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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 9 Notes

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Structural, racial, and class oppression is too complex to be solved by simple policy changes in the short term. Economic and political structural forc
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Epilogue 2003 Notes

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Primo"s mom died and he was kicked out of her apartment. He refrains from drinking and sniffing cocaine: but still does heroin sometimes, despite being
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Epilogue Notes

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Author returned to el barrio in 1994 and found that primo had quit drugs and drinking for three years. However, government was trying to collect money
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 8 Notes

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Fathers not being around is not the biggest problem for children, it"s poverty: fathers in inner city are often abusive. Rural household with male pare
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 5 Notes

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Family,, school and peer groups are important for construction and enforcement of social marginalization. Misogyny of women is enforced through gang ra
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 2 Notes

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Puerto rico was historically militarily controlled, because it"s an important strategic location in the middle of the caribbean, important for shipping
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 4 Notes

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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 7 Notes

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Psychological and psychiatric explanations of people in el barrio ignores political economic and cultural context: historical unequal power relations a
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 3 Notes

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Crack selling is like other businesses in that it involves risk and management versus employee hierarchies. Primo was once addict, but his first cousin
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 6 Notes

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Even children knew about common violence against women. Despite how common violence against women is, they don"t live in terror. Men lash out against w
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

In Search of Respect: Ch. 1 Notes

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Between 1985 and 1990, most of the time was spent at ray"s crackhouses, a puerto rican man. Book is mostly about primo, a manager at one of ray"s crack
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UTSCPSYC02H3Connie BoudensWinter

Ch 12 How To Think Straight About Psychology

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UTSCPSYC02H3Connie BoudensWinter

Ch 9 How To Think Straight About Psychology

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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 12 Notes

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The nature of language: the understanding of language is relatively automatic. As we hear or read a sentence, we focus on its meaning and comprehend it
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 11 Notes

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The nature of motor cognition: action is a visible manifestation of a series of mental processes. Perception-action cycles: perception-action cycle inv
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 10 Notes

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The nature of problem solving: problem is a situation where there is no apparent, standard or routine way of reaching a goal. Often there is difficulty
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 9 Notes

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Science of decision making: one way to make a decision is to weigh out the pros and cons of each alternative, normative/prescriptive theories are the t
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 8 Notes

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Chapter 8 emotion and cognition: early psychology was built on the principles of philosophy where emotion and cognition were viewed as two distinct con
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 7 Notes

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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 6 Notes

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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 5 Notes

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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 4 Notes

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Chapter 4 - representation and knowledge in long-term memory. Role of knowledge in cognition: knowledge is often thoughts of as made of facts, techniqu
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 3 Notes

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Chapter 3: attention: attention is the process that enhances some information and inhibits other information. The enhancement enables us to select some
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 2 Notes

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Searching is one of the ways to deal with excess input www. notesolution. com. 1: we engage in selective attention which allows us to choose part of th
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Chapter 1 Notes

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Chapter 1 how brain gives rise to the mind: mental activity or cognition is the internal interpretation or transformation of stored information, cognit
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Lecture 3 Notes

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It is used as a method of communication to convey messages of disorders. The introduction of dsm3, did not show any sort of credibility; thus all the v
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Lecture 2 Notes

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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 16 Notes

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Ageism- discrimination against any person, young or old, based on chronological age-when old people are stigmatized for being old- ignores the diversit
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 14 Notes

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 undergo 6 to 12 months of psychotherapy- foceses on anxiety, depression and options available for altering their body.  some people with gid may jus
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 13 Notes

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Chapter 13 personality disorders personality disorders a heterogeneous group of disorders, listed separately on axis ii, regarded as long-lasting, infl
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 12 Notes

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From prehistoric times, humankind has used various substances in the hope of reducing physical pain or altering states of consciousness. Almost all peo
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 11 Notes

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Estimates in the prevalence in the population vary between 0. 2-2%, in part dependent upon the measurement instrument; however, its lifetime prevalence
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 10 Notes

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Mood disorders involve disabling disturbances in emotion from the sadness of depression to the elation and irritability of mania. Depression is an emot
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 9 Notes

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Eating disorder only appeared in the dsm in 1980 as one subcategory of disorders beginning in childhood/adolescence. With the publication of dsm-iv, th
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 8 Notes

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Chapter 8: abnormal psychology: chapter 8: psychophysiological disorders and health. Psychophysiological disorders: i. e. asthma, hypertension, headach
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 7 Notes

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In early versions of the dsm, somatoform and dissociative were put under the anxiety heading. Anxiety is not always observable in these 2 disorders. So
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 6 Notes

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Dsm-iv poses 6 categories of anxiety: phobias, panic disorder, generalized anxiety disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, ptsd and acute stress disor
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 5 Notes

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Chapter 5 research methods in the study of abnormal behaviour. It is important that scientific methods be reliable (replicable- must occur under prescr
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 4 Notes

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Test-retest reliability: extent to which ppl being observed perform taking the same test twice, sometimes weeks apart. Alternate-form reliability: pati
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Chapter 3 Notes

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By end of 19th century, when medicine was becoming very civilized, as other sciences obtained classifications it was clear that classifications in abno
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