James Hopper

City: Quincy, Massachusetts
University: Branford Hall Career Institute-Springfield Campus

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Human Growth and Development CLEP study guide

Nature position Development is more influenced by the genetic endowment of our biological parents. Development is an \”unfolding process guided by pre-programmed, genetic info.\” Nurture position Development is more influenced by the experiences we have. tabula rasa \”blank slate\” referring to the human mind in the nurture perspective of the nature vs. nurture debate. Experience […]

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Medical & Applied Sciences Terms

cardiology branch of medical science dealing with the heart & heart diseases cytology study of the structure, function, and abnormalities of cells. cytology and histology are subdivisions of microscopic anatomy dermatology study of skin and its diseases epidemiology study of the factors determining the distribution and frequency of health related conditions in a defined human […]

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Freshman Biology Unit 2 Study Guide Part 2

Purpose of Cellular Respiration To produce ATP from sugar Reactants (ingredients) in Cellular Respiration CO2 (carbon dioxide) and sugar Products of Cellular Respiration CO2 (carbon dioxide), H20 (water), and ATP Where in the cell does cellular respiration occur? Mitochondria What types of cells use cellular respiration All types of cells

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AP Psychology Midterm Study Guide

wilhelm wundt opened the first experimental laboratory in psychology biological perspective cause of behavior is our brain , to change behaviors, you have to change the way the brain functions behaviorism perspective environment impacts the way you behave such as conditions like rewards/punishments cognitive perspective based on mental processes, speaking and thinking people act because […]

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Chapter 24: Nuclear Chemistry // Study Guide

penetrating power the ability of radiation to pass through matter radioisotopes isotopes of atoms with unstable nuclei that emit radiation // isotopes of atoms with unstable nuclei, emit radiation to attain more-stable atomic configurations X ray a form of high-energy electromagnetic radiation, but are not produced by radioactive sources and their energy is lower than […]

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Electricity and Magnetism Study Guide (8th Grade)

Charge A physical property resulting from the collection of, or dispersion, of electrons. Static Electricity A buildup of charges on an object. Generally produced by friction or induction. Charge via Friction As two objects rub together, electrons from one object are transferred from one to the other. Induction Description: A negative(ly) charged object – when […]

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Matter and Its Interactions

What is matter? Anything that has matter and takes up space. What are atoms? The smallest unit of an element that retains the properties of that element. How does condensation occur? It occurs when a gas changes to a liquid. Liquids lose heat and freezes into a solid. What is sublimation? When a solid substance […]

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Chapter 7 Psych Narrative Essay

Mental images a) represent abstract ideas. b) have a picture-like quality. c) consist entirely of unconscious information. d) are always prototypes. Ans: have a picture-like quality Expln: Mental images are mental representations of objects that have a picture-like quality If three people used mental images to tell you how many windows they each had in […]

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ASCP MLS study guide: Chemistry

Rise of CEA is associated with which cancer? Colon Rise of CA-19 is associated with which cancer? GI, Pancreatic Rise of AFP is associated with which cancer? Hepatic, Pancreatic, Testicular Rise of CA-125 is associated with which cancer? Ovarian Rise of hCG is associated with which cancer? Testicular, Ovarian (although usually indicates pregnancy) Rise of […]

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AP Pysch Capter 7 & 8 Quizzes

The most crucial ingredient in all learning is experience By learning associate a squirt of water with an electric shock, sea snails demonstrate the process of classical conditioning The psychologist most closely associated with the study of operant conditioning was Skinner After recovering from a serious motorcycle accident, Chris was afraid to ride a motorcycle […]

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AP World History: Study Guide

PART ONE PART ONE Popular sovereignty People decided to work together, form civil society, and appoint rulers to protect and promote common interests. Individuals granted political rights to their rulers but retained personal rights to life, liberty, and property. Natural rights Rights that people supposedly have under natural law. The Declaration of Independence of the […]

