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Psychology 201: Chapter 9
Learning Disability
Dyslexia
Dysgraphia
Dyscalculia
Difficulty in understanding or using spoken or written langua…
A category of learning disabilities involving a severe impair…
A learning disability that involves difficulty in handwriting
Also known as developmental arithmetic disorder; a learning d…
Learning Disability
Difficulty in understanding or using spoken or written langua…
Dyslexia
A category of learning disabilities involving a severe impair…
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Psychology 201 Chapter 9
Motivation
extrinsic motivation
intrinsic motivation
Instincts
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
a person who performs an action because it leads to an outcom…
a person performs an action because the act is fun, challengi…
the biological determined and innate patterns of behavior tha…
Motivation
the process by which activities are started, directed, and co…
extrinsic motivation
a person who performs an action because it leads to an outcom…
Psychology 201 (Chapter 9)
Condition
Confederate
Control group
Dependent variable
one level of an independent variable
accomplice of an experimenter whom participants assume to be…
participants in an experiment who receive a zero level of the…
response measured in a study, typically a measure of particip…
Condition
one level of an independent variable
Confederate
accomplice of an experimenter whom participants assume to be…
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Psychology 201- Chapter 9
attachment styles
close relationship
commitment
comparison level
Typical ways of interacting in close relationships.
Relatively long-lasting relationships in which frequent inter…
The decision and intent to maintain a relationship in spite o…
One's standard of what constitutes an acceptable balance of r…
attachment styles
Typical ways of interacting in close relationships.
close relationship
Relatively long-lasting relationships in which frequent inter…
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Psychology 201 Chapter 9
Developmental Psychology
Zygote
Chromosome
Gene
the branch of psychology that studies how people change over…
the single cell formed at conception from the union of the eg…
a long, thread-like structure composed of twisted parallel st…
a unit of DNA on a chromosome that encodes instructions for m…
Developmental Psychology
the branch of psychology that studies how people change over…
Zygote
the single cell formed at conception from the union of the eg…
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Psychology 201; Chapter 9: Consciousness
Consciousness
Selective attention
Preconscious Level
Unconscious
Awareness of external stimuli and our own mental activity
Focusing on a particular stimulus
The level of consciousness which reside mental events that ar…
(Subconscious) The term used to describe a level of mental ac…
Consciousness
Awareness of external stimuli and our own mental activity
Selective attention
Focusing on a particular stimulus
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Psychology 201 Chapter 9 vocab
language
grammar
phoneme
phonological rules
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
a set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
the smallest unit of sound that is recognizable as speech rat…
a set of rules that indicate how phonemes can be combined to…
language
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
grammar
a set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
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PSY 201 - Chapter 9
Language
grammar
phoneme
morphemes
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
A set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
The smallest unit of sound that is recognizable as speech rat…
The smallest meaningful units of language.
Language
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
grammar
A set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
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Psy 201 Chapter 9
developmental psychology
longitudinal design
cross-sectional design
zygote
the branch of psychology that studies how people change over…
research strategy in which a variable or group of variables a…
research strategy in which individuals of different ages or d…
the single cell formed at conception from the union of the eg…
developmental psychology
the branch of psychology that studies how people change over…
longitudinal design
research strategy in which a variable or group of variables a…
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Psychology 201 Chapter 9 Childhood Development
Development
Development Psychology
Developmental Processes
How is Development Studied?
The pattern of continuity and __________ in human capabilitie…
Study of ____-_______ changes in behavior and mental processe…
Cognitive/Biological/Socioeconomically
Cross sectional studies: utilizes groups of people who differ…
Development
The pattern of continuity and __________ in human capabilitie…
Development Psychology
Study of ____-_______ changes in behavior and mental processe…
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UIUC Psych-201 Social Psychology Chapter 9 Terms
Social Influence
Conformity
Compliance
Obedience
The many ways that people affect one another, including chang…
Changing one's behaviors or beliefs in response to explicit o…
Responding favorably to an explicit request by another person.
