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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherFall

PSYC18H3 Chapter Notes -Emotional Labor, Stanley Schachter, Phineas Gage

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The wests most prominent early theorists of emotions, the epicureans and the stoics thought that emotions are irrational and damaging. Emotions serve i
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UTSCNROC64H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

NROC64H3 Chapter Notes -Episodic Memory, Memory Span, Information Processing Theory

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28 Feb 2013
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Inform from the environment or input initially enters the cognitive system through the process of perception. Info is encoded into some symbolic form s
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Intelligence Quotient, Tacit Knowledge, Theory Of Multiple Intelligences

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28 Feb 2013
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Intelligence is multi faceted and both genetic and environmental influences contribute to a person"s intelligence. Intelligence is a unitary single abi
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Tabula Rasa, Noble Savage, Empiricism

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28 Feb 2013
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Responsible for all info in the class and everything in the textbook important are experiments and findings and experiments that contradict. What is de
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Prosocial Behavior, Moral Realism, Moral Development

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28 Feb 2013
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Every society has a system of rules about the rightness and the wrongness of certain behaviors. Satisfaction when conforming and emotional discomfort w
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Parenting Styles, Coparenting, Shared Parenting

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28 Feb 2013
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Socialization : process, ensuring that their child"s standard of behavior, attitudes, skills and motives conform as closely as possible to those regard
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Peer Pressure, Reinforcement, Social Comparison Theory

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28 Feb 2013
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First 6 months they touch and look at each other and as responsive to each other"s behavior. Second half of life infants begin to recognize a per as a
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Grammatical Gender, Gender Role, Bsc Young Boys

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28 Feb 2013
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Gender typing: children acquire values motives and behaviors viewed as appropriate to their gender in a specific culture. Gender stereotypes: which are
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Cognitive Development, Animism, Object Permanence

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28 Feb 2013
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Cognition : the term used to describe the mental activity through which human beings acquire, remember and learn to use knowledge. It includes percepti
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Bobo Doll Experiment, Social Learning Theory, Erik Erikson

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28 Feb 2013
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Child development: identifies and describes changes in a child"s cognitive, emotional, motor and social capacities and behaviors from conception until
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Chorionic Villus Sampling, Chromosome Abnormality, Turner Syndrome

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28 Feb 2013
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Genotype: the particular set of genes that a person inherits from her parents. No one has the same genotype besides identical twins. The genotype inter
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Baby Talk, Language Acquisition Device, Speech Perception

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28 Feb 2013
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Human infants are prepared to respond the language environment and to acquire language skills. A crucial part of language learning is the social suppor
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Smile, Social Emotions, 18 Months

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28 Feb 2013
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Emotions : subjective reactions to something in the environment that are usually experienced cognitively as either pleasant or unpleasant that are gene
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Synaptic Pruning, Dyslexia, Lateralization Of Brain Function

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28 Feb 2013
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Cerebrum: a mass of tissue that embodies not only attributes particular to humans such as speech and self awareness but also sensory perception, motor
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Autonomic Nervous System, Visual Acuity, Biological Motion

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28 Feb 2013
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Many of these reflexes help ensure the newborn"s survival. Abnormalities in a baby"s reflexes during the first days, or weeks after birth can be useful
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Amniotic Sac, Umbilical Cord, Teratology

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28 Feb 2013
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Parity is wheter a woman has had a child before. Stages of prenatal development conception during a woman"s ovulation the zygote. It implants on the wa
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Object Permanence, Zoology, Intelligence Quotient

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28 Feb 2013
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Structural functional approach: emphasize on the biological functions. Not just how much is changing but the organization of our thinking how does it c
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Dishabituation, Twin, Habituation

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28 Feb 2013
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Canalization : sometimes attributes are predetermined and you need envrionmental factors to push them outta that. Gottesman, each person"s unique genet
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Stereotype, Oedipus Complex, Gender Role

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28 Feb 2013
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Wechsler Intelligence Scale For Children, Habituation, Factor Analysis

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28 Feb 2013
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For piaget intelligence is when individuals have development cognitive components to answer questions to think about world. There is a huge range of po
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Longitudinal Study, Thaler, Motor Coordination

