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PSYC 1103: General Psychology II (Enhanced)

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    Study Guide 3: includes summary of lectures 16-23
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    Lecture Notes 23: includes what factors contribute to interpersonal conflict and overview of group behavior
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    Lecture Notes 22: includes continuation of biological and environmental factors of aggression, and provides overview of altruism
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    Lecture Notes 21: includes overview of Milgram's obedience study and Standford prison experiment as well as introduces topic of aggression
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    Lecture Notes 20: includes what and how there's a social influence on people and gives an overview of social norms as well as conformity and compliance
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    Lecture Notes 19: includes overview of how attraction occurs and what leads to marital satisfaction
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    Lecture Notes 18: includes overview of self-perception and focuses on stereotypes and prejudice and the theories associated with it
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    Lecture Notes 17: includes overview of attribution theory and attitude formation
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    Lecture Notes 16: includes overview of social comparison, identities, and schemas
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    Midterm 2 Study Guide: includes a summary and key terms of lectures 9-15
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    Lecture Notes 15: includes overviews of humanistic, behavior, and cognitive-behavior therapy
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    Lectures Notes 14: includes types of schizophrenia and reasons why as well as types of personality disorders and treatment of psychological disorders
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    Lecture Notes 13: includes summary of the five axes in the DSM-IV and overview of the different types of psychological disorders
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    Lecture Notes 12: includes continuation of personality theories and introduction to psychological disorders
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    Lecture Notes 11: includes a continuation from lecture notes 10, summary of trait theories and evaluations of those theories
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    Lecture Notes 10: includes overview of the theory of personality, defense mechanisms, and developmental stages
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    Lecture Notes 9: includes examples of stressors, overview of how to measure stress, what stress mediators are and do, and types of stress responses
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    Exam 1 Study Guide: includes a summary of every lecture and key terms from chapters 1, 2, and 12
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    Lecture 8 Notes: includes overview of development of gender roles, nature-nurture issues, gender-role socialization, adolescence, and aging
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    Lecture Notes 7: includes an overview of Kohlberg's stages of moral reasoning and Erik Erikson's stages of psychosocial development
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    Lecture Notes 6: includes overview of developmental stages, claims targeted towards Piaget's theories, executed control, and brief summary of social cognition in children
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    Lecture Notes 5: includes continuation of attachment, summary of temperament, and overview of early cognition and Jean Piaget's theory of development
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    Lecture Notes 4: includes types of teratogens, overview of neonatal reflexes and infant attachment
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    Lecture 3 Notes: includes continuation of research methods, and introduction of developmental psychology
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    Lecture Notes 4: includes a continuation of history and methods, summary of research methods, and explains some experimental issues

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