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UTSCBIOA01H3OlavensonFall

BGYA01 - Key Terms

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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Human Antiquity Textbook Notes - Ch. 9

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When the leakey family found zinjanthropus in 1959 the also found simple stone tools at the same level of the olduvai gorge, knew that the zinji was to
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Human Antiquity Textbook Notes - Ch. 8

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Chapter 8 the emergence of the human lineage. Charles dawson, 1912 found the missing link in england, piltdown *believed t be earliest human* Bones tha
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes -Bonobo, List Of Forgotten Realms Nations, Toyota Electronic Modulated Suspension

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Chapter 6 key concepts to determine behavior of humans, fossils and artifacts cannot be used, but inferences can be made another source of information
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

Human Antiquity Textbook Notes

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Chapter 1 myth: a story usually invoking the supernatural, to account for some aspect of the world. *tries to set up a social system with some supernat
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Earth Science, Robert Hooke, Simple Living

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Historical perspectives believe bible was accurate history until the 17th century attempts to determine the age of the world. Some used the bible and d
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Bonobo, Toyota Electronic Modulated Suspension, Jane Goodall

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Chapter 6 key concepts to determine behavior of humans, fossils and artifacts cannot be used, but inferences can be made another source of information
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ecology, Allele, Transfer Rna

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Pink flowers from a cross of red flowers and white flowers but cannot be true for humans and sex, can only be male or female(trait) Today called genes:
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UTSCANTA01H3Genevieve DewarFall

ANTA01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Stereopsis, Quadrupedalism, Color Vision

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Are bipedal (able to walk on to legs) Humans shares the same kingdom with the other 4 species. Differ in the since of family , the others are in the fa
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Mid-Term Review

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*know different studies and their details covered in lecture (possible short answer q) What was measured, what did the study show Understand how it app
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Final Exam Review

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 questions: t/f & m/c half as much as midterm more short answer.  midterm more lecture based final based more on readings! Theory of mind organizing
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Social Brain I

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Fails to address ambiguous situations (weakness) therefore, tt and st may be more helpful!  cooperative and loving really peaceful different from othe
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Social Mind II

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Video key findings that differentiate animals from humans. Nature of mind-reading capacity assumption of what it is.  child is anticipating and figuri
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 3 Notes

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Social perceptions and ability to know each other (related to motivation) match with behaviour. Secondary drive associations made from pleasure from be
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 2 Notes

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Structure 1 page summer, 1 page critical reflection. Summarize text"s main ideas, assumptions, models, methods critically reflect on an argument raised
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UTSCPSYC21H3David HaleyWinter

Lecture 1 Notes

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Psyc21 advanced developemental psychology developmental neuroscience. Ex: empathy in humans and animals and where it developed. How early humans develo
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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 13 + Final Exam Study Notes

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How can anthropology complement other organizations, ngos, medical schools, business. Stacey leigh re-creates current asymmetries of power. Dynamic of
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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 12

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 culture shock, how we are situated to one person vs. other cultural assumptions. Type of fieldwork ethnography, practice that shapes knowledge in rea
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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 11

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 our relationship with parents, socially formed relationships.  biological to social categories of mother and father naturalized.  reproductive tech
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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 10

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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 9

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 divination to give sense of patient"s conditions. Poeisis intersect of medical, social and spiritual.  way you use your own story and get faith in y
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UTSCANTC61H3PeterWinter

Lecture 8

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 biomedical practitioners and models in a social and political framework. Placebo as non-specific healing effects systematically de-valued. Not easily
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