Memory is a human capacity. It stays inside the deepest part of the brain. Sometimes people lose
their capacity of having memory as time passes. This part of the brain is usually activated by
experiences, smell, places, taste, and even clothes.
Writing a Journal when English is not your first language can be a challenge. I am from
Brazil, and the American rules for a good and effective writing are totally different from where I
came from. I decided to do Journalism as a major, I just l
The world has changed during the past few years. It changed in communication, culture,
behavior. The more the world gets globalized, the more it changes. Nowadays technology is
essential, people cannot live without it. As a result of culture chang
What is life
In lifes mathematics, to divide is to add. I did not know that before, but now that I do, I am glad I
divided my time to do something significant to other people.
It was not easy for me at first. I had to experience problems such as lack of f
I always had the ability to make friends. I was the girl that everybody loved to have as a
friend because of my personality.
Whenever a friend started to fight with another, or got in trouble, I was always
involved. I was always in the middl
General Directions for SPSS Homework Assignments
Each SPSS assignment in PSYC 355 is structured similarly. Before completing any SPSS homework, be
sure you have read the weeks lesson in Green and Salkind (2011) and worked through the example
problem in th
APA format for Project
Here are some guidelines for the final presentation of your lab project that relate to APA
formatting. While this is not stressed or graded tightly for this project, APA format is something
that you need to know going forward, as it
SPSS Tutorial for Unit Two
What well cover:
How do you create groups for the Independent Variable?
How do you generate and interpret the output?
How do you create bar graphs to show differences between these groups?
2.1.1 How to cr
Exam 4 Review
1. What are non-parametric tests and how do they differ primarily from parametric tests? What are
the basic assumptions about the level of data and normal curve when doing a t test and
ANOVA? How are t tests and ANOVA affected if you violate