Social Studies High School
Answer:sensory neuron- interneuron- motor neuron
Explanation:Sensory neurons are neurons which transmits signals from the outside part of our body into our central nervous system . Motor neurons (motoneurons) transmit signals from our central nervous system to our outer part of the body.
Interneurons is then capable of linking different types of neurons within our body.
Ongoing research conducted by the Standish Group shows that ____% of very large, multimillion dollar software projects fail or are challenged. Group of answer choices 23
Standish groups are the collection of researcher who are indulged in studying and analyzing performance of software models.This research group studies about the software project in depth and tries to improve the processing .
According to Standish group research,94% of software models are usually challenged or has some drawback in its structure or operations.Thus, failure of project is highly seen in research done by Standish group and thus they provide improvement measure to the software organizations.
Other options are incorrect because 23%, 78% or 475 are low rate of failure which doesn't occur in software model assessment done by Standish group.Thus. the correct option is 94%
What are the weaknesses of the articles of confederation and how the constitution fixed them?
The Government can not do what the people have not authorized in the Constitution. Could not raise an army, collect taxes, regulate trade interstate or foreign trade, force states to follow laws. The Constitution gives Congress Enumerated powers. An Enumerated power is one that is specifically listed .
An organization knows that a risk exists and has decided that the cost of reducing it is higher than the loss would be. This can include self-insuring or using a deductible. This is categorized as:
Answer: Risk acceptance
Risk acceptance is defined as tendency of accepting the risk that has been researched and identified by any organization. These organization have the characteristics of not taking any risk management measure to avoid the known risks rather they bear the consequences or effect of that risk.
According to the question,any organization that knows about the risk and calculates that risk avoidance can be of higher cost and thus, they will accept the risk impact. So,they are displaying risk acceptance.
A personal trainer is working with a client who is having trouble performing a single-leg balance on a foam pad. Which of the following balance training modalities is appropriate for this client?
Complete question: A personal trainer is working with a client who is having trouble performing a single-leg balance on a foam pad. Which of the following balance training modalities is appropriate for this client?
a. A half foam roll
b. A wobble board
c. Balance disk
d. BOSU ball
Answer: A half foam roll
Explanation: A client who is having difficulty in performing a single-leg balance on a foam pad is expected to establish a perfect balancing on a half foam roll (because of it halved flat level on the surface of the ground).
April, Sam, and Maria all work for a large corporation. They are allowed to arrive for work between 7:30 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. as long as they are at work during the core work period. Their work schedule illustrates:
-the humanistic approach
-theory X management
Flextime describes flexible work schedule where workers can choose their work starting hours and closing time so long as they meet they meet "core period" in which they are required to be at work, ex: between 7:30am and 10:30am as described in the example above. This is different from the traditional work schedule where employees are required to work 9am to 5pm each day. Under the flextime arrangement, employees are allowed "flexible time" outside the "core period"so long as they meet required work in bandwidth period during which all hours must be worked for the day, ex: 6am-7:30pm.
In an experiment, participants are often assigned to one of two groups. The _____ condition refers to the group that receives the treatment. The _____ condition refers to the group that does not receive the treatment.1. dependent; independent2. control; placebo3. experimental; control4. double-blind; independent
3. Experimental; Control
The experimental condition refers to the group that receives the treatment, while the control condition refers to the group that does not receive the treatment.
Using the Ecological Footprint concept and associated information - approximately how many billion people can the earth SUSTAINABLY support at the consumption rates currently being used: by the average person in the world, by the average US citizen, by the citizens of the poorest/least-developed countries of the world respectively?
2, 5, 1.2
- The ecological footprint is the measure of the human demand which s quantity of the nature it takes to support people or economy and tracked by the ecological accounting system and bio-capacity of the planet.
- For the average person in the world, it would require about 1.7 earth and for the US as a developed nation it would require about 5.0 earth to live and for the citizens, if the poorest countries it world require about 1.2 earth this is based on the nature of the energy demand and the earth carrying capacity.
The idea that government should be restricted in its lawful uses of power and hence in its ability to deprive people of their liberty is expressed by the term _____
Explanation: What Is a Limited Government?
