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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 28 pages long!)

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12 Oct 2017
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Lecture 11: the disappearance and renewal of the sasana and the future budhha. Later buddhist commentators of all traditions (therav da, mah y na, vajr
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Agreeableness, Amygdala, Meta-Analysis

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29 Apr 2017
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Personality disorders why people develop personality disorders and assigning people. Generally theories are a combination of genetic/biological compone
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: James W. Pennebaker, Externality, Type A And Type B Personality Theory

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29 Apr 2017
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Our personalities put us into certain situations that affect our health. Correlations between big five traits and health behaviors cross sectional stud
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Color Vision, Dichromacy, Trichromacy

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28 Apr 2017
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Trichromacy is correct at the leve of the retina (3 cone types) Experimental prediction: human observers should be able to match the appearance of any
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Study Guide - Final Guide: Tectorial Membrane, Atmospheric Wave, Super High Frequency

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28 Apr 2017
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The video of the gorilla approx 50% of the subject never noticed the gorilla. You are trying to pay attention to white and the other team you"re trying
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 25: Tonotopy, Retinotopy, Retina

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28 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Biological Motion, Outline Of Object Recognition, Retina

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28 Apr 2017
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Visual memory with these pictures is extremely good. Look at image as a whole and not remember. We can see the world in its entirety in rich visual det
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Vacuum Cleaner, Sound Intensity, Atmospheric Wave

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28 Apr 2017
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Lecture 24 visual guidance of locomotion and sound. Motion informs us about: (two components of motion is speed and direction) Vector field: fancy way
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Parietal Lobe

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28 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Absolute Threshold, Retina, Illusory Motion

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28 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Inattentional Blindness, Visual Search, Retina

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28 Apr 2017
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The video of the gorilla approx 50% of the subject never noticed the gorilla. You are trying to pay attention to white and the other team you"re trying
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RUTGERS01:830:301SinghSpring

01:830:301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Receptive Field, Complex Cell, Straight Edge

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28 Apr 2017
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If you"re keeping the delta t the same, but increasing the distance, then the light/object that crosses the retina would have to move at a faster speed
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture 12: -Moral Understanding and behavior

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20 Apr 2017
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Emphasizes moral development as a process of social understanding. One day, a girl named olivia was playing with her mommy. She went into the kitchen a
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: David Buss, Neuroticism, Extraversion And Introversion

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19 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Tao Te Ching, Sima Qian, Ancient Greek Philosophy

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19 Apr 2017
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Lecture 16 daoism (the teaching of the dao) The identification of a religion called daoism ( taouism ) appears for the first time in 19th century europ
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RUTGERS01:830:340Mc KennaSpring

01:830:340 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Mild Cognitive Impairment, Heart Failure, Dementia

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18 Apr 2017
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Will be unhappy experience more positive emotions than young people (age 18-30) Cope poorly with troubles only mild decline with cognitive functioning.
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Filial Piety, Citta, Junzi

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17 Apr 2017
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According to ancient chinese ideology, upon birth human beings are comprised of two spirits: Hun ( ), a spirit from heaven associated with yang (light/
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Religion In China, Book Of Documents, Emperor Of China

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17 Apr 2017
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Human sacrifice was also part of the ancestors, and the idea that kings could enter heaven after death. funerary culture. The highest deity was di ( ,
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Romanian Orphans, Rhesus Macaque, Attachment In Adults

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17 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Personnel Selection, Job Performance, Conscientiousness

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17 Apr 2017
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4 scores extraverted/introverted, sensing/intuitive, thinking/feeling, judging/perceiving. Six personality orientations realistic, investigative, artis
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RUTGERS05:300:306O' D O N N E L LSpring

05:300:306 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Motivation, Chiropractic, Self-Actualization

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17 Apr 2017
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Motivation: directs behavior toward particular goals, leads to increased effort and energy, affects cognitive processing, determines which consequences
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13.1: Hopscotch, Gender Identity, Gender Role

