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  • BS , Oakland University, 2007
  • MS (IP), NOVA Southeastern University, 2012


  • English Language and Literature
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Procedures for Data Screening

Address the following items:
How does data screening differ from data cleaning?
What part of data screening checks for the actual number of responses you have for each variable?
How is data screening related to the assumptions of the statistic you will choose to analyze your data?

Psychology / Positive Psychology » 604026

Character analysis of Gabriel from James Joyce's The Dead.

Analyze the character of Gabriel as an inhabitant of the modern wasteland as it is depicted in "the Dead" by James Joyce. You may want to use portions of Eiot's poem "The Wasteland", Part I, to establish some basic characteristics. Note especially the following themes in the story as they affect G READ MORE »

English Language and Literature / Literature & Arts » 435229

Case Study Bumble Bee

I need some help GETTING STARTED with this assignment
The Final Project

A superior Final Project demonstrates breadth and depth of knowledge and critical thinking appropriate for graduate-level scholarship. The paper portion of this project must follow the Publication Manual of the Ameri READ MORE »

Psychology / Abnormal Psychology / Mental Health and the Law » 606354

Cognitive Psychology: Stereotyping and Prejudice

explores how cognitive psychology is used in the development of high-stakes academic competency tests to mitigate prejudice and stereotyping in the test items. Include the following:

1. A brief review of the theories of cognitive psychology and their applications to learning and instruction.


Psychology / Social Psychology / Social Psychology Theories and Theorists » 607653

Contrast a film's story and a film's plot.

Explain the difference between a film's story and a film's plot. Use a specific film to illustrate your point of view. In the film you chose, are the events presented chronologically or are they presented non-linearly? What might a filmmaker's intentions be when he or she chooses to present events c READ MORE »

English Language and Literature / Language » 435133
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