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UTSGPHL440H1Devlin RussellSpring

PHL440H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Canadian Mental Health Association, Bioethics, General Idea

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How : was an important principle and emphasized throughout the lecture. How is to recognize that making a right decision is not enough. One must also k
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UTSGHPS318H1Jennifer FraserFall

Lecture Three.docx

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28 Oct 2014
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Medicine in alexandria and rome: the hellenistic period. After the death of alexander the great and before the emergence of roman period. Decadence and
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UTSGHPS318H1Jennifer FraserFall

HPS318H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Iliad, Hippocratic Corpus, Divine Judgment

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28 Oct 2014
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Internalist medical history: for a long time medical histories were written by doctors or physicians and for physicians used to illuminate the science
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Robert Zajonc, Cockroach, Social Loafing

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21 Sep 2012
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Intra-group refers to relations between members of one group, while inter-group refers to the relations between members of two different groups. Simply
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Out-Group Homogeneity, Cognitive Miser, Cognitive Dissonance

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21 Sep 2012
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Stereotypes are cognitive schemas that allow for easy and efficient organization of information about people based on their membership to certain group
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Bobo Doll Experiment, Roy Baumeister, Cognitive Miser

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21 Sep 2012
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Attitudes are basically about how we feel about things (people, objects, ideas, etc). Attitudes are evaluative because they require an assessment of so
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Hazel Rose Markus, Fundamental Attribution Error, Asian Canadians

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21 Sep 2012
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Are explanations we generate for other people"s behaviour. This is like saying x is y for doing z, x is blank, or x is y. We generate these in order to
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UTSGPSY220H1Jennifer FortuneWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Asch Conformity Experiments, Solomon Asch, Ellen Langer

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21 Sep 2012
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Social psychology is the study of how cognition, affect, and behaviour is influenced by others and what counts as influencing one another (e. g. , when
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UTSGPSY331H1J.FortuneWinter

PSY331H1 Lecture Notes - The Automatic, Thought Suppression, Confirmation Bias

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21 Sep 2012
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People think about other people more than anything else! Although we need people to meet our goals (such as belongingness), we also compete with them f
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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

The Brain

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Psychodynamic Psychotherapy, Giovanni Fava, Human Potential Movement

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28 Oct 2011
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The treatment psychotherapy was fathered by freud who took josef breurs research with. Anna o that proved that talking to clients helped relieve some p
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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -The Control Group, Naturalistic Observation, Family Of Sets

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28 Oct 2011
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There are three goals; measurement and description, understanding and prediction, application and control. Measurement is the requirement of having a m
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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Learning

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Perception and Sensation

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Memory

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Personality

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Consciousness

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Human Development

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -Junkers J.I

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UTSGPSY100H1Dax UrbszatWinter

Disorders

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPHL265H1A RipsteinFall

PHL265H1 Lecture Notes - Ultimate Power, Carbon Footprint, Private Good

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28 Oct 2011
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People are complicated machines driven by their own appetites. Being alive is to be constantly seeking power. The essential nature of humans is to be a
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UTSGPHL265H1A RipsteinFall

Introduction to Hobbes

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28 Oct 2011
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Leviathan is a character in the book of joe in the hebrew/jewish bible. Hobbes assumes a general knowledge/intellect of his readership which will under
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

Maslow

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28 Oct 2011
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People want to grow not just keep at a balance. We want and are almost always desiring something. Motivation (reduction of tension by satisfying defici
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

Hans Eysenck

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28 Oct 2011
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Wanted to go beyond the descriptive factor analytic concepts of cattell and the big five. Wanted to be able to test a model of personality. Connected s
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

PSY230H1 Chapter Notes -Raymond Cattell, Gordon Allport, Thematic Apperception Test

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28 Oct 2011
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Said he spent much of his childhood alone. Good at language but not sports or games. Went to harvard and focused on psychology and social ethics. Meet
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

George Kelly

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28 Oct 2011
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In our attempts to understand the world we develop personal constructs hypotheses which make the world more meaningful to us. If the constructs fit our
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

Albert Ellis

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28 Oct 2011
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Changed it once more to rational emotive behaviour therapy. Philosophical origins: go back to stoic philosophers, especially marcus aurelius, and. Peop
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

Carl Rogers

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28 Oct 2011
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Individuals exist in the center of a phenomenal field. Phenomenon = greek phainomenon that which appears or shows itself . What is important is how an
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

Everyday Memory and Memory Errors

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

Short Term Memory Theories

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28 Oct 2011
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Memory is the process of retaining, retrieving and using information about stimuli, events, ideas and skills after the information is no longer present
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes -Behaviorism, Cognitive Revolution, Franciscus Donders

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes -Alarm Clock, Occipital Lobe, Parietal Lobe

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

Attention

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28 Oct 2011
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Is the process of concentrating on specific features of the environment, thought, or activities. This leads to exclusion of other features of the envir
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

The Brain

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28 Oct 2011
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Stimulus stimulates receptors that change the stimulus into electrical signals. These go throughout the brain in order to create responses. We also rec
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Episodic and Semantic Memory

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28 Oct 2011
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Includes spatial and temporal information about the context, where and when things occurred, etc. Semantic memory: memories for facts and general knowl
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Skill Memory

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28 Oct 2011
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Is memory for things we do and how to do them. Skill: ability you can improve over time through practice. Skill memories are long lasting and improved
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Timing

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28 Oct 2011
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It is absolutely essential for organisms to time what they do; their physiology, their chemistry, their behaviour, etc, with their environment. All org
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Language Acquisition

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28 Oct 2011
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Initial language learning, not learning a second language. Language is a coded representation of social communication; thoughts, feelings, etc. This di
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

Complete Brain Anatomy

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28 Oct 2011
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UTSGPSY260H1Martin RalphWinter

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes -Autonomic Nervous System, The Automatic, Paul Ekman

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28 Oct 2011
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Memories concerned with strong emotions will most likely be remembered more than events that are not. It is a cluster of three distinct but interrelate
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