SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

Barry's good friend has been dealing with severe anxiety for the last few months. However, he is reluctant to see a therapist because he is hoping that his anxious feelings will eventually go away. What can Barry say that might convince him that seeing a therapist would be beneficial?

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Answer 1
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Barry could explain to his friend that, when persistent, anxiety can do health damage to the point of depression. Therefore, he should explain that a therapist's help can be very effective, as he is a professional who can help Barry's friend identify the causes of anxiety and propose a way to solve this unpleasant problem.


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HIGH SCHOOL

• Should government take a more aggressive role in reshaping the health care system or should the economy be allowed to continue exerting market-driven reforms?

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This is of course a very subjective and contested issue, but many people feel that the government has already done a good job with this through Medicare and should continue. 
HIGH SCHOOL

Developmental psychologists study all of the following except __________ development. A. cognitive B. physical C. emotional D. industrial

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Its D. Industrail just looked it up

The only answer is D. Industrial.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

What are some things about Elisha Gray

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Elisha Gray was an electrical engineer. He is known for his telephone prototype and music synthesizer. Gray got over 70 patents for his inventions.

He was born on August 2nd, 1835 in Barnesville, Ohio. He died on January 21st, 1901 in Newtonville, Massechusetts.

Gray also invented the telautograph, this was a device that could transmit handwriting through the telegraph systems!
HIGH SCHOOL

A friend says to you, "He must have antisocial personality disorder; look how careful he is about his own well-being, but how careless he is about others' safety." Your most accurate reply would be: A. "You're right; those are classic characteristics of antisocial personality disorder."
B. "You're partly right; most people with antisocial personality disorder are careful about the safety of family members."
C. "You're partly right; most people with antisocial personality disorder are careless about their own safety, as well as the safety of others."
D. "You've got it backwards; most people with antisocial personality disorder are careless of their own safety, but show at least some concern for others' safety."

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"You're partly right; most people with antisocial personality disorder are careless about their own safety, as well as the safety of others."

Answer: Option C

Explanation:

Anti-social personality disorder is a mental condition. In this, a person who suffers from the disorder manipulates, exploits and violate the rights of the others and they do not regret their decision of invading the space of others.

Such people disregard the feelings of others and are also not bothered about their own safety and security. The symptoms of antisocial personality disorder may appear in childhood but they get more noticeable as a person grows older.

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What's the difference between the 5 Thematic Maps?

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A thematic map is a map that focuses on a specific theme or subject area, whereas in a general map the variety of phenomena—geological, geographical, political—regularly appear together. The contrast between them lies in the fact that thematic maps use the base data, such as coastlines, boundaries and places, only my points of reference for the phenomenon being mapped. General maps portray the base data, such as landforms, lines of transportation, settlements, and political boundaries, for their own sake.
HIGH SCHOOL

The employees at Titanium Inc. have the freedom to plan their own schedules and are empowered to make decisions. They also believe in sharing common goals. The managers have high levels of trust in their employees, and they foster teamwork. These beliefs and attitudes represent Titanium's _____.

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Answer:

Organizational culture.

Explanation:

As the exercise enumerates, the organizational culture is a system that has several characteristics, attitudes and beliefs. The values this system  has are shared by all employees who, in turn, are under a strong influence on their superiors and the people in the organization per se.This, for example, empowers them to take chances and make decisions, they allow to be dictated how to dress, perform their job, etc. Managers, as the exercise mentions, tend to have high levels of trust in their employees, fostering teamwork.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

I go further, and affirm that bills of rights, in the sense and to the extent in which they are contended for, are not only unnecessary in the proposed Constitution, but would even be dangerous. —Alexander Hamilton, the Federalist Paper 84


What point is Alexander Hamilton making?
A.
The Constitution did not need a bill of rights.
B.
A bill of rights was necessary for ratification.
C.
The Constitution is stronger with a bill of rights.

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C because the federalist papers were all about supporting the bill of rights and backing the constitution

C     js do it dude trust me

COLLEGE

The purpose of mujeres por la raza was to

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Mujeres Por La Raza, the women's caucus within the Raza Unida Party, represented the merging of Chicano nationalism and Chicana feminism and advanced the political interests of Chicanas during the Chicano movement. Its development corresponded with the rise of the Chicana feminist movement in Texas. Women had belonged to the Raza Unida Party from its beginning at the county level with Ciudadanos Unidos in Zavala County in 1969.
MIDDLE SCHOOL

Select the correct answer. Which type of social group shapes our behaviors, beliefs, and attitudes?
O A. in-group
B. primary group
OC. reference group
D. secondary group

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Te correct a B

The primary group, small and intimate, is a restricted group, in which each member can establish direct contacts with the other members, through strong and solidary relationships, which justifies its importance in the lives of individuals. The most typical example of this group is the family.

Answer:

reference group

Explanation:

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