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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Soltyrei, Object Permanence, Umbilical Cord

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She is beginning to not only master the functions of her mind and body and the features of her environment, but also starting to understand the psyches
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Adipose Tissue, Adipocyte, Eating Animals

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The survival of every animal requires an adequate supply of energy and nutrients. These are provided through the process of digestion, through which nu
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Leon Festinger, Classical Conditioning, Observational Learning

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Our responses to the social world depend to an enormous extent on how we interpret others" behaviours and how others interpret ours. Evident in the fac
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Albus Dumbledore, Recognizable Set, Palpitations

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Emotions--a ective responses (joy, sadness, pride, and anger) which are characterized by loosely linked changes in behaviour (how we act), subjective e
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Iceberg, Atlantic Media, Collective Unconscious

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We are who we seem to be. Our various traits and motivations are in plain view for all to see. Often relies on self-report data--a re ection of the ass
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Motor Neuron, Neuroglia, Organism

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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Serotonin Transporter, Quantitative Trait Locus, Molecular-Weight Size Marker

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Evolution and genetics drive the shapes, sounds, and actions of life. Incorrect theories in the early versions of evolutionary theory: Parents could pa
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Cognitive Development, Twin, Menarche

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Infancy - early childhood newborn is keenly sensitive to her own needs but largely oblivious to the needs of others. Newborn also has no clue what it m
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Observational Learning

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Species speci c--pertaining to just one species, but often the communication involves signals shared by many types of animals. Many animals would lay o
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Construals, Latte, Ego Psychology

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Also notes that we still have paid insu cient attention to the power of people"s beliefs in shaping their responses to others and to the world around t
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 15: Raymond Cattell, Agreeableness, Trash-Talk

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The trait approach to the study of personality assumes that the di erences among people can be captured by talking about what traits a person has. The
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PSYCH-UA 1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Bsc Young Boys, Fetus

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Summary: men more interested in younger, more attractive women because it indicates that they"re healthy. This means that the woman is healthy enough t
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