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Theory Chapter 15
Central route
message elaboration
peripheral route
six cues that trigger "click, whirr"
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
extent to which a person carefully thinks about issue-relevan…
mental shortcut process that accepts or rejects a message bas…
1. reciprocation ... 2. consistency... 3. social proof... 4. liking... 5.…
Central route
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
message elaboration
extent to which a person carefully thinks about issue-relevan…
Biology, Chapter 15.3, Shaping Evolutionary Theory
Hardy-Weinberg principle
genetic drift
founder effect
bottleneck
when allelic frequencies remain constant, a population is in…
any change in the allelic frequencies in a population that re…
occurs when a small sample of a population settles in a locat…
a population declines to a very low number and then rebounds;…
Hardy-Weinberg principle
when allelic frequencies remain constant, a population is in…
genetic drift
any change in the allelic frequencies in a population that re…
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Chapter 15 : Personality Theory
Personality
free association
psychoanalysis
unconscious
an individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,…
in psychoanalysis, a method of exploring the unconscious in w…
Freud's theory of personality that attributes thoughts and ac…
according to Freud, a reservoir of mostly unacceptable though…
Personality
an individual's characteristic pattern of thinking, feeling,…
free association
in psychoanalysis, a method of exploring the unconscious in w…
The Theory of Evolution (Chapter 15)
Artificial selection
Natural selection
Mimicry
Camouflage
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
A mechanism for change in populations that occurs when organi…
A structural adaptation that enables one species to resemble…
An adaptation that enables species to blend with their surrou…
Artificial selection
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
Natural selection
A mechanism for change in populations that occurs when organi…
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chapter 15- theory of massage
effleurage
motor
vibration
insertion to origin
light, continuous stroking movement applied with fingers and…
point on the skin over a muscle where pressure or stimulation…
shaking movement accomplished by rapid muscular contractions…
the direction of massage movements is generally.
effleurage
light, continuous stroking movement applied with fingers and…
motor
point on the skin over a muscle where pressure or stimulation…
Chapter 15- Theory of Evolution
Evolution
Strata
Natural Selection
Adaptation
A heritable change in the characteristics within a population…
Layers of rock
The process by which individuals that are better adapted to t…
The process of becoming adapted to the environment; an anatom…
Evolution
A heritable change in the characteristics within a population…
Strata
Layers of rock
SOCY THEORY Chapter 15
post modernism
modernity
post modernism
post modern components
is a time period (after modernism) and a way of thinking in p…
is reason, capitalism, industrialization, universal "Truths"
Relativism, questioning of "Truth," globalization and "locali…
End of history and "grand narratives" Simulacra and simulatio…
post modernism
is a time period (after modernism) and a way of thinking in p…
modernity
is reason, capitalism, industrialization, universal "Truths"
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Chapter 15 Theory of Evolution
fossil
sediment
mold
cast
the remains or traces of a once living organism
dust, sand, or mud deposited over time by wind or water
a type of fossil formed from an impression of the shape or tr…
type of fossil formed when sediments fill in the cavity left…
fossil
the remains or traces of a once living organism
sediment
dust, sand, or mud deposited over time by wind or water
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Comm. Theory Chapter 15
Side Effects
The Behaviorist Perspective
Social Learning Theory
Observational Learning
When we use the media to fulfill the needs for information, e…
Most psychologists in the 1960s believed humans learned how t…
States people can learn some behaviors from observing both re…
States people can learn some behaviors from observing both re…
Side Effects
When we use the media to fulfill the needs for information, e…
The Behaviorist Perspective
Most psychologists in the 1960s believed humans learned how t…
Chapter 15: The Theory of Evolution
artificial selection
natural selection
mimicry
camouflage
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
mechanism for change in populations; occurs when organisms wi…
structural adaptation that enables one species to resemble an…
structural adaptation that enables species to blend with thei…
artificial selection
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
natural selection
mechanism for change in populations; occurs when organisms wi…
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Chapter 15- Darwin's Theory of Evolution
evolution
theory
fossil
natural variation
The change in a kind of organism over time; process by which…
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount o…
Any preserved remains or evidence of an ancient organism.
