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In ------conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences
In ------conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences
In ________ conditioning, existing behavior is strengthened or weakened by changing the consequences.
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child devolpment
General Biology   malsafwani   14   Asked 2 hours ago
Slaves of the master concept
Slaves of the master concept
what is slaves of the master concept in corrections
Law and Politics   popppa   18   Asked 4 hours ago
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you ...
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you ...
Describe the basic classical conditioning model and use a personal example to show that you understand the following concepts: unconditioned stimulus, unconditioned response, conditioned stimulus, conditioned response, acquisition, extinction, and spontaneous recovery.
Psychology and Mental Health   Shinobi   21   Asked 5 hours ago
What is the underground economy? Why do some countries have larger underground economies than others
What is the underground economy? Why do some countries have larger underground economies than others
Please give examples for each question. Thank you for your help
Economics   YousifKiryakous   11   Asked 5 hours ago
Activities during Impulse Transmission along a Neuron
Activities during Impulse Transmission along a Neuron
Activities during Impulse Transmission along a Neuron

1.Diffusion of ions
2.Release of acetylcholine
3.Increase in the permeability of axon membrane
4.Release of cholinesterase
5. Conduction of impulse
6.Numerical Response:

After the dendrites of a neuron are stimulated, which sequence of activities occurs in the axon and the synapse?
General Biology   chelology   20   Asked 6 hours ago
Solve Pascal equation as a function of y
Solve Pascal equation as a function of y
Here is a Pascal equation that yields y as a function of the HighLowRange of the data over a number of days. 

Can you reverse the equation to yield the HighLowRange as a function of y ?

[code]Variable: y(0) ;

y = 0 ;

For days = 2 To 100 Begin 

y = y + ( SquareRoot(days) * Log( ( Average(HighLowRange(days), 50)
Algebra   moonwolf   15   Asked 2 days ago
The closure of a precapillary sphincter prevents blood flow to tissues from:
The closure of a precapillary sphincter prevents blood flow to tissues from:
The closure of a precapillary sphincter prevents blood flow to tissues from:
Anatomy and Physiology   mantababe   25   Asked 2 days ago
Which of the following stimulus will result in depolarization if the threshold level of a neuron is
Which of the following stimulus will result in depolarization if the threshold level of a neuron is
Which of the following stimulus will result in depolarization if the threshold level of a neuron is -72 mV ?
Select one:
a. -73 mV
b. -75 mV
c. - 100 mV
d. + 30 mV
General Biology   chelology   38   Asked 3 days ago
Because they can signal the presence and direction of food, some nonhuman primate call systems ma
Because they can signal the presence and direction of food, some nonhuman primate call systems ma
anth 2308
Anthropology   Evie5480   19   Asked 6 days ago
Claude Levi-Strauss developed structuralism to try to answer the question of why __________ around
Claude Levi-Strauss developed structuralism to try to answer the question of why __________ around
anth 2308
Anthropology   Evie5480   24   Asked 6 days ago
Most linguists take the position that the relationship between thought and language is __________.
Most linguists take the position that the relationship between thought and language is __________.
anth 2308
Anthropology   Evie5480   17   Asked 6 days ago
Cultural materialism is greatly influenced by __________.
Cultural materialism is greatly influenced by __________.
anth 2308
Anthropology   Evie5480   8   Asked 6 days ago
_________ understands society and culture to be derived from its economic foundation.
_________ understands society and culture to be derived from its economic foundation.
cultural anth 2308
Anthropology   Evie5480   8   Asked 6 days ago
Morgan proposed a __________ stages evolutionary scheme for all societies based on many comparative
Morgan proposed a __________ stages evolutionary scheme for all societies based on many comparative
cultural anthropology
Anthropology   Evie5480   8   Asked 6 days ago
Provide the phenotypes and genotypes of all individuals in the pedigree.
Provide the phenotypes and genotypes of all individuals in the pedigree.
Duchenne muscular dystrophy is an X-linked recessive trait. The following pedigree shows the occurrence of this disorder in an extended family.
Provide the phenotypes and genotypes of all individuals in the pedigree.

