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PSY 301 ASH (NEW)
PSY 301 ASH (NEW)
1) PSY 301 ASH Complete Class NEW : PSY 301 ASH Complete Class NEW PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 1 Social Psychology PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 2 The Acting Self PSY 301 Week 2 Assignment Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Discrimination PSY 301 Week 2 DQ 1 Attitude and Behavior PSY 301 Week 2 DQ 2 Attributions http://www.uopmaterials.com/psy-301-ash/PSY-301-ASH-Complete-Class-NEW
2) PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 1 Social Psychology ASH : PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 1 Social Psychology ASH Discuss the history of social psychology and describe the critical role this field of study has played in helping us to understand the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of individuals throughout its evolution. http://www.uopmaterials.com/psy-301-ash/psy-301-week-1-dq-1-social-psychology
3) PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 2 The Acting Self : PSY 301 Week 1 DQ 2 The Acting Self As Feenstra (2011) states in your textbook: “Social psychologists are interested in who we are. Our sense of self is affected by what we know about the self and by the people around us. The self is a powerful force. http://www.uopmaterials.com/psy-301-ash/psy-301-week-1-dq-2-the-acting-self
4) PSY 301 Week 2 Assignment Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Discrimination : PSY 301 Week 2 Assignment Prejudice, Stereotypes, and Discrimination http://www.uopmaterials.com/psy-301-ash/psy-301-week-2-assignment-prejudice,-stereotypes,-and-discrimination
5) PSY 301 Week 2 DQ 1 Attitude and Behavior : PSY 301 Week 2 DQ 1 Attitude and Behavior Reflect on the relationship between personal attitudes and resulting behaviors, using the Theory of Planned Behavior, Cognitive Dissonance Theory, and Self-Perception Theory as your references. http://www.uopmaterials.com/psy-301-ash/psy-301-week-2-dq-1-attitude-and-behavior

Created on July 30, 2015
# of questions: 15

SOC 402 (ASH)
SOC 402 (ASH)
1) SOC 402 Complete Class ASH : SOC 402 Complete Class ASH SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 1 SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 2 SOC 402 Week 1 Quiz SOC 402 Week 2 DQ 1 SOC 402 Week 2 DQ 2 SOC 402 Week 2 Quiz SOC 402 Week 2 Sexual Deviance http://www.uopmaterials.com/SOC-402-ASH/sOC-402-Complete-Class-Guide
2) SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 1 : SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 1 Summarize your views on how a specific contemporary social problem is having an impact on your workplace or on workplaces known to you. http://www.uopmaterials.com/SOC-402-ASH/SOC-402-Week-1-DQ-1
3) SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 2 : SOC 402 Week 1 DQ 2 In what ways do group norms affect patterns of alcohol and drug use? How does the use of these substances affect the workplace and employment patterns? http://www.uopmaterials.com/SOC-402-ASH/SOC-402-Week-1-DQ-2
4) SOC 402 Week 1 Quiz : SOC 402 Week 1 Quiz 1. The nation’s most serious health problem is ________. breast cancer AIDS ovarian cancer abuse of alcohol http://www.uopmaterials.com/SOC-402-ASH/SOC-402-Week-1-Quiz
5) SOC 402 Week 2 Assignment Sexual Deviance : SOC 402 Week 2 Assignment Sexual Deviance http://www.uopmaterials.com/SOC-402-ASH/SOC-402-Week-2-Assignment-Sexual-Deviance

Created on July 30, 2015
# of questions: 18

Joseph's dreams
Questions about Joseph's dreams while in jail.
1) Where was Joseph when he interpreted his friends dream? : Prison
2) Who gave Joseph the ability to interpret dreams? : God
3) What did the cupbearer dream about? : A vine with three branches that had ripe grapes on it.
4) What did the baker dream about? : Three baskets on his head. Birds were eating out of the top basket.
5) What did the cupbearer's dream mean? : In three days he was going to be able to work for Pharoh again.