In an unequal power relationship, submitting to the demands o…
Social Influence
The many ways that people affect one another, including chang…
Conformity
Changing one's behaviors or beliefs in response to explicit o…
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Psychology 201: Research Psych - Chapter 9
Within- subjects (repeated-measures) e…
order effects
counterbalencing
matched subjects design
compares two or more different treatment conditions by observ…
the experience of being tested in one treatment condition has…
changing the order in which treatment conditions are administ…
each individual in one group is matched with a participant in…
Within- subjects (repeated-measures) e…
compares two or more different treatment conditions by observ…
order effects
the experience of being tested in one treatment condition has…
PSY 201 Chapter 9
8 Basic Stages of Lifespan
Key themes of developmental psychology
longitudinal design
cross-sectional design
1. Infancy... 2. Toddler... 3. Young Childhood... 4. Middle Childhood…
1. longitudinal design... 2. cross-sectional design
tracks a particular variable or group of variables in the sam…
studies a variable or group of variables among a group of par…
8 Basic Stages of Lifespan
1. Infancy... 2. Toddler... 3. Young Childhood... 4. Middle Childhood…
Key themes of developmental psychology
1. longitudinal design... 2. cross-sectional design
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ALU 201, Chapter 9
diabetes - leading cause of mortality
cerebrovascular disease
thyroid nodules
will appear cold (hypofunctioning) on…
macrovascular disease
disorder resulting from a change within one or more blood ves…
goiters can be the result of multiple goiters, ... cystic nodule…
most thyroid cancers
diabetes - leading cause of mortality
macrovascular disease
cerebrovascular disease
disorder resulting from a change within one or more blood ves…
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Biology 201- Chapter 9
What are the 3 type of muscles?
Skeletal muscle tissue
Cardiac muscle tissue
Smooth muscle tissue
Smooth, Cardiac, and Skeletal
-Attaches to and covers the bony skeleton... -Striated ... -Volunta…
-Occurs only in the heart ... -Striated ... -Involuntary, contracts…
-In the walls of hollow visceral organs, e.g., stomach, urina…
What are the 3 type of muscles?
Smooth, Cardiac, and Skeletal
Skeletal muscle tissue
-Attaches to and covers the bony skeleton... -Striated ... -Volunta…
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Psy 201 - Chapter 9 - Human Development
Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Developmental Psychology
Chromosomes
Focuses on psychological changes across the entire life span
Examines patterns and stages of growth
Highly interested in the nature vs. nurture debate
rod shaped structures that contain the basic hereditary instr…
Developmental Psychology
Focuses on psychological changes across the entire life span
Developmental Psychology
Examines patterns and stages of growth
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PSY 201 - Chapter 9
Language
Grammar
Phoneme
Phonological Rules
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
A set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
The smallest unit of sound that is recognizable as speech rat…
A set of rules that indicate how phonemes can be combined to…
Language
A system for communicating with others using signals that are…
Grammar
A set of rules that specify how the units of language can be…
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PSY 201 | Chapter 9
synaptic pruning
teratogens
dynamic systems theory
infantile amnesia
a process whereby the synaptic connections in the brain that…
agents that harm the embryo or fetus
the view that development is a self-organizing process in whi…
the inability to remember events from early childhood
synaptic pruning
a process whereby the synaptic connections in the brain that…
teratogens
agents that harm the embryo or fetus
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PSYC 201 - Chapter 9
factorial design
between-subjects factorial design
within-subjects factorial design
mixed-factorial design
includes two or more independent variables and crosses (i.e.,…
a factorial design in which each subject engages in only one…
a factorial design in which each subject engages in every con…
a factorial design that includes at least one between-subject…
factorial design
includes two or more independent variables and crosses (i.e.,…
between-subjects factorial design
a factorial design in which each subject engages in only one…
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psy 201 chapter 9
Learning
Behaviorism
Conditioning
Unconditioned stimulus (US)
A relatively permanent change in behavior (or behavior potent…
An approach to psychology that emphasizes the study of observ…
A kind of learning that involves the association between envi…
Elicits a response in the absence of learning
Learning
A relatively permanent change in behavior (or behavior potent…
Behaviorism
An approach to psychology that emphasizes the study of observ…
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PSY 201 Chapter 9
List and explain the four components a…
What is actually learned in classical…
