• Lenses Subject Light Background
    415 words
    Photographers probably take more pictures of people than any other subject. Whether you prefer carefully posed (and composed) photos or more of a candid style, there are a variety of lenses in the Canon EF system that can produce excellent results. Traditionally, photographers have relied upon moderate telephotos for portraits, lenses such as the 85 mm f/1. 8 USM or 100 mm f/2. 0 USM. These lenses allow you to back off a little bit from your subject, and still produce frame-filling shots while ...
  • Rumors Rumor One
    942 words
    Rumor Rumors can be passed easily and are spread on an everyday basis. A rumor is like gossip; some of it true or untrue, and it is passed around by word of mouth. Most rumors start off being true, then when it is being passed from one person to the other, it starts becoming untrue because some people forget details, add new information in, or just change the whole story around. In the rumor experiment conducted in class, a story was told to one person out of four. The first person had to repeat...
  • Descriptive Essay Two Girls At A Mall
    941 words
    It was a busy Saturday afternoon at the Galleria at Tyler, many different people walking in and out of the large department stores and inside the interior of the mall. However, the vast majority of people walking among the mall were groups of young teenage girls. The mall has become the major hangout for teenagers, where both males and females roam to show themselves off to people of the opposite sex. I noticed two girls at the food court, where they were in line waiting to buy coffee from Starb...
  • Do Cats Cause Bad Luck
    1,760 words
    What is superstition According to The Little Oxford Dictionary, superstition is "belief in the existence or power of the supernatural; irrational fear of the unknown; a religion or practice based on such tendencies; widely held but wrong idea." Let us examine that definition in depth. First, there is "belief in the existence or power of the supernatural." This means that there is believed to be some force that can influence the events on the Earth. Second, there is "irrational fear of the unknow...
  • Audi And Self Deception
    666 words
    Rodney Gordon () 1. What is the philosophical problem of self-deception Just as Akrasia of actions is considered weakness of will, Akrasia of beliefs is considered self-deception. Self-deception refers to the way in which we (humans) can work our minds around something to trick ourselves into rationalizing something that is irrational. It can be considered as knowing what we ought to believe, but believing something else. This leads to a problem of inconsistency, in that how can we hold inconsis...
  • Acting On The National Physical Activity Guidelines
    2,476 words
    Acting on the National Physical Activity Guidelines Introduction The purpose of this study was to identify if presenting a sedentary individual with the Australian governments National Physical Activity Guidelines (NPAG) would improve their overall physical activity. There was a structured interview which was conducted at 2 week intervals. The interview assessed the subject current physical activity levels and their willingness to be able to incorporate physical activity into there daily lives w...
  • Control Subject Treatment Counterbalancing
    294 words
    Chapter 9 talks about the importance of a factorial design and its efficiency in testing two or more factors in an experiment. It can also be used to measure main effects and interactions, which make it a major element in psychology by providing valuable information that other experiments cannot. Factorial designs can be described or assessed by shorthand notations and statistics. If their are 4 numbers that means there is 4 factors and the levels of these factors are based on the value of these...
  • Hypnosis In Psychology Standardized Approach
    992 words
    Hypnosis in Psychology Throughout the history of this country, hypnosis has been dismissed as a form of gimmickry. Contrary to this, for centuries numerous cultures have used hypnosis as a means of mental and spiritual healing. Hypnosis is defined as an induced trance-like state in which one is highly susceptible to suggestions, or commands. There are three commonly known methods of hypnosis. Two of which, the authoritarian and standardized approaches, are generally considered non-beneficial tow...
  • Deception Cross Examination
    1,619 words
    Deception Whether conducted by the patrol officer, the victim's advocate, the prosecutor or the investigator assigned to a special unit in the criminal investigation division, the interview of a victim, witness, suspect or informant is a critical element of any investigation. Precious resources in the form of man power, money, time and equipment can be wasted because of the failure of the interviewer to conduct a complete interview and accurately evaluate the credibility of the information gaine...
  • Internet Explorer Ssl Vulnerability
    799 words
    Exploit Available: web Tue Aug 6 13: 42: 57 2002 Date: Mon, 5 Aug 2002 16: 03: 29 -0700 (PDT) From: Mike Benham To: Subject: IE SSL Vulnerability Internet Explorer SSL Vulnerability 08/05/02 Mike Benham web Explorer's implementation of SSL contains a vulnerability that allows for an active, undetected, man in the middle attack. No shown, no warnings are given. Description In the normal case, the administrator of a web site might wish to provide secure communication via SSL. To do so, the adminis...
