OC789989

University of Ottawa

Elite Note Taker
189Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (189)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Three Fs, Homicide, Descriptive Statistics

OC78998912 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Homicide, Infant Mortality, Cardiovascular Disease

OC7899893 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
Making medicare: the history of health care in canada video. First world war special federal healthcare program created to care for ill or wounded vete
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Descriptive Statistics, Convenience Sampling, Convergent Validity

OC7899893 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
How data are collected and analyzed play an important role in the success of a health program: the quality of your program is only as good as the tools
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Mysociety, Swot Analysis, Literature Review

OC7899893 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
Careful and deliberate planning is required to develop a strong foundation for an effective health program that maximized outcomes. Create rationale (w
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Health Promotion, Photovoice, Delphi Method

OC7899893 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
Unmet health and healthcare needs of a population. Difference between present health situation and a more desirable one. Important to consider actual n
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4101Norma FreemanSpring

HSS 4101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Smart Criteria, Traffic Collision

OC7899893 Page
7 Apr 2018
0
Lecture 5 purpose of the health program. Might also reflect the philosophy and values of the program. Where the program will be in the future. Broad st
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO1300- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

OC78998938 Page
29 Mar 2018
0
He was a young naturalist who toured the world on a boat. The beagles are royal vessels supposed to bring back goods and resources but also spread the
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 3102Yaroslav KonarWinter

PSY3102- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

OC78998927 Page
29 Mar 2018
0
Involves formulating specific questions and then systematically finding answers. Similar to the assignment that you will be doing, except you don"t do
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO1300- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 38 pages long!)

OC78998938 Page
16 Feb 2018
0
He was a young naturalist who toured the world on a boat. The beagles are royal vessels supposed to bring back goods and resources but also spread the
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Primary Sensory Areas, Frontal Lobe, Parietal Lobe

OC7899893 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
Most complex biological entity in known universe. 100 billion neurons + 1 trillion glia" support cells. Brain stem: automatic functions (breathing, tem
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Stratum Spinosum, Stratum Corneum, Muscular Layer

OC7899896 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
Vertebrate tetrapod (4-legged creatures) we are bipedal versions of them. Evolution of tetrapods from fish to amphibian. Amphibians live in both aquati
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Naked Mole-Rat, Subcutaneous Tissue, Sebaceous Gland

OC7899895 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
The human animal lecture 3 part 2 the human skin. We have it isolated in different parts of the body. We retain the hair but they have become so fine t
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Human Skin Color, Melanosome, Dark Skin

OC7899895 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
Evolution of use of clothing in naked humans body lice relationship remerged when we started wearing clothing again. Evolution of loss of hair, and evo
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Homo Ergaster, Homo Rudolfensis, Australopithecine

OC7899896 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
Humans and chimps/bonobos share 95% of our dna in common. The 5% is responsible for the important difference in body, brains, and behaviours. Commonali
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Homo Sapiens, Hominidae, Order Of Friars Minor Capuchin

OC7899895 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
An analogy of a 12-hour clock representing the history of the earth over 5 billion years. Big time period where first forms of life had evolved and the
View Document
UOTTAWABIO 1300Adam Oliver Brown Winter

BIO 1300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Ecology, Organism, Absolute Dating

OC7899896 Page
12 Feb 2018
0
He was a young naturalist who toured the world on a boat. The beagles are royal vessels supposed to bring back goods and resources but also spread the
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 3102Yaroslav KonarWinter

PSY 3102 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery, Dependent And Independent Variables, Mate Choice

OC78998912 Page
1 Feb 2018
0
Interdependence: mutual ability to affect each other"s outcomes: how often you see them, different in every relationship. Duration of contact: how long
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 3102Yaroslav KonarWinter

PSY 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Facial Symmetry, Zygomatic Bone, Physical Attractiveness

OC7899895 Page
1 Feb 2018
0
Physical attraction comes before an intimate relationship. Humans search out features that have the most adaptive value. Colour red makes women sexier
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 3102Yaroslav KonarWinter

PSY 3102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Online Dating Service, Surveymonkey, Inter-Rater Reliability