Understand how fear and taste aversion…
Explain the two types of consequences…
- Unconditioned Stimulus: something that causes a response au…
- Organism build a receptor for info... - For classical conditio…
- Person can learn to fear anything if paired with pain, surp…
- 2 types of consequences: Reinforcement and Punishment... - Pu…
List and explain the four components a…
- Unconditioned Stimulus: something that causes a response au…
What is actually learned in classical…
- Organism build a receptor for info... - For classical conditio…
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PSY 201 Chapter 9
List and explain the four components a…
What is actually learned in classical…
Understand how fear and taste aversion…
Explain the two types of consequences…
- Unconditioned Stimulus: something that causes a response au…
- Organism build a receptor for info... - For classical conditio…
- Person can learn to fear anything if paired with pain, surp…
- 2 types of consequences: Reinforcement and Punishment... - Pu…
List and explain the four components a…
- Unconditioned Stimulus: something that causes a response au…
What is actually learned in classical…
- Organism build a receptor for info... - For classical conditio…
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Chapter 9 (Econ 201)
5 assumptions of perfect competition
Marginal revenue
Price-marginal revenue relationship
Marginal cost-ATC/AVC relationship
1) Price takers... 2) Homogenous product... 3) Many buyers, many se…
additional revenue from the sale of one more unit of output
In perfect competition P=MR
MC meets ATC and AVC at their minima
5 assumptions of perfect competition
1) Price takers... 2) Homogenous product... 3) Many buyers, many se…
Marginal revenue
additional revenue from the sale of one more unit of output
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HIT 201 - Chapter 9
Core processes
What are the 3 steps of the patient ca…
The cornerstone of good patient care i…
Clinical Laboratory Improvement Amendm…
The acts of assessing, planning, providing, and coordinating…
Assessment, intervention, reassessment
True
The 1988 reenactment of the 1967 CLIA, the federal regulation…
Core processes
The acts of assessing, planning, providing, and coordinating…
What are the 3 steps of the patient ca…
Assessment, intervention, reassessment
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ECON201 Chapter 9
perfectly competitive
key attributes of a perfectly compet…
Profit maximization
The short run
A perfectly competitive industry is one in which *many suppli…
1 as many as producers and buyers... 2 identical product;... 3 easy…
is the goal of competitive suppliers - they seek to maximize…
is a period during which the number of firms and *their pla…
perfectly competitive
A perfectly competitive industry is one in which *many suppli…
key attributes of a perfectly compet…
1 as many as producers and buyers... 2 identical product;... 3 easy…
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Psych 201 Chapter 9 Oregon State University
What's communication?
4 components of communication
Tactile Communication
Visual Communication
a social event
1) Signal (how)... 2) Motivation (internal state)... 3) Meaning (in…
Hugging, kissing, hitting, grooming, ritualized greeting, etc
Gesturing, posturing, piloerection, facial expression, biolog…
What's communication?
a social event
4 components of communication
1) Signal (how)... 2) Motivation (internal state)... 3) Meaning (in…
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Art 201 chapter 9
early Medieval Art... Anglo-Saxon: c. 600…
Sutton Hoo Ship burial site
gold buckle, from the Sutton Hoo ship…
hinged clasps, from the Sutton Hoo shi…
...
...
First half of the7th century... Anglo-Saxon: c. 600 AD
Anglo-Saxon: c. 600 AD
early Medieval Art... Anglo-Saxon: c. 600…
...
Sutton Hoo Ship burial site
...
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Psy 201 Chapter 9
A glass of industrial sludge removed f…
Jasmine enjoys cooking and dreams of o…
You are driving cross-country and stop…
Clarence suffered a stroke that destro…
low in incentive value.
intrinsic motivation; extrinsic motivation
plain water.
refuse to eat.
A glass of industrial sludge removed f…
low in incentive value.
Jasmine enjoys cooking and dreams of o…
intrinsic motivation; extrinsic motivation
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psyc201 Chapter 9
between-subjects factorial design
factorial design
interaction
main effect
a factorial design in which each subject engages in only one…
an experimental design that includes two or more independent…
(also called interaction effect) in a factorial design, occur…
in a factorial design, occurs when an independent variable ha…
between-subjects factorial design
a factorial design in which each subject engages in only one…
factorial design
an experimental design that includes two or more independent…
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Psy 201 Chapter 9
What is conformity?
What are the 2 types of conformity?
What is Informational Social Influence?
What is Normative Social Influence?
Changing behavior in response to explict/implicit pressure. L…
Informational Social Influence and Normative Social Influence.
