Response to “The Mighty Big Love Test” In “The Mighty Big Love Test”, Suzanne Roberts writes about her one hundred fifty mile kayaking trip with her boyfriend. She describes the trip as a relationship test. Throughout the trip she seems to be very unconfident and she feels embarrassed for her lack of experience with kayaking in the ocean. Her boyfriend was very experienced because he had been a kayaking instructor before. I found this passage very interesting. I’ve been sea kayaking before but I’ve only been a couple of miles out. It would take full determination and will power to be able to kayak twenty miles a day. I thought it was funny how Suzanne continued to freak out when she saw the shark even though her boyfriend told her that it was a nurse shark. Throughout the whole journey the boyfriend had total composure and control over each tough situation and Suzanne just had to do what he did. I was very surprised when Suzanne’s boyfriend told her to hit a person over the head with her paddle if they tried to grab on to her boat. It made sense but there’s no way that she would have done it. Suzannes “practical” boyfriend showed her that he loved her when he offered her his hat. It seems like it would be any girls worst nightmare to have to do that in front of her boyfriend. I was happy that Suzanne was able to hold it and go behind a palm tree because I would’ve been embarrassed for her if she wasn’t able to. It’s funny because the story starts out with Suzanne…
Cinematic language also utilizes metaphors. What is a metaphor? It is similar to a symbol, but it uses something familiar to explain something that might be more complex. For example, "Love is a rose" is a metaphor using a simple object like a rose to explain the complicated concept of love. Directors and cinematographers use metaphor to create mood and further a story. A good example is in The Shining when Jack is writing feverishly at the typewriter, but later we see through Wendy's…
data set? Measure of variation within a group
11. What is meant by “probability” in the context of a statistical test? Due to chance alone
12. Why is replication / sufficient sample size necessary in an experiment? To account for natural variation in population
13. Basic structure of statistical test: null hypothesis: assumption that two groups are the same
14. test statistic ( t (Ttest), F: ANOVA, etc.): measure of magnitude of variation btwn groups
15. probability (p-value):…
The Rorschach inkblot test is used to examine the personality characteristics and emotional functioning of a person, diagnosing underlying thought disorder and differentiating psychotic from nonpsychotic thinking. The person being tested is given a series of 10 inkblots and asked to relate what he/she sees. Based on the answers given the psychologist creates a psychological profile of the individual.
The validity of this test is questionable. With the exception to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder…
and how each effect environment
* Normative Approach: 2000 infants & their parents and measured everything; made averages of when things should happen (“normalized” child development)
* Mental Testing Movement (IQ test)
* Simon Binet—tried to find a way to test children for retardation in France
* Consistent & good predictors of academic achievement but not for retardation
* Contemporary Applied Directions:
* Health and well-being: e.g. child exposed to cigarette…
agreement to SPK – incentives and bonuses
- collective bargaining agreement
terms of employment btw union and employer – mandatory topics include minimum wages, permitted hours, working conditions; uniform players contracts are nearly uniform in the Big Four
- standard player contract
professional services – non assignable
boilerplate as a result of CBA
negotiable issues – term, salary, bonuses
- endorsement contracts
increase sales or market share of products by featuring athlete in advertising…
The Scarlet Letter Test
1) Hester must wear the letter “A” on her clothing for the rest of her life. She also has to stand on a scaffold for 3 hours where the entire town can see her.
b. Some women of the town think that the magistrates were too easy on her and that she should’ve been killed, hot branded on her forehead, and another suggested pity.
2) In the first scaffold scene Dimmesdale shares her platform but not Hester’s humiliation.
b. Dimmesdale asks Hester to tell the name of the…
PSYCHOLOGY UNIT TEST REVIEW
a. hard to define, expressed by people everywhere the same
b. emotions have 3 major components
1. cognitive: mental state of emotion consciousness of how we feel
2. physical: muscle movements (heart rate, breathing, etc.)
3. behavior: how emotions affect our actions
c. how emotions help us evolve
1. fear: allowed us to escape danger more quickly
2. love: allowed us to form enduring bonds to strengthen community
3. joy: created a scene of safety…
STUDY GUIDE FOR TEST #2:
STREP THROAT-Acute Pharyngitis is caused by strep throat. 80% is viral. Tonsils and pharynx may be inflamed-this can appear by day 2.
The child can go back to school 24hrs after medications with bacterial.
Symptoms: Headache, fever, abdominal pain (especially in small children).
For bacterial strep: Oral penicillin’s, and other antibiotics.
Viral: Treat the pain and fever: Tylenol, ibuprofen.
Complications: Rheumatic fever and acute glumerulonphintis. Heart and Kidneys…
Types of Assessment Tests
1) Develop a chart (matrix) of 1000−1,250 words that compares and contrasts the different types of assessments, the characteristics of each, and for what situations each is best suited. It should address the following:
a) How is each type of assessment scored?
b) Discuss the value and limitations of each test in determining knowledge and
c) Analyze each instrument for reliability and validity.
2) APA format is not required, but solid academic writing…