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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Endocrine System, Cortisol, Catecholamine

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Release hormones (=second messengers) in response to physiological stimuli. They produce corticosteroids such as cortisol, aldosterone, androgens as we
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Insulin-Like Growth Factor 1 Receptor, Igfbp3, Insulin Receptor

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18 Dec 2012
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Is a hormone with molecular structure similar to insulin. Plays imp role in childhood growth and continues to have anabolic effects in adults. 70 aa in
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Gastric Bypass Surgery, Anterior Pituitary, Amygdala

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18 Dec 2012
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Is a hormone produced by the stomach ghrelin increases appetite and stimulates the release of growth hormone. Ghrelin is a hormone that is produced and
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Lecture Notes - Corpus Luteum, Antiestrogen, Stroke

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18 Dec 2012
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Vasoconstriction, Neurotrophin-3, Corpus Luteum

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18 Dec 2012
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Regulate the differentiation and growth of both cns and pns. Ngf is one member of a family of neurotropins. The gene family of neurotropins includes ng
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Study Guide - Adrenocorticotropic Hormone, Supraoptic Nucleus, Vasopressin

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18 Dec 2012
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Evry, Unconscious Mind, Reagent

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18 Dec 2012
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Bob dylan sings to a woman who is very unhappy, confused, doesn"t know how to cope so thinking of running away the signer tells although people have ma
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Casual Sex, Nba Coach Of The Year Award, Literature Circle

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18 Dec 2012
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Central issue in wasteland is not that western civilization is broken but it"s actually shattered. And being shattered, its pieces are reversed, jumble
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UTSCEESA07H3Jovan StefanovicFall

EESA07H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Intergenerational Equity, Overdraft, Hydraulic Head

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10 Dec 2012
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Water scarcity has multiple aspects and diff definitions of scarcity try to capture one or more of these facets. Falkenmark introduced a water crowding
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Plausible Deniability, Psychological Horror

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9 Nov 2012
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Song : grace that lets face our trauma and have compassion for ourselves and acknowledge what we have gone through and move on. Things she is easier to
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: The Criminals, Starch, Plausible Deniability

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9 Nov 2012
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All falls down - what u going to do when it all falls down when we base our self-esteem on richess and when we do ugliest thing in attaining these rich
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Steamboat, Knitting, Evry

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9 Nov 2012
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A boy who tries too hard please everyone and he is a rockstar ony if he pleases everyone. But he is only a star if he pleases everyone. Only desire is
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Dover Beach, Iceberg, Blood Falls

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9 Nov 2012
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Rather than occupying the centre,the singer is huddled in the corner. Without his religion, lost his system of beliefs, don"t know if he can go on. The
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UTSCBIOD27H3Michelle AartsFall

BIOD27H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Gonadotropin, Luteinizing Hormone, Thyroid-Stimulating Hormone

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UTSCPSYB32H3LetergesseSummer

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Chief Operating Officer, Behaviorism, Primary Consciousness

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9 Nov 2012
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The ability to identify with others and to distinguish between self and other plays an important role in inter-subjective relationships. Human adaptati
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UTSCPSYB32H3LetergesseSummer

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Animacy, Habituation, Proprioception

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9 Nov 2012
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I argued that infants are born with innate domains that contain representations about people, as well as particular principles on how to interact with
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UTSCPSYB32H3LetergesseWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Almost Surely, Habituation, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences

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9 Nov 2012
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UTSCPSYB32H3LetergesseWinter

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Deeper Understanding, Cognitive Module, Operant Conditioning

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9 Nov 2012
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Chapter 1- definitions, theories, and plan of the book. She is born with some specific abilities to predict what people can do. She quickly learns that
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Theism, Natural Selection, None Of The Above

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8 Nov 2012
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Submitted in the mid of ww. was rejected by society. Even though he was eligiblie as he paid the fees. His piece of work was so provocative was rejecte
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UTSCENGA10H3Deirdre FlynnFall

ENGA10H3 Lecture Notes - Natural Selection, Theism, None Of The Above

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8 Nov 2012
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Submitted in the mid of ww. was rejected by society. Even though he was eligiblie as he paid the fees. His piece of work was so provocative was rejecte
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Reinforcement

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8 May 2012
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Reinforcement: behaviour is reinforced in specific circumstances (when specific antecedents are present) Behaviour is more likely to occur in the futur
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

