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WLUPS264Camie CondonFall

PS264 Study Guide - Final Guide: Motivation, Sensation Seeking, Explanatory Style

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Reasonable progress towards a want or desire: operational. Biology: to be thankful, greatful thinking, happiness high extroversion, negatively to neuro
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WLUPS264Camie CondonFall

PS264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lucid Dream, Autonomic Nervous System, Sleep Deprivation

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27 Feb 2013
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Determine intensity of response: stimuli, collative variables, stimuli characteristics that include. Can heighten arousal: tasks, activity in order to
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WLUPS264Camie CondonFall

PS264 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Big Five Personality Traits, Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Autonomic Nervous System

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27 Feb 2013
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Instincts: thomas aquinas, biology, behaviour can be mechanical, freud tension, drives, learning theory, watson, hull. 3 innate emotional reaction: fea
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WLUPS262Elizabeth OldsFall

PS262 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Binocular Rivalry, Inattentional Blindness, Visual Search

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27 Feb 2013
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WLUPS262Elizabeth OldsFall

PS262 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Binocular Disparity, Auditory Cortex, Sound Pressure

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27 Feb 2013
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The horopter is an imaginary circle passing through the point of fixation. A random dot stereogram consists of an image presented to one eye and an ima
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WLUPS262Elizabeth OldsFall

PS262 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Gustav Fechner, Receiver Operating Characteristic, Electric Shock

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27 Feb 2013
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Perceptual process: sequence that works together to determine our experience of and reaction to stimuli in the environment, stimulus. What is out there
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofWinter

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Tabula Rasa, Contiguity, Neurology

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27 Feb 2013
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People do things to receive pleasure and avoid pain: rules of associations. Bell and magendie separate sensory and motor paths. Sechenoc provided a ref
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofWinter

PS261 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Dual Process Theory, Reflex Arc, Startle Response

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27 Feb 2013
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Before it was commonly believed that all human behaviour was governed by free will. Human behaviour can be caused by the external world or by the mind.
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WLUPS260Todd FerrettiFall

PS260 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Semantic Network, Implicit Memory, Episodic Memory

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27 Feb 2013
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Long term memory: forgetting: characteristics, manner in which it is lost. Younger memory traces are more vulnerable to forgetting: rate of forgetting
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WLUPS260Todd FerrettiFall

PS260 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Iconic Memory, Echoic Memory, Audio Feedback

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27 Feb 2013
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6 different major topics: top 3 lower/basic, bottom 3 higher order of processing, apollonia, history, plato. How ins info rep in our mind. How we use d
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WLUPS263Bruce Mc KayWinter

Biopsychology Exam Review.docx

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27 Feb 2013
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Introduction: the human brain squishy, wrinkle, walnut shaped tissue weighing 1. 3 kilograms. Estimated 100 billion neurons, 100 trillion connections:
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WLULL201?Winter

LL201 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heart Transplantation, American Movie, Dominique Pinon

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21 Feb 2013
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Napoleonic wars: the end of the holy roman empire: king francis ii dissolved the empire at this time 1806. 1866 prussia and italy at war with austria.
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WLUIT102?Winter

IT102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: La Pesca, Spinach, Olive Oil

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WLUCP102?Winter

All definitions.docx

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21 Feb 2013
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An expansion card that enables a computer to produce sounds that are omnidirectional or three dimensional. A wireless standard established in 1997 by t
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WLUAR105Lisa TrentinFall

roman civ exam notes.doc

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21 Feb 2013
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Reorganized the army into 10 cohorts of 500-600. Anyone not part of the war was granted citizenship: 89 bc lex plautia. Anyone who let down their arms
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WLUAR105Lisa TrentinFall

Roman Civilization Midterm Study Notes.doc

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21 Feb 2013
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Structures 1500-2000 years old still stand today. Leon battista alberti, andrea palladio, and pirro ligorio, architects. Many sites were discovered due
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WLUAS101Arthur ReadWinter

AS101 Lecture Notes - Chromatic Aberration, Corona, Spectroscopy

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21 Feb 2013
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Old but good astronomy: planets so important that the days of the weeks are named after the 7 visible objects that have been seen for centuries. South
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WLUAS101Arthur ReadWinter

AS 101 Module 1.docx

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21 Feb 2013
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1. 3 seeing stars: patterns in the night sky. 3000 individual stars visible to the naked eye. Seeing starts that lie at different distances from earth.
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WLUPS101Don MorgensonFall

