Charles Clay

City: State College, Pennsylvania
University: York College Pennsylvania

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Milgram’s study of obedience 1963

What was Milgram’s original hypothesis? Germans are different. What was Milgram’s aim? Milgram was interested in researching how far people would go in obeying instructions from an authority figure if it involved harming another person. He was inspired by Nazi Germany. Who were the participants? 40 males aged between 20 and 50, whose jobs ranged […]

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Society the basics chapter 15 Population, Urbanization, and Environment

Why is population group a and the study of the environment a \”social issue\”? … Define demography the study of the human population. how is demography part of the study of sociology. … In what counties is the population growing the fastest and the slowest? … What is meant by global migration of populations? … […]

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Chapter 12 Quiz

According to the discussion in your text, which of the following is TRUE about the effect of attitudes on behavior? Attitudes do influence behavior in many instances. According to the textbook, what helped John Gacy escape detection as a ruthless murderer for so many years? Gacy’s behavior in many situations contradicted the implicit personality theory […]

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Friars and Dominicans

S. Francesco 1182- 1226 He was a son of a very wealthy Italian person in Asisi. Francesco has an illumination to live a simpler life. Francis has a vision about why the church is so different from the Gospel teachings. Then he renounces everything and lives as a poor man. S. Domenico 1170-1221 He is […]

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Chapter #4 Reachig the Audience

audience-centered speaker 1 who tries to connect with listeners and offer them a meaningful experience. If you are an audience-centered speaker, you learn everything you can about your listeners in advance, and then you tailor your speech to their needs and interests. You look directly at the audience, speak with enthusiasm, and try to reach […]

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GLY 1880 Topic 24

Unlike the 1900 Galveston hurricane, most Hurricane Ike damage was wind damage and not storm surge damage false A sea wall does not protect the landward portion of Galveston Island from water rising in the Galveston Harbor and West Bay true Hurricane Ike was what category hurricane when it made landfall? 2 Hurricane Ike was […]

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Reflection Essay on GLY Topic 12

This new volcano has grown from the submarine caldera of Krakatau Anark Krakatau An eruption of the ancestor to the 19th century Krakatau may have been responsible for global climate impacts noted aout 535 AD True The largest eruption of Krakatau were measured as pressure spikes on the gasometer of this city Batavia An even […]

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Chemistry Unit 1 Resit Past Paper Questions

January 2012 – Fluorine forms compounds with many other elements. Fluorine reacts with bromine to from liquid bromine trifluoride (BrF3). State the type of bond between Br and F in BrF3 and state how this bond is fomed. [2 marks] Covalent; Shared pair(s) of elecrons/one electron from Br and one electron from F; January 2012 […]

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Vocabulary Terms for Writing an Argumentative Essay

Title the name of a work of art or literary composition etc. hook a compelling sentence at the beginning of a story used to get the reader’s attention concluding sentence The last sentence in a body paragraph. It is all commentary, does not repeat key words, and gives a finished feeling to the paragraph. claim […]

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Essay Terms

Essay A piece of writing that gives your thoughts a subject. Introduction The first paragraph in an essay. It includes the thesis at the end. Body Paragraph A middle paragraph in an essay. Conclusion The last paragraph in your essay. Thesis A sentence with a subject and opinion. This is the last sentence in your […]

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Colonial Governments in the 18th Century

what powers did colonial governments have in the 18th century? the colonial governments had power to pass laws and create taxes. they also decided how the colony’s tax money should be spent. they also elected their own assemblies. Which event of the French and indian war do you think was the most significant? why? 1) […]

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Glaspie, Heritage Middle FSA Review for Explanatory and Argument

Introduction What is the first paragraph in an essay called? To commence, To begin What transition can be used in body paragraph #1? attention grabber What should you use to begin your essay? yes Can you use an anecdote in your attention grabber? argument What essay has a claim in it? explanatory What essay has […]

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Mrs. Brown STAAR Revising Editing Strategies

RWN Read only what you need in the Revising Editing to save time and to focus on the questions MI Match Ideas- As you read sections a paragraph and your answer choices, cross out any sentences that are not related to the main idea in the paragraph Always Right In answer choices that start with […]

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Chuggaaconroy

Chuggaaconroy \”Hey, everybody! It’s Chuggaaconroy!\” I’ve been making Let’s Plays here for over 3 years now, and really appreciate the support from every one of you, not to mention the many of you I’ve actually met at conventions this year! If you’d like updates on upcoming projects, what’s going on with progress of new videos, […]

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Sadako and the Thousand Paper Cranes by Eleanor Coerr

Summarize – Reread pages 6-7. What was Peace Day? Peace Day was a memorial day for those who died when the atom bomb fell on Hiroshima; to Sadako, it was like a carnival. Conclusions – The atom bomb was dropped nine years before the story began. Why did Mr. Sasaki still pray that his family […]

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Chemistry: Properties of Matter, Acids, Bases

density an object’s mass divided by its volume; a measure of how many particles are packed together into a certain amount of space (related word: dense) Physical Properties of Matter can be observed and measured without changing the kind of matter being studied. Melting Point the temperature at which a solid turns into a liquid […]

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6th Grade – Metric Mass – Mid Term

What is the basic unit of mass in the metric system? Gram What apparatus is used to find mass? Triple Beam Balance What is WEIGHT? The gravitational pull on an object. What is MASS? The amount of matter in an object. What happens to your weight and mass if you were on the moon? If […]

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MIS OFFICIAL PRACTICE SET

A bill of materials identifies the steps needed to produce a material. FALSE Under a make-to-order strategy, the production process is triggered by a customer order. TRUE In the production process, a planned order is used to track the progress of the order. FALSE The production order is created by the warehouse. FALSE Procurement, fulfillment, […]

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Environmental Science 10-14

Irving Selikoff Identified health effects of asbestos exposure Bernardino Ramazzini Father of occupational medicine Alice Hamilton Described phossy jaw Sir Percival Pott Tracked the occurrence of scrotal cancer Galen Decribed hazards to miners Pneumoconiosis An occupational disease caused by the inhalation of certain dust particles is called Dermatitis Allergies caused by industrial chemicals often exhibit […]

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Chapter 21 the Health Insurance Claim Form

Assignment of Benefits The transfer of the patient’s legal right to collect benefits for medical expenses to the provider of those services; the patient authorizes sending of the payment directly to the provider. Audit A process done before claims submission to examine claims for accuracy and completeness. It can be performed manually, or it can […]

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American Revolution, Ch. 4

D The upcoming battle portrayed in Emanuel Leutze’s painting was the Battle of A. Antietam B. Bunker Hill C. Saratoga D. Trenton D This person is the first known African American woman to publish a written piece of literature. A) Oprah Winfrey B) Harriett Tubman C) Sojourner Truth D) Phillis Wheatley C Women who aided […]

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SEPARATION OF POWERS ESSAY PLAN

INTRODUCTION Define, explain and contextualise the Separation of Powers and outline the two opposing schools of thought Explain Separation of Powers a political theory developed by Montesquieu that identifies 3 branches of state and argues that to prevent arbitrary government, these branches should be kept apart with separate functions and personnel. The 3 Branches are: […]

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