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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Somatotype And Constitutional Psychology, Autonomic Nervous System, Psychoticism

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12 Apr 2013
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Understand & provide an example of the 3 levels of structure of personality. Explain the 3 subordinate trait dimensions according to eysenck"s personal
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Socioeconomic Status, Coaching, Cholesterol

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12 Apr 2013
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Recall and understand the 5 dimensions of re-aim. Evaluating physical activity interventions in the real world . Why is it important to evaluate the ap
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Active Transport, Weight Training, Outdoor Recreation

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12 Apr 2013
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Lecture 15: social & environmental and policy approaches to. Understand the goals, effectiveness & drawbacks of social approaches. Understand the commo
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Ethology, Randomized Controlled Trial

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Ambivalence, Mass Media, Microsoft Powerpoint

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12 Apr 2013
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Explain mi & it"s the 4 mi guidelines. Explain which the 3 types of informational interventions are & the effectiveness and drawbacks of each. Understa
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Group Cohesiveness, Team Building

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12 Apr 2013
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Understand and provide examples of 4 dimensions of group cohesion. Identify concerns and research regarding group size, composition & society. Be able
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Lecture 11

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12 Apr 2013
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List and explain the 5 types of social support. Identify sources of support and the type of support they provide. Real or imagined pressure to change o
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Lecture 10

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12 Apr 2013
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Lecture 10- theories and models of exercise behaviour ii (ch4) Learn the 5 levels/ecosystems of social ecological models. Apply the social ecological m
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Transtheoretical Model, Smoking Cessation, Decisional Balance Sheet

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12 Apr 2013
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Lecture 9- theories and models of exercise behaviour ii. Combine concepts from various theories & models to explain exercise behaviour. September 28, 2
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Reinforcement, Classical Conditioning

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12 Apr 2013
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Lecture 8- theories and models of exercise behaviour ii (ch 4) Learn and understand other frameworks that appear prominently in exercise literature: re
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Symbolic Interactionism

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12 Apr 2013
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Explain identity theory including: commitment, identity salience, meanings, and behaviours are related. Discuss all the major findings of strachan et a
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Motivation

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12 Apr 2013
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Identify, differentiate and give examples of the 6 forms of motivation. Define and provide examples of the 3 basic psychological needs. Have an underst
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Lecture 5

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Lecture 5- theory of reasoned action & theory of planned behaviour. Define attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioural controls, intentions. Rep
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Social Cognitive Theory, Albert Bandura

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12 Apr 2013
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Chapter 3- theories and models of exercise behaviour i. Explain expectancy values theory: list and provide an example for all terms, explain limitation
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Voluntary Childlessness, Job Satisfaction, Married People

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12 Apr 2013
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Marriage is the legally and socially sanctioned union of sexually intimate adults. Social trends that are shaking up the traditional role of marriage:
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - Gay Liberation, Concubinage

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12 Apr 2013
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Connection of opposites which alone creates a new life. Men and woman can marry only because they belong to different, opposite, sexes. In marriage, th
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Social Exchange Theory, Physical Attractiveness, Sexual Orientation

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12 Apr 2013
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Close relationships are those that are important, interdependent, and long lasting. Paradox of close relationships- close relationships are related to
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Nonverbal Communication, Interpersonal Communication, Electrodermal Activity

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Fundamental Attribution Error, Social Dominance Orientation, Gender Role

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12 Apr 2013
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Social cognition- how people think about people, as well as themselves. Person perception is the process of forming impressions of others. In forming i
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Social Comparison Theory, The Cocktail Party, Trait Theory

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Coronary Circulation, Type A And Type B Personality Theory, Cardiovascular Disease

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12 Apr 2013
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The three leading chronic diseases (heart disease, cancer, and stroke) account for almost 60% of all deaths in the us. The biopsychosocial model holds
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Road Rage, Acculturation, Sympathetic Nervous System

