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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

[PSYC 3350] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (34 pages long)

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1 Dec 2016
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People from all cultures share the same constraints and affordances of the universal human brain. The term culture in this book can mean two different
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U OF GPSYC 2650BaronFall

[PSYC 2650] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (151 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Eyeball is sometimes compared to a camera, however this is misleading bc cameras are passive (don"t interpret) our visual system is not passive. Visual
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

[PSYC 3330] - Final Exam Guide - Everything you need to know! (64 pages long)

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29 Nov 2016
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Stm : capacity to store smaller amounts of info over brief intervals, beginning with the digit span task. Max. number of sequentially presented digits
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

[PSYC 4750] - Final Exam Guide - Ultimate 34 pages long Study Guide!

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29 Nov 2016
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Positive or negative emotion emotional engagement. People who view motivation as a unitary concept view it as nonexistent, low, moderate, high: and ask
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U OF GFRHD 2100Robin MilhausenWinter

[FRHD 2100] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (42 pages long!)

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29 Nov 2016
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Chapter 3: female and male anatomy and physiology. Large folds of skin that run down the mons, along the vulva. Can be thick and bulging or thin and fl
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U OF GFRHD 3060Kimberly WilsonFall

FRHD 3060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Oil Depletion

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18 Nov 2016
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The chronological age at which the pop divides into equal numbers of younger and older people. In canada 2001 approximately 13% of our pop was aged 65
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U OF GFRHD 3060Kimberly WilsonFall

FRHD 3060 Lecture 15: theory lecture

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18 Nov 2016
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Part of the complexity involved in studying aging is that aging as an individual process is inherently complex given the multiple systems factors etc a
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U OF GFRHD 3060Kimberly WilsonFall

FRHD 3060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Metanarrative, Consumerism, Invisibility

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18 Nov 2016
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Focus on lack of disease or disability. Defining successful aging on behalf of older adults. Various studies highlight invisibility as a metanarrative
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U OF GFRHD 3060Kimberly WilsonFall

FRHD 3060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Population Ageing

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18 Nov 2016
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Characterize the oversimplified notion that a demographic rend has a catastrophic consequence for society. Agism at the macro level how do we blow this
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U OF GFRHD 3060Kimberly WilsonFall

FRHD 3060 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill, Gerontology, Aarp

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18 Nov 2016
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Rise of political power of older adults. Experience and training needed to being these roles. Prevent all old peeps from dominating: lower voting age t
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Electrodermal Activity, Human Nature, Hedonism

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18 Nov 2016
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Explaining why people do what they do can lead to theories of. Can foreshadow life outcomes we care about: ex. Use knowledge about motivation to real l
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

[PSYC 4750] - Midterm Exam Guide - Ultimate 27 pages long Study Guide!

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5 Oct 2016
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Explaining why people do what they do can lead to theories of. Can foreshadow life outcomes we care about: ex. Use knowledge about motivation to real l
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Facial Feedback Hypothesis, Orbicularis Oculi Muscle, Endorphins

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1 Oct 2016
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Emotion biological reactions to important life events. Stimulus emotion bodily reaction: james lange argued against this, he suggested emotional experi
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Emotion Classification, Amygdala, Heart Rate

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30 Sep 2016
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Chapter 12: nature of emotion six perennial questions. Buddhist thought organizes itself around goal of recognizing lessening and transforming destruct
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U OF GPSYC 4750Mark FenskeFall

PSYC 4750 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Muscle Tone, Nucleus Accumbens, Reticular Formation

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28 Sep 2016
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Chapter 3 the motivated and emotional brain. Hypothalamus monitors how much is in the blood: when ghrelin levels rise hypothalamus detects msg from sto
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U OF GPSYC 2310Paula BarataFall

PSYC 2310 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5,11: Age 13, Homicide, Reinforcement

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28 Sep 2016
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Mental shortcut in which we rely on an initial starting point in making estimate but then fail to. Decision-making process that occurs at an unconsciou
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U OF GSOAN 2120D WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Serendipity, Ecological Validity, Data Quality

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28 Sep 2016
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When involving learning about, understanding, or describing a group of interacting people. 30 or less pple they interact w on a daily basis in a fixed
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U OF GSOAN 2120D WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Contact Hypothesis, Blind Experiment, Time Series

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28 Sep 2016
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Develop judgment from reading research reports strengths and weaknesses. Intervene or induce a change in some focused part of social life and examine c
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U OF GSOAN 2120D WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Proper Length, Design Issues, Nonverbal Communication

