Stephanie Landry

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University: National Aviation Academy

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SOCL 4461-Ch 15-18

According to Agnew’s micro-level Strain Theory, __________ is a source of strain that influences the occurrence of criminal or deviant behavior. a. Failure to achieve a positively valued goal b. Removal of a positively valued stimuli c. Presentation of a negative stimuli Alexandra lost her job due to downsizing as a result of the economic […]

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APUSH Ch 3 (The Rise of Colonial America 1650-1750)

Massachusetts Bay colony 1629 – King Charles gave the Puritans a right to settle and govern a colony in the Massachusetts Bay area. The colony established political freedom and a representative government. John Winthrop 1588-1649 First governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony in 1630. A Model of Christian Charity Winthrop’s sermon which called for the […]

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AP Psychology Myers – Chapter 15 Personality

Personality An individual’s characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling, and acting. Free Association In psychoanalysis, a method of exploring the unconscious in which the person relaxes and says whatever comes to mind, no matter how trivial or embarrassing. Psychoanalysis Freud’s theory of personality that attributes our thoughts and actions to unconscious motives and conflicts; the techniques […]

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Essentials of Sociology Fifth Edition Chapters 1-3

Sociology The study of human groups and societies, giving particular emphasis of the industrialized world. Personal troubles Difficulties that are located in individual biographies and their immediate milieu, a seemingly private experience Public Issues Difficulties or problems that are linked to the institutional and historical possibilities of social structure. Sociological Imagination The application of imaginative […]

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Chapter 18: Classification Study Guide

What is taxonomy? discipline of classifying organisms and assigning each organism a universally accepted name What two things does a good system of classification always include? a. scientifically names them b. groups them in a logical manner What is Binomial Nomenclature and what is it used for? -each species is assigned a two-part scientific name […]

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7th Grade Life Science Final Exam Study Guide

Evolutionism The belief that the physical universe, including life, was not created but came about by natural processes. Biblical Creationism The belief in the account account of Creation described in the Bible: that the earth and living things were created by God. Progressive Creationism The belief that God created life in stages over a long […]

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GLY Topic 18

Once a tsunami crosses the entire Pacific it seldom has a height of more than 5 meters True Studies now indicate a recurrence interval for large Cascadia subduction zone earthquakes of 400-500 years Trees in the Pacific Northwest add ______ rings per year, and are dormant between the months of _________. two, August and May […]

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Social Psych Ch. 9

Prejudice a preconceived negative judgment of a group and its individual members can be positive, but almost always negative it is an attitude ABCs of Attitude Affect (feelings) Behavior tendency (inclination to act) Cognition (beliefs) _________ discrimination exceeds racial or gender discrimination weight common groups discriminated against: religion obesity sexual orientation age immigrants stereotype a […]

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GLY 1880 Topic 15

Carbon Dioxide is odorless and denser than air, causing it to hug the ground: true An even larger quantity of gas than in Lake Nyos occurs in this lake of the African Rift Valley between Rwanda and Zaire: Lake Kiva The massive and rapid release of gas from Lake Nyos was caused by: a disruption […]

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Psychology HL Paper 3 Key Terms

Case study In-depth and holistic investigation of the behaviour of either an individual or group. Closed questions Closed questions trigger the participants to talk in a focused way. Coding Involves finding specific categories in the data categories. Confidentiality The research data will not be known to anyone outside the study. Contrast questions Allow the participant […]

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Chapter 43 Notes

Criteria for a New Dental Material •It must not be poisonous or harmful to the body. •It must not be harmful or irritating to the tissues of the oral cavity. •It must help protect the tooth and tissues of the oral cavity. •It must resemble the natural dentition as closely as possible so as to […]

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CHM 113

Density mass divided by volume Specific Gravity The ratio of the density of a substance to the density of water Intensive property Properties independent of mass. Examples: density, specific heat, equivalent weight Extensive property Properties dependent of mass. Example: volume and mass Volume of a cylinder V = pi(r)^2h Mass of water displaced by a […]

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DC1: Unit 3

accordion folder a zig zag fold with at least two parallel folds that go in opposite directions; also known as a zig zag. additive color a color that becomes white when all colors have been added; RGB is an example alignment The placement of text or graphics on a line (right, left, center, or justified) […]

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Revision for Acids and Bases

What is the difference between acids and bases? An acid is a substance that donates H+ ions and a base that donates OH- ions What is the difference between dilute and concentrated? A concentrated solution has many molecules (less water and more acid/base), whereas a dilute solution has less molecules (more water and less acid/base) […]

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Medical Terminology – Health Information Technology Word List

health information management (HIM) the management of patient healthcare data of all types information technology the process needed to assimilate, organize, maintain, and store patient healthcare data health informatics a branch of health information management that uses computer systems to gather, organize, maintain, and store patient healthcare data traditional health record a medical chart stored […]

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EDPM – Types of Paper

Bond Paper – thick and durable – uncoated – high quality – used for: letterheads, buisness forms Onionskin Paper – translucent (partially see through) -thin and light -relatively strong – uses: airmail, with carbon paper for making duplicates, reducing weight when large numbers of records are printed Flimsy Paper – very thin, low quality paper […]

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Chapter 2 – Formatting Characters and Paragraphs

When using the MLA style, position explanatory notes either at the _____, as shown in Figure 2-1. bottom of the page as footnotes or at the end of the paper as endnotes footnote A note reference mark signals that an explanatory note exists at the bottom of the page as a(n) ____, as shown in […]

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EC Chapter 11

Amazon.com’s initial business model called for A) mobile retailing that had a central warehouse with a large inventory. B) virtual retailing that had no warehouses and no inventory. C) virtual retailing with two large warehouses in high-volume locations. D) mobile retailing that had numerous portable or rented warehouses with small inventories. B Which of the […]

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A Long Way Gone Test; Helms; Notes and Short Essay

How were Ishmael, his brother, and their friends introduced to rap music? They watched a music video at the pool one day. What did Ishmael and Junior see when they went back to back to Kabati? They saw the burnt of the burnt body of a dead imam, who had been burned while strapped to […]

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Praxis Core Test for Educators Overview

Name one strategy for success on the Praxis Core Tests: Establish a strategy for success. Organize your study materials. Make a study plan. Review weak areas. Relax. Name the location of the Praxis website: www.ets.org/praxis Which two tests on the Praxis Core have an 85 minute time limit? Mathematics and Reading How many essays have […]

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Geography Semester 1 Notes

Inca rulers paid their laborers in clothing and food. True \”Quechua\” refers to the people, the religion, and the language of the native people of South America. True The higher social classes loved Eva Peron as much as the lower social classes. False. Evita was not as revered by upper social classes as she was […]

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Motor Learning Development (Paper Babies)

Minimal voluntary control of head 1 month (YELLOW) elevates head when prone 2 months (YELLOW) positions head from left to right or right to left when prone 2-3 months (YELLOW) elevates head when supine 5 months (YELLOW) tries to roll from supine to prone; maintains sitting position when assisted 3 months (PINK) sits when holding […]

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