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UTSGPSY434H1Maja DjikicFall

Lecture 3 - PSY434

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27 Sep 2011
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UTSGPSY434H1Maja DjikicFall

Lecture 2 - PSY434

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27 Sep 2011
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Sept 19, 2011: campbell - myth is like a public dream, dream is a private myth. Jung"s archetype - potentiality to act in a certain way when faced with
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Adrenal Medulla, Allostatic Load, Tachycardia

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26 Jul 2011
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Lecture 5 stress and moderators of stressful experience. Stress: usually a negative emotional experience, predictable factors: biochemical, physiologic
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UTSGPSY333H1Nevena SimicSummer

PSY333H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Corneal Reflex, Pharyngeal Reflex, Pain Tolerance

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26 Jul 2011
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Case study: miss c: normally developed (average intelligence, never felt pain as a child o o o. Bit off the tip of her tongue while chewing food. 3rd d
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UTSGPSY230H1Maja DjikicFall

Study Guide for Maslow and Rogers

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27 Jun 2011
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UTSGRLG210Y1Joseph BryantFall

Study Guide for Test 1

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27 Jun 2011
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Lectu re 1: sociology study of religion made up of, social factors of religious beliefs, actions, significance of religion in social life and history,
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UTSGRLG210Y1Joseph BryantFall

Lecture 9

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27 Jun 2011
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Providence the conviction that mans existence has infinite value. That god reaches down and helps you. The universe watches us and we have infinite val
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UTSGRLG210Y1Joseph BryantWinter

RLG210Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Richard Bulliet, New Religious Movement, Hierarchical Organization

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27 Jun 2011
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Importance of religiousity determined systems of life-regulation for economics. Humans seek supernatural support and aid to prosper and have a long ear
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanSummer

History Methods to Post

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27 Jun 2011
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Lecture 2 notes history methods to post. Barriers against psychology: descartes : 1600s o o o o. 1600s = people started to invent things during this ti
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanSummer

Emotion

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27 Jun 2011
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanSummer

Social Psychology

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27 Jun 2011
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Lecture 8 social psychology (little from lecture 7) Continued for lecture 7 - disorders and treatments. "talk therapy" - importance of common factors:
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanSummer

Human Development

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27 Jun 2011
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanSummer

Lecture 1 Notes

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27 Jun 2011
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Constructed by our brains as artists (version of the world) We regularly make errors in the construction process and by understanding this we can impro
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerWinter

Lecture Notes until March 23rd. The first post apparently didn't show anything. So sorry!

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15 Apr 2011
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There is a sympathetic vibration within the instrument which gives a sense of the sound growing and flowing. Soft>>>loud: motivation behind modern pian
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerWinter

Lecture Notes until March 23rd. The first post apparently didn't show anything. So sorry!

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There is a sympathetic vibration within the instrument which gives a sense of the sound growing and flowing. Soft>>>loud: motivation behind modern pian
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UTSGMUS111H1Joshua PilzerWinter

Lecture Notes until March 23rd. The first post apparently didn't show anything. So sorry!

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15 Apr 2011
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There is a sympathetic vibration within the instrument which gives a sense of the sound growing and flowing. Soft>>>loud: motivation behind modern pian
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 9 - Behavior Rhythms & Sleep and Emotions

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15 Apr 2011
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 7 - Sexual Behavior

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15 Apr 2011
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 7 - Motor Control

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15 Apr 2011
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 6 - Sensory Processing II

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15 Apr 2011
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Taste stimuli: the basic taste stimuli o o o o o. Umami = the taste of meat (savory: tongue o o o o. Circumvallate papillae - largest, found at back of
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 5 - Sensory Processing

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15 Apr 2011
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Intro to sensory systems: five classic senses o o o o o. Touch: more like 5 groups of sensations. Proprioception - ability to sense the position of bod
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 4 - Neurochemistry continued

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15 Apr 2011
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Excitatory (allows na+ and some k+ in: nicotinic receptors o o. Will only feel effects of nicotine if goes into the brain. Ex = ventral tegmental area,
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

Lecture 3 - Neurochemistry

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15 Apr 2011
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Neurotransmitter-receptor interactions: receptor act as >> lock, neurotransmitter >> key. Simplest receptor b/c they directly control ion channel. When
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UTSGPSY290H1Franca PlacenzaWinter

PSY290H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Psy, Myelin, Membrane Potential

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15 Apr 2011
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