Pysch Quiz 1
Who established the first psychological laboratory in 1879?
a. Williams James
b. J.B. Watson
d. Wilhelm Wundt
Psychology has its roots in?
C. Both A and B
Reading Test Guide
How did the white neighbors react on the day the child was buried?
a. They followed the procession and brought food to the home
b. They left flowers on the porch of the home and said, it is for the best
c. They glanced at the procession
George Washington Carver was born in 1860 in Diamond Grove,
Missouri and despite early difficulties would rise to become one of
the most celebrated and respected scientists in United States
history. His important discoveries and methods enabled farmers
Benjamin Banneker was born in 1731 just outside of Baltimore,
Maryland, the son of a slave. His grandfather had been a member
of a royal family in Africa and was wise in agricultural
endeavors.His father, Robert, was an African slave who
purchased his fre
Madam C. J. Walker was born on December 23, 1867 in Delta,
Louisiana, the daughter of Owen and Minerva Breedlove. Her
parents were former slaves working as sharecroppers and both
died when Sarah was a child. As a result, Sarah was forced to
move from one
Fred McKinley Jones is certainly one of the most important Black
inventors ever based on the sheer number of inventions he
formulated as well as their diversity.
Fred Jones was born on May 17, 1893 in Covington, Kentucky.
His father was a white railroad w
Explain the current lethal injection concerns that the author describes in the article. In other words, why
has this form of execution raised so much concern of late? Is the death penalty considered cruel and
unusual punishment? If not, what circumstances
Discussion Question 4
Compare and contrast the majority and dissenting opinions in the Carter v. Commonwealth opinion in
Chapter 11. Also, explain which is more persuasive?
In the court case of Carter v. Commonwealth it was stated that the officer was ter
ISJF Personality (Defender)
ISJF is only acronyms, for one of the greatest personalities ever. I is for
introverted, S is for social, J is for judging, and finally but not least F is for Feelings.
ISJFs are true altruist these type of peo
Case: United States v. Cunningham 813 N.E2d 891 (N.Y. 2004).
Issue: Was the defendant guilty of forgery when he signed his name to the corporate state check?
Procedural History: Defendant was convicted of forgery in the second degree for signing his own n
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Surrounded by the Paparazzi
The mood of a story can be defined as the feeling that stimulates in the reader while they
are reading the literature. Ones mood can be influenced primaril
In my English 1210 class this spring, I had the pleasure to learn three different disciplines
of natural science, social science, and humanities. All three disciplines had its own unique
aspects such as language, ethos, logos, pathos, cit
A noted academic and administrator, George Edward Alcorn, Jr. is
a noted pioneer in the field of semiconductor devices and one of
the top inventors in the field of aerospace.
Born March 22, 1940 in Indianapolis, Indiana, George was the
son of Arletta and
Joseph Lee was born in 1849 and lived most of his life in Boston,
Massachusetts. Lee was very prominent in the food services
industry, having begun working as a boy at a bakery. He soon
began preparing, cooking and serving food, eventually opening
Blacks Absent from History Books
We owe the celebration of Black History Month, and more importantly, the
study of black history, to Dr. Carter G. Woodson. Born to parents who were
former slaves, he spent his childhood working in the Kentucky coal mines
Reading test questions
Dubois lost his?
a. First born daughter
b. First born son
c. Youngest son of 3
d. Nephew who was raised as his son
Dubois describe the child as
a. Bronzed tinted flesh and dark gold ringlets, his eyes of mingled blue and green.
Which of the following was CEO of the American Psychological Association and an
A. Norm Anderson
B. Julius Chamers
C. James Jackson
D. Vonnie MCLoyd
Which of the following is not one of the new frontiers of psychology?
a. Increase i
Reading test 4
What did the Judge say college would do for his son?
a. It would ruin him
b. It would make a man out of him
c. It would prevent him from returning home
d. None of the above
From whose prospective is this story?
a. John Jones
b. The faculty
African American Studies
Seciotn 1: Depression and Recovery
1. Prosperity in the 1920s led to new job opportunities for African American_
2. The stock market _ in 1929 led to the most severe economic depression in
African American Studies
Chapter 9 review
In 1941 President Franklin Roosevelt issued Executive Order 8802, also known as the
_ Act, which prohibited discrimination in the government and defense industry.
Fair Employment Act
_ served as Adviser on Negro P
African American History
Section 2 African Americans in World War II
What led to the outbreak of World War II in 1939?
a. Germany invaded Poland
b. Japan bombed the United States
c. Hitler declared Germans part of the master race
d. Great Britain
Reading Test 6
What was johns experience with the music at the concert
A. He was memerized by it, thoroughly enjoying it
B. He was surprised that the concert bored him
C. He never got to hear any of the music because he was asked to leave the
African American Studies
1. During the Great Depression African American communities often had higher
unemployment rates than white communities.
2. The Great Depression was caused largely because the federal government had
loans that it could
George Crum was born as George Speck in 1822 in Saratoga
Lake, New York, the son of a Huron Native-American mother and
an African-American father who worked as a jockey. He worked
for a while as a mountain guide and trapper in the Adirondack
John P. Parker was born in 1827 in Norfolk, Virginia. His father
was white and his mother was a black slave. John was sold to a
slave agent in 1835 and then sold to a slave caravan which took
him to Mobile, Alabama where he was purchased by a physician.
While Shelby Davidson could not viewed as a prolific inventor, he
is significant in that he served as a great example of education,
determination and perseverance.
Davidson was born in Lexington, Kentucky on May 10, 1868, the
son of Shelby Jeames and Amel
People v. Davis, 872 P2d 591 (Cal. 1994).
Issue: Did Davis murder a nonviable fetus?
Procedural History: The jury convicted the defendant of murder of a fetus during the course of a robbery.
The prosecutor did not seek death penalty, the defendant was sen