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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Therapeutic Relationship, Psychiatric Medication, Faradaic Current

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An overview of treatment: psychotherapy: the belief that people with psychological problems can change, can learn more adaptive ways of perceiving, eva
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

102 Chapter 10: Psych 102 Chapter 10

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Growth during infancy: fetal environment has a nurturing effect on baby, average newborn ways 3 kg, weight quadruples as toddler. Experience matters: f
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Theory Of Multiple Intelligences, Heritability, Flynn Effect

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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Thermostat, Abusive Power And Control, Homeostasis

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Instincts: unlearned characteristic patterns of responding that are controlled by specific triggering stimuli in the world; not thought to be an import
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

102 Chapter 14: Psych 102 - Chapter 14

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Classifying psychological disorders: the dsm-iv: psychological disorders are often diagnosed in terms of a set of defining criteria or symptoms, dsm-iv
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

102 Chapter 12: Psych 102 - Chapter 12

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Trait taxonomy: systems for distinguishing the most important individual differences in personality usually associated with an inventory of psychometri
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

102 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 - Psych 102

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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 32: Adjustment Disorder, Neuroticism, Overacting

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Themes: physical health influenced by psychological health. If your physical health is better, it might be easier to change your psychological health:
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Mary Cover Jones, Impulsivity, Interpersonal Communication

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Lithium is more effective for bipolar than antidepressants because it works well on the manic states. Insight therapies: treatments designed to give cl
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UBCPSYC 102Delroy PaulhusWinter

PSYC 102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 33: Adolf Hitler, White Noise, Psychopathy

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First distinguished by: paulhus and williams (2002, narcissist: egotistical attention seeker, machiavellian: strategic manipulation, psychopath: impuls
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Kurt Lewin, Omnivore, Cultural Learning

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Can be direct (ex: advertising) or indirect. Can be used to persuade someone to do something. Can be influenced by even the presence of others. It is a
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cognitive Load, European Canadian, Collectivism

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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Social Neuroscience, List Of Universities In Canada, Naturalistic Observation

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Formulating hypotheses and theories: theory: an organized set of principles that can be used to explain observed phenomena. Hypothesis: hypothesis: a t
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UBCPSYC 308Benjamin CheungFall

PSYC 308 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intrusive Thought, Thought Suppression, Emor

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Social cognition: how we think about the social world: two kinds of social cognition, automatic; quickly and effortlessly identifying something, contro
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 11: Chapter 11 – Physical Health

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Culture has some obvious physical effects: possible health effects for some cultural practices. Infractions, chronic pain, etc: neck stretching, feet b
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 – Morality

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Introduction: secularization: the view that religion is on the decline and that people around the world are discovering new secular and rational ways t
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 - Morality (Slides Notes)

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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 – Living In Multicultural Worlds

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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 12: Chapter 12 - Mental Health

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Thought to have arisen because of socioeconomic comforts of. Culture-bound syndromes: culture-bound syndromes: those that appear to be greatly influenc
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 7: Chapter 7 – Motivation

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Compensatory self-enhancement: compensatory self-enhancement: the means of compensating for doing poorly on an activity by focusing on how good one is
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 - Cultural Evolution

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Where does cultural variation come from: been considered from a variety of different disciplines outside of psych. Immediately apparent that cultures a
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 5: Chapter 5 - Development and Socialization

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Evidence 1: humans are capable of producing, recognizing, and using approximately. 150 phonemes in communication, but no language uses more than 70 of
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 2: Chapter 2 - Culture and Human Nature

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Is culture unique to humans: different ways of defining culture create different answers to is culture unique to humans . If culture is defined as havi
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UBCPSYC 307Jason MartensFall

PSYC 307 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 - Introduction

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What is culture: often debated by sociologists, psychologists, and anthropologists, no real consensual answer, some focus on symbolic aspects, the phys
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 - Schizophrenia and Other Psychotic Disorders

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Epidemiology: chances of developing it are under 1% (1/140 people, some people are at a higher risk than others. People who"s fathers were 45-50+ at ag
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Social Anxiety Disorder

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Specific phobias: specific phobia: a strong and persistent fear that is triggered by the presence of a specific object or situation, blood-injection-in
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Community Mental Health Service, Alienist, Jan Ingenhousz

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Chapter two historical and contemporary views of abnormal behaviour. Delirium first used in first century ad by celsus. Views of abnormality during the
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Etiology, Clinical Psychology, Specific Phobia

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The dsm-5 and the definition of mental disorder: the dsm-5 is the accepted standard for defining various types of mental disorders. Important that the
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Abram Kardiner, Phallic Stage

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Necessary, sufficient, and contributory causes: necessary cause. A condition that must exist for a disorder to occur. If disorder y occurs, then cause
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter 10: CHAPTER 10 – PERSONALITY DISORDERS

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Cluster a: paranoid, schizoid, and schizotypal personality disorders (unusual behaviour, odd, eccentric) Cluster b: histrionic, narcissistic, antisocia
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter 8: Chapter 8 – Somatic Symptom and Dissociative Disorders

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Chapter 8 somatic symptom and dissociative disorders. Somatic symptoms and related disorders: somatic symptom disorders: a group of conditions that inv
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UBCPSYC 305Laura HansonSummer

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Major Depressive Episode, Dysthymia, Mood Disorder

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UBCPSYC 302Vivian LiFall

PSYC 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Aneuploidy, Mapk1, Neural Tube

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Genetics and the human genome: cellular basis of heredity was shown to be chromosomes that contain our. Transmitted when boys receive a single defectiv
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UBCPSYC 302Vivian LiFall

PSYC 302 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: John Bowlby, Migrant Worker, Mortality Rate

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