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28 Sep 2016
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The following can be asked about in a survey: behaviour, attitudes/beliefs/opinions, characteristics, expectations, self-classification, knowledge. Do
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U OF GSOAN 2120D WaltersFall

SOAN 2120 Study Guide - Final Guide: Participant Observation, Simple Random Sample, Stratified Sampling

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28 Sep 2016
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Generate list to approximate the elements in a population. Each person in frame assigned a number, use a number generator to generate values from popul
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Psych

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28 Sep 2016
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Transient states that occur in response to changes that matter to us and involve: neurophysiological activation, conscious (subjective) experience, exp
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Cultural Psychology

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28 Sep 2016
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Psych3350: chapter 5 summary development and socialization. People acquire culture through socialization (cultural psychology depends on this) Our abil
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Electric Power Quality, Observational Error, Extraversion And Introversion

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28 Sep 2016
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Ask participants about the same issue in a number of items that vary slightly: ex. Measure of extraversion has multiple questions that can be asked not
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Robert D. Putnam, Bowling Alone, Benjamin Barber

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28 Sep 2016
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* sections highlighted in yellow are material cover in both textbook and lecture. Manners are the result of cultural learning; manners differ across cu
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Encephalization Quotient, Richard Wrangham, 18 Months

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28 Sep 2016
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U OF GPSYC 3350Benjamin GiguereWinter

PSYC 3350 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Revolution, Motivation, Wilhelm Wundt

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28 Sep 2016
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People from all cultures share the same constraints and affordances of the universal human brain. The term culture in this book can mean two different
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U OF GPSYC 2650BaronFall

PSYC 2650 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Speech Shadowing, Change Blindness

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28 Sep 2016
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William james extremely important to the foundation of what attention achieves. Participants hear one stimuli in one ear and a different one in the oth
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U OF GPSYC 2650BaronFall

PSYC 2650 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Optical Illusion, Visual System, Cognitive Psychology

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28 Sep 2016
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Eyeball is sometimes compared to a camera, however this is misleading bc cameras are passive (don"t interpret) our visual system is not passive. Visual
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U OF GPSYC 2650BaronFall

PSYC 2650 Final: exam review notes

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28 Sep 2016
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Psyc2650 - chap 1 - the science of the mind. The idea that many and perhaps all of our encounters with the world depend on your supplementing your expe
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Executive Functions, Interference Theory, Synapse

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28 Sep 2016
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Incidental forgetting: memory failures occurring without the intention to forget. Motivated forgetting: a broad term encompassing intentional forgettin
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Supplementary Motor Area, Fusiform Gyrus, Explicit Memory

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28 Sep 2016
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The early work of ebbinghaus (using nonsense syllables) showed the simple rule of the amount learned depends on the time spent learning. ( you get what
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dopamine Receptor, Neural Oscillation, Two-Streams Hypothesis

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28 Sep 2016
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Assumed that, it acted as a working memory, then blocking it should interfere with both long-term learning and complex cognitive activities such as rea
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Electrophysiology, Free Recall, Word Lists By Frequency

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28 Sep 2016
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Stm : capacity to store smaller amounts of info over brief intervals, beginning with the digit span task. Max. number of sequentially presented digits
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Interference Theory, Asteroid Family, 2 Years On

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28 Sep 2016
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No person that remembers everything but a lot of people with good memory: called hyperthymestic syndrome. The decline in memory retention as a function
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Pomegranate, Recognition Memory, Episodic Memory

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28 Sep 2016
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Before brain damage) thus allowing memory problems to be retrieval problems: shown pics of famous people only famous in a particular decade, prefrontal
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Prefrontal Cortex, Retrograde Amnesia, Semantic Dementia

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28 Sep 2016
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Frontal Lobe, Aphelocoma, Neuroimaging

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28 Sep 2016
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U OF GPSYC 3330Mark FenskeWinter

PSYC 3330 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Digital Entertainment Content Ecosystem, Explicit Memory, 6 Years

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28 Sep 2016
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U OF GFRHD 1010Lise SmedmorWinter

FRHD 1010 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Psychosexual Development, Moral Development, Ontogeny

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28 Sep 2016
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Goal in north america is that children become independent. Rear child to adulthood: this has not always been the goal before they were an economic asse
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U OF GPSYC 3450Karl HennigFall

PSYC 3450 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Attachment In Adults, The Anatomy Of Dependence, John Bowlby

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28 Sep 2016
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After separation from mothers: protest phase. Crying demanding their return: phase of despair. Unresponsive to toys, mourning: detachment phase. Relati
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