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UWPSYCH230John RempelFall

PSYCH230 Lecture Notes - Authoritarianism, Racial Profiling

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Knowledge of the law and follow the law. Personality characteristics (that police officers tend to have) Believed there are no differences in psycholog
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UWPSYCH230John RempelFall

PSYCH230 Lecture Notes - Psychopathy, Brain Injury, Social Environment

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Sept 23 (background material that influences how you"re likely to act) Temperament (we vary in ans [how sensitive we are to sensory input]) depending o
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UWPSYCH230John RempelFall

3-values.docx

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1 Oct 2013
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Schwartz (1992) core motives: basic motives human have are reflected in our values. Cross-culturally research (30 places in world/cultures) asked what
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UWPSYCH230John RempelFall

PSYCH230 Lecture Notes - List Of Memory Biases

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1 Oct 2013
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Respect for human dignity: ensure there"s no lasting impact if they"re uncomfortable. Respect for justice and inclusiveness: exclusion can be problemat
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UWPSYCH230John RempelFall

PSYCH230 Lecture Notes - Nomothetic

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We are social creatures: need help from others to survive (newborns), we live in groups, capacity to survive/develop/be dominate creatures on earth is
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UWPSYCH253Hilary B BergsiekerFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Social Comparison Theory, Egotism

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1 Oct 2013
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A set of beliefs about who you are. Social self: my role as a student, family member, friend, group identity. Identity is (vision of yourself includes
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UWPSYCH253Hilary B BergsiekerFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Causal Inference

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1 Oct 2013
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How we select/interpret/remember info about ourselves and our social world. Gestalt impressions: whole is greater than sum of its parts. Thin-slice acc
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UWPSYCH253Hilary B BergsiekerFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Base Rate Fallacy, Life Satisfaction, Conjunction Fallacy

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1 Oct 2013
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Seeks out evidence that could falsify a hypothesis. Requires effort and caution to reach correct conclusions. Does not act to alter the observed phenom
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UWPSYCH253Hilary B BergsiekerFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Reactive Devaluation, Observer-Expectancy Effect, Peer Pressure

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1 Oct 2013
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Recruited 24 male adults people, screened participants to ensure they were healthy/normal. Randomly assigned to be guard or prisoner. Put into very rea
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UWPSYCH253Hilary B BergsiekerFall

PSYCH253 Lecture Notes - Subjectivism, Underweight, Personality Psychology

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1 Oct 2013
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UWPSYCH291Richard EibachFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Standard Deviation, Sampling Error, Statistical Parameter

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1 Oct 2013
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Example) methodology of the literary digests 1939 presidential poll. Poll conducted by mailing postcards to telephone/car owners, magazine subscribers.
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UWPSYCH291Richard EibachFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Serendipity

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1 Oct 2013
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Context of discovery how an idea occurs to a man . Context of justification whether the idea is justified . Explaining anomalies (paradoxical incidents
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UWPSYCH291Richard EibachFall

PSYCH291 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Null Hypothesis, Response Bias, Type I And Type Ii Errors

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1 Oct 2013
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Theory: general propositions used to explain established facts and generate predictions. Hypothesis: an assumption derived from theory to generate test
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UWPSYCH291Richard EibachFall

PSYCH291 Lecture Notes - Facilitated Communication, Confirmation Bias

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1 Oct 2013
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Should make efforts to reach correct conclusions (not jump to conclusions based on preliminary evidence/intuitions, rush to judgments by relying on heu
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UWPSYCH291Richard EibachFall

2-scientific inference.docx

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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Wage Labour, Sustainable Development, Applied Anthropology

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15 Apr 2013
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Wage Labour, Immigration

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27 Mar 2013
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Ta lecture: chapter 12 people on the move. Movement of a person/people from one place to another. Health and human development over life cycle. Involve
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Heterosexuality, Hegemonic Masculinity, Mass Media

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27 Mar 2013
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Masculinity only exists because of femininity, need the opposite to understand. Masculinity are defined by what women are not, should not, and do not.
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Hidden Curriculum, Gender Role

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27 Mar 2013
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Growing up girls: influences of education/society on identity. Process of socialization: how we learn to function as members of our social groups. Soci
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UWWS102Tina DavidsonWinter

WS102 Lecture Notes - Sexual Assault, Heterosexuality, Voyeurism

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27 Mar 2013
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Violence affects men and women, but there are differences in ways they experience and are socialized around violence. Ex. whatever local murder rates a
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UWLS202Frances ChapmanWinter

