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UOFMCMJ 103NiangSpring

CMJ 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Formal Language, Anxiety Disorder, Active Listening

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UOFMPSY 230Charles DufourFall

PSY 230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Ultimatum Game, Paralanguage, Fundamental Attribution Error

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We can learn about the emotional states of others by paying attention to subtle nonverbal cues, which are relatively impossible for people to actually
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UOFMBMB 280Melody NeelySpring

BMB 280 Chapter 1: Chapter 1

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UOFMPSY 230Charles DufourFall

PSY 230 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Ego Depletion, Affective Forecasting, In Essence

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4. 1 self-presentation: managing the self in different social contexts. Having access to certain knowledge about ourselves, such as our intentions, can
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UOFMCMJ 103Amanda QuiringFall

CMJ 103 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Quintilian, Episteme, Isocrates

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UOFMANT 102Christine BeitlSpring

ANT 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Historical Archaeology, Sociolinguistics, Historical Linguistics

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Human culture - chapter 1: what is anthropology. Anthropology - a discipline of infinite curiosity about human beings. Anthros is greek for man, human
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UOFMANT 102Christine BeitlSpring

ANT 102 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Cultural Relativism, Random Assignment, Ethnocentrism

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All individuals are unique but share a set of preferences, beliefs, and habits that characterize the society they live in. Material culture - houses, m
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UOFMBUA 101Devon De MarcoFall

BUA 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Business Process Reengineering, Iso 9000, Iso 14000

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UOFMCHY 254Natalie MachamerSpring

CHY 254 Chapter 3: Lab 3- Reduction of Vanillin

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UOFMSOC 101Glenn EichelSpring

SOC 101 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Symbolic Interactionism, Scientific Method, Class Consciousness

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Americans live in a free country; unlike other nations, they have freedom of choice. However our freedom to think and act is constrained at least by so
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UOFMPSY 100ColeFall

PSY 100 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Naturalistic Observation, Critical Thinking

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Intuition an effortless, immediate, automatic feeling or thought, as contrasted with explicit , conscious reasoning. Hindsight bias the tendency to bel
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UOFMCMJ 103NiangSpring

CMJ 103 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 Notes

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