Enter phenotypes as affected or normal.

When entering the genotypes, use one of the following: XDXd, XdXd, XDXD, XdY, or XDY; where XD rep
Genetics and Developmental Biology   silverardo   32   Asked A week ago
Genotypes, parent dominat traits
Genotypes, parent dominat traits
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Use the following hypothetical information to answer the next two questions.
Eye colour in humans appears to be controlled by multiple alleles. The green allele and the brown allele are dominant to blue. Green eye colour is expressed only in the absence of a brown allele.
Red-green colour blindness is a sex-linked trait. Red-green colour blind
Genetics and Developmental Biology   silverardo   33   Asked A week ago
Suppose a state’s income tax code states that tax liability is 12% on the first $20,000 of taxable ...
Suppose a state’s income tax code states that tax liability is 12% on the first $20,000 of taxable ...
Suppose a state’s income tax code states that tax liability is 12% on the first $20,000 of taxable earnings and 16% on the remainder.  By hand, find constants a and b for the tax function
 
such that i)    and  ii)   is continuous at    Why is it important for these 2 conditions to hold?  Plot this piecewise function in Maple.
Calculus   Faisal93   29   Asked A week ago
Choose a function (other than linear or quadratic) and create the following 2 plots in Maple: a)a p
Choose a function (other than linear or quadratic) and create the following 2 plots in Maple: a)a p
Choose a function (other than linear or quadratic) and create the following 2 plots in Maple:
a)   a plot showing your function, as well as your function stretched by some factor and also shifted vertically.
b)   a plot showing your function, as well as your function shifted horizontally and also reflected about the y-axis.
Calculus   Faisal93   11   Asked A week ago
Find the relationship describing the volume (V) of a cube as a function of the length of the diagona
Find the relationship describing the volume (V) of a cube as a function of the length of the diagona
Find the relationship describing the volume (V) of a cube as a function of the length of the diagonal going through the cube (d).  You MUST show your work in finding this relationship (either by writing it out on paper, or typing it up in Maple).  Enter this as a function in Maple, and evaluate it for a diagonal length of d = 1.2.
Calculus   Bigdadyteel   15   Asked A week ago
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
What is a critical period? What is a sensitive period? Give examples to illustrate your answers.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   41   Asked 2 weeks ago
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
What is meant by a "social clock, and give an example.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   15   Asked 2 weeks ago
A developmental psychologist who employs an interactionist model to study human development would ...
A developmental psychologist who employs an interactionist model to study human development would ...
A developmental psychologist who employs an interactionist model to study human development would examine which aspects of an individual's development?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   58   Asked 2 weeks ago
What are the key features of the concept of it the interactionist of experience?
What are the key features of the concept of it the interactionist of experience?
What are the key features of the concept of it the interactionist of experience?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   15   Asked 2 weeks ago
What is the nature-nurture controversy? If developmental psychologists have moved away from ...
What is the nature-nurture controversy? If developmental psychologists have moved away from ...
What is the nature-nurture controversy? If developmental psychologists have moved away from either-or approaches to the question of the relative contributions of biology and environment to development, what perspectives or approaches currently offer insight into the nature-nurture question?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
Summarize the contributions made to developmental psychology by G. Stanley Hall, Sigmund Freud, and ...
Summarize the contributions made to developmental psychology by G. Stanley Hall, Sigmund Freud, and ...
Summarize the contributions made to developmental psychology by G. Stanley Hall, Sigmund Freud, and John Watson.
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   7   Asked 2 weeks ago
Briefly describe what a "baby biography" means, in the historical context of ...
Briefly describe what a "baby biography" means, in the historical context of ...
Briefly describe what  a "baby biography" means, in the historical context of developmental  theory.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   9   Asked 2 weeks ago
Briefly describe the historical roots of psychology in Canada. What role did World War II play in ...
Briefly describe the historical roots of psychology in Canada. What role did World War II play in ...
Briefly describe the historical roots of psychology in Canada. What role did World War II play in this process?
Developmental Psychology   kak2z   9   Asked 2 weeks ago
As a researcher, you are interested in studying the impact of mothers' behaviour in childhood upon ...
