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YORKPSYC 2130allWinter

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Substance Abuse, Personality Development, Conventionalism

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15 Apr 2013
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Psyc 2130 chapter 7: using personality traits to understand behaviour. Researchers attack the behaviour of interest with long lists of traits intended
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YORKPSYC 2130allWinter

PSYC 2130 Lecture Notes - Predictive Validity, Test Validity

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15 Apr 2013
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Psyc 2130 chapter 6: personality judgment in daily life. People judge the personalities of each other and of themselves all the time and these judgment
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YORKPSYC 2130allWinter

PSYC 2130 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Personality Psychology, Richard E. Nisbett, Social Perception

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15 Apr 2013
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Psyc 2130 chapter 4: personality traits, situations, and behaviour. As we begin to consider the trait approach to personality psychology, two points ar
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - The Stereotypes, Ultimate Attribution Error, Contact Hypothesis

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15 Apr 2013
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Prejudice is a widespread phenomenon, present in all walks of life. Social psychologists define prejudice as a hostile or negative attitude toward a di
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - Chemical Substance, Amygdala

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15 Apr 2013
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Aggression is an intentional behaviour aimed at causing either physical or psychological pain. Hostile aggression is an act of aggression stemming from
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - Social Exchange Theory, Pluralistic Ignorance

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15 Apr 2013
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - Attachment Theory, Normative Social Influence, Positive Illusions

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15 Apr 2013
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Propinquity effect, the finding that the more we see and interact with people, the more likely they are to become our friends. The propinquity effect w
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - Social Loafing, Deindividuation, Group Cohesiveness

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15 Apr 2013
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A group consists of two or more people who interact with each other and are interdependent, in the sense that their needs and goals cause them to influ
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Lecture Notes - Social Proof, Normative Social Influence, Minority Influence

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15 Apr 2013
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Conformity is defined as a change in behaviour as a result of the real or imagined influence of others. Two quotes: do as most do, and will speak well
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YORKPSYC 2120Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 2120 Chapter 6.docx

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15 Apr 2013
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Most psychologists define an attitude as an evaluation of a person, object, or idea. They are evaluative in that they consist of a positive or negative
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YORKPSYC 3420Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 3420 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Classical Conditioning, Sociobiology, Homo Erectus

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11 Mar 2013
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Chapter 1: the scientific movements leading to evolutionary psychology. Lamarck was one of the first scientists to use the work biologie, thus recogniz
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YORKPSYC 3420Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 3420 Lecture Notes - Menopause, Cortisol, Kin Recognition

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11 Mar 2013
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Hamilton"s rule: is that natural selection favours mechanisms for altruism when c < rb. The key is that hamilton"s rule defines the conditions under wh
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YORKPSYC 3420Irwin SilvermanWinter

PSYC 3420 Lecture Notes - Mate Choice, Fetus, Parental Investment

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11 Mar 2013
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From an evolutionary perspective, offspring are a sort of vehicle for their parents. They are the means by which their parents" genes may get transport
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