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SFUSA 101Stacy PiggSpring

SA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bahuchara Mata, Ethnocentrism, Critical Thinking

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19 Jun 2018
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Why: nanda states that the hijras inhabit a third sex, neither man nor woman. Since anthropology is the study of human, doing research with people who
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SFUSA 101Stacy PiggSpring

SA 101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Anglo-Saxons, Social Evolution, Noble Savage

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19 Jun 2018
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Both words are used to described humans, but primitive was described in the sense of a society in a simpler or older time. Savage was used to describe
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SFUPSYC 356Martin DavidsonFall

PSYC 356 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Family Therapy, Headache, Likert Scale

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4 Jun 2018
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All the assignments are done, and this won"t be on the exam. He also doesn"t care, since he"s never teaching again (or so he says: next week we don"t h
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SFUPSYC 356Martin DavidsonFall

PSYC 356 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Truancy, Age 13, Derealization

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4 Jun 2018
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Psyc356 oct. 27. 17: writing assignments, there are several possible diagnoses, so mention them. Look at possible diagnoses and list the appropriate sy
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SFUARCH 226David Spring

ARCH 226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Chaco Culture National Historical Park, Puebloan Peoples, Winter Solstice

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4 Jun 2018
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The purpose of the construction of the fajada butte calendar. Using a spiral carved on the butte"s rock to create the dagger-shaped light from the sun
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SFUARCH 226David Spring

ARCH 226 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Terracotta Army

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4 Jun 2018
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The chinese believe that a person takes whatever he is buried in the tomb with him to the afterlife, people included. When organizing an extravagant to
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SFUEDUC 422Maureen HoskynSummer

EDUC 422 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tracheotomy, Dsm-5, Dyslexia

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4 Jun 2018
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Week 2: classification and identification of learning disabilities - group 8. Post your summary response of rti to this discussion thread by week 2 sun
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SFUEDUC 422Maureen HoskynSummer

EDUC 422 Study Guide - Final Guide: Graphic Organizer, Natural-Language Processing, Learned Helplessness

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4 Jun 2018
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Phases of reading: 1. ehri"s (2005) phase/interventions- pre-alphabetic (pretends to read books by telling a story as she turns the pages and looks at
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SFUEDUC 422Maureen HoskynSummer

EDUC 422 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Feminist Movement, Ideal Type, Harvey Hubbell

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4 Jun 2018
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These discoveries asserted that damage to specific areas of the brain can cause disabilities/ behaviours. That reading and spoken language can be separ
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SFUSA 203Alison Ayers Summer

SA 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Philippe Bourgois

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4 Jun 2018
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SFUSA 203Alison Ayers Summer

SA 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Socialist Register, Civilizing Mission, Fruit Tree

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4 Jun 2018
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Structural violence- violence of poverty, hunger, social exclusion and humiliation. Like produces like- wife beaters are usually beaten and abused them
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SFUSA 203Alison Ayers Summer

SA 203 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Nama People

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4 Jun 2018
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 27 pages long!)

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13 Oct 2017
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Arch 100 lec 01 tue sept 02 2014 introduction to archaeology. When emailing: please mention in the subject line that you are in arch 100, as i teach mo
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354- Midterm Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 59 pages long!)

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11 Oct 2017
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Seems that children"s learning is constrained (constraint approach) Could very well be socially constructed (social pragmatic approach) Is there someth
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Rodent, Zalophus, California Sea Lion

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15 Apr 2017
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Arch 100 lec 01 tue sept 02 2014 introduction to archaeology. When emailing: please mention in the subject line that you are in arch 100, as i teach mo
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Brain Size, Secondary Burial, Upper Paleolithic

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15 Apr 2017
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Arch 100 lec 02 thu sep 04 2014 neandertals. Referred to as late archaic homo sapiens by some researchers. Others classify neandertals as a separate su
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100 Lecture 3: ARCH 100 Lec 03

