Chapter 19 Quiz
1. Which of the following factors contributed significantly to the astonishing growth in
Americas urban population between 1870 and 1900?
a. European migration to the US
b. The migration of people from rural areas of Europe and the US
1. Union General Carl Schurz believed that
to protect themselves from white
oppression, newly freed blacks would
a. Voting rights
2. In Lincolns Plan for reconstruction, what
did a Confederate state need to do to
qualify for readmission in
Chapter 20 Quiz
1. Which group or groups took part in the February 1892 St. Louis gathering, which evolved
into the Peoples Party?
a. Farmers, labor unionists, and womens leaders
2. What issues formed the basis of farmers dissatisfaction in the late 19 th
Types of Inferential Statistics
Parametric Statistics: estimate the
value of a population parameter from the
characteristics of a sample
Assumes the values in a sample are
Interval/Ratio level data required
Study Guide 1
1. Age of Exploration is a time when Europeans began exploring the world by sea in
search of fame, money, power, trading partners, new goods, and new trade routes.
Location: Portugal and Spain were the early leaders of the exploration
Age of Imperialism
White Mans Burden
Alfred Thayer Mahan
Central American canal
Spheres of Influence
Chapter 30 Quiz
1 / 1 point
Phyllis Schlafly's agenda in her 1964 book A Choice Not an Echo was to
a) praise the Republican Party for its moderate views and policies.
b) push Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy.
Chapter 21 Quiz
Compare Theodore Roosevelts big-stick foreign policy to William Howard Tafts dollar
Tafts Dollar Diplomacy was basically a continuation of Roosevelts Policy especially pertaining
to Latin America. Both Roosevelt and Taft advocat
Chapter 18 Quiz
1. Which of the following describes the Gilded Age?
a. An era marked by personal greed and a corrupt
partnership between business and politics
2. Which of the following developments was a key factor
in the rise of the Gilded Age?
a. The gr
Chapter 20 Essay
To what extent, if any, did the Open Door policy represent a departure from the Monroe
The Monroe Doctrine said that the Western Hemisphere was an American sphere of influence
and warned European powers to stay away. If they did
Chapter 28 Quiz
1 / 1 point
Which of the following factors contributed to John F. Kennedy's win in the presidential election
a) His willingness to speak out against McCarthyism and his record in Congress
b) His record
Chapter 26 Essay
What were the causes and consequences of US military involvement in the Korean War?
A few days after North Korea invaded South Korea Truman ordered US troops to aid South Korea
in the Korean War. Truman also convinced the United Nations t
What attitudes did white settlers and those in the US government have
toward Native Americans after the civil war?
Describe the ways in which Native Americans attempted to resist white
domination of their culture.
The attitude that the white settlers and
Early Cold War
Containment: A foreign policy developed by diplomat George Kennan that claimed that the only
way to stop Russia's expansionist ways was to contain it. It was the basis of US foreign policy
after WWII designed to stop the spread of communism
The Market Revolution
The economic process through which new modes of transportation accelerated growth
of new industries and systems of manufacturing. This revolution was fueled by
traditional sources- water, wood, beasts of burden, and human muscle.- Pa
Florence Owens and her children traveled through California in the 19305 to
a] organize the state's agricultural workers.
b) acape the drought conditions in Oklahoma.
c) call attention to the difcult conditions endured by the Slate's migrant workers.
Polyprotic Acid-Base Equilibria
1.) Polyprotic Acids and bases
Acid or bases that can donate or accept more than one proton
Such as phosphoric acid, H3PO4,(triprotic) H2SO4, H2C2O4 ,H2CO3(diprotic) and
History & Systems of Psychology
Course Section #5 Material
(Chapters 16 & 17)
Chris S. Dula, PhD
East Tennessee State University
Nietzsche & Kierkegaard est. Existential philosophy
1. Phenomonological perspective is a focus, resistin
JOURNAL OF APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
1998, 31, 489492
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THE USE OF AN ENHANCED SIMPLIFIED
HABIT-REVERSAL PROCEDURE TO REDUCE
DISRUPTIVE OUTBURSTS DURING
KEITH D. ALLEN
MUNROE-MEYER INSTITUTE FOR GENETICS AND REHABIL
1. Who is usually credited with having refuted the hypothesis of spontaneous generation?
2. Why, according to critics of the spontaneous generation hypothesis, did life develop from
sterilized matter when fresh air was introduced into the system?
What is the hypothetico-deductive method?
What did Semmelweis require medical students to do, prior to assisting pregnant women?
Which historical figure is usually associated with first formulating the problem of induction?
What is the p
Science involves controversy
Interpretation of data, evaluation of hypotheses, significance of discoveries,
reliability of methods, and so on.
Argued by qualified, competent scientists.
We are led to believe that scientists dis
The Sun is continually heating the Earth. Why
dont we keep getting hotter?
Science and Religion
Sciences and religions do many things, but both purport to
provide us with knowledge of the world. Concerning those
knowledge claims, either:
Science and Religion are in conflict
Were forced to choose
Chapter 23 Quiz
1. What characterized the period Secretary of Commerce Herbert Hoover described as a
New Era in 1920?
a. A freewheeling economy and a heightened sense of individualism
2. Americas return to a peacetime economy in 1920 and 1921 was marked b
Chapter 29 Essay
As the United States became more deeply entrenched in Vietnam under President Kennedy, the
nations political and military leaders remained confident that superior technology and
firepower would subdue the enemy. They were strong. Explain
Chapter 24 essay
How did Franklin Delano Roosevelts New Deal establish the basis of an American welfare state?
In your answer, cite specific programs.
Franklin provided employment to many through the Works Progress Administration. He
employed about seven
Chapter 21 Quiz
1. Twenty Years at Hull-House (1910) was
a. Jane Addamss account of her work in a Chicago settlement house
2. What did Jane Addams quickly learn was necessary to alleviate social problems in
a. Involvement in political action
Chapter 29 Quiz
1 / 1 point
President Kennedy criticized the Eisenhower administration's foreign policy because it
a) advocated levels of defense spending that were too high.
b) budgeted too much money for conventional means o