A limited government has restricted power over their citizens or people in the country. In these countries government doesn't have much laws which guides or control how individuals and businesses carry out their businesses. This government is always bound by certain constitutional limitations.
It is governed by political liberalism and free market liberalism.
When Judy's professor failed to recognize that Judy had her hand raised to answer a question, Judy began to think her professor was unfriendly. Judy later learned that the professor's limited vision kept him from seeing her raised hand, but she continued to think he was unfriendly. Judy's reaction BEST illustrates: framing.
a category hierarchy.
Belief perseverance: In psychology, the term belief perseverance is referred to as a tendency of a person to be clingy on his or her earlier belief instead of receiving a piece of other information that leads to display contradictions or disconfirmations of the person's earlier belief.
An individual who is dealing with belief perseverance holds a thinking-pattern that led him to believe that whatever he or she thinks is true and deny or ignores the evidence.
In the question above, Judy's reaction best illustrates the belief perseverance.
Eleven-month-old Jake will look for toys that are hidden. However, if his father hides the toy in a new place while Jake watches him, Jake will look in the original location. Jake's behavior is called _____.
A-not-B error is shown by children under the age of one year, which is determined by their ability of object permanence (mental capacity to perceive objects in their mind). This error is reflected in the behavior of infants when an object is repetitively hidden at a particular position (A) but when it is replaced to a new position (B) infant still looks for the object at position (A).
Indicate whether each of the following statements are true or false. The United States signed on to a statement condemning xenophobia.
The United States has left the United Nations Human Rights Council.
A State Department official disputed whether officials have a duty to condemn racism.
The outgoing UN High Commissioner for Human Rights praised President Trump’s attacks on the press.
It should be noted that the United States signed on to a statement condemning xenophobia. Therefore, it is true.
Xenophobia is the dislike or prejudice against people from other countries. The United States condemned such an act.
The United States has not left the United Nations Human Rights Council. Therefore, it is false.
A State Department official did not dispute whether officials have a duty to condemn racism. Therefore, it is false. State Department condemns racism and says leaders should condemn hate speech.
The outgoing UN High Commissioner for Human Rights did not praise President Trump’s attacks on the press. Therefore, it is false. Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein characterized the president's attack as a threat to journalists worldwide.
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The United States signed on to a statement condemning xenophobia: TRUE
The United States has left the United Nations Human Rights Council. TRUE
A State Department official disputed whether officials have a duty to condemn racism. FALSE
The outgoing UN High Commissioner for Human Rights praised President Trump’s attacks on the press. FALSE
Trump has signed Congressional Resolution which condemns racism, xenophobia, white supremacy.
The U.S. has withdrawn from the 'UNESCO' and from 'United Nations Human Rights Council' (UNHRC) in 2017 and 2018 respectively.
The deputy assistant secretary is against the use of the words like nationalism, populism, and xenophobia and tore the standard UN documents.
The outgoing 'United Nations' human rights commissioner said that the attacks President Donald Trump has done on the press would provoke violence. He did not praise him.
The magnificent life-size metal sculpture, Head of a Ruler, which is the earliest major work of hollow-cast sculpture known in the ancient Near East, dates from the time of __________.
Sargon the Great, Sargon of Akkad, Great Shar-Gani- Sharri, and Sarru-Kan, meaning "True King" , often identified as the first person to rule over an empire. Sagan is recognized for his conquests of the Sumerian city-states in the 24th to 23rd centuries BC. He conquered all of southern Mesopotamia and parts of Syria, Anatolia, and Elam (western Iran) and had one of the earliest metal sculptures crafted in his name.
Bourgeois or domestic drama consists of plays that deal with middle- or lower-middle-class characters that face problems of the family and the home rather than affairs of state.
Based on the information provided within the question it can be said that the statement is completely true. Bourgeoisie is a French term that refers to a social class of people with a certain cultural or economic standing. Most modernly known as the middle class of a population. Many of which are considered also as home or property owners.
According to Piaget, assimilation involves 1. training children to behave in a socially acceptable manner.
2. interpreting new experiences in terms of one's current understanding.
