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Psychology

Topic: What is infant mental health and how do early experiences shape developme

Topic:
What is infant mental health and how do early experiences shape development. What are ghosts or angels in the nursery? We have discussed various risk and protective factors (prematurity, maternal depression, poverty, neglect, etc.). Please define and discuss 4 different risk factors and identify 2 protective factors. How do these factors influence development?
Paper should be 5-7 pages double space and follow APA formatting.

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Other / Sports Nutrition

Each student will research and report one topic and how the information relates

Each student will research and report one topic and how the information relates to the material and topics of the semester course. Topic information is at the discretion of the student but must be relative to sports nutrition and the materials learned over the semester. Research projects must be typed and in Microsoft Word format.

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Sociology

There is 7 questions in total, you can pick whatever you want, please tell me af

There is 7 questions in total, you can pick whatever you want, please tell me after you picked your opinion, I will send you readings if there is any.
Essay guideline, lecture note: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/10sNLmGdlndhmZogfa7u_AE82SW2e1HVd?usp=sharing

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Linguistics

The speakers of Old English believed that language was magical. We even still r

The speakers of Old English believed that language was magical. We even still retain the word ‘spell’ (like a magical spell) from this idea–that, literally, writing was creating magic. Bards and other crafty users of language were held in high regard–whenever there was a big battle, scops (Anglo-Saxon word for one of these special poets) would wander the battlefields, without worry about getting injured or taken hostage or anything, simply so they could gather details to write great poems! The Anglo-Saxon belief (which most of the Classical world held, too) was that if people remembered your name and your story, you would ‘live’, in a sense, forever! So poetry was serious business, the stuff of immortality!
We’re going to work a little magic of our own:
Last week we tried our hands at translating some Anglo-Saxon poetry to Modern English. That was fun, right?
This week, we’re going to try it the OTHER way–taking something modern, and translating it so that it looks like an Anglo-Saxon poem.
NO I do not expect you to translate into a dead language! But you can look at our example linked below, and learn how Anglo-Saxon poetry WORKS (hint: not rhyme) and try to make a modern song or poem fit!
Old English Poetry: Let’s look at a good translation of an Old English poem, (actually, the very first Old English poem!) and then read this quick one page article about writing them. This article has KEY information as to what Old English poetry looks and sounds like. THEN, take a modern song you like and ‘translate’ it into this style of verse–using meter and alliteration as our Anglo-Saxon speakers did. (Your poem will be in good old 21st Century English, but it is the FORM of the poetry you are translating to!)
The following links provided below are will be needed to complete the assignment they will assist you.
How to write it
https://web.archive.org/web/20210308113503/https://hugohouse.org/how-to-write-your-own-anglo-saxon-poetry/
An example
http://thehypertexts.com/Cædmon%27s%20Hymn%20Translation.htm
The song lyrics you will be translating, “Can’t you hear me knocking”- The Rolling Stones.
https://new.songmeanings.com/songs/view/45059
Also I will attach files of screenshots from the textbook.
If you to cite please use what was provided, no other sources are to be used thank you. You don’t need to cite the song.

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Psychology

Hello, I have attached some previous readings from my class that can be used for

Hello, I have attached some previous readings from my class that can be used for references if needed. The addition to my life will be added on my own. However, I was considered to be in the Boomerang family, born prematurely where my mom obtained no prenatal care during her pregnancy. I hope this sheds some light on what is needed to complete my paper.

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English 101

For this assignment you will be telling a story. You do not need to be the focu

For this assignment you will be telling a story.
You do not need to be the focus of the story, but you do need to be involved in some way.
Think about a time when something did not go right, or a time when something went really well, a time when you were challenged in some way.
The story can be fiction, non-fiction, reality or imagined.
The story must be 3 to 4 pages long.
You need a thesis for your story. This is the main argument of what happened or what was supposed to happen.
Then, make sure that your paragraphs relate directly to the thesis.
As an added element, you must use 3 ideas or concepts from this week and last weeks’ reading to inform the story. After the story is written, you will write a 2 to 3 paragraph rationale (this is separate from the 3 to 4 pages for the story) for how the readings informed your story.
How did they influence you? What did you do with this information.
You have a lot of freedom here, but you must be able to explain how the readings influenced your essay.
Strong Suggestions:
Get our attention early.
The body of the essay should be loaded with details and all of the necessary context. Be vivid.
Explain what happened.
Wrap the story up. Write a thoughtful conclusion. Think about what you want your audience to take away from this story.

