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    Implicit Attitude

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    The term ‘attitude’ is widely used in everyday language to refer to one’s opinion about something, or the behaviour linked to it. We develop attitudes towards anything we can interact with, ranging from people or social groups, animals, objects, situations or specific behaviors. Defined by Allport as a key concept in social psychology (1935, p.798), attitudes help us deal with everything around us and, ultimately, define us as individuals and social group members. This essay will cover how…

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    Ergonomic Workstation

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    Our Research proposal objectives are to determine if ergonomic workstations in the clinical laboratory will reduce the risk of occupational injuries. Our literature review will analyze published data regarding ergonomic implementation in the workplace. We will then formulate an argument to explain the purpose of our study. Conclusively, a research design will express our recommendations for how to develop and implement successful ergonomic workstations for clinical laboratory technologists.…

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    Disney Beauty Stereotypes

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    DATA AND METHODS Current Study The purpose of this study is to investigate the depiction of beauty in animated Disney princess films and measure the consequences that the portrayal of beauty has on young girl’s individual self-esteem levels. The hypothesis of this study, states that young girls who idolize the beauty standards of Disney princesses will have lower self-esteem levels than young girls who do not idolize Disney princesses standard of beauty. I expected that young girls who have…

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    Guttmann Scale

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    this, I will be using a Guttmann scale. This will enable me to incorporate both a dichotomous scale and a Likert scale. A dichotomous scale is when a question has two possible responses. A Likert scale is a type of rating scale that measures how someone feels about a certain topic containing degrees of feeling. With multiple Likert questions in a survey Cronbach’s alpha helps measure its reliability. Cronbach’s alpha is computed by correlating the score for each scale item with the total score…

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    How Does Alien Life Exist

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    Where No Man Has Gone Before “Two possibilities exist: Either we are alone in the universe or we are not. Both are equally terrifying” (A.C. Clarke, n.d.) Since the discovery of the greater universe, mankind has looked to the stars and wondered whether or not other forms of intelligent life were among them. Some say that humanity is alone in the cold void of outer space, claiming that other civilizations would have found Earth by now had they existed in the first place. Others believe that…

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    a tornado? The first topic I will be telling you about is the F scale. Did you know the person who invented the F scale went to the University of Chicago. The second topic is about tornadoes and about 1,200 tornadoes hit the U.S. each year. My final topic is over storm chasers. I learned that storm chasers park southeast of the tornado because usually it is the safest place to park. There are two different types of scales.The F scale was developed by Dr. Theodore Fujita. After the tornado hits,…

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    Hurricanes Research Paper

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    Hurricanes Hurricanes form when warm ocean water evaporates into energy. When the water vapor condenses it sends out energy. The energy builds up and drives the wind of the hurricane Once the hurricane is overland the energy reduces. Hurricane winds are not as strong as tornado wind. Hurricanes can last days. Hurricanes are hundreds of kilos wide. Hurricanes can cause big waves that can cause flooding. Tornadoes Many layers, of the tornado go in many different directions and speeds. Between…

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    1. What things would you have to consider when building a shelter? When building a shelter the first thing I will consider is the weather. Depending of the weather of where I am building my shelter will determine on how strong and sturdy I would have to build my shelter. With taking into consideration the changing seasons, I would make sure I had a strong roof that would not sink in when it rained or snowed. Also, I would build strong poles to hold my roof so it does not easily collapse when it…

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    Hurricanes and tornados are both forms of natural disasters that have the potential to cause great devastation. They are caused by the unpredictability in atmospheric environments. A common delusion is that they are the same type of system, but with a different name; however, this is far from being true. Hurricanes and tornadoes have similar traits, but they also have many differences. Although they both share similar makings and features, they are different structures altogether. Both…

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    Behavioral pain assessment tools are able to detect pain, but they have little evidence in identifying the intensity or location of pain (Lukas et al., 2012). The pain scales can also inaccurately detect pain if behaviors are present for other reasons of distress such as anxiety or hunger (Lukas et al., 2012). The current clinical guidelines for pain assessment in older adults recommends that nurses use an individualized…

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