3. the absorption of nutrients into the body for growth and development.
4. altering existing schemas in order to incorporate new information.
5. resolving social dilemmas in productive ways.
2. interpreting new experiences in terms of one's current understanding.
- Assimilation is a process that Piaget calls as the children's understanding of the new environment and interpreting than in there own ways as related to the previously held beliefs and assumptions.
A magazine ad features a picture of a woman walking along a beach on a bright, sunny day with the copy, "Arianne sun screen lotion provides better UV protection than Gisele sun screen." This ad is an example of
Answer is Comparative advertising.
Comparative advertising can be described as a form of advertising where a particular competitor's name is mentioned by the advertiser. This means that, the advertiser , which is the product's manufacturer, is telling the people that their product is superior to that of the competitor.
This type of advertising is allowed under the United States law,if the comparison can be confirmed as truthful and substantially reliable.
In this case, the manufacturer of Arianne sun screen lotion was telling the world that their own product is superior to Gisele sun screen.
Identify which one of the "Rules of the Road to Scientific Knowledge" has been violated. A researcher notices that when more firemen are sent to the scene of a fire, there tends to be more damage from that fire. She therefore theorizes that there is a positive causal relationship between the independent variable number of firemen sent to a fire and her dependent variable amount of fire damage. a. Consider only empirical evidence.
b. Make your theories causal.
c. Avoid normative statements.
d. None of the above.
None of the above violates the "Rules of the Road to Scientific Knowledge".
The "Rules of the Road to Scientific Knowledge" includes the following things such as: The theory should be causal in which there may be covariation or causal relationship. The data that you included in your theory should not drive the theory as a single entity. The theory should be started with the reason and not with the statistical data. The evidences that are collected form the interpretation of the real world which is empirical in nature should be considered.
The statements that are normative in nature should be avoided. two things such as parsimony and generality should be included. In the given example the causal relationship between the number of firemen sent to the scene and the damage are related causally. The observed evidence which is an empirical evidence is presented since the researcher notices the things. Normative statements are not included and hence the given example does not violates the "Rules of the Road to Scientific Knowledge".
A big security problem for organizations is caused by insiders who are employees and legitimate users who purposely or accidentally misuse their access to data and cause some kind of business-affecting incident; information security policies and plans can help defend insider attacks
Answer is first line of defense.
The point of defense to be adopted by any individual or organization when there is security problem is first line of defense.
The first line of defense involve the employers setting policies that will guide against the security problem. This starts by making sure that their employees personally protect all the information they have at their disposal.
Also, the employer can set up electronic securities that can alert, when there is any attempt on their saved information.
These methods can be adopted to guide against the leaking of their information.
Matthew tries to finish the day's most important business by 1:00 P.M., before his brain "runs down." His graduate student Meghna claims that her brain "comes alive" at 10:00 P.M. Matthew may be described as a(n) _____, whereas Meghna is better called a(n) ______.
Lark and Owl
A person who gets up early in the morning is called a lark or morning person. Such a person starts its day early and goes to sleep early. While a person who chooses to stay up until late at night is called Owl person. Owls are unable to sleep for several hours after the normal time. The larks wake up before 6 am while the Owls go to bed around 3 a. m and wakes up by 10 am.
Around 300-250 BC, Artistarchus postulated that all of the planets orbit the Sun, and not Earth. But the snooty-pants philosophers in the Aristotelian school rejected this idea. What arguments did they present in favor of an Earth-centered Universe?
The heliocentric model was generally rejected by the ancient philosophers for three main reasons:
1) If the Earth is rotating about its axis, and orbiting around the Sun, then the Earth must be in motion. However, we cannot ``feel'' this motion. Nor does this motion give rise to any obvious observational consequences. Hence, the Earth must be stationary.
2) If the Earth is executing a circular orbit around the Sun then the positions of the stars should be slightly different when the Earth is on opposite sides of the Sun. This effect is known as parallax. Since no stellar parallax is observable (at least, with the naked eye), the Earth must be stationary. In order to appreciate the force of this argument, it is important to realize that ancient astronomers did not suppose the stars to be significantly further away from the Earth than the planets. The celestial sphere was assumed to lie just beyond the orbit of Saturn.
