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Explicit And Implicit Introductory Psychology Pros And Cons
Chapter 6 General Psychology – Flashcards 23 terms
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Kaitlynn Baldwin
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Business Management Explicit And Implicit Linguistics Mom And Dad Struggle For Power Systems Theory
Strategic Family Systems – Jay Haley – Flashcards 34 terms
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Brenda Gannon
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AP Psychology Explicit And Implicit Introductory Psychology Psychology
Psychology Unit 3 Test – Flashcards 125 terms
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Martha Hill
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Course(s) In English English/Language Arts 3 (11Th Grade) Explicit And Implicit First Person Point Of View Purpose For Writing Second Person Point Of View
Hamlet – Literature – Flashcards 50 terms
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Kenneth Wheeler
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Applied Sociology Data Explicit And Implicit Mapping Two Factor Authentication
Salesforce Certified Sharing and Visibility Designer – All Combined – Flashcards 440 terms
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Marguerite Castillo
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Annual Interest Rate Explicit And Implicit Part Time Employees Principles Of Economics: Microeconomics
Chapter 9 HW 13 terms
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Daphne Armenta
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Explicit And Implicit Film Criticism Open And Closed
Essay on Film – Flashcards with Answers 130 terms
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Kenneth McQuaid
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Business Management Centrally Planned Economies Explicit And Implicit International Business Low Cost Strategy
BADM 380 Test 1 Bank MC – Flashcards 98 terms
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Isabel Padilla
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Explicit And Implicit Individuals And Societies Scarcity And Choice
CS 682 Chapter 9 – Flashcards 191 terms
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Paulina Ratliff
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Accounting Explicit And Implicit Managerial Economics Principles Of Economics: Macroeconomics Principles Of Economics: Microeconomics
Micro Econ – Flashcards 75 terms
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Ethan Carter
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Which statement is true? A. Explicit attitudes are a good predictor of behavior. B. Implicit attitudes are a good predictor of behavior. C. Explicit and implicit attitudes are a good predictor of behavior. D. Nothing is a good predictor of behavior.
B. Implicit attitudes are a good predictor of behavior.
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6. To the economist, total cost includes: A. explicit and implicit costs. B. neither implicit nor explicit costs. C. implicit, but not explicit, costs. D. explicit, but not implicit, costs.
A. explicit and implicit costs.
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Sometimes guests brought their own knives and spoons, and sometimes they were furnished by the host. If not eating something soft or soupy that required a spoon, people ate with their fingers, using their knives only to take food from the main serving platter and to cut it when necessary. The knife was placed on the right side of the trencher, and the bread was on the left. Cups were not placed on the table. If a guest wanted a drink, he or she would ask a servant, who would bring them a cup that was kept on a side table or sometimes in a cool bath of water. When the guest finished drinking, they would return the cup to the servant, who would rinse it out, making it ready for the next guest. Based on the explicit and implicit information from the passage, the reader can infer that
tableware was rarer in Elizabethan times than it is today.
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A difference between explicit and implicit costs is that
implicit costs do not require a direct monetary outlay by the firm, whereas explicit costs do
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When economists say firms try to maximize profits, they mean that firms try to maximize the difference between what they receive for their goods and services in total revenue and what they give up for their inputs in total costs (explicit and implicit).
Economic profits are calculated by subtracting: A. explicit costs from total revenue. B. implicit costs from total revenue. C. implicit costs from normal profits. D. explicit and implicit costs from total revenue.
D. explicit and implicit costs from total revenue.
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To the economist, total cost includes: A. explicit and implicit costs, including a normal profit. B. neither implicit nor explicit costs. C. implicit, but not explicit, costs. D. explicit, but not implicit, costs.
A. explicit and implicit costs, including a normal profit.
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Total revenue minus both explicit and implicit costs is called
economic profit.
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Mr. Nydam suffers amnesia and is unable to remember playing golf on a particular course. Yet the more he plays the course, the more his game improves. His experience illustrates the need to distinguish between: Student Answer: a. short-term and long-term memory. b. proactive and retroactive interference. c. explicit and implicit memory. d. recognition and recall.
c. explicit and implicit memory.
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What is the difference between explicit and implicit?
Explicit-fully and clearly expressed Implicit-implied, rather than expressly
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