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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Equal Exchange, Heterosexuality, Essentialism

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10 Apr 2017
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By 18 months, children can pass the mark test, 3-4 month old will show little interest in the test, 10 month old reaches for reflected toy. E(cid:454)p
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Kibbutz, Margaret Mead, John Bowlby

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10 Apr 2017
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Temperament is the style of responding to the environment. Measurable attributes include; fearful distress (adjustment to new situation), irritability
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

[PSY220H1] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes fot the exam (42 pages long!)

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30 Mar 2017
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We are social creatures reflects the importance of social psychology. We have a relatively larger neocortex i. e. outermost layer of the brain which is
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

[PSY210H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (25 pages long)

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30 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Group Polarization, Space Shuttle Challenger Disaster, Rogers Commission Report

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11 Mar 2017
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A group"s pres(cid:272)riptio(cid:374) for the (cid:271)eha(cid:448)ior (cid:448)alues a(cid:374)d (cid:271)eliefs of its (cid:373)e(cid:373)(cid:271)e
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 - Aggression and Prosocial Behavior

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11 Mar 2017
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0. 40 for fraternal twins: amygdala stimulating amygdala can lead to aggression. This is an important social region of the brain e. g. allows us to int
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Display Rules, American Sign Language, Paul Ekman

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11 Mar 2017
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture 6: Lecture 6

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11 Mar 2017
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Cognitive development childhood: piaget: preoperational stage (2-7 years, egocentrism: own view = others, piaget and inheleder"s spatial egocentrism st
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

[PSY220H1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 33 pages long Study Guide!

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7 Feb 2017
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We are social creatures reflects the importance of social psychology. We have a relatively larger neocortex i. e. outermost layer of the brain which is
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UTSGECO100Y1Avi CohenWinter

[ECO100Y1] - Midterm Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (11 pages long)

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6 Feb 2017
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Gdp concepts measure the value of al final products and services produced annually in a country. Nominal gdp combines charges in prices and quantities.
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Voice-Onset Time, Speech Perception, Baby Talk

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5 Feb 2017
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Possession of a human brain is not enough for language development children also need exposure to other people speaking the language. In all societies,
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gossip, Dispositio, Evolutionary Psychology

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5 Feb 2017
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At 8 months of age, we display a fear of strangers. We are all offspring of hominids that had lived in africa. Darwinian natural selection; heritable,
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fundamental Attribution Error, Confirmation Bias, Belief Perseverance

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5 Feb 2017
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A q/a session i. e. you have a question which you intend to answer. Without a question, there is no answer logical flow of scientific research. A quest
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Hazel Rose Markus, Kurt Lewin, Semantic Network

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5 Feb 2017
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Who we are, and how this is influenced by the social world. Self-regulation how do we maintain our emotions. Self-presentation how we monitor how we pr
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Cognitive Dissonance, Asian Canadians, Implicit-Association Test

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5 Feb 2017
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A like (positively valenced) or dislike (negatively valenced) that influences our behavior toward someone or something. Affective what you feel about s
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Color Vision, Behavioral Enrichment, Amblyopia

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5 Feb 2017
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Kitten visual cortex shut one eye other eye takes over because input came from one eye, so a specific part of the brain was only responsive. Part of yo
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Naturalistic Observation, Family Resemblance, Structured Interview

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5 Feb 2017
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Start with a research question and how feasible it is to conduct an experiment based on this research question e. g. raising a baby on an island. Metho
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Mendelian Inheritance, Monoamine Oxidase A, Karyotype

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5 Feb 2017
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Nature and nurture: heredity and environment influence everything. Interaction between genes and experience is complex: genotype i(cid:374)di(cid:448)i
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UTSGECO101H1Avi CohenWinter

ECO100Y1 Lecture 13: Lecture 13

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5 Feb 2017
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Gdp concepts measure the value of al final products and services produced annually in a country. Nominal gdp combines charges in prices and quantities.
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UTSGECO101H1Avi CohenWinter

ECO100Y1 Lecture 14: Lecture 14

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5 Feb 2017
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Healthy and unhealthy unemployment the unemployment rate measures the percentage of the labour force who are out of work and activel searching for jobs
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Prosocial Behavior, Cultural Intelligence, Social Perception

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15 Jan 2017
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We are social creatures reflects the importance of social psychology. We have a relatively larger neocortex i. e. outermost layer of the brain which is
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UTSGPSY220H1Amanda SharplesWinter

PSY220H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: James W. Pennebaker, Unconscious Mind, Social Forces

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15 Jan 2017
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Social psychology is a science that studies the influences of or situations, with specific emphasis on how we view and affect one another. Social psych
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Romanian Orphans, Tabula Rasa, Noble Savage

