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SHERIDAN COLLEGEPSYC 15065GRuth MartinWinter

PSYC 15065G Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Brain Records, Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning

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Any relative permanent change in behavior brought about either by experience practice is called learning. When someone learns something, a part of thei
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SHERIDAN COLLEGEPSYC 15065GRuth MartinWinter

PSYC 15065G Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Edward B. Titchener, Gestalt Psychology, Wilhelm Wundt

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Psychology: study of behavior and mental processes. Behavior includes actions and reactions (talking, facial expression), whereas, mental processes is
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SHERIDAN COLLEGEPSYC 15065GRuth MartinWinter

PSYC 15065G Chapter 2: The Biological Perspective

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Nervous system: complex system of specialized cells that carry information to and from all parts of the body. Neuron is a basic cell in the nervous sys
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SHERIDAN COLLEGEPSYC 15065GRuth MartinWinter

PSYC 15065G Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Aqueous Humour, Vitreous Body, Color Blindness

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Sensation occurs when special receptors in the sense organs get activated. These receptors get stimulated by different kind of energy. For instance, to
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 15288-Fall

SCIE 15288 Chapter 4: Biology Chapter 4

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Cellular metabolism - set of chemical reactions that acquire, store and release energy in cells. Enzyme -> protein that speeds up a chemical reaction w
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Electrical Conduction System Of The Heart, Purkinje Fibers, Interventricular Septum

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Throughout the myocardium are specialized cardiac muscle tissue that initiate and distribute impulses. A key portion called the sa node (sinoatrial nod
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate, Follicle-Stimulating Hormone, Anterior Pituitary

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The nervous system and the endocrine system work together to maintain homeostasis. The endocrine system consists of cells, tissues and organs that secr
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Leukocyte Extravasation, Heme, Solution

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Blood is a mixture of cells, fragments bio-chemicals that helps transport substances, help maintain a stable intestinal fluid and distributes heat. The
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Paranasal Sinuses, Nasal Cavity, Nasal Septum

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The respiratory system"s primary functions are to obtain oxygen and remove carbon dioxide. Also entrap particles from incoming air, produces vocal soun
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 17 : Renal Function, Proximal Tubule, Peritubular Capillaries

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The urinary system removes salts and nitrogenous wastes. Also maintains normal concentration of water and electrolytes in the body fluids, regulates ph
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Exocrine Gland, Dander, Mononuclear Phagocyte System

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Chapter 14- lymphatic system: lymphatic system is a vast collection of cells and biochemicals that travel in lymphatic vessels, and organs and glands t
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SHERIDAN COLLEGESCIE 22273Tara HayesWinter

SCIE 22273 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Lingual Tonsils, Gastrointestinal Tract, Gastric Glands

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Digestion: mechanical and chemical breakdown of foods and the absorption of the nutrients from it. Mechanical digestion breaks larger foods into smalle
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