differences among individuals of a species; results from muta…
evolution
The change in a kind of organism over time; process by which…
theory
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount o…
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Theory of Patrol Chapter 15
Police misconduct
1 Thessalonians 5:22
Attributes LEOs should possess
Officers
Is considered as an impropriety of office
Abstain from all appearance of evil
1. Honest... 2. Fairness... 3. Caring/compassionate ... 4. Disciplined…
Modern families expect ____ to discipline their children
Police misconduct
Is considered as an impropriety of office
1 Thessalonians 5:22
Abstain from all appearance of evil
The Theory of Evolution Chapter 15
Artificial Selection
Natural Selection
Mimicry
Camouflage
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
A mechanism for change in population.
A structural adaptation that enables one species to resemble…
An adaptation that enables species to blend in with their sur…
Artificial Selection
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
Natural Selection
A mechanism for change in population.
Chapter 15 Vocabulary - Darwin's Theory of Evolution
Evolution
Theory
Fossil
artificial selection
change over time
well-adapted testable explanation of phenomena that have occu…
preserved remains of ancient organisms
selection by humans for breeding of useful traits from the na…
Evolution
change over time
Theory
well-adapted testable explanation of phenomena that have occu…
DH theory- Chapter 15
Composition of pellicle
Significance of pellicle
Removal of pellicle
Stage 1 of biofilm fornation
Glycoproteins that are absorbed by the hydroxyapetite. Formed…
Protective layer, lubrication, attachment of calculus and bac…
Abrasive toothpaste, whitening products, intake of acidic foo…
Initial attachment of planktonic bacteria onto pellicle. Reve…
Composition of pellicle
Glycoproteins that are absorbed by the hydroxyapetite. Formed…
Significance of pellicle
Protective layer, lubrication, attachment of calculus and bac…
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Chapter 15: Evolutionary Theory
artificial selection
natural selection
evolution
derived trait
selective breeding to produce desired traits
theory of evolution developed by darwin, based on four ideas…
hereditary changes in groups of living organisms over time
new feature that had not appeared in common ancestors
artificial selection
selective breeding to produce desired traits
natural selection
theory of evolution developed by darwin, based on four ideas…
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Music Theory Chapter 15
What is a Deceptive Cadence?
What is a Ts?
Which chords are Tonic Substitutes?
What is Deceptive Resolution?
V-vi or V-VI... Avoids the expected tonic resolution
A tonic substitute
Usually III and VI (iii and vi)
Where V goes to VI in the middle of a phrase, where a cadence…
What is a Deceptive Cadence?
V-vi or V-VI... Avoids the expected tonic resolution
What is a Ts?
A tonic substitute
EMBALMING THEORY II CHAPTER 15
What does surface embalming treat?
What areas can you surface embalm?
when you have a non viewable area for…
What does hypodermic embalming involve?
Treats under embalmed skin, burns, surface lesions, and skin…
lips,eyelids,nose,
use powders,gels, cavity packs, covered in plastic garments
needles in varying length, hide injection sites, within hairl…
What does surface embalming treat?
Treats under embalmed skin, burns, surface lesions, and skin…
What areas can you surface embalm?
lips,eyelids,nose,
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Chapter 15- Darwin's Theory of Evolution
evolution
theory
fossil
natural variation
The change in a kind of organism over time; process by which…
A well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of obser…
Any preserved remains or evidence of an ancient organism.
The differences among individuals of a species that occur by…
evolution
The change in a kind of organism over time; process by which…
theory
A well-tested explanation that unifies a broad range of obser…
The Theory of Evolution Chapter 15
Artificial Selection
Natural Selection
Mimicry
Camouflage
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
A mechanism for change in population.
A structural adaptation that enables one species to resemble…
An adaptation that enables species to blend in with their sur…
Artificial Selection
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
Natural Selection
A mechanism for change in population.
