George Weinberg first introduced the term homophobia in 1972 and identified it as an irrational fear, hate, and disgust of homosexual men and women in confined spaces. It portrays out in many different ways in different culture, both latent and explicit. Less noticeable types include a lack of recognition of same-sex couples in the entertainment industry and particularly ethnically diverse couples. Wendy's refusal by her sisters an example of Homophobia.
The ethical thought of Confucius sprang from Confucius' realization that the basic problem of humanity was: a. overpopulation
b. ignorance and lack of education
c. social chaos
d. political corruption
c. social chaos
Those who score above average on tests of mathematical aptitude are also likely to score above average on tests of verbal aptitude. According to Spearman, this best illustrates the importance of: a. existential intelligence.
b. multiple intelligence.
c. the g factor.
d. factor analysis.
Answer is C, the g factor
The g factor is also known as the general intelligence factor, and was made known or explained in 1904 by Charles Spearman.
He explained the general intelligence factor as an underlying factor which is the foundation or source of all intellectual abilities.
Spearman also made known that the level of intelligence might determine the level of specific abilities.
Therefore, those that score average mark in mathematical aptitude are likely to score more than average in verbal aptitude because of g factor
Answer: the answer is (C) the g factor
According to Spearman, this best illustrates the importance of the g factor; the g factor also referred to as general intelligence is responsible for overall performance on mental ability tests across varying subjects and topics.
What is the definition of plagiarism? A. Sharing class notes or study questions with classmates for a group project. B. Using someone else's words or ideas without giving credit to that person. C. Using un-authorized information when taking an exam. D. Copying more than five words of a quotation without citing it. E. Sharing old assignments, or allowing others to copy your work.
B. Using someone else's words or ideas without giving credit to that person
Answer: B.Using someone else's words or ideas without giving credit to that person.
If research continues to indicate that the SAT is biased against students from low socio-economic backgrounds and does not reflect their knowledge or skills, what does that mean for the test psychometric properties?
It means that the test would have high reliability and not so for the validity.
Even though the test may have reliabiltiy because it can be consistent in some of the structure of evaluation. This doesn't mean that it would be a valid test, because it is biased.
The psychometrc propertes are measured both by validity and reliabiltiy. This means the score can be reliable but as it is biased, it is not reflecting the knowlede and skills so it loses it's validity.
Diffusion is: ____A. the movement of a substance across a membrane. B. the movement of a substance by osmosis. C. the movement of substances from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration. D. the tendency of molecules to move in space due to kinetic energy.
Movement of things from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration through semi-permeable membrane is refereed to as diffusion.
There are two types of diffusion:
Despite the fact that Feodor's hand shakes, and he has a difficult time walking and positioning and moving his body to get in and out of chairs, he remains mentally sharp. Feodor appears to have
Parkinson's disease is a progressive nervous system disease that comes as a disorder and affects its victim’s movement. The symptoms start in a gradual form, sometimes the starting symptoms will be a barely noticeable tremor in just one hand. Tremors are the most common trait, but some victims might experience disorder and stiffness or slowing of movement.
Although Parkinson's disease is one of the most incurable diseases, judicious medications might drastically improve improve the situation positively. Occasionally, doctor may recommend going for surgery to normalize certain parts of your brain thereby improving your state.
Derek likes to bully his little brother Matt. Their mother begins to give Derek the mild punishment of a stern look every time Derek hits Matt. This is sufficient to stop Derek's bullying, and in time, Derek stops bullying Matt even when his mother is not around. According to theories of insufficient punishment, why might this happen?
Because there was insufficient external justification for resisting, Derek began to devalue the forbidden activity
Insufficient theories of punishment are related to the dissonance in which a person feels the lack of sufficient external justification. This is the justification for devaluing for the forbidden things. There was an experiment was done by Aron-son and Carl-smith.
They threaten the child with mild or severe punishment when they play with their favored toys. So that none of the children play with their favored toy when they left alone. But the child who was less threatening has been played with toy more than the children who threatened more.
