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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerFall

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Scatter Plot, World War I, Consumer Behaviour

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Psychology: 7th edition by stephen f. davis, jospeh j. palladino, kimberly m. christopherson. Definition emphasize behavior but doesn"t include the ric
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerSummer

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cochlea, Hair Cell, Middle Ear

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When helen keller was 19 months old she lost the senses of sight and hearing. The only senses that aided her were touch, smell, and taste. Psychologist
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerFall

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Toxoplasma Gondii, Hearing Aid, Family Values

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PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Monoamine Neurotransmitter, Sleep Spindle, Therapeutic Index

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Anesthetic awareness: surgical patients are conscious during surgery. Can hear and feel pain but not move because of the powerful muscle relaxants. Odd
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerFall

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Cognitive Interview, Hypnosis, Sensory System

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Memory: system or process by which the products or results of learning are stored for future use. Memory for learned material is best right after the l
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerFall

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Radiography, Neocortex, Garry Bushell

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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerSummer

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Substance P, Brainstem, Autonomic Nervous System

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7 May 2012
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Basic units of the nerve system are called the neurons. These cells receive, integrate, and transmit information in the nervous system. They form neura
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerSummer

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Autoimmune Disease, Reuptake, Codeine

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8 May 2012
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People can be conscious about their surroundings even when they appear not to be. People manipulate conscious experiences through natural methods medit
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerSummer

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Naturalistic Observation, Hawthorne Effect, Sympathetic Nervous System

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What is scientific inquiry: bias: prejudice that may lead to some sort of error because the data are skewed. If everything you hypothesized was true, y
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MCGILLPSYC 100Jens PruessnerSummer

PSYC 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Advantageous, Cognitive Neuroscience, Cognitive Revolution

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7 May 2012
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Psychological science is the study of the mind, the brain and behaviour. Mind refers to mental activity, the perceptual experiences we have while inter
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