CHAPTER 6 EXAM NOTES.docx

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May be a component of some behavior modification procedures. Strenthens the absence of behavior in the future, ensures the behaviour does not repeat. P
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

Chapter 1 exam notes.docx

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8 May 2012
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Includes what people do and say- things we can see objectively. Involves the activity of an organism at any level- most of the research is based on ani
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Lecture Notes - Duodenum, Intrinsic Factor, Haptocorrin

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8 May 2012
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Lecture 23 notes- key functions of the liver. Within the macrophage, haemoglobin is broken down into globin molecules (which are further broken down in
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Reinforcement

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8 May 2012
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Reinforcement is the process in which a behaviour is strengthened by the immediate consequence that reliably follows its occurrence. The difference btw
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UTSCBIOC33H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC33H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity, Cardiac Arrhythmia, Tetanus

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8 May 2012
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C h a p t e r 1 4 c a r d i o v a s c u l a r p h y s i o l o g y. Is a muscle that contracts continually resting only in the milliseconds-long pause b
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UTSCBIOC34H3Stephen ReidWinter

BIOC34H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Sodium-Calcium Exchanger, Electrical Resistivity And Conductivity, Diastole

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8 May 2012
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C h a p t e r 1 4 c a r d i o v a s c u l a r p h y s i o l o g y. Is a muscle that contracts continually resting only in the milliseconds-long pause b
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes -Task Analysis, Stimulus Control

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8 May 2012
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Many situations call for complex behaviours that have multiple component responses. Behavioral chain- a complex behaviour consisting of many component
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellWinter

PSYB45H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Reinforcement

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8 May 2012
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Is a process in which a behavior is strengthened by the immediate consequence that reliably follows its occurrence. When a behaviour is strengthened, i
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UTSCNROC34H3Andrew MasonWinter

Complex auditory behaviour emerges from simple reactive steering.docx

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8 May 2012
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Complex auditory behaviour emerges from simple reactive steering. The recognition and localization og sound signals is imp for acoustic communication.
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Parietal Lobe, Change Blindness, Fusiform Face Area

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8 May 2012
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Hence you cant read more than 2 books at a time. even if the letters are large. ^ general problem that the retinal array contains more information than
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Comorbidity, Caloric Reflex Test, Inferior Frontal Gyrus

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8 May 2012
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Certain dimensions that globally analyze pictures instead of the details. When same picture but not quite the same details. In terms of global features
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Missing Fundamental, Temporal Lobe, Psychophysics

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8 May 2012
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Unable to shift our eye without shifting our attention. We can shift our attention without moving our eyes. He stated shifts of attention are occulomot
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Hair Cell, Habituation, Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory

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8 May 2012
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Major difference: touch doenst have two nerves such as auditory or visual do. Somatosensory trunks are formed by axons of various tactile recptors than
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Vocal Folds, Formant, Absolute Pitch

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8 May 2012
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Mechanically stimulate the organ of corti. through vibrations of the tectorial membrance induces shearing of the hair cells. Hair cells are brushed in
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Fusional Language, Ponzo Illusion, Charles Wheatstone

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8 May 2012
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The ability to perceive and interact with the structure of space is one of the fundamental goals of the visual system. Realism: a philosophical positio
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Correspondence Problem, Stereoblindness, Vanishing Point

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8 May 2012
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We can make torsional head movts but can"t do torsion eye movements voluntarily. Not good sign if you can do torsional eye movements voluntarily. You c
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UTSCPSYC18H3MichelleSummer

PSYC18H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Orbitofrontal Cortex, Prefrontal Cortex, Emo

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8 May 2012
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Has close connections with the limbic system. Evidence that prefrontal cortex is involved in the regulation of emotion: damge to orbitofrontal cortex,
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging, Computational Problem, Attentional Blink

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8 May 2012
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1)attention has to do with many things; inputs, thoughts and actions: is a facilitary and, supressory mechanism. Vs arousal: there are processes that a
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UTSCPSYB51H3NiemierSummer

PSYB51H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Milan Cathedral, Vestibular System, Inferior Frontal Gyrus

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8 May 2012
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Certain dimensions that globally analyze pictures instead of the details. When same picture but not quite the same details. In terms of global features
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