3)The geocentric model is far more philosophically attractive than the heliocentric model, since in the former model the Earth occupies a privileged position in the Universe.
The parenting style encourages children to be independent but still places limits and controls on their actions. Extensive verbal give-and-take is allowed, and parents are warm and nurturing toward the child.
Explanation:Authoritative parenting is a parenting style in which parents are more responsive and have high demands for their children. Authoritative parents listens and pay attention to the emotional needs of their children while they still set high standards. They have limits and they don't stray away from their boundaries so they maintain consistency with their children.
Thalamus. Located in the central part of the brain, the thalamus receives sensory messages, such as touch, from the body, and sends the messages to the appropriate part of the brain to be interpreted.When you put your hand on a hot stove what receives signals from sensory receptors? ›
To feel pain, impulses travel from the receptors in your hand to the spinal cord through sensory neurons. In the spinal cord, the sensory neurons synapse with interneurons that carry impulses to the sensory cortex area of the cerebrum in your brain.Which technique can best be described as taking snapshots of the brain in action? ›
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) captures coarse, colorful snapshots of the brain in action.What happens if you touch a hot stove in your fingertips? ›
If you touch a hot stove, sensory receptors in your fingertip sense the dangerous heat and convert this stimulus into an electrical signal. This signal leaves your fingertip via nerve cells called sensory neurons.What happens when we touch a hot object unknowingly? ›
After touching a hot object unknowingly, the hand is automatically pulled back at once. This type of action is known as a reflex action.When you accidentally touched a hot object what part of the brain receives the message about it? ›
At the point of contact with the hot pot, skin receptors quickly send nerve impulses (electrical) to the spinal cord (central nervous system) via sensory neurons. In the spinal cord, the impulses are processed, and a response is relayed back.What kind of stimulus is touching a hot stove? ›
A somatic reflex is an involuntary response to a stimulus, such as pulling one's hand away after touching a hot stove. The nervous system is split into the central nervous system (i.e., the brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (i.e., nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord).When you touch a hot stove which neurons tell your brain it's hot? ›
In this case, the afferent neuron would carry sensory information from your hand to your brain, letting it know your body is touching something hot. Your brain would then process this information and use efferent neurons to tell the arm muscle to contract and move your hand away.Which receptors are stimulated when you touch the hot object? ›
Signals from the skin may be conveyed by physical change (mechanoreceptors), temperature (thermoreceptors), or pain (nociceptors). Sensory receptors exist in all layers of the skin.Which of the following imaging techniques provides a detailed impression of the activity of the brain? ›
Brain CT scans can provide more detailed information about brain tissue and brain structures than standard X-rays of the head, thus providing more data related to injuries and/or diseases of the brain.
Which of the following techniques produces an image of the brain's activity by tracking the brain's use of glucose or oxygen? ›
A positron emission tomography (PET) scan uses a radioactive tracer that attaches to the glucose in your bloodstream. Since your brain uses glucose as its primary fuel source, the tracer accumulates in areas of higher brain activity.What imaging technique is used to see which brain areas are being activated while performing tasks? ›
Electroencephalography (EEG) First discovered about a century ago, EEG measures electrical activities of the brain from electrodes placed on the scalp.What happens when you accidentally touch a hot plate? ›
What happens when you accidentally touch a hot plate? Sensors on your finger get activated and the information is relayed via nerves to your spinal cord (nervous system), which decides to immediately jerk back the hand by sending a signal to the arm muscles.Why do you yell after touching a hot stove? ›
Reflexes protect your body from things that can harm it. For example, if you put your hand on a hot stove, a reflex causes you to immediately remove your hand before a "Hey, this is hot!" message even gets to your brain.
