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8 terms
24 - 25, Learning Objective Notes
reforms that would promote individual…
the Holy Land
a socialist republic
the Russian Revolution of 1905
What all German liberals who revolted in 1848 wanted
A dispute over this started the Crimean War
Russian Marxists wanted to create this form of government in…
The October Manifesto was issued in response to this
reforms that would promote individual…
What all German liberals who revolted in 1848 wanted
the Holy Land
A dispute over this started the Crimean War
62 terms
Learning Objectives
Identify and illustrate the components…
what is the design challenge
Describe the functional roles of the c…
Define electronegativity and explain h…
prokaryotes: a microscopic single-celled organism that has ne…
1. Identify the problem(s) - this may include identifying "bi…
cell membrane: protect cell from surrounds (has phospholipid…
Electronegativity is an molecules tendency to attract to elec…
Identify and illustrate the components…
prokaryotes: a microscopic single-celled organism that has ne…
what is the design challenge
1. Identify the problem(s) - this may include identifying "bi…
Learning Objectives
9: DEFINE THE TERMS USED FOR MEASURING…
9: DESCRIBE THE VARIABLES THE AFFECT H…
9: DEFINE THE INDOOR AND OUTDOOR CONDI…
9: Describe the application of diversi…
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9: DEFINE THE TERMS USED FOR MEASURING…
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9: DESCRIBE THE VARIABLES THE AFFECT H…
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Learning Objectives
Non polar amino's
Polar amino's
How does levodopa tx parkinsons?
What is pH
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Non polar amino's
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Polar amino's
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Learning objectives
What is a heuristic?
What are two common heuristics that pe…
How are heuristics and biases involved…
What is functional fixedness?
Heuristic- a mental shortcut in which we use to save time. Th…
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Thinking of things only in terms of their usual function
What is a heuristic?
Heuristic- a mental shortcut in which we use to save time. Th…
What are two common heuristics that pe…
...
69 terms
Learning Objectives
Chapter 17 - describe the characterist…
Chapter 17 - discuss some of the key i…
Chapter 17 - describe the cognitive, s…
Chapter 1 - describe the three basic i…
Exploration: goals - school or travel.... Epistemic cognition -…
Cognitive attributes... Emotional and social attributes... Social s…
Cognitive - Postformal Thought. Epistemic Cognition.... Social /…
Continuity vs. Discontinuity - Gradually (Quantitative) or St…
Chapter 17 - describe the characterist…
Exploration: goals - school or travel.... Epistemic cognition -…
Chapter 17 - discuss some of the key i…
Cognitive attributes... Emotional and social attributes... Social s…
44 terms
Learning Objectives
Representing Structures
How many bonds H, B, C, N, O, F form
Drawing Lewis Structures
How do you know structure shape is bent?
electrostatic potential, space-filling, ball-and-stick, persp…
H-1, B-3, C-4, N-3, O-2, F-1
1. Calculate total valence electrons (1. For cations (+): rem…
geometry - subtract out lone pairs - is geometry shape bent?
Representing Structures
electrostatic potential, space-filling, ball-and-stick, persp…
How many bonds H, B, C, N, O, F form
H-1, B-3, C-4, N-3, O-2, F-1
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Learning Objectives
•What was one of the differences betwe…
Is it important to have a reinforcemen…
Why does having an alternative respons…
According to Wasserman (1973), In orde…
•The nature of the punishing stimulus... •TO derived its aversiv…
Yes, the alternative response situation provides reinforcemen…
Having an alternative response to choose from that is unpunis…
No, as proven in this experiment the behavior (pecking of the…
•What was one of the differences betwe…
•The nature of the punishing stimulus... •TO derived its aversiv…
Is it important to have a reinforcemen…
Yes, the alternative response situation provides reinforcemen…
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Learning objectives
Compare the behavior of energy in the…
Metabolism
Energy
Entropy
-Energy in the universe is always reused and never stops bein…
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or…
A thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a…
Compare the behavior of energy in the…
-Energy in the universe is always reused and never stops bein…
Metabolism
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
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Learning (Objectives)
7-1: What is learning, and what are so…
7-2: What are the basic components of…
7-3: In classical conditioning, what a…
7-4: Why does Pavlov's work remain so…
Learning is the process of acquiring new and relatively endur…
Classical conditioning is a type of learning in which an orga…
In classical conditioning, acquisition is associating an NS w…
Pavlov taught us that significant psychological phenomena can…
7-1: What is learning, and what are so…
Learning is the process of acquiring new and relatively endur…
7-2: What are the basic components of…
Classical conditioning is a type of learning in which an orga…
40 terms
Learning objectives
Compare the behavior of energy in the…
Metabolism
Energy
Entropy
-Energy in the universe is always reused and never stops bein…
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