George Sperling was able to differentiate between the amount of information that could be stored in sensory memory and the time until the memory faded by cuing participants to recallA) an entire visual scene from memory. B) a row of letters in a visual array. C) the first letters of words in a visual array.D) the second of three sentences in a visual array
B) a row of letters in a visual array
The experiment conducted by Sperling was intended to proof the existence of Visual sensory memory and to find out whether this memory have a certain set of duration or capacity between individuals.
In the experiment, He made the subjects to look at a computer and the screen will briefly show a row of letters to the subjects. The result show that The subjects could see the letters and recall them, proving the existence of visual memory. But the duration of this memory is so short since most subjects only capably to remember those letters for a couple of minutes.
Most successful politicians are shrewd and practical in the decisions they make. Therefore Mayor O'Connell will be shrewd and practical in her decisions, since she is a successful politician is an example of:________. a) enumerative induction.b) statistical syllogism.c) causal argument.d) analogy.
Answer:. B) statistical syllogism.
Explanation: Statistical syllogism is an non deductive(an inductive) argument which uses a generalised argument based on a Statistical metric or findings to describe a particular case or situation. Statistical syllogism does not put into consideration the individual case before making a conclusion regarding that case.
THE USE OF A GENERALISED STATISTICAL CONCLUSION ON POLITICIANS TO DESCRIBE MAYOR O'CONNELL WILL BE SHREWD AND PRACTICAL IN HER DECISIONS IS A STATISTICAL SYLLOGISM.
Georgia likes to make tuna fish sandwiches for lunch. She uses her electric can opener and then usually gives the can with a few bits of tuna left inside to the cat as a treat. Georgia recently noticed that the cat comes running into the kitchen every time she uses her can opener to open anything, not just tuna fish. The cat's behavior when it hears the sound of the can opener is a result of:
The cat's behavior when it hears the sound of the can opener is a result of classical conditioning. Classical conditioning is a learning process whereby a conditioned stimulus such as the sound of a can opener becomes associated with an unrelated unconditioned stimulus to produce a conditioned response such as the running of the dog to the kitchen.
The behaviour of George's dog is an example of classical conditioning, the dog now associates the sound of can opener to the making of tuna fish sandwich.
Fred Thompson rents an apartment under a two-year written lease. He has occupied the apartment for one full year, and now the landlord is selling the apartment building to a new owner. So far as Thompson's lease is concerned:
The sale does not affect Thompson's tenancy
Thus here Thompson rent an apartment under a two-year tear contract. The contract will transfer to the new owner. It won't affects Thompson tenancy.
Generally, systems analysts review the work of other systems analysts, and programmers review the work of other programmers, as a form of peer review, in structured walk-throughs.
Explanation: A structured walkthrough is a testing technique carried out in the development process in order to encourage interchange of ideas between peers so as to improve the quality of the final product. This exercise is designed to anticipate and detect as many flaws and defects as possible by peers and discuss how to fix them so as to have the best finished product.
The walkthrough is an organised procedure led by a trained moderator while the developer is also present. It is seen as a formal way of checking the technical aspects of software development, detecting defects and fixing the flaws before a final product which is taken to market.
Students in the United States seldom applaud after a lecture, whereas students in Europe often applaud or rap their knuckles on their desks. This cultural difference reflects the power of ____________ to influence nonverbal communication. A. display rules
D. politeness norms
Answer: (A) Display rules
According to the given scenario, the culture difference between the two different countries is displaying about the rules for the purpose of influence the type of nonverbal communication.
The display rules is one of the type of concept that helps in displaying the different types of social culture with some specific norms. It is the process of socialization and also the interaction with the different types of people.
Therefore, Option (A) is correct answer.
