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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Inferior Colliculus, Olivary Body, Trapezoid Body

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Ascending pathways: from the ear to the brain: the structures in the auditory pathways come in pairs (i. e. right and left hemisphere), pathways, main:
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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Extraocular Muscles, Binocular Disparity, Ciliary Muscle

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Goal of perceiving depth: the goal is the accurately perceive a 3-d world using two. 2-d retinal images, one in each eye: the representation of 3-d spa
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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Motion Aftereffect, Biological Neural Network, Motion Perception

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Motion perception in area v1 and area mt. Four ways to perceive movement: real motion, the object is physically moving, apparent motion, stationary sti
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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Spectral Power Distribution, Reflectance, Color Solid

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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Inattentional Blindness, Retina, Functional Neuroimaging

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Introduction: awareness, active thinking about or concentration on some source of stimulation, attention, the selection of some source of sensory stimu
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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Somatosensory System, Haptic Perception, Subcutaneous Tissue

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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Tuning Fork, Inverse-Square Law, Sound

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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Primary Olfactory Cortex, Olfactory Receptor, Olfactory Receptor Neuron

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Olfaction (the sense of smell: odorants, chemicals in the world, have different molecular shapes. c) In order to smell they must be: i. ii. iii. Hydrop
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CONCORDIAPSYC 363Michael LantzWinter

PSYC 363 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Computer-Aided Technologies, Action Potential, Cranial Nerves

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Perception is the link between you and the world. Study perceptions through neurons and the brain: neurons & neural signals, brain organization, neuros
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CONCORDIAPSYC 315Alan BoyleFall

PSYC 315 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Null Hypothesis, Standard Error, Confidence Interval

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Chapter 8: confidence intervals, effect size & power. 3 ways to move beyond flaws in hypothesis testing: confidence intervals, effect size, statistical
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CONCORDIAPSYC 305Kalogeropoulos DennisWinter

PSYC 305 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Birth Order, Superiority Complex, Word Association

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Joseph breuer physiologist, was treating bertha pappenheim developed hysteria. Tried to determine physiological cause for her headaches, loss of sensat
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CONCORDIAPSYC 355Stephane GaskinWinter

PSYC 355 Chapter 24: PSYC 355 Chapter 24- Memory Systems

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