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15 Apr 2017
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Arch 100 lec 03 tue sep 09 2014 anatomically modern humans. All contemporary populations are placed within homo sapiens sapiens. Most paleoanthropologi
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Homo Erectus, Luminescence Dating, Swamp People

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15 Apr 2017
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Arch 100 lec 04 thu sep 11 2014 australia pacific. An entirely new type of hominid, discovered in 2003. Remains appear to be as old as 90,000 to 100,00
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SFUARCH 100David MaxwellFall

ARCH 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Caucasian Race, Clovis Culture, Mastodon

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15 Apr 2017
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Arch 100 lec 05 tue sep 16 2014 peopling the new world. Debates surround how peoples migrated into the new world. Beringia land bridge that connected a
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Regular And Irregular Verbs, 1990 United States Census, Sign Language

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14 Apr 2017
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Seems that children"s learning is constrained (constraint approach) Could very well be socially constructed (social pragmatic approach) Is there someth
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Pragmatics, Baby Talk, Joint Attention

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14 Apr 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Mentalization, Pragmatics

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14 Apr 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Evolutionary Medicine, Moral Reasoning, Social Intuitionism

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14 Apr 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Neuroconstructivism, 18 Months, Global Warming

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14 Apr 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Relativism, Moral Relativism

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14 Apr 2017
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Tutorial: senay will have a q&a session, as well as jeremy and victoria (other t. a. , the following will come up in the exam. Theories of morality: li
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Moral Relativism, Relativism, Moral Realism

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14 Apr 2017
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13 moral development i: action and reasoning. How do people make decisions that go against some of their beliefs: we may thank that lying is morally wr
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Relativism, Kurt Vonnegut, Social Learning Theory

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14 Apr 2017
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Psyc354: moral development: exam, april 6th, during the last day of class. Same format as midterm: there will be a q&a with dr. carpendale sometime bef
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Intentionality, Social Cognition, Parenting Styles

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14 Apr 2017
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It wasn"t until age 14 or so that over 70% passed. One possibility is due to opacity of mind", where these children are not taught to think about what
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Chapter 12: Ch. 12 Notes

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14 Apr 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Object Permanence, Lev Vygotsky, Motor Skill

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18 Mar 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Idalina, Phenome, Internet Exchange Point

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18 Mar 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Zulu Language, Phenome, Scriptio Continua

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18 Mar 2017
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Speech sounds: phones: speech sounds (zulu clicks, phonemes: speech sound that are categorized together in a particular language, ex: in english, the s
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Scriptio Continua, Phenome, Japanese Language

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18 Mar 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Deeper Understanding, Nonverbal Communication, Noam Chomsky

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18 Mar 2017
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Because he thought of language as the set of rules for grammatically constructing sentences in their language. Chomsky thought that there were innate g
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture 4: Jan. 12 Lecture Notes on chapter 3

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18 Mar 2017
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Nonverbal Communication, Joint Attention, Sarcasm

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18 Mar 2017
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There is no object we give the meaning thank-you" too, it is grounded in social interaction. But it"s deeper meaning implies that the situation is awfu
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: 18 Months, Intentionality, Almost Surely

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20 Jan 2017
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Describe forms of thinking, not defined by age (age of certain performances is variable) The mechanisms of development are more important than the ages
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Synaptic Pruning, Neuroplasticity

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20 Jan 2017
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Many interacting factors create a regular" outcome, such as a forest has a complex eco system. We cannot say that the forest had genes" that allowed th
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SFUPSYC 354Jeremy CarpendaleSpring

PSYC 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pragmatics

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20 Jan 2017
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Readings online first exam 30% second exam 35% - different topics then first exam tutorial 10% - attendance and though response on canvas night before
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SFUPSYC 308Snjezana HuertaFall

PSYC 308 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pharmacology, Experimental Psychology, Cognitive Psychology

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20 Dec 2016
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