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Theory Chapter 15
While assessing a patient, the nurse o…
The nurse sits down to talk with a pat…
A patient on a surgical unit develops…
A nurse has worked on an oncology unit…
Problem solving
Diagnostic reasoning
Conducting reflective practice
Analyticity... Self-confidence
While assessing a patient, the nurse o…
Problem solving
The nurse sits down to talk with a pat…
Diagnostic reasoning
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Structuration theory (Chapter 15)
Who is the theorist?
Explain - Structures
Distinction between concept of system…
Explain - Fresh act
Anthony Giddens, Scott Poole, David Seibold & Robert Mcphee.
The rules that we create restrict our behavior however these…
Structure: ... The rules and resources used to sustain a group o…
Every action or behavior results in the production of somethi…
Who is the theorist?
Anthony Giddens, Scott Poole, David Seibold & Robert Mcphee.
Explain - Structures
The rules that we create restrict our behavior however these…
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Chapter 15 Darwins theory of evolution
Evolution
Theory
1831
The beagle
the process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
A well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
What year did Darwin set sail?
What was the name of the ship darwin set sail?
Evolution
the process by which different kinds of living organisms are…
Theory
A well-supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
Chapter 15-Kinetic Theory
Effects of heat and pressure on matter
Pressure
It is measured in terms of
Standard Atmospheric Pressure
1) All matter made of small particles (atoms, ions, molecules…
A measure of the force of the collision and the number of col…
force/unit area
Measured at sea level, defined as the pressure which supports…
Effects of heat and pressure on matter
1) All matter made of small particles (atoms, ions, molecules…
Pressure
A measure of the force of the collision and the number of col…
Chapter 15: Structuration Theory
System
Structure
Structuration
Assumptions of Structuration Theory (T…
a group or organization and the behaviors that the group enga…
the rules and resources used to sustain a group or organization
Production, reproduction and transformation of social environ…
1) groups and organizations are produced and reproduced throu…
System
a group or organization and the behaviors that the group enga…
Structure
the rules and resources used to sustain a group or organization
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Theory Chapter 15
What is ADHD?
What is CD?
What is hereditability coefficient?
What are risk factors?
researchers shown that there is a significant factor between…
there is a correlation b/w adhd & cd. Track of disruptive beh…
degree for which intelligence is inherited. 60% of scientist…
alcoholism, low IQ, adhd, cd. are indicators. Biosocial
What is ADHD?
researchers shown that there is a significant factor between…
What is CD?
there is a correlation b/w adhd & cd. Track of disruptive beh…
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Comm Theory Chapter 15
elaboration likelihood model
central route
message elaboration
peripheral route
-richard petty and john cacioppo... -attitudes are important in…
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
-the extent to which a person carefully thinks about issue-re…
a mental shortcut process that accepts or rejects a message b…
elaboration likelihood model
-richard petty and john cacioppo... -attitudes are important in…
central route
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
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Chapter 15 Skin Theory
skin
dermatology
as the largest organ of the body
integumentary system
the largest organ of the body
the study of the skin, its structures, functions, diseases an…
the skin covers the entire body and protects it from invasion…
the skin and its layers make up this system of the body
skin
the largest organ of the body
dermatology
the study of the skin, its structures, functions, diseases an…
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Chapter 15 Comm Theory
Richard Petty and John Cacioppo two ba…
central route
the peripheral route
Robert Ciadini has identified six cues
the central route and the peripheral route
involves message elaboration, defined as the extent to which…
process the messages without an active thinking about attribu…
reciprocity, consistency, social proof liking authority scarc…
Richard Petty and John Cacioppo two ba…
the central route and the peripheral route
central route
involves message elaboration, defined as the extent to which…
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QA Chapter 15 Theory
both factors have a combined effect on…
An ANOVA conducted on a design in whic…
Positive skewed
MSB/MSE is high.
In a two-way ANOVA with interaction, a significant interactio…
Which of the following is correct?
The shape of the F-statistic distribution is___
You want to make a strong case that the different groups you…
both factors have a combined effect on…
In a two-way ANOVA with interaction, a significant interactio…
An ANOVA conducted on a design in whic…
Which of the following is correct?