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12 Apr 2013
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Stress is any circumstance that threatens or is perceived to threaten one"s well-being and thereby taxes one"s coping abilities. One-third of americans
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Psychodynamics, Collective Unconscious, Classical Conditioning

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12 Apr 2013
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Although no one is entirely consistent across his or her behaviour, this quality of consistency across situations lies that the core concept of persona
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WESTERNPsychology 2035A/BDoug HazlewoodFall

Psychology 2035A/B Chapter Notes -Sweat Lodge, Kaleidoscope, Narcissism

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12 Apr 2013
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Despite our technological progress, social problems and personal difficulties seem more prevalent and more prominent than ever before. Point: modern te
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryWinter

Kinesiology 2230A/B Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cellular Respiration, Anaerobic Glycolysis, Exergonic Reaction

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12 Apr 2013
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The cardiovascular system is important in the regulation of blood ph. It enables the body to keep the ph at the appropriate levels. Contractions are in
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Lactate Threshold, Peripheral Chemoreceptors, Vapor Pressure

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12 Apr 2013
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The greater the number of particles in the air, the greater water vapour pressure. Avg energy of particles in fluid governed by t. T drops- capacity of
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Peripheral Chemoreceptors, Central Chemoreceptors, Aortic Arch

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12 Apr 2013
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Returning to the surface nitrogen gas will bubble within the body. Ventilatory control: neural respiratory centres. Decrease in resp rate originates in
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Partial Pressure, Bohr Effect, Hemoglobin

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12 Apr 2013
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Rowers stop breathing when they pull back during rowing. Ventilation begins to increase, increase in partial pressures in the lung. As ventilation incr
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Partial Pressure, Hematocrit, Myoglobin

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12 Apr 2013
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Can be utilized within first few seconds in activity. Average male 14-18g hb/100ml blood: hematocrit: proportion of formed elements (hb) to plasma. 12
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Study Guide - Pressure Gradient, Partial Pressure, Total Pressure

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12 Apr 2013
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Takes huge amount of energy and o2 to start flying. Higher up in the sky, less atmospheric pressure. Into the lung via air sacs, out via the windpipe:
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WESTERNKinesiology 2230A/BGlen BelfryFall

Kinesiology 2230A/B Study Guide - Bicarbonate Buffer System, External Intercostal Muscles, Pulmonary Pleurae

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12 Apr 2013
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This system is involved in the uptake portion of vo2. As involved in the removal of co2. Important in acid-base status (co2 + h: bicarbonate buffering
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - Sentience

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12 Apr 2013
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Bentham- not reason that matters, but whether one can suffer or not: singer develops this, having an interest predisposes suffering; p 588, the capacit
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - Publicly Funded Health Care, Health System, Distributive Justice

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - Dwarkin

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - Variety Store, Orbital Inclination, Rationality

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12 Apr 2013
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Philosophy 1305F/G Study Guide - John Stuart Mill, Harm Principle, On Liberty

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12 Apr 2013
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Freedom of speech: john stuart mill- on liberty, page 494. In political philosophy, debate on whether it even makes sense that humans have freedom of s
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WESTERNPhilosophy 1305F/GDean ProesselWinter

Pornography Cont'd

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12 Apr 2013
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Last day: harm principle: nobody can stop you from harming yourself. They may council, suggest, etc. , but ultimately it is your decision. Freedom of s
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Coronary Artery Disease

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6 Nov 2012
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Countries studied: australia, canada, england, scotland, united states. Demographics studied: age, gender, ethnicity, socioeconomic status, education l
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Heart Rate Monitor, Pedometer, Five Ws

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6 Nov 2012
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WESTERNKinesiology 2276F/GJ.Paige GregsonFall

Kinesiology 2276F/G Lecture Notes - Smoking Cessation

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6 Nov 2012
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Physical activity- all bodily movements that cause increases in physical exertion beyond that which occurs during normal activities of daily living. Ex
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