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SFUPSYC 379Jennifer StoreyFall

PSYC 379 Study Guide - Final Guide: Victimology, Homicide, Psychopathy

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Describe and discuss the definitions, types, and models of violence. Violence definition includes the use or intended use or threat of use of power (im
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SFUPSYC 303Thomas SpalekFall

PSYC 303 Study Guide - Final Guide: Jerry Fodor, Ciliary Muscle, Depth Perception

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27 Dec 2013
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Absolute distance: actual distance of an object, estimating it involves egocentric localization. Knowing where our bodies are relative to other objects
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SFUPSYC 303Thomas SpalekFall

PSYC 303 Study Guide - Final Guide: Subjective Constancy, Ponzo Illusion, Illuminance

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27 Dec 2013
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Human vision tends to ignore low-probability coincidences and focuses on interpretations that assume edge relations are generally true and would hold w
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SFUPSYC 303Thomas SpalekFall

PSYC 303 Study Guide - Final Guide: Contour Line, Visual Masking, Interstimulus Interval

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27 Dec 2013
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Contours: edges, sudden changes in light intensity across space. Shapes: regions of relatively uniform brightness in the visual system, separated from
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SFUPSYC 379Jennifer StoreyFall

PSYC 379 Chapter Notes -Elder Abuse, Child Neglect, Child Abuse

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27 Dec 2013
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Psyc 379 week 9 other family violence. Outline the similarities and differences between elder and child abuse and neglect: child abuse: The act should
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SFUPSYC 379Jennifer StoreyFall

PSYC 379 Study Guide - Final Guide: Paraphilia, Sex Offender, Mental Disorder

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27 Dec 2013
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anaerobic Exercise, Sport Psychology, Major Depressive Disorder

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27 Dec 2013
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Psyc 365 ch9 health and physical activity. Study of influence of psychological factors on sport behaviour. Study of influence that sport and exercise h
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Binge Drinking, Aversion Therapy

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27 Dec 2013
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Psyc 365 ch 10 health compromising behaviours. More likely to smoke if their friends smoke or if attending a school where older students smoke. Linked
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Health Belief Model, Passive Smoking, Health Promotion

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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Afferent Nerve Fiber, Periaqueductal Gray, Phantom Limb

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27 Dec 2013
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Pain occurs before serious injury (touching hot stove) Sets limits on activity and enforce inactivity and rest. When contact with injurious stimuli, si
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Study Guide - Breast Cancer, Social Influence, Heart Rate

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27 Dec 2013
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Chapter Notes -Behaviorism, Immunocompetence, Biopsychosocial Model

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6 Nov 2013
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What is health psych: psychological principles applied to understand and improve health and health care. Behavioural medicine concerned w/ relationship
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SFUPSYC 365David CoxFall

PSYC 365 Chapter Notes -Depersonalization, Central Nervous System, Meningitis

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6 Nov 2013
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Homeostasis: dynamic physiological response on the part of the body to maintain a stable internal state in spite of the environmental demands. Nerve ce
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SFUPSYC 325Mario LiottiWinter

PSYC 325 Study Guide - Metamemory, Ibm Officevision, Working Memory

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16 Apr 2013
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Most adults think that they are more forgetful than younger people. Declines with age: working memory, encoding into retrieval from episodic memory, so
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SFUPSYC 325Mario LiottiWinter

PSYC 325 Study Guide - Parietal Lobe, Electroconvulsive Therapy, Thalamus

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16 Apr 2013
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Amnesia: memory deficits acquired through brain damage, anterograde. People may return to work, home, use compensatory devices. When severe, patients n
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SFUPSYC 325Mario LiottiWinter

PSYC 325 Study Guide - Hurricane Andrew, Metacognition, Phoneme

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SFUPSYC 325Mario LiottiWinter

PSYC 325 Lecture Notes - Leading Edge, Metamemory, Karijotas

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16 Apr 2013
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Our knowledge and awareness of our own cognitive processes. Our knowledge and awareness of our own memory processes. ( i know the names of every presid
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SFUPSYC 325Mario LiottiWinter

PSYC 325 Study Guide - Elizabeth Loftus, Suggestibility, Cognitive Interview

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16 Apr 2013
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Memories that people have which do not correspond to events as they actually happened. Could range from mistaken properties (blue car remembered as gre
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SFUBPK 241Donald HedgesFall

BPK 241 Study Guide - Radiography, Impingement Syndrome, Median Nerve

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7 Dec 2012
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Pain worse in the morning (feeling of walking on broken glass), due to lack of shock absorption in pes cavus. Small tears can occur along length of pla
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