B) Basic Laboratory Operations
Practices using the balances
1. Mass of beaker and graduated cylinder were determined. The results were expressed in
correct sensitivity. The mass of the beaker and graduated cylinder were recorded according
The Mathematics of Motion
Review of Concepts
Position: your coordinates (just x in 1-D)
Displacement: x = change of position
Velocity: rate of change of position
average : x/t
Acceleration: rate of change of velocity
T. Trimpe 2005
MAGNIFIES OBJECTS (MAKES
OBJECTS LOOK BIGGER)
HELP SCIENTISTS STUDY OBJECTS
& LIVING THINGS TOO SMALL TO
SEE WITH THE NAKED EYE
Reactions of Alkenes
Goals for Chapter 8
1 Explain why electrophilic
additions are among the most
common reactions of alkenes.
2 Predict the products of the
reactions of alkenes, including the
TRANSPARENCY AND THE NEW ETHICS OF JOURNALISM
Professional journalists rate investigating, fact checking, and standards of accuracy,
high among the qualities that set them apart from amateur journalists and bloggers
BASIC FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION
ASSOC. PROF. DR. PATRICIA MATANJUN
FACULTY OF FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION
Includes all the operations by which raw materials are made
suitable for consumptio
BASIC FOOD SCIENCE AND
Assoc. Prof. Dr. Patricia Matanjun
Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition
The study of the microorganisms that have both beneficial
and deleterious effects
Asia Pacific Media Educator
Journalism, national development and social justice
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Universiti Sains Malaysia
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Jumardi Roslan, PhD
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Universiti Malaysia Sabah
is the branch of chemistry that deals with the measurement of
chemical samples, both quali
After the horror of 9/11, many people said the CIA and FBI should obviously have foreseen the likelihood
of this form of terrorism. This perception most clearly illustrates:
a) the false consensus effect
b) the hindsight bias
c) random sampling
Note: It is recommended that you save your response as you complete each question.
Question 1 (1 point)
Your textbook defines psychology as which of the following?
Question 1 options:
a) The scie
The issue that is being explained is that people believe or see what they to see. People
make assumptions based on the fact that what they perceived is reality to them. So the big
issue is that people have assumptions of
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P. I believe that while in my youth false opinions are to be true.
P. My goal is to learn the truth.
P. I believe the sciences to be true.
P. I just recently came to this conclusion
C. In my youth I was mislead.
Are human beings just machines?
The thesis statement that I wish to declare is that are human beings better than
machines. I will explain by what is meant by this statement by using scholarly articles to
back my statement. I will use Patricia Churchland a
Lecture Notes #3
What are the purposes of vision?
-Object Recognition What objects are.
-Link a unique image to what we know objects have many possible versions
of (Ex. Face, Body, and letters)
-Problems of equivalence: Some shape, different vi
Lecture Notes #2
-Neurons and Gross anatomy
-Localization of mental functions in human brain
-Phrenology: Whether things of the mind could relate to things of the brain.
-Moral Behavior, Orbitofrontal cortex, broca, ta, and left
Lecture Notes #1
It is proven that even for the simple things our minds make certain
assumptions of the world.
An expectation can drive your interpretation of what youre going to see next.
Your beliefs and perspective can guide what you think
Neoteny- The retention of juvenile features that are carried into
People find baby faces appealing
Baby-faced individuals are perceived as more nave, honest,
helpless, kind, warm, also more likely to be found innoc
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DUE DATE: May 10, 2015
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or from the work of another pe
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Observation of Social Behavior Between Male and Female Fire Cadets and Academy
Marianna G. Adams
Behavior observed on site of the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute
Running head: Observation of Social Behavior
Observation of Social Behavior Between Male and Female
Fire Cadets and Academy Instructors
Marianna G. Adams
Behavior observed on site of the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institute (MFR
Jahnke, S. A., Poston, W. C., Haddock, C. K., Jitnarin, N., Hyder, M. L., & Horvath, C. (2012).
The health of women in the US fire service. BMC Womens Health, 12, 39.
Quiz #1: Chapters
People who watch violent television shows view the
the following explains this effect?
as more dangerous. Which
/a) vlnl"n.ei"*-., a salient stimulus for them.
$. rney-Uecome more aggressive by watching suchshows.
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I. The article topic I choose to walk about is teenage sexting. I wanted to know the
psychological reason behind the phenomenon known as sexting. I am single and I
am looking to find a companion. However,