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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

PSYCH 3CB3 Lecture Notes - Mahzarin Banaji, Embeddedness, Ingroups And Outgroups

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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

3CB3 Attitude Change- The Yale Program.docx

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

3CB3 Behaviour and Attitude Change.docx

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

PSYCH 3CB3 Lecture Notes - Ingroups And Outgroups, Metacognition

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

PSYCH 3CB3 Study Guide - Final Guide: Machiavellianism, Dogma, Authoritarianism

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

PSYCH 3CB3 Lecture Notes - Dogma, Authoritarianism, Machiavellianism

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

3CB3 Measuring Attitudes- Jan 8th.docx

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

3CB3 Intro to Attitudes & Persuasion- Jan 7th.docx

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20 Apr 2014
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MCMASTERPSYCH 3CB3Richard B DayWinter

3CB3 Attitude Formation- Jan. 24th .docx

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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Classical Conditioning

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14 Apr 2013
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Unconscious, reflexive learning is vital to the survival of a species; a child only needs to touch a hot stove once to learn to avoid glowing red eleme
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Exemplar Theory, Deeper Understanding, Stereotype

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14 Apr 2013
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Your interactions with the world are flooded with colours, shapes, textures, smells, tastes and sounds, and yet you are still able to make sense of it
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Speech Shadowing, Visual Search, Stroop Effect

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14 Apr 2013
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Attention allows you to navigate through a crowded world brimming with information and distractions; you need the ability to focus your attention for m
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - B. F. Skinner, Experimental Psychology, Scientific Method

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14 Apr 2013
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Psychology teaches us how we think, feel, develop, learn, love, interact and grow; psychology teaches us about who we are. Experimental psychology uses
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1XX3Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1XX3 Lecture Notes - Ground Squirrel, Gene-Centered View Of Evolution, Kin Recognition

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14 Apr 2013
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Organisms evolved to maximize their fitness and reproductive success. Many examples in humans and social animals where individuals appear to behave alt
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1XX3Joe KimWinter

PSYCH 1XX3 Lecture Notes - Daphne Major, Assistive Technology, Genetic Drift

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14 Apr 2013
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Adaptations- are biological traits that help an individual to survive and reproduce in its habitat. Adaptations perform a specific function that make a
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Richard B DayFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Lecture Notes - Carbon Cycle, Water Cycle, Photosynthesis

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13 Apr 2013
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When nutrients leave on ecosystem and enter another. The movement of ions and molecules among ecosystems links local biogeochemical cycles into one mas
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Intermediate Filament, Amoeboid Movement, Peroxisome

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13 Apr 2013
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Also peroxisomes and vacuoles have very different shapes and structures and this is because of their huge differences in function. The main functions o
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Golgi Apparatus, Cell Membrane, Endosome

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13 Apr 2013
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The cell is the basic unit of structure and function in living organisms. There are two fundamental cell types: prokaryotic cells and eukaryotic cells.
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Unsaturated Hydrocarbon, Lactose Intolerance, Hydrogen Breath Test

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13 Apr 2013
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Transport of energy source- sucrose (plants), lactose (milk) Cell surface signals- cell communication and cell-cell recognition. An organ is identified
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Richard B DayFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Homo Ergaster, Paranthropus Aethiopicus, Paranthropus Robustus

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13 Apr 2013
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6 million years ago, climate, geographic change led to the evolution of hominins: cooling, less rain, rain seasonality, woodland and savanna spread. Ho
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Jon StoneWinter

BIOLOGY 1M03 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Allele Frequency, Genetic Drift, Genotype Frequency

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Chapter 1- biology and the tree of life. Biological science was founded with the development of the cell theory and the theory of evolution by natural
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Lipid Bilayer, Facilitated Diffusion, Osmosis

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13 Apr 2013
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Sister Chromatids, Synaptonemal Complex, Allosome

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13 Apr 2013
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Meiosis involves the production of 4 unique daughter cells. Gamete- a haploid (n) reproductive cell that has one set of chromosomes. Fertilization- occ
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1A03Lovaye KajiuraWinter

BIOLOGY 1A03 Lecture Notes - Cleavage Furrow, Sister Chromatids, Spindle Apparatus

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13 Apr 2013
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In animals, meiosis leads to the production of eggs and sperm. All cells arise from pre-existing cells by the process of cell division. 11. 1 two types
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MCMASTERBIOLOGY 1M03Richard B DayFall

BIOLOGY 1M03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Keystone Species, Pisaster, Primary Succession

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13 Apr 2013
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Are +/+ interactions that involve a wide variety of organisms and rewards. Most critical of all mutualisms occur between bacteria that fix nitrogen and
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