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BLET #22 Arrest, Search & Seizure/Constitutional Law

4th Which amendment to the US Constitution guarantees protection from unreasonable searches and seizures Criminal or civil case brought against the officer, suppression of evidence recovered from the suspect, department discipline What are the consequences to the officer if he violates a persons right during search and seizure? 1. Constitutional Law 2. Statutory Law 3. […]

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History of Psychology Final

Psychology is unique among the sciences in its requirement that its students study the history of psychology Psychology is marked by diversity and divisiveness. The one aspect of the discipline that provides cohesiveness and a common ground for discourse is its History According to Schultz & Schultz, a course in the history of psychology is […]

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Alabama Boating Test (60 questions)

How should a vessel’s registration number and validation decal be displayed? On both sides of the bow of the boat What is important when selecting the right PFD for a passenger? Passenger’s body weight and chest size What important safety information is found on a boat’s capacity plate? Maximum weight and/or number of people the […]

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Chapter 1 APUSH study notes

Spanish conquistador who conquered the Incan empire of South America Francisco Pizarro Portuguese explorer who completed the first circumnavigation of the world Ferdinand Magellan Spanish explorer who traveled across much of Alabama and the present-day Southeastern United States Hernando de Soto Period if cultural rebirth in Europe European Renaissance People of mixed Native American and […]

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General Psychology Chapters 9-14

Behaviorism -an approach to psychology that emphasizes the study of observable behavior and the role of the environment and prior experience as determinants of behavior Ivan Pavlov and Classical Conditioning -studied the saliva glands in dogs and eventually discovered that he could condition dogs to salivate at the ring of a bell -the bell ringing […]

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Chapter 23 & 24

When was \”Black Tuesday\”? October 1929 What helped to contribute to the Great Depression? The stock market crash, the unequal distribution of wealth, lack of diversification of industries, and international debt structure In April, Hoover proposed an act that established, for the first time, a government bureaucracy to help farmers maintain prices. This act/bill would […]

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Medical Microbiology Study Guide for Unit 1: History and Introduction to Medical Microbiology

Louis Pasteur His association of particular microbes with certain diseases furthered the establishment of the germ theory. Anton van Leeuwenhoek Dutch Shopkeeper who looked at pondwater using a simple microscope, observed Joseph Lister Lister’s studies further proved to be effective by decreasing surgical wound infections in his surgical wards; father of antiseptic surgery. This man […]

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Psychology Chapter 7

B. mental processes Cognitive psychology is the study of _____. A. motivation and emotion B. mental processes C. abnormal functioning D. social relationships C. telepathy Cognitive psychology studies all of the following except _____. A. problem solving B. reasoning C. telepathy D. decision making A. hardware/software When using the computer as an analogy to explain […]

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Biology 1 Cell Test Study Guide

Cell Theory 1) All organisms are composed of one or cells 2) The Cell is the basic unit of structure and function in an organism 3)All cells come from pre-existing cells Theodor Schwann Helped develop \”The Cell Theory\” Also, \”all ANIMALS are made of cells\” Rudolf Virchow Helped develop \”The Cell Theory\” his theory-All cells […]

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Research Methods: Chapter 6: Case Studies and Observational Research

Case Study A case study is an in-depth analysis of an individual, social unit, or event. In psychology, many case studies examine just one person. This is especially true in areas like clinical psychology, in which published case reports detail the symptoms, histories, and treatment of individuals who have various disorders. They also focus on […]

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To Kill a Mockingbird Study Guide Chapter 1-5 questions

What is the Setting of the story macomb alabama in the early 1930s during the great depression who is the author of this novel harper lee Who is the narrator scout finch Who is Calpurnia she is the african american maid and cook and she was all angles, bone and near sighted Who comes to […]

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Life Science BSC1005 Chapter 8, 9, 10

The standard classification system used by biologists today groups and classifies organisms on the basis of similar physical traits. This system was first developed by Carl Linnaeus. At the time of his work, there were other methods for grouping organisms that were based on similar habitats, similar diets, or similar behaviors. Why is Linnaeus’s system […]

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BYU Independent Study

I have established my MapMyWalk.com account and have started tomlog my walking time and mileage on that site True Getting past the first ten days of walking is good progress True Knowing your own resting heart rate is important True Your arms should swing naturally when you are walking True Walking four or five times […]

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PSY 100 Exam 2

The rules that determine how sounds and words can be combined and used to communicate meaning with a language are collectively known as ________. a. morphemic rules b. phonemic rules c. grammar d. linguistic relativity c. grammar According to Erikson, an emotional and psychological closeness that is based on the ability to trust, share, and […]

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COM 101 Study Guide Exam 1

Human Communication process of creating meaning through symbolic interaction Intrapersonal communication self-communicating based on how we process information; affects all other interactions Dyadic Communication between two people in person or thru forms of media Small Group Communication 3-15 people where everyone can participate fully; majority members can conform others; creative Public Communication a group is […]

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Exam #1 – Sociology (Spring 2017 Semester)

The scientific study of human social relationships, groups, and societies is known as: a. social science b. anthropology c. sociology d. psychology c. sociology Which of the following is NOT considered a characteristic of sociology? a. strict, highly specific rules and guidelines about how to theorize about any particular topic b. usage of research methods […]

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ch 13 not ap gov

Besides the United States, which other nations have congresses? e. Most Latin American countries only In Great Britain’s parliamentary system, candidates for Parliament are selected by d. the party. A basic difference between a parliament such as Great Britain’s and the U.S. Congress is that d. party members in a parliament vote together on most […]

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Chapter 5 How Sociologists Do Research

Wayne is conducting a study on how the global economic crisis and unemployment are affecting the rate of college attendance in various countries. This sociological study is conducted on the, \”blank\” level. macro This statement best highlights the relationship between human behavior and sociological research. Sociological research can be on any human behavior. Although some […]

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Parallel journeys chapter 1 through 10 study guide

Concentration camp The place where Jews were confined and then killed Luftwaffe German Air Force Adult Hitler The dictator of Nazis Germany Gestapo The Nazi secret police Anti-Semitism Prejudice against Jews Righteous Gentiles A group of non-Jewish people will help the jew Herman Goring Luftwaffe leader The final solution Extermination of Jews Wehrmacht German army […]

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Chapters 2, 6, 11 Study Guide

Chapter 2 Studying Social life: Sociological Research Methods What do you call broad theoretical models of the social or natural world? Paradigms A paradigm shift is a major break in the assumptions that are used to understand the world. For social scientists, what causes a paradigm shift? Occur when new data forces new ways of […]

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(Chapter 1) Nutrition: Everyday Choices

Nutrient A substance in food that provides energy and structure to the body and regulates body processes. Essential nutrient A nutrient that must be consumed in the diet because it cannot be made by the body or cannot be made in sufficient quantities to maintain body functions. Calorie A unit of measure used to express […]

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