What can be used to nudge people's attitudes and decisions?heuristics confirmation bias framing algorithms
Algorithms can be used to nudgepeople's attitudes and decisions
Algorithmic nudging tactics are used in work environments as firms are using texts, gamification, and push notifications to influence their workforce.
Nudge theory states that if an individual wish to alter people's behaviour in a particular direction, it's more effective to encourage positive choices instead of restricting unwanted behaviour with punishment.
Conclusively, A nudge helps people make the right choices for themselves without hindering their freedom of choice.
Which word below matches the definition "before birth"?A. prescription B. prenatal C. benediction
b, prenatal and the website isn’t letting me submit it becuase my answer is too short so i’m typing this
One theory of pitch perception is the ________ theory, which suggests that the rate at which neurons in the ear fire produce different pitches. This theory is particularly effective at explaining humans' perception of lower pitches. a. place b. frequency c. volley d. opponent-process
The frequency theory states that the human ear allows you to hear the different frequencies that are generated by the waves of sound, this is why we can hear different sounds and pitches, humans across the story have had the ability to hear lower pitches because that is the main pitch in which we humans speak, so te human ear adapted to hear better and pay closer attention to those pitches, so the frequency theory explains why humans can hear lower pitches.
Source: Dutch missionary John Megapolensis on the Mohawks (Iroquois), 1644, Smithsonian(John became the town's first pastor at Fort Orange (near Albany). As pastor he was not allowed to farm or trade, but received support from the town, while diligently performing his duties, which included teaching the Indians about Christ.) The Women are obliged to prepare the land, to mow, to plant, and do every Thing: the Men do nothing except hunting, fishing, and going to War against their Enemies: they treat their Enemies with great Cruelty in Time of War, for they first bite off the Nails of the Fingers of their Captives, and cut off some joints, and sometimes the whole of the Fingers; after that the Captives are obliged to sing and dance before them..., and finally they roast them before a slow Fire for some Days, and eat them. ... Though they are very cruel to their Enemies, they are very friendly to us: we are under no Apprehensions from them.... They are entire Strangers to alt Religion, but they have a Tharonhijouaagon, (which others also call Athzoockkuatoriaho) i.e. a Genius which they put in the Place of God, but they do not worship or present offerings to him: they worship and present offerings to the Devil whom they call Otskon or Airekuoni. ... They have otherwise no Religion: when we pray they laugh at us; some of them despise it entirely, and some when we tell them what we do when we pray, stand astonished. When we have a Sermon, sometimes ten or twelve of them, more or less, will attend, each having a long Tobacco Pipe, made by himself, in his Month, and will stand a while and look, and afterwards ask me what I was doing and what I wanted, that I stood there alone and made so many Words, and none of the rest might speak? I tell them I admonished the Christians, that they must not steal, ... get drunk, or commit Murder, and that they too ought not to do these Things, and that I intend after a while to preach to them. ... They say I do well in teaching the Christians, but immediately add Diatennon jawi Assyreoni hagiouisk, that is, why do so many Christians do these things. They call us Assyreoni, that is, Cloth-Makers, or Charistooni, that is, Iron Workers, because our People first brought Cloth and Iron among them... HIPP+: Historical Context: Intended Audience: Author's Purpose: Author's Point of View +Other Context (similar in kind, from a different time):
Dutch missionary John Megapolensis on the Mohawks (Iroquois), 1644
This represents the situation that Dutch missionary John Megapolensis found when converting the Mohawks (Iroquois) Indians to Christianity in the year 1644. The story narrated that John was the first pastor at Fort Orange (near Albany).
This represents the readers of the story, especially students of history who will be reading the story of Pastor John about his personal experiences in Fort Orange as he tried to convert Indians to Christianity.
The purpose of the story is to narrate John's experiences so that his intended readers will be able to appreciate the difficulties that he faced in his missionary efforts with the Indians.
Author's Point of View
: John tells this story from the first person point of view because the story contains his personal experiences as a missionary to the Indians and he narrated the story from his personal position as an observer-participant, using the personal pronoun, 'I'.
+Other Context (similar in kind, from a different time): The story included pieces of information about the division of labor between the Indian women and their men. It also included information about the treatment of enemies and the Indian worship of the Devil instead of God.
The HIPP is an acronym for a) Historical Context, b) Intended Audience, c) Narrator's Purpose, and d) the Author's Point of View. This is the standard system for analyzing historical events in order to achieve a better understanding of the historical story.
What meaning sanaysay
According to translate, sanaysay means "essay" in Filipino. I have no idea how this is an AP question, but ok.
What has science discovered about sub-concussive (below full concussions) blows to the head?
Science has discovered that sub-concussive blows to the head are causing as much neurological damage as a full on concussion. ... The discovery of this knowledge brought a new light to how even though athletes are not showing signs of full blown concussions, the average hits they take on are causing repetitive damage.