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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Spina Bifida, Autism Spectrum, Intellectual Disability

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****idea - autism is affecting verbal and nonverbal communication and social interaction. Mostly evident before the age of 3 that adversely affects aca
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

chapter 5.docx

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21 Apr 2013
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Multicultural education - education that promotes learning about multiple cultures. Multicultural education promotes cultural pluralism - multiple cult
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U OF GANTH 1150Shawn LehmanWinter

ANTH 1150 Study Guide - Final Guide: Onomatopoeia, Germanic Languages, Discourse Analysis

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17 Apr 2013
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Ethnocentrism, Motivation, Dependent And Independent Variables

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17 Apr 2013
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Nonuniversal concept doent exist across cultures ie; abacus reasoning is culture specific. Most studies use weird samples -> not generalizable. Greenfi
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Study Guide - Final Guide: Congenital Disorder, Cerebral Palsy, Sickle-Cell Disease

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Lecture Notes - Physical Attractiveness, Contact Hypothesis, Homicide

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15 Apr 2013
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Person perception refers to process of forming impressions of others includes judgments of appearance, attractiveness, personality traits. Greater heig
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Urinary Tract Infection, Role Theory, Social Inequality

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15 Apr 2013
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Gender refers to the behaviors that a culture deems appropriate for men and women. Gender role refers to the degree to which a person adopts the gender
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Woodworking, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Visual Impairment

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10 Apr 2013
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY345H5 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Master Sergeant, Exotropia, Cued Speech

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10 Apr 2013
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY345H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Deaf Culture, Hearing Aid, Conductive Hearing Loss

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9 Apr 2013
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Most people use combo of voices and gestures auditory process. Hard of hearing - sense of hearing is impaired but is somewhat functional individuals wh
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UTSGPSY290H1Michael J.DewarFall

Chapter 9 - psy290.docx

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6 Apr 2013
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UTSGPSY290H1Michael J.DewarWinter

PSY290H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Grey Matter, Spatial Frequency, Premotor Cortex

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6 Apr 2013
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About one third of human cerebral cortex is devoted to visual analysis and perception. Visual field the area you can see without moving your head or ey
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyFall

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Ataxia, Retinotopy, Grey Matter

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6 Apr 2013
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About one third of human cerebral cortex is devoted to visual analysis and perception. Visual field the area you can see without moving your head or ey
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Visual Cortex, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Roger Shepard

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6 Apr 2013
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Imagery seeing in the absence of visual stimulus. Founder of the first laboratory of psychology. Images are one of the three basic elements of consciou
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Spreading Activation, Semantic Network, Temporal Lobe

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6 Apr 2013
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Categorization process in which things are placed into groups (categories) They are pointers to knowledge once you know something is in the category, y
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweWinter

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Anterograde Amnesia, Long-Term Potentiation, Memory Consolidation

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6 Apr 2013
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Caused by prolonged deficiency of vitamin b. The deficiency leads to the destruction of the areas of the frontal and temporal lobes, which causes sever
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UTSGPSY270H1Gillian RoweFall

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Yield Sign, Interference Theory, 6 Years

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6 Apr 2013
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Recollected events that belong to person"s life. Visual experience plays an important role in forming autobiographical memory. Patients who had damage
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes -Color Blindness, Depth Perception, Basilar Membrane

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6 Apr 2013
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Brain: glia - structural support, nourishment, removal of waste, neurons - receive, integrate and transmit info. Dendrites branches from soma that rece
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Hearing Aid, Hearing Loss, Trepanning

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7 Mar 2013
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Medical model - has two dimensions -> normalcy (absence of disease); pathology (alternation of organism as a result of disease) Pinel - disabled should
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Chapter Notes -Rei, Supported Employment, Assistive Technology

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7 Mar 2013
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1930 - special education for kids with mild emotional problems; most were in mental hospitals. Not until 20 years after free public education was avail
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Lecture Notes - Hearing Aid, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Kea

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19 Feb 2013
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Kids with disabilities were seen as shame, weakness and burden on society: 18th century humanitarian and legal reforms. 18th century - major shift in t
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Tape Measure, Binoculars, Ethnography

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19 Feb 2013
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Decided to contrast north american undergrads with zinacantencans (mexico) Psychologist patricia greenfield was interested in examining diff personalit
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UTMPSY345H5Stuart KamenetskyWinter

PSY345H5 Chapter Notes -Universal Design, Hearing Aid, Hearing Loss

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19 Feb 2013
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Medical model - has two dimensions -> normalcy (absence of disease); pathology (alternation of organism as a result of disease) Pinel - disabled should
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Intentionality, Infant Mortality, Margaret Mead

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2 Feb 2013
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Chapter 3: enculturation print glossary pg. 89 and summary pg. This chapter examines how the process of enculturation works. First, we discuss how huma
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UTSGPSY100H1Dan DoldermanWinter

Chapter 2 notes final.odt

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2 Feb 2013
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UTSGPSY321H1Simone WalkerWinter

PSY321H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Femininity, Social Status, Externality

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2 Feb 2013
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Chapter 1 notes: an introduction to culture and psychology (print glossary and certain diagrams) fix line spacing. Increasing diversifying of the world
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UTSGANT100Y1Shawn LehmanWinter

ANT100Y1 Study Guide - Prepared-Core Technique, Taphonomy, Zygosity

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15 Jan 2013
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3 concepts to understand: what is the historical development of biological science, what is the diversity of life; particularly that life associated wi
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