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UPENNPSYC 253AllSummer

Chapter 2 (got best grade in class)

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UPENNPSYC 001Caroline J.ConnollySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter all: Classical Conditioning, Obstructive Sleep Apnea, Sensory Memory

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UPENNPSYC 253AllSummer

PSYC 253 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Rationality

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UPENNPSYC 109Michael KaneSpring

PSYC 109 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Posterior Column, Internal Capsule, Anterior Grey Column

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Posterior/caudal: toward the tail end: remember: a before p. Ventral/inferior: toward the bottom: remember: d before v. Lateral: away from the center:
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UPENNPSYC 001AllSpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Organism, Nocturnal Enuresis, Edward Thorndike

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UPENNPSYC 001Caroline J.ConnollySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13-3: Centrality

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UPENNPSYC 001Phil GehrmanSpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Spatial Memory, Explicit Memory, Motor Action F.C.

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Memory is the result of brain activity: long-term potentiation (tlp) strengthening of a synaptic connection, making the postsynaptic neurons more easil
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UPENNPSYC 001Phil GehrmanSpring

PSYC 001 Chapter 1: The Science of Psychology

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UPENNPSYC 001Daniel SwingleySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Frontal Lobe, Pituitary Gland, Reuptake

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Neuron: responsible for transferring information through the nervous system. Glial cells (glia) : support system for the neurons. Gets rid of its waste
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UPENNPSYC 001Daniel SwingleySpring

PSYC 001 Chapter Notes - Chapter 9: Cognitive Dissonance, Demand Characteristics, Jonestown

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Social psych: the study of how we influence each other"s behavior and thinking. Conformity: a change in behavior/belief to conform to a group norm (rea
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UPENNPSYC 001Phil GehrmanSpring

PSYC 001 Chapter 5: Sensation and Perception

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Portions of facial, fluid on the tongue tongue glossopharyngeal, and. Smell molecules dissolved in fluid on membranes in the nose. Olfactory nerve vagu
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UPENNPSYC 001Phil GehrmanSpring

PSYC 001 Chapter 4: Consciousness

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