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UTMEDS100H5DanjouxFall

EDS100H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Hidden Curriculum

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7 Feb 2018
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It examines how education functions within broader social structures. It"s less prominent within education students in general & teacher training speci
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UTMEDS210H5Liz CoulsonWinter

EDS210H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Nonverbal Communication, Selective Perception, Standpoint Theory

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2 Dec 2016
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Human communication is defined as the process of making sense of the world and sharing that sense with others by creating meaning through the use of ve
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Religion In Israel, Waking Hours, Cognitive Development

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2 Dec 2016
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Cognitive development in adolescence changes includes increased efforts for self understanding an increased searching for an identity. Changes also occ
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UTMEDS210H5Liz CoulsonWinter

EDS210H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Interpersonal Communication, Interpersonal Relationship, Social Exchange Theory

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2 Dec 2016
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Relationship: connection we establish when we communicate with another person. Interpersonal relationship: the connections we make with other people th
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UTMEDS210H5Liz CoulsonWinter

EDS210H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Millennials, Androgyny, Acculturation

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2 Dec 2016
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Chapter 4- interpersonal communication and diversity: adapting to others. Diversity creates the potential for misunderstanding and even conflict stemmi
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Depth Perception, Primitive Reflexes, Language Acquisition Device

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2 Dec 2016
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Chapter 5- physical and cognitive development in infancy. Infants physical development in the first 2 years after birth is extensive. Full term newborn
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Imaginary Audience, Binge Eating, Circadian Rhythm

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2 Dec 2016
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Biological, genetic, environmental and social factors influence adolescent development. Puberty: a period of rapid skeletal and sexual maturation invol
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Physical Attractiveness

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2 Dec 2016
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If he can only love others he cannot love at all . For a close relationship to develop familiarity is necessary. Familiarity is the most basic principl
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 18: Collectivism, Stereotype, Ageism

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2 Dec 2016
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Well known for making affordable housing and education attainable for the metis. Integrity versus despair: erikson"s eight and final stage of developme
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 19: Tanala, Congenital Disorder, Cardiovascular Disease

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2 Dec 2016
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End-of-life decisions have become a matter of public policy and ethical debate. 2 things that complicate end-of-life decisions in the future: aging pop
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UTMEDS200H5Carly PruskyFall

EDS200H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Alcoholism, Adipocyte, Binge Drinking

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2 Dec 2016
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Chapter 13- physical and cognitive development in early adulthood. Most psychologists consider 18-40 as early adulthood. Transition from adolescence to
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UTMEDS210H5Liz CoulsonWinter

EDS210H5 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Interpersonal Relationship, Conflict Management, Independent People

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2 Dec 2016
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Estimated that people in a stable, romantic relationship experience a conflict episode about twice a week. Incompatibility is at the root of all confli
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