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Rhys Fryar
Psych 180
Professor Tomatich
March 6 2017
Analysis
Prostitution was an interesting thing to read about in chapter 18. I found just the entire
idea of prostitution as interesting, especially the idea of male prostitutes. Male sex workers
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Rhys Fryar
Professor Tomatich
Psych 180
March 7 2017
Masturbation: The History of a Great Terror
Written by Jean Stengers, a professor of history from the University of Brussels, Anne
Van Neck, the Master of Research at the Universitys Institute of
Rhys Fryar
Psychology 180
Professor Tomatich
January 23, 2017
Analysis Paper Week 3
The reading for this week, although limited, had me learning and had me more exposed to
genitals than I had been in my public high school health class. The most unexpected
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Rhys Fryar
Psych 180
Professor Tomatich
February 27 2017
Analysis Paper
Chapter 11 was In all, a rather interesting description of sexuality. One of my personal
favorite was the party gay section on page 282. It had described how same sex sexual
i
Rhys Fryar
Psych 180
Professor Tomatich
January 30, 2017
Analysis Paper #2
The most surprising information that I had found in chapter 14 were the percentages of
sexual behaviors that certain age groups and sexes had performed. Even just looking at the mo
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Rhys Fryar
Professor Tomatich
Psych 180
March 13th, 2017
Analysis
There is a lot of detailed descriptions when it comes BDSM related sexual expressions. It
provides pictures such as a woman in a full black skintight outfit with a cape and a whip b
SYMPTOMS OF MASTURBATION
If You Masturbate you can suffer from:
Hysteria
Hearing Loss
Colic
Gout
Stupidity
Insanity
Weight loss
Sight Loss
Paralysis
Heart Lesions
Loss of Smell
DEATH
And Many Mor
(Stengers, Page 3)
From the 1700s to the 1900s,
Masturbatio
Michael Wells
dependent variable: the variable we look at in order to see the impact (a)
independent variable: the variable that researchers manipulate (b)
example- studying helps your grades. a=studying, b=grades
validity: research tests what it claims t
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Dr. Joann Gerone
PSYC&100
Weeks 1 and 2: Prologue and Chapter 1: Introduction to Psychology, Research and
Experimentation
The two costs associated with using deception in psychological research is validity and
reli
Probability Activity 5
The following table was created from the Math 140 Survey data in Fall 2015. Use the table to
answer the following probability questions. Write your answers as a fraction, decimal and
percentage. (All three for each problem.)
5. What
Confidence Intervals Act 3
Exploring Sampling Variability for Percentages with a Sampling Distribution
The goal of this activity is to explore how well random sample percentages approximate
population percentages. Normally we do not know population percen
Confidence Intervals and Sampling Distributions Review Sheet
with Answers
1. Write a paragraph discussing the topic of sampling variability. Make sure to address the
following questions. Will random samples always give the same sample means and sample
per
Probability Activity 6
An important concept to consider when analyzing categorical data is Independence. When
two categorical variables are not related, they are said to be independent. If two categorical
variables are related, they are said to be depende
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LOIS
SCHRAMM
Starting
from infancy, parents are a childs first and most important interaction. From the very
beginning an infant learns from their parents. The parent is the cushion between the infant and
the outside world. The way in which one parents a
LOIS SCHRAMM
ATMOS100
MARCH 15,2017
HOMEWORK 12
Microclimate
climate very near the ground in a small zone
Mesoclimate
climate of a small area of the earth's surface
macroclimate
The climate over a large area, like a state or a small nation
global climate
Lois Schramm
Soc211
Essay 3
November 22,2016
FAMILY LIFE CYCLE
Traditional stage theories describe family life in stages usually marked by children's ages. Over
the 20th century, such theories were sometimes called Family Stages, Family Life Cycle, and
Fa
Lois Schramm
Atmos 100
Chapter 11 homework
03/07/2017
TERMS
streamlines
show where air converges and diverges, depict wind flow, analyzed by forecasters
tropical wave
weak trough of low pressure
easterly wave
another name for tropical wave
hurricane
an in
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1. SCHRAMM
You reduced the debt to 57% of GDP in 2022, and kept it at a sustainable level
through 2030.Where did my savings come from Savings Relative to Current Law in
Billions
$5,650
Budget Path
Defense
Domestic
Social Security
Healthcare
Other Spe
Lois Schramm
Soc&101
Discussion Chapter 1
October 02,2016
1.
The sociological topic that I will be using is drug use. The symbolic
interactionists perspective on drug use would be that if people are labeled a drug
user it will internalize which will make
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2. Macroeconomics three goals are low employment rates, low inflation, and growth.
3. The current rate for august 2015 5.1
4.classical is free market system interaction of business and consumer with little government
While there are many factors that contribute to dating and marriage in the twentieth century the
contrast from what we call the leave it to beaver era is quite dramatic. All though the physical
adulthood has decline from 16 to 12 years old. I believe that
Math 140 Confidence Intervals Activity #8
Calculating Confidence Intervals with Statcrunch, Minitab or Statcato
Statcrunch: To construct a confidence interval for one proportion, go to Stat tab, then
Proportion stats, then One Sample and with summary. Plu
Confidence Intervals Act 2
Lets look again at the Columbian Mild coffee data. Remember that the population mean price
for the Columbian mild coffee was 134.338 cents per pound. In activity 1 we wanted to explore
how far random sample means would be from t
Hypothesis Test Activity 4
Randomized Simulation - Simulating the Null Hypothesis
Directions: We will now look at the following problems and use StatKey at www.lock5stat.com.
Look on the right side of the screen where it says Randomization Hypothesis Test
Math 140 Activity #3
Calculating and Interpreting Test Statistics
1. Wikipedia claims that 10% of people are left handed. A sample of 250 randomly selected
adults found that 32 of them were left handed.
a) Use the formulas to find the z-score test statist
Math 140 Activity#5
Exploring the Meaning of P-value
For each of the following problems:
a) Write the null and alternative hypothesis.
b) Use the p-value and the significance level to decide whether we should reject the null
hypothesis or fail to reject t
Confidence Intervals Activity #7
Constructing Confidence Intervals for 1 population mean and 1 population proportion
(percentage)
Directions: For numbers 1-3, use the formula x Z s and your calculator to calculate cn
the confidence interval estimate of th
Math 140 Activity #2
Null and Alternative Hypothesis
For each of the following problems:
a) Write the null and alternative hypothesis.
b) Label whether the null or the alternative is the original claim.
c) Tell whether this is a left tail test, a right ta