AH CH. 19: THE FIRST WORLD WAR
I. World War I Begins
One Americans Story
1. First women elected to Congress?
Long-Term Causes of World War I
1. Which 4 long-term causes for World War I do historians generally site?
2. Term for the belief that natio
Believe 02 Take Action
Dream- I dream to hopefully become a successful lawyer with my own
Challenge- A challenge I face is the constant struggle to want to feel like
I belong in a place I dont or wish I did.
Hobby- I have many hobbies but the on
AH CH. 18: AMERICA CLAIMS AN EMPIRE
I. Imperialism and America
1. Term for the policy in which stronger nations extend their economic, political, or military control over
2. Which continent emerged as a primary targe
Believe 01 Success is
What are some accomplishments or goals you have reached in your life? These can be as
big or as small as you would like; an accomplishment could be that you no longer bite your
A big accomplishment for me was getti
AH CH. 11: THE CIVIL WAR
The Civil War Begins
Confederates Fire on Fort Sumter
Date when 7 southern states formed the Confederate States of America (a.k.a., the Confederacy)?
Date of Abraham Lincolns inauguration as president of the United States
Biology Course Syllabus
Ms. Gladys Lopez
Dear parent/guardian, welcome to our biology course!
In our course, your son/daughter will learn about a variety of topics in the life sciences, all of which
are based on ce
Lesson 6 Build your network
1. What is the benefit of joining a new group or club?
-The benefit of joining a new club is that you build social skills and group bonding which can
help a lot of people especially someone who wants to be well known or recogni
For the science fair project they were experimenting on How
salty does water have to be for an egg to float? The material
were simple something everyone should have in their house
water, cups, salt, and a ruler. In th
AH CH. 17: THE PROGRESSIVE ERA
I. The Origins of Progressivism
Four Goals of Progressivism
1. List the 4 goals of the progressive movement.
2. Activist Florence Kelley helped win passage of the _(1893),
which prohibited child labor and limited
Discuss Ethical considerations related to research studies at the cognitive level of
There are several ethical considerations in regards to research studies at the cognitive
level of analysis. As a result of the inability to study directly on hum
Social Psychology Worksheet
1. A particular child of an alcoholic family becomes the object of a parent's abuse and the reason for
seeking professional help. The child is "innocent," but receives the blame for the problems in the
Come up Develop
Self fullling prophecy
Getting an F on the test after claiming all day that you will fall it.
Fundamental attribution error
Readers of a gossip magazine blame a celebrity's recent tantrum on their disturbed mental state, rather than physical factors such
Discuss the validity and reliability of diagnosis
1) Psychological diagnoses often range in validity and reliability.
2) Classification systems for mental disorders are often thought to classify
individuals, when what is actually being cla
Discuss the relationship between etiology and therapeutic approach in relation to depression
1) There is a clear relationship between etiology and therapeutic approach when
referring to depression.
2) Choosing the correct method of treatme
Evaluate psychological research relevant to the study of abnormal behavior
1) There is a vast amount of psychological research relevant to the study of
2) Much of this research is collected through studies
3) For instance
To what extent do biological, cognitive, and sociocultural factors influence abnormal
1) Biological, cognitive, and sociocultural factors influence abnormal behavior to
different degrees depending on the disorder
2) The three lev
Analyze etiologies of major depression and eating disorders
1) There are several factors that influence the development of abnormal behaviors
such as major depression and disordered eating.
2) Both disorders are affected by cognitive facto
Examine biomedical, individual, and group approaches to treatment
1) There are several biomedical, individual, and group approaches to treatment.
2) All treatments are likely to affect neurotransmission and neural circuitry,
Describe the symptoms and prevalence of major depression/eating disorders
1) The symptoms and prevalence of major depression vary greatly.
2) These variations can be attributed to cultural factors, such as those displayed
Discuss the use of eclectic approaches to treatment
1) Eclectic approaches are often taken as treatment for abnormal behaviors.
2) Eclectic approaches combine two or more therapies to maximize progress.
3) For instance, by supplementing a
Discuss cultural and ethical considerations in diagnosis
1) There are several cultural and ethical considerations relevant to diagnosis that
2) If culture has a significant influence on diagnosis and these concerns are not
To what extent can findings be generalized from qualitative studies?
1) The degrees to which findings from qualitative studies can be generalized vary
2) Generalizing the results of a study means that the results are relevant outs
Explain the importance of credibility in qualitative research
1) Credibility is a significant component to qualitative research.
2) Qualitative research is a generic term for investigative methodologies described
as naturalistic, field, or
Explain the effect of triangulation on the credibility/trustworthiness of qualitative research
1) Triangulation has an important effect on the credibility and trustworthiness of
2) Triangulation is a crosschecking of
Explain reflexivity in qualitative research
1) Reflexivity plays a great role in qualitative research.
2) Reflexivity requires awareness of the researchers contribution to methodology
and an acknowledgement of potential bias.
Explain effects of participant expectations and researcher bias in qualitative research
1) Participant expectation and researcher bias has a significant effect in qualitative
2) Since the methodology for qualitative research is o
Explain how a case study could be used to investigate a problem in an organization or group
1) Case studies are often used to investigate a problem in an organization or group.
2) Case studies are defined as in-depth investigations of huma
Discuss how researchers analyze data obtained in observational research
1) Researchers analyze data obtained in observational research in many ways.
2) One way to analyze this data is through grounded theory analysis.
3) Researchers using
Explain strengths and limitations of a qualitative approach to research
1) There are many strengths and limitations to a qualitative approach to research.
2) Qualitative researchers are concerned with how individuals make sense of the