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YORKPSYC 2120Ward StruthersFall

PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Physical Attractiveness, Negativ, Casual Sex

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26 May 2016
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Chapter 14 - interpersonal attraction and close relationships. People who were attractive received significantly lower penalties than those who were le
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YORKPSYC 2120Ward StruthersFall

PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Stapler, Garding, Cognitive Dissonance

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26 May 2016
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Emotional/ hostile aggression: aggression in which one inflicts harm for its own sake on another. Examples include a jealous lover striking out in a ra
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Birth Order, Extraversion And Introversion, Personality Disorder

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26 May 2016
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Chapter 7 personality stability, personality development and personality change. Way to measure stability of behavior in those questionnaires. If you c
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YORKPSYC 3600Diane LawlessFall

PSYC 3600 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Community Psychology, Statistical Hypothesis Testing

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25 May 2016
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Why do scientific research: to understand and assess social change, to distinguish effective from less effective changes. What is scientific research:
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YORKPSYC 3480Vas.ValooWinter

PSYC 3480 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Paul Ekman, Emotion Classification, Abraham Maslow

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25 May 2016
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Know definition of emotins, know that there are 6 basic emotions, contempt is a possible number 7. Self conscious emotions develop as we are in the gro
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YORKPSYC 3480Vas.ValooWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Roy Baumeister, Mark Leary, Social Capital

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25 May 2016
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Roy baumeister and mark leary argued that humans have need to belong a pervasive drive to form and maintain at least a minimum quantity of lasting, pos
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YORKPSYC 3480Vas.ValooWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter 1: What is a group

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25 May 2016
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Two or more individuals who are connected to one another by social relationships. Connected: members are linked, networked-but groups have boundaries.
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YORKPSYC 3480Vas.ValooWinter

PSYC 3480 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Carolyn Sherif, Kurt Lewin, Leon Festinger

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25 May 2016
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Cohesive group will more likely prosper over time because it retains its. Group level cohesiveness comes about only if a group exists. Cohesiveness sig
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Pigeonholing, Clinical Psychology, Personality Psychology

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25 May 2016
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Psychological triad thoughts, feelings and behavior. Personality psychology normal pattern vs. clinical psych- study. Extreme patterns (there is an ove
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Face Validity, Effect Size

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25 May 2016
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Four ways to look at personality: self, informant, behavior and life outcomes. Self reports: questionnaire that asks questions about themselves. It has
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Neuroticism, Agreeableness, Extraversion And Introversion

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25 May 2016
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. 1 is weak, . 3 is medium strength, above . 5 is strong correlation goal is to minimize any measurement error and increase effect size. Big five: gene
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Factor Analysis, Psychopathy, Job Satisfaction

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25 May 2016
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Trait approach: conceptualization of individual differences, measurement of individual differences. Research methods in trait approach: the single trai
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YORKPSYC 2130Hyunji KimSummer

PSYC 2130 Chapter 2: Personality Chapter 2 notes

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25 May 2016
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YORKPSYC 3260Tony NeildSummer

PSYC 3260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Donald Broadbent, Colin Cherry, Information Processing

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25 May 2016
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Attention the ability to focus on specific stimuli or locations. Selective attention attending to one thing while ignoring others. An example: attempt
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YORKPSYC 3260Tony NeildSummer

PSYC 3260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Franciscus Donders, Wilhelm Wundt, Decision-Making

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25 May 2016
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Mind: the mind creates and controls mental functions such as perception, attention, memory and emotions, language, deciding, thinking and reasoning. Th
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YORKPSYC 3260Tony NeildSummer

PSYC 3260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Edgar Adrian, Camillo Golgi, Golgi'S Method

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25 May 2016
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Cognitive neuroscience: study of physiological basis of cognition. Level of analysis refers to the idea that a topic can be studied in a number of diff
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YORKPSYC 3260Tony NeildSummer

PSYC 3260 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Speech Segmentation, Nociceptor, Retina

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25 May 2016
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Perception: experiences resulting from stimulation of the senses. Perceptual rule: when objects overlap, the one underneath usually continues behind th
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YORKPSYC 3430Peter PapadogiannisWinter

