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Textbook Notes for Augustana Faculty - Psychology at University of Alberta (U OF A)


U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter 4: Psych Ch. 4 notes

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Synesthesia- a condition in which perceptual or cognitive activities (listening to music, reading) trigger exceptional experiences (colour, taste) Emot
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U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter 5: Psych ch. 5 notes

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Mind wandering- when people experience task-unrelated thoughts (much like freud"s concept of a slip of the tongue/ freudian slip) Electroencephalograph
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U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter 6: Psych ch. 6 notes

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Learning- any relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience. Phobias- irrational fears of specific objects or situations
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Bigram, Parietal Lobe, Logic Puzzle

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You don"t just perceive objects, you also recognize them and can identify what they are. In chapter 2 a condition known as apperceptive agnosia was int
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U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Psych, Standard Deviation, Dependent And Independent Variables

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Develop measurement techniques that make it possible to describe behaviour clearly and properly. Hypothesis - tentative statement about the relationshi
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Interference Theory, Hyperthymesia, Decay Theory

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Hyperthymesia super recall, they can remember anything that they did and tell you the day they did it, what they were wearing and what the weather was
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Revolution, Behaviorism, Working Memory

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U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Complex Differential Form, Psych, Temporal Lobe

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Perceptions of form and pattern entail feature analysis. The process of detecting speci c elements in visual input and assembling them into a more comp
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Vocal Folds, Vocal Tract, Function Word

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Language relies on well-defined patterns patterns in how individual words are used, patterns in how words are put together into phrases. Language has a
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Capgras Delusion, Cerebral Hemisphere, Occipital Lobe

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Capgras syndrome a person suffering from this is able to recognise their loved ones but with no feeling of familiarity making them feel as though their
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U OF AAUPSY101Timothy ParkerFall

AUPSY101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Mind-Wandering, Somniloquy, Sleep Disorder

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Psych 101: somniloquy - when people talk in their sleep, narcolepsy - a serious sleep disorder in which those who suffer from it often fall asleep unco
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U OF AAUPSY102Katharine BaileyWinter

AUPSY102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Lateral Geniculate Nucleus, Parvocellular Cell, Visual Acuity

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Cornea the transparent tissue at the front of each eye that plays an important role in focusing the incoming light. Lens the transparent tissue located
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