Daniel Thompson

City: Brockton, Massachusetts
University: William James College

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Psychology Unit 1 Quiz Review

What did Sigmund Freud call his method of treating patients? psychoanalysis Which current perspective in psychology is the scientific study of behavior? behavioral psychology Identifying unconscious drives is a major concern of biological psychologists. False Which modern psychological perspective is most influenced by the ideas of Sigmund Freud? psychodynamic psychology Consciousness refers to thoughts and […]

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Honors Chemistry Unit 1 (Matter and Classification) Study Guide

element is the simplest type of matter with unique physical and chemical properties also has one kind of \”atom\” and cannot be broken down into a simpler type substance a kind of matter whose composition is fixed molecule an independent structure consisting of two or more atoms chemically bound together compound type of matter composed […]

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Biology 12.1 The Fossil Record

Permineralization minerals carried by water are deposited around a hard structure ; may also replace the hard structure itself Natural casts when flowing water removes all of the original bone or tissue, leaving just an impression in sediment ; minerals fill in the mold, recreating the original shape of the organism Trace fossils record the […]

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Experience Psychology Chapter 7

What happens on Stage 0 Sleep? Muscles- began to relax Breathing-goes down Brain Waves- Alpha (conscious but relax). What happens in Stage 1 Sleep? You relax more deeply, your alpha are replace by irregular waves and you began to sleep. What happens in Stage 2 Sleep? Show sleep spindles. What are Sleep Spindles? Bursts of […]

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Study Guide-Oncology

Dedifferentiation means the same as a change in the structure and orientation of cells characterized by a loss of specialization and reversion to a more primitive form, which is known as anaplasia A highly malignant tumor of the sympathetic nervous system that most commonly occurs in the adrenal medulla with early metastasis spreading widely to […]

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chapter 9 memory(AP Psychology)

spacing effect the tendency for distributed study or practice to yield better long-term retention than is achieved through massed study or practice retroactive interference the disruptive effect of new learning on the recall of old information mood-congruent memory the tendency to recall experiences that are consistent with one’s current good or bad mood deja vu […]

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Topic 5: Molecular Genetics

Alfred Hershey and Martha Chase -Figured out DNA was the basis of genetic material -Used bacteriophages, viruses that infect bacteria James Watson and Francis Crick -Structure of DNA -Used X-ray crystallography X-ray crystallography -Process used to visualize molecules three-dimensionally 4 Major features of DNA 1. DNA is a double helix 2. Sugar (deoxyribose) attached to […]

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gly1102 topic 21-37

The head of Coelophysis is crowned with 2 bony crests that give it its name (2 crest). false Dinosaurs inhabited all continents. true This theropod has only 2 digits on the manus. tyrannosaurus Theropods had the largest brain (relative to body size) among dinosaurs. true Allosaurus has a distinctive ridge above and in front of […]

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GLY 1880 Topic 3

Geologists believe there may have been two epicenters for the Lisbon earthquake, one offshore and another in the Tagus River Valley Influenced by the Lisbon earthquake, Voltaire challenged the \”Optimism\” view of the world in his dark satire Candide The Lisbon earthquake generated a vigorous and prolonged philosophical debate on the nature of the natural […]

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Gov unit 3

Political Ideology the coherent set of values and beliefs about the purpose and scope of gov held by groups and individuals Conservative on who believes that a gov is best that governs least and that big gov should not infringe on individual, personal and economic rights Social Conservative one who believes that traditional moral teachings […]

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Stage craft

Two types of projectors lensed vs. no lens lensed slide projector, ability to shoot bright light over a long distance no lens hand puppet, shadows projection presentation of an image on a surface Two most common lensed projectors image projectors and digital projectors image projectors uses a slide or some other sort of transparency and […]

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Public Speaking Chapter 11-20

Why is a formal, full-sentence outline an indispensable tool of speech preparation/organization? -it provides a detailed, logical plan for a speech -it helps you keep track of the points you hope to cover -it increases the chances that your audience will understand your message Full sentence outline the thesis statement, the main points, and at […]

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Sociology Test 2

. Mrs. Butler is a 4th grade teacher. She has been teaching for 32 years and now has Robert Price Jr. in her class. Mrs. Butler remembers when she had his father, Robert Price Sr., in her class 25 years ago. Mrs. Butler believes that Robert Jr. will be a problem student, just as his […]

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Philosophy – Essay Plans

‘Explain Hume’s criticisms of the Cosmological Argument’ (25) Intro – Outline the Cosmological Argument All events must have a cause. The universe is an event. God is the first cause of the universe. Intro 2 – Hume, who only accepts empirical data, questioned the idea that all events have a cause Hume Criticism 1 – […]

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18th Century Literature Dieterich

A MODEST PROPOSAL A MODEST PROPOSAL All of the following are problems afflicting Ireland with which Swift is concerned in this essay except the breakdown of parental authority What is the primary consideration of the speaker’s argument in \”A Modest Proposal\” economics According to the speaker all of the following are advantages of his proposal […]

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Global Issues Essay Question 3- International Law

What is international law? A set of guidelines, both formal and informal, that national governments recognize as potentially binding on themselves and on other national governments What are some reasons to be pessimistic about international law? 1. States may comply but they don’t have to 2. International law can not enforce itself an there is […]

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The Dog Hause (Sausage)

Das Brat 1. Grill Nürnberger Bratwurst over medium heat on the broiler to 150o, turning often. (1 Sausage) 2. Toast the Bun on the griddle using Clarified Butter (1 Hot Dog Bun) 3. Place Grilled Bratwurst, on top of cheese, in Bun 4. Place Caramelized Onions on sausage (1 1⁄2 oz.) 5. Place Sauerkraut on […]

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Reading Quiz: Federalist Papers

Federalism balances the rights of the: state and the national government Federalist 39 argues that the states will still be sovereign because they will have a say in the Senate States have a voice in the Senate while people have a voice in the House. True \”Federalist 39 describes the Senate as \”\”federal\”\” because:\” Representatives […]

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English III Research Paper Flashcards(Hurricane Katrina)

Kates, Robert William, et al. \”Reconstruction of New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina: A Research Perspective.\” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences \”Because of the magnitude of damage and failures in response that characterized Katrina, the emergency period extended over 6 weeks.\” Kates, Robert William, et al. \”Reconstruction of New Orleans After Hurricane Katrina: A […]

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Windows Server Chapter 6

Local print device A printer locally connected to the clients computer Network print device Printer shared on a network Print client The workstation or application that initially generates the print job Print server The computer or device offering the printer share Spooling Frees the server CPU to handle other processing requests in addition to print […]

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Education 1300 Finals Review

Peak Performer a person that is successful and desires to pursue a lifetime of learning Visual Learners A person who prefers to see information and read material. These people tend to: -be right brain dominant -remember what they see -annotate when studying Auditory Learners A person who learns better by listening and hearing. These people […]

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Physical & Chemical Changes

Glass breaking Physical change Rusting bike Chemical change Melting butter for popcorn Physical change Spoiling food Chemical change Mixing lemonade powder into water Physical change Cutting grass Physical change Corroding metal Chemical change Bleaching your hair Chemical change The Statue of Liberty turning green Chemical change Fireworks exploding Chemical change Cooking or frying an egg […]

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