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28 Feb 2013
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They gotta predict where the object is going, timing is important. Infants between 12 and 24 weeks and wanted to find out how well they reached moving
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Bootstrapping (Linguistics), Syntactic Bootstrapping, Behaviorism

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28 Feb 2013
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End of first years start producing first words, that are based on sensorimotor types of behaviors. Underextension: where infants use a particular word
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Social Relation, Parenting Styles, Child Neglect

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28 Feb 2013
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Context and influences that help the child learn to behave and become part of the social world. Diff types of contexts, but 2 that rise to the top. Mos
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Long-Term Memory, Lev Vygotsky, Cultural-Historical Psychology

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28 Feb 2013
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience, Ecological Systems Theory, Jean Piaget

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28 Feb 2013
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Psychology needs to be concerned with detectably observable events. Watsons goal was to create a truly objective science psychology. He was inspired by
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerWinter

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: 18 Months, Gender Role, Abscissa And Ordinate

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28 Feb 2013
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Who is a peer: what functions do peers serve. One of equal standing with another=peer, individuals who are operating on similar levels of behavioral co
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Social Order, Social Contract, Dual Process Theory

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12 Nov 2012
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You think its wrong to steal the drug can get in trouble disrupt society: authority and social order maintaining orientation, based on laws, i wouldn"t
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Peripheral Nervous System, Parasympathetic Nervous System, Frontal Lobe

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12 Nov 2012
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Emotion: psycho physiological response to an event felt subjectively and prepares a person for action. Moods, sentiments, personality traits,and arousa
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Pluralistic Ignorance, Prosocial Behavior, Reciprocal Altruism

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12 Nov 2012
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Cooperative dilemmas : situations where the most beneficial action for an individual will be harmful for the collective group. Escalation of conflict:
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Prefrontal Cortex, Relational Aggression, Genetic Predisposition

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12 Nov 2012
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Agression : intentional behavior aimed at causing physical or psychological pain. All about if you mean to hurt someone. Physical agression: actually h
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Miser, Ingroups And Outgroups, Laziness

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12 Nov 2012
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Ingroup : a social group to which you belong. Whatever ingroup you identify with the most would be the aspect you are thinking about yourself at the mo
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Stereotype Threat, Cognitive Load, Asian Canadians

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12 Nov 2012
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Cognitive components stereotyping: beliefs about a typical traits or characteristics or values that you will associate with group members. Behavioral c
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

social lec 16.docx

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12 Nov 2012
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Wanting to belong is also a powerful thing. Study: socially isolate his monkeys for 3 months, gave them food soft beds, and the one thing that was miss
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Social Stratification, Social Currency, Impression Formation

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12 Nov 2012
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Social hierarchy: an implicit or explicit rank order of individuals or groups with respect to a valued social dimension. Implicit or explicit refers to
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Cultural Psychology, Abscissa And Ordinate, Acculturation

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12 Nov 2012
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Culture is an ever changing constructive stimulus which shapes the way individuals perceive and contribute to the world. Its dynamic: your parents cult
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Nucleus Accumbens, Orgasm, Speed Dating

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12 Nov 2012
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Evolutionary fitness : potential to pass on your genes or successfully procreate. You yourself have to have the ability to survive your mating years, a
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Social Currency, Social Proof, Reciprocal Liking

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12 Nov 2012
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Propinquity (proximity) effect:more we see and interact with other people the more likely we will become friends. Mere exposure effect: more exposure t
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Dissonance, Pastor Troy, Rob Ford

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10 Nov 2012
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Attitudes : what you feel, what you are likely to do and what you think. Attitudes are a like or dislike that influences our behavior towards something
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Cult, Social Loafing, Group Cohesiveness

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10 Nov 2012
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Social groups : members need to interact with one another and be interdependent. Social norms: acceptable behaviors, beliefs values of society. It may
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UTSCPSYB10H3Kevin PageFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Mass Psychogenic Illness, Social Proof, Normative Social Influence

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10 Nov 2012
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Conformity : change of behavior due to influenced by others. Implicit social influence: influenced to change ur behavior by your working memory. You ge
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