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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicSpring

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Exogamy, Ovulation, Donald Broadbent

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24 Apr 2016
9
Dating activities closely regulated by parents, chaperones, and often taken place in the home of the girls. Dating is not casual but an indication of c
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicSpring

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Covenant Marriage, Assortative Mating, Normative Social Influence

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24 Apr 2016
7
Exogenous payoff by marrying social approval received by following norm. Commitment device promote relationship-specific investments (buying a home) Si
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicSpring

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Macrohistory

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24 Apr 2016
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Assume that you choose or determine why and how you do something. Ex. rational choice theory individuals make choices based on costs and rewards. Colem
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicWinter

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Elizabeth Spelke, Connected Space, Tabula Rasa

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26 Mar 2014
22
Chapter 5 - independent questions: cognitive changes, piaget"s view of the first two years. 1. (a) define object permanence. (b) your textbook states t
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicWinter

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Synaptic Pruning, Primitive Reflexes, Synaptogenesis

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26 Mar 2014
26
Chapter 4 - independent questions: physical changes, the brain and nervous system. 1. (a) is the reproductive system fully developed at birth? (b) alth
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicWinter

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Epigenome, Classical Conditioning, Epigenetics

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26 Mar 2014
27
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18 Mar 2014
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicWinter

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: The Blank Slate, Tabula Rasa, Neurology

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18 Mar 2014
44
Chapter 1: independent questions: the scientific study of human development, define developmental psychology. developmental psychology the scientific s
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicSpring

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Median Income, Miscarriage, Ovulation

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24 Apr 2016
3
75% of couples experience a decline in their feelings of love and less motivation to work on the relationship after firstborn. Explanations of fertilit
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UBCSOCI 200Silvia BartolicSpring

SOCI 200 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Standard-Definition Television, Family Values, Straightaway

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24 Apr 2016
5
Non-marital cohabitation an important recent trend; changing the cohorts of society. Cohabitation originally seen as deviant, now seen as preferred soc
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