It acts as a communication relay between your brain and your extremities. For example, if you touch a hot stove, the pain signals travel from your finger to your brain in a split second. In just as short a time, your brain tells the muscles in your arm and hand to snatch your finger off the hot stove.When you touch an object and it feels hot What exactly are you feeling? ›
Conduction is heat transfer between two objects that are touching each other. When two objects touch and one has a higher temperature than the other; heat is transferred to the object with the lower temperature. When you touch something hot it feels hot because heat is being transferred from the object to your hand.What injury is caused by a hot object? ›
Thermal burns are skin injuries caused by excessive heat, typically from contact with hot surfaces, hot liquids, steam, or flame. Most burns are minor and patients can be treated as outpatients or at local hospitals.When we touch a hot object we will immediately remove our hand from it how do our nerve impulses travel when this happens? ›
We move our hand away from a hot object. This is due to responsiveness to stimuli. When we touch a hot object the sense organs feel the temperature and the hand is withdrawn. The stimulus is carried to the brain by the sensory neuron while it is carried back to effector organs by motor neurons.What reaction of your body comes first when you accidentally touch the hot surface of the pan? ›
The pain reflex will cause the hand to be pulled away from the hot pan through involuntary muscle control. The sensory cortex registers and processes body touch and movement sensations. Upon touching the hot pan, the sensory cortex will process the pain signals and send them to nearby association areas.When your finger is accidentally pricked by a needle you instantaneously withdraw your hand which parts of your nervous system are involved in this response? ›
When a pin is pricked in the finger the signals are received by the sensory neurons and it is sent to the brain via the spinal cord. The signals are processed (for removal of the hand) and sent toward the muscles by the motor neuron.
Temperature information is sensed by neurons with cell bodies in primary sensory ganglia (or trigeminal ganglia), and then transmitted to the dorsal horn of the spinal cord (or chief sensory nucleus of V), the lateral parabrachial nuclei and finally the preoptic area.What type of energy is touching a hot stove? ›
Thermal energy can transfer by conduction.
The burner transfers heat to the pan, and the pan gets hot. The bottom of the pan gets hot before the pan's handle.
An individual sensory modality represents the sensation of a specific type of stimulus. For example, the general sense of touch, which is known as somatosensation, can be separated into light pressure, deep pressure, vibration, itch, pain, temperature, or hair movement.When your hand touches a hot object What is the automatic response to such stimulus? ›
A reflex is a rapid automatic response to a stimulus. When you accidentally touch a hot object and automatically jerk your hand away, this is a reflex action.What the brain tells your body to do if you touch a hot object with your hand? ›
For example, if you touch a hot stove, the nerves in your skin shoot a message of pain to your brain. The brain then sends a message back telling the muscles in your hand to pull away. Luckily, this neurological relay race happens in an instant.When you're at a restaurant and the waiter comes out with your dinner which system is responsible for telling your brain that your food has arrived? ›
When you're at a restaurant and the waiter comes out with your dinner, which system is responsible for telling your brain that your food has arrived? Your nervous system is an interconnected network of nerve cells (neurons) that allow you to sense the things going on around you so you can react.Which part of the body sensed that the stove was hot? ›
If you touch a hot stove, sensory receptors in your fingertip sense the dangerous heat and convert this stimulus into an electrical signal. This signal leaves your fingertip via nerve cells called sensory neurons.What nerves respond to heat? ›
Thermoreceptors are free nerve endings that reside in the skin, liver, and skeletal muscles, and in the hypothalamus, with cold thermoreceptors 3.5 times more common than heat receptors.What receptors detect heat? ›
A thermoreceptor is a non-specialised sense receptor, or more accurately the receptive portion of a sensory neuron, that codes absolute and relative changes in temperature, primarily within the innocuous range.What sensory receptors detect heat? ›
A classical model of the sensory system states that thermoreceptors (e.g., thermoTRPs) in skin nerve endings are sensors that transform temperature into the firing rate codes that are sent to the brain, where the codes are decoded as “cold” by a labeled line theory.
Which of the following is a brain imaging technique that produces the most detailed picture of brain structure? ›
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a non-invasive imaging technology that produces three dimensional detailed anatomical images.Which of the following is the most common imaging technique used for brain imaging quizlet? ›
Although CT scans have superior spatial resolution to MRIs, the best method to use would be an MRI because CT scans use radiation to take x-ray images of the brain.Which of the following is the most common imaging technique used for brain imaging? ›
Magnetic Resonance imaging (MRI)
This imaging method is a painless, non-invasive imaging technology that produces 3D detailed anatomical images of our brain, as well as our body.
