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UTSGBIO120H1Michael ReidWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Cardiac Muscle, Splenectomy, Erythropoietin

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Perform the experiments in physioex lab 5 (cardiovascular physiology). Provide the results requested for each of the following activities and answer th
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UTSGBIO120H1Michael ReidWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Surface Tension, Surface 3, Spirometry

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19 Apr 2013
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Perform the experiments in physioex lab 7 (respiratory system mechanics). Provide the results requested, and answer the questions, for each of the foll
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UTSCEESA10H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

EESA10H3 Lecture Notes - Benzene, Pleiotropy, Due Date

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16 Apr 2013
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Human health and the environment assignment #2. 1 a. ) i. edi air = 1. 50 g/kg*d ii. B. ) i. rmos = 4. 352: an rmos value less than one is considered a
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UTSGBIO120H1Michael ReidWinter

BIO120H1 Lecture Notes - Ringer'S Solution, Calcium Channel Blocker, Oscilloscope

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16 Apr 2013
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Perform the experiments in physioex lab 6 (cardiovascular physiology). Provide the results requested, and answer the questions, for each of the followi
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UTSCANTA02H3M CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Chapter Notes -Original Affluent Society, Relate, International Monetary Fund

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15 Apr 2013
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A thin person is judged to be superior to a heavier person. Children described the thinner figure as friendly, kind, happy and polite while they descri
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UTSGANT100Y1M CummingsWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes -Heredity, Bsc Young Boys, Karl Pearson

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15 Apr 2013
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A thin person is judged to be superior to a heavier person. Children described the thinner figure as friendly, kind, happy and polite while they descri
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UTSGPSY100H1Pare, DwayneWinter

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Soltyrei, Medial Longitudinal Fissure, Radiography

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25 Feb 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Pare, DwayneWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -Neuropsychology, Vocal Folds, Memory Rehearsal

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25 Feb 2013
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Chapter 1 the science of the mind. Everything that we do, everything that we feel or say, depends on our cognition what we know, what we remember and h
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UTSGANT100Y1M CummingsWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Ethnic Group, Kula Ring, Exile Express

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25 Feb 2013
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Chapter 5 - the cultural construction of identity. Whenever we interact with another person, the interaction must be based on some idea of who the othe
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UTSGANT100Y1M CummingsWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Dont, Djembe, Autoimmune Disease

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25 Feb 2013
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Chapter 3 : the social and cultural construction of reality. How can people believe in god when his existence can never be proven. How can they believe
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UTSGANT100Y1M CummingsWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cowry, Body Painting, Coconut Oil

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25 Feb 2013
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The man was laid out on twelve women"s legs with one man at the head because the wido who usually does this was sick. A small lantern was burning and e
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UTSGANT100Y1M CummingsWinter

ANT100Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Samarai, Banana Leaf, Enemy Alien

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25 Feb 2013
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Sociocultural anthropology look beyond the world of everyday experiences to discover the patterns and meaning that lie behind that world. Foucault refe
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

Psychology Notes chapter 8.docx

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9 Dec 2012
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Memory is the cognitive process of encoding, storing and retrieving information. Encoding refers to the active process of putting stimulus information
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UTSCPSYA01H3Steve JoordensFall

Psychology Notes - Chapter 7.docx

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9 Dec 2012
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Lecture Notes - Infertility, Meiosis, Zygote

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9 Dec 2012
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The term species refers to different kinds of organisms, however it is difficult to determine boundaries that separate one kind from another. It is pos
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02- Chapter_52.docx

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9 Dec 2012
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Lecture Notes - Eusociality, Endocrine System, Inclusive Fitness

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9 Dec 2012
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The study of animal behaviour from an evolutionary perspective the hormonal, neuronal, and anatomical mechanisms of a behaviour. An unlearned trait (us
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Lecture Notes - Intraspecific Competition, Secondary Succession, Interspecific Competition

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9 Dec 2012
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The species that live an interact in an area. Ecological communities are not an aggregate unit of organisms that move together when environmental condi
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Lecture Notes - Biogeochemical Cycle, Smog, Convection Zone

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9 Dec 2012
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Unlike energy, which is lost as it travels up the trophic levels; chemical compounds remain unchanged and can be reused, in processes which are often c
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Lecture Notes - Conservation Biology, Habitat Destruction, Species Richness

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9 Dec 2012
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Conservation biology: an applied scientific discipline devoted to preserving the diversity of life on. Human interference with different habitats and e
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UTSCBIOA02H3Mary OlavesonFall

BIOA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 54: Life Table, Electronic Tagging, Introduced Species

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9 Dec 2012
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Population structure: the age distribution of individuals in a population and the ways those the individuals of a species within a given area individua
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

PSYB10H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Availability Heuristic, A Marriage Proposal, Thought Suppression

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9 Dec 2012
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People typically size up new situations very quickly. They figure out who is there, what is happening, and what might happen next. You reach conclusion
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UTSCPSYB10H3Elizabeth Page- GouldFall

PSYB10H3 Lecture Notes - Universal Property, Terror Management Theory, The Technique

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9 Dec 2012
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We think of social influence as direct attempts at persuasion, whereby one person deliberately tries to change another person"s behaviour. The power of
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - General Paresis Of The Insane, Biology Of Depression, Medicare (Canada)

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5 Nov 2012
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Psychopathology is the field that is concerned with the nature and development of abnormal behavior, thoughts and feelings. All of us bring to the stud
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Critical Role, Mull, Confounding

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5 Nov 2012
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Science is the pursuit of systemized knowledge through observation. Refers to both to a method and to a goal. Always important for scientific observati
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Binge Eating, Psychogenic Amnesia, Construct Validity

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5 Nov 2012
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Disorder must be categorized correctly before its causes and treatments can be found. If one research group has found a successful treatment for depres
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Contrive, Parietal Lobe, Psychopathy

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5 Nov 2012
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Clinical assessment procedures are more or less formal ways of finding out what is wrong with a person, what may have caused the problem or problems an
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisWinter

Behavior Modificationsch12.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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Four behavioral procedures modeling, instructions, rehearsal and feedback used together in training sessions to help a person acquire useful skills. Te
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modifications ch11.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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A complex behavior requires multiple component behaviors that occur in a sequence called a behavioral chain. You want a piece of chewing gum: reach int
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modification ch8.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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Operant behaviors are controlled by their consequences; operant conditioning involves the manipulation of consequences. Respondent behaviors are contro
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modification - chapter 7.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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Operant behavior is strengthened when it is followed by a reinforcing consequence; it is weakened when the reinforcing consequence no longer follows th
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modificatio ch6.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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A person engages in a behavior and there was an immediate consequence that made it unlikely that the person would engage in the behavior again. Kathy r
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modification.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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Reinforcement is the process by which behavior is strengthened by the immediate consequence that reliably follows it occurrence. The cat example with t
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behaviour Modification ch3.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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UTSCPSYB45H3Konstantine ZakzanisSummer

Behavior Modification ch1-2.docx

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4 Apr 2012
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Behavior is what people do and say. Involves a person"s actions and is described with action words ex. Jennifer screamed at her mother, ran upstairs an
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UTSCRLGA02H3David PerleyFall

World Religions - Ch.1

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8 Dec 2011
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Managment - Chapter 2

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8 Dec 2011
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Management Notes Chapter 5

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8 Dec 2011
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Managment - Chapter 6

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8 Dec 2011
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UTSCMGTA01H3Chris BovairdFall

Managment - Chapter 3+4

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8 Dec 2011
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