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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Coparenting, Acculturation, Parenting Styles

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16 Apr 2013
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Socialization: to the process by which children acquire the beliefs, motives, values, and behaviours deemed significant and appropriate by older member
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Exosphere, Conduct Disorder, Attribution Bias

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16 Apr 2013
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Hostile, aggressive energy would build up to a critical level and then be discharged through some form of violent, destructive behaviour. Behavioural d
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Congenital Adrenal Hyperplasia, Double Standard, Premarital Sex

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16 Apr 2013
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Chapter 8: sex differences, gender-role development, and sexuality. Gender typing: the process by which children acquire not only a gender identity but
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Parenting Styles, Internalization, Ob River

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16 Apr 2013
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Mastery motive: inborn motives to explore, understand, and control one"s. Achievement motivation: their willingness to strive to succeed at challenging
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Proprioception, Hans Moravec, Joint Attention

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16 Apr 2013
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Chapter 6: development of the self and social cognition. Self: the combination of physical and psychological attributes that is unique to each individu
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Object Permanence, Environmental Hazard, Dazed

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16 Apr 2013
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Chapter 5: establishment of intimate relationships and their implications for future. Most children separated from their mothers progressed through thr
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Heritability

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16 Apr 2013
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Babies differ in their patterns of emotional and behavioural reactivity. Emotions: a motivational construct that is characterized by changes in affect
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ecological Systems Theory, Selective Breeding, Lev Vygotsky

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16 Apr 2013
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Chapter 3: recent perspectives on social and personality development. Gesell"s view was that children, much like plants, simply bloomed, following a pa
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

Chapter 2 Notes.docx

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16 Apr 2013
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Chapter 2: classical theories of social and personality development. We are driven by motives and conflicts of which we are largely unaware and that ou
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Developmental Psychology, Egg Cell, Confounding

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16 Apr 2013
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Development: the systematic continuities and changes in the individual that occur between conception (when a sperm penetrates an ovum creating a new or
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hypoesthesia, Curative Care, Assisted Suicide

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19 Jun 2012
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What are the leading causes of death in canada today: cancer, heart disease, stroke, respiratory disease, accidents, diabetes, alzheimer"s disease. Whe
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thyroid Cancer, Breast Cancer, Testicular Cancer

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19 Jun 2012
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The scope of the issue : at any given time 58% of canadian population has some chronic condition. 81% of senior population: accounts for 2/3 of canada"
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Explanatory Style, B Cell, Middle Age

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19 Jun 2012
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College students: 1/3 stressful events caused by relationships. My life is in your hands jobs= high stress (doctor, firefighter, air traffic controller
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Lidocaine, Opioid, Social Cost

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19 Jun 2012
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Chronic pain conditions**** (chronic back pain is the main type of pain) Significance of pain: pain often considered of secondary importance to md (the
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Periaqueductal Gray, Guided Imagery, Threshold Of Pain

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19 Jun 2012
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Chronic pain conditions**** (chronic back pain is the main type of pain) Significance of pain: pain often considered of secondary importance to md (the
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UTSCPSYB10H3SarahFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Thyroid Cancer, Melanoma, Testicular Cancer

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19 Jun 2012
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The scope of the issue : at any given time 58% of canadian population has some chronic condition. 81% of senior population: accounts for 2/3 of canada"
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Major Depressive Disorder, Coronary Artery Disease, Bipolar Disorder

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19 Jun 2012
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Health- compromising behaviours- chapter 5 may 30, 2012. Health comprising behaviours: behaviours practiced by people that undermine or harm their curr
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

Health Psychology lecture 6.doc

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19 Jun 2012
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College students: 1/3 stressful events caused by relationships. My life is in your hands jobs= high stress (doctor, firefighter, air traffic controller
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Job Satisfaction, Social Class, Arcuate Nucleus

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7 Jun 2012
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Health psychology: lecture 4 may 28 th , 2012. Exercise: physical activity: any skeletal muscle contraction that results in an increased energy expendi
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Operant Conditioning, Classical Conditioning, Disulfiram

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7 Jun 2012
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Health promotion: precess enabling people to increaser control over, and to imporove, their health. Good health is collective and personal individual:
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Good And Evil, Fetus, Tuberculosis

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7 Jun 2012
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Syllabus: recent news stories (peaks interest, a page deliver main message. Has to have a thesis/focus (bring points back to thesis: multiple choice, s
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

Lecture 10.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Lecture #5 october 5th, 2011: transcendental certitude: anything can believed/set up, soul, morality, community, fellowship, ritual: feed your connecti
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

english lecture 8.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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I shop therefore i am y y we are shaped by what we created y the body isn t logical. It is in between the body and the ego. y mrs. dalloway suffered. S
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

English Lecture 6.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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English lecture #6: oct 26, 2011 y middle: meaning, sufferings, experience, communication. Body (traumatized) y european countries increasingly investe
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

english lecture 7.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Moralizing y there is always something to comfort you. Everything screams at you and says they will comfort you because they can. y addiction is an aut
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Memory and Cog – Lec 7.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Representation: something that captures features of the world. Intentionality criterion: the idea that the representation has to be designed with the g
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

Psych of Emotions – Lecture 6.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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We have activation of systems and inhibition of systems: we activate the cerebral cortex and we inhibit emotions. The action model is not concerned abo
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

LEC6_C18.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikFall

LEC5_C18.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

LEC3_C18.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

LEC2_C18.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Soul [reasoning > passion and appetite: reason (head) - immortal, cognitive/thinking portion separate from body, passion (chest) motivating, willful ac
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UTSCPSYC18H3Gerald CupchikWinter

LEC 4 ÔÇô C18.docx

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28 Feb 2012
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Culture = objective (explicit) [eg. clothes, food, art] and subjective (implicit) [eg. Culture = objective (explicit) [eg. clothes, food, art] and subj
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeFall

Memory and Cognition (1).docx

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27 Feb 2012
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What did cognitive scientists bring back to psychology that behaviourists removed: the focus of cognition.  hardware how everything is structured toge
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Memory and Cognition – Lecture 4.docx

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27 Feb 2012
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Working memory: the memory system responsible for the short term mental storage and manipulation of information: frontal lobes have the central executi
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Memory and Cogntion Lecture 2.odt

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27 Feb 2012
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The eyes don"t really see, they send up items of information to the brain. The lenses of our eyes turn everything upside down. Picking up information a
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UTSCPSYB57H3George CreeWinter

Lecture 3.odt

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27 Feb 2012
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To "pay attention" to something you focus on something and ignore distractions. Takes a while to realize a change in an image. Image of airplane, circl
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

Lecture 1

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12 Feb 2012
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If you know your absorbing a fact (faith) Loss of transcendental certitude causes a rise in anxiety. y we change brands for the desire of certitude. y
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UTSCENGA10H3Garry LeonardFall

Lecture 5

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12 Feb 2012
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Lecture #5 october 5th, 2011: transcendental certitude: anything can believed/set up, soul, morality, community, fellowship, ritual: feed your connecti
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UTSCBIOA01H3OlavensonFall

chapter 11

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12 Feb 2012
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11. 1 what is the evidence that the gene is dna? y a new dye was developed that could bind specifically to dna and turned red in direct proportion to t
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UTSCBIOA01H3OlavensonFall

Chapter 12

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12 Feb 2012
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12. 1 what is the evidence that genes code for proteins? y the molecular basis of phenotypes was actually discovered before it was known that dna was t
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