OC7899897 Page
1 Feb 2018
0
Interdependence: mutual ability to affect each other"s outcomes: how often you see them, different in every relationship. Duration of contact: how long
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Study Guide - Final Guide: Normative Social Influence, Stanley Milgram, Relational Aggression

OC78998916 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
A change in behaviour due to the influence of other people. Jim jones and the peoples temple : 800 followers committed suicide, he built a following an
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Umwelt, Cyborg, Instrumental And Value Rationality

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Lecture 13: socially disembodied and embodied modes of. Technocratic mode of being reveals ways of being that are scientifically and technologically-en
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ontic, Stimulus Modality, Immanence

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Ontic, Martin Heidegger

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Lecture 11: the collective they-self ontological understanding of our collective ways of being. Ontology = the study of the nature and meaning of being
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Ultimate Attribution Error, Realistic Conflict Theory, Stereotype

OC7899892 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Within a given culture these pictures tend to be remarkably similar. E. g. , a high school cheerleader, a jewish doctor, a new york cab driver, a black
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Relational Aggression, Cognitive Dissonance, Sigmund Freud

OC7899894 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Lecture 9: aggression and why we hurt others. Anger: an intense emotional response to perception of having one"s basic boundaries violated: an emotiona
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2110Mariusz Michal ZadragFall

PSY 2110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Normative Social Influence, William Calley, Orson Welles

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
A change in behaviour due to the influence of other people. Jim jones and the peoples temple : 800 followers committed suicide, he built a following an
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thrifty Phenotype, Attributable Risk, Gestational Diabetes

OC78998944 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Abnormal size of a child at birth as the result of adverse exposures in the intrauterine environment is correlated with an increased risk of adverse he
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Eustress, Cascade Reaction, Adrenal Gland

OC7899896 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
An adaptive response to a situation that is perceived as challenging or threatening to the person"s well-being. This reaction can be either good or bad
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Mental Disorder, Substance Abuse, Bipolar Disorder

OC7899894 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Genetics (heredity- susceptibility): mental illness itself occurs from the interaction of multiple genes and other factors. - such as stress, abuse, or
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Hypertension, Apolipoprotein E, Amnesia

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Alzheimer"s disease is an irreversible progressive brain disease that slowly destroys memory and thinking skills. There are two types of alzheimer"s ea
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Non-Alcoholic Fatty Liver Disease, Peripheral Artery Disease, Coronary Artery Disease

OC7899896 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
People who are in the worst state, get the most. Helps to prevent and manage many chronic diseases. Increasing exercise participation: exercise is like
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Methylation, Germ Cell Tumor, Paracrine Signalling

OC7899896 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Cancer can be seen as a disease of development. The somatic mutation hypothesis is only a small part of cancer development in that mutations may not be
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Regenerative Fuel Cell, Insulin Receptor, Cellular Respiration

OC7899894 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Birth Weight, Prenatal Development, Human Chorionic Gonadotropin

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Lecture 13: the developmental origin of adult diseases. Intrinsic bad genes: traumatic bad luck. They thought genetics was the key to diseases like hyp
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Endocrine Disruptor, Testicular Cancer, Phytoestrogens

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
More than 160 lipids from 100 plants have estrogenic activity. Phytoestrogens are found in soybeans, chickpeas, barley, flaxseeds and broccoli. The rhi
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Endocrine Disruptor, Estrogen Receptor, Xenoestrogen

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Endocrine disruption is one of the most controversial areas of teratology. Hormonally active compounds alter gene expression during early development i
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Glyphosate, Coeliac Disease, Cytochrome P450

OC7899893 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
It is an important compound involved in development but can disrupt it if it is in the wrong amount or at the wrong times. Ra is important for the form
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Dysplasia, Teratology, Conceptus

OC7899894 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
View Document
UOTTAWAHSS 4102Ron SaulnierFall

HSS 4102 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Birth Weight, Oxidative Stress, Blood Pressure

OC7899894 Page
11 Dec 2017
0
Abnormal size of a child at birth as the result of adverse exposures in the intrauterine environment is correlated with an increased risk of adverse he
View Document
UOTTAWAPSY 2105Caroline SullivanFall

PSY 2105 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Moro Reflex, Primitive Reflexes, Motor Skill

OC78998911 Page
4 Dec 2017
0
View Document