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    Have you ever wondered what drives you to do the things that you do? Why do I get mad so easily? Was I born this way? Using the Hartman Color Code one may find the answers to the previous questions. Finding out what motivates us as human beings will help one further understand personal and interpersonal interaction, as well as, our ability to work in groups successfully. Dr. Taylor Hartman is a former professor from California State University who has coached businesses and individuals for over 30 years. His work revolves around understanding the uniqueness of personalities and relationships (The Power of Color: What Does Your Color Say About You?). Hartman developed the Color Code in 1987 and is used to gauge how one’s clock ticks and helps to understand that everyone is driven by a core motive. Said motive determines ones’ behavior, your needs and wants. Anyone who takes the assessment is predominantly one of four colors: Red, Blue, Yellow, or White however, our colors can intermingle and mix together like a confetti cake of definitive personality. Independently, each color indicates a certain motive: Red for power, Blue for intimacy, Yellow for merriment, and White for neutrality. “By identifying our core color, we can come to understand our key traits, strengths and limitations. In…

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    of social media we normally group social media into eight types based on the available sites. Let us analysis each type of available and most common types of social media among the people in detail. Social networking services that let people get connected with the other people based on the similarity in their interest and background. It consist of a user profile, various methods to get interacted with other available users, possibility to form groups, post status, make comments on recent news…

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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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    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…

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    Evidence-based practice is important to clinicians when providing care but how do we know that the evidence used to manage our practices is validated and will provide the quality we seek? How does one determine if the information available is truly best practices and evidence-based? When searching for information regarding a certain subject, one must be able to sift through the mountain of data and conclude if the report given by the research is true and valid. Melnyk & Fineout-Overholt…

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    GDO Research Essay

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    One of the biggest reasons for revisions of the GDO was to increase the validity and reliability of the test. Original versions 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…

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    What do you think? In those three specific areas, is identity exploration greater in adolescence or emerging adulthood? What are you basing your opinion on? o I think these three areas of identity explosion; love, work, and worldviews are depended on our experiences during childhood. According to Freud’s theory, our personality would be completed by age 5 or 6 years old. In the other words, the experiences that during after that age, would impact to shape our personality but before that age are…

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    family’s income is less than $50,000. However, some families with multiple kids in college, who earn greater than $50,000 may also qualify. • Work Study may have hours per week limit. Some states have higher minimum wage than the federal government • The Federal Stafford (Direct) loans are capped at $5,500 to $7,500 depending on which year it is for the student in college, for example, $7,500 may be applicable freshmen year, but less is true sophomore, junior and senior year. • Many colleges…

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    Tone Threshold Paper

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    Tone Threshold (P/No), p, ERB and k values for each both study participants. Participant 1 Participant 2 Δf Δf/f Tone Threshold (P/No) p ERB k Tone Threshold (P/No) p ERB k 19.9 401 -.52 13.2 606 -.81 0 0 20.83 19.70 - 150 0.075 16.76 17.15 250 0.125 13.52 15.14 350 0.175 10.06 13.00 550 0.275 2.74 8.42 750 0.375 -4.89 3.60 Table 1 . Results The purpose of this research was to illustrate and compare the differences in shapes of auditory…

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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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