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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Universal Grammar, Noam Chomsky, Language Development

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4 Apr 2019
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Language, very broadly, is a set of rules used to communicate. Can be spoken or written (or signed) Language is a very complex skill that we master eff
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: German Shepherd, Counterargument, Temporal Lobe

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28 Mar 2019
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Knowledge is interconnected, we are storing knowledge in an interconnected network. One piece of information is connected to another piece of informati
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture 11: Imagery and Concepts

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21 Mar 2019
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One of the earliest debates in psychology concerns how information is represented in our minds. Imagery is a mental representation of something that is
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 8: Everyday Memory

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12 Mar 2019
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Autobiographical memory (am): includes episodic memories of events we"ve experienced as well as semantic memories of basic facts about ourselves (e. g.
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Change Detection, Dependent And Independent Variables, Implicit Learning

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13 Mar 2019
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Psy270 lecture 5: long-term memory: systems and processes. Central executive is responsible for retrieving information from the storage systems and ltm
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Word Stem, September 11 Attacks, Secondary Source

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13 Mar 2019
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Engage in deep processing (add meaning to meaningless lists) Organize (e. g. categories or hierarchies; e. g. bower, 1969) Wanted to look at people"s a
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 1: Introduction

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29 Jan 2019
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Cognition: the sum of all intelligent mental activities; acquiring and processing information about the world in order to make behavioral decisions. Tw
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Dichotic Listening Test, Musical Tone, Visual Search

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4 Feb 2019
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Attention: the selection process our brains go through when they must choose" which information to further process and which to ignore" after incoming
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 8: Everyday Memory

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12 Mar 2019
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Autobiographical memory (am): includes episodic memories of events we"ve experienced as well as semantic memories of basic facts about ourselves (e. g.
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Neutral Monism, David Chalmers, Christian Mortalism

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2 Feb 2019
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Mind-body problem: the question of how mental events, such as thoughts, beliefs and sensations are related to, or caused by, physical mechanisms taking
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter 7: Long-Term Memory

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11 Mar 2019
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The final stage of memory in the modal model is long-term memory (ltm) Theoretically, this store is limitless and there is no known capacity limit on l
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: George Sperling, Sensory Memory, Echoic Memory

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4 Feb 2019
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Encoding: initial processing of information so that it is represented in the nervous system. Storage: information encoded by the nervous system remains
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine Millicent BurtonSpring

PSY270H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Sense Of Balance, Nociception, Proprioception

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4 Feb 2019
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Perception: taking in information from the outside world through our senses and using it to in order to determine what is in our environment. Sensation
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch12 Textbook Notes

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13 Jan 2012
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A problem occurs when there is an obstacle between a present state and a goal and it isn t immediately obvious how to get around the obstacle. Well-def
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonWinter

Chapter 8

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17 Apr 2011
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Chapter 8: representation and organization of knowledge in memory: converging operations: the use of multiple approaches and techniques to address a pr
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch11 Textbook Notes

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13 Jan 2012
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Language, a system of communication using sounds or symbols that enables us to express our feelings, thoughts, ideas, and experiences. Language makes i
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch7 Textbook Notes

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13 Jan 2012
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Encoding, the process of acquiring information and transferring it into ltm. Coding, the form in which information is represented. Retrieval, process o
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UTSGPSY270H1Christine BurtonSummer

Ch9 Textbook Notes

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13 Jan 2012
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Concept, a mental representation used for a variety of cognitive functions. Categorization, the processes by which things are placed into groups. Point
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