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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Philip E. Tetlock, James Randi, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform

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Intuition: an effortless, immediate, automatic feeling or though: contrasted with explicit, conscious reasoning, not error free. Overcon dence: we tend
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter Prologue & Appendix: Mary Whiton Calkins, Margaret Floy Washburn, Hermann Von Helmholtz

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25 Nov 2018
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Prologue & appendix b - the story & sub elds of psychology. Aristotle - gave history"s rst full integrated & systematic account of psych. Hermann von h
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neuroglia, Opiate, Dendrite

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25 Nov 2018
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Psychology chapter 2 - biology of the mind. Phrenology: studying bumps on the skull: created by franz gull, localization of function: focus of phrenolo
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Collectivism, Asteroid Family

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20 Nov 2018
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13: the dissolution & loss of relationships: prevalence of divorce divorce is more & more prevalent nowadays, with the united states having noticeably
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter Articles: Affective Forecasting, Impact Bias, Empathy Gap

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20 Nov 2018
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Affective forecasting error: affective forecasting error: tendency to predict that emotional events will cause greater levels of distress & negative af
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Gaslighting, Ego Depletion

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15 Nov 2018
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12: power & violence: social power: the ability to in uence the behaviour of others & to resist their in uenced on us. Nowadays, 90% of women & 87% of
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Nonverbal Communication, Paralanguage, Microexpression

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2 Nov 2018
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5: communication: communication incredibly important in intimate relationships, & is more complex than we usually realize. Couples whose communications
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Agreeableness

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2 Nov 2018
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10: stresses & strains: relational value: the degree to which others consider their relationship with us to be valuable, important, or close. We care d
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Agreeableness, Dysphoria, Parental Investment

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2 Nov 2018
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11: con ict interpersonal con ict: occurs when one"s wishes or actions actually obstruct or impede those of someone else. Is inevitable in close relati
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Social Rejection, Hypergamy

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2 Nov 2018
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52% of canadians fall into this of cial de nition of single. (more inclusive de nition) any person who does not identify as being a member of a committ
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Casual Sex, Safe Sex, Sperm Competition

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2 Nov 2018
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9: sexuality sexuality close romantic relationships often have a sexual component, & our sexual behaviour & sexual satisfaction are often dependent on
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory, Sensory Memory

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2 Nov 2018
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Memory: the persistence of learning over time through encoding, storage & retrieval of info: brain-based, but distributed across a network of locations
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Availability Heuristic, Belief Perseverance, Smart People

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2 Nov 2018
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Cognition: all of the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering & communication. Concept: mental grouping of similar events, obj
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Human Nose, Libido, Behavioral Activation

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22 Oct 2018
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Social Exchange Theory, High High, Forego

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22 Oct 2018
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6: interdependency: social exchange: an economic model of human behaviour in which everyone seeks interactions that provide maximum rewards & minimum c
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Little Albert Experiment, Learning, Classical Conditioning

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18 Oct 2018
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Learning: the process of acquiring new info or behaviours by watching events, others & through language: relatively permanent change in behaviour due t
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Affective Forecasting, Attachment Theory, Extraversion And Introversion

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1 Oct 2018
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1: the building blocks of relationship: we study relationships because they"re important across all age groups, culture, & time. Quality of relationshi
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Ganglion Cell, Visual Cortex, Chemical Change

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1 Oct 2018
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Sensation: process by which our sensory receptors & nervous system receive & represent stimulus energy from our environment. Perception: process of org
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter Notes - Winter 2018 Chapter 3 - Balance theory, Interpersonal attraction, Personal advertisement

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21 Sep 2018
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3: attraction interpersonal attraction: the desire to approach someone. Based on the fundamental assumption that we are attracted to people whose prese
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UVICPSYC 375Danu StinsonWinter

PSYC 375 Chapter 4: PSYC 375 Notes - Ch. 4 PDF

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21 Sep 2018
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4: social cognition: social cognition: the processes of perception & judgement with which we make sense of our social worlds. The cognitive processes t
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Spermarche, Cultural Neuroscience, Observational Error

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17 Sep 2018
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Psychology chapter 4 - nature, nurture & human diversity. Behaviour genetics: the study of our differences & weighing the relative effects of heredity
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UVICPSYC 100AMartin Sherer SmithFall

PSYC 100A Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sleep Deprivation, Cocktail Party, Sensory Deprivation

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10 Sep 2018
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Consciousness: our awareness of ourselves and our environment: helps us cope with novel situations, acts in our long term interest. Changes of consciou
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Transactional Leadership, Social Comparison Theory, Transformational Leadership

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 7 - group in uence: group: 2 or more people who (for longer than a few moments) interact with, de-individuation: the loss of self-awa
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Double Negative, Response Bias, Social Desirability Bias

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 1 - introducing social psychology: social psychology: the scienti c study of how people think about, in uence, & relate to one anothe
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter 2: PDF PSYC 231 Notes - Ch. 2

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27 Jun 2018
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Self-schemas: speci c beliefs by which we de ne ourselves, which help organize & guide processing of self-relevant information: effect how we perceive
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Fundamental Attribution Error, Counterfactual Thinking, Rosy Retrospection

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 3 - social beliefs & judgements: perceiving our social worlds in uenced by 4 factors: Rosy retrospection: we tend to recall past plea
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter 8: PDF PSYC 231 Notes - Ch. 8

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27 Jun 2018
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Altruism: a motive to increase another"s welfare without conscious regard for one"s own self-interest. Psyc 231: chapter 8 - altruism: why we help diff
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Dissonance, Implicit-Association Test, Stanford Prison Experiment

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 4 - behaviour & attitudes: attitude: a favourable or unfavourable evaluative reaction towards something or someone, exhibited in one"
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Subtyping, Gender Role, Stereotype Threat

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 12 - consequences of prejudice: consequences racial & gender prejudice: Also seen in how me judge pictures students see anger as last
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Illusory Correlation, Fundamental Attribution Error, Social Dominance Orientation

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 11 - sources of prejudice: prejudice: a negative pre-judgment of a group & its individual members. Is an attitude composed of a disti
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Poverty Threshold, Peoples Energy, Social Learning Theory

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 9 - aggression: aggression: physical or verbal behaviour intended to hurt someone. (vs. assertiveness: self-assured, energetic & go-g
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Social Comparison Theory, Physical Attractiveness, Normative Social Influence

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 10 - attraction & intimacy: need to belong: a motivation to bond with others in relationships that provide ongoing positive interacti
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter 5: PDF PSYC 231 Notes - Ch. 5

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Psyc 231: chapter 5 - persuasion: persuasion: the process by which a message induces change in beliefs, attitudes, &/or behaviour. Is neither inherentl
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UVICPSYC 231Carrie KobelskySummer

PSYC 231 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Fundamental Attribution Error, Stationary Point, Suggestibility

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27 Jun 2018
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Psyc 231: chapter 6 - conformity: conformity: a change in behaviour or belief to accord with others. Determined whether or not you actually conforming
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UVICPSYC 335YeungSpring

PSYC 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Domain Theory, Twin, Moral Realism

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9 Apr 2018
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Psyc 335 - chapter 14: moral development: morality: Research focuses on 3 facets of morality: (i) affect the moral emotions, such as empathy & sympathy
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UVICPSYC 300BDavid MedlerSpring

PSYC 300B Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Standard Score, Descriptive Statistics, Contingency Table

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9 Apr 2018
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Psyc 300b - chapter 12: analysis of frequency data: frequency data when data are tallies or frequency counts: They are qualitative & represent a nomina
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UVICPSYC 335YeungSpring

PSYC 335- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 24 pages long!)

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29 Mar 2018
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UVICPSYC 385Frederick GrouzetSpring

PSYC 385 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11-15: Collectivism, Sensemaking, Emotional Contagion

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24 Mar 2018
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Psyc 385 - part iii: emotions: emotion: a natural instinctive state of mind derived from a speci c, signi cant life event that represent ef cient modes
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UVICPSYC 335YeungSpring

PSYC 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Ethology, Cortisol, Anomie Belle

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24 Mar 2018
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Infants & child prefer adult features, but adolescences & adults prefer baby-life features. All of these behaviours help to keep the mother near-by: at
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UVICPSYC 335YeungSpring

PSYC 335 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Bootstrapping (Linguistics), Oneword, Syntactic Bootstrapping

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24 Mar 2018
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Encounter & create unique statements everyday, & yet they still make sense & give us little trouble (ii) language variety: there are thousands of diffe
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