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WLUPS101Don MorgensonFall

Chapter 14 and 15 Detailed notes of chapter 14 and 15 for final

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16 Oct 2011
148
Stigma: do not understand that people with mental illness have the same characteristics as normal people just overdramatic. Etiology: apparent causatio
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WLUPS262Elizabeth OldsWinter

sensory + perception Ch 1-4

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24 Jan 2012
103
Electricity - the electrical signals that are created by the receptors and transmitted to the brain. receptors, which transform energy from the environ
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WLUPS268Bruce Mc KayWinter

PS268 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Coca Wine, Sympathomimetic Drug, Local Anesthetic

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27 Feb 2013
131
Creates pleasure, increases alertness and decreases appetite and need for sleep: history. Traced to inca empire in peru use of coca. Adding calcified l
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofWinter

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Classical Conditioning, Psychoactive Drug, Drug Tolerance

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6 Feb 2013
106
Cs does not elicit cr initially, does so after being associated with us. Us is able to elicit target response from onset without any special training.
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WLUPS268Bruce Mc KayWinter

PS268 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Thomas De Quincey, Opioid Overdose, Opioid Receptor

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19 Mar 2013
117
Produced and available for collection for only few days of opium poppy"s life. Cut made into unripe seed pods, white substance oozes out, oxidizes to r
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WLUPS268Bruce Mc KayWinter

PS268 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: East India Company, Chocolate Liquor, Jolt Cola

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18 Mar 2013
86
Caffeine : the world"s most common psycho-stimulant: belongs to the methylxanthine (xanthine) chemical family, more people use caffeine than any other
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WLUPS263Paul MalletWinter

PS263 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-12: Thalamus, Ataxia, Microelectrode

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27 Jan 2015
142
The human brain is an intricate network of neurons (cells that receive and transmit electrochemical signals) Neuroscience: the scientific study of the
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WLUPS275Colleen LoomisFall

PS275 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-9: Endoderm, Y Chromosome, Sexual Differentiation

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29 Oct 2012
94
These skills are innate, very young children are able to quantify things (big small, long, short) By the age of 3-4 most children can count. Cardinalit
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WLUPS268Bruce Mc KayWinter

PS268 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Argyreia Nervosa, Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder, Psilocybe Semilanceata

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20 Mar 2013
73
Animism and religion: animism belief that animals, plants, rocks, streams etc derive characteristics from spirit within object, plants and their psycho
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WLUPS275Colleen LoomisSummer

PS275 Chapter Notes -Neural Tube, Social Cognition, Synaptogenesis

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22 Jun 2013
103
Chapter 1: introduction to developmental psychology and its research strategies. Development: refers to systematic continuities and changes in an indiv
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WLUPS280John StephensWinter

PS280 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-6: Psychoanalysis, Existential Therapy, Canadian Mental Health Association

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15 Oct 2013
131
The field concerned with the nature and development of abnormal behaviour, thoughts and feelings. Abnormal behaviour- includes such characteristic as s
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WLUPS261Anneke OlthofWinter

PS261 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Overtraining, Fear Conditioning, Conditioned Taste Aversion

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26 Mar 2013
70
Extinction involves omitting us or reinforcer. Forgetting loss of responding may also occur because of this, not always because of extinction. Effects
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