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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Memory Tapes, Implicit Memory, Long-Term Memory

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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Stereotype Threat, Cognitive Dissonance

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23 Apr 2013
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When situational cues in a setting make a stereotype salient and relevant to one"s actions: resulting psychological pressure to disprove the stereotype
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Stereotype Threat, Erving Goffman, Ingroups And Outgroups

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23 Apr 2013
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Erving goffman referred to the unusual characteristics that engender negative evaluations as being indicators of stigma. Stigmatized person is one who
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Stereotype Threat, Simple Math, Attentional Shift

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23 Apr 2013
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Involves both cognitive and affective components both automatic and controlled processes. Feature of stereotype threat ability to affect performance wi
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Stereotype Threat, Threatin

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23 Apr 2013
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In 21st century lots of diversity in schools and workforce. Most countries embrace idea of basic human rights and egalitarian principles of equal oppor
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Group Dynamics, Stereotype Threat, Ingroups And Outgroups

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23 Apr 2013
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Human brain seems to almost automatically classify or categorize similar objects in the environment: this is pervasive and has been shown in children a
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UTSCPSYC12H3Michael InzlichtWinter

PSYC12H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Group Dynamics, Voting Rights Act Of 1965, Stereotype

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23 Apr 2013
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Introduction to the study of stereotyping and prejudice. Humans have a tendency to form groups. Membership to a group may be restricted on basis of spe
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Lecture 1

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26 Feb 2011
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Sept 13, 2010: brain and spinal cord, peripheral nervous system, all other nerves that go top other places, human brain is very similar in organization
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Visual System

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26 Feb 2011
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 the part near the nose is called the nasal port ion.  part close to the outside of your head is called te mporal.  cross over is called opt ic ch i
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UTSCPSYB65H3Ted PetitFall

Visual System

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26 Feb 2011
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 the part near the nose is called the nasal port ion.  part close to the outside of your head is called te mporal.  cross over is called opt ic ch i
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Lecture of Substance Abuse and Personality Disorders

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26 Feb 2011
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Substance dependence: difference between substance dependence and abuse, dsmv will probably drop the differences between the two will see it on a conti
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 3 notes

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26 Feb 2011
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Graphing behaviour and measuring change: graphs are used to identify the level of behaviour before treatment and after treatment begins, long period af
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Abnormal Lecture 6

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1 Feb 2011
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

Abnormal Lecture 1

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1 Feb 2011
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What is abnormal behavior: digit span, test of working memory, psychologist uses it to determine whether or not someone has good working memory, statis
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 9

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1 Feb 2011
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 10

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1 Feb 2011
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 degree to which a person is outgoing and participative in relating to other people: emotionality vs stability. Individual"s adjustment to the environ
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 11

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1 Feb 2011
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Lecture 11: chapters 14 15 and 16, no psychotherapy no philosophy, Art, science: supportive vs reconstructive, reconstructive you can change someone"s
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 8

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1 Feb 2011
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6 traits: unempathic, neurotic, arrogant, humorous, dramatic. Don"t dwell on the past, look to the future his. Allport"s proprium is described in terms
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 7

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1 Feb 2011
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Lecture 7: rule that an experimenter uses to determine when particular responses will be reinforced, difference between partial and continuous conditio
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

PSYB30H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Professional Wrestling Attacks

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1 Feb 2011
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Ch 8: experimental analysis of behaviour: john dollard and neal miller, b. f. skinner: step back and ask what is compelling about behaviourism. John b.
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 5

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1 Feb 2011
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Ch 8: experimental analysis of behaviour: john dollard and neal miller, b. f. skinner: step back and ask what is compelling about behaviourism. John b.
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 5

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1 Feb 2011
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Using this course for your own benefit: apply what you learn to yourself and others, become critical thinkers, rise above emotions and irrationality, e
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

PSYB30H3 Lecture Notes - Erich Fromm

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1 Feb 2011
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History: experienced childhood illness and several injuries; developed fear of death, average student but rose to superior position especially in mathe
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 3

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1 Feb 2011
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If you know how certain group of people typically respond a certain way and a person responds that way it say that they might have something to do it.
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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Personality Lecture 2

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1 Feb 2011
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Lecture 2: primary process: when we can"t physically gratify our actual needs, we fantasize.  this leads to a fixation at that stage: if someone does
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UTSCBIOA02H3Andrew MasonWinter

Chapter 42 Textbook notes

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1 Feb 2011
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UTSCBIOA02H3Andrew MasonWinter

Chapter 42 Textbook notes

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UTSCPSYB30H3Oren AmitaySummer

Chapter 1

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23 Sep 2010
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N personality is no readily defined no set idea of what personality is. N how do you determine he is narcissistic his behavior. N is there a difference
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