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#### macro sheflin hwk 11

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Multiple hw11 Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. The natural rate of unemployment is the a. unemployment rate that would prevail with zero inflation. b. rate associated with the highest possible level of GDP. c. difference between the long-run and short-run unemployment rates. d. amount of unemployment that the economy normally experiences. 2. Cyclical...

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hw13Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. _ 1. A nation's standard of living is measured by its a. real GDP. b. real GDP per person. c. nominal GDP. d. nominal GDP per person. 2. Income in dev
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hw14Multiple Choice Identify the choice that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1. Which is the most accurate statement about trade? a. Trade can make every nation better off. b. Trade makes some nations better off and others wors
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Lec 6 9/24/07 VII. Special focus: how good is diagnosis of mental illness? A. How do hospitals decide who is really insane and really sane VIII. Being sane in insane places: study 1 A. could hospitals distinguish pseudo-patients from real patients B.
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10/1/07 Class 8 - Social Demography of Health in US Exam Monday 10/8 Pencils Ruid 40 mc 20 book 20 lec mostly big ideas, no small names, ideas behind percentages + numbers when reading book summarize each P in a sentence I. Epidemiology of Gunshot De
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Monday Nov. 5, 2007 Med Sociology Lec 7 Class 17 Nurses, physicians, assistants, pharmacists, midwives C. Very little data on patient health outcomes Mortality rates Post-surgery complication rates Total cost D. some new data on patient mortality fo
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Sociology Exam 3 Lec 1 Thursday Nov. 15, 2007 Organization of Med Care 1 I. The Challenge A. to provide the best possible health care, to the most ppl, at the lowest cose B. us med care fails to do this 1. universal rights to care conflicts w/ self r
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Med Sociology Lec 3 Tuesday (is Thursday) 11/20/07 Class 21 HMOs and Rationing HMO health maintenance organization I. Rationing influences medical care organization A. Demand for med care always greater than supply 1. Rising demand cant be satisfie
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Monday 11/26/07 Lec 4 Class 22- The rise of managed care I. Rationing A. Economic rationing B. Implicit rationing C. Explicit rationing 1. cost raitioning 2. treatment rationing II. Economic and implicit rationing not enough A. economic rationing di
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Monday 12/3/07 Sociology Lec 6 Class 24 health insurance; probs in the health care sys I. Private insurance A. Originally fee-for-service First was community based rates, no matter healthy/sick This was cost shifting Cost skyrocketed cuz no challeng
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Sociology Lec 8 Monday 12/10/07 Tuesday Dec 18 12-1:20 Scott Hall 135 11,13,14,15,16 Class 26 Foreign Health Care Syses I. Russia A. Breakup of Soviet Union 1991 B. Russian life expectancy has fallen down to 66 yrs (cuz govt is bankrupt) C. State ru
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Rutgers - SOCIOLOGY - 210
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Chapter 5 Med Soc Illness Behavior activity undertaken by person who is ill and wants to define/fix it Health behavior maintain/improve health, prevent probs, improve body image. Includes sick ppl too. Health Lifestyles Health lifestyle patterns o
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Tuesday Aug 4 General Psychology Professor James Syllabus: rci.rutgers.edu~carltonj 3 exams: oct 9 fri nov 9 tues dec 18 8:00 AM 4th Edition Kowalski &amp; Weston Link oh his page :How to Study
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Lec 4 9/14/07 We want love but we are always afraid of losing itso this affects the relationship missed first 10 Altruism- helping a person w/ no apparent gain and even w/ potential loss Religion is about loving others and helping ppl. This is what l
Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
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Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
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Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
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Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
10/5/07 Psych day be4 exam Chapter 4 Syllabus may be worng 132
Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
Psych Lec 3 9/11/07 -Babies come into world innocent, no crust. True self. Thats why ppl like em -As grow we develop a set of masks that we wear to appear acceptable to others -Parents turn to children for fulfillment when parents fight cuz children
Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
New Material for EXAM 2 Psychology ch. 14 Friday, October 12, 2007 This chapter really bout love, but they say its attachment Children are biologically prepared to be socialized they dont say love How some1 know they loved: 1) person physically pres
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General psych Lec 12 10/19/07 mental illness later on in life can be caused by early loss in life which later triggered bio response is to give them meds. This may help, but there is another alternative model (1:30) bad and good experiences both chan
Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
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Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
Psychology Lec 14 10/26/07 ch.6 procrastinate for emotional not rational reason Tierney of the known what we think we know prevents us from learning new material. Schemas help us cuz put info into existing knowledge structure. But what if need to pu
Rutgers - PSYCH - 101
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