VocabularyHere are the terms from this article:Mitigated (p. 178): another word for reduced or lessenedMediate (178): this word as it's used here sort of goes with moderated from the previous study, but it means something slightly different. A mediator is like a mechanism. For example, when you type on a keyboard letters appear on the screen. That process of typing and letters appearing is mediated by a complex sequence of software and coding sequences. You could say that the software of your phone or computer mediates between the input of your typing and the output of what appears on the screen.Upregulated (178): increased or enhanced
PSY 250MPWStroop task(179): RT (179): reaction timeAllele (182): a variant form of a gene (don't worry about this one)Article estimatesTime to read estimate: 30-45 minutesDifficulty: 4 on a scale of 1 = easiest to 5 = hardest
PSY 250MPWHawkes, Manselle, and Woolacott (2014) article analysisRespond to the following questions after reading the Hawkers, Manselle, and Woolacott (2014) article. Be sure you respond to the questions in bold.1.Search the first page of the article for information about where and when it was published. What year was it published, and in what journal?(This information will almost always be presented on the first page of articles and will become very important as you learn about citing sources and reference sections.) 1 point – Published in 2014 and THE JOURNAL OF ALTERNATIVE AND COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE Volume 20. 2.The hypotheses in this article are not as clearly set apart from the text like in the previous article. However, they are actually in the same general location. In what section of the article does the author list the hypotheses, and where within that section?