OC59017

OC59017

McGill University

107Uploads
3Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (107)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Falsifiability, White Noise, Auditory Scene Analysis

OC590176 Page
8 Dec 2013
31
Even when a triangle doesn"t exist and only 3 pacman shapes do, our mind will construct a white triangle and fill in the lines where it"s blank. Human
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Syntactic Category, Rodent, Thematic Relation

OC5901722 Page
8 Dec 2013
29
Syntactic phenomena of all language: structural account was necessary; rely on the notion that a contracted form and the following word have to be in a
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Generative Systems, Linguistic Prescription, Coreference

OC590174 Page
8 Dec 2013
19
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Complex Differential Form, Velar Nasal, Vowel Harmony

OC5901715 Page
8 Dec 2013
30
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cognitive Ethology, Biolinguistics, Body Language

OC590174 Page
8 Dec 2013
35
All of these too vague to constitute the object of scientific inquiry. Pretty much anything expressive can be called language in everyday discussion. L
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Auditory Phonetics, Joule, Articulatory Phonetics

OC5901719 Page
8 Dec 2013
25
Regulate admissible combinations of consonants and vowels in a language phonotactic constraints. Provide the domain for many phonological rules (e. g.
View Document
MCGILLLING 200Maire NoonanFall

LING 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Biolinguistics, Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Reduplication

OC5901711 Page
8 Dec 2013
24
Language is not a very well defined concept. We will need precise and new terminology. Is that well-defined: a good way to start thinking about languag
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 338Robert PihlWinter

PSYC 338 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Temporal Lobe, Basal Ganglia, Striatum

OC5901723 Page
8 Dec 2013
32
Overview of most recent data on the epidemiology of substance use and dependence. Methods and findings on the genetic epidemiology. Epidemiology: the s
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 337Robert PihlFall

PSYC 337 Chapter Notes -Oversampling, Genetic Correlation, National Comorbidity Survey

OC590174 Page
8 Dec 2013
47
Posttraumatic stress disorder (ptsd): a psychiatric disorder, involving exposure to a precipitating event. Phenotype: the visible characteristics of an
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 338Robert PihlWinter

PSYC 338 Chapter Notes -Internal Validity, Heritability, Quantitative Trait Locus

OC590173 Page
8 Dec 2013
13
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 338Robert PihlWinter

PSYC 338 Chapter Notes -Reelin, Protein Structure, Mecp2

OC590173 Page
8 Dec 2013
11
Positive and negative symptoms: apathy, lack of emotion, poor or non- existent social functioning, hallucinations, delusions, and racing thoughts to na
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 212Evan BalabanFall

Perception Final Material.docx

OC59017114 Page
8 Dec 2013
64
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 212Evan BalabanFall

Perception Midterm 1.docx

OC59017158 Page
8 Dec 2013
39
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Midlife Crisis, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Neuroplasticity

OC590175 Page
6 Dec 2013
24
Intelligence test of today similar ++ to that of binet. French educational authorities wanted to develop a test to measure the extent to which a child
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Stimulus Modality, Apoptosis, Mental Rotation

OC590174 Page
6 Dec 2013
18
Image defined as the ease with which something elicits a mental image (mental picture or sound) Dual-coding theory: the theory that verbal and non-verb
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Synectics, Divergent Thinking

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
26
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Deep Structure And Surface Structure, Eleanor Rosch, Universal Grammar

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
16
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Color Vision, Lev Vygotsky, Speech Disfluency

OC590175 Page
6 Dec 2013
20
Tree diagrams: a description of a process that proceeds from one level at which a number of relationships are simultaneously present to other levels at
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Mammography, Metacognition, Information Foraging

OC590174 Page
6 Dec 2013
15
Central concern of applied cognitive psychology: discover ways to the tendency we all have to make errors in various situations. Activation-trigger-sch
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Nystagmus, Backmasking, Tacit Knowledge

OC590179 Page
6 Dec 2013
29
Cognitive psychology: the action/faculty of knowing: low level processing: sensory information, little to no analysis (e. g. hot, cold, red, green). Ev
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Representativeness Heuristic, Recognition Heuristic, Illusory Correlation

OC590174 Page
6 Dec 2013
31
Reasoning: thought process that yields a conclusion from premises (percepts, thoughts, assertions). Syllogistic reasoning: a syllogism consists of 2 pr
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes -Limen, Vitreous Body, Stage Illusions

OC5901739 Page
6 Dec 2013
34
Cognition has no precise definition: action and faculty of knowing it"s about the processes + the different divisions of our mind. Folk psychology= a s
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dysphoria

OC590172 Page
6 Dec 2013
11
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Encoding Specificity Principle, Sensory Memory, Episodic Memory

OC590173 Page
6 Dec 2013
17
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Epiphenomenalism, Cognitive Revolution, Positron

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
24
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mental Rotation, Cognitive Map, Emergence

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
13
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes -Frontal Lobe, Evaluation Function, Combinatorial Explosion

OC5901710 Page
6 Dec 2013
21
10. 1 insight problems and the gestalt theory of thinking. Gestalt: form or configuration: consciousness doesn"t consist of one event after another but
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Chapter Notes -Psychosurgery, Lobotomy, Master Sergeant

OC5901739 Page
6 Dec 2013
29
Cognition has no precise definition: action and faculty of knowing it"s about the processes + the different divisions of our mind. Folk psychology= a s
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Wason Selection Task, Syllogism

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
12
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Representativeness Heuristic, Availability Heuristic, Horoscope

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
17
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

Sample exam items 05 - Concepts.pdf

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
14
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Attentional Blink, Visual Cortex

OC590171 Page
6 Dec 2013
16
The following sample exam items are provided for you to use while studying for this course. I recommend using them first for self-testing: treat them a
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Final Guide: Availability Heuristic, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Exponential Growth

OC5901748 Page
6 Dec 2013
33
Broadbent"s filter model: attentional processing works in the model of a channel with a filter that selects for certain features and allows them throug
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Daniel Kahneman, Legal Drinking Age, Illusory Correlation

OC5901715 Page
6 Dec 2013
36
Sounds & conventional symbols, systematic communication (linguistics) Neurocognitive processes for producing & understanding (psychology) Orthographic
View Document
MCGILLPSYC 213Jelena RisticWinter

PSYC 213 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Semantic Network, Hemispatial Neglect, Lisa Lopes

OC59017104 Page
6 Dec 2013
31
View Document
MCGILLECON 208Wendy DickinsonSummer

Final december2005.pdf

OC5901730 Page
2 Sep 2013
22
View Document
MCGILLECON 208Wendy DickinsonWinter

Final December 06.pdf

OC590171 Page
2 Sep 2013
32
View Document
MCGILLECON 208Wendy DickinsonSummer

Final december 2006.pdf

OC590171 Page
2 Sep 2013
22
View Document
MCGILLECON 208Wendy DickinsonSummer

ECON 208 Lecture Notes - Ceteris Paribus, Margarine, Economic Equilibrium

OC590171 Page
2 Sep 2013
18
Question 1: changes in equilibrium (demand & supply) In each case, also identify what ceteris paribus condition(s) change. a. An advertising campaign c
View Document
MCGILLECON 208Wendy DickinsonSummer

Final december2004.pdf

OC5901726 Page
2 Sep 2013
23
View Document