Assignment #4: Sleeping Schedule Data
3/1/17 ~ 3/4/17
Assignment #4: Sleeping Schedule Data
The behavior I have chosen to modify is my sleeping pattern. I feel as
though there are not enough hours in the day to balance an academic, work,
and life schedule, resulting in a loss of sleep. Sleep is such an important
Question 6 0.5 out of 0.5 points
Kelloggs is offering free DVDs to consumers who collect ve oicial Collection certicates from the back panels of specially marked packages
of Kelloggs cereals and then mail them with the ofcial order form. Within 90 days, t
Question 9 0.5 out of 0.5 points
Which type of business product represents goods, such as portable tools and ofce equipment that are less expensive and shorter-lived than
Selected Answer: 0 c. Accessory equipment
Correct Answer: 0 c. Acce
Question 3 0.5 out of 0.5 points
What does the 80/20 principle propose?
Selected Answer: 0 c. Roughly 20 percent of a rms customers purchase 80 percent of the sales volume of the product.
Correct Answer: 0 c. Roughly 20 percent of a rms customers purchase
Question 1 0.5 out of 0.5 points
Home Cookin Catering would like to improve customer satisfaction and increase repeat business. When you ask the ovmers to describe a typical
customer, they say it is impossible and explain that with corporate mctions, fami
PSYCHOLOGY 201: TOPICAL OUTLINE
The comprehensive final exam in all General Psychology 201 classes is based on this topical
outline. The order of presentation of this material varies with each instructors choice of
INTRODUCTION TO SCIENCE OF
On Display Packaging
Containers per Hour on Machine
Cost per Hour of Machine
Number of Small-Sized Containers
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BUS 215 Study Guide (Chapters 1-5, weeks 1-5)
Be able to define and provide examples of the following:
Efficiency getting work
done with a minimum
of effort, expense, or
that help fulfill
We all have behaviors we would like to change or modify. For your next assignment you are going to
focus on yourself. You are going to choose a behavior that you would like to modify using operant
conditioning. Some ideas are to stop smoking
PSY201-01 Final Study Guide
Psychology: The study, through research, of mind, brain, and behavior.
The Mind: (Mental Activity; Perceptions, thoughts, memories and feelings.)
The Brain: (Mental activity results from biological processes within the brain)
Sensory Coding: Sensory receptors translate the physical properties of stimuli into patterns of
neural impulses. (Red V. Green)
Transduction: The process by which sensory stimuli are converted to signals the brain can
interpret. (Bright V. Dim)
- The brai
Developmental psychology: The study of changes, over the life span, in psychology,
cognition, emotion, and social behavior.
Physically, each human grows and atures at about the same periods in the life span.
- Prenatal Period: Begins with conception and e
Insomnia: A disorder characterized by an inability to sleep.
- An estimated 12-20 percent of adults have insomnia; it is more common in women than
in men and in older adults than in younger adults.
Obstructive Sleep Apnea: A disorder in which a person, wh
All or none principle: Neuron is going to fire at full strength or not.
Neurons: The basic units of the nervous system: cells that receive, integrate, and transmit
information in the nervous system. They operate through electrical impulses,
Primary Reinforcer: Satisfy biological needs such as food and water.
Secondary Reinforcers: E
vents or objects established through classical conditioning that
serve as reinforcers, but do not satisfy biological needs.
Premack Principle: Using a more valu
Phineas Gage: His accident led to major personality changes.
Lobotomy: Developed by Egas Moniz, this is the deliberate damaging of the prefrontal cortex; it
was used in the late 1940s and early 1950s.
- It left patients lethargic and emotionally flat, and