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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Passive-Aggressive Behavior, Dysthymia, Defence Mechanisms

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25 Jan 2013
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Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders (dsm) now in its 4th edition, commonly referred to as dsm iv or dsm iv-tr. Bloodletting was part
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 10: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 10 Notes (VC14)

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6 Oct 2016
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The receptor acts as as a transducer which translates the external signal to an action potential. Transducers take 1 form of info and translate it to a
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 1: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 1 Notes (VC1)

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9 Apr 2016
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Physiology (def): the study of the normal functioning of a living organism and its component parts, including all of its chemical and physical processe
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 9: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 9 Notes (VC14)

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6 Oct 2016
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Peripheral nervous system (pns): nerve tissue outside outside the cns. Crainial nerves and branches, spinal nerves and branches, ganglia, plexuses and
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 11: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 11 Notes (VC15)

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6 Oct 2016
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Chapter 11: efferent division autonomic & somatic motor control. Somatic motor neurons control skeletal muscles and are mostly voluntary. Autonomous me
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 3: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 3 Notes (VC2)

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9 Apr 2016
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Membrane physiology (def): all signals from nervous system happen at the membrane level. Functional compartments: extracellular fluid; plasma, intersti
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U OF SPHSI 208Baillie LandonFall

PHSI 208 Chapter 5: PHSI 208.6 Chapter 5 Notes (VC2,3,4)

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6 Oct 2016
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The body fluids are in two compartments: the extracellular fluid (ecf) and intracellular fluid (icf). The ecf and icf are in osmotic equilibrium, but h
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Exhibitionism, Sleepwalking, Human Sexual Response Cycle

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25 Jan 2013
17
Disorders usually first diagnosed in infancy, childhood, or adolescence. Intellectual, emotional, and physical disorders that usually begin in infancy,
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Dementia, Alexithymia, Standard Deviation

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25 Jan 2013
14
Inter-rater reliability: refers to the degree to which two independent observers or judges agree. Test-retest reliability: measures the extent to which
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U OF SPHSI 208Neil HibbertFall

PHSI 208 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Anxiety Disorder, Mental Disorder, Intermittent Explosive Disorder

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25 Jan 2013
10
A diagnosis of factitious disorder is applied to ppl who intentionally produce or complain of physical or psychological symptoms, apparently cuz of a p
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