  • Subject Story Facts Opinion
    447 words
    My writers profile starts first with a subject. I sometimes go to newsmax. com or cnn. com to get the latest and best news from around the world. Newsmax. com has by far the best reports from around the world, they have a lot of inside sources in many countries and things that are going on in the world that you would never hear about anywhere else. It is a good news site on the web if you want all the details from little to big about any news topic. I then find a few subjects that I would like ...
  • Subject Facts Audience Information
    273 words
    Antigen excerpt 1. I think the audience is a very "general" audience who has very little prior knowledge of the subject. The excerpt appeals to someone wanting basic information, perhaps a junior high science class. You know this by the use of basic language, and the fact they try and simplify the process as much as possible. By using text that is written at a 6 th grade reading level, not going into grate detail on exactly what antigens are, and only stating basics facts the author creates a pi...
  • Ended Question Interview Subject Questions
    2,916 words
    The Aspects of Interview and Interrogation There are many aspects that make up a successful interview or interrogation. An investigator does not become a skilled interviewer or interrogator over night. Training and experience are vital to becoming skilled at interviewing and interrogation. Experience is the best teacher, conducting interviews and interrogations is the only way to become more skilled. In this paper I will explain all the aspects that make up a successful interview. I will also ex...
  • How To Write An Essay
    632 words
    With any essay that I write, my main objective is to paint a picture with words. There are three basic guidelines that I follow in order to paint this picture. By writing down my ideas, putting my ideas together on a word processor and then going back to revise is how I compose an essay or any other written work. I feel that these guidelines are essential to a well developed essay. When I'm given a writing assignment, one of the first things that I do is focus on the subject or topic of the ...
  • Pupillary Reflex Subject One Hammer
    514 words
    Reflex Arcs and Reaction Rate Objective: To investigate different reflex arcs and reaction rate. Materials: rubber reflex hammer penlight or microscope light 30 cm ruler table or chairs Procedure: KNEE JERK 1. have subject sit on a chair with their legs crossed and relaxed 2. using a reflex hammer, locate and gently strike the tendon below the knee cap. 3. a) describe the movement of the leg 4. ask the subject to clench a book with both hands and strike the tendon again. b) compare the movement...
  • Facilitated Communication Dependent Variable
    629 words
    Psychology 101 Discussion The purpose of this study is to test the methodology of facilitated communication in order to prove what is really taking place, beyond appearances, whether disabled subjects are actually able to communicate as a result of their own free will using facilitated communication, or are subjects being intentionally or unintentionally persuaded by the facilitator to type messages not of their own volition. The hypothesis posed in the introduction is as follows: that subjects ...
  • Psychology Mirror Tracing Lab Report
    736 words
    Introduction The purpose of this laboratory experiment was to determine how the learning of new hand-eye coordination took place when a pattern of a star was traced by looking at its mirror image. It was first hypothesized that trial and error learning would occur, in which, one learns by repeating the procedure numerous times. It was also predicted that negative transfer would occur, where a long-standing habit in either hand would interfere with new motor skill learning. In addition, it was al...
  • Hair Brown Eyes Subject Mother Family
    1,037 words
    ADOLESCENT CASE STUDY I. Identification A. Kathy Johnson is a 14 year old female, a freshman at Parkway High School, and resides at 789 Parkview Way, Bossier City, LA 70000. II. History of Family A. The subject lives with her biological mother and stepfather. The child's biological father resides in Bossier City as well, but he has not maintained a relationship with the child since he divorced her mother in 1981. The child also has a brother who lives out of state and has no relationship or con...
  • Black People Race Gender White
    227 words
    Emily W. Gold frank Assignment 3-3 11/14/00 Annotations Wegner & Cra no, 1975 Subjects consisted of 144 students, equally divided with respect to race and gender, from a large Midwestern university. Experimenters consisted of 12 college students, also equally divided with respect to race and gender. Each experimenter tested 3 of each race-gender combination. Experimenters approached individual naive subjects in the hallways of different building throughout the campus. Experimenters waited for a...
  • Art Work Dont Exist
    268 words
    Don't exist exactly definition for a work of art. Work of art is something made by a person. Hence sunsets beautiful trees, 'found' natural objects such as grained driftwood, "painting' by insects or birds and a host of other natural phenomena are not considered works of art, despite their beauty. Work of art should t be beautiful or special Work of art for me means when artist expresses his ideas by soul by creation. Work of art can be paintings, sculptors, music, songs, dance everything what i...