Created on July 29, 2015
# of questions: 11

Joseph's dreams
Questions about Joseph's dreams while in jail.
1) Where was Joseph when he interpreted his friends dream? : Prison
2) Who gave Joseph the ability to interpret dreams? : God
3) What did the cupbearer dream about? : A vine with three branches that had ripe grapes on it.
4) What did the baker dream about? : Three baskets on his head. Birds were eating out of the top basket.
5) What did the cupbearer's dream mean? : In three days he was going to be able to work for Pharoh again.

Created on July 29, 2015
# of questions: 11

Flashcard Set (7/29/2015)

1) harbor at l'orient : 1869
2) young woman at a window : 1869
3) the cradle : 1872
4) on the balcony : 1871-2
5) wonman hanging out the wash : 1881 (degas women ironing)

Created on July 29, 2015
# of questions: 42

appendix C

1) Olfactory : I
2) Optic : II
3) Oculomotor : III
4) trochlear : IV
5) trigeminal : V

Created on July 28, 2015
# of questions: 12

Gross Exam 1

1) the contractile apparatus of the muscle fibers : myofibrils
2) formed from longitudinally oriented bundles of thick and thin filaments : myofilaments
3) the light areas (thin) : I-bands
4) the dark areas (thick) : A-bands
5) the light areas in the middle of each dark band : H-band

Created on July 27, 2015
# of questions: 13

CAUSES OF THE GREAT WAR

1) MILITARISM : BLA BLA BLA

Created on July 27, 2015
# of questions: 1

Cell Physiology Exam 1

1) Have a nucleus : eukaryote
2) have membrane - bound organelles : eukaryote
3) linear dna : eukaryote
4) large from 10 - 100 micrometers : eukaryote
5) tend to be more structurally complex : eukaryote

Created on July 26, 2015
# of questions: 42

LLT 346 Midterm Important Terms

1) Aspect : a verb that expresses time meanings, related to whether an action is finished or still happening
2) auxiliary verb : verbs that are added to the main verb of a sentence in order to help build the verb phrase
3) bare infinitive : a type of complement clause with an infinitive verb form but without the complementizer to
4) clause : a structural unit of grammar that normally consists of a verb phrase plus other elements
5) modal : a type of auxiliary verbs used to express logical or personal meanings; can, should, might

Created on July 25, 2015
# of questions: 30

HRM 350
INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
1) HRM 350 Complete Class : HRM 350 INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Complete Class http://www.homeworktab.com/HRM-350/HRM-350-Complete-Class-Guide
2) HRM 350 Week 1 Individual Matrix : Complete the Material: Strategic Human Resources Activities Matrix. Click the Assignment Files tab to submit your assignment. http://www.homeworktab.com/HRM-350/HRM-350-Week-1-Individual-Matrix
3) HRM 350 Week 2 Individual Company Review of Strategic Alignment : Choose a multinational organization from the list and review their online HR mission statement and information on their career-related web pages. Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you explain if the organization has addressed. http://www.homeworktab.com/HRM-350/HRM-350-Week-2-Individual-Company-Review-of-Strategic-Alignment
4) HRM 350 Week 2 Learning Team Charter : Please complete and select a team memeber to submit the learning team charter form to the assignment forum.The learning team charter must be completed by the specified due date in order earn points for this portion. http://www.homeworktab.com/HRM-350/HRM-350-Week-2-Learning-Team-Charter
5) HRM 350 Week 2 Learning Team Outline : Please complete and submit an outline to include who is completing which portion for the week 3 learning team assignment. Elect a team member to post the outline to the assignement. This must be completed by the specified due date in order earn points for this portion. http://www.homeworktab.com/HRM-350/HRM-350-Week-2-Learning-Team-Outline

Created on July 25, 2015
# of questions: 10

Plus size apparel
On-line shopping is so much in news these days. People prefer shopping on-line as it can be done anytime,anywhere without lot of time consumption. This is giving a boom to on-line fashion stores too.
1) An on-line destination for plus size clothing. : Casual-plus is the destination where you will find all these beautiful and gorgeous white dresses in plus size.