The strength and vitality required for sustained physical or…
A thermodynamic quantity representing the unavailability of a…
Compare the behavior of energy in the…
-Energy in the universe is always reused and never stops bein…
Metabolism
The chemical processes that occur within a living organism in…
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Learning Objectives
Values
Attitudes
three main components of an attitude
key job attitudes
abstract ideals that guide one's thinking and behavior across…
represent our feelings or opinions about people, places, and…
♣ Affective component- the feelings or emotions one has about…
organizational commitment, employee engagement, perceived org…
Values
abstract ideals that guide one's thinking and behavior across…
Attitudes
represent our feelings or opinions about people, places, and…
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Learning Objectives
Describe the policy-making process
Discuss the rising cost of health care…
Define Medicare and Medicaid
Identify some of the characteristics o…
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Describe the policy-making process
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Discuss the rising cost of health care…
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Learning Objectives
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
Phenotypes are determined through protein activities, such as…
Change in the structure of a protein may result in a change o…
The amino acids of proteins and their sequence determine the…
Genetic information flows from a sequence of nucleotides in a…
0.1
Phenotypes are determined through protein activities, such as…
0.2
Change in the structure of a protein may result in a change o…
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Learning objectives
Define ph
Define acid
Base
Neutralization
Measure of percent hydrogen ions
Release h+ ions
Release OH ions
Add H+ ions or OH ions to get equal amount of H+ and OH or H2O
Define ph
Measure of percent hydrogen ions
Define acid
Release h+ ions
51 terms
Learning Objectives
Show how the Neutrality Act of 1935 in…
From the documents section, review FDR…
Identify examples of American efforts…
Explain why Japan attacked Pearl Harbor.
-turned the nation's attention away from submarines and towar…
The Four Freedoms are goals famously articulated by United St…
-Roosevelt substituted cash carry for neutrality. Cash carry…
Japan was at war with China. Despite being a military superpo…
Show how the Neutrality Act of 1935 in…
-turned the nation's attention away from submarines and towar…
From the documents section, review FDR…
The Four Freedoms are goals famously articulated by United St…
22 terms
Learning objectives
Seaweeds and Kelp Forests
Sea grasses and Seagrass Beds
Seaweeds
Green algae
Morphological characteristics and major groups ... -green, brown…
-morphological characteristics, sediment colonization, seagra…
-protiststs ... -take up nutrients from the surrounding water... -…
Chlorophylls a and b... -starch ... -cellulose
Seaweeds and Kelp Forests
Morphological characteristics and major groups ... -green, brown…
Sea grasses and Seagrass Beds
-morphological characteristics, sediment colonization, seagra…
10 terms
Learning objectives
Define the 3 steps of cell communication
enhancer regulatory sequence
response elements
secondary transcription factors
1) Reception ... 2) Transduction... 3) Response
...
=enhancer and repressor regions. increase or decrease the rat…
...
Define the 3 steps of cell communication
1) Reception ... 2) Transduction... 3) Response
enhancer regulatory sequence
...
52 terms
Learning Objectives
Be able to explain and solve problems…
Be able to explain the account classif…
Be able to classify specific accounts…
Be able to identify a normal balance f…
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Be able to explain and solve problems…
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Be able to explain the account classif…
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Learning Objectives
Thesis
Main Idea
Supporting details
implied main idea
what the reading is about. It is one most important. general…
a single idea about the topic of the paragraph. expressed dir…
ideas that prove or explain paragraphs main idea. not all ide…
not stated outright
Thesis
what the reading is about. It is one most important. general…
Main Idea
a single idea about the topic of the paragraph. expressed dir…
18 terms
Learning objectives
1-define business and discuss the role…
1-explain the evolution of modern busi…
1-discuss the role of nonprofit organi…
1-outline the core factors of producti…
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1-define business and discuss the role…
...
1-explain the evolution of modern busi…
...
36 terms
Learning objectives
List at least five benefits of regular…
what is fitness
Identify 7 factors that interfere with…
Name at least two methods of fitness t…
* improved cariopulmonary function... * reduced blood pressure... *…
the capacity to exercise
sedentary lifestyle... health problems... compromised muscle and sk…
stress electrocardiogram (ECG)... ambulatory (ECG)
List at least five benefits of regular…
* improved cariopulmonary function... * reduced blood pressure... *…
what is fitness
the capacity to exercise
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Learning Objectives
How action potentials differ from grad…
Explain the ionic basis of the neurona…
Predict membrane potential based upon…
Demonstrate how the action potential p…
action potentials are cyclical
1. resting membrane potential... 2. depolarizing stimulus... 3. mem…
...
