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UTSGENG100H1UrschelWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - The Strongest, Tadeusz Kościuszko, The Waste Land

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26 Jan 2013
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What texts do the themes in the essay relate to. Select 1 journal and one article (8-9 pages minimum) You don"t have to pick a book from the list. 2) t
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

Lecture 7 Part 2.odt

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26 Jan 2013
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Sensory storage, short term memory, and long-term memory. There is a limit to how much information can be held. Particular input devices to the system:
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Syllogism, Motor Action F.C., Object Permanence

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26 Jan 2013
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Left a complex theory that has generated an enormous amount of research on cognitive development. Research on sensory motor stage: detailed sequence of
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Culture Of Asia, Parenting Styles, Master Sergeant

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26 Jan 2013
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How do peers exert their influence: mechanism by which peers influence behaviour is the same way parents influence behaviour. Kids can ostracize boys w
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Lecture 8.odt

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26 Jan 2013
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Statigraphy: geology/science where we place rocks in order; the study of layers. One of the first things to do is figure out the relative age (making a
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Active Layer, False Creek, Brimley Road

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26 Jan 2013
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A map will be on the exam. What collided with north america during creation of pangea. To apply that knowledge in the real world; make the planet more
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Elliot Lake, Fits, Acadian Orogeny

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26 Jan 2013
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Paleomagnetism, Viscosity, Project Mohole

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26 Jan 2013
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How gravity measurements can indicate where certain regions of the crust & upper mantle are being held up or down out of their natural position of equi
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Chapter 19 Textbook Notes.odt

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26 Jan 2013
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Geoscientists working the field are usually concerned with relative aging. Glacial sediments on top are younger than the surface that they cover. Isoto
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Psychophysics, Inferior Colliculus, Otosclerosis

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26 Jan 2013
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Lecture 9 hearing (chapters 9 & 10) Covert attention: you dont need to move your eyes, occulomotor program is not activated. There"s a close connection
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Gabi Balint, Temporoparietal Junction, Prefrontal Cortex

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26 Jan 2013
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Under certain conditions we are very good at scene perception. We perceive things globally rather than locally so not paying attention to every single
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Psychopathology

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26 Jan 2013
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Family is the most important social contact for development which is family. It is within the family, that child experiences first feelings of affectio
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neuroglia, Oligodendrocyte, Chemical Synapse

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25 Jan 2013
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Neurons and glia (cells that make up the brain) Neuron (piece of tissue of the cell) Neural membrane (skin = think of our skin) &cytoskelelton provides
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Glossopharyngeal Nerve, Autonomic Nervous System, Aplysia

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25 Jan 2013
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Head end of the four legged animal. Front & back ( looking at brain in the face) Divided into top and bottom (hamburger bun) The flow of cerebral insid
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Osmosis, Fluid Compartments, Blood Pressure

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25 Jan 2013
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierWinter

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Adenosine, Hypnopompic, Cataplexy

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25 Jan 2013
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Circadian rhythm: our daily cycle of sleep and waking (a cycle of 24 hours) Zeitgeber: external stimuli or cue for setting biological rhythms (light, e
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Frontal Lobe, Lobotomy, Immune System

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25 Jan 2013
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We behave differently, and different people show different emotions in response to the same situation. Our expressed emotions may not reflect what we f
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Thalamus, Sensory System, Ovulation

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25 Jan 2013
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22 chromosomesand the 23rd pair is the one that"s different. The differentiation into the exterior genitals doesnt happen between week 6 or 8 (there;s
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierFall

PSY100H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Asthma, Psilocybin, Palpitations

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25 Jan 2013
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Less serious & only requires 1 of the 4 criterias: exposure to physical dangers (drinking & driving, legal problems (traffic violation, social & interp
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Golf Stroke Mechanics

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25 Jan 2013
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3rd party measuring behaviour interviews questionnaires rating scales. Observation & recording of target behaviour in vivo. 2) identify who, when, and
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Golf Stroke Mechanics