Created on July 24, 2015
# of questions: 1

Cranial nerves - basic lecture version

1) CNI - olfactory nerve : • The olfactory nerve, is a purely sensory nerve • Has receptors within the mucous membrane of the nose • Information runs posteriorly along the olfactory tract and through the olfactory bulb to the temporal lobe where it is processed • It is the only sense not mediated by the thalamus
2) Damage to CNI : Damage to the olfactory nerve: • Trauma to nose loss of CSF via the nose  potential route for meningococcal infection • Most common trauma resulting in a loss of smell and taste (anosmia), is an injury involving frontal impact.
3) CNII - optic nerve : CN II ‐ optic nerve •The optic nerve, is also a sensory nerve. •Visual information from the retina is primarily carried back to the lateral geniculate nucleus (in the thalamus) via the optic tract •From the lateral geniculate nucleus, information is sent to the visual cortex for processing (occipital lobe). Visual information enters the eye in the form of photons of light which are converted to electrical signals in the retina. These signals are carried via the optic nerves, chiasm, and tract to the lateral geniculate nucleus of each thalamus and then to the visual centres of the brain for interpretation
4) Damage to CNII : Damage to the optic nerve: • Site of lesion has a direct affect on severity of injury – damage could occur from blunt trauma, or lesion/tumor which compresses the nerve • Compression/shearing injuries from traumatic brain injury • Central processing injuries in the occipital lobe
5) CNIII - oculomotor nerve : The nucleus of this motor nerve is located in the midbrain • It mediates movements of the eyeball, eyelid and constriction and dilation of the pupil • The somatic motor component of CN III plays a major role in controlling the muscles responsible for the precise movement of the eyes for visual tracking or fixation on an object • The oculomotor nerve is the most susceptible to compression eg. from a tumor or aneurysm

Created on July 24, 2015
# of questions: 25

Cranial nerves

1) CNI - Olfactory Nerve - sensory : The olfactory nerve is not a true cranial nerve because it reaches the brain without passing through the thalamus first. This special visceral afferent nerve mediates the sense of smell (olfaction), which developed quite early in our phylogenetic development. The olfactory sensors are embedded in the epithelium of the nasal cavity, including the superior conchae and the septum.
2) Damage to CNI : Damage to the I Olfactory Nerve Trauma to the nasal region can result in the loss of CSF through the nose (cerebrospinal fluid rhinorrhea), which alternatively becomes a route for meningeal infection (infection of the meningeal linings of the brain). The most common trauma resulting in anosmia (loss of sense of smell and taste) is an injury involving frontal impact, probably because of damage to the sensory apparatus itself, especially because of shearing forces applied to the nerve at the cribriform plate.
3) CNII - optic nerve : The retinal cells receive stimulation from light, and output from the rod and cone cells of the retina (first-order neurons) is relayed to bipolar cells and modified by horizontal interneuron cells (second-order neurons). The output of these cells is transmitted by alterations of membrane potential, but in the absence of an action potential. The result of this complex process of inhibition and excitation is transmitted to the dendrite of the bipolar ganglion cells of the optic nerve (third-order neurons) whose cell bodies lie in the lateral geniculate body (LGB), a nucleus of the thalamus.
4) CNIII Oculomotor nerve : The III oculomotor is comprised of two components. The general somatic efferent component serves the extrinsic ocular muscles ipsilaterally, including the superior levator palpebrae; superior, medial, and inferior rectus muscles; and inferior oblique muscle. The only ocular muscles not innervated by the III oculomotor nerves are the superior oblique and lateral rectus muscles
5) Damage to CNIII : These three nerves provide motor control of the eye, eyelid, and iris. The III oculomotor nerve passes near the circle of Willis and is subject to compression from tumors, aneurysms, or hemorrhage. It serves the muscles responsible for adducting the eye (superior rectus, medial rectus, inferior rectus, and inferior oblique muscles), for elevating the eyelid (levator palpebrae), and for pupil constriction. A left motor neuron (LMN) lesion of one of the oculomotor nerves will result in ipsilateral paralysis, because decussation occurs before this level. Because of the unopposed activity of the lateral rectus (which rotates the eye out) oculomotor paralysis will result in abduction (outward deviation, or divergent strabismus) of the eye and inability to turn the eye in, ptosis (drooping of the eyelid), and mydriasis (abnormal dilation of the pupil). Control of the III nerve arises predominantly from area 8 of the frontal lobe,

Created on July 24, 2015
# of questions: 24

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