OC2395438

University of Maryland

Elite Note Taker
248Uploads
0Likes
0Blog Articles
All Activity
Uploads (248)
Blog Articles (0)
Homework Help (0)
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Mythbusters, Measuring Instrument, Content Validity

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Spot Analysis, Content Analysis, Observer-Expectancy Effect

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: National Institute Of Justice, Policy Analysis, Impact Evaluation

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Semantic