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psych test
chapter 3
1) Efforts to identify the interactive influences of inherited personality traits and culturally prescribed educational practices on the intellectual development of children is most central to the major issue of... : nature and nurture
2) Ten-year-old Heidi is maturing early and already towers over all the girls and most of the boys in her fifth-grade class. Heidi is likely to be... : the object of teasing
3) Mr. Lambers refuses to pay income taxes because his conscience will not allow him to support a government that spends billions of dollars on military weapons. Mr. Lambers' reasoning best illustrates Kohlberg's ________ stage. : postconventional
4) People's desire to punish wrongdoing is often driven mostly by automatic emotional reactions rather than by deliberate conscious calculations that punishment will deter crime and promote justice. This most clearly supports the ________ perspective on morality. : intuitionist
5) According to Piaget, during the formal operational stage people first begin to... : reason abstractly

Created on December 18, 2018
# of questions: 20

psych test
chapter 11
1) The social psychologist who is best known for his pioneering studies of conformity is? : Asch
2) Twenty Wallonians were arrested for nonviolent crimes, whereas 20 Pireaneans were arrested for violent crimes. The tendency to judge that more crimes were committed by Pireaneans than by Wallonians best illustrates the power of... : vivid cases
3) Parker thinks smoking is addictive but other players on his hockey team insist that it's not. Parker is likely to conform to their opinion if... : he feels insecure in his role as a new team member
4) On the first day of class, Tamara's professor gives brief and abrupt answers to students' questions. Tamara thinks that her new professor is rude. This ________ will likely influence her to act negatively toward her professor. : attitude
5) During deliberations on a rape case, some of the jurors commented that the victim had a history of going out to various bars and had been dressed too provocatively. Looking like that, they believed, she invited unwanted attention. The jurors' comments are best explained in terms of... : the just world phenomenon

Created on December 18, 2018
# of questions: 6

psych test
chapter 12
1) Which theory has been most severely criticized for offering after-the-fact explanations without advancing testable predictions? : psychoanalytic theory
2) Neo-Freudians such as ________ were among the first to highlight a masculine bias in Freud's theories. : Karen Horney
3) Jason is typically restless, anxious, and easily irritated. In terms of the Eysencks' basic factors he would most clearly be classified as : emotionally unstable
4) Ariel loves her husband but unconsciously resents his successful career. Her therapist suggests that their marriage would improve if she recognized the conflict between these two feelings. The therapist's belief best illustrates the ________ perspective. : psychodynamic
5) Social roles are especially likely to be central to people's self-identity in ________ cultures. : collectivist

Created on December 18, 2018
# of questions: 21

Flashcard Set (12/18/2018)

1) Stock holder : حملة الأسهم العاديين

Created on December 18, 2018
# of questions: 1

bio systems

1) 5 parts that compose the nervous system : brain, spinal cord, nerves, sense organs, and receptors
2) what does the nervous system do? : controls and coordinates functions throughout the body and responds to internal and external stimuli
3) what is the central nervous system made up of? : brain and spinal cord
4) what are the three major parts of the brain? : cerebrum, cerebellum, brain stem
5) what is the largest part of the brain? : cerebrum

Created on December 12, 2018
# of questions: 37

Zanibe Almaamar 5th Hour Week 2 Tri 2

1) Subjugate : To act in an obsequious manner; show servile deference.
2) Kowtow : To act in an obsequious manner; show servile deference.
3) Laissez Faire : The practice of noninterference in the affairs of others, especially with reference to individual freedom of action.
4) Paltry : Ridiculously or insultingly small.
5) Vacillate : To waver in mind or opinion; be indecisive or irresolute.

Created on December 11, 2018
# of questions: 8

Zanibe Almaamar 5th Hour Week 1 Tri 2

1) Prospectus : A document describing the major features of a proposed literary work, project, business venture.
2) Sluggish : Indisposed to action or exertion; lacking in energy; lazy; indolent.
3) Liquidity : The ability or ease with which assets can be converted into cash.
4) Usurp : To seize and hold (a position, office, power, etc.) by force or without legal right.
5) Vehement : Characterized by rancor or anger; violent.

Created on December 04, 2018
# of questions: 8


1) SYNERGIZE : Achieved when two or more people work together to create a better solution than either could alone. It's not your way or my way but a better way, a higher way.
2) ACTION PLAN : -Define the problem or opportunity -Their way -My way -Brainstorm -High way
3) 4 THINGS THAT SYNERGY IS : -Celebrating differences -Teamwork -Open-mindedness -Finding new and better ways
4) STRUCTURE : Preview it, have 2 or 3 main points, transitions, and a conclusion
5) PRACTICING : practice however need be, but practice makes perfect

Created on December 01, 2018
# of questions: 9

Flashcard Set (12/1/2018)

Created on December 01, 2018
# of questions: 0

Intervalos con alteraciones
(o cómo volverse loco de 441 formas distintas)

Created on December 01, 2018
# of questions: 0

Final 137

1) What you as the health professional observe by inspecting, percussing, palpating, and auscultating during the physical examination : Objective data
2) What the person says about himself or herself during history taking : Subjective data
3) Subjective data and Objective data, together with the patient's record and laboratory studies, these elements form the : Database
4) is the process of analyzing health data and drawing conclusions to identify diagnoses. : Diagnostic reasoning
5) Has no experience with a specified patient population and uses rules to guide performance : Novice

Created on November 29, 2018
# of questions: 20

Some reasons why online sports betting become so popular

Created on November 20, 2018
# of questions: 0

Course #2

1) Health Care System : group of people, agencies and or institutions that provide health care services to individuals in a variety of settings.
2) Health Care Professionals : individuals who wish to care for the people seeking to improve their health status
3) Ambulatory Care Centers : community centers that provide health care consultation, treatment and mediation using advanced medical terms.
4) Acute Care Hospitals : Hospitals- institution that provide care for individuals who have a disease that comes on quickly or that lasts for a short period of time.
5) Long Term Care Agencies : can be skilled nursing facilities, assisted living facilities, and hospice care.

Created on November 19, 2018
# of questions: 9

Society and Culture

1) Persons : Every person is a unique individual who develops in a social and environmental setting. Eg. Me, you
2) Society : Society is made up of people, groups, networks, institutions, organisations and systems where people belong to informal and formal groups. Eg: Australian Society
3) Culture : Culture is demonstrated by the beliefs, customs, values, norms, rules, laws, that people generate and use as they interpret meaning from their world. Culture is dynamic and undergoes change, and is therefore not static. Eg: Religious Jewish Culture
4) Environment- : Every society is located in a particular physical setting and interacts with its environment. Eg:Rural, inland, isolated
5) Time : Every person, society, culture and environment is located in a period of time Eg: Past, present, future

Created on November 14, 2018
# of questions: 22

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