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UTSCRLGA02H3Simon AppolloniWinter

RLGA02H3 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ein Sof, Sefer Torah, Israelites

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Maccabean revolt - also known as judah the hammer, was a rebellion sparked by modin mattathias the hasmonean (a priest) who refused to pray to greek go
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Labeling Theory, Medicalization, Psychoactive Drug

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12 Dec 2012
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Introduction: an illness care system in canada is a weakness in the health care system. Emphasis on community care is often interpreted to mean the est
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTB03 - Chapter 22.docx

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1) the relationship b/w the state and the industry: the research efforts of the drug companies, prices of drugs, how industry promotion influences pres
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 23: Canada Health Act, Sex Selection, Infection

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12 Dec 2012
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Societal issues: ethical issues in human reproduction include: contraception, sterilization and abortion; care in childbirth; test tube babies, abortio
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 25: Health Promotion, Food Security, Social Epidemiology

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Chapter 25- personal and structural determinants of health and illness; lifestyles and life chances. Lifestyles, healthy living, health promotion have
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Body Fluid, Precautionary Principle, Cirrhosis

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12 Dec 2012
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Canadian blood services - in 1998 two new organizations, canadian blood services and hema- Quebec, assumed the responsibility of managing the collectio
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Birth Weight, Genitourinary System, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

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12 Dec 2012
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Women are not a homogenous group, life experiences of women vary across. Racial minority women are especially disadvantage was they deal with ethic and
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Menopause, Medicalization

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Pros and cons of medicalization (-) the notion that women tend to individualize and depoliticize their problems. Hence they blame themselves and avoid
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTB03 - Chapter 19

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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Body Plan, Oligomenorrhea, Methylphenidate

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12 Dec 2012
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The pathology of powerlessness: adolescent health in canada. Strong correlation with environmental contaminants and exposure to airborne and ingested s
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Preterm Birth, Birth Weight, Health Equity

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12 Dec 2012
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People whose participation in teh labour force is irregular. Inequalities of wealth and income produce unequal life chances. The number of poor people
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Racialization, Intersectionality, Class Discrimination

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12 Dec 2012
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Violence against women became significant in the 60-70"s. 50% of women over 18 have faced at least on incidence of sexual or physical assault. 29% of w
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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 20: Occupational Safety And Health, Applied Digital Data Systems, Lean Manufacturing

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UTSCHLTA02H3Michelle SilverFall

HLTB03 - Chapter 17

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter 14.docx

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Locale participants in one locale may differ from participants in another locale. The porblem of generalization can be thought of as an interaction in
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Confounding, Regression Analysis, Internal Validity

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12 Dec 2012
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Chapter 11- single case, quasi-experimental, and developmental research. There are 3 types of special research situations: single case experimental des
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Statistical Inference, Factorial Experiment, Observational Error

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12 Dec 2012
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Inferential statistics are used to determine whether we can, in fact, make statements that the results reflect what would happen if we were to conduct
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Fear

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12 Dec 2012
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Sometimes an experiment might need more than 2 levels of independent variables: sometimes one might need three or four. If it has this then there are a
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter 7

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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter 8

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Confounding and internal validity researcher manipulates independent and measures how dependent has changed confounding variable is a variable that var
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter 9.docx

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When doing research participants are gathered from a population: samples are gotten from population through probability/no probability sampling. Gather
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UTSCPSYB01H3Anna NagySummer

Chapter 12

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2 reasons for using statistics: statistics are used to describe date, used to make inferences on the basis of the sample data about a population. 4 sca
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 9b.docx

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Since wwii clinical psychological has been all about taking off the symptoms and syndromes people have. We are so keen on finding and doing research on
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 6.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Jensen in 1980 concluded that test bias is the most common rallying point for critics. Test bias is commonly confused with test fairness: test bias- te
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 5.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Intelligence highly researched topic in psychology: definition to this is very elusive; filled with controversy and mystery. Psychometrians- better at
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 4.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Note: reliability is a necessary but not a sufficient precursor of validity. Test developers have a responsibility to demonstrate that new instruments
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 3.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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This chapter concerns two basic concepts: norms, reliability. Scores on psychological tests are interpreted by reference to norms that are based on the
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 2.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Rudimentary forms of testing in china in 2200 b. c. Testing can be dated back to 22200 b. c. when the emperor made his officials take a test every 3 ye
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 1.docx

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We encounter many tests throughout life, even one at birth(apgar test) Apgar test determines need for medical attention, usually low scores on this tes
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

PSYC37H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: California Psychological Inventory

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21 Apr 2012
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Initially this test was invented to identify themes in the mind ( x-ray of the mind ) Sometimes a test is made to help practitioner attain his goal of
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

PSYC37H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Durham Rule, Model Penal Code, Malingering

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21 Apr 2012
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In traditional assessment the client voluntarily agrees to an assessment and may even help determine the its scope and nature. In forensic assessment t
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 8b.docx

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21 Apr 2012
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Only a handful of unstructured techniques has ever reached its distinction, the number of structured instruments for assessment has grown almost expone
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 10a.docx

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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 8a.docx

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Personality tests: ability tests include a plethora of instruments for measuring intelligence, achievement and aptitude, personality tests seek to meas
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 10b.docx

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21 Apr 2012
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An essential component of any assessment is an evaluation of a client"s mental status. Benett has proposed a simplified model of brain-behaviour relati
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UTSCPSYC37H3Anthony RuoccoWinter

Chapter 12b.docx

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21 Apr 2012
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Chapter 12b computerized assessment and the future of testing. Computers are not used in virtually every aspect of assessment including the administrat
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