Psych Chapter 10

Why do we conduct experiments? Because we would like to understand as much as we can about the nature of a relationship between two variables so that we can possibly influence some outcome Example: Seeing red Background Red has many connotations, mostly negative Psychologist Andrew Elliot wanted to test whether Read more…

Chapter 7-6 Nervous System

autonomic nervous system Nerves that control involuntary body functions of muscles, glands, and internal organs. brain The part of the central nervous system that is located in the skull and controls most functions in the body central nervous system brain and spinal cord cerebellum the “little brain” attached to the Read more…

MEDA 221 Test 13

Medicare Secondary Payer MSP This explains Medicare’s unfavorable response to a request for redetermination Medicare Redetermination Notice How many steps are there in the Medicare appeal process? 5 to double-check that totals are accurate and consistent reconciliation The _____________ of a claim refers to the payer’s decision regarding payment. determination Read more…

MGMT Chapter 8

Which of the following depicts the positions in the firm and how they are arranged? A. Benchmarking B. Departmentalization C. Situational analysis D. Organization chart E. Value chain D. Organization chart The organization chart depicts the positions in the firm and the way they are arranged. The chart provides a Read more…

Management Chapter 10

Leadership The process by which an individual exerts influence over other people and inspires, motivates, and directs their activities to help achieve group or organizational goals Leader An individual who is able to exert influence over other people to help achieve group or organizational goals Servant Leaders A leader who Read more…

Psych Chap 9

bisexuals with members of either sex assumptions are premises for which no proof or evidence is offered incentive is an external goal that has the capacity to motivate behavior argument consists of one or more premises that are used to provide support for a conclusion homeostasis a state of physiological Read more…

Randomized Experiments

How are randomized experiments different from quasi-experimental designs? Randomization reduces the plausibility of alternative explanation, making it similar to design features used in QE, but distinguishes itself in that it can yield unbiased estimates of the average treatment effect; prevents selection bias- all other threats still exist, but likelihood of Read more…

AP BIO CHAPTER 45 REVIEW

what is a hormone chemical signals that are secreted into the circulatory sytem and communicate regulatory messeges within the body hormones only elicit a response to ONLY target cells because they have the receptor that matches the hormone endocrine system coordinates slower long term responses ex: reproduction, development, energy metablosim, Read more…

Social Psych Quiz 1

In the 1950s and 1960s, mainstream psychology was divided between ___. Behavioralism and Freudian Psychoanalysis In social psychology, researchers typically test hypotheses using the ___ confidence level. 95% The two defining features of an experiment are control and random assignment. True. Working as a research assistant and pretend to be Read more…

Experimental Post Midterm

9.1 A researcher conducted an experiment to investigate the effects of noise on the performance of employees in a manufacturing plant. In this study, the independent variable is: 1) noise 2) work performance 3) the employees 4) the manufacturing plant 5) none of the above 1) noise 9.2 Which of Read more…

CCNA 2 Chapter 3 Exam

B, E A network administrator is determining the best placement of VLAN trunk links. Which two types of point-to-point connections utilize VLAN trunking?​ (Choose two.) A. between two switches that share a common VLAN B. between a switch and a server that has an 802.1Q NIC C. between a switch Read more…

Psych – Chapter 1

scientific method the orderly, systematic procedures that researchers follow as they identify a research problem, design a study to investigate the problem, collect and analyze data, draw conclusions, and communicate their findings theory a general principle or set of principles proposed to explain a number of separate facts are related Read more…

Abnormal Psych CH. 1 and 2

If a person wants a career focused on deleting, assessing, and treating abnormal patterns of functioning, that person should look into becoming a… Clinical Practititioner The history, values, institutions, habits, skills, technology, and arts of a society make up that society’s… Culture Which depressed person would be the LEAST likely Read more…

Protocol Ports

HTTP Transports web pages over a TCP/IP network 80 HTTP Port HTTPS Securely transports web pages over a TCP/IP netwrok 443 HTTPS Port POP/SMTP/IMAP Sends and retrieves e-mail over a TCP/IP network 110/25/143 POP/SMTP/IMAP Ports Telnet/SSH Provides connections to computers over a TCP/IP network 23/22 Telnet/SSH Ports FTP/TFTP Transports files Read more…

Psych Research 3

within-subjects design An experimental design in which each participant serves in more than one condition of the experiment. between-subjects design An experimental design whereby each subject is exposed to only one level of each independent variable. equivalent groups groups of participants in a between-subjects design that are essentially equal to Read more…