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15 Jan 2017
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UTSGPSY210H1Amy FinnWinter

PSY210H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Romanian Orphans, Tabula Rasa, Sigmund Freud

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15 Jan 2017
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UTSGECO105Y1Avi CohenFall

ECO105Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Marginal Revenue Productivity Theory Of Wages, Marginal Revenue, Economic Rent

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15 Jan 2017
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Incomes are determined by prices and quantities in input markets, where households supply business labor, capital, land, and entrepreneurship in exchan
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UTSGECO105Y1Avi CohenFall

ECO105Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Passive Smoking, Social Cost, Marginal Cost

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15 Jan 2017
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UTSGECO105Y1Avi CohenFall

ECO105Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Natural Monopoly, State Ownership, Market Failure

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15 Jan 2017
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Sometimes markets fail failure to produce an efficient outcome (waste, unused outcome) O(cid:374)e (cid:449)a(cid:455) i(cid:374) (cid:449)hi(cid:272)h
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UTSGPSY230H1Dan DoldermanFall

PSY230H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Karen Horney, Carl Jung, Erik Erikson

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8 Dec 2016
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Psychoanalytic view of hate: sigmund freud; A death instinct that everyone has thanatos leaning towards self-destructive behaviors. Defense mechanisms
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UTSGPSY260H1Suzanne WoodFall

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Episodic Memory, Eyeblink Conditioning, Prefrontal Cortex

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3 Dec 2016
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Imitation is the most important way in which youngsters learn about their world. I(cid:374)fa(cid:374)ts start to sa(cid:455) (cid:858)(cid:449)h(cid:4
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UTSGBIO120H1Spencer C H BarrettFall

[BIO120H1] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (55 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
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Dobzhansky began analyzing the genes of wild fruit flies, traveling from canada to mexico to catch members of the species drosophila pseudoobscura. He
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UTSGPSY290H1Junchul KimFall

PSY290H1 Study Guide - Comprehensive Final Guide: Homeostasis, Testicular Atrophy, Inferior Colliculus

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29 Nov 2016
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Comparing the two dorsolateral motor pathways and the two ventromedial motor. Pathways: both have axon tracts descending into spinal cord and brain ste
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UTSGPSY290H1Junchul KimFall

PSY290H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Circadian Rhythm, Non-Rapid Eye Movement Sleep, Immunosuppression

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27 Nov 2016
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Chapter 14 sleep, dreaming, and circadian rhythms. Stage 2; higher amplitude, lower frequency, two wave forms i. e. k complexes and sleep spindles. Sta
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UTSGPSY230H1Dan DoldermanFall

PSY230H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Bernard Lown, Borderline Personality Disorder, Gordon Allport

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27 Nov 2016
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Chapter 12 stress, adjustment, and health differences. Considering personality in an applied sphere, we are following kurt lewin, gordon. Franz alexand
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UTSGPSY260H1Suzanne WoodFall

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Vocal Learning, Frontal Lobe, Homicide

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27 Nov 2016
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Dolphin that imitated or carried out actions based on the feedback it got from a chimpanzee. Social learning situations in which the learner monitors e
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UTSGPSY260H1Suzanne WoodFall

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Papez Circuit, Learned Helplessness, Classical Conditioning

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27 Nov 2016
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Chapter 10 emotional influences on learning and memory. Some emotional responses are innate, some are learned. Emotion is a cluster of three distinct b
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UTSGPSY290H1Junchul KimFall

PSY290H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone, Anterior Pituitary, Sex Steroid

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27 Nov 2016
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Mamawawa you start to see maleness and femaleness as discrete. Endocrine glands; pineal, hypothalamus, pituitary, thyroid, parathyroid, thymus, adrenal
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UTSGPSY201H1Christine BurtonFall

PSY201H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Pooled Variance, Null Hypothesis, Variance

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24 Nov 2016
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UTSGECO105Y1Avi CohenFall

ECO105Y1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sildenafil, Invisible Hand, Oligopoly

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21 Nov 2016
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Monopoly; when you are the only seller of a product or service no other substitutes e. g. you are the only employee available to work. You have market
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UTSGPSY260H1Suzanne WoodFall

PSY260H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Grey Matter, Deep Brain Stimulation, Substantia Nigra

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20 Nov 2016
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Focus on shifts in how individuals improve skills with practice instead of trial-by-trial changes. A skill becomes a motor program or habit. If stimulu
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UTSGPSY290H1Junchul KimFall

PSY290H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Melanocortin, Conditioned Taste Aversion, Lipolysis

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19 Nov 2016
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Body(cid:859)s e(cid:374)ergy (cid:271)elo(cid:449) opti(cid:373)al le(cid:448)el or set poi(cid:374)t you eat. Primary purpose of hunger is to increas
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