Computed tomography (CT) scans are oblique X-ray slices that show the density of brain structures. Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses changes in electrically charged molecules in a magnetic field to form images of the brain.What technique for studying the brain creates an image of the brain using a magnetic field and radio waves? ›
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) uses the body's natural magnetic properties to produce detailed images from any part of the body.What type of imaging technique would you use to find out which areas of the brain are active when a person considers making a risky decision? ›
Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)Which of the following is are examples of brain imaging techniques? ›
An MRI (or magnetic resonance imaging) scan is a radiology technique that uses magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to produce images of body structures.What is the path of passage of stimulus when you accidentally touch a hot plate? ›
Due to touching the plate, an impulse is registered from our sensory organs to our Sensory Neurons. From there, the impulse travels to the Central Nervous System (Spinal Cord), where the appropriate action takes place. After that, the impulse is transferred back to the muscle, using the motor neuron.What happens if you accidentally touch a hot stove quizlet? ›
If you touch a hot stove, sensory receptors in your fingertip sense the dangerous heat and convert this stimulus into an electrical signal. This signal leaves your fingertip via nerve cells called sensory neurons.What is the response called when you touch something hot? ›
A reflex action is an automatic (involuntary) and rapid response to a stimulus, which minimises any damage to the body from potentially harmful conditions, such as touching something hot.
The correct answer to the given option is a. The heat that one feels when one touch a hot stove is an example of radiation.What is the receptor when you touch something hot? ›
Receptor in the skin detects a stimulus (the change in temperature). Sensory neuron sends electrical impulses to a relay neuron, which is located in the spinal cord of the CNS. Relay neurons connect sensory neurons to motor neurons.
A somatic reflex is an involuntary response to a stimulus, such as pulling one's hand away after touching a hot stove. The nervous system is split into the central nervous system (i.e., the brain and spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system (i.e., nervous system outside of the brain and spinal cord).Which neuron is activated when you touch something hot? ›
Sensory neurons are the nerve cells that are activated by sensory input from the environment - for example, when you touch a hot surface with your fingertips, the sensory neurons will be the ones firing and sending off signals to the rest of the nervous system about the information they have received.What detects heat when you touch something hot? ›
Sensory receptors in the skin sense extreme temperature and the early signs of tissue damage. This triggers an action potential, which travels along the sensory fiber from the skin, through the dorsal spinal root to the spinal cord, and directly activates a ventral horn motor neuron.What happens when we touch a hot object the sensory nerve immediately passes a message to the? ›
When we touch a hot object the sense organs feel the temperature and the hand is withdrawn. The stimulus is carried to the brain by the sensory neuron while it is carried back to effector organs by motor neurons.What nerve response is heat? ›
Whole body heating causes pronounced increases in skin sympathetic nerve activity (SSNA), which is the neural signal responsible for increasing sudomotor and perhaps cutaneous active vasodilator activity during this exposure (16, 30).Which of the following receptors is responsive to extremely hot sensations? ›
Thermoreceptors. Thermoreceptors are found within the skin, liver, skeletal muscle and hypothalamus. They respond to changes in temperature. Those responding to warm temperatures are present within type C fibres, whereas those responding to cold are present within of both type C and type Aδ fibres.Which type of reflex is elicited when you are touching something hot or painful? ›
An important reflex initiated by cutaneous receptors and pain receptors is the flexor reflex. We have all experienced this reflex after accidentally touching a hot stove or a sharp object, as we withdraw our hand even before we consciously experience the sensation of pain.What is the receptor and effector in touching hot object? ›
The event of hand touching a hot object and taken back immediately is an example of reflex action. Here, heat acts as a stimulus, skin of the hand is the receptor organ and the muscles responsible for the movement of the hand are the effector organs.
Thermoreceptors are specialized neurons used by the skin to detect changes in temperature. Their distribution and location within the skin helps determine how sensitive the skin will be to these changes.