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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Parasympathetic Nervous System, Counterfactual Thinking, Affective Forecasting

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How individuals think about and perceive other people. Not enough research on the other potential universal expressions. Multple choice (approx 25 ques
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nonverbal Communication, Fundamental Attribution Error, Fritz Heider

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26 Feb 2016
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You end up thinking about it more as you try not to think about it. We think about them more because of this system. The monitor has to keep it in thou
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Confirmation Bias

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26 Feb 2016
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Studies the thoughts, feelings, and behaviour of individuals. What makes people act as they do in social contacts. Friendship, romantic attraction, emo
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Social Comparison Theory, Motivation, Playstation 4

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26 Feb 2016
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Choose an article from a newspaper or magazine (online is fine, published before nov 15th. Describe how a concept from social psychology could contribu
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Random Assignment, Confirmation Bias, Operationalization

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26 Feb 2016
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The social context has the most powerful effect on behaviour. The way people personally interpret their social situations often influences behaviour mo
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Representativeness Heuristic, Operationalization

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26 Feb 2016
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Look at how being older or younger affects the size of your social group. Info would be interesting, even though not causation. P. g 63 - study looked
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SFUPSYC 260Lisa DroogendykSpring

PSYC 260 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Normative Social Influence, Social Influence, Norm (Social)

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26 Feb 2016
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Describe how concepts from social psych could contribute to our understanding of a magazine or news article. What we perceive to be acceptable (normal)
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SFUPSYC 280Neil WatsonSpring

PSYC 280 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Blood Vessel, Fail-Safe, Reuptake

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26 Feb 2016
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Know the two main amino acids - gaba, glutemate gaba: inhibitory, glutemate: excitatory. Know their category, what they do, where they are found. Insid
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SFUPSYC 280Neil WatsonSpring

PSYC 280 Midterm: Midterm

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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronSpring

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Orality

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26 Feb 2016
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronSpring

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Stress Management, Claude Shannon

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26 Feb 2016
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Communication models: shapes and defined by the interests of the people studying the field. Communication is about how information goes from point a to
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronSpring

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Nonverbal Communication

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26 Feb 2016
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronSpring

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Everytime, Concatenation, Arbitrariness

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26 Feb 2016
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Structuralism: everything is based on an underlying structure. Language had to come from something in the natural world. Him and his friend were intere
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SFUCMNS 110Gary Mc CarronSpring

CMNS 110 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Erving Goffman, George Herbert Mead, Faculty Psychology

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26 Feb 2016
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Looking at the metaphysical - i am a self new one with your memories on mars) Copying yourself to mars (destroy your earth body and construct a. An imp
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Hyperplasia, Hypertrophy

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26 Feb 2016
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Maximum power occurs at about maximal velocity of shortening and about maximum concentric force. Athletes must find as high a level of power output as
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Mitral Valve, Biceps, Cardiac Output

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26 Feb 2016
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Go slow at high intensities until you"re used to it because forces go high during eccentric contractions. Marathon workouts (i haven"t got time to go t
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Glycogen, Pyruvic Acid, Phosphagen

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26 Feb 2016
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80-120 minutes at approximately 70% of vo2 max. If you"re preparing for a marathon, you need to run for a while. Improvement in stores of oxidative ene
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: One-Repetition Maximum, Leg Curl, Bench Press

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26 Feb 2016
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Cooper test: 12 minute run or walk test. 1. 5 mile run 483 divided by time in decimal units +3. 5 (vo2 max) Tables are presented to show that classific
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Weight-Bearing, Skeletal Muscle, Exercise Intensity

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26 Feb 2016
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Scientific method: observation, ask question, form hypothesis, conduct experiment, accept or reject. Reject: form hypotheses, conduct experiment - acce
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SFUBPK 143Tony LeylandSpring

BPK 143 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Aerobic Conditioning, Stairmaster, Epigenetics

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26 Feb 2016
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Phenotype (how those two combine to create what you are) - if you eat poorly and don"t exercise, you will reflect that despite your genetics. Our ances
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