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Philosophy

For this week we will do week 7 questions are found in uploaded files and labele

For this week we will do week 7
questions are found in uploaded files and labeled by the week that are founds.
Feel free to also share any books, movies, or other fun media you’ve seen/enjoyed that ponders similar questions!

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Marketing

Having watched and completed a practice conjoint analysis, it’s time to apply yo

Having watched and completed a practice conjoint analysis, it’s time to apply your skills and replicate the conjoint analysis using a new data set.
The data file is provided to you below (carpets_prefs_extended). Similar to the practice exercise, this data is about carpets, the 22 combinations of carpets are listed, however, there are now 25 consumers surveyed for each of the combinations to provide their ratings.
Note: a higher score means ‘more preferred’ by customers.
The carpets differ based on the same factors as seen in the previous exercise:
Package design – A*, B*, C*
Brand name – Glory, K2R, Bissell
Price per unit size – $1.19; $1.39; $1.59
Is there a Good Housekeeping seal on the carpet? – Yes vs. No
Is there a money-back guarantee? – Yes vs. No
Your Task
Using the data provided, conduct a conjoint analysis for the 22 combinations based on the responses of the 25 consumers surveyed. You will need to use the syntax (Syntax_prefs_extended) provided to you with some changes to the PLAN and DATA commands.
Upload the SPSS output file of the conjoint analysis below.
Based on the analysis conducted, consider the following questions:
How is the price affecting the preference of consumers?
Is the presence of a Good Housekeeping Seal on the carpet effective in affecting consumers’ preferences? What is the exact output?
Is there a need for carpets producers to really consider providing the option of a money-back guarantee to customers? Why?
After analysing the outputs, see if you can identify any trends and assess what you think these trends mean for the company. In addition, assess, whether there are any gaps where the company may be able to implement more tactics to gain a competitive advantage.
Please find the below link with the data and output files
https://we.tl/t-aUVFItjkb4

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Psychology

Students will propose and create a project of their choosing that focuses on beh

Students will propose and create a project of their choosing that focuses on behavior modification principles into practice by designing and implement a self-management program to modify one’s own behavior and/or someone else’s behavior. The second project should demonstrate at least five principles from chapters thirteen through twenty-five.
pick five of any of these—
extinction
defferential reinforcement
antecedent control procedures
using punishment: time out and response costs
promoting generalization
self management
habit reversal procedures
the token economy
behavioral contracts
fear and anxiety reduction procedures

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Linguistics

The speakers of Old English believed that language was magical. We even still r

The speakers of Old English believed that language was magical. We even still retain the word ‘spell’ (like a magical spell) from this idea–that, literally, writing was creating magic. Bards and other crafty users of language were held in high regard–whenever there was a big battle, scops (Anglo-Saxon word for one of these special poets) would wander the battlefields, without worry about getting injured or taken hostage or anything, simply so they could gather details to write great poems! The Anglo-Saxon belief (which most of the Classical world held, too) was that if people remembered your name and your story, you would ‘live’, in a sense, forever! So poetry was serious business, the stuff of immortality!
We’re going to work a little magic of our own:
Last week we tried our hands at translating some Anglo-Saxon poetry to Modern English. That was fun, right?
This week, we’re going to try it the OTHER way–taking something modern, and translating it so that it looks like an Anglo-Saxon poem.
NO I do not expect you to translate into a dead language! But you can look at our example linked below, and learn how Anglo-Saxon poetry WORKS (hint: not rhyme) and try to make a modern song or poem fit!
Old English Poetry: Let’s look at a good translation of an Old English poem, (actually, the very first Old English poem!) and then read this quick one page article about writing them. This article has KEY information as to what Old English poetry looks and sounds like. THEN, take a modern song you like and ‘translate’ it into this style of verse–using meter and alliteration as our Anglo-Saxon speakers did. (Your poem will be in good old 21st Century English, but it is the FORM of the poetry you are translating to!)
The following links provided below are will be needed to complete the assignment they will assist you.
How to write it
https://web.archive.org/web/20210308113503/https://hugohouse.org/how-to-write-your-own-anglo-saxon-poetry/
An example
http://thehypertexts.com/Cædmon%27s%20Hymn%20Translation.htm
The song lyrics you will be translating, “Can’t you hear me knocking”- The Rolling Stones.
https://new.songmeanings.com/songs/view/45059
Also I will attach files of screenshots from the textbook.
If you to cite please use what was provided, no other sources are to be used thank you. You don’t need to cite the song.