What is psychology? Why is the study of psychology important?
a. Psychology: Scientific study of mental activity, behavior, and the brain
2. What is Critical Thinking? What is Dualism?
a. Systematically evaluating information to reach reasonable con
Study guide exam four
Thinking: The mental manipulation of representations of information we encounter in our environments. Cognitive psychologists
study thought and the understand that results from think
a. Analogical re
Study guide exam three
-The combination of a persons subjective experience of the external world and the persons mental activity.
-Most psychologists reject dualism for materialism, the idea that the brain and the mind are insepar
Study guide Exam Two
1. What are neurons? What are its parts and functions? (Receive, process, and respond)
The basic units of the nervous system; cells that receive, integrate, and transmit information. They interact by electrical
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Chapter 7: Utility Maximization
Law of Diminishing Marginal Utility: The added satisfaction declines as a consumer acquires additional units of a given product.
Utility Maximization Rule: The consumer should allocate their income so that the last dollar s
Chapter 1: Limits, Alternatives, and Choices
Scarcity: restriction of options and demands choices.
Opportunity Cost: To obtain more of one thing, society forgoes the opportunity of getting the nest best thing.
Utility: Pleasure, happiness, or satisfaction
Questions from last time
Games larger than 2x2rock, paper, scissors
Review/explain Nash Equilibrium
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Prisoners Dilemma, Battle of the Sexes, 3rd
SUMMER EXAMINATIONS 2014
Introduction to Macroeconomics
Instructions to students:
Enter your student number not your name on all answer booklets.
Answer TWO out of three questions.
Beta Alpha Psi, BAP
Thursday, November 13, 2014
We, the members of Beta Alpha Psi at UCR, established to provide and promote
academic and scholastic excellence in the business and accounting field by
advancing the practice of accounting, finance,
Income Inequality and Poverty
INCOME INEQUALITY AND POVERTY
ANSWERS TO END-OF-CHAPTER QUESTIONS
Use quintiles to briefly summarize the degree of income inequality in the United States. How and
to what extent does government reduce inco
(Key Question) Assume Al, Beth, Carol, David, and Ed receive incomes of $500, $250,
$125, $75, and $50 respectively. Construct and interpret a Lorenz curve for this
five-person economy. What percentage of total income is received by the richest and b
Ch8.1 The Coca-Cola Co. v. The Koke Co. of America
Citation: Supreme Court of the U.S., 245 U.S. 143, 41 S.Ct, 113, 65 L.Ed. 189 (1920).
Background: The plaintiff, Coca-Cola, started the business in 1891 but competitors such as the
Ch.3. 3 Downey v Bob's Discount Furniture Holdings, Inc.
Citation: United States Court of Appeals, First Circuit, 633 F.3d 1 (2011).
Facts: Plaintiff, Yvette Downey, files a lawsuit against defendant, Bob's Discount Furniture Holding, Inc., for
FIELD TRIP ACCOMODATION OPTIONS
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