Textbook Notes for NROC61H3 at University of Toronto Scarborough (UTSC)

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Chapter 16

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Chapter 18

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NROC61 - Ch19 textbook notes

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The electrical contribution of any single cortical neuron is exceeding small, however, and must penetrate several layers of non-neural tissue to reach
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Article notes

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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ellipse, Third Order, Catatonia

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Chapter 4 - classical conditioning: basic phenomena and various complexities. Acquisition refers to the process of developing and strengthening a condi
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dog Bite, Immunosuppression, Systematic Desensitization

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Chapter 5 classical conditioning: underlying processes and practical applications. Stimulus-substitution theory the cs acts as a substitute for the us.
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Article Notes

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Sharif alkatib: cytokines produce signals read by the brain to indicate a site of inflammation leading to a fever and sickness-behaviors, cns. Crh: par
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Reinforcement, Backward Chaining, Abraham Maslow

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Chapter 7 schedules and theories of reinforcement. Schedules of reinforcement is the response requirement that must be met to obtain reinforcement. A s
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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Classical Conditioning, Fear Conditioning, Aplysia

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Article notes

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NROC61H3 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Operant Conditioning, Motivation, Aspirin

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Operant behaviours occur when behaviour is influenced by their consequences, and the effect of those consequences upon behaviour are called operant con
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NROC61 - Eskandari article notes

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Eskandari - neural-immune interactions in health and disease. Cns signals immune system via hormonal & neuronal pathways and immune sysem sig nals cns
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