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Learning and Cog

1) Why did Watson criticized Thorndikes consequences : not testable
2) Martin- effects of punishing boys for poor work w/ praise for good. Found- : punishment = more work, less enjoyment
3) To increase the chance that behavior will persist after R+ is terminated you should : Use intermittent R+ during training Reinforce behavior in variety of settings Gradually terminate the program
4) Skinner Thorndike Seligman : Rat Cat Dog
5) Operant Cond. There is contingency between response and consequence. This means- : the consequence is more likely if the response is made

Created on April 24, 2014
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6 times tables

1) What is : 6 X 1 = : The answer is: 6
2) What is : 6 X 2 = : The answer is: 12
3) What is : 6 X 3 = : The answer is: 18
4) What is : 6 X 4 = : The answer is: 24
5) What is : 6 X 5 = : The answer is: 30

Created on April 24, 2014
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Last four topics of unit 2 quiz
by Sami orhan
1) what are the four threats to an ICT system? : Employees, human error, viruses and spyware
2) whats a mean of control to a threat? : password, firewalls, data encryption
3) what is data encryption? : scrambling of data so it cannot be understood if it is intrecepted.
4) ways of protecting ICT systems : hardware measures, software measures, procedures
5) what is the computer misuse act? : unauthroised access to computer material.

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1) What is ICT? : The use of technology for the input, processing, storage and transfer of data and the output of information.
2) What is an ICT system? : Those where the output from the system goes directly to a human being or into another ICT system.
3) What are the 6 components of ICT systems? : People, data, procedures, software, hardware, information
4) Define: Input-process-output : Input is the capturing of data, process is converting the data into information and output is the information produced.
5) What are the main components of an ICT system? : Input devices e.g. keyboard, mouse Processors e.g. CPU Output devices e.g. printer, speaker, monitor Ports and cables e.g. parallel, serial, universal serial bus (USB) Storage devices e.g. hard drive, rewritable CD, memory stick.

Created on April 24, 2014
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Exam III

1) Response to cell density : Quorum sensing
2) A common type of autoinducer in gram negative bacteria including the acyl homoserine lactones and auto-inducer 2 : Quorum sensing
3) Gram positive bacteria generally use short peptides as autoinducers : Quorum sensing
4) These typically bind to activator proteins, which then activates transcription of specific genes : Quorum sensing
5) Lack of amino acids : The stringent response

Created on April 23, 2014
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Chapter 28: Immunity

1) Active ability to resist disease : Immunity
2) First line defense; built in immunity - non-specific. Kills or neutralizes pathogens. Develops within hours : Innate immunity
3) These recognize structural features shared by many pathogens. Recruits others and causes the activation of genes, forming antimicrobial proteins : Phagocytes
4) Specific immunity. Takes several days to develop. Second line defense. Targets specific strains of bacteria or viruses. Key cells here are lymphocytes, and antigen-lymphocyte intersections. : Adaptive immune system
5) These interactions turn on genes forming pathogen-specific proteins : Adaptive immune system

Created on April 23, 2014
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Midwest Chapter 8
For test that will be given Friday, April 24th
1) In the past, where would you have gone to see cowboys? : Dodge City, Kansas
2) What city is known as the "transportation hub"? : Chicago, Illinois
3) The Soo Locks are important to ships because the Great Lakes are different in : level.
4) Which city is known as the "Gateway to the West"? : St. Louis, Missouri
5) Which storms bring heavy snowfall and freezing winds to the Midwest? : blizzards.

Created on April 23, 2014
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Medieval Art

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Risk Management

1) Risk : A measure of the likelihood that something will be lost.
2) Pure Risk : a risk with a possibility of loss but no possibility of gain.
3) Speculative Risk : a risk that may result in either financial gain or financial loss
4) Risk Management : The process of measuring risk and findings ways to minimize or manage loss.
5) Insurance : a form of risk management that pools the premiums of a large group op people to cover the expenses of the smaller number within the group who suffers losses.

Created on April 23, 2014
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Chapter 4 Earth's Dynamic Surface
1) CONVERGENT BOUNDARY : Where two plates move toward each other
2) DIVERGENT BOUNDARY : Where two plates move away from each other
3) TRANSFORM BOUNDARY : Where two plates slide past each other
4) LITHOSPHERE : Includes the the crust and uppermost mantle
5) ASTHENOSPHERE : Bendable part of the mantle

Created on April 22, 2014
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week 22

1) Relinquish : to give up doing professing or intending to surrender give in
2) Surfeit : an overabundant amount especially over indulgence in eating and drinking
3) Grandiose : grand and impressive especially flashy and showy
4) Photogenic : Suitable especially attractive for photography
5) Marshal : to assemble together for the purpose of doing something, also an officer in the police or military

Created on April 21, 2014
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Social Studies
Chapter 11 Section 4
1) The Greeks believed that they could answer questions by using the power of what? : REASON - THE POWER TO THINK CLEARLY
2) The Greeks developed a system of reasoning known as? : LOGIC - A STEP-BY-STEP METHOD OF THINKING THROUGH A PROBLEM OR QUESTION
3) Socrates : A philosopher that lived in Athens - he would ask question after question to force his listeners to thing more clearly
4) What is the Socratic Method? : question and answer method of teaching
5) Who was accused of not believing in the gods that the city recognized and was accused of corrupting the young? : SOCRATES

Created on April 21, 2014
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