PSYC 3430 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Collectivism, Ostracism

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YORKPSYC 3600Diane LawlessFall

PSYC 3600 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 – The importance of social change.docx

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YORKPSYC 3600Diane LawlessFall

PSYC 3600 Chapter 3: Chapter 3 - Stress and Resilience

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8 Feb 2015
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Examples: a person"s temperament or their level of intelligence: situational characteristics such as when the stress event occurred, the physical setti
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YORKPSYC 3310Justin FriesenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Psychopathology, Absolution, Dyskinesia

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4 Feb 2015
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YORKCHEM 1001Damien IfaWinter

CHEM 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Equivalence Point, Acid Dissociation Constant, Sodium Hydroxide

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4 Feb 2015
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You have 50 minutes to complete this quiz. If all final answers are not written in ink, you will not be permitted to request remarking. Be sure to give
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YORKCHEM 1001Damien IfaWinter

CHEM 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Rate-Determining Step, Propene, Radical Ion

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4 Feb 2015
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You have 50 minutes to complete this quiz. If all final answers are not written in ink, you will not be permitted to request remarking. Be sure to give
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YORKBIOL 1000Tanya CnoelFall

BIOL 1000 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Mitosis, Oxidative Phosphorylation, Glycogen

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YORKCHEM 1001Damien IfaWinter

CHEM 1001 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Sodium Hydroxide, Conjugate Acid, Weak Base

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You have 50 minutes to complete this quiz. If all final answers are not written in ink, you will not be permitted to request remarking. Be sure to give
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YORKPSYC 3600Diane LawlessFall

PSYC 3600 Chapter Notes -Psychological Intervention, Eqt, Clinical Psychology

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25 Jan 2015
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Historical background: historical consideration for understanding the context in which community psychology emerged would include the opening of opport
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YORKPSYC 3310Justin FriesenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter : Chapter 1

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YORKPSYC 3600Diane LawlessFall

PSYC 3600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Ethnography, Qualitative Property, Pearson Product-Moment Correlation Coefficient

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YORKPSYC 3310Justin FriesenFall

PSYC 3310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Sphygmomanometer, Eye Movement, Graph Paper

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YORKPSYC 2120Ward StruthersFall

PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Social Loafing, Group Polarization, Groupthink

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Intergroup: processes that happen between groups of people. Turner states: a group exists when two or more individuals perceive themselves to be member
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YORKPSYC 2120Ward StruthersFall

PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Solomon Asch, Minority Influence, Peer Pressure

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7 Nov 2013
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Social norms: unspoken but shares rules of conduct within a particular formal or informal group. Conformity: changes in our behavior/opinion to meet pe
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YORKPSYC 2120Ward StruthersFall

PSYC 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Elaboration Likelihood Model, Normative Social Influence, Risk Perception

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7 Nov 2013
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Persuasion: communications that are designed to influence peoples attitudes and behavior. Two routes of persuasion: systematic/central route type of pr
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonFall

PSYC 2230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Goal Setting, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Motivation

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13 Oct 2013
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YORKPSYC 2230Pauline CharltonWinter

PSYC 2230 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Tabula Rasa, Jargon, Homicide

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10 Oct 2013
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Video: the 5 communication secrets that swept obama to the presidency: words voice tone and body language (7%) Words use sensory specific words rather
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YORKPSYC 1010Heather JenkinFall

PSYC 1010 Lecture Notes - Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, Unconditional Positive Regard

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10 Oct 2013
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Believed that an unconscious part of the mind exerts a great. Psychic energy: generated by instinctual drives is released. 3 structures of personality:
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YORKBIOL 1000Tanya CnoelFall

BIOL 1000 Study Guide - Final Guide: Signal Transduction, Electron Transport Chain, Nondisjunction

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31 Jan 2013
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2009- 2010 sc/biol 1010 6. 0 december exam - dec. 21, 2009. Section b [taught by dr. tanya noel] This test consists of 57 multiple choice questions (in
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