Psych 100 Exam Review

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WLUPS101Don MorgensonFall

PS101 Study Guide - Amygdala, Hard Wired, Acculturation

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14 Dec 2012
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WLUPS101Don MorgensonFall

PS101 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Acupuncture, Behaviorism, Magnetic Resonance Imaging

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14 Dec 2012
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Aristotle: body works for the mind, observation and experiments, overt behavior. Nature of psychological inquiry: non reactive naturalistic observation
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WLUPS260Todd FerrettiFall

PS260 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psych, Lexical Decision Task, Iconic Memory

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14 Dec 2012
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Dynamic structure always changing: processes, different memory systems, operations performed on internal or external stimuli. Had ppl to react as quick
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WLUPS101Don MorgensonWinter

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Psych, Drug Tolerance, Assertiveness

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14 Dec 2012
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Encouragement is better than discouragement: rewards and punishment, knowledge of results, stress. Learn about things you are interested in. Learning:
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WLUPS101Don MorgensonWinter

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Cognitive Style, Problem Solving, 6 Years

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14 Dec 2012
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January 25, 2010: cognition, language, the mental processes involved in acquiring knowledge, the symbols that convey meaning plus rules for combining t
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WLUPS101Don MorgensonWinter

PS101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Terror Management Theory, Radical Behaviorism, Collectivism

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14 Dec 2012
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Methodenstreit, Social Actions, Social Relation

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14 Dec 2012
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Outline and discuss the importance of the concept of rationality in weber"s work. * weber focused his studies on understanding why modern western socie
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Economic Ideology, Productive Forces, Only Time

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14 Dec 2012
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Materialist perspective: able to show that the very first acts of all societies was always economic because human beings had to satisfy their everyday
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: List Of Industrial Disasters, Auguste Comte, Dreyfus Affair

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14 Dec 2012
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1. the development of sociological theory emerged due to drastically changing social conditions in both the 18th and 19th century europe, which karl po
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Centralisation, Decembrist Revolt, July Monarchy

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14 Dec 2012
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Chapter 1 - the course of french revolution: feb. 1848 to dec. 1851. Questions for discussion: what were the three periods marx identifies in this peri
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Chapter Notes -Anomie, Dreyfus Affair, Social Realism

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14 Dec 2012
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Great transformation: karl polanyi, massive social change which took place in europe between 1750 and 1920. Industrial capitalism had replaced the old
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinWinter

SY203 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Traditional Authority, Rationality, Verstehen

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14 Dec 2012
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Outline and discuss the importance of the concept of rationality in weber"s work. * weber focused his studies on understanding why modern western socie
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Study Guide - Final Guide: Talcott Parsons

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14 Dec 2012
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What are the pattern variables as discussed by parsons. When pattern variables talcott parsons introduced a concept called action frame of reference. T
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Lecture Notes - Feudalism, Fatalism, Altruistic Suicide

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14 Dec 2012
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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Lecture Notes - Individualism, Joseph De Maistre, French Revolution

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WLUSY203Darryl BurgwinFall

SY203 Lecture Notes - Fatalism, List Of Sovereign States By Suicide Rate, Anomie

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14 Dec 2012
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WLUSY280Linda QuirkeFall

SY280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Main Diagonal, Determinism, Job Satisfaction

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14 Dec 2012
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Reduces error due to variation in the asking of questions. Intra- interviewer variability: an interviewer is not consistent in asking questions or reco
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WLUSY280Linda QuirkeFall

SY280 Study Guide - Final Guide: Postpartum Depression, Simple Random Sample, Anxiety

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14 Dec 2012
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4 short answer( 2 worth 4, one 6, one 5 ) If people know they are being studied may act differently: using composite measures. Put together two or more
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WLUSY280Linda QuirkeFall

SY280 Lecture Notes - Postpartum Depression, Inverse Relation, List Of Compositions By Carl Philipp Emanuel Bach

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14 Dec 2012
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September 14, 2010: positivist epistemology, august comte. In the past god"s will= what society wants. Religious beliefs replaced by science and object
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WLUSY280Linda QuirkeFall

SY280 Chapter Notes -Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing, The Control Group, Emergence

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14 Dec 2012
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O an explanation of observed regularities or patterns: components. Definitions: specify key terms in theory. Relational statements: connect 2 or more v
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WLUSY280Linda QuirkeFall

SY280 Study Guide - Final Guide: Null Hypothesis, Pejorative, Grounded Theory

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14 Dec 2012
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Scientific social laws, testing theories, verstehen (weber, i) Identify both of them: positivist epistemology be able to identify, august comte. In the
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