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UTSGPSY311H1Ian SpenceWinter

PSY311H1 Lecture Notes - Externality, Barometer, Internalization

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Regardless of culture, concept of achievement presumes some learning on the child"s part. The motivational view of achievement: child"s need for achiev
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UTSGPSY311H1Ian SpenceWinter

PSY311H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Parenting, Electrodermal Activity, Adrenal Cortex

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13 Feb 2013
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Emotions have several components: feelings: positive or negative in character, physiological correlates: changes in heart rate, galvanic skin response,
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UTSGPSY311H1Ian SpenceWinter

PSY311H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Developmental Psychology, Heredity, Heart Rate

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UTSGPSY424H1Stephanie SpielmannWinter

PSY424H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Married People, Physical Attractiveness, Evolutionary Psychology

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Intimate relationships differ from more casual associations in at least 6 specific ways: Knowledge, caring, interdependence, mutuality, trust, and comm
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UTSGPSY100H1Michael InzlichtFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Tutsi, Hutu, Rwandan Genocide

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13 Feb 2013
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Discriminated again other cambodians based on ideological beliefs if you wore glasses, were a different class etc. you were discriminated against. Vict
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UTSGPSY328H1HuggonsWinter

chapter 5

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A large part of eyewitness testimony relies on memory. Stages of memory: perception/attention stage, encoding stage: perceive and pay attention to deta
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UTSGPSY328H1HuggonsWinter

Chapter 3

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In north america, a confession usually has to be backed up by some other form of evidence. Police interrogation: a process whereby the police interview
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UTSGPSY328H1HuggonsWinter

Chapter 1

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Forensic psychology: a field of psychology that deals with all aspects of human behavior as it relates to the law or legal system. No generally accepte
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UTSGPSY328H1HuggonsWinter

Chapter 4

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Principle: deception is associated with physiological change. Types of polygraph tests: the comparison question test.  most commonly used test to inve
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UTSGPSY328H1HuggonsWinter

Chapter 8

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Two elements must be present for criminal guilt to be established: actus reus: a wrongful deed, mens rea: criminal intent. Both of these elements must
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtFall

Lecture 4

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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtFall

Lecture 2

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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtFall

Lecture 3

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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtFall

Lecture 1

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 25

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Cognitive behavior modification: people trained in behavior analysis do not favor the term cognitive for a variety of reasons; however, the term is use
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 24

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 23

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 22

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 21

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 20

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Self-management: self-management when a person uses behavior modification procedures to change his or her own behavior. Defining self-management proble
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Stimulus Control, Reinforcement

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 18

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Positive punishment procedures and the ethics of punishment.  positive punishment of the problem behavior because the aversive stimulus (physical guid
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 18

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Positive punishment procedures and the ethics of punishment.  positive punishment of the problem behavior because the aversive stimulus (physical guid
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 17

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If a punishment procedure is used, it is often a negative punishment procedure involving the removal of reinforcing events after a problem behavior tim
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 16

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 15

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 do you have access to a reinforcer that you can deliver: how to use dra after the occurrence of the behavior, define the desirable behavior. Identify
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 14

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 13

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Defining functional assessment: functional assessment is the process of gathering information about the antecedents and consequences that are functiona
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UTSGBIO120H1Darrel DesveauxWinter

Lecture 8

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Intracellular vesicular transport part 2: sorting and packaging in the golgi. Lecture 8: cargo from er to cis golgi network, cargo packaged in copii-co
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UTSGBIO120H1Darrel DesveauxWinter

Lecture 9

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UTSGBIO120H1Darrel DesveauxWinter

Lecture 10

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Lecture 10: cell communication through signaling, unicellular organisms. Example: regulation of cell movement: slime mold (unicellular)  attracted to
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 5

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Sensory physiology: photoreception: cross section in the cochlea, outer hairs amplify quiet sound.  the change in the shape of the hair cell increases
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 4

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 trp chanels: transient receptor potential channels, mechanosensory protein receptors.  channels are linked to extracellular matrix and to the cytosk
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 3

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Sensory physiology: chemoreception: neurotransmitter receptor function, ionotrophic receptors.  chemoreceptors: chemicals www. notesolution. com, for
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 2

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 hyperpolarization mp more polarized: absolute refractory period.  cell capable of generating a new ap: relative refractory period.  more difficult
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UTSGBIO271H1OhanaWinter

Lecture 1

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Lecture 1: central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, organization of the nervous system, made up of neurons and glia, neurons can be further d
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 12

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 11

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Chaining: behavioral chain a complex behavior consisting of many component behaviors that occur together in a sequence. Pg. 228: each subsequent respon
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 10

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What is fading: fading is one way to transfer stimulus control from the prompts to the. Sd: gradually remove the prompts until the behavior occurs in t
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 9

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