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Chapter 15 Skin Theory
Allergy
Inflammation
Chronic
Acute
sensitivity that may develop from contact with normally harml…
objective symptom (one you see) : redness, pain, swelling, an…
conditions that are frequent and habitual
conditions that are brief and severe
Allergy
sensitivity that may develop from contact with normally harml…
Inflammation
objective symptom (one you see) : redness, pain, swelling, an…
CJ Theory: Chapter 15
Sampson and Laub
Age-Crime Curve
Integrated Theory
Elliott and colleagues'
Social bonds was studied by hoods, environment vs. social beh…
Curve peaks approx. 17 years old... Steep incline from 7-17, the…
explanation of crime merging 2 or more theories into a single…
Integrated Stain-Control Theory.... Strain, control and social l…
Sampson and Laub
Social bonds was studied by hoods, environment vs. social beh…
Age-Crime Curve
Curve peaks approx. 17 years old... Steep incline from 7-17, the…
CJUS Theory Chapter 15
1. ATM skimming-
2. Computer worm-
3. Cyberbullying-
4. Cybercrime-
Using an electronic device or camera that copies information…
Programs that attack computer networks (or the Internet) by s…
Willful and repeated harm inflicted through the medium of ele…
The use of modern technology for criminal purposes.
1. ATM skimming-
Using an electronic device or camera that copies information…
2. Computer worm-
Programs that attack computer networks (or the Internet) by s…
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Com Theory Chapter 15
Altruistic Democracy
Authoritarian Theory
Canalization
Correlation
The value that implies that politics should be based on the p…
The first rationale or theory of the press, that of a press s…
One of three conditions of media effectiveness in which the m…
A function of the mass media: the selection and interpretatio…
Altruistic Democracy
The value that implies that politics should be based on the p…
Authoritarian Theory
The first rationale or theory of the press, that of a press s…
Chapter 15 Skin Theory
Allergy
Inflammation
Chronic
Acute
sensitivity that may develop from contact with normally harml…
objective symptom (one you see) : redness, pain, swelling, an…
conditions that are frequent and habitual
conditions that are brief and severe
Allergy
sensitivity that may develop from contact with normally harml…
Inflammation
objective symptom (one you see) : redness, pain, swelling, an…
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Chapter 15: Structuration Theory
structuration
systems
structure
Assumption 1
social institutions are produced, reproduced, and transformed…
group organization and behaviors that group engages to pursue…
rules and resources members use to create and sustain system
Groups and organizations are produced and reproduced through…
structuration
social institutions are produced, reproduced, and transformed…
systems
group organization and behaviors that group engages to pursue…
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chapter 15 comm theory
central route
message elaboration
peripheral route
need for cognition
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
the extent to which a person carefully thinks about issue-rel…
a mental shortcut process that accepts or rejects a message b…
desire for cognitive clarity; an enjoyment of thinking throug…
central route
message elaboration; the path of cognitive processing that in…
message elaboration
the extent to which a person carefully thinks about issue-rel…
CommTheory Chapter 15
People who are highly ego-involved in…
_____ is a perceptual error that happe…
Sherif claimed listeners used their ow…
Bochner and Insko's sleep experiment d…
FALSE
Contrast
all of the above
the boomerang effect
People who are highly ego-involved in…
FALSE
_____ is a perceptual error that happe…
Contrast
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Biology - Chapter 15 The Theory of Evolution
analogous structure
artificial selection
camouflage
embryo
structures that do not have a common evolutionary origin but…
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
structural adaptation that enable species to blend with their…
earliest stage of growth and development of both plants and a…
analogous structure
structures that do not have a common evolutionary origin but…
artificial selection
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
Mgmt Theory and Practice Chapter 15
Decision Making
Theory of Rational Choice
Bounded Rationality
Satisficing
The process of identifying issues and making choices from alt…
The theory that individuals make decisions based on a rationa…
A set of boundaries or constraints that tend to complicate th…
The act of choosing a solution that is good enough
Decision Making
The process of identifying issues and making choices from alt…
Theory of Rational Choice
The theory that individuals make decisions based on a rationa…
