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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanWinter

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Long-Term Memory, Echoic Memory, Iconic Memory

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18 Apr 2019
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Iconic memory: visual stimuli: lasts for fractions of a second meaning of stimuli. Iconic memory only lasts a few hundred ms; takes longer than a few h
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanWinter

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Calcarine Sulcus, Likelihood Principle, Parietal Lobe

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18 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY270H1Katherine DuncanWinter

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Statistical Inference, Data Visualization, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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18 Apr 2019
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If intervals don"t overlap, results are significant. Nap in the morning -> test in the morning regardless of time of day but not the actual result blue
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UTSGPSY230H1amandaFall

PSY230H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Unconditional Positive Regard, Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, Homeostasis

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18 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Motivated Reasoning, Reset Button

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18 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Sexual Fantasy, Homophobia, Tomboy

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18 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Executive Functions, List Of Knot Terminology, Derogation

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18 Apr 2019
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Eye Contact, Nba Coach Of The Year Award, Motivated Reasoning

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8 Dec 2018
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Involvement (engaged and active) and positive affect gesture, overloudness in first speech segment: change of topics. Women who initiate dates (mongeau
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Red Dot, Symbolic Interactionism, Extraversion And Introversion

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8 Dec 2018
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Sexual Selection, David Buss, The Need

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8 Dec 2018
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Attachment Theory, Attachment In Adults, Evolutionary Pressure

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8 Dec 2018
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There is something true about your suffering and you must find what it is. You the only thing that matters. cary tennis must find the pattern that is t
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Intrusive Thought, Eharmony, Speed Dating

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8 Dec 2018
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UTSGPSY424H1Geoffrey Mac DonaldFall

PSY424H1 Lecture 6: lecture6

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8 Dec 2018
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Lecture 6 october 24th [culture and values] Culture: a relatively organized system of shared meaning. Imply meaning but person has to do some work to u
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Runaway Greenhouse Effect, Valles Marineris, Solar Wind

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10 Apr 2016
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0. 04% carbon dioxide: dissolved in oceans, locked up in rocks. Carbon cycle as a natural thermostat to regulate temperature. Cooling allows co2 to bui
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Mantle Convection, Volcanism, Basalt

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10 Apr 2016
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Note lithosphere is a planet"s outer layer of relatively cool and rigid rock. Accretion: upon impact, kinetic energy -> thermal [initial source of heat
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Oort Cloud, Kuiper Belt, Interstellar Cloud

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10 Apr 2016
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Opaque object emits light via thermal radiation. Graph-wise: for hotter objects, whole spectrum moves up. Graph-wise: for hotter objects, peak of the s
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Umbral Calculus

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10 Apr 2016
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88 western constellations completely cover the whole sky (name for every part of the sky) All of the stars are attached to a transparent celestial sphe
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter 1: AST101-Chapter-1

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10 Apr 2016
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Electric Light, Electromagnetic Radiation, Emission Spectrum

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10 Apr 2016
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Frequency = no. of times per second a peak passes. Speed = rate at which a peak travels. Emission: a light bulb emits visible light. Absorption: when y
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Liquid Hydrogen, Oort Cloud, Kuiper Belt

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10 Apr 2016
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Stars balls of plasma that produce energy by nuclear fusion. Planets rocky, icy or gassy, and doesn"t produce much energy. Moon any large body that orb
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ellipse, Orbital Period, Semi-Major And Semi-Minor Axes

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10 Apr 2016
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Free-fall: object moving under influence of gravity alone. Vorbital = min. speed to orbit, barely misses earth. Vorbital < velliptical < vcircular < ve
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Nuclear Fission, Convection Zone, Photosphere

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10 Apr 2016
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Diameter: 1 million km (109 times diameter of earth) Mass: 2 million trillion trillion kg (300,000 times mass of earth) Composition: 70% hydrogen, 28%
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UTSGAST101H1Michael ReidFall

AST101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Conservation Law, Tidal Force, Synchronous Orbit

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10 Apr 2016
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Isaac newton: explained why kepler"s laws worked (chapter 4) First law: objects move with constant speed and direction unless acted on by an external f
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