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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Axon Terminal, Action Potential, Neurotransmitter

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Individual cells in the nervous system that receive, integrate, and transmit: they are basic links that allow communication within the nervous system,
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Conscientiousness, Posttraumatic Stress Disorder, Hans Selye

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Chapter 14: stress, coping, and health: biopsychosocial model psychological, and sociocultural factors. Physical illness is caused by an interaction of
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Color Vision, Organism, Cochlea

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Gradually increases. specific sense can detect. size of the initial stimulus: weber"s fraction the fractions that apply to different sensory inputs unt
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Narcissism, Oral Stage, Preconscious

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An individual"s unique constellation of consistent behavioral traits. Durable disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of. All diverse th
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Organism, Albert Bandura, Observational Learning

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Any relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to experience: conditioning learning associations between events that occur in an or
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Preterm Birth, Prenatal Development, Fetus

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Sequence of age-related changes that occur as a person progresses from: development conception until death, prenatal development, zygote, prenatal peri
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SYRACUSEPSY 209FontanaFall

PSY 209 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Afterimage, Neural Pathway, Alan Baddeley

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Forming memory code: encoding, storage, retrieval, forgetting is due to deficiencies in any of 3 processes in memory. Maintaining encoded information i
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