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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 102CJenny RinehartSpring

PSY BEH 102C Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Childhood Obesity, Xerostomia, Laxative

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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 9Jodi Anne QuasFall

PSY BEH 9 Chapter Notes -6 Years, Soup Spoon, Aphasia

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Phoneme- the smallest significant unit of sound in a language. Alphabetic characters roughly correspond to phonemes (e. g. apt, tap, and pat are all ma
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 9Jodi Anne QuasFall

PSY BEH 9 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Affective Forecasting, Logic Puzzle, Confirmation Bias

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Mental representations- contents in the mind that stand for some object or event or state of affairs, allowing us to think about those objects or event
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11BMark SteyversFall

PSY BEH 11B Chapter Notes - Chapter 8.5: Ram Parity, Forgetting Curve, Ginkgo Biloba

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E. altmann & gray, 2002; bailey & chen, 1989; wixted, 2004: new learning: new information getting added to long-term memory disrupts old information al
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 9Jodi Anne QuasFall

PSY BEH 9 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Contiguity, Exposure Therapy, Classical Conditioning

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Pavlov and the conditioned response: dog"s salivation could be set off by a range of other stimuli, unconditioned response- biologically determined ref
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11ABruce BergFall

PSY BEH 11A Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Optical Flow, Binocular Disparity, Parallax

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Visual system contains cells called feature detectors. Features play a role in object recognition. The starting point for recognizing objects depends o
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11CSusan CharlesWinter

PSY BEH 11C Chapter Notes - Chapter 14.4: Borderline Personality Disorder, Big Five Personality Traits, Generalized Anxiety Disorder

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In modern clinical practice, personality disorders are controversial for several reasons: personality disorders appear to be extreme versions of normal
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 102CJenny RinehartSpring

PSY BEH 102C Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Parens Patriae, Involuntary Commitment, Malingering

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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 101DJutta HeckhausenFall

PSY BEH 101D Chapter Notes - Chapter 16: Individualized Education Program, Nonverbal Communication, Motivation

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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11ABruce BergFall

PSY BEH 11A Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Rhodopsin, Retina, Middle Ear

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Psychology (8 t h edition) by gleitman, gross, & reisberg: signal detection theory deals with the complexity of decision criteria; suggests that a perc
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11BMark SteyversFall

PSY BEH 11B Chapter Notes - Chapter Ch. 14 pp. 562-573: Mothers Talk, Harry Harlow, Oksapmin Language

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Third major aspect of development (first two = sensorimotor and cognitive): child"s emerging capacity to function as a social and emotional being. Newb
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UC-IRVINEPSY BEH 11BLinda LevineSpring

PSY BEH 11B Chapter Notes - Chapter 14: Neural Tube, Prenatal Development, Brainstem

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Prenatal development: from conception to birth a. i. Critical genes turn on and produce chemical signals that induce a process of differentiation among
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