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Biology Chapter 15 - The Theory of Evolution
evolution
artificial selection
natural selection
mimicry
changes in populations over time
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
mechanisms for change in populations; occurs when organisms w…
structural adaptation that enables one species to resemble an…
evolution
changes in populations over time
artificial selection
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
Chapter 15: Skin Theory
The skin is the ______ organ of the body
Dermatology
How many basic functions does the skin…
The sebum of the skin, also know as th…
Largest. It is sensitive and supremely durable and requires s…
The study of the skin, its structure, diseases, and treatment
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acid mantle... protective barrier to prevent bacteria from invad…
The skin is the ______ organ of the body
Largest. It is sensitive and supremely durable and requires s…
Dermatology
The study of the skin, its structure, diseases, and treatment
chapter 15: theory of evolution
Evolution —
Georges Cuvier —
Charles Lyell —
Jean Baptiste Lamarck —
a change in the hereditary features of a species over time: d…
studied fossils found in exposed strata (layers of rock). Pro…
Promoted the idea of uniformitarianism (geologic processes fr…
tried to explain how organisms change over time with the Theo…
Evolution —
a change in the hereditary features of a species over time: d…
Georges Cuvier —
studied fossils found in exposed strata (layers of rock). Pro…
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Chapter 15 Darwin's Theory of Evolution
evolution
theory
James Hutton and Charles Lyell
Jean-Baptiste Lamarck
change over time, the process that modern organisms have desc…
a well supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
scientists who proposed the Earth was millions of years old d…
he proposed that by selective use or disuse of organs, organi…
evolution
change over time, the process that modern organisms have desc…
theory
a well supported testable explanation of phenomena that have…
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The skin theory chapter 15.1
Dermatology
The skin
Sensation
Secretion
The study of the skin its structure,functions,deseases and tr…
As the largest organ of the body,covers the entire body and p…
Feelings generated by the nerve endings just under the outer…
The skin secretes sebum a complex mixture of fatty substances…
Dermatology
The study of the skin its structure,functions,deseases and tr…
The skin
As the largest organ of the body,covers the entire body and p…
Chapter 15- Theory of Evolution
analogous structure
artificial selection
camoflauge
embryo
similarities among unrelated species that result from converg…
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
An adaptation that allows an organism to blend in with its en…
An organism in the earliest stage of development
analogous structure
similarities among unrelated species that result from converg…
artificial selection
Breeding organisms with specific traits in order to produce o…
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Chapter 15 Psych Theory
Psychotherapy for?
biomedical therapies
antipsychotic drugs
antidepressant drugd
to help people with mental,emotional,or behavioral problems.…
drug, electroconvulsive and psychosurgery
reduce positive symptoms of schizophrenia
control effectiveness in mood disorders
Psychotherapy for?
to help people with mental,emotional,or behavioral problems.…
biomedical therapies
drug, electroconvulsive and psychosurgery
Chapter 15: The Theory of Evolution
Darwin's Theory of Evolution via _____…
Typically, all the offspring of a spec…
Within every population there exists _…
Some members of a species possess ____…
natural selection
do not survive
variation
advantageous variation
Darwin's Theory of Evolution via _____…
natural selection
Typically, all the offspring of a spec…
do not survive
Chapter 15- The Theory of Evolution
artificial selection
natural selection
mimicry
camouflage
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
Darwin's theory which says that organisms best adapted to the…
structural adaption that enables one species to resemble anot…
structural adaption that enables species to blend with their…
artificial selection
process of breeding organisms with specific traits in order t…
natural selection
Darwin's theory which says that organisms best adapted to the…
Theory of evolution, Chapter 15
Evolution
Came up with natural selection
Natural selection
Structural
change in populations over time
Darwin
organisms survive, reproduce, and pass their variations to th…
develop over millions of years
Evolution
change in populations over time
Came up with natural selection
Darwin
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