After one segment of axon membrane is very depolarized, nearb…
How action potentials differ from grad…
action potentials are cyclical
Explain the ionic basis of the neurona…
1. resting membrane potential... 2. depolarizing stimulus... 3. mem…
76 terms
Learning Objectives
How protein components are arranged in…
Structure of sarcomere
Arrangement of proteins in muscles
Differences between collagen and elastin
sarcomeres (basic unit of muscle proteins) arranged END TO END
2 (beads on) strings of actin form thin actin filament that s…
muscle fibers are arranged in bundles, surrounded by a thicke…
-collagen is white, doesn't stretch and when cooked will gel…
How protein components are arranged in…
sarcomeres (basic unit of muscle proteins) arranged END TO END
Structure of sarcomere
2 (beads on) strings of actin form thin actin filament that s…
85 terms
learning objectives
homeostasis
what is an example of homeostasis
what are the 5 levels of body organiza…
axial
internal stability or steady state maintained by the body
your body is always at the same temperature unless you are si…
specialized cell, tissue, organ, system,organism
supports the central axis of the body
homeostasis
internal stability or steady state maintained by the body
what is an example of homeostasis
your body is always at the same temperature unless you are si…
64 terms
Learning Objectives
Identify digital marketing activities.
Explain the unique characteristics of…
Explain specific digital marketing met…
Identify the ethical and legal issues…
- sales of products via digital commerce websites... - texting p…
1. profiling (registration, cookies, competitions)... 2. interac…
1. banner advertisements (in websites)... 2. pop-up advertisemen…
1. Contract Issues... - e-commerce and agency, consumer protecti…
Identify digital marketing activities.
- sales of products via digital commerce websites... - texting p…
Explain the unique characteristics of…
1. profiling (registration, cookies, competitions)... 2. interac…
102 terms
Learning Objectives
Curvatures of Spine
# of vertebrae
Function of Vertebral Column
Typical Vertebrae
Kyphosis/Primary: Thoracic & Sacral (Hunchback)... Lordosis/Seco…
7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, 4 coccyx (33 chi…
-bony protection of spinal cord... -provide support for posture…
-body... -neural arch... -pedicle... -lamina... -spinous processes... -trans…
Curvatures of Spine
Kyphosis/Primary: Thoracic & Sacral (Hunchback)... Lordosis/Seco…
# of vertebrae
7 cervical, 12 thoracic, 5 lumbar, 5 sacral, 4 coccyx (33 chi…
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Learning Objectives
Sternoclavicular Joint
Acromioclavicular Joint
Glenohumeral Joint
Scapulohumeral Rhythm
-only articulation between UL & axial skeleton (clavicle, man…
-plane... -ligaments: acromioclavicular, coracoclavicular (conoi…
-ball and socket... -mobile & unstable... -intrinsic ligaments: cor…
-2 degrees at humerus= 1 degree at scapula
Sternoclavicular Joint
-only articulation between UL & axial skeleton (clavicle, man…
Acromioclavicular Joint
-plane... -ligaments: acromioclavicular, coracoclavicular (conoi…
8 terms
Learning Objectives
Explain why the War of 1812 was so pol…
Describe the crucial military developm…
Identify the terms of the Treaty of Gh…
Describe and explain the burst of Amer…
• There was no sweeping national anger at the time the war wa…
the army was ill trained for battle while the navy to Jeffers…
• The Treaty of Ghent was essentially an armistice between th…
• Nationalism soared after the War of 1812 • Washington Irvin…
Explain why the War of 1812 was so pol…
• There was no sweeping national anger at the time the war wa…
Describe the crucial military developm…
the army was ill trained for battle while the navy to Jeffers…
29 terms
learning objectives
disruptive technologies
sustaining technology
ebusiness
B2B
a new way of doing things that initally does not meet the nee…
produces an improved product customers are eager to buy
all activities related to internal and external business oper…
applies to business buying from and selling to each other ove…
disruptive technologies
a new way of doing things that initally does not meet the nee…
sustaining technology
produces an improved product customers are eager to buy
26 terms
Learning Objectives
Climate Change (Problem)
Hunger (Problem)
Clean Water (Problem)
Air Quality (Problem)
Increased concentrations in gases lead to warmer temperatures
People face food shortages
Water is polluted and safe drinking water cannot be accessed
Air quality is worsening due to pollutants
Climate Change (Problem)
Increased concentrations in gases lead to warmer temperatures
Hunger (Problem)
People face food shortages
106 terms
Learning Objectives
Depression
Digastric
Geniohyoid
Mylohyoid
