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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

Chapter 2: Brain and Behaviour

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

Textbook definitions.docx

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The minimum amount of physical energy necessary to produce a sensation. Memories currently stored in memory which can be retrieved when necessary are b
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-70: Slow-Wave Sleep, Lucid Dream, Sleep Deprivation

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71 and 73 impact of social factor (power of social influence) 70 and 74 impact of social factor (social cognition) Members of these groups tend to stic
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Don UrsinoWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 71: Foot-In-The-Door Technique, Social Loafing, Social Facilitation

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When people interact, they almost always affect one another"s behaviour. Classic sidewalk experiment; various numbers of people stood on a busy new yor
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

Chapter 8: Memory

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

PSYC Readings updated :)

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

PSYCH - Chapter 1 Textbook Notes

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 51: Agreeableness, Extraversion And Introversion, Hexaco Model Of Personality Structure

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The trait approach: trait theories are psychologist who are interested in analyzing , and classify personal traits, to better understand personality, p
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererFall

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Do You Believe In Magic (Song)

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Snoring, Progressive Muscle Relaxation, Somniloquy

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Module 24: consciousness sleep and dreams (pg. Spend approximately 25 years of life asleep. Many commonsense beliefs about sleep are false. Sleep is an
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BROCK UPSYC 1F90John MittererWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 70: Social Comparison Theory, Reference Group, Philip Zimbardo

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BROCK UPSYC 1F90Kathryn BelickiWinter

PSYC 1F90 Chapter Notes - Chapter 24: Sigmund Freud, Robert Mccarley, Night Terror

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Sleep is an innate biological rhythm, that is essential. Sleep deprivation can cause many symptoms like hypersomnia, trembling hands, trouble staying a
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