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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

[HDF 100] - Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam (79 pages long!)

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HDF 100 Midterm: Study Guide HDF 100 Exam 1 Fall 2015

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ECON 2010 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Deadweight Loss, Price Ceiling, Economic Surplus

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FIUOCE 3014LIsrael GonzalezSummer

OCE 3014L Lecture Notes - Lecture 26: Precautionary Principle, Endocrine Disruptor, Independent Community And Health Concern

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FIUOCE 3014LIsrael GonzalezSummer

OCE 3014L Lecture Notes - Lecture 24: Benguela Current, Upwelling, Ekman Transport

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An increase in seawater density can be caused by a ________ in temperature or a/an ________ in salinity. decrease; increase. To produce a surface curre
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FIUOCE 3014LIsrael GonzalezSummer

OCE 3014L Lecture Notes - Lecture 27: Passive Solar Building Design, Parent Material, Wind Turbine

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MATH 1830 Lecture 18: 4.2

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CHE 2A Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Isoelectronicity, Noble Gas, Electron Affinity

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Give an example: the following species are isoelectronic with the noble gas kr. Arrange them in order of increasing radius: rb+, y3+, se2-, br-, sr2: c
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FIUOCE 3014LIsrael GonzalezSummer

OCE 3014L Lecture Notes - Lecture 29: Swim Bladder, Baleen Whale, Carnivora

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The fins used by fishes primarily for maneuvering are _________. pectoral and pelvic. Which set of fins is used for turning and braking? pectoral and p
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Genital Wart, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Date Rape

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Distinct period of development that is found in societies that allow young people an extended opportunity to explore their roles in life. These societi
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Genetic Variation, Pelvic Inflammatory Disease, Assisted Reproductive Technology

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The age related changes that inevitably take place in a person as time passes influenced by our genetics. The age-related changes that take place as a
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Pubic Hair, American Pleasure Club, Facial Hair

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The time between the first onrush of hormones and full adult physical development. 1. hypothamlamus sends signal 2. pituitary gland release hormones 3.
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Umbilical Cord, Cell Division, Prenatal Development

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The basic unit for the transmission of heredity instructions. A carrier of genes; one of the 46 molecules of dna (in 23 pairs) that each cell of the bo
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinSpring

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Muscle Tone, Mood Disorder, Apgar Score

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More information about the birthing process is given to expectant mothers. Breathing techniques are taught and employed to use during the birthing proc
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Balance Bicycle, Protective Factor, Physical Abuse

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Family, friends, faith, activity they feel important in More / stronger protective factors = more resilient. Resiliency a dynamic process encompassing
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CMUHDF 100Michelle LeeSpring

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fast Mapping, Thyroid Hormones, Notecards

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Height and weight gains slow down: 2-3 inches per year and 4-6 pounds. Affected by heredity and hormones: gh (growth hormones): released by pituitary g
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, Coronary Artery Disease, Old Age

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The number of years the average newborn of a particular population group is likely to live. Currently in us 74 for males, 80 for females. Raises blood
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Childhood Obesity, Anal Stage, Grand Theory

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Purpose of a theory: organize facts, to make sense of reality, predict what will happen. Life span perspective - inclusive of all phases of life: multi
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CMUHDF 100Jeanne ChaffinFall

HDF 100 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Abusive Head Trauma, Breast Milk, Breastfeeding

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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 4: Chapter 4 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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Infancy: physical development: chapter four, growth patterns in height and weight. Infants _________________ weight in about 5 months and _____________
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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 13: Chapter 13 HDF 100 Fall 2015(1)-1

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Early adulthood: physical and cognitive development, chapter thirteen. Studying early/middle adulthood is a relatively recent phenomenon. 29% are smoke
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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 6: Chapter 6 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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Infancy: social and emotional development: chapter six, attachment: bonds that endure, attachment enduring _________emotional bond______________ betwee
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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 1: Chapter 1 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 11: Chapter 11 HDF 100 Fall 2015 (1)

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_________different parts of the body grow at different rates__________ Hands and feet mature before the arms and legs do. Boys stop growing out of pant
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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 9: Chapter 9 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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HDF 100 Chapter 6: Chapter 16 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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HDF 100 Chapter 17: Chapter 17 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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Late adulthood: physical and cognitive development: chapter 17, ageism prejudice against older people. The number of americans 65 and older is growing,
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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 15: Chapter 15 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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CMUHDF 100Shannon SextonFall

HDF 100 Chapter 10: Chapter 10 HDF 100 Fall 2015

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