Sexuality[November.5.2010] Sexualidentity o Sexualorientation o Bodyimage o Sexualvalues/ethics o Eroticpreferences o Thesethingsareacombinationofgenetics,physiology,andpsychosocial influences Physiologyofsexuality o Hormonesarethekey o Androg
20:19 Conservation Biology: A Dynamic and Growing Field Conservation bio has happened due to governmental action, both nationally and internationally o Goal of many national governments; laws such as U.S. Endangered Species Act; Red Lists of endange
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-what might keep us from looking at the world views of others fairly? -how can we circumvent all these issues? Potential solutions: -more info about other -proving
Islam & Religiology Introduction to Islam: - Islam: a Western religion? - Proximity to the West: geographic, ideological, religious, philosophical - Why so misunderstood? What is Islam? Who are Muslims? - Defining Islam: peace and submission - 3-letter Ar
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Chapter 1 Adjustment: the psychological processes through which people manage or cope with the demands and challenges of everyday life Behavior: any overt (observable) response or activity by an organism Case study: an in-depth investigation of an individ
Marriage [October.8.2010] Marriage- legally and socially sanctioned union of sexually intimate adults o Features include: o Economic interdependence, common residence, sexual fidelity, and shared responsibility for children Challenging Tradition o M
Self-concept I [September.13.2010] Who are you? o In individualist societies, we look for what makes us unique o We also look for ways to define who we are in an uncertain world o To do that, we form a self-concept Self-Concept o Organized col
AdjustmentinEverydayLife ThisModernWorld o Progressorjustswitchingonesetofproblemsforanother? o Injuryandinfectiousdiseasesbecomesobesity,sleepdeprivationanda sedentarylifestyle o Timesavedvs.timespent o Ifwearesorich,howcomeImbroke? o Choicev
ECOL 3530 Conservation Biology
Time: 3 hours per week. Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 10:45 am
Place: Ecology auditorium (room 201)
Instructor of record:
Richard Hall, Ph.D.