As a researcher, you are interested in studying the impact of mothers' behaviour in childhood upon ...
As a researcher, you are interested in studying the impact of mothers' behaviour in childhood upon their own children's psychosocial and health problems. Using the cross-sectional, longitudinal, and sequential design methodologies, describe how you could develop research projects to study this issue. What ethical issues would you need to consider as you develop your resear
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
Identify the four goals of developmental psychology and describe how developmental psychologists ...
Identify the four goals of developmental psychology and describe how developmental psychologists ...
Identify the four goals of developmental psychology and describe how developmental psychologists might use scientific methods to achieve each of the goals.
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
Consider the three basic categories of age-related change: 1)universal changes common to all human ...
Consider the three basic categories of age-related change: 1)universal changes common to all human ...
Consider the three basic categories of age-related change: 1)universal changes common to all human beings; 2) group-specific changes shared by members of a culture or a cohort; and 3)individual differences resulting from unique, non-shared experiences. Provide an illustrative example for each of these categories of change. Discuss which of these categories, in your opinion, is the m
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
What is a living will? Who should have a living will?
What is a living will? Who should have a living will?
What is a living will? Who should have a living will?
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   8   Asked 2 weeks ago
Differentiate between active and passive euthanasia. What are the key issues in the assisted suicide ...
Differentiate between active and passive euthanasia. What are the key issues in the assisted suicide ...
Differentiate between active and passive euthanasia. What are the key issues in the assisted suicide debate?
Developmental Psychology   kak2z   9   Asked 2 weeks ago
What is pathological grief? How does culture influence the expression of grief? How can long-term ...
What is pathological grief? How does culture influence the expression of grief? How can long-term ...
What is pathological grief? How does culture influence the expression of grief?  How can long-term problems with grief be prevented?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   11   Asked 2 weeks ago
What purposes are served by funerals and other death rituals?
What purposes are served by funerals and other death rituals?
What purposes are served by funerals and other death rituals?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
Discuss the role that religion can play with respect to people's attitudes towards death.
Discuss the role that religion can play with respect to people's attitudes towards death.
Discuss the role that religion can play with respect to people's attitudes towards death.
Developmental Psychology   kak2z   12   Asked 2 weeks ago
Explain how an understanding of the meaning of death develops through the lifespan. What ...
Explain how an understanding of the meaning of death develops through the lifespan. What ...
Explain how an understanding of the meaning of death develops through the lifespan. What characteristics typify the meaning of death at each stage of the lifespan from childhood to adulthood?
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
What are the essential differences between traditional hospital care and hospice care. Which do you ...
What are the essential differences between traditional hospital care and hospice care. Which do you ...
What are the essential differences between traditional hospital care and hospice care.  Which do you feel is better and why?
Developmental Psychology   kak2z   10   Asked 2 weeks ago
Differentiate between brain death and clinical death. In which circumstance does organ donation ...
Differentiate between brain death and clinical death. In which circumstance does organ donation ...
Differentiate between brain death and clinical death. In which circumstance does organ donation occur?
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   7   Asked 2 weeks ago
How does the experience of widowhood affect the survivors' physical and mental health? Compare ...
How does the experience of widowhood affect the survivors' physical and mental health? Compare ...
How does the experience of widowhood affect the survivors' physical and mental health? Compare women's and men's experiences of widowhood. How does culture affect the experience of widowhood?
Developmental Psychology   ceekay27   8   Asked 2 weeks ago
Summarize and give examples to illustrate the stages of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's model for the ...
Summarize and give examples to illustrate the stages of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's model for the ...
Summarize and give examples to illustrate the stages of Elisabeth Kübler-Ross's model for the psychological stages of dying. Summarize the criticisms of this model. How has Kübler-Ross's model been helpful to those who work with terminally ill people?
Developmental Psychology   Jorin   7   Asked 2 weeks ago