Ken Ericksen

City: Lineville, Iowa
University: Iowa Wesleyan University

Posts by Ken Ericksen:

Lifespan Ch.14-Attachment and Social Relationships

Attachment theory formulated by John Bowlby attachment -a strong affectional tie that binds a person to an intimate companion -a behavioral system through which humans regulate their emotional distress when under threat and achieve security by seeking proximity to another person babies will -follow (proximity-seeking behavior) -suck and cling -smile and vocalize -express negative emotions […]

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ASE B6 Test – Damage Analysis & Estimating

What is the difference between a unitized frame and a uni-body? There is no difference. In a uni-body or unitized vehicle, the frame and body are incorporated into a single welded structure. Should exhaust damaged systems be welded and repaired, or replaced all together? Replaced. Exhaust gases contain poisonous carbon monoxide and leaks could create […]

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Chapter 9 Section 2 – Industrialization: Case Study-Manchester

How did the Industrial Revolution affect the lives of the people involved? GOOD: -More jobs -Higher wages -People able to afford goods BAD: -Unhealthy working conditions -Pollution -Child Labor -Class tensions between the working and middle class What happened after the 1800s? People began to move towards cities to find better job opportunities. This period […]

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Earth Science Chapter 15

Oceans cover about ____ percent of the Earth’s surface. 71 Oceanic crust is ____ than continental crust and therefore ____ isostatically. denser, sinks The average thickness of oceanic crust is about ____, whereas the average thickness of continental crust is about ____. 4-7 km, 20-40 km The depth of the central parts of the ocean […]

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Case Study: Osteoporosis

bone physiology and bone remodeling cycle Bone remodels itself. Bone is living, growing tissue that is continuously renewing itself. Bone remodeling cycle: Basic multicellular unit (BMU) can sense bone damage and help assemble osteoclasts. Osteoclasts eat away the damaged bone. Osteoblasts will form new bone and replace the damaged area. osteoclasts – eat bone/resorption osteoblasts- […]

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gly 1102 topic 21, gly 1102 topic 22, gly 1102 topic 23

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

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Romantic Period

ROBERT SCHUMANN Music criticism was a source of income for both Hector Berlioz and… SOLO VOICE AND PIANO An art song is a musical composition for… LIED The word ______ is commonly used for romantic art song with a German text. MOZART Which of the following is not an early romantic composer? EXOTICISM Fascination with […]

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Publisher Final Exam Study Set

Metadata Another name for publicaton properties, such as author, title, or subject. False A placeholder is displayed before you point to it or insert something in it. Live Preview A feature that allows you to point to a galery choice and see its effect in the publication, without actually selecting the choice. F9 To soom […]

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WMST

Androcentric Practice of placing males at the center of one’s view of the world and its culture and history. A male-centered society. This is a major issue that exists in women’s studies and it is a myth that feminism works to dispel Adrienne Rich talks about this in her piece, Claiming an Education Backlash Organized […]

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Science Water Unit

Water liquid earth material dome or bead shape water forms when surface tension occurs property characteristic that can be observed absord to soak into another material surface tension when water molecules hold on tightly to each other forming a sking like form on a surface slope inclined hill, slanted surface porous a material that water […]

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Language Arts Lesson 51 Searching For Stories by Zora Neale Hurston

What is a personal essay? •Nonfiction…possibly with revisions! •Subset of autobiography -about an event in life -reflective Reflecting on life What the author says….and how s/he says it •tone: author’s attitude toward the subject mood: the general feeling or predominant emotion in the piece created through word choice, descriptions, and events *In a personal essay, […]

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UW JSIS 201 Final Essay prompts

In what ways and why was 1979 such a watershed year? Or was it? Explain. This question largely deals with Christian Caryl’s book Strange Rebels and the four narratives told within, so using each of the narratives and interlinking them is paramount. Many of the events of 1979 served to shape the modern world we […]

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population focused assessment: subsystems

Metaparadigm of Nursing -consists of the major concepts of discipline- person/community, environment, health, and nursing -Four concepts central to the discipline of nursing comprise the metaparadigm of nursing (overall framework). Guides decision making. -Provides a framework for the community-as-partner model -Viewing the community as a whole entity- Individuals & families Community Assessment wheel Core, Solid […]

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Is Alcoholism Genetic? Research paper

1)***OPENING QUOTE QUOTE ON GENES WITH ALCOHOLISM \”Alcohol dependence and dependence on other drugs frequently co-occur, and strong evidence suggests that both disorders are, at least in part, influenced by genetic factors. In recent years, researchers have identified numerous genes as affecting risk for dependence on alcohol and drugs. These include genes involved in alcohol […]

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The Sound and the Fury

Who is Benjy? The youngest son in the Compson family How old is Benjy? He is 33 years old Do various events and words trigger Benjy’s memory? (T/F) True What is Luster searching for by the golf course and why? A quarter to go to the circus Who is Luster? Front’s son/Dilsey’s grandson and Benjy’s […]

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Photo 1

Agitate To move a solution over the surface of film or paper during development so that fresh liquid comes into contact with the surface. Agitation The action of keeping the developer, stop bath, or fixer in a gentle, uniform motion while processing film or paper. It also helps to speed and achieve even development and […]

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Ch. 4 Photosynthesis

Where does the main source of energy for our planet come from? The sun Photosynthesis The process of harnessing or capturing the sun’s energy for use by living organisms What is the basic formula for photosynthesis? 6CO2 + 6H2O ——-(sunlight)—-> C6H12O6 + 6O2 When did photosynthesis begin? Approximately 3 billion years ago when certain cells […]

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Publisher Chapter 2

Story Publisher uses the term _____, to mean text that is contained within a single text box. Headline Each story will include a ____, which is a short phrase printed at the top of a story, usually in a bigger font that the story. Continued From If a story has 2 pages, the second page […]

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Federalist 70

Author Alexander Hamilton Main idea of Federalist 70 An energetic and forceful president is essential to good government. Hamilton’s Reasoning for a single president An energetic executive branch must be characterized by unity, sufficient powers, and a certain degree of secrecy. For these reasons, one chief executive is better than two or more; two will […]

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JRL 101: Chapters 4, 5, 6

Name five examples of consumer magazines + Reader’s Digest + People Mag + Time Mag + National Geographic + Playboy What did Gutenberg invent, and how did it contribute to the history of mass media? + metalworker living in Mainz, Germany + became first European to develop movable type / the first practical printing press […]

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Lesson 4: Drafting: Refining the Thesis and Introduction

Which of the following words best describes \”building up\” an idea in your paper? developing Which of the following words best describes \”focusing\” an idea in your paper? refining Choose the correct form of the modifier: The used car I bought recently ran ____ only after the tune-up. well Choose the correct form of the […]

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Shakespearean Insults

bawdy filthy, obscene, abominable brazen everlasting, imperishable, impenetrable; made of brass, very strong, powerful churlish rude, blunt, ungracious; violent, rough, harsh; stiff, hard, unyielding; stingy distempered insane, deranged, lunatic; disordered, disturbed, diseased fitful full of fits, marked by paroxysms (a sudden outburst of emotion or action) gnarling snarling, growling greasy vulgar grizzled grey, sprinkled with […]

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