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Chemistry 2
If 1.0 mL of an unknown liquid was added to a flask instead of 6mL, would that change the calculated molar mass of the unknown liquid?
June 24, 2013

Chemistry 2
If 1.0 mL of an unknown liquid was added to a flask instead of 6mL, would that change the calculated molar mass of the unknown liquid?
June 24, 2013

Chemistry 2
If 1.0 mL of an unknown liquid was added to a flask instead of 6mL, would that change the calculated molar mass of the unknown liquid?
June 24, 2013

Psychology
My answer was correct the 1st time it was A . it is not C
June 24, 2013

Psychology
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. C
June 24, 2013

Psychology- HELP!!!!
thanks
June 21, 2013

Psychology- HELP!!!!
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. A
June 21, 2013

Psychology
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June 21, 2013

Psychology
Donnie was on the verge of experiencing road rage. The teenagers in front of him were reckless and disrespectful. Suddenly he realized that one of the boys was his brother and he began to laugh. Donnie's emotional response is best explained by: A. the James-Lange Theory of...
June 21, 2013

Psychology
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. A
June 21, 2013

Psychology
When applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs it is important to understand which of the following? A. Lower level needs must often be met before higher levels can be considered. B. Lower level needs can be inserted at any point. C. Self-actualization is seldom approached by ...
June 20, 2013

Psychology
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. A
June 20, 2013

Psychology
Donnie was on the verge of experiencing road rage. The teenagers in front of him were reckless and disrespectful. Suddenly he realized that one of the boys was his brother and he began to laugh. Donnie's emotional response is best explained by: A. the James-Lange Theory of...
June 20, 2013

Psychology
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. A
June 19, 2013

Psychology
Donnie was on the verge of experiencing road rage. The teenagers in front of him were reckless and disrespectful. Suddenly he realized that one of the boys was his brother and he began to laugh. Donnie's emotional response is best explained by: A. the James-Lange Theory of...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
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June 19, 2013

Psychology
When applying Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs it is important to understand which of the following? A. Lower level needs must often be met before higher levels can be considered. B. Lower level needs can be inserted at any point. C. Self-actualization is seldom approached by ...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
Sandra is not really good at painting and drawing, but she loves to spend her spare time "dabbling" as she calls it. If her products are not successful according to aesthetic standards, why does she continue to draw and paint? A. She is attempting to reduce a primary...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
B
June 19, 2013

Psychology
Expectation plays an important role in: A. cognitive approaches to motivation. B. drive-reduction approaches to motivation. C. incentive approaches to motivation. D. arousal approaches to motivation. D
June 19, 2013

Psychology
Some children require a "carrot on a stick" to get them to clean their room, behave well in public places, or make good grades. This suggests that: A. the incentive approach pulls the child toward the goal. B. the drive-reduction approach guides the child to re-...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
"I just can't make myself study ahead for a test. I work better under pressure. Perhaps it is the fear associated with waiting until the last minute that gets me going." This approach to motivation is best explained by: A. incentive approaches. B. drive-reduction...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
If motivation consists only of drive-reduction, what is the perfect state of a human being? A. Competitive, hard driving B. Not hungry, thirsty, no pain, absence of fear, basically a coach potato C. Constant change, always re-establishing homeostasis D. Gradual movement from ...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
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June 19, 2013

Psychology
Sexual arousal in human beings is different from that of animals. It is clear that human sexual arousal can occur: A. only as the result of specific hormone changes. B. only during female ovulation. C. frequently in males, but seldom in females. D. as the result of many ...
June 19, 2013

Psychology
Verbal skills and muscular coordination have been observed to improve in women when: A. estrogen levels are relatively high. B. they are exposed to experiences requiring high level skills. C. pressure to perform is reduced. D. calcium levels are increased. A
June 19, 2013

Psychology
The testing company has hired qualified people in the field to administer the new test bank to subjects of different ages and ethnic backgrounds. They need a sizable number of scores from inner city, urban, and country/small town subjects. Their goal is to gather sufficient ...
June 6, 2013

Psychology
One of the arguments against inherited racial differences in intelligence is based on data that shows: A. a college education reduces the gap between the IQ scores of white and black races. B. nutrition reduces the gap. C. scores for black test takers improve as they mature. D...
June 6, 2013

Psychology
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June 6, 2013

Psychology
In their book The Bell Curve, Murray and Herrnstein supported their claim of intelligence differences between races as attributable to: A. the effect of environment on the development of intelligence. B. the extent to which intelligence is inherited. C. the lack of validity of...
June 6, 2013

