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Introduction to Human Factors

PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Visual Acuity, Visual Angle, Ticket Machine
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Final Exam Study Guide Human Factors can... • save lives o Ex oil rig disasters • Increase effectiveness/efficiency o Everyday life • Opening doors o Big circumstances ...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Avi Parush
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Quiz Guide: Myelin, Golgi Apparatus, Axon Hillock

Lecture 1 1 The idea that species exhibiting more complex behaviors will possess relatively larger brains is summed up by the idea ofA Principle of proper massB EncephalizationC Principle of mass actionD Relativization 2re...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Catherine Smith
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trita, Shift Work, Automatic Control

PSYC2800FinalExamMockQuestions1DescribethekeyworkenvironmentfactorsassociatedwiththevigilancedecrementVigilanceissustainedattentiontolowstimuluschangingenvironmentsSovigilancedecrementisweakeningintheabilitytoremainvigilan...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
How Do We Learn and Remember.docx

How Do We Learn and RememberConnecting Learning and MemoryoLearningA change in an organisms behaviour as a result of experienceCan be measured the same way in humans and animalsoMemoryThe ability to recall or recognize pre...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
Why Do We Sleep and Dream.docx

Why Do We Sleep and DreamOrigins of Biological RhythmsoBiorhythm Inherent timing mechanism that controls or initiates various biological processesInside of us there are neurons that keep track of how time is goingThis is l...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Thalamus, Oligodendrocyte, Brainstem

SampleexamquestionsDefinitions2markseachlocationformandfunction1BrainstemCentralstructuresofthebrainincludingthehindbrainmidbrainthalamusandhypothalamusresponsibleformostunconsciousbehaviourBeginswherethespinalcordentersth...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Biological Neural Network, Neuropsychology, Synesthesia

How Does the Brain ThinkThe Nature of ThoughtoThinking is an activity of complex neural circuits not some region of the brain oCell AssemblyHypothetical group of neurons that become functionally connected because they rece...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Methylphenidate, Ct Scan, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

In parkinsons disease you see a degeneration of these neuronsif we want to diagnose somebody postmartimewe might section their brain and see if thesecell bodies are gone we have animal models of parkinsonswhere we might in...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Mptp, Neurochemistry, Encephalitis

Neurobehavioural DisordersCauses of Abnormal BehaviouroEvidence for brain abnormalities in organicneurobiological disorders is straightforward and the causes are generallyGenetic Error Ex Huntingtons DiseaseProgressive Cel...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2200 - Condendsed Review Notes

BrainBehaviour Review for MidTerm 1 IntroductionHistory Why Study BrainBehaviour Many behavioral disorders can be explained and possibly cured by understanding the brainThe brain is the most complex living organ on Earth a...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
All Professors
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Radial Glial Cell, Retinal Ganglion Cell

Biological Foundations of Behaviour Midterm #2 Material Ethology: study of animal behaviour Ablation: removal or destruction of tissue Bregma: used as a reference point to map out b...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Kim Hellemans
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, Radial Glial Cell, Retinal Ganglion Cell

Biological Foundations of Behaviour Midterm #2 Material Ethology: study of animal behaviour Ablation: removal or destruction of tissue Bregma: used as a reference point to map out b...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Kim Hellemans
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glossopharyngeal Nerve, Saltatory Conduction, Nitric Acid

Biological Foundations of Behaviour Midterm #1 TERMS Materialism: behavior can be explained by nervous system without immaterial mind..supported by Darwin and Alfred Wallace Natu...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Kim Hellemans
PSYC 2800 Study Guide - Final Guide: Eyeblink Conditioning, Reward System, Implicit Memory

Lecture 4 [final] Connecting Learning and Memory Learning A change in an organisms behavior as a result of experience So it is not just sitting in a classroom and taking notes and ...

Psychology
PSYC 2800
Amanda Helleman

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