Using others to know how to act in a specific situation, like…
When you use others behaviors/comments as a guide for how to…
What is conformity?
Changing behavior in response to explict/implicit pressure. L…
What are the 2 types of conformity?
Informational Social Influence and Normative Social Influence.
Psy201 chapter 9 vocab
Temperament
Attachment
Comprehension vocab
Production vocab
Infants predisposition to consistently behave and react in a…
Emotional Bond that forms between the infant and its parents…
Words the infant understanda
Words the infant understands and can speak
Temperament
Infants predisposition to consistently behave and react in a…
Attachment
Emotional Bond that forms between the infant and its parents…
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UIUC Psych-201 Social Psychology Chapter 9 Terms
Social Influence
Conformity
Compliance
Obedience
The many ways that people affect one another, including chang…
Changing one's behaviors or beliefs in response to explicit o…
Responding favorably to an explicit request by another person.
In an unequal power relationship, submitting to the demands o…
Social Influence
The many ways that people affect one another, including chang…
Conformity
Changing one's behaviors or beliefs in response to explicit o…
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Psychology 201 Chapter 9 (Exam 4)
cognition
o Attention, memory... o Concepts... o Probl…
concept
information processor
the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, reme…
What are the 4 things cognitive psychology focuses on?
a mental grouping of similar objects, events, ideas, or people
What is a metaphor used to represent the mind?
cognition
the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, reme…
o Attention, memory... o Concepts... o Probl…
What are the 4 things cognitive psychology focuses on?
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ARS 201 | Chapter 9
Chicken Cup
The Hermit Xu Resting by a Stream
Lady Xuanwenjun Giving Instructions on…
Poet on a Mountaintop
Time: 1465-1487... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Referred t…
Time: ?... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Artist: Dai Jin... Ty…
Time: 1638... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Artist: Chen Hon…
Time: 1490-1500... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Artist: She…
Chicken Cup
Time: 1465-1487... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Referred t…
The Hermit Xu Resting by a Stream
Time: ?... Culture: Ming dynasty... Location: ?... Artist: Dai Jin... Ty…
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PSYC 201 Chapter 9
factorial design
between-subjects factorial design
within-subjects factorial design
mixed-factorial design
2/2+ IVs, crosses every level of each IV with all levels of o…
each subject engages in only 1 condition ... -IVs are combined i…
each subjects engages in all conditions, (1 subject for conds…
design includes min 1 b/w subjects and 1 w/in subjects variab…
factorial design
2/2+ IVs, crosses every level of each IV with all levels of o…
between-subjects factorial design
each subject engages in only 1 condition ... -IVs are combined i…
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Chapter 9 Art 201
Mosque
Christian
Saint Michael
Justinian as World Conquer
Plant life ... Landscape ... No faces of Devine
Animals ... Crosses... Devine Faces (people they worship)
Byzantine ... Early 6th Century
Byzantine ... Mid 6th Century
Mosque
Plant life ... Landscape ... No faces of Devine
Christian
Animals ... Crosses... Devine Faces (people they worship)
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Comm 201 Chapter 9
attraction theory
proximity
attractiveness
matching hypothesis
theory that explains the primary forces that draw people toge…
how physically close one is to others
the appeal one person has for another, based on physical appe…
the tendency to develop relationships with people who are app…
attraction theory
theory that explains the primary forces that draw people toge…
proximity
how physically close one is to others
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Span 201: Chapter 9 vocab
la agente de viajes
El boleto
El folleto
El pasaje
Travel agent (female)
Ticket
Brochure
Fare
la agente de viajes
Travel agent (female)
El boleto
Ticket
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BIO 201 - Chapter 9
external auditory canal
tympanic membrane
auditory ossicles
oval window
leads from the pinna to the tympanic membrane (eardrum) of th…
The eardrum. Its lateral wall separates it from the external…
3 smallest bones in the body, Malleus, Incus, Stapes.... Transmi…
Opening between the middle ear and inner ear
external auditory canal
leads from the pinna to the tympanic membrane (eardrum) of th…
tympanic membrane
The eardrum. Its lateral wall separates it from the external…
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PSY 201 Chapter 9
Intelligence
G-Factor
Aptitude
Special Aptitude Tests
overall capacity to adapt to new situations, act purposefully…
(general intelligence factor) Underlies intelligence, Core of…
capacity for learning of certain abilities