Psychology
Nisa has grown up in a small village in the foothills. There was no electricity and water had to be hand pumped. They seldom saw people from the "outside." When she entered school the bus had to pick her up at 6:30 am in order for her to arrive at school by 8:30 am. ...
June 6, 2013

Psychology
The experimental rats were being raised in separate environments. One group lived in the traditional cage in a quiet, but well lighted room. They were supplied with plenty of food and water. The second group inhabited "Rat Disney Land." There were colorful toys, ...
June 6, 2013

Psychology
If the prototype is block or ball, the concept is: A. construction. B. toy. C. child. D. play. I think it is Toy ( B)
June 6, 2013

psychology
Hello, can anyone help me with two questions. How did the perspectives of empiricism and structuralism lead to the development of American functionalism? Does American functionalism differ significantly from its European heritage.
May 23, 2013

psychology
Hello I have a question. Is there a place for Gestalt psychology in current psychological research and application.
May 23, 2013

Health Accounting and Bills
I am manager of a variable hospital department and I must explain to the vice president why the salaries are higher, and the supplies are lower than the budget called for
May 21, 2013

Psychology
Speed!!!! thanks
May 21, 2013

Psychology
me too
May 21, 2013

Psychology
Monique cannot seem to sit still, talks rapidly, and never seems to get tired at the end of the day. Her friends suspect that she is taking: A. cocaine. B. Rohypnol. C. LSD. D. speed. im guessing it could be cocaine or LSD
May 21, 2013

Psychology
B. a change in the electrical activity of the brain in hypnosis
May 21, 2013

Psychology
A physiological support of hypnosis as a different state of consciousness is: A. rapid eye movement initiated when a person is hypnotized. B. a change in the electrical activity of the brain in hypnosis. C. the sense of time removed. D. reaction time slows down A. rapid eye ...
May 21, 2013

Psychology
Monique cannot seem to sit still, talks rapidly, and never seems to get tired at the end of the day. Her friends suspect that she is taking: A. cocaine. B. Rohypnol. C. LSD. D. speed. cocaine
May 20, 2013

Psychology
C. biological or psychological dependence on taking the drug develops.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Drug addiction occurs when: A. an individual will lie about taking a drug. B. a drug no longer causes a person to get high, but they take it again. C. biological or psychological dependence on taking the drug develops. D. a person can be without the drug no longer than five days.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Bryan was edgy and seemed to lose his temper at the drop of a hat. His sister suggested that he would benefit by practicing an altered state of consciousness. He was surprised to hear his sister suggest that he should take drugs, but was soon corrected when she explained that ...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
A. reducing the activity level.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Meditation results in an altered state of consciousness by: A. reducing the activity level. B. lowering the heart rate. C. decreasing the use of oxygen. D. refocusing attention.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
they have not lost their own will and will not perform antisocial or self-destructive acts.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Although someone who is hypnotized may be compliant and susceptible to suggestion, it is clear that: A. they are pretending and know exactly what they are doing. B. they will be able to recall the directions and events which took place after they return to a fully conscious ...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
B. spend more time in REM sleep than she normally does
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Avis put off writing her term paper until three days before it was due. "It's not that big of a deal. I can whip it out in a couple of hours," she thought. As it turned out, this was not the case. She averaged two hours a night sleep as she struggled to write the...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Barry knew Alice was tired, but he was surprised that the argument between their three-year-old twin boys did not awaken her. She had not been asleep very long and occasionally changed her position, but did not wake. Alice is probably in: A. stage 2 sleep. B. stage 3 sleep. C...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
B. the relationship between mood and sleep
May 20, 2013

Psychology
As a scientist, Carl is concerned with the intensity of lights in the modern human environment. In his research project, Group A consists of volunteers who have agreed to sleep each night for a week with a 150 watt light bulb hanging over their bed. Group B will sleep in total...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
A. perception has taken place.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
When physical energy has resulted in a response in a sense organ, it is clear that: A. perception has taken place. B. the activation is the result of stimulus. C. the brain has interpreted the event. D. a single isolated sense is now perceiving the event.
May 20, 2013

Psychology
n a classroom experiment, students were asked to place one paper clip in each hand. They were then instructed to add paper clips to the left hand until they were certain that the clips in the left hand weighed more than the paper clips in the right hand. The class average was ...
May 20, 2013

