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UMDINST 335SushannaSpring

INST 335 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - United States, Starkist, Globalization

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INST 352 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - United States, Library, Leslie Knope

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INST 354 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Sunk Costs, Decision Tree, Edsel

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UMDINST 377HeidenbladSpring

INST 377 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Xampp, Web Server, Web Browser

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UMDINST 335SushannaSpring

INST 335 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - United States, Starkist, Globalization

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14 Feb 2019
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Sunk Costs, Decision Tree, Edsel

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13 Feb 2019
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UMDINST 377HeidenbladSpring

INST 377 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Xampp, Web Server, Web Browser

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13 Feb 2019
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 1: INST354 Lecture 1: Introduction

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Humans today evolved from ancestors hundreds of thousands of years ago who lived in small groups and spent most of their waking hours foraging for sust
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: Sunk Costs, Robert Trivers, Parental Investment

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10 Feb 2019
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Another reason that some apparent sunk cost ventures may not be irrational is that the decision makers are choosing actions to project and preserve the
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Jim Sasser, Sunk Costs, Tombigbee River

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When we behave as if our nonrefundable expense is equivalent to a current investment, we are honoring a sunk cost. The diagram shows that at the decisi
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Statistical Hypothesis Testing, Lift Ticket, Sunk Costs

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10 Feb 2019
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Decision Analysis, Rational Expectations, Mental Model

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10 Feb 2019
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The decision tree diagrams remind us that the crucial first step in understanding any decision is to describe the situation in which the decision occur
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 12: INST354 Lecture 12: Probability

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We will use probabilities (in the range from 0 to 1) to represent beliefs about what will happen. Usually we mean to summarize people"s subjective beli
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INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Behavioural Sciences, Adaptive Learning, Vacuous Truth

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10 Feb 2019
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The answer to this question appears to depend in large part on the field of the person asking it. Traditional economists, looking at the aggregate beha
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INST 354 Lecture 11: INST354 Lecture 11: Picturing Decisions

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We will use schematic decision tree diagrams to describe decision situations throughout this book. One of the major uses of these diagrams is to summar
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INST 354 Lecture 10: INST354 Lecture 10: Definition of a Decision

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A good image of what we mean by decision making is of a person pausing at a fork in the road, and then choosing one path to reach a desired goal or to
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 7: INST354 Lecture 7: Quality of Choice

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10 Feb 2019
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If we aspire to give advice about how to make good decisions, we need to say something about what we mean by bad decisions. The quality of a decision c
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 8: INST354 Lecture 8: Invention of Modern Decision Making

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Inst354 lecture 8: invention of modern decision making. It began in renaissance italy, for example, in the analysis of the practice of gambling by scho
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 4: INST354 Lecture 4: Model of the Mind continued

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Inst354 lecture 4: model of the mind continued. Many aspects of human thinking, including judgment and decision making, can be captured with computatio
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 6: INST354 Lecture 6: Behavioral Analysis

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10 Feb 2019
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Behavioral analyses of responses to this task focused purely on the reinforcement (being told. Awareness, to the degree that it exists, was assumed not
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 5: INST354 Lecture 5: Psychoanalytic Theory to Cognition

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10 Feb 2019
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Most of the work discussed in this book has been done in the last half-century. Because until the 1950s, psychology was dominated by two traditions: ps
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Biological Neuron Model, Mental Calculation, Steven Pinker

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10 Feb 2019
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Inst354 lecture 3: computational model of the mind. There has been a modest revolution in the sciences of the mind during the past half- century. A new
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UMDINST 354AntonSpring

INST 354 Lecture 2: INST354 Lecture 2: Thinking-Automatic and Controlled

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10 Feb 2019
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Briefly, it is the creation of mental representations of what is not in the immediate environment. Seeing a green wall is not thinking; however, imagin
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 16: INST352 Lecture 16: Choosing Examples of Studies

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10 Feb 2019
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Despite talja"s reasonable skepticism, there is some value in striving for well-evidenced quantitative generalizations or qualitative transferable find
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 15: INST352 Lecture 15: Categories and Contexts of IB

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10 Feb 2019
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Inst352 lecture 15: categories and contexts of ib. Reviewers have approached the research corpus in a variety of ways. Most make a similar distinction
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 14: INST352 Lecture 14: Reviews of IB Literature

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10 Feb 2019
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Our survey suggests that, over the years, information needs and uses studies have progressively broadened their research orientation and research focus
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 13: INST352 Lecture 13: History of the Research Genre

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Inst352 lecture 13: history of the research genre. Research on information-related human practices dates back at least one hundred years, beginning per
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 12: INST352 Lecture 12: Skin Cancer

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10 Feb 2019
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Maria had heard the dreaded word cancer her entire life. When she was a teenager her grandfather had died of lung cancer, but other than him, nobody cl
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Adderall, Oxycodone, Headache

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10 Feb 2019
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Late in the afternoon the patient is conscious for a longer time, moaning and complaining of a severe headache. Ming and dan appear for their consult,
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INST 352 Lecture 10: INST352 Lecture 10: Helping a Patient

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Although our usual focus in information behavior research is the individual, it is important to recognize that much information seeking takes place in
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 8: INST352 Lecture 8: Voting on a Political Issue

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Inst352 lecture 8: voting on a political issue. Graham is returning to edinburgh, scotland, after nearly five years working in australia. While he is p
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Henry Giroux, Jacques Derrida

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10 Feb 2019
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She knows that the bibliography in the z shelves would help her determine whether she has missed anything this library does not own everything but the
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: William Mckinley

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Leslie begins by consulting the library"s online catalog, a tool she has used before. She decides to restrict herself to books about the war and mckinl
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INST 352 Lecture 9: INST352 Lecture 9: Voting on a Political Issue 2

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Inst352 lecture 9: voting on a political issue 2. Two weeks before the vote graham joins some friends in a pub to watch the last in a series of three t
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 3: INST352 Lecture 3: Buying goods

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Research on these questions is accomplished by a variety of scientists working in industry and in universities; most have training in psychology or bus
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 5: INST352 Lecture 5: Information in a library

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10 Feb 2019
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In the widespread literature that could be included under the rubric of information behavior, there is a genre of empirical work that is larger than an
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 4: INST352 Lecture 4: Example

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Julie starts her quest for facts with a google search online that takes her to a review from an online consumer magazine. What draws julie to this part
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 2: INST352 Lecture 2: Intro continued

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10 Feb 2019
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In thinking about this holistic view of people"s worlds, the internet itself could serve as a metaphor for information behavior and the way our view of
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UMDINST 352GigiganSpring

INST 352 Lecture 1: INST352 Lecture 1: Introduction

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10 Feb 2019
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Studies of information behavior (or the ways that individuals" perceive, seek, understand, and use information in various life contexts) have increased
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UMDINST 377HeidenbladSpring

INST 377 Lecture 16: INST377 Lecture 16: Intro to PHP

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