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UTSGPHL273H1Doug Mac KaySummer

PHL273H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Environmental Ethics, Moral Agency, Moral Rights

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Moral agents agents who possess the capacity to act on basis of reasons. Moral patients the beings whose interests/claims have moral standing or are mo
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UTSGAST201H1Michael ReidSummer

AST201H1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Twin Paradox, Baryon, Active Galactic Nucleus

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As requested, here is a list of the main topics we have covered since the second midterm. I"m sorry i wasn"t able to get this to you earlier. You shoul
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UTSGAST201H1Michael ReidSummer

AST201H1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Hydrostatic Equilibrium, Stellar Classification, Molecular Cloud

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A watt is an unit of energy per unit time. So, in a 100 w rating on a light bulb tells us how much energy it is using per unit time. The sun"s luminosi
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UTSGAST201H1Michael ReidSummer

Midterm Study Notes

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The universe is the totality of all space, time, energy, and matter. * the age and size of the universe. The univserse is about 13. 7 billion years old
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidSummer

Final Exam Study Notes

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Light year is distance light travels in one year. 1 au ~ 8 light minutes, black hole ~ 26,000 light years: andromeda galaxy is 2. 5 million light years
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidSummer

Midterm Study Notes

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UTSCPSYC14H3Gabriela IlieSummer

PSYC14H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cultural Psychology, Social Psychology, Egocentrism

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UTSCPSYC14H3Gabriela IlieSummer

PSYC14H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Carroll Izard, Paul Ekman

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Chapter 8: emotions colour our life experiences as they inform us of who we are, what our relationships with others are like, and how to behave.  expr
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UTSGPHL235H1Elmar J.KremerSummer

Final Exam Study Notes

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Religion a shared set of beliefs about the ultimate source of being and value (such as goodness), with consequent social practices and moral principles
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtSummer

PSYC12H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: In-Group Favoritism, Aiesec, Dev Patel

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Lecture 6 alexa"s i ntergroup relations: solomon shereshevskii"s mind of a mnemonist.  could me morize lengthy mathematical formulae, matrices, and po
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UTSCPSYB30H3Steve LivingstonSummer

PSYB30H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Psychology, Interference Theory, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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Psyb30 (personality psychology) final exam review sheet (1) the final exam is scheduled for tuesday, april 28th, 2009 at 9:00 am in the utsc gym. You s
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter notes

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Reliability of measures: reliability refers to the consistency or stability of a measure of behavior. A reliable measure of a psychological variable su
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter notes

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Hypothesis and predictions: most research studies are attempts to test a hypothesis formulated by the researcher. A hypothesis is really a type of idea
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Variables: a variable is any event, situation, behavior, or individual characteristic that varies. Examples of variables a psychologist might study inc
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Chp 12: b01 understanding research results: desc and correlation. Statistics helps to develop an understanding of the collected data.  make inferences
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Generalizing to other populations of research participants even though researcher randomly assignment participants to conditions rarely are they picked
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Inferential statistics are necessary because the results of a given study are based on data obtained from a single sample of research participants. Inf
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Lecture Notes - Program Evaluation, Needs Assessment, Quasi

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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Recall fr ch. 7: most research involves sampling research participants fr a pop of interest (composed of individuals of interest) Much research interes
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

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UTSCPHLB05H3Victoria BurkeSummer

Final Exam Study Guide

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You will be prepared for the final if you understand the following concepts. The scientific and legal status of genetic enhancements. The scientific an
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UTSCPSYB10H3Steve LivingstonSummer

Final Exam Study Guide

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UTSCPSYB10H3Steve LivingstonSummer

Midterm Study Guide

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Introduction to social psychology: what is social psychology? (i. e. , know the definition of the field) Textbook definition: it is a scientific study
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Some mental disorders (especially less severe ones) appear to be caused by environmental factors or by a person"s perception of these factors such as s
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Cultural evolution the adaptive change of a culture to recurrent environmental pressures. Cultural evolution is a product of human intellect and physic
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Social psychology the branch of psychology that studies our social nature how the actual, imagined, or implied presence of others influences or thought
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Personality a particular pattern of behaviour and thinking prevailing across time and situations that. Chapter 14 notes differentiates one person from
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Motivation a general term for a group of phenomena that affect the nature, strength, or persistence of. Stimuli that have become associated with pleasa
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Growing older is a matter not only of aging, but also of changing personally, intellectually and socially. Lifespan developmental psychology studies th
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Intelligence the general term used to refer to a person"s ability to learn and remember information, to. Chapter 11 notes recognize concepts and their
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UTSCPSYA02H3FornierSummer

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Spoken words by themselves are highly organized patterns of motor. It is seen in the case of carl bennett where under the influence of tourette"s syndr
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UTSCPHLA11H3Jennifer HawkinsSummer

Final Exam Study Guide

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Philosophy finals: thrasymachus begins his conversation with socrates by offering a definition of justice. Thrasymachus defines justice as the advantag
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

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Historically, people have taken 3 philosophical positions about the nature of consciousness:  consciousness is not a natural phenomenon. (natural phen
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

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Memory the cognitive processes of encoding, storing, and retrieving information. Encoding the process by which sensory information is converted into a
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

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The primary function of the sense organs is to provide information to guide behaviour. Perception a rapid, automatic, unconscious process by which we r
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

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Differences between sources of information in the environment have important consequences for the way sensory systems process that information. In othe
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensSummer

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