A local human service organization contacted Mr. Tanaka. The organization asked him to conduct a study to identify the difficulties and problems of the elderly in the local community so that the organization could develop social programs to help them. What type of study would this be? a. Needs assessment *
b. Cost-benefit analysis
c. Planning, Programming and Budgeting System
d. Summative Evaluation Research
a. Needs assessment
This study is a needs assessment. Needs assessment is a kind of study that is concerned with identifying and prioritizing the needs of a specific group of people in order to find solutions to it or fill the missing gap. The study to identify the difficulties and problems of the elderly in the local community so that the organization could develop social programs to help them is an example of a needs assessment.
Answer: NEEDS ASSESSMENT
Explanation: Needs assessment can be defined as a planned, ordered procedure used to determine the gaps between current conditions and desired conditions. It is used for improvement in different settings.
The perspectives on needs assessment are; perceived need; expressed needs and relative need.
It is used to determine priorities, making improvements and allocating resources.
In "Globalization of the Local/Localization of the Global" author Amrita Basu argued that transnational women's movements have been less successful when mobilizing for economic issues and more effective when the basis for mobilization is sexual victimization and their claims are stated in terms of civil and political rights.
That´s correct since women is more vulnerable to this stress sexual situation than being argued for economic issues. Mainly in the third world.
Greta's child has facial deformities, a smaller than normal head, heart defects, lower intelligence, and delayed growth. If these defects can be traced to a teratogen used by Greta when she was pregnant, which was she most likely abusing?a) nicotineb) cocainec) alcohold) marijuana
Alcohol abuse: The term "alcohol abuse" is also referred to as "alcoholism" and is defined as the process in which an individual experiences a physical need of consuming alcohol instead of knowing that it can affect his or her life.
Alcohol intake while pregnancy may harm the developing fetus as it passes through the mother's blood to the fetus's blood and therefore damages as well as affects the fetus's calls. In this case, the spinal cord and the brain of the fetus are more prone to getting damaged.
In the question above, Greta was abusing alcohol.
imagine you are designing a research study that is examining developmental milestones in young children from a dynamic systems theory perspective. Which of the following sets of measures and variables would you want to collect
stimuli present in the home environment, cultural practices, and child factors such as attention
Note that the dynamic system theory perspective uses series of principles and tools to study change. Therefore, to examine the developmental milestones in young children from a dynamic systems theory perspective involves
1. knowing how emotions evolve in time or to identify patterns of change. (that is stimuli present in the home environment,)
2. considering the interaction of the differing emotions (as a results of cultural practices, and child factors such as attention ).
A group of American students switches places with a group of Egyptian students in a foreign exchange program. Students who were placed together in small groups with a host family expressed a higher prevalence of signs of culture shock than students placed alone in a family. This difference might be due to: A. group think.
C. group polarization.
D. cultural bias.
Answer: C. Group polarization.
Explanation: Group polarization can be explained as a collective behavior exhibited by a group such that a group of individuals are collectively inclined to employing an extreme or excessive attitude, action or behavior towards a particular subject than the original attitude, action or behavior of the individual member of such group.
The extremism in the action or attitude caused by group polarization may be in the form of the degree of being cautious or otherwise.
Group polarization holds that group actions is driven by how an individual's initial attitude has been strengthened after a group deliberation and determines the extremism in action exhibited by the group.
"Kendra and several classmates are studying for an upcoming exam. As they talk, the level of oxytocin in Kendra's bloodstream begins to rise. This is most likely to lead Kendra to experience increased feelings of social" psychology
..... This is most likely to lead Kendra to experience increased feelings of social convenient and acceptance through the group.
When the jury determined that the plaintiff had compensatory damages in the amount of $200,000 but would only be able to recover $160,000 of those damages, it was applying the legal theory of:
Damages in tort
Damages are remedies that are monetary which are paid to a claimant to compensate for a loss or injury. To get the reward, the claimant must reveal that a foreseeable loss is caused by breach of duty. To be approved at law, the loss must be due to physical or mental injury or damage to property.
Damages are either classified as compensatory or punitive damages. Compensatory damages are also categorized into special damages and general damages. Special damages are property damage, loss of earnings and medical expenses, and general damages damages such as suffering and pain.