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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - The Great Brain Robbery (Album), Italian Canadians, American Jews

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Collected and measured human skulls that came from various times and places. Their original occupants were members of different races. Believed he coul
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Polygraph, Electrocardiography, Electrooculography

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Based on distinction between psychological process and our awareness of that process. Hypnotic induction separates or isolates some psychological proce
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Frontal Lobe, Paul Broca, Prefrontal Cortex

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Consumer Reports, Counterintuitive, Psychoanalysis

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Counterintuitive things to learn and discover about process of psychotherapy. 1997, when prof was 24, on his first internship, he has his first patient
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Latrodectus, Neurotransmitter Receptor, Axon Terminal

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Venom of black widow spider releases acetycholine severe cramps, may survive. Botulism toxin prevents release of acetylcholine paralysis and suffocates
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Auditory Cortex, Fingerspelling

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Geschwind, quandfasel and segarra described case of woman who had suffered sever brain damage from inhaling co from faulty water heater. Damage spared
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Franz Mesmer, Hypnosis, Ideomotor Phenomenon

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Hypnosis is specific form of verbal control that apparenlty enables one person to control another person"s behaviour, thoughts, and perceptions. Had ps
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Occipital Lobe, Temporal Lobe

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2 hemispheres cooperate with each other but do not perform identical functions some are lateralized: located primarily on one side of brain left hemisp
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Sough, Psychiatric Services, Comorbidity

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Ppl from minority groups have problems asking for help. 7. 8% used mental health services in the past year. About half of those seeking help had a conc
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Sleep Deprivation, Ryback, Cerebral Cortex

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Indus dolphins live in mud and have become blind because vision is not useful very dangerous for it to sleep and does not stop swimming but sleeps at 4
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Drugs that modify perceptions or produce hallucinations.docx

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Drugs that affect synapses that use ts seratonin. Seratonin plays important role in control of dreaming (during rem) Lsd, psilocybin, and dmt supress a
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Cerebral Palsy, Degenerative Disease, Motor Disorder

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A motor disorder caused by damage to the cerebrum at the time of birth. A psychotic illness characterized by hallucinations, delusions and bizarre beha
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Sports Game, Amplified Bible, Beck Depression Inventory

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Psychology, Lateralized Readiness Potential, Bereitschaftspotential

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Evaluating scientific issues: does conscious thought control behaviour. 2 crayons horizontal looks shorter ( top hat illusion - because it is often dem
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Moral Treatment, General Paresis Of The Insane, Tuberculosis

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Until the end of the crusades in the 15th cen there were very few mental hospitals in. Confinement of the ill began in the 15th and 16th cen leprosariu
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Auditory Cortex, Visual Cortex, Primary Motor Cortex

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Control of behaviour regulating physiological functions looks inward (body temperature, blood pressure, nutrient levels) Organization of cerebral corte
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Wason Selection Task, Inductive Reasoning, Deductive Reasoning

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Inferring specific instances from general principles: categorical syllogism, an argument describing the relations between categories of things. The bee
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Stereotype Threat, Gender Role

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Explicit Memory

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Do not have methods to study it yet. Poorly defined third position is that consciousness is produced by activity of brain and that we should be optimis
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Anal Stage, Oral Stage, Repetition Compulsion

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Can we change our defining characteristic, and the answer to that is yes. As a whole or a group after a certain amount of time, you will naturally gain
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Bipolar Disorder, Personal Distress, Psych

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His recent inability to maintain an erection when making love to his wife was the immediate reason for his seeking therapy. His mother died suddenly wh
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Cerebral Cortex, Sensory Cortex, Brainstem

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Long-Term Memory, Explicit Memory, Sensory Memory

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Anderson reported case of 2 individuals who suffered brain damage to prefrontal area of brain before they were 2 years old. Had normal intellectual fun
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Therapy, Cognitive Model, Cognitive Distortion

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Cognitive therapy is a very distinct form of psychotherapy, very different. Between two possible explanations, choose the more simpler one, cognitive t
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Suprachiasmatic Nucleus, Preoptic Area, Retina

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Brain mechanisms of sleep several brain regions have special roles in sleep and biological rhythms all living organisms show rhythmic changes in their
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Entorhinal Cortex, Temporal Lobe, Limbic System

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Mental Health Professional, Clinical Psychology, Humorism

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - David H. Hubel, Visual Cortex, Heredity

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Understanding the limitations of brain methods strength of conclusion depends on quality of control. Must be careful when we interpret functional role
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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Visual Cortex, Positron Emission Tomography, Sensory System

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UOFLPsychology 3325John UsherFall

Psychology 3325 Lecture Notes - Ct Scan, Positron, Photon

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Brain exhibits plasticity structural change resulting from experience: New synapses form, old ones disappear, dentrites grow and shrink and oxons of ne
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