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    This observation took place at the Central Citrus Little League Ball filed. The subjects were a combination of four and five-year-old boys. The young beginner athletes were actively participating in warm-up sessions, just prior to game play, as well as game performance on the field. The players were only able to remain focused for short periods of time. However, they do have the ability to follow simple instructions like running to the line, picking up a ball, and running back. Waiting their turn was challenging though. Many of the players wanted to either go first, which meant they pushed their way in front, or they ran off to do something else while waiting their turn. Both the 4-year old boys and 5-year old boys were able to use their Gross-Motor Skills with little effort. For instance, players started, stopped, turned, threw, and ran appropriately for their age group. With some help from the coaches, players formed two lines in preparation for relay races. Two boys at a time, ran to line, grabbed a ball from the ground, and ran back. Running was fairly smooth and quick for both age groups. One noticeable performance that each boy exhibited was pretending to fall at the finish line. Although, I believe once one 4-year old player demonstrated this act, the others merely followed. While this was in deed a race to the finish line, most of the boys ran side-by-side, with one slowing their pace down so the other runner could catch up. They seemed unfamiliar with…

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    Tone Threshold Paper

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    This was conducted by introducing three different age groups including ages six, ten and nineteen. Each age group included two individuals making a total of 6 study participants. Furthermore, the study also included three levels of a signal including 500 Hz, 1000 Hz and 3000 Hz therefore the current study could be attributed as presenting another level of signal for an older age group. However, when comparing the results from the current study to Irwin et al. (1986), it should be taken with…

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    facility, although they did not say how the recruiting was accomplished. Goodman et al. used a screening tool to identify individuals with substance use disorders (SUD) to control the selection of participants. The study participants included 31 youth from an urban area (“16 females, 14 males, and 1 unreported” (p. 93); reported ages 17-25) and had entered a recovery program within the past year (40%) or had been involved with a program longer than one year (50%) (the authors report data from…

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    GDO Research Essay

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    based their sampling off of a small group of Caucasian, middle class children (Dalton, 2005; Guddemi et al, 20142; Gesell, 1925) resulting in high criticism. The Gesell Institute made an effort to make the findings of the GDO-R more generalizable. The following information concerning sampling, reliability and validity are based primarily on the findings by the Gesell Institute, published in the 2012 Technical Report. The sample used for standardization was chosen based on convenience, from…

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    • What is emerging adulthood? o Emerging adulthood is proposed as a new conception of development for the period from late teens through the twenties, with a focus on ages 18-25. • What changes have led to this new developmental period (18 – 25)? o It is for many people a time of frequent change as various possibilities in love, work, and worldviews are explored o Sweeping demographic shifts have taken place over the past half century that has made the late teens and early twenties not simply a…

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    Lack of demographic information heavily limits the results of the study as well as limits the cultural relevance of the study. Future studies should seek to enhance cultural diversity by collecting demographic information and seeking to provide data which is representative of multiple cultural groups. A second cultural consideration of the study is the location, a prison in Spain. Spain has decriminalized drugs and thus policies, both in prison and in the country, could impact views on treatment…

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    Today in modern society, the right of free speech is generally regarded as an entitlement an individual has. However, this particular entitlement, which is rooted in deep-seated beliefs that anyone is qualified to emphasize anything they please, can often cause friction and overall conflict on many levels. In most cases, the use of language in mediums such as radio, television, and books are restricted by censorship to a certain extent for a variety of reasons. The central reason is mainly…

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    Wicksteed Park

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    On our analysis of Wicksteed Park, we found that on average that more men then woman visit the park. During our findings, we found that out of 10 people, 70% were male this equates to a ratio 7:3 men to women. This could be down to the fact that the park is more aimed at theme park rides. Generally, this is more enjoyed by males than females. Another reason may be why I gained these results could be down to the fact of where I was when I observed a number of people walking by at the given time.…

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    Dell Market Segmentation

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    Gather Information about Market Segment & Consumers This assessment requires that the candidate gather this information and develop a portfolio and presentation that includes the following: 1. A market segment profile. Dell computers are one of the most popular systems in the world now, which are majorly different in terms of direct channel marketing and promotion policy. Moreover it is worldwide known for designing and producing personal computers, enterprise products like servers as well as…

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    3. Consumer Behavior Analysis 3.1 Consumer profile Demographic Generally speaking, The North Face customers are adults aged between 25 and 45. They are usually from middle-middle to upper-middle class. Hence, they are prone to extreme sports and able to afford the relatively high price of The North Face products. Behavioral Most of its customers love nature and are interested in outdoor activities. They frequently participate in activities such as hiking, skiing, and backpacking. Thus, they…

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