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    Brain Training Essay

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    The 2015 study, “The Effect of an Online Cognitive Training Package in Healthy Older Adults: An Online Randomized Controlled Study” was a much more successful and applicable research study. The utilization of different training sessions which tested 6 different measures of cognition is especially important since cognition and brain functioning vary so much person to person. The nomothetic approach of only allowing participants who are older adults furthers the possible application of this data. This study took place over half a year which is about 4 times longer than the 2010 study that disagrees with brain training. This increases the amount of time dedicated to training sessions, and cognition may take a long time to improve, but it also increases the amount of time…

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    González-Menéndez, Fernández, Rodríguez, and Villagrá (2013) studied the effects of Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT) on 37 female inmates were incarcerated for a drug-related crime; participants were not abstinent from substances at the beginning of the study. Participants were randomly assigned to ACT or Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) and data was collected for two years (González-Menéndez, 2013). The purpose of the study was to determine the long-term efficacy of ACT on drug abuse…

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    to be equipped with crucial digital competencies in order to effectively participate in the economic, political and social aspects of this new age and how digital literacies are a pillar of the 21st century” (Chen, 2015). Technology continually impacts our society in giant ways and as educators it is our job to set our students up for success. Teachers are helping prepare our youth for the future which includes getting them prepared for entering the workforce. As technology impacts our society…

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    after viewing the video due to their substantial positive skewness. Data Findings A significant effect of time on perceived feelings of tension and anxiety was found, t(67) = -3.12, p = .003, d = -.38, with tension-anxiety scores after viewing the video being higher (M = .97, SD = .15) compared to tension-anxiety scores before viewing the video (M = .93, SD = .13). Although the effect size was small to moderate our first hypothesis was supported. A 95% confidence interval of [-.07, -.02]…

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    Race And Traffic Violation

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    has completed the survey he or she will be directed to a thank you page. Design & Analysis It is expected that race and gender have an effect on the number of traffic violations. The independent variable is gender and race. Gender is the state of being male or female with biological and social aspects. There are two levels male and female. It is measured by how the participant identifies themselves in the survey. He or she will do this by checking male or female. In this study there are two…

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    The conclusions that both psychodynamic therapy and cognitive behavior therapy are effective methods of treatment for personality is supported statistically. The evaluation of the meta-analysis yielded an overall effect size of 1.46 and 1.00 respectively including only sources that used standardized methods of diagnosis for personality disorders; studies that applied reliable and valid instruments for assessment and reported data that allowed calculation of with-in group effect sizes or…

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    Table 5 shows the results of the analysis. In Model one, the bivariate relationship between extraversion and hourly wages indicates a positive effect of extraversion. One point increases in extraversion would lead to 28.4% increase in hourly wages (e0.25=1.284). For those who have a zero on extraversion, they can earn 2.832 (e1.041=2.832) dollar per hour. The bivariate result supports my hypothesis 1 before controlling other variables. That is, extraversion has a positive effect on wages.…

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    hospitalization of CVA (cerebrovascular accident) (Victoria et al.). Any form of music intervention contributes to a more rapid recovery after strokes such as CVA, in which the incorporation of music leads to a more positive effect on the upper limbs in comparison to regular therapy without music intervention. Receptive music therapy contributes to a more speedy and precision recovery with a more smooth movement in limbs with patients who have suffered…

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    roughly 0.2095, which means that circa 20.95% of all variations in the hourly wage are accounted for by this model. For my second model (See: Exhibit 3), I aimed to evaluate the differences in hourly wages between less physically attractive men and less physically attractive women. In order to identify this potential difference, an interaction variable between “female” and “belavg” (fembelavg=female*belavg) must be included in the model. With the added interaction variable, the results…

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    Ankle Sprains

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    In Willems et al’s study of proprioception deficits among athletes with high rates of recurring lateral ankle sprains, they found that almost all of their subjects tended to under shoot the needed ankle during the test (Willems et al., 2002). In this study they had 4 groups of athletes to study. The control group were individuals who had no prior ankle injuries (Willems et al., 2002). The Instability group were individuals that had suffered from more than three inversion sprains and complained…

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