakhte expanded territory, gained control over western delta. Area father west controll
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Ramesses Iii, Ramesses Ii, Osorkon Ii

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18 Sep 2012
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Unique royal dynasty of smendes (libyan), first king, referred to as. Legitimacy through marriage to god"s wife of amun. Buried at tanis, inside enclos
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Papyrus Harris I, Ramesses Iii, Ramesses Xi

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18 Sep 2012
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According to manetho, 12 kings in total. Took over the tomb of tawosret, not enough time to build his own, mummy not found. Great harris papyrus: compo
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

March 6th.docx

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18 Sep 2012
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Amun-re was the target of his removal of traditional religion. Reliefs of the royal family portray gestures of gentleness & affection: Symbolizes the k
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Thutmose Iii, Thutmose Ii, Amenhotep Iii

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18 Sep 2012
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Ahmose i: expelled the hyksos (stele of tetisheri) Tomb inscription of ahmose son of ebana from el-kab speaks of an expedition to kush. Tomb of ahmose-
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Second Intermediate Period Of Egypt, Wadi Tumilat, Types Of Volcanic Eruptions

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18 Sep 2012
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Rise of 14th dynasty in lower egypt break in continuity. 3rd and 4th kings held horus names, nebty names, and golden falcon names. Tell el-yahudiya (ea
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

January 17th.docx

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18 Sep 2012
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Southern boundary: 1st cataract: beneath the 1st cataract is lower nubia (geographical area: wawet ) Access to mineral resources (east & west) through
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

January 10th.docx

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18 Sep 2012
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January 10th, 2012: inscriptional evidence: things inscribed with information that we find historically important. Temples (decorations; objects dedica
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Amenhotep Iii, Thutmose Iv, Malkata

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18 Sep 2012
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Son of thutmose iv with possibly a foreign princess. Queen tiy was not of high birth, father was a lower official. Parents buried at the valley of the
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerWinter

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Karnak, Thutmose Iii, Thutmose Ii

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18 Sep 2012
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Moved in 21st dynasty, placed in new coffin. New coffin and ritual for the new reburial. Foreign relations in the reign of hatshepsut. Many scholars ch
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UTSGWDW101Y1Scot WortleyFall

WDW205TEST1notes.docx

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18 Sep 2012
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Criminology: the scientific approach to studying criminal behavior. It deals with the processes of making laws, of breaking laws, and of society"s reac
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerFall

NMC101H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Sed Festival, Eleventh Dynasty Of Egypt, First Intermediate Period Of Egypt

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18 Sep 2012
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerFall

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Second Intermediate Period Of Egypt, Senusret I, Amenemhat I

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18 Sep 2012
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Beneath the 1st cataract is lower nubia (geographical area: wawet ) C-group culture: settlement do not extend to 2nd cataract. Biographies of egyptian
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerFall

Nov15th2011.docx

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18 Sep 2012
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Temples dedicated to local gods (senwosret i building inscription) Plans not well preserved, new kingdom temples built right on top of middle. Kingdom
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UTSGNMC101H1M.A.Pouls- WegnerFall

NMC101H1 Lecture Notes - Saqqara Tablet, Ancient Egyptian Royal Titulary, Intef Ii

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18 Sep 2012
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Mentuhotep (i): the ancestor; designated as a king in later tradition. Built a saff tomb ( saff dawaba ): no slightest attempt to emulate ok tradition,
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