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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Peripheral Nervous System, Chlorine, Enzyme

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18 Sep 2018
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Neurons: the basics, basic unit of communication in the nervous system. Sensory neurons: receiving and collecting info from the environment and send to
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Bone Density, Confounding, Psychological Science

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14 Sep 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Lecture 1: Chapter 1: Thinking Critically with Psychological Science

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11 Sep 2018
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ganglion Cell, Hearing Aid, Detection Theory

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15 Sep 2018
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Central peripheral nervous systems and the endocrine system. Psychology: the scientific study of how we think/feel/behave. Limits of intuition: intuiti
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Barbiturate, Ostracism, Gout

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15 Sep 2018
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Consciousness is our ability to be aware of ourselves and our environment. We don"t know how the brain produces consciousness. Dual processing: the hum
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101AllWinter

PSY 1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retrograde Amnesia, Semantic Memory, Flashbulb Memory

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15 Sep 2018
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Emotions: emotions are complex psychological processes, made up of 3 components: Behavioural activation: running away when frightened: emotions can be
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Christophe Andre FortinFall

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Hindsight Bias, Scale-Invariant Feature Transform, Psychological Science

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9 Sep 2018
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Chapter 1 thinking critically with psychological science. Intuition: an effortless, immediate, automatic feeling or thought, as contrasted with explici
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sensory Memory, Recognition Memory, Debit Card

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5 Oct 2014
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Key attributes of memory: learning that has persisted over time. Information that has been stored over time. Information that can be retrieved over tim
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadSummer

Chapter 3 consciousness and the twotrack mind.doc

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25 Mar 2012
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-11: Peripheral Nervous System, Autonomic Nervous System, Somatic Nervous System

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25 Feb 2015
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Rather, it examines assumptions, discerns hidden values, evaluates evidence, and assesses conclusions. The slope of the points suggests the direction o
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter 3: PSY1101 - Chapter 3 Notes.docx

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27 Feb 2015
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A strong stimulus will engage areas of the brain that are involved with activities such as language, attention and memory. An unconscious, automatic le
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Observational Learning

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5 Oct 2014
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Works on already established behaviour patterns. (e. g. , automatic responses of the body) Organism associates own actions with consequences, and is re
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Cognitive Psychology, Humanistic Psychology, Social Psychology

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2 Feb 2015
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Psychology: scientific answer questions objectively based on observable facts, data, established methods, behaviour observable actions, mental process
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Aroma Compound, Thalamus, Monosodium Glutamate

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2 Feb 2015
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Detecting a weak stimulus depends on signal"s strength and your psychological state (experience, expectations, motivation, alertness) Signal detection
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Autopilot, Pay Attention, Ophanim

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5 Oct 2014
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Consciousness: our awareness of ourselves and our environment. Chapter 3: states of consciousness 1: minimal consciousness, low- level sensory awarenes
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Najwa HaddadFall

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Sensorineural Hearing Loss, Nociceptor, Stirrup

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15 Sep 2017
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E(cid:454): f(cid:396)ogs ha(cid:448)e (cid:272)ells i(cid:374) their eyes that fire in response to small, dark moving objects. Transduction: transduct
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasWinter

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Reuptake, Adrenal Gland, Reticular Formation

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2 Feb 2015
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UOTTAWAPSY 1101Mark DallasSummer

PSY 1101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Classical Conditioning, Operant Conditioning, Observational Learning

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9 Jun 2016
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