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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Voiced Labiodental Fricative, Complementary Distribution, Deep Structure And Surface Structure

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25 Feb 2016
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Articulatory descriptions are comprised of two main criteria: what happens to airflow during the production of a particular sound = Manner (rows on ipa
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WESTERNPsychology 2800EProf.M.Penner- WilgerWinter

Psychology 2800E Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Caffeine, Railways Act 1921

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19 Feb 2016
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Allows us to examine the effects of two or more ivs at the same time. Factorial means that all possible combinations of all levels of each iv are exami
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WESTERNPsychology 2800EProf.M.Penner- WilgerWinter

Psychology 2800E Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Erectile Dysfunction, Random Assignment, Cirrhosis

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19 Feb 2016
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2(make of car: bmw, audi) within subjects design with jerkiness as dv operationally defined as total jerk score (# of jerk behaviours from checklist) D
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WESTERNPsychology 2800EProf.M.Penner- WilgerWinter

Psychology 2800E Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Inter-Rater Reliability, Concurrent Validity, Face Validity

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19 Feb 2016
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Carry-over effect: effect that carries over from one condition to another. Whenever you have a within subjects design, there is a possibility of carry-
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WESTERNPsychology 2800EProf.M.Penner- WilgerWinter

Psychology 2800E Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Theoretical Definition, Operational Definition, Covariance

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19 Feb 2016
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Characteristic of interest that varies in the study (has at least two levels/values) Depends on what and who you are studying. The variable(s) that is
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WESTERNPsychology 2800EProf.M.Penner- WilgerWinter

Psychology 2800E Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Confirmation Bias, Availability Heuristic, Cognitive Bias

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19 Feb 2016
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Science (better for empirical science and controlled experiments can exclude cofounds) Use of systematic empiricism (collect data; observations are str
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Canadian English, Phoneme, Joule

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19 Feb 2016
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Data Analysis

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19 Feb 2016
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: English Compound, Rhoticity In English, Endocentric And Exocentric

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19 Feb 2016
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture 3: Week 3: Distinctions within a Community

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19 Feb 2016
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Looking at norms (non-mobile, older, rural, male) o o o o o. Only lived in one place for most their lives. Flashcards of images used o o o o o. Borrowi
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: African American Vernacular English, Isogloss, Dialectology

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19 Feb 2016
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British vs. canadian vs. usa o o o o. Regional, phonetic, or phonological differences (most times categorical) Be (british english) -> she has just lef
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WESTERNLinguistics 1028A/BProf.S.KellyWinter

Linguistics 1028A/B Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Max Weinreich, Ethnolect, Sociolect

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19 Feb 2016
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