Digastric, geniohyoid, mylohyoid
Depression
Depression
Depression
Depression
Digastric, geniohyoid, mylohyoid
Digastric
Depression
5 terms
Learning Objectives
the simplest of the carbohydrate sugar…
monosaccharides are used as what
how many carbon atoms do simple sugars…
what two forms can six-carbon sugars o…
monosaccharides
building blocks to form larger molecules
-they contain as few as three carbon atoms... - six for the cent…
they can exist as a straight chain, but when dissolved in wat…
the simplest of the carbohydrate sugar…
monosaccharides
monosaccharides are used as what
building blocks to form larger molecules
24 terms
Learning Objectives
What is sociology and how can I help u…
What are the major contributions of ea…
How did Simmel's perspective differ fr…
What are the major contemporary sociol…
Sociology is the systematic study of human society and social…
Durkheim argue that says societies are built on social facts…
Where is other sociologist primarily focused on society as a…
Functionalist perspective assumes that society is a stable or…
What is sociology and how can I help u…
Sociology is the systematic study of human society and social…
What are the major contributions of ea…
Durkheim argue that says societies are built on social facts…
12 terms
Learning objectives
Name the five primary air pollutants a…
Name two major sources of air pollutio…
Describe the way in which smog forms
Explain the way in which thermal inver…
Carbon Monoxide: cars, trucks, buses, small engines, and some…
Two major sources are smog and temperature inversions.
Smog forms first when automobile exhaust reacts with air and…
How thermal inversion does it is the warmer air above keeps t…
Name the five primary air pollutants a…
Carbon Monoxide: cars, trucks, buses, small engines, and some…
Name two major sources of air pollutio…
Two major sources are smog and temperature inversions.
11 terms
Learning objectives
Describe how cell reproduction contrib…
Contrast the two main ways that organi…
Describe the structure of a chromosome.
Name the stages of the cell cycle and…
The new cells (underneath the layer of dead cells at the surf…
The two ways an organism can reproduce are by mitosis or meio…
Two sister chromatids (multiple chromatin strands) connected…
The Cell Cycle consists of two stages: Interphase and Mitotic…
Describe how cell reproduction contrib…
The new cells (underneath the layer of dead cells at the surf…
Contrast the two main ways that organi…
The two ways an organism can reproduce are by mitosis or meio…
8 terms
Learning objectives
Schacter and Singer
Bremner:
Rosenweig and Bennett:
Baumgartner:
ethical
effects of environment on behavior
ethical considerations
functions of hormones in behavior
Schacter and Singer
ethical
Bremner:
effects of environment on behavior
14 terms
Learning (Objectives)
7-1: What is learning, and what are so…
7-2: What are the basic components of…
7-3: In classical conditioning, what a…
7-4: Why does Pavlov's work remain so…
Learning is the process of acquiring new and relatively endur…
Classical conditioning is a type of learning in which an orga…
In classical conditioning, acquisition is associating an NS w…
Pavlov taught us that significant psychological phenomena can…
7-1: What is learning, and what are so…
Learning is the process of acquiring new and relatively endur…
7-2: What are the basic components of…
Classical conditioning is a type of learning in which an orga…
26 terms
Learning Objectives
Explain the concept of multiplexing &…
define packet switching
define internetworking
define interoperability
(week 1) Multiplexing is a combination of information streams…
(week) packet switching: ... divides data into small blocks, cal…
(week 1)... internetworking: ... instead of a simply best solution,…
(week 1) interoperability:... the ability of two entities to com…
Explain the concept of multiplexing &…
(week 1) Multiplexing is a combination of information streams…
define packet switching
(week) packet switching: ... divides data into small blocks, cal…
11 terms
Learning Objectives
Owners/Investors -Organizing for Busin…
Entrepreneurship
Owners/Investors -Accounting
Owners/Investors -Finance
1) Define the primary forms of business ownership. ... 2) Unders…
1) Define entrepreneur/entrepreneurship... 2) Explain why people…
1) Define the purpose and uses of accounting information... 2) U…
1) Understand and apply the three fundamental concepts used i…
Owners/Investors -Organizing for Busin…
1) Define the primary forms of business ownership. ... 2) Unders…
Entrepreneurship
1) Define entrepreneur/entrepreneurship... 2) Explain why people…
learning objectives
Describe the orogenic events that form…
Discuss the relationship of orogen dev…
Describe geologic evidence of the firs…
Discuss the Labrador Trough's relation…
...
