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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Neurology, Cherry Picking, A Priori And A Posteriori

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22 Oct 2013
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Chapter 1 psyb01 uncommon sense scien7 c method and human reasoning. Psychology: scien& c study of people, the mind, the behaviour. Focuses on how we f
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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Psychological Testing, Takers, Extraversion And Introversion

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22 Oct 2013
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Specifies the conceptual meaning of key terms. Identifies how variables are to measured or operationalized. Explains the rationale for importance of pa
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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Study Guide - Orienting Response, Problem Gambling, Temporal Lobe

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22 Oct 2013
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Contract with tribe"s chief, who will pay you. Measured various people in army, and come up with some of describing what typical size of armour was, be
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UTSCMGTA01H3Mc Conkey& BovairdWinter

MGTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Stainless Steel, Natural Monopoly, Tibet

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14 Mar 2013
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Busn - organization that strives to earn profit by producing & selling goods/services. Profit - money remaining (if at all) after subtracting the busin
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UTSCBIOC39H3Bebhinn TreanorWinter

BIOC39H3 Chapter Notes -Neutrophil, Lysosome, Histocompatibility

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12 Mar 2013
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In bone marrow, pluripotent hsc give rise to common lymphoid progenitor cells. Those clpc that develop into precursor cells that"re commited to become
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UTSCEESA06H3Lisa TuttyWinter

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: 2005 Atlantic Hurricane Season, In Full View, 2004 Indian Ocean Earthquake And Tsunami

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9 Jan 2013
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Scientists collect data on natural phenomena such as tsunami, but it is often politicians (and indirectly, people who elect them) who determine what ac
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UTSCBIOA02H3Stephen ReidFall

BIOA02 Module 2 (Lectures 5 and beyond)

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26 Dec 2012
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Lecture 5: hearts and circulatory systems: the composition of blood. Blood consists of a fluid component called plasma and a cellular component consist
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

Complete Stand-Alone readings for Chapters 8, 9 and 11 PSYB10-8,9,11.docx

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21 Dec 2012
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Chapters 8, 9, 11, and 12 (social psychology final) Group = collection of three or more individulals who interact with one another and are interdepende
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

Complete PSYB10 Review Sheet for FINAL

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21 Dec 2012
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For guiding their behaviour, have social norms. Clearly describable social roles. Variation when it comes to extent of group cohesiveness. > social nor
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UTSCRLGA02H3David PerleyFall

Details about the Midterm revealed during Lecture

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21 Dec 2012
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Instead of just trying to memorize each term independently, try grouping them together with. If has something to do with jewish tradition + christian t
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UTSCRLGA02H3David PerleyFall

RLGA02H3 Lecture Notes - Atheism, Book Of Deuteronomy, Waves

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21 Dec 2012
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UTSCRLGA02H3David PerleyFall

RLGA02H3 Lecture Notes - Theism, Polytheism, Ad Hominem

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21 Dec 2012
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Views of one tradition develop when their compared to other peoples" traditions. Polytheism is the worship of numerous gods idea derived from monotheis
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UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

LINA01H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Back-Formation, Morphine, Word Formation

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16 Dec 2012
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Part ii note that bracketed parts are possible permutations (other versions of the same type of question that he could ask are made by simply subbing i
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UTSCLINA01H3Chandan NarayanFall

LINA01H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Canadian English, Jean Berko Gleason, Epenthesis

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16 Dec 2012
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Lecture Notes - European Cooperation In Science And Technology, Psychophysics, Neuroanatomy

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16 Dec 2012
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Not everything is covered in lecture, though still responsible for everything in text unless explicitly excluded. Interdisciplinary approach => many di
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UTSCBIOB10H3Rene HarrisonFall

BIOB10H3 Lecture Notes - Desmosome, Apoptosis, Endoplasmic Reticulum

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15 Dec 2012
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Mts & mt motors (atpase: increased # of mitochondria atp, sperm receptor fertilin integrin protein, acrosome secretory lysosomes secreted via kinesin a
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UTSCNROB60H3Janelle LeboutillierFall

NROB60H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tongue

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensFall

[*] PSYA02 - Chapter 14 {Complete, stand-alone from Text} - Joordens

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11 Dec 2012
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Personality - particular trend of behavr & thinking that is common across time & situations & distinguishes 1 person from another. Personality-studying
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UTSCBIOA01H3Clare HasenkampfFall

BIOAO1-CHAP14.doc

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11 Dec 2012
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

[*] Chapter 7 - PSYB65 B65 Memory {Complete} Ted Petit

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9 Dec 2012
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Vareity of memory systems that are memory is not a unitary phenomenon subserved by a number of different neural systems within the brain. Existence of
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

[*] PSYA02 - Chapter 8 {Complete, stand-alone from Text} - Joordens

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24 Nov 2012
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Salem witch trial (ex. of ltm), p231,1, prologue. Accused for witchcraft sentenced to execution based on assumption that situations that accusers recal
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Orienting Response, Startle Response, Snai1

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24 Nov 2012
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Depth Perception, Interposition, Stereopsis

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24 Nov 2012
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Language and perception p182, gbox, 1 whorf hypothesis. = pricniple of linguistic relativity - link b/ween language spoken by particular culture and th
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sensory Neuron, Magnetoreception, Magnetite

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24 Nov 2012
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Lecture Notes - Ganglion Cell Layer, Aqueous Humour, Optic Disc

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24 Nov 2012
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Eyelid - cover from dust and dirt. Eyebrow - inhibiting sweat from exposing open eye. Upon obj. hitting face or surface of eye, they activate. Cause ey
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

PSYA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Taste, Mecha, Eth

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24 Nov 2012
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Psyao1 chapter 5: sensation succintly - clearly expressed. Used by orgsms to learn, experience about world around them. Eth learned about world detecte
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UTSCMGTA01H3Mc Conkey& BovairdFall

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Ibm Officevision, Quiz, Master Sergeant

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24 Nov 2012
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Contents of lecture: mgta03 - my highlights from course outline, lecture material, mgta03 - my highlights from course outline. Office hours for profs -
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UTSCMGTA01H3Mc Conkey& BovairdFall

MGTA01H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Planned Economy, Monopolistic Competition, Perfect Competition

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24 Nov 2012
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Out of which, he highlighted: factors of production: labour, natural resources, capital, entrepreneurs* *textbook did not include entrepreneurs before,
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UTSCMGTA01H3Mc Conkey& BovairdFall

MGTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Izzy Asper, Manulife, Canadian Business

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24 Nov 2012
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Business - organization that strives to earn profit by producing & selling goods/services. Profit - $ remaining (if at all) after subtracting the busin
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UTSCMGTA01H3Mc Conkey& BovairdFall

MGTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Genuine Progress Indicator, Gross Domestic Product, Business Cycle

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24 Nov 2012
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Should be proactive; taking a"xn by causing change, & not merely reacting t. Must have accurate comprehension of envirnmt their company is situated her
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22 CHAPTER COMPILATION

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24 Nov 2012
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Statistics helps us to see the world more clearly & accurately. Way of reasoning that uses collection of tools & methods to help comprehend the world.
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - Type I And Type Ii Errors, Pie Chart, Sampling Distribution

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24 Nov 2012
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Use this to draw conclusions, remembering to state in context as well. Decide on what alpha is before running hypo test (ex) if we had set alpha = 0. 0
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22-LEC23-(25).docx

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24 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22-LEC01-(1,2,3).rtf

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24 Nov 2012
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Stab22 lec01 (covers the syllabus, chapters 1,2, and some of 3) I am adding notes in addition to that in the slides. I will sometimes however, paraphra
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22-LEC15-(15,16).docx

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24 Nov 2012
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Law and business school example (changed to something easier) Changed qn to one applicant, not two. Hint: if the question was talking about two randoml
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - Sign Test, South Dakota Highway 50, Type I And Type Ii Errors

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24 Nov 2012
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[282] (this slide is a repeat of [275]) Then use median instead of mean to do hypo. testing and making cis. What if df not on the table? (ex) If you lo
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - N100, Geometric Modeling, Indep

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24 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - South Dakota Highway 10, Sampling Distribution, N100

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24 Nov 2012
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Srs; n = 1000 canadians, = 0. 91. 91% say that canada is better than us with respect to health care system. Note that sampling variability exists: anot
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - Null Hypothesis, Confidence Interval, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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24 Nov 2012
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UTSCSTAB22H3Ken ButlerFall

STAB22H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Random Variable, Normal Distribution, Fahrenheit

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24 Nov 2012
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Random var"s - var"s that are random. Ex. tossing coin and seeing how many heads you get. Ex. rolling a red die and counting how many spots you get. Li
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