Psychology
Sound which impinges on the inner ear and the auditory nerve arrives as a fairly meaningless stimulus. At this point, it should be viewed as: A. perception. B. sensation. C. an auditory stimulus item. D. free of environmental noise. I think it is perception
May 20, 2013

physics
An electron is accelerated from rest by a uniform electric field of 3310V/M that is vertically pointing up, if the electron is traveling 6200000m/s how far (m) has it traveled in the electric field?
May 20, 2013

physics
a pair of parallel plates is charge by a 30.3V battery, if the field between the plates is 1050N/C how far apart are the plates? answer in meters
May 19, 2013

physics
If the electrical field due to a point charge is .000602N/C what is the magnitude of the field (N/C)3.51 times as far away?
May 19, 2013

Business Math
325x + 385(385 - x)= 12575 -325x + 13,475 - 385x = 12575 - 13,475 -325 = -13475 60x = 900 60x/60 = 900/60 x = 15
May 11, 2013

Psychology
A physiological support of hypnosis as a different state of consciousness is: (Points: 5) rapid eye movement initiated when a person is hypnotized. a change in the electrical activity of the brain in hypnosis. the sense of time removed. reaction time slows down. I believe it ...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
Although someone who is hypnotized may be compliant and susceptible to suggestion, it is clear that: (Points: 5) they are pretending and know exactly what they are doing. they will be able to recall the directions and events which took place after they return to a fully ...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
Barry knew Alice was tired, but he was surprised that the argument between their three-year-old twin boys did not awaken her. She had not been asleep very long and occasionally changed her position, but did not wake. Alice is probably in: (Points: 5) stage 2 sleep. stage 3 ...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
When physical energy has resulted in a response in a sense organ, it is clear that: (Points: 5) perception has taken place. the activation is the result of stimulus. the brain has interpreted the event. a single isolated sense is now perceiving the event. I believe it is the ...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
As a scientist, Carl is concerned with the intensity of lights in the modern human environment. In his research project, Group A consists of volunteers who have agreed to sleep each night for a week with a 150 watt light bulb hanging over their bed. Group B will sleep in total...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
n a classroom experiment, students were asked to place one paper clip in each hand. They were then instructed to add paper clips to the left hand until they were certain that the clips in the left hand weighed more than the paper clips in the right hand. The class average was ...
May 10, 2013

Psychology
Barry knew Alice was tired, but he was surprised that the argument between their three-year-old twin boys did not awaken her. She had not been asleep very long and occasionally changed her position, but did not wake. Alice is probably in: (Points: 5) stage 2 sleep. stage 3 ...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
Although someone who is hypnotized may be compliant and susceptible to suggestion, it is clear that: (Points: 5) they are pretending and know exactly what they are doing. they will be able to recall the directions and events which took place after they return to a fully ...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
A physiological support of hypnosis as a different state of consciousness is: (Points: 5) rapid eye movement initiated when a person is hypnotized. a change in the electrical activity of the brain in hypnosis. the sense of time removed. reaction time slows down. I believe it ...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
In a classroom experiment, students were asked to place one paper clip in each hand. They were then instructed to add paper clips to the left hand until they were certain that the clips in the left hand weighed more than the paper clips in the right hand. The class average was...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
As a scientist, Carl is concerned with the intensity of lights in the modern human environment. In his research project, Group A consists of volunteers who have agreed to sleep each night for a week with a 150 watt light bulb hanging over their bed. Group B will sleep in ...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
When physical energy has resulted in a response in a sense organ, it is clear that: (Points: 5) perception has taken place. the activation is the result of stimulus. the brain has interpreted the event. a single isolated sense is now perceiving the event. I believe it is the ...
May 8, 2013

Psychology
Sound which impinges on the inner ear and the auditory nerve arrives as a fairly meaningless stimulus. At this point, it should be viewed as: (Points: 5) perception. sensation. an auditory stimulus item. free of environmental noise. I believe it is Perception
May 8, 2013

social studies
Respond to the following in a complete sentence: Why do you think some Framers of the Constitution insisted on including a Bill of Rights? can you please help me on this
May 1, 2013

chemistry university
In this experiment you will be placing solid CO2 into a 10 ml tube. The tubes are not completely gas-tight, but what if they were? What would be the pressure inside the tube in atm, after all the dry ice had vapourised, if 3.72 g of solid CO2 was originally added and the tube ...
April 30, 2013

borrowing in subtraction
How is the term borrowing in subtraction confusing for children to learn?
April 27, 2013

