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PSYCH 1X03 Study Guide - Final Guide: Social Facilitation, Representativeness Heuristic, Fundamental Attribution Error

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PSYCH 1X03 Lecture 12: Review

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PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Albert Bandura, Social Learning Theory, Social Facilitation

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PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Fundamental Attribution Error, Representativeness Heuristic, Physical Attractiveness

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PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hermann Ebbinghaus, Reca

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PSYCH 1X03 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Visual Search, Donald Broadbent

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Attention: our ability to attend only to the information relevant to our goals. Selection: when an object of attention is selected or attended to apart
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes -Headache

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10 Dec 2012
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Attention helps you to focus finite mental resources on key parts of the active scene. Memory helps you recall specific behaviours, which are appropria
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Fall 2018 Chapter 3 - Classical conditioning, Learning, Habituation

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20 Sep 2018
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Relatively enduring change in the mechanisms of behaviour that occurs due to experience. Learning may occur, yet not be immediately reflected, in perfo
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Learning, Dishabituation, Habituation

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23 Jan 2019
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Relatively enduring change in the mechanisms of behaviour that occurs due to experience. Learning may occur, yet not be immediately reflected, in perfo
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MCMASTERPSYCH 1X03Joe KimFall

PSYCH 1X03 Lecture 1: Chapter 1 Textbook Notes

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23 Jan 2019
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In psychological research: operational definitions are essential, they are always open to argument. A key step in critically evaluating any research. C
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Formal Methods, Operational Definition, Intelligence Quotient

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19 Jan 2016
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Informal answers: replying on your personal experiences, common sense. Psychologists are interested in exploring questions with formal methods (set of
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: String Theory, Inta, Baby Bottle

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3 Nov 2016
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1x03 module 7 categories & concepts. Our everyday decisions depend on quick categorization abilities. Our interactions with the world involve colours,
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter Forming Impressions: Physical Attractiveness, Elaine Hatfield, Fundamental Attribution Error

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20 Nov 2016
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Through a lifetime of social events and interactions, you have learned how to quickly form impressions of the people around you. Your experiences allow
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Puzzle Box, Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning

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19 Jan 2016
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Non-associative forms of learning, allows you to respond more (sensitization) and focus attention or respond less (habituation) and ignore stimuli. Ass
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes -Physical Attractiveness, Availability Heuristic, Fundamental Attribution Error

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24 Sep 2013
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Attribution- how to assign cause and effect to a given circumstance. According to their influence theory, you actively analyze a person"s behaviour to
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes -Exemplar Theory, Prototype Theory, National Technical Research Organisation

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14 Dec 2014
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Yellow and red apples all fall under subgroup of apples" representation of the category called a prototype prototypes. Without the ability to categoriz
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale, Scientific Method, Inductive Reasoning

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13 Nov 2016
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Chapter 2 readings: research methods in psychology scientists are looking for further methods to evaluate research questions using techniques and conce
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PSYCH 1X03 Chapter 6-6.1: Forming Impressions

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22 Nov 2016
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Attribution theories: correspondent inference theory: a(cid:272)ti(cid:448)el(cid:455) a(cid:374)al(cid:455)ze perso(cid:374)"s (cid:271)eha(cid:448)io
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