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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Function Word, Content Word, Traditional Chinese Characters

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22 Apr 2013
22
Language- our spoken, written, or gestured works and the way we combine them to communicate meaning. It is designed for exchange of meanings and inform
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Ganglion Cell Layer, Detection Theory, Optic Disc

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11 Apr 2013
22
Sense organs & sensory nerves evolved to provide us w/ useful info about the external world. How sensory system do so depends on specific modality of t
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Two-Streams Hypothesis, Visual Agnosia, Parahippocampal Gyrus

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22 Apr 2013
44
Perception- a rapid, automatic, unconscious process by which we recognize what is represented by the info provided by our sense organs. Visual info pro
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Central Tendency, Psych, Demand Characteristics

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1 Feb 2013
34
Scientific method- a set of rules that governs the collection and analysis of data gained through observational studies or experiments. Psychologists c
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Long-Term Memory, Iconic Memory, Sensory Memory

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20 Mar 2013
25
Again, we have to indirectly measure it based on performance. Associationism- belief that memory results from mental connections between ideas and conc
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Corpus Callosum, Franz Mesmer, Split-Brain

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20 Mar 2013
30
Consciousness exists b/c of the nature of human brain but just how this occurs is not known. Our brains may not be simply able to understand biology of
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UBCPSYC 101Barbara CoxWinter

PSYC 101 Chapter Notes -Psych, Job Satisfaction, Cognitive Neuroscience

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1 Feb 2013
36
Psychology- the scientific study of the causes of behaviour; also the application of the findings of psychological research to the solution of problems
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