Men and women are genetically made different. With those differences, men and women have their own mating instincts that are gender-specific that have essentially evolved causing both men and woman to be successful when it comes to reproduction. Men and women may both view love differently. The researchers of the relationship study were testing the hypothesis that “women and men would differ in what they wanted and/or received from their romantic partners.” The researchers had the following five hypotheses to test: 1.) Women’s desire scores on the DLBS will be significantly higher than men’s, while men’s scores on the sex subscale would be higher. 2.) Women’s received scores on the DLBS test would be lower than men’s, and men’s scores on the sex subscale would be lower. 3.) Women’s desire-received discrepancy scores on the DLBS would be higher than men’s scores. 4.) Discrepancy scores on the DLBS test will predict satisfaction in romantic relationships for both genders. 5.) Gender differences would be mediated by gender-role identity (Perrin 2011). In order to conduct their research, the researchers picked undergraduates from a large university to participate in their study. The students were diverse in gender, ethnicity, and marital status. Almost half of the class was involved in a romantic relationship; however, none of the students were married or cohabitating with a partner. Students that had never been in a relationship did not have the option to participate. There were three different studies conducted by the researchers. The first study focused on how men and woman “differently rate the importance of sex, relationship support, scripting, and caring actions” in their romantic relationships. The participants were given a test with the instructions “What do you want your partner to DO or SAY to make you feel loved?” Each question had a five point scale. The independent variable was the gender of the participants. The dependent variables in this study were the four subscale desire scours of the DLBS (Desired Loving Behaviors Scale) testing. This study did not apply full support to the hypothesis that women’s scores would be higher than men’s and that men’s scores would be higher on the Sex subscale. Gender differences were only proven on the subscale of relationship support in which women tested higher (Perrin 2011). In the second study, the participants were to respond to two versions of the DLBS to find out what behaviors the participants “desired from their romantic partners in order to feel loved,” and “what behaviors and actions participants actually received from their partners in order to feel loved.” The independent variable was the gender of the participants. The dependent variables were the desired subscale scores, received subscale scores, and the discrepancy subscale scores. The first hypothesis “that women and men would differ slightly on the desire subscale, received more support” in the second study than in the first study. The second hypothesis support showed no significant differences of the genders, “failing to support the notion that women are more generous in romantic relationships than men.” However the third hypothesis revealed a significant gender effect that…
The Mars Exploration Program
June 8th, 2012
1086 Origin and Geology of the Solar System
Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction 2
2.0 Mars Basics 3
2.1 Geology of Mars 3
2.2 Atmosphere on Mars 3
2.3 Water on Mars? 6
2.4 Natural Satellites 6
3.0 The Mars Exploration Mission 7
4.0 Rover Data To-Date 8
5.0 Conclusions 8
6.0 References 10
The Hamster Left on Mars
It was beautiful July day in 1976 when the Viking Lander was set to take off into space. Astronaut “Buck” Anderson was scheduled to join the other space explorers on their journey to the fourth planet from the sun, Mars.
“Are you ready for the most thrilling experience of your life?” Astronaut Michael asked little Buck, rhetorically. But of course, Buck cannot reply, because he is a hamster. And hamsters do not speak, only squeak.
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What Colour is the Sky on Mars?
Richard Hoagland states that when Viking Landed on
Mars, the initial pictures showing a Grey/Bluish…
The article that I came across discusses the success of the team from NASA that led the Mars Curiosity project. The project had been in development for nearly 10 years and was completed within 1 minute of the estimated finish time (King, 2012). The article outlines a few of the initial issues that the team had to overcome including the average success rate of a Mars mission and the average success of software projects. The team is an example of a virtual and cross-functional team. There…
The red planet
As one travels through space, they would pass many planets in our solar system. Gas giants, to planets with atmospheres and then to our own planet that houses billions of humans. But, there seems to be one planet that, in my opinion, is the most interesting and this would be Earth’s own neighbor. It has the ability to our second home, a planet that long ago could have been just like Earth with running water and blue skies. This planet is Mars, not yet visited personally…
All The King’s Men Summer Assignment
Passage 1 Outline
1. Warren constructs the narrator’s tone of detached loneliness through the description of the passing countryside.
a. The switch from first-person to second-person pronouns in the final two paragraphs enhances the tone of detached loneliness by suggesting that Jack Burden does not want to feel the emotions he is experiencing. Instead, he pretends that the reader is the one involved in the scene.
i. “The local I rode…”
ii. “I watched the…
decides to serve.’ For Mars, Incorporated the target market for any of its candy products is anyone who likes chocolate. However, Mars will implement market segmentation for the new sugar-free M&M’s the company is preparing to market. Market segmentation is an approach that divides the larger market into subcategories of consumers with common needs and characteristics. These subgroups may require different marketing strategies (Armstrong & Kotler, 2009). The target market for Mars, Incorporated for the…
Water and Life on Mars
Mars perhaps first caught public interest in the late 1870s, when Italian astronomer Giovanni Schiaparelli reported using a telescope to observe canali, or channels, on Mars. By the turn of the century, popular songs told of sending messages between Earth and Mars by means of huge signal mirrors. On a darker side, H.G. Wells' 1898 novel The War of the Worlds portrayed an invasion of Earth by technologically superior Martians desperate for water. (1) In the early 1900s…
Men are from Mars; Women are from Venus – John Gray, Ph.D.
The main message in the book, Men are from Mars; Women are from Venus, is that men and women are so different in many ways that they might as well be from different planets. Men and women seem to fail to communicate with each other on how to understand how each other loves and expects to be loved, and that is the reason for relationship and marriage conflict.
Men and women communicate in very different ways. Men want to see…
Men are from Mars and women are from Venus is a very popular book by John Gray that suggest that men and women are so different that they might as well come from different planets. I believe that men and women are different because of our biological make-up that makes us think differently and view things in different aspects. However, I do believe that we are all human beings, and I don’t mean that in a philosophical way but in the way that as humans we all have the same needs. I think that social…