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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

Ch. 1 Cognitive Psychology History, Methods, and Paradigms.pdf

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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

PSYC 3260 Lecture Notes - Principle Of Compositionality, Surface Roughness, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

PSYC 3260 Lecture Notes - Iconic Memory, Mental Rotation, Embodied Cognition

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Categorization: differentiating between classical account and current psychological theories. We are not concerned with the physical instantiation of t
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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

Lec 3 Perception and Vision.pdf

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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

Lec 4 Categorization.pdf

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YORKPSYC 3260Vinod GoelSummer

Lec 1 Historical & Conceptual Emergence of Cognitive Psychology.pdf

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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Dendritic Spine, Axon Hillock, Axon Terminal

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11 Nov 2013
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Epilepsy-- a disease in which discharges of abnormal electrical activity in the brain interfere with normal movements, thought, and consciousness. Each
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Otto Loewi, Axon Terminal, Dendritic Spine

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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Periaqueductal Gray, Retinal Ganglion Cell, Sensory Neuron

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11 Nov 2013
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Each sensory system is organized on a similar, hierarchical plan. Sensory receptors are specialized cells that transduce, or convert, sensory energy (f
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Primary Motor Cortex, Premotor Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex

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11 Nov 2013
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The posterior sensory regions of the cortex specify movement goals and send information to the prefrontal cortex by a number of routes. More direct rou
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

7. The Influence of Drugs and Hormones on Behavior.docx

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The influence of drugs and hormones on behavior. Psychopharmacology is the study of how drugs affect the nervous system and behavior. A drug is a chemi
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Superior Temporal Sulcus, Inferior Temporal Gyrus, Calcarine Sulcus

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11 Nov 2013
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Lateralization Of Brain Function, Lateral Sulcus, Cerebral Circulation

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11 Nov 2013
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Brains (and hemispheres) differ in size, gyral patterns, distribution of gray and white matter, cytoarchitectonics, vascular patterns, and neurochemist
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Temporal Lobe, Lateral Sulcus, Commissurotomy

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Laterality-- the idea that the two cerebral hemispheres have separate functions. Four variables complicate the research on laterality: laterality is re
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

PSYC 3530 Chapter Notes -Basal Ganglia, Postcentral Gyrus, Decortication

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11 Nov 2013
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A hierarchy of function from spinal cord to cortex. Dysphasia-- impairment of speech caused by damage to the central nervous system. Subcortical struct
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YORKPSYC 3530Guy ProulxFall

6. Imaging the Brain's Activity.docx

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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Globus Pallidus, Limbic System, Blood Plasma

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24 Aug 2013
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Each part of the nervous system has specialized functions, and the parts work together to produce behavior. Damage to different areas results in differ
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Active Transport, Multiple Sclerosis, Microglia

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The nervous system is composed of two kinds of cells: neurons and glia. Only neurons transmit impulses from one location to another. The larger number
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YORKPSYC 2240allWinter

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Selective Breeding, Methyl Group, Monism

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24 Aug 2013
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Biological explanations of behavior fall into several categories, including physiology, development, evolution, and function. Nearly all current philos
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

5. Development and Plasticity of the Brain.pdf

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Neurons begin by migrating to their proper locations and developing axons, which extend to their correct targets by following chemical pathways. The ne
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Alcoholism, Sensory Neuron, Morphine

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At a synapse, a neuron releases neurotransmitters (chemicals) that excite or inhibit another cell or alter its response to other input. In most cases,
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YORKPSYC 2240allSummer

PSYC 2240 Chapter Notes -Prosopagnosia, Motion Perception, Trichromacy

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Be able to describe the parts of the eye and its connections to the brain. Understand the process by which three types of cones, and the neurons they c
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YORKPSYC 2110Vinod GoelSummer

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Pacifier, Cortisol, Apgar Score

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24 Aug 2013
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The placenta releases the hormone crh which triggers uterine contractions. False labor or prelabor-- upper uterine contractions several weeks before bi
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YORKPSYC 2110Vinod GoelSummer