Math-Borrow
Explain the term "borrow". Describe the situation in which it is used. Describe the confusion that may result from its use. Offer an alternative term and explain how this term would be less confusing to students.
April 27, 2013

math probablity- Respond as soon as possible
Assume a family is planning to have three children. 1. Why do probabilities centered around this scenario represent the same probabilities as those for flipping three coins
April 26, 2013

math probablity
Assume a family is planning to have three children. A. What is is the probablity of a family having 2 girls. B. The probablity of a family having at least 1 boy. C. List the sample space using a B for Boy and G for girl (Hint there should be 8 possible outcomes). ??????
April 26, 2013

Help????????????????????/
Assume a family is planning to have three children. A. What is is the probablity of a family having 2 girls. B. The probablity of a family having at least 1 boy. C. List the sample space using a B for Boy and G for girl (Hint there should be 8 possible outcomes).
April 26, 2013

Math-probablity
Assume a family is planning to have three children. A. What is is the probablity of a family having 2 girls. B. The probablity of a family having at least 1 boy. C. List the sample space using a B for Boy and G for girl (Hint there should be 8 possible outcomes).
April 26, 2013

math
Explain mentally which fraction would be the larger. Use two different types of thinking for each problem. A. 4/5 or 8/9 B. 3/5 or 3/8
April 26, 2013

MATH
If you flip a coin 9 times and get 9 heads the probability of getting a head on the next toss would be 1/2. Explain how it is 1/2.
April 25, 2013

philosophy
I am to identify some of the features and values you associate with a just society. I want to write about affordable healthcare. Do you all think that this is a good topic. And how would I begin. I was thinking about addressing in terms of the Affordable Health Care Act. What ...
April 25, 2013

philosophy
Hello I am to write a three page paper that identifies a current event or a contemporary social issue that involves ethical values.I have chosen to write about abortion. For my pro choice argument I have chosen existentialism. And for the pro-life argument I have chosen the ...
April 22, 2013

Algebra
-2x+1>7
April 20, 2013

math
Flying to Seoul with a tailwind a plane averaged 343 mph. On the return trip the plane only averaged 307 mph while flying back into the same wind. Find the speed of the plane in still air and the speed of the wind.
April 17, 2013

Math
A piece of wire 64 cm long is bent to form a rhombus.What is the length of each side of the rhombus
April 16, 2013

Math/ Calculus
Given an initial guess of x1 = 1, use the Newton-Raphson Method to fi nd the second approximation x = x2 of the solution of the equation: sqrt(x+3)=x
April 16, 2013

Math/ Calculus Help1
Thank you Steve, However, I still don't get your instructions for b) and c)
April 16, 2013

chemistry university
is it 102 mg rounded to 3 significant figures.
April 15, 2013

chemistry university
A 179 mL solution of a copper complex with a molecular weight of 491.9 g mol-1 was made. The absorbance of the solution at 638 nm wavelength was 0.376 using a 1 cm cuvette. It is known that this copper complex has a molar absorptivity (extinction coefficient) of 324.4 M-1 cm-1...
April 15, 2013

philosphy
I am to draft a six to eight page paper based upon a life changing decision that I or someone in my community had to make. I am considering writing about returning back to school but I am stuck on how to get started. Can someone please help.
April 14, 2013

Psychology
__________ serve as the cytoskeleton of the brain. They support the function of neurons by insulating, repairing, and nourishing them. A. Glial cells B. Dendrites C. Axons D. Cell bodies i say it A
April 12, 2013

Psychology
Dr. Lange is a developmental psychologist. He specialized in cognitive development during the period of infancy. Like most psychologists who focus on specific periods of development, his studies: A. emphasize the chemical changes in the synaptic gap. B. study the credibility ...
April 12, 2013

Psychology
Four weeks from conception, cell division: A. begins to slow down. B. has resulted in an embryo which is 10,000 times larges than the zygote. C. creates a zygote. D. moves to the fetal period. I believe it is B
April 12, 2013

Psychology
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April 12, 2013

Psychology
Danette knows she is not at all like her parents. She could never be like them. She is her own unique person. Her style of dress, mannerisms, and language emphasize her uniqueness. According to Erkison, Danette is attempting to establish: A. permanence. B. generativity. C. ...
April 12, 2013

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