predict what areas you will be successful in
Intelligence
overall capacity to adapt to new situations, act purposefully…
G-Factor
(general intelligence factor) Underlies intelligence, Core of…
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FNAR 201 Chapter 9
- Justinian as World Conqueror... - Early…
- Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom)... - Early B…
- Justinian, Bishop Maximianus and att…
- Theodora and Attendants... - Early Byza…
- Justinian as World Conqueror... - Early…
- Hagia Sophia (Holy Wisdom)... - Early B…
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PSY 201 - Chapter 9 Glossary
Attachment Styles
Close relationships
Commitment
Comparison level
Typical ways of interacting in close relationships
Relatively long-lasting relationships in which frequent inter…
The decision and intent to maintain a relationship in spite o…
One's standard of what constitutes an acceptable balance of r…
Attachment Styles
Typical ways of interacting in close relationships
Close relationships
Relatively long-lasting relationships in which frequent inter…
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PSYC201 - Chapter 9-11
Social Influence
Three Types of Social Influence
Obedience
Compliance
Collection of ways that people affect one another through cha…
Obedience, Compliance, and Conformity
Responding to an explicit request from someone who has power…
Changing behavior by responding favorably to an explicit requ…
Social Influence
Collection of ways that people affect one another through cha…
Three Types of Social Influence
Obedience, Compliance, and Conformity
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MIE201 - Chapter 9
Systems
Outsourcing
Offshoring
Issues of offshoring
interconnected/coordinated set of elements/processes that con…
contracting out certain bus funcs or ops to other comps
transferring part or all of bus func to facility (diff part o…
loss of well-paid US jobs, hidden costs/risks, bus agility &…
Systems
interconnected/coordinated set of elements/processes that con…
Outsourcing
contracting out certain bus funcs or ops to other comps
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PSYC201 Chapter 9
Psychologica test
Intelligence test
Aptitude test
Achievement test
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior
Measures general mental ability ... Intended to assess intellec…
Assesses specific types of mental abilities
Gauges a person's mastery and knowledge of various subjects
Psychologica test
A standardized measure of a sample of a person's behavior
Intelligence test
Measures general mental ability ... Intended to assess intellec…
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Psychology Chapter 9 Memory
Memory
Sensory Memory
George Sperling
iconic memory
Any indication that learning has persisted over time
A split-second holding tank for incoming sensory information,…
Experimented with sensory memory, flashed images to participa…
A split-second perfect photograph of a scene, lasts a few ten…
Memory
Any indication that learning has persisted over time
Sensory Memory
A split-second holding tank for incoming sensory information,…
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Psych 201 Chapter 9
what is it called when a cycle, such a…
what is the stage where you can be eas…
what is the stage where sleep spindles…
what is the stage where there are larg…
circadian rhythm
stage 1 - light sleep
stage 2 - deeper level of sleep
stage 3- transitional stage
what is it called when a cycle, such a…
circadian rhythm
what is the stage where you can be eas…
stage 1 - light sleep
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PSY 201 Chapter 9
Motives
Motivation
Intrinsic Motivation
Extrinsic motivation
Internal dispositions to act in certain ways, although they c…
The processes involved in initiating, directing, and maintain…
People are motivated by internal goals
People are motivated by external goals
Motives
Internal dispositions to act in certain ways, although they c…
Motivation
The processes involved in initiating, directing, and maintain…
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chapter 9 -marketing 201
Market segmentation
market-product grid
product differentiation
3 specific situation where marketing s…
involves aggregating prospective buyers into groups that (1)…
is a framework to relate the market segments of potential buy…
strategy that involves a firm using different marketing mix a…
1. one product and multiple market segments... 2. multiple produ…
Market segmentation
involves aggregating prospective buyers into groups that (1)…
market-product grid
is a framework to relate the market segments of potential buy…
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MKT201 - Chapter 9 - The Internet
blog
blogger
click fraud
click-through
personal journal that is published on a website, frequently u…
author of a blog
act of clicking on Internet ads solely to generate revenue fo…
measure of the number of hyperlinks that users click on, espe…
blog
personal journal that is published on a website, frequently u…
blogger
author of a blog
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