LS202 Lecture Notes - Mental Disorder, Actus Reus, Snapple

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27 Mar 2013
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Crown has burden of proving everything evidentiary burden in criminal law. If defendant decides to speak, burden shifts to defense. Air of reality test
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - James George Frazer, Polytheism

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17 Mar 2013
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Magic was way for people to compel supernatural forces. Religion was way to please gods and supernatural beings. Imitative magic [something stands in f
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Sociolinguistics, Historical Linguistics, Language Family

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11 Mar 2013
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Communication is the process of sending and receiving meaningful messages. Among humans it involved a form of language, a systematic set of symbols and
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UWLS202Frances ChapmanWinter

LS202 Lecture Notes - Restorative Justice, Harm Reduction

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10 Mar 2013
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A holistic approach to wrongdoing, harm reduction practice. Offender must admit their offence and hear how it affected others. Can involve the family a
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Cultural Revolution

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10 Mar 2013
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Most populous: indonesia ~ 202 million people [largest amount in contemporary nation] Most middle eastern states have around 30million muslims. Same am
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UWHIST110Sebastian Siebel- AchenbachFall

Roman Society.docx

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6 Mar 2013
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Pietas became cornerstone, another foundation stone was mos(mores) majorium convention". Entrenched popular will, lowest runs had ability to vote. Roma
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UWHIST110Sebastian Siebel- AchenbachFall

HIST110 Lecture Notes - Counter-Reformation, Spiritual Exercises Of Ignatius Of Loyola, Moravian Church

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6 Mar 2013
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - War Crime, Henry L. Stimson, Potsdam Declaration

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6 Mar 2013
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First atomic bomb dropped in wartime little boy . 3 days later, fatman dropped in nagasaki. Half of deaths occurred on death of attacks. New: so much d
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - W. M. Keck Observatory, Social Darwinism, Finished Good

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6 Mar 2013
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1648: contential european powers got together to end conflict over many religious issues, settle of treaty of 30 years" war. Monarch no longer able to
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - Berlin Wall, Mary Fulbrook, Mikhail Gorbachev

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6 Mar 2013
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Soviets took eastern berlin, americans took western. Tensions between soviets and us because of berlin division. Soviets block roads in east berlin, so
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - The Columbian Exchange, Knitting, Caravel

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6 Mar 2013
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Columbus assignment chicago style looked east along silk road. Every european country desired asian goods (spices, silk, perfumes, jewels, metals, suga
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - Autocracy, Bourgeoisie, Red Army

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6 Mar 2013
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Russia at beginning of 20th century: country with backward economy and archaic political system. The czar, the ruler, supposed to have strong personali
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - Johannes Gutenberg, Desktop Publishing

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6 Mar 2013
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - New Economy, Boiling Point, Fort Moultrie

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6 Mar 2013
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Event that trigger outbreak of fighting in the civil war. Or what northern vision [labor: as both clashed, compromised delayed war for years, clashed o
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - Political Movement, Second-Wave Feminism, Combined Oral Contraceptive Pill

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6 Mar 2013
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First baby boomer, nicole mazerolle, born jan. 1 1947 finished high school, had opportunity for education. Challenged accepted ideas in canada, represe
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UWHIST191Julia RobertsFall

HIST191 Lecture Notes - Archduke Franz Ferdinand Of Austria, Militarism

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5 Mar 2013
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Major/minor powers draft this treaty which opposes germany. The allied and associated governments affirm and germany accepts the responsibility of. Ger
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UWPSYCH261Roxane Itier ItierWinter

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Schwann Cell, Metabotropic Receptor, Interneuron

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5 Mar 2013
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Specialized neurons that detect changes in the environment and transmit info to cns. Neurons located in cns that control muscles contraction or gland s
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UWPSYCH261Roxane Itier ItierWinter

PSYCH261 Lecture Notes - Paul Broca, Gustav Fritsch, Luigi Galvani

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5 Mar 2013
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Blindsight (how much are we really conscious of?) Consciousness isn"t a property in all parts of brain (some parts of brain more important) 2 hemispher
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Social Inequality

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5 Mar 2013
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UWANTH100Jennifer LiuWinter

ANTH100 Lecture Notes - Endangered Language, Kimono, Sociolinguistics

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5 Mar 2013
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Communication is the process of sending and receiving meaningful messages. Among humans it involved a form of language, a systematic set of symbols and
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