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Topic Sentence Quiz

Paragraph series of sentences that serves and develops one idea a well constructed paragraph has 3 components topic sentence states the main idea and subject of the paragraph and indicates the focusing idea limited topic focusing idea supporting sentence concluding sentence Do’s for writing a good topic sentence Don’t’s for writing a good topic sentence […]

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Chemistry Chapter 2 Quiz 2

Which best describes a compound such as sodium chloride? NOT A mixture of two common elements that can be separated by physical means A teacher makes the following statement. \”Gasoline boils at a relatively low temperature (about 150°C). The kerosene is removed at around 200°C, followed by diesel oil at 300°C and fuel oil at […]

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Kona Grill Sushi & Sushimi

Anago Shrimp Tempura Roll 2 pieces of Shrimp Tempura, Cucumber, and Avocado. Topped with Eel Sauce and Sriracha. Anago Shrimp Tempura Roll Preparation Cooked, Served Inside Out, and 8 Piece Cut. Atlantic Roll Baked Salmon, Spicy Aioli Dipping Sauce, and Cucumber. Topped with Tempura Flakes and Eel Sauce. Sesame Seeds on the Outside. Atlantic Roll […]

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I hate Math

This is game about hating math so much you will do something to the math page Just pick a choice then Copy and paste the URL Lets begin One day you found your old room piled with your least favorite math problem, WORD PROBLEMS!!! would you…. ………………………………………………………………………………………… Burn http://orig03.deviantart.net/3eef/f/2014/243/9/3/cat_lineart_by_ujalasocks2001-d7xem6o.gif Trash it http://sd.keepcalm-o-matic.co.uk/i/keep-calm-and-trash-your-homework.png make your dog […]

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Human Body Research Paper Circulatory System

Circulatory System The circulatory system is an organ system that passes nutrients (such as amino acids, electrolytes and lymph), gases, hormones, blood cells, etc. to and from cells in the body to help fight diseases, stabilize body temperature heart It is nothing but a pump, composed of muscles which pumps blood to each and every […]

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Indian Newspapers and their Founders

Bengal Gazette 1780 J.K. Hickey English India’s first newspaper Madras Courier 1785 Richard Johnson First paper from Madras Bombay Herald later Bombay Gazette 1789 First paper from Bombay English weekly English owned Samachar Darpan 1818 First vernacular weekly Carey and Marshman from Serampore Bengali Samvad Kaumudi 1821 Ram Mohan Roy Bengali weekly Mirat-ul-Akhbar 1822 Ram […]

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English 4A Lesson 6 Research Paper

Topical research. Writing about research and presentation of specific topics or subjects. Critical research. Writing to analyze and interpret information. Supporting facts and arguments. Convince readers that the thesis statement is valid. Body paragraph. Main ideas of the paper are contained in its body paragraphs which provide the information researched to support the thesis. Conclusion. […]

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Chapter 8 Newspapers

About when was the first North American newspaper printed? In 1690, Boston printer Benjamin Harris publishes the first North American newspaper called Publick Occurrences. What did John Peter Zenger become famous for? Zenger was arrested in 1734 for seditious liable. A jury rules in Zenger’s favor in 1735, establishing freedom of the press and newspapers […]

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Contents of a Dead Man’s Pocket

What does Tom’s use of a typewriter suggests about the setting? 1950’s What type of conflict is Tom facing? stay home and work- no movies paper is on the ledge What caused the sheet of paper to fly out the window? His wife leaving(door opening and closing) Why is tom upset about the loss of […]

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Peds Ch. 21- Functional Task at School: Handwriting

Handwriting A functional task required of a child in his or her occupation as a student; the most important means by which a student expresses knowledge of the material being taught; used to summarize information taught in class, complete assignments, take tests, and interact with others for noneducational purposes; a tool teachers use to measure […]

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Earth Science-Essay Questions-Semester 1

What are three kinds of periodic changes that occur in the way the earth moves around the sun? Orbit- Circular changes Tilt- Degree changes Precision- Circular motion changes How would an increase in the amount of solar energy reaching the earth’s surface most likely affect sea level along the coastline of the United States? Increase […]

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