Ch 5. Physical Development in Infancy and Toddlerhood.pdf

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An enormous amount of physical development takes place during infancy and toddlerhood. An infant"s height increases dramatically over the first year, a
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YORKPSYC 2110Vinod GoelSummer

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Aspirin, Malnutrition, Neural Tube

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YORKPSYC 2110Vinod GoelSummer

PSYC 2110 Chapter Notes -Heredity, Behavioural Genetics, Miscarriage

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Genotype-- the complex blend of genetic information that determines our species and influences all our unique characteristics. Chromosomes-- rod-like s
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YORKPSYC 3230James AlcockWinter

PSYC 3230 Lecture Notes - Reinforcement, Dyslexia, Behaviour Therapy

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Involves a broad delay in cognitive and social functioning. Especially in enriched environments-- encouragement, support, and stimulation. Training pro
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YORKGKM 4600Michail VitopolousWinter

GKM 4600 Study Guide - Theatre Of Ancient Greece, Ancient Greek Comedy, Dithyramb

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These societal conditions change according to time period and with the development of knowledge and the evolution of sociopolitical systems. With arist
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YORKPSYC 3230James AlcockWinter

PSYC 3230 Lecture Notes - Zoroastrianism, Transvestic Fetishism, Exhibitionism

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26 Mar 2013
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Born in persia to a family belonging to a jewish-christian sect. As a young man, had visionary experiences telling him to leave his father"s sect and t
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YORKPSYC 3525Josee RivestWinter

PSYC 3525 Lecture Notes - Microsoft Powerpoint, Whistle Rymes

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26 Mar 2013
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Instead, cut down your points so that they fit comfortably on one slide, or chunk them into meaningful subsections that each fit on one slide. Talk abo
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YORKPSYC 3230James AlcockWinter

PSYC 3230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Psychological Trauma, Diplopia, Dsm-5

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23 Mar 2013
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Describe the symptoms and clinical features of the major dissociative disorders. Compare and contrast two competing theories of the etiology of dissoci
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YORKPSYC 3290Raluca BaracWinter

Ch. 12 Processes of Language Acquisition.pdf

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YORKPSYC 3525Josee RivestWinter

PSYC 3525 Lecture Notes - F-Test, Type I And Type Ii Errors, General Linear Model

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23 Mar 2013
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Need to input data differently based on design you have. Source of noise will be different based on design also. The same denominator, the same noise=
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YORKPSYC 3230James AlcockWinter

PSYC 3230 Lecture Notes - Conduct Disorder, Binge Eating, Dysphoria

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23 Mar 2013
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Enduring pattern of inflexible and maladaptive thinking, feeling, and acting that cause significant subjective distress and/or impairment in social or
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YORKFSL 1200Usha ViswanathanFall

Quiz d'ecoute.pdf

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YORKGKM 4600Michail VitopolousWinter

GKM 4600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5-6: Good Music

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23 Mar 2013
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The narrator then goes on a tangent to tell the story of maritsa ghikas, the mother of pericles, a. At the beginning of the chapter, the narrator"s mot
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YORKGKM 4600Michail VitopolousWinter

GKM 4600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10-19: Ouzo

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23 Mar 2013
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During this chapter, the narrator characterizes louis as more like a character, a hero. The narrator runs into louis a while later, and louis reveals t
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YORKGKM 4600Michail VitopolousWinter

GKM 4600 Lecture Notes - Ouzo, Souvlaki

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23 Mar 2013
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The narrator then goes on a tangent to tell the story of when louis worked as a. This chapter continues to describe louis"s marriage to aleka. He persu
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YORKPSYC 3525Josee RivestWinter

PSYC 3525 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Phi Coefficient, Contingency Table

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21 Mar 2013
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Beginning behavioral research: a conceptual primer (7th ed. Correlation coefficient-- a single number indicating the strength of association between tw
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YORKPSYC 3525Josee RivestWinter

PSYC 3525 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Normal Distribution, Teachme, Bias Of An Estimator

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21 Mar 2013
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Three most popular statistical tests: t test, f test, and chi-square test. The hypothesis determines which statistical test is used t test-- used for c
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