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CARLETONPSYC 2100Cheryl HarasymchukFall

PSYC 2100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Retail Banking, Agreeableness, Extraversion And Introversion

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2 modes of social cognition: automatic (thinking that is non-conscious or unintentional). Controlled (thinking that is conscious, voluntary and effortf
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Cheryl HarasymchukFall

PSYC 2100 Lecture Notes - Canadian Psychological Association, Condom, Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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Social cognition-how we think about ourselves and our social world (select, interpret, remember) Theories in modern social psychology focus on how we t
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CARLETONPSYC 2100Cheryl HarasymchukFall

PSYC 2100 Lecture Notes - Gestalt Psychology, Lesson Learned, Universal Property

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Social influence-we are all influenced and we influence others. Types of social influence: direct attempts: advertising, having imagined presence such
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 2600 Lecture Notes - Homicide, Xenophobia, Reward Dependence

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CARLETONPSYC 2600Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 2600 Lecture Notes - Monoamine Oxidase A, Impulsivity, Dopamine Receptor D4

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Human genetics: 20, 000 genes, 46 chromosomes (23 pairs, each pair from mom, pair from dad) Politics and behavioural genetics: nature-nurture (discount
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 2600 Lecture Notes - Great Depression, Sensation Seeking, Neuroticism

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CARLETONPSYC 2600Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 2600 Lecture Notes - Job Performance, Likert Scale, Agreeableness

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Disposition domain-1st of 6 major domains in personality research. Focuses on how many traits are there" how are they organized". Desires, wants, needs
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CARLETONPSYC 2600Kathleen HughesFall

PSYC 2600 Lecture Notes - Construct Validity, Test Data, Likert Scale

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20, 000 personality traits in english language. Personality-set of psychological traits and mechanisms in a person, influences interactions with enviro
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Chapter Notes -Anterior Pituitary, Genetic Counseling, B Cell

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Nervous system- complex network of interconnected nerve fibers which function to regulate many important bodily functions (response to and recovery fro
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Chapter Notes -Chronic Condition

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Health psychology: tries to understand the psychological influences on how people stay healthy, why they get sick and what they do if they get sick. He
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Low-Density Lipoprotein, Comorbidity, Nicotine Gum

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Health compromising behaviours (hbc, risk or problem behaviour) Common characteristics: window of vulnerability in adolescence (the things we do when y
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Internal Monologue, Mammography, Prostate Cancer Screening

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Health promotion: good health or wellness is a personal struggle (chocolate or fruit) and collective achievement (as a society what have we chosen). Wh
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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Lecture Notes - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Systolic Geometry, Adrenal Cortex

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CARLETONPSYC 2301Tarry AhujaFall

PSYC 2301 Lecture Notes - Biofeedback, Behavioural Sciences, Biology Of Depression

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Health psychology-understanding psychological influences of how people stay healthy, why they get ill and how they respond to illness. World health org
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CARLETONCDNS 1000Peter ThompsonFall

CDNS 1000 Lecture Notes - Neocolonialism, Oka Crisis, Kanesatake, Quebec

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He argues that the project of canada is about extending liberalism as far and deeply as possible. The project of canada is about extending the idea of
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CARLETONCDNS 1000Peter ThompsonFall

CDNS 1000 Lecture Notes - Confederation Poets, Canadian Shield, Postcolonialism

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Especially apparent in settler societies (ones that arrived late), it emerges clearly. What emerges in canada is that canadian society is very much con
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CARLETONCDNS 1000Peter ThompsonFall

CDNS 1000 Lecture Notes - Unemployment Benefits, Shared Experience, Modernism

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Canadian studies have its origins of a left-nationalist movement. Protect canada from being taken over by the. United states, how this early movement o
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CARLETONCDNS 1000Peter ThompsonFall

CDNS 1000 Lecture Notes - Middle Power, Public Health, Canadian Economics Association

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