...
...
...
Describe the orogenic events that form…
...
Discuss the relationship of orogen dev…
...
23 terms
learning objectives
news
gatekeeper
timeliness
run
information we haven't had before that is delivered through a…
people who determine what stories will be news for their comm…
a characteristic of a news story about an event that is repor…
appear in the media
news
information we haven't had before that is delivered through a…
gatekeeper
people who determine what stories will be news for their comm…
12 terms
Learning objectives
Name the five primary air pollutants a…
Name two major sources of air pollutio…
Describe the way in which smog forms
Explain the way in which thermal inver…
Carbon Monoxide: cars, trucks, buses, small engines, and some…
Two major sources are smog and temperature inversions.
Smog forms first when automobile exhaust reacts with air and…
How thermal inversion does it is the warmer air above keeps t…
Name the five primary air pollutants a…
Carbon Monoxide: cars, trucks, buses, small engines, and some…
Name two major sources of air pollutio…
Two major sources are smog and temperature inversions.
35 terms
Learning objectives
Definition of massage (Tappan)
Traditional massage
Ayurvedic massage: focus, text, cause…
Asian body therapy: roots, cause of di…
"The intentional and systematic manipulation of the soft tiss…
Folk, native
Wisdom of healthy living, long life... Vedas (Indian spiritual t…
Rooted in Chinese medicine... Lack of harmony --> disease
Definition of massage (Tappan)
"The intentional and systematic manipulation of the soft tiss…
Traditional massage
Folk, native
18 terms
Learning Objectives
Risk Management
Chapter 12 Kaufman
Trading styles can have losing streaks
Risks
21% of Test Material Domain 1
Risk Control
the size of the position, the markets to trade and when to in…
Systematic risk can be controlled or reduced while market ris…
Risk Management
21% of Test Material Domain 1
Chapter 12 Kaufman
Risk Control
9 terms
Learning Objectives
Accrual-Basis Accounting
Cash-Basis Accounting
Expense Recognition Principle
Revenue Recognition Principle
Accounting basis in which companies record transactions that…
Accounting basis in which companies record revenue when they…
The principle that companies match efforts (expenses) with ac…
The principles that companies recognize revenue in the accoun…
Accrual-Basis Accounting
Accounting basis in which companies record transactions that…
Cash-Basis Accounting
Accounting basis in which companies record revenue when they…
25 terms
learning objectives
compartmentalization
ethics
game plan
goal setting
storing things away in the different compartments of the mind…
principles of good character, proper conduct, and moral judgm…
the conscious act of planning your life rather than just lett…
the identification of long- and short-term goals
compartmentalization
storing things away in the different compartments of the mind…
ethics
principles of good character, proper conduct, and moral judgm…
69 terms
Learning Objectives
Describe the crucial roles of enzymes…
Describe the pH scale and the role of…
Discuss the structures and functions o…
List the main points of cell theory.
Enzymes lower activation energy and act as catalysts to speed…
pH > 7 basic... pH < 7 acidic... Buffers are compounds that stabili…
High energy compounds, such as ATP (adenosine monophosphate +…
1. Cells maintain homeostasis.... 2. Cells are building block an…
Describe the crucial roles of enzymes…
Enzymes lower activation energy and act as catalysts to speed…
Describe the pH scale and the role of…
pH > 7 basic... pH < 7 acidic... Buffers are compounds that stabili…
19 terms
Learning Objectives
Neo-Palladian
Grand Tour
Christopher Wren
How does Boulee's design for Sir Isaac…
return to the principles of classical architecture promoted b…
tour of france and italy by wealthy young european men to gai…
studied math, astronomy, and anatomy at oxford, appointed pro…
appreciation for rationalism and discovery of simple geometry…
Neo-Palladian
return to the principles of classical architecture promoted b…
Grand Tour
tour of france and italy by wealthy young european men to gai…
36 terms
Learning Objectives
what are the three domains of learning…
cognitive domain:
affective domain:
psychomotor domain:
1. cognitive... 2. affective... 3. psychomotor
measures factual knowledge ... ie. The client will be able to e…
measures feelings and attitude... ie. Participants will conside…
implies action, with specific, observable behaviors ... ie. Emp…
what are the three domains of learning…
1. cognitive... 2. affective... 3. psychomotor
cognitive domain:
measures factual knowledge ... ie. The client will be able to e…
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