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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Kingston Hospital Nhs Foundation Trust, Fetus, Primum Non Nocere

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18 Apr 2013
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Respect: for the sincerity and intelligence of people with whom one reasonably disagrees. Securing the safety or well-being of patients: depends on lik
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Slippery Slope, Gene Therapy, Human Enhancement

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18 Apr 2013
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One of the 5 sample questions will be on the midterm. Explain what commercial surrogacy is, and whether it is permitted in canada. Describe the two mai
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Test Case

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18 Apr 2013
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With the rich people going to the private system, they would not be taking up space in the public system, meaning wait times would be shorter in the pu
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Universal Health Care

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18 Apr 2013
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If you set up a process or procedure which is fair, then whatever results from that is a theory of justice. Such as setting up a fair process behind th
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Categorical Imperative, Political Philosophy, Social Contract

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18 Apr 2013
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Descriptive Ethics, Normative Ethics, Trolley Problem

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18 Apr 2013
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Descriptive ethics: what views a person holds. Normative ethics: what views a person should have, this class examines these ethics to decide which ethi
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Canada Health Act, Fetus, Surrogacy

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18 Apr 2013
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Moral feature of pregnancy is that it takes place in women"s bodies and takes a significant effect on their lives. Ethics demands that the effects on t
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DALPHIL 2810Kristin BorgersonWinter

PHIL 2810 Lecture Notes - Leonardo Dicaprio, Loaded Language, Sentience

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18 Apr 2013
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The intentional termination of pregnancy at any stage during the fetus" gestational development. Zygote: from fertilization until implantation (~10 day
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Vasodilation, Methylphenidate, Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor

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18 Apr 2013
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Very rapid tolerance seen in hallucinogenic drugs. If lsd taken again the next day, not very large effects seen: because of this, these drugs are not v
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - 5-Ht Receptor, Partial Agonist, Psilocybin

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18 Apr 2013
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Some of the long-term consequences of heavy marijuana use. Acute effects of marijuana on cognitive function. Know nature of cognitive deficits associat
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Sidestream Smoke, Nicotine Dependence, Tegmentum

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18 Apr 2013
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Not really concerned with background info, statistical methods. More focused on the results and methods. For addiction pathways: mesolimbic dorsal stri
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - International System Of Units, Greyout, Specific Gravity

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17 Apr 2013
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Top 10 alcohol consuming countries in world are in eastern europe. Happens in nature with anything that contains sugar: yeast interact with these sugar
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Opponent Process, Incentive Salience, Mesolimbic Pathway

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17 Apr 2013
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Addiction is a primary, chronic disease of brain reward, motivation, memory and related circuitry. Dysfunction in these circuits leads to characteristi
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Morphine, Neurochemistry, Psychopharmacology

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17 Apr 2013
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The effects of a drug increase when administered repeatedly. Psychostimulants seem to be very prone to this effect. Self-administered drugs seem to oft
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Drug Tolerance, Grapefruit Juice, Hypothermia

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17 Apr 2013
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Age: as you get older, function of the liver decreases, which makes your much more sensitive to drugs that affect your metabolism. Species: not all spe
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Caffeine, Sublingual Administration, Harmine

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17 Apr 2013
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They are any substance that alters the physiology of the body that is not a food or nutrient. Examples: vitamin c in pill form can be considered a drug
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DALNESC 3237Sean BarrettWinter

NESC 3237 Lecture Notes - Nicotinic Acetylcholine Receptor, Vomiting, Behaviour Therapy

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17 Apr 2013
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Recall that consumption is almost exclusively oral: because of this it can be hard to convince rodents to voluntarily drink alcohol. Pin-tailed shrew h
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Lateral Ventricles, Hypertension, Meninges

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17 Apr 2013
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Laterality of vascular disorders on admission to hospital. 56% of stroke patients in hospital are in left hemisphere. Laterality could be explained by
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Motor Skill, Optic Radiation, Internal Jugular Vein

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17 Apr 2013
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - White Matter, Parasomnia, Migraine

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17 Apr 2013
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Model: whole brain radiation after resection of focal tumour in childhood. This method used to be the norm. However many problems with cognition post-t
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Adult Stem Cell, Cerebral Cortex, Medulloblastoma

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17 Apr 2013
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Orienting: spatially uninformative cue - spatially informative cue. 48% of right hemisphere stroke patients have neglect. Severity of neglect predicted
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Impulsivity, Temporal Lobe, Neuropsychological Test

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17 Apr 2013
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How you determine where your current position is relative to your next position. How you get that information comes from self-generated cues. The semic
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Apraxia, Depth Perception, Lobectomy

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17 Apr 2013
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Space perception is understanding what"s around you in space. Kosslyn was the first to describe a laterality in space perception between the two hemisp
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Mild Cognitive Impairment, Entorhinal Cortex, Amnesia

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17 Apr 2013
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Face Perception, Quadrantanopia, Fusiform Gyrus

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17 Apr 2013
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Fusiform gyrus: kind of encroaches on temporal and occipital lobes. Right versus left side comparison shows that amygdala and hippocampus volumes tend
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Motor System, Parietal Lobe, General Idea

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17 Apr 2013
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Spatial neglect is more common and more severe after right parietal lobe lesions. The inferior parietal region is the region that is most usually the m
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Eye Movement, Inductive Reasoning, Superior Temporal Sulcus

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17 Apr 2013
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Inability to process faces and some words: prosopagnosia, and pure alexia. Mr john alden, a stranger in the mirror. Can describe objects in great detai
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Calcarine Sulcus, Meta-Analysis, Fusiform Gyrus

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17 Apr 2013
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Sex differences in the brain parts: planum temporale. Have been studies to look at if the planum temporale is different between genders: results show t
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Null Hypothesis, Spatial Ability, Mental Rotation

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17 Apr 2013
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Research on people having this procedure done will help in determining in which hemisphere is language dominant. In this experiment, images are shown o
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Olfactory Bulb, Commissurotomy, Amobarbital

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17 Apr 2013
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Often used interchangeably, but really not the same. Cerebral asymmetry has to do more with structure than function. While laterality has more to do wi
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Temporal Lobe, Positron Emission Tomography, Corpus Callosotomy

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17 Apr 2013
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Take into account how old she is, how long she"s had them, gender, left-handedness. Note how it"s only the frontal region of the brain that seems to ha
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Eye Contact, Prefrontal Cortex, Amygdala

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17 Apr 2013
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By that i mean it is incorrect. Not a unitary construct: a set of processes. Involve visceral/sensory, perceptual, behavioural, cognitive appraisal (th
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Putamen, Hash Oil, Opiate

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17 Apr 2013
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Most commonly used intoxicating substance over alcohol in some parts of the world (middle eastern countries) It has had a gradual shift in public perce
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Word Stem, Neural Substrate, Basal Ganglia

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17 Apr 2013
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Even with head injuries where there doesn"t appear to be any local damage, disconnection syndromes can still occur. In mild tbi the axons become compac
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Temporal Lobe, Olfaction, Diffusion Mri

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17 Apr 2013
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Orbitofrontal frontal injury is common after blunt head injury. The movement associated with hitting your head can cause the shearing of nerve fibres:
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DALNESC 3227Kim GoodWinter

NESC 3227 Lecture Notes - Parahippocampal Gyrus, Basal Ganglia, Temporal Lobe

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17 Apr 2013
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Had both temporal lobes removed in order to control his epileptic seizures. Couldn"t be controlled by nearly lethal doses of anti-epileptic drugs. Had
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DALBIOL 2020Patrice CoteFall

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Citric Acid, Beta Sheet, Molecular Motor

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26 Nov 2012
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Combination of all chemical reactions that can occur in the cell. A portion of metabolism, a sequence of chemical reactions in which each reaction is c
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DALBIOL 2020Patrice CoteFall

BIOL 2020 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer, Glycerol, Amphiphile

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26 Nov 2012
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A small chain of 3-10 monomers covalently attached to lipids and proteins. Are found near the surface of the cell. They"re like a cell"s id tag: polysa
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DALNESC 2570Stefan KreugerWinter

NESC 2570 Lecture Notes - Sensory Neuron, Pipette, Biological Neural Network

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26 Nov 2012
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Under low frequency stimulation, responses of neurons tend to be stable. However under non-stable conditions, the way we respond to stimulation can cha
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DALNESC 2570Stefan KreugerWinter

NESC 2570 Lecture Notes - Retinoid, Tropomyosin Receptor Kinase A, Taste Bud

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26 Nov 2012
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With five taste receptors: bitter, sour, sweet, umami (is an amino acid receptor, msg, salty. Made up of taste receptor cells: have very short axons, m
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