In a study of the results of a diabetes teaching program conducted at a senior center, the blood glucose levels are taken by volunteers using their own personal equipment and were compared before and after the program. What potential threat to internal validity is demonstrated in this study
The potential threat that exists in this scenario, is Instrumentation validity. This happens when different instruments are used to test the same thing. There exists the possibility that some of those instruments are not necessarily measuring what they are supposed to be measuring, correctly. This ultimately gives mixed results and can ruin a study. Which is what is happening in this scenario as all the volunteers are using their own "separate" personal equipment.
A child understands that if an elephant is bigger than a bear and a bear is bigger than a cat, then an elephant is bigger than a cat. This demonstrates the child's understanding of__________.
Answer: This demonstrates the child's understanding of TRANSITIVITY.
Explanation:TRANSITIVITY can be said to be the relationship between different objects such that if an object x is related to y and y is related to z, then x is necessarily related to z. Like in the example above, the child is able to relate the property (size) of the elephant, bear and the cat. This demonstrates TRANSITIVITY
What generalization can you make about why the constitutional convention decided to replace the articles of confederation
The generalizations about the political experience of participants in the Constitutional Convention are that they understand the importance of political compromise and dialogue to strengthen the federal government.
Throughout the constitutional convention, the opinion of delegates about how the government should preserve the union was revised.
Shay's Rebellion made members realized how weak articles of confederation were and federal government had no strength over the states.
During the constitutional convention, all the delegates discussed and shared their opinion about how the union can be saved with dialogue and political compromise.
Dialogue proved to be effective to resolve issues during the convention.
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Most of the representatives wanted a stronger central government is the answer to your question.
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How many Prime Ministers were there in Britain during World War II?
I believe it's 2 Chamberlain and churchill
The correct answer is three
Because of past treatment and issues what is common problem today among the aboriginal
Indigenous Peoples suffer higher rates of poverty, homelessness and malnutrition. They have lower levels of literacy and less access to health services, further contributing to their poverty.
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During the selection process for an IT position, Jeff was required to take a test that measured his memory and vocabulary. Which type of test did Jeff most likely take?A) work-sampleB) psychomotor abilitiesC) job knowledgeD) cognitive ability
A. Work sample
Work Sample Tests are the methods that are used for the purpose of judging a person's ability to do an assigned job and evaluating them based on their performance in a particular job. The context and content may vary but the ultimate aim remains the same.
Work Sample tests are based on the premise that the best predictor of future behavior is observed behavior under similar situations. These tests require the examinee to perform tasks that are similar to those that are performed on the job.
Work sample' is a method of testing ability by giving the candidate a sample of typical work to do and evaluating their performance. Work samples may appear as short questions along the lines of 'What would you do in this situation' or more complex scenarios to analyze.
Jeff has been required to take the work sample test in other to measure his memory and vocabulary.
D) cognitive ability
Cognitive ability tests evaluates abilities involved in thinking, examples of the thinking includes perception, reasoning, vocabulary, memory, verbal and mathematical ability, and also problem solving. Such tests gives questions use to estimate applicants' ability to use mental processes to find solution to work-related problems or to acquire new job knowledge. Cognitive aptitude tests are a form of IQ tests.
From this explanation, Jeff took a cognitive ability tests.
Which of the following statements is true of emotions in the workplace?(A) They are physiological action rather than behavioral action. (B) Emotions lasts for a longer periods than moods. (C) Emotions are directed toward someone or somethings (D) They are also referred as a moods of individuals. (E) Emotions and moods are directed toward specific attitudes of others.
A) Emotions are directed toward someone or something.
Emotions: In psychology, the term emotion is referred to as a complex state of an individual's feelings that leads to psychological and physical changes that influence or alters his or her behaviors and thoughts.
Five common types of emotions in the workplace include dislike, anger, feeling down, worry or insecurity, and frustration.
Human emotions related to the workplace can lead to creating pragmatic benefits, for example, a happier workplace and better collaboration in-between employees. It causes a particular organization to communicate with the outside world or within itself.
Emotions are often directed towards specific people or events in the workplace. They are intense, short-lived responses to perceived events, and unlike moods, they usually motivate behavioral responses.
The statement that is true of emotions in the workplace is: (C) Emotions are directed toward someone or something. Emotions can be defined as intense, discrete, and brief responses to a particular event that is important to the individual. Unlike moods, which are less intense and often not directed or attached to anything specific, emotions usually arise in direct response to a perceived event, are short-lived (lasting minutes to hours), and usually motivate behavioral responses.
Emotions in the workplace can play a critical role in how team members interact with each other and contribute to the work environment. For example, positive emotions such as happiness or satisfaction can lead to increased productivity and improved interpersonal relationships at work. Conversely, negative emotions, like anger or frustration, can potentially lead to conflict and decreased work performance.