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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Dr.Jill Singleton- JacksonFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Problem Set, Discovery Learning, Mayonnaise

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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Ken CramerFall

Psychology 46-115 Chapter 11: 46-115 Notes on Emotion Motivation

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Chapter 11: emotion and motivation (page 456 497) 7?) are cross-culturally universal: happiness, sadness, surprise, fear, disgust, anger, motivation-st
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Ken CramerFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Von Restorff Effect, Memory Span, Iconic Memory

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22 Nov 2013
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3 systems of memory: sensory, short-term, and long-term: span how much information can each system hold, duration how long can each system hold informa
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U WINDSORPSYC 1160Ken CramerWinter

Psychology 46-116 Chapter 10: Notes on Human Development

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U WINDSORPSYC 3230Joseph CaseyWinter

46-323 Chapter Notes - Chapter unit 1: Muscle Tone, Projective Test, Chromosome

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Marks a time period in ontario where medical and genetic characteristics played a role in recognizing someone as developmentally disabled. However, soc
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150CramerSummer

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2-4,11: Base Rate Fallacy, Extrasensory Perception, Daniel Kahneman

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22 Jul 2015
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Psych final (chapters 2, 3, 4, & 11 +lecture) Stunning breakthrough in the treatment of infantile autism facilitator sits next to the child with autism
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Dr.Jill Singleton- JacksonFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Psychological Testing, Electroencephalography, Temporal Lobe

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1a) the method dr. hans is using is brain mapping, more specifically identifying lesions. Scientists have discovered lesions, (areas of damage) in spec
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Ken CramerFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Mary Cover Jones, Operant Conditioning Chamber, Reinforcement

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22 Nov 2013
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Pairing sights and the sounds of products with celebrities. Latent inhibition difficulty in conditioning a familiar stimulus than an unfamiliar stimulu
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150ThistleFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Long-Term Memory, Semantic Memory, Sensory Memory

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16 Apr 2014
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Guided imaginary therapists ask clients to imagine past events. Hypnotic age regression therapists use hypnosis to return clients to their psychologica
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U WINDSORPSYC 3530Avi CohenWinter

46-353 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-4: Excitatory Synapse, Axon Terminal, Neuron Doctrine

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18 Mar 2015
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Chapter 1: acquisition phase: the period in which the animal is acquiring a new skill. Aristotle: associationist: philosophers who developed early theo
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Ken CramerFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Lucid Dream, Restless Legs Syndrome, Sleep Paralysis

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22 Nov 2013
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Level of awareness changes constantly in response to external (sights, sounds) and internal (bodily processes) stimuli to meet demands. Biology of slee
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U WINDSORPSYC 1150Ken CramerFall

46-115 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: James Oberg, Popular Psychology, Pseudoskepticism

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22 Nov 2013
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Uncommon sense: popular psychology industry a sprawling network of everyday sources of information about human behaviour. Naive realism: seeing is beli
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