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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Lesbian Feminism, Radical Feminism, Liberal Feminism

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19 Dec 2012
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Preparation for week 3: september 24: liberal feminism. 23-50: make some notes about the main characteristics of liberal feminism. Also note the points
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Queer Theory, Heteronormativity, Masculinity

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19 Dec 2012
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Female gender is an invisible part of the economic process. Women is the subordinate gender due to patriarchy. Women and men can both to child rearing
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Handedness, Visual Perception, Dyslexia

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3 Nov 2012
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Chapter 5 the child"s growth: brain, body, motor. There is enormous variation in the rates at which children develop. Girls usually develop more rapidl
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Animism, Cognitive Development, Egocentrism

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3 Nov 2012
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Cognition the term used to describe the mental activity through which human beings acquire, remember, and learn to use knowledge. It includes many ment
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Gonorrhea, Lanugo, Toxoplasmosis

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11 Oct 2012
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The 9 months are characterized in two ways: trimsters: periods of 3 months, zygote, embryo, and fetus. Proximal-distal: growths first occurs in central
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Visual Acuity, Depth Perception, Subjective Constancy

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11 Oct 2012
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Chapter 4 infancy: sensation, perception, and learning. They have reflexes: involuntary responses to external stimulation. They also have infant state:
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Proletariat, Putting-Out System, Class Consciousness

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8 Oct 2012
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Using women for family work w/o paying them. Using women as a reserve army of labour hired when the economy needs workers, fired when it does not. Gove
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Trans Man, Gender Mainstreaming, Bisexuality

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8 Oct 2012
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An organized social movement trying to get equality between men and women. It arose in the 19th century in europe, The first wave of modern feminism: (
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Lecture Notes - Gregor Mendel, Chromosome Abnormality, Mendelian Inheritance

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24 Sep 2012
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From the moment they are born, babies differ from one another in: physical appearance & behaviour. Transactions between hereditary and environmental fa
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes -Dionne Quintuplets, Arnold Gesell, Canadian Psychological Association

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24 Sep 2012
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Chapter 1 child development: themes, theories, and. It identifies changes in the child"s cognitive, emotional, motor, and social capacities and behavio
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Gender Mainstreaming, Undoing Gender, Pluralistic Ignorance

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24 Sep 2012
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"s responsibility of child care and house chores. Division of paid work into women"s job and men"s job in the society. Restricted entry into top positi
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Gender Mainstreaming, Undoing Gender, Pluralistic Ignorance

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24 Sep 2012
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"s responsibility of child care and house chores. Division of paid work into women"s job and men"s job in the society. Restricted entry into top positi
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UTSCWSTA03H3Anissa Talahite- MoodleyFall

WSTA03H3 Chapter Notes -Heterosexuality, Bisexuality, Gender Mainstreaming

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24 Sep 2012
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An organized social movement trying to get equality between men and women. It arose in the 19th century in europe, The first wave of modern feminism: (
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UTSCPSYB01H3Nussbaum DFall

Chapter 6 - True Experiments I

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12 Dec 2011
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UTSCPSYB01H3Nussbaum DFall

Chapter 1 - Uncommon Sense: Scientific method and Human reasoning

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12 Dec 2011
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UTSCPSYB01H3Nussbaum DFall

Chapter 5 - Sample Planning

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12 Dec 2011
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UTSCPSYB01H3Nussbaum DFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Dependent And Independent Variables

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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Chapter 8 -Mood Disorders

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22 Nov 2011
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UTSCPSYB32H3Mark SchmucklerFall

Ch.14: sexual and gender identity disorders

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13 Nov 2011
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UTSCBIOC51H3Maydianne AndradeFall

Textbook CH.3 notes

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2 Oct 2011
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Exam review notes part 5

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29 Apr 2011
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1939: evidence established that it was die to niacin- deficiency (vitamin b3) 1917-1921: goldberger: did an epidemiological study: cause = diet. Bread
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

Exam review notes part 3

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29 Apr 2011
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1939: evidence established that it was die to niacin- deficiency (vitamin b3) 1917-1921: goldberger: did an epidemiological study: cause = diet. Bread
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Clofazimine, Dapsone, Bcg Vaccine

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29 Apr 2011
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1985: h iv-2 discovered (west africa: among homosexuals and drug users, heterosexual sex, prostitution, unsterile injections, prenatally. 1976: swine f
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Mycobacterium Tuberculosis, Health Geography, Cholera Toxin

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29 Apr 2011
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1. (1816-1821) indian river  british troops in bengal.  1832: cholera riots at physicians, victims went into hiding, fears of bodies being sold. 4. (
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Antibody, Smallpox, Prodrome

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29 Apr 2011
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19 th century mississippi valley, ne us, tropics.  carl louis alphonse laveran (1880: observed black-brown malaria pigment in infected blood cells. 19
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retrovirus, Subtypes Of Hiv

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29 Apr 2011
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Macro-parasites many celled, cycles through transmission stages, it passes through the external environment, don"t multiply in host. I ncubation period
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UTSCPSYA01H3basilliWinter

PSYA01H3 Study Guide - Heritability

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29 Apr 2011
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Any definition of intelligence depends on varying cultures based on a different range of necessary skills required for survival in that culture. Althou
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UTSCPSYA01H3basilliWinter

Ch. 10 notes

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29 Apr 2011
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Languages are flexible systems that use symbols to express meaning. Focus of this chapter is to study how humans begin learning language in the earlies
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensWinter

Ch. 8 notes

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29 Apr 2011
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Learning = experience  change in behaviour (brain plasticity) Memory: the cognitive processes of encoding, storing, and retrieving information. Encodi
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensWinter

Ch. 7 notes

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29 Apr 2011
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Our behaviour is changeable in response to experience. Learning: an adaptive process in which experience changes the tendency to perform a particular b
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensWinter

Ch. 6 notes

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29 Apr 2011
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Perception: the process by which we recognize what is presented by the information provided by our senses. We don"t feel the process of perception. We
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensWinter

PSYA01H3 Study Guide - Harmonica, Fundamental Frequency, Hair Cell

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29 Apr 2011
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Learning: detection by sensory organs  nerves. Sensory organs and nerves: provide us w. useful info of external world. Differences b/w sources of info
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