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25 Jan 2013
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3rd party measuring behaviour interviews questionnaires rating scales. Observation & recording of target behaviour in vivo. 2) identify who, when, and
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Fire Hydrant, Classical Conditioning, Stimulus Control

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25 Jan 2013
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Chapter 7 stimulus control: discrimination and generalization. Behaviour is reinforced in specific circumstances (when specific antecedents are present
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning Chamber, Reinforcement

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25 Jan 2013
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*we already know how to measure and graph behaviour. The process in which a behaviour is strengthened by the immediate consequence that reliably follow
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Flashlight, Laity, Token Economy

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25 Jan 2013
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Specific & consistent delivery: establishing operations, deprivation & satiation, deprivation = motivation to acquire something = hunger is deprivation
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - England In The Middle Ages

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25 Jan 2013
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In shakespeare dictionary, find 2 words that have interested youand go to external links & *the battle what rhetorical strategies did he use to motivat
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Incest Taboo, Sprachbund

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25 Jan 2013
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2. 3. 66-84 --> bassianus describes aaron as aboninable. There is a threat coming from tamora (revenge it as you love your mother"s life/or be not call
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

Tempest .odt

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25 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Transvestism, Egyptians, Tragic Hero

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25 Jan 2013
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How does this play create a dichotomy btwn rome. This is yet another play where shakespeare dramatizes the hinge of one empiral (this is the fall and d
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Theatricality

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25 Jan 2013
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February 24, 2010: key concepts, genre of the history play. The 2nd edition was used as an encyclopedia and travel guide about the history of england.
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Primogeniture, Lightdark, Blackboard

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25 Jan 2013
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Mouths: that speak, that abuse, that are abused, that devour. Language of light/dark: metaphors and tropes of racial thinking. Check blackboard for a r
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightWinter

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Book Of Deuteronomy, Prompt Book, First Folio

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25 Jan 2013
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Shakespeare in context (engb33) january 06, 2010. The theatre of the period brought together people who never travelled. Shakespeare"s writing life: 15
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UTSGPSY100H1Matthias NiemeierSummer

PSY100H1 Lecture Notes - Mental Chronometry

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25 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG100H1S.SchofieldSummer

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Recto And Verso, William Weaver, Psychomachia

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25 Jan 2013
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Shakespeare was first recognized as a poet rather than as a dramatist. 1594 his first play titus andronicus. Goddess seduces adonis who has little inte
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightSummer

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Jealous Guy, Anagnorisis, Cognitive Dissonance

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25 Jan 2013
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Shakespeare based many of his ideas on aristotle. Shakespeare probably didn"t read aristotle in greek. Johnson: a critic; says a lot about shakespeare;
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightSummer

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Shakespearean Tragedy, Weimar Culture, Frankfurt School

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25 Jan 2013
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UTSGENG100H1Marjorie RubrightSummer

ENG100H1 Lecture Notes - Anagnorisis, Lyric Poetry, Metafiction

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25 Jan 2013
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Critical writing explore complexities of a topic. Instead do this: critic a says, and critic b says this, but i will argue this . Don"t use passive voi
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

EESA06H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Love Wave, Juan De Fuca Plate, San Andreas Fault

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21 Apr 2012
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Some of the earliest to be documented in north america. Names the charlesvoix-kamouraska seismic zone because of repeated earthquakes. No deaths in 166
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UTSCEESA06H3Nick EylesWinter

Lecture 9.odt

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17 Apr 2012
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Based on chapters 1 -4, 11, 19, 20. Supercontinent cycle to look at the past & predict the future. Tectonic future of planet earth: toward the next sup
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UTSCENGD68H3Maria AssifWinter

ENGD68 - January 31.odt

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17 Apr 2012
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UTSCENGC80H3HollenbergWinter

ENGC80 - January 31.odt

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17 Apr 2012
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Conrad is playing with our expectations of the story. Not naming the characters is part of the plan part of the de-humanizing process. Different types
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