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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Turing Machine, Turing Test, Qualia

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Supervenience, Cartesian Theater, Mental Property

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Anomalous Monism, Epiphenomenalism, Mental Event

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Involuntary memory: where sensory or perceptual cues we encounter cause. Mental causation recollections of past experiences without conscious effort. T
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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Mind, Thought Experiment, Externalism

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So your job involves two tasks: first, interpreting their minds, to find out what they believe, desire, and so on; and, second, interpreting their spee
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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Supervenience, Mental Property, Mental Event

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Explanatory Gap, Qualia, Supervenience

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Thomas Nagel, Consciousness, Mind

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Conscious is just another word for awake or aware. Descartes; my essence consists solely in the fact that i am a thinking thing. Being a thinking thing
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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Turing Machine, Mental Property, Causal Structure

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Multiple realizability and the functional conception of mind. It says that anything that exhibits mentality must be a physical system for example, a bi
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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Property Dualism, Mental Property, Monism

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24 Mar 2015
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Mind-body dualism: although each of us has a body that is fully material, we also have a mental or spiritual dimension that no mere material things can
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stereotype Threat, Implicit-Association Test, Ingroups And Outgroups

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24 Mar 2015
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Stereotype Threat, Ethnic Stereotype, Ageism

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Pineal Gland, Mental Property, Mental Event

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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Qualia, Turing Machine, Harmonic Oscillator

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According to functionalism, what distinguishes one mental kind (say, pain) from another (say, itch) is the distinctive input-output relationship associ
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UTSCPHLB81H3William SeagerFall

PHLB81H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Cartesian Theater, Behaviorism, Mnemic

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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Random Variable, Probability Distribution, Standard Deviation

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16 Jan 2015
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Continuous random variable: a random variable that can take any numeric value. Discrete random variable: a random variable that can take one of a finit
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Bar Chart, Contingency Table, Marginal Distribution

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16 Jan 2015
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Frequency table (relative frequency table): a frequency table lists the categories in a categorical variable and gives the count (or percentage) of obs
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22HH Chapter 2: STAB22H - Chapter 2 Data Notes

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16 Jan 2015
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If you can"t answer who and what, you don"t have any useful information. We treat variables in two basic ways, as categorical or quantitative. Categori
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22HH Chapter 15: STAB22H - Chapter 15 Probability Rules! Notes

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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Statistical Unit, Randomized Experiment, Confounding

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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Quartile, Histogram, Unimodality

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16 Jan 2015
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Distribution: the distribution of a quantitative variables slices up all the possible values of the variable into equal width bins and gives the number
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17: Probability Distribution, Bernoulli Trial, Binomial Distribution

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Bernoulli trials, if . there are two possible outcomes (p. 405). the probability of success is constant. the trials are independent. Geometric probabil
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Simple Random Sample, Statistical Parameter, Sampling Frame

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Sample: a (representative) subset of a population, examined in the hope of learning. Population: the entire group of individuals or instances about who
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UTSCSTAB22H3Mahinda SamarakoonWinter

STAB22H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Box Plot

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Boxplot: a boxplot displays a 5-number summary as a central box with whiskers that extend to the nonoutlying data values. Boxplots are particularly eff
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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Euthyphro Dilemma, Human Nature, Omnipotence

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27 Jan 2014
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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Divine Command Theory, Subjectivism, Atheism

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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Egotism, James Rachels, Subjectivism

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20 Jan 2014
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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Joel Feinberg, Jesse Prinz, Egotism

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The challenge of cultural relativism - james rachels. Morality is a socially constructed response - jesse prinz (optional) Two kinds of egoism: psychol
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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas, Ursula K. Le Guin, Joel Feinberg

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UTSCPHLB07H3Kelin EmmettWinter

PHLB07H3 Lecture Notes - The Ones Who Walk Away From Omelas, Ursula K. Le Guin, Joel Feinberg

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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Peekaboo, Sarcasm, American Sign Language

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Systematic and conventional use of sounds/signs/symbols: communication or self expression. Productive and receptive language; use of symbols and gestur
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Defence Mechanisms, Individuation, Gender Identity

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All children were unable to resist temptation, with boys more tempted than girls. 3 emotionally-arousing films: boy & girl in thunderstorm, girl & her
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - List Of Memory Biases, Ecological Validity, Jean Piaget

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6 Dec 2013
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Changes that occur in various aspects of a person"s lifetime (from moment of conception to moment of death). Centuries of childhood (1960) - first book
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Magical Thinking, Conflict Resolution, Sex Segregation

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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Solidity, Object Permanence, Syllogism

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Changes occur in the structure of thinking processes. Stages of cognitive development - piaget"s cognitive developmental theory. Allows for fantasy pla
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Antipsychotic, Antidepressant, Risperidone

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Examination of children"s behaviours that lead to abnormal problems. Examination of how normal development can impact abnormal trajectories. Children a
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Cognitive Flexibility, Inhibitory Control Test, Frontal Lobe

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Changes occur in the strategies which change cognition. Information from environment is processed, not just responded to. Cognitive development in the
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Diluent, Angle Of Rotation, 2-Step Garage

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6 Dec 2013
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When babies are born, they come equipped with capacities that aid in adapting to their environment. Whereas, others disappear within the first year of
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB20 - Lecture 7 Notes

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Other research: emotion regulation, emotion recognition, and emotion bodily expressions. Facial action coding system (facs; ekman & friesen, 1978). Max
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UTSCPSYB32H3Diane MangalindanFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Cellular Differentiation, Handedness, Blastomere

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6 Dec 2013
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(a) small sample (b) lack of control (a) adopted child & adoptive parents (b) adopted child & biological parents. Ovum + sperm = 23 pairs of chromosome
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagyFall

PSYB01H3 Lecture Notes - Stanley Coren, Smoking Cessation, Scientific Method

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6 Dec 2013
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Psychology is the explicit study of how people think, feel, and behave. Many themes and studies contained within the discipline. Personality, learning
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