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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dura Mater, Pia Mater, Peripheral Nervous System
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SUMMARY: NEUROSCIENCE Sunday, 20 August 2017 5:26 PM Nervous system - Central nervous system (CNS): brain spinal cord - Peripheral nervous system (PHS) Central nervous system Brain spinal cord protected by: Bone meninges...

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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hydrocephalus, Limbic System, Pharmacology
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SUMMARY: Brain imaging Sunday, 13 August 2017 1:12 PM Brain The ventricles Cavities inside brain Filled with cerebral-spinal fluid (CSF) Sewerage system of CNS (blockage = cause hydrocephalus, where inflated ventricle squ...

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PSYC1002 Final: sleep and appetite
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find more resources at oneclass.com SUMMARY: SLEEP & APPETITE Wednesday, 23 August 2017 9:51 PM SLEEP & WAKEFULNESS Hormones that keep use awake (in brain stem) Noradrenaline neurons in Locus Coeru...

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PSYC1002
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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carol Dweck, Developmental Psychology, Verbal Reasoning
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SUMMARY: MENTAL ABILITIES Monday, 25 September 2017 9:00 PM Mental abilities: Capacity to perform higher mental processes of reasoning, remembering, understanding and problem solving. Describe the difference between implic...

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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Cognitive Psychology, Working Memory, Behaviorism
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COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY Cognitive psychology 1. Cognitive Psychology differs from behaviourism in that internal mental constructs (such a consciousness, memory, thought, attention) can be studied. 2. Because those internal me...

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PSYC1002
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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Frontal Lobe, Temporal Lobe, Encephalopathy
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SUMMARY: split brainmemory Wednesday, August 30, 2017 5:09 PM Right brain = left side of body Left brain = right side of body One side is more dominant (I.e. left hemisphere more dominant if you right handed) Humans are 90...

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PSYC1002
Psychology professor
PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Qualia, Enteric Nervous System, Group C Nerve Fiber
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SUMMARY: Perception Thursday, September 14, 2017 5:58 PM Sensation: how your senses transform physical properties of the environment and body into electrical signals relayed to the brain Perception: process of organizing, ...

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PSYC1002
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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Relativism

Ethics Psychology Morality vs ethics Morality manner, custom, conduct Questions of duty, obligation and conduct. Are our actions right or wrong Principles or habits with respect to right or wrong conduct. It is ultimately ...

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PSYC1002
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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Carol Dweck, Lewis Terman, Intelligence Quotient

Mental abilities: Capacity to perform higher mental processes of reasoning, remembering, understanding and problem solving. Describe the difference between implicit and explicit theories of intelli...

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PSYC1002
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PSYC1002 Study Guide - Final Guide: Abnormal Psychology, Medical Diagnosis, Reductionism

Abnormal psychology What is seen as normal and abnormal can differ depending on the time and culture Abnormal psychology Abnormal behaviour, emotion, cognition Abnormal behaviour Personally distressing, dysfunctional andor...

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