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    Summary: The Eaton Centre

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    our services to the level of importance placed on that variable by the customer. If we notice that respondents care deeply about the online ordering process, then we are obliged to make the process as easy and convenient as possible. This results in more effective channels of purchase, which is a benefit for…

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    Fear is a two part behavior, the respondent component is the physiological responses from the stimuli, anxiety. The second part is operant, in that a person will avoid or flee a stimulus until the response decreases (Koehler, 2015). This is negative reinforcement, as it is the removal of the adverse stimuli. Together these responses make up fear (Miltenberger, 2015). Therefore, Jackie’s situation could be explained as both respondent (also known as classical) conditioning, and operant…

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    What were Pavlov’s initial observations that prompted his experiments on respondent conditioning? (pg. 332) Pavlov initially implanted tubes into the dogs’ gland to measure the amount of secretion. When his assistant would present food to the dogs, they would salivate. After some time, they noticed that the dogs would salivate whenever the assistant entered the room, irrespective of whether he had food or not. b. Then describe the exact analogy between those observed events and the events…

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    Psychological Analysis Reading the facts of Respondent Hansen’s case led me to believe that he suffers from a diagnosable mental disorder. The mental disorder that would best describe Respondent Hansen’s case is pedophilic disorder. The symptoms that are generally associated with this diagnosis, pedophilic disorder, is that the defendant, in this case, Respondent Hansen, would need to have intense, recurrent, and occurring sexually arousing urges, behaviors, or fantasies that is involved with…

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    Respondent is not subject to INA 236(c) because she has no criminal history and should not be detained indefinitely unless there is a risk to person or property or pose a risk to national security. Matter of Adeniji (BIA 1999); Matter of Patel, (BIA-1976). Respondent is not a threat to national security is not likely to abscond and is not a poor bail risk. Ms. Pan has a brother who lives in NY and is willing and able to support her while her case is pending before the Court. (Exhibit ).…

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    B. F. Skinner took psychology and made it into a science. He believed that it was not internal forces that directed the personality but external stimuli. Instead of studying people he chose to study animals, rats and pigeons. It is interesting how he took an idea that worked to train animals and transferred that information to train people. Using Ivan Pavlov’s experiment conditioning dogs with a bell, hungry rats in a box and hours of research, he decided that the basic drive for behavior is…

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    Petitioner Case Study

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    submits before this Hon’ble Court that the Petitioner got married to the Respondent on 02/02/2006 at Shri Bakkiya Mahal, KGP Plaza, Muthiraipalayam, Puducherry, before the elders of both the families according to the Hindu Rites and Customs and the marriage were arranged by Mr. Natarajan elder brother of the respondent and marriage was registered on 19/02/2010, at Marriage Officer, Oulgaret, Puducherry. The Petitioner lived a peaceful and happy life for only 3 months from the date of marriage.…

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    H & M Sales Case Study

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    Based on the results, the data was found that 58% of respondents from ZARA customers were satisfied with the staffs that serve the customers really fast which is much more than H&M customers that was only 48%. The results can be shown that only 2% and 1% that they were strongly dissatisfied with service which was too slow to serve the customers. In contrast, there were about 24% of respondents from H&M customers were dissatisfied. And only 7% of ZARA customers were dissatisfied. This issue can…

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    Green Tea Questionnaire

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    and fig. 4.1.1 shows that 54% of the respondents from the age group 20-30 years who mostly preferred Green tea while 24% is preferred by the age group 30-40 years and 13% by below 20 years while only 9% of the respondents of age group is above 40 years who preferred Green tea. The above data in table 4.1.2 and fig. 4.1.2 shows the gender of respondents, which shows 52% of respondents are Male and 48% are Female. The above table 4.1.3 and…

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    one ought to acquire the consent of the respondents. Ninety respondents agreed to take part in the online survey, whose participation was strictly on a voluntary basis.…

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