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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 3

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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 2

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Chapter 2: touchstones: the origins of psychological thought. Touchstones: touchstone originally referred to stone used to test quality of gold or silv
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UTSCPSYC85H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 1

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Chapter 1: psychology and history: examine variety of ways in which historians have written history, most influential modern history of psychology writ
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 3

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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherSummer

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People express emotions with facial actions, with their voice, with touch, with posture, with their gait.  examples: peace sign, rubbing of one forefi
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 2

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Darwin believed we were similar to lower animals in terms of emotional expressions. Chapter 2 evolution of emotions: he argued that human emotional exp
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UTSCPSYC18H3Michelle HilscherSummer

Chapter 1

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 darwin however stated that humans are descended from other species (we are animals: he observed emotional expressions in nonhuman species as well as
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UTSCGGRA03H3Susannah BunceWinter

Lecture 5

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UTSCPSYC37H3BouffardWinter

Lecture 5

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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 11 readings

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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 10 readings

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Chapter 9: cracks in the foundation- georgina feldberg & robert vipond. I nsuring health (1900-1980: end of wwi, most european nations and england reco
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 9 readings

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Health status: statistics canada: average life expectancy at birth in 1999 was 79 years, women at 81. 7, men at. 6 ways that sex and gender are importa
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 8 readings

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Readings for week 8: social class and health inequalities by julie mcmullin and loraine davies. *ses was used as a proxy, or interchangeably for social
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 7 readings

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Readings for week 7: social determinants of health: an overview of concepts and. Issues by dennis raphael (chapter 5 of staying alive) Rudolph virchow
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Week 6 readings

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Week 6 theories of public policy and health. The politics of health promotion: insights from political theory.  holds that public policy is developed
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

HLTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Welfare Reform

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The right to health: human rights approaches to health. It was reiterated in the 1979 declaration of alma atal and in the world health declaration (by
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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

HLTA02H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neoliberalism

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UTSCHLTA02H3Toba BryantWinter

Lecture 4

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 usually more sensitive during certain times, certain environmental exposures, usually takes longer to catch up.  more common in general behavioural
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 10

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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 9

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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 8

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Chapter 8: representation and organization of knowledge in memory: converging operations: the use of multiple approaches and techniques to address a pr
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Explicit Memory, Metacognition, Procedural Memory

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Levels of processing influence ltm: most information stored in ltm is primarily semantic, evidence for visual encoding, acoustic information can be enc
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 5

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3 common operations of memory: encoding, storage, retrieval: encoding: transform sensory data into a form of mental representation, storage: keep encod
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 3

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Inability to recognize faces damage to some configurational system. Theoretical approaches to perception: direct perception need to perceive anything.
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 2

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Neural structure and function: neurons nervous system. Branches that receive information from other neurons.  axon where signal can be transmitted to
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 1

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Chapter 1 introduction to cognitive psychology: cognitive psychology. The study of how people perceive, learn, remember and think about information. Ph
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 6

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Chapter 6: continuity and change in traits: the roles of genes, environment, and time. Differential continuity in adult years: longitudinal studies sho
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 5

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Chapter 5: five basic traits- in the brain and in behaviour. The many ways to feel bad: measures of chronic anxiety, depression, excessive emotionality
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 4

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Chapter 4: personality traits: fundamental concepts and issues. Individual differences between people in characteristic thoughts, feelings, behaviours.
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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 3

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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

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UTSCPSYB30H3Marc A FournierWinter

Chapter 1

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UTSCENGA11H3Garry LeonardWinter

Lecture 5

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UTSCENGA11H3Garry LeonardWinter

Lecture 3

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UTSCENGA11H3Garry LeonardWinter

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UTSCANTC68H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

Lecture 5

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Cholera: acute intestinal bacterial disease of, vibrio cholerae 01 (classical and el tor biotypes) & 0139, bacteria sensitive to high temperatures, aci
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UTSCANTC68H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

Lecture 4

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Antc68 lecture 4: t ropical i nfectious diseases: malaria. Humid tropics: one of most extensive/diverse biomes, yet one of the most threatened due to d
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UTSCANTC68H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

Lecture 3

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Antc68 lecture 3: epidemics in human h istory. Introducing behavioural and household changes in contexts that lack the infrastructural, structural and
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UTSCANTC68H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

Lecture 2

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Epidemiology: the study of (human) disease, illness, and injury, causes, manifestations, distribution and consequences and the application of this stud
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UTSCANTC68H3Ingrid L.StefanovicWinter

Lecture 1

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Endemic: when infectious/non-infectious disease is present in a population at a relatively constant.  social contexts we created and maintained to all
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