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17 Apr 2017
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Social roles: a set of cultural guidelines about how one should behave, especially with other people. Gender role: culturally prescribed behaviors cons
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.4: Gossip, Relational Aggression, Heredity

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17 Apr 2017
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Aggressiveness is not the same as assertiveness, even though laypeople often use these words interchangeably. Assertive behaviors are goal-directed act
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.3: Prosocial Behavior, Sympathetic Nervous System, 18 Months

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17 Apr 2017
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Prosocial behavior: any behavior that benefits another person. Altruism: prosocial behavior, such as helping and sharing, in which the individual does
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.2: Moral Realism, Moral Relativism, Immanence

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15 Apr 2017
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Children progress to this stage because advances in cognitive development allow them to understand the reasons for rules. Interactions with peers, chil
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RUTGERS01:830:340Mc KennaSpring

01:830:340 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Age 13, Kidney Stone Disease, Starvation Response

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12 Apr 2017
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Serotonin and dopamine (levels of serotonin and dopamine can increase impulsivity- which you can see in bulimia; hard to propel back) If you restrict,
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12.1: Moral Realism, Frontal Lobe, Immanence

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11 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Autobiographical Memory, Cultural-Historical Psychology, Object Permanence

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11 Apr 2017
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Piaget and vygotsky is also seen in ed psych chapter 9. Children at all age are like scientists in that they create theories about how the world works.
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Midterm: Exam III Lecture Notes

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11 Apr 2017
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Piaget was trained as a biologist and as a philosopher. Assimilation: external world understood in terms of current mental structures. Accommodation: m
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Language Acquisition Device, Speech Perception, Noam Chomsky

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11 Apr 2017
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What is language: theories of language development: nature vs. nurture. Learning theory -- dominated the field until 1970. Children produce sentences t
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Sexual Objectification, Big Five Personality Traits, Honour

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10 Apr 2017
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This is intended to be a guide only. You are responsible for all of the lecture material and assigned reading material. The school of behaviorism emerg
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RUTGERS01:830:340Mc KennaSpring

01:830:340 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Separation Anxiety Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder

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5 Apr 2017
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Study guide exam ii - chapters 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. Be familiar with the following concepts, terms, and disorders from each chapter. Be able to identify
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bodhisattva Vow, Bodhicitta, Vajrayana

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5 Apr 2017
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How to become a buddha (the basic elements of the bodhisattva path) . You must be male (except in mantranaya/vajray(cid:407)na buddhism) The arising of
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Big Five Personality Traits, Classical Conditioning, Mary Cover Jones

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5 Apr 2017
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Personality the residue of learning tendencies we"ve learned through experiences. Trait approach = you"re high on conscientiousness. Evolutionary appro
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RUTGERS01:830:338Professor Lyra SteinSpring

01:830:338 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Collectivism, Impression Management, Acculturation

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5 Apr 2017
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Defining culture: a program of shared rules, attitudes, values, and beliefs that govern the behavior of the majority of community members. Communicated
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bodhisattva Vow, Bodhicitta, Vajrayana

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5 Apr 2017
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Bodhisattva Vow, Bodhicitta, Mahayana

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4 Apr 2017
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Mah y na buddhism is a development within the buddhist tradition that began in india around 0. C. e. and later spread to china, tibet, korea, japan, vi
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RUTGERS01:840:211lammertsSpring

01:840:211 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Signify, Transfer Of Merit, Cetiya

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4 Apr 2017
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Lecture 11: the disappearance and renewal of the sasana and the future budhha. Later buddhist commentators of all traditions (therav da, mah y na, vajr
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Speech Perception, Fast Mapping, Nonsense Word

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3 Apr 2017
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Language: what develops: phonology -- sound system. Vowels and consonants: semantics -- meaning system. Example: running = 2 morphemes (run+ing: syntax
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RUTGERS01:830:331J HudsonSpring

01:830:331 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Autobiographical Memory, Childhood Amnesia, Metamemory

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1 Apr 2017
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Chapter 9l: memory development: autobiographic memory (not deliberate) Infantile amnesia: failure to remember events from the first 2 years of life, fe
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