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UTSCANTB36H3Chris KrupaWinter

ANTB 36 Final: ANTB36 Final Exam Notes

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9 Apr 2016
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Week 3: a feminist reading of the book of revelation. Can be read in two contexts: historical past is past; visionary of our epoch, allegorical moral c
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UTSCSOCC29H3Rania SalemWinter

SOCC29H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 11: Israeli Jews, Hegemonic Masculinity, Masculinity

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6 Apr 2016
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Several thousand palestinian men currently volunteer to serve in the israeli military as well as in the police force and border patrol and are commonly
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UTSCSOCC29H3Rania SalemWinter

SOCC29H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter Week 6: Khat, Nuclear Family, Commuter Town

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6 Apr 2016
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Predisposes family members to higher rates of illness, accidents, and abuse. During this period bani qasim was transformed into bedroom communities; wo
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UTSCSOCC03H3Joe HermerWinter

SOCC03 Final: SOCC03 2016 Final Exam Readings

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6 Apr 2016
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Difonzo & bordia: rumor, gossip and urban legends. Rumour = unverified and instrumentally relevant information statements in circulation that arise in
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Psychopathy, Neurocognitive, Bipolar Disorder

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1 Oct 2014
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB32- Chapter 3 Notes

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1 Oct 2014
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UTSCPSYB32H3Konstantine ZakzanisFall

PSYB32H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Random Assignment, Statistical Significance, Ssion

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1 Oct 2014
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UTSCSOCC30H3Julian TannerFall

Chapters 1-3 (Felson Notes)

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1 Oct 2014
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Thus, murder is less a crime than it is an outcome: murder has two central features: a gun too near and a hospital too far. The mass of minor offenses:
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Vitalism, Visual Cortex, Physical Law

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26 Sep 2014
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Chapter 1: only your own sensory experience is directly accessible to you. Sensation: the ability to detect a stimulus and to turn that detection into
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UTSCSOCB43H3Dan SilverWinter

SOCB43H3 Chapter Notes -Polytheism, Georg Simmel, Content Analysis

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10 Apr 2014
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Chapter 3: the problem of sociology (pages 23-35: society exists where a number of individuals enter into interaction (interaction is key to everything
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UTSCSOCB43H3All

SOCB43H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-2: Applied Behavior Analysis, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Classical Conditioning

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7 Feb 2014
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Commonly used synonyms = activity, action, performance, responding, response, and reaction. Essentially, behaviour is anything that a person says or do
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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Cognitive Psychology, Selection Bias, Longitudinal Study

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7 Dec 2013
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When particular individual characteristics are used for the bases of selecting research participants, an experimenter is often interested in studying t
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UTSCSOCB42H3Dan SilverFall

SOCB42H3 Chapter Notes -Universal Suffrage, Abundant Number, Alexis De Tocqueville

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5 Dec 2013
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Democracy as a way of life (author"s agenda) Equality of conditions had an enormous influence on the course of society; it gives a certain direction to
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UTSCPSYB30H3Genevieve DewarSummer

PSYB30H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Ct Scan, Wilhelm Wundt, Disinhibition

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5 Dec 2013
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Best way to think of our physiologies is as a package of potentialities for personality traits. Nervous system is made up of: central nervous system (c
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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Facial Action Coding System, Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Factorial Experiment

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5 Dec 2013
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UTSCSOCB42H3Dan SilverFall

SOCB42H3 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Mercantilism, Herding, Feudalism

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20 Oct 2013
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Historical causes of wealth: natural progress of opulence. Government and its duties: defense, justice, education, religion. Theoretical logic: natural
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UTSCPSYB01H3David NussbaumFall

PSYB01H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Scientific Literature, Scientific Method, Naturalistic Observation

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20 Oct 2013
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Experimental design random assignment of participants to groups. The effects on the dependent variable of manipulating one or more independent variable
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UTSCPOLD89H3Waldemar SkrobackiWinter

POLD89H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1&2: European Atomic Energy Community, Paul-Henri Spaak, Westphalian Sovereignty

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19 Jun 2013
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International relations is the relations among the world"s state governments and other actors: modern state emerged in western europe in 1648, followin
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UTSCSOCA02H3Sheldon UngarWinter

SOCA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 21: Social Control, Peace Movement, European Canadian

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19 Apr 2013
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Week 11: chapter 21 (collective action and social movements) The study of collective action and social movements. It is widely believed that people who
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Headache, Aria, Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran

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16 Apr 2013
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Malaria is a fever plague with a total number of cases between 300 and 500 million. Classic chinese medical text the nei ching (2700 bc) describes enla
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UTSCHLTB21H3Caroline BarakatWinter

HLTB21H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Red Blood Cell, Luc Montagnier, Social Vulnerability

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16 Apr 2013
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UTSCANTA02H3Maggie CummingsWinter

ANTA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Canadian Identity, Social Code, Enculturation

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25 Mar 2013
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Identity learned personal and social types of affiliation including gender, sexuality, race, class, nationalism, and ethnicity, for example. Stories pr
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensWinter

PSYA02H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Stanley Milgram, Stereotype Threat, Social Cognition

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25 Mar 2013
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Social psychology - the study of the causes and consequences of sociality. Social behavior how people interact with each other and how social behavior
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UTSCPSYA02H3Steve JoordensWinter

PSYA02H3 Lecture Notes - Heritability, Parietal Lobe, Postpartum Depression

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25 Mar 2013
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To qualify as a mental disorder, thoughts, feelings, and emotions must be persistent, harmful to the person experiencing them and uncontrollable. The c
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