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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Lecture Notes - Epidemiology, Leukemia, Electromagnetic Spectrum

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Smoking and driving are much more dangerous then exposures to low levels of. The electromagnetic spectrum is divided into three segments with visible l
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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

chapter 17 enviro

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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Lecture Notes - Risk Assessment, Goal Setting, Antiscience

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Chapter 14: the precautionary principle: a guide for protecting public health and the environment: Many environmental impacts of human activities canno
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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Lecture Notes - Epidemiology, Hydrology

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The basic model, partitions risk assessment into four steps: hazard identification, dose-response modeling, exposure assessment and risk characterizati
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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Disorder, Carcinogen, Neurofibrillary Tangle

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Metals are notable for their wide environmental dispersion from such activity; their tendency to accumulate in select tissue of the body; and their ove
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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelSummer

ENH 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Influenza-Like Illness, Bronchitis, Internal Combustion Engine

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As a result of epidiemics, scientisits increased attention to the health effects of air pollution- identifiying specific pollutant sources and their tr
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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelSummer

ENH 121 Lecture Notes - Membrane Transport Protein, Hypospadias, Neuron

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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Lecture Notes - Protozoa, Constipation, Hemoglobin

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RYERSONENH 121Marla SpergelFall

ENH 121 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Environmental Hazard, Exposure Assessment, Meteorology

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Narcissism, Zoophilia, Ejaculation

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Chapter 14: sexual and gender identity disorders: sexual and gender identity disorder: full range of human sexual thoughts, feelings and actions that a
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Dysphoria, Reduced Properties, Life Review

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Histrionic Personality Disorder, Interpersonal Relationship, Neuroticism

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Chapter 13: personality disorders: personality disorder (pds): a heterogeneous group of disorders that are coded on axis ii of the dsm. Individuals wou
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Twin Study, Grandiose Delusions, Biopsychosocial Model

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Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder characterized by major disturbances in thought, emotion, and behaviour: disordered thinking in which ideas are no
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Motor Coordination, Twin, Palpitations

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Psychoeducation, Reduced Affect Display, Seasonal Affective Disorder

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Mood disorders: involve disabling disturbances in emotion, from the sadness of depression to the elation and irritability of mania. Depression: an emot
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Child Abuse, Borderline Personality Disorder, Serotonin Receptor Agonist

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These disorders only appeared in the dsm for the first time in 1980 as one subcategory of disorders beginning in childhood or adolescence. Stat canada
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Twin Study, General Idea, Stroop Effect

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Somatoform and dissociative disorders are related to anxiety disorders in that, in early versions of the dsm, all these disorders were subsumed under t
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Random Assignment, Blind Experiment, Psychopathology

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There is less than total agreement about how ab beh ought to be studied and what are the facts of the field. Science is the pursuit of systematized kno
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

clinical assessment

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Inter-rater reliability: refers to the degree to which two independent observers or judges agree. Test-retest reliability: measures the extent to which
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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Intermittent Explosive Disorder, Dissociative Disorder, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm) now in its 4th edition, commonly referred to as dsm iv or dsm iv-tr. Bloodletting was part
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Personality Disorder, Rein, Caudate Nucleus

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Paradigm- the conceptual framework or approach within which the scientist works. A paradigm is a set of basic assumptions that outline the particular u
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Hybrid Zone, Genetic Drift, Mate Choice

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Each of the three agrees that species are evolutionarily independent units that are isolated by lack of gene flow, but each employs a different criteri
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Thermoregulation, Advantageous, Parasitoid

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The branch of evolutionary biology that attempts to make sense of the diversity in. Fig 13. 2 shows how a female opossum got her energy at different st
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Damselfly, Parental Investment, Internal Fertilization

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Genetic Variation, Earwax, Directional Selection

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Integrase, Memory T Cell, World Health Organization

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1. 1- the natural history of the hiv/aids epidemic. Hiv initiates its replication phase by latching onto two proteins on the surface of a host cell. Hi
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Mendelian Inheritance, Quantitative Genetics, Phenotypic Trait

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Quantitative genetics- the branch of evolutionary biology that provides tools for analyzing the evolution. 9. 1- the nature of quantitative traits: qua
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Goose Bumps, Aquatic Animal, Dna Replication

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The graph below shows the beak lengths in a soapberry bug population in florida from 1880 to 1980. Identify the environmental factors that lead to chan
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Natural Experiment, Equilibrium Point, Heritability

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Female gloo-birds prefer to mate with red males, and hardly ever mate with yellow males. It shows that evolutionarily advanced species change more duri
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Convergent Evolution, Eukaryote, Nuclear Membrane

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The evolutionary history of a group of species is called it phylogeny and a phylogenetic tree is a graphical summary of this history. An evolutionary t
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Genetic Drift, Silene Vulgaris, Gene Flow

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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Genotype Frequency, Mutation Rate, Selection Coefficient

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Mendelian genetics in populations i: selection and mutation as mechanisms of. Mendelian genetics in populations: the hardy-weinberg equilibrium princip
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbySummer

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Pyrimidine, Speciation, Messenger Rna

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Chapter 5: mutation and genetic variation (pages 143 163) The genetic variation that natural selection and other evolutionary forces act on originates
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - Archaeopteryx, Vestigiality, Goose Bumps

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Bgyb51: chapter 2 (pages 37 49 and 53 65) The pattern of evolution: the first scientist to give a definition of species, john ray, states that . These
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RYERSONBLG 151Margaret BuckbyFall

BLG 151 Lecture Notes - The Scientists, Antirrhinum, Meiosis

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Artificial selection: domestic animals and plants: to increase the frequency of desirable traits in their stocks, plant and animal breeders employ arti
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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Dyskinesia, Sexual Attraction, Catecholamine

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Chapter 18 the treatment of mental disorders. Mental disorders and psychotherapy: 4 basic approaches to treatment of mental disorders, insight therapie
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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Operational Definition, Inter-Rater Reliability, Confounding

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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

consciousness

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Do not have methods to study it yet. Poorly defined third position is that consciousness is produced by activity of brain and that we should be optimis
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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Spatial Memory, Episodic Memory, Limbic System

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Memory cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information. Encoding process by which sensory information is converted into a form that c
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RYERSONPSY 102Margaret BuckbyFall

PSY 102 Lecture Notes - Motor System, Phi Phenomenon, Benjamin Lee Whorf

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Primary function of senses is to guide behaviour. First level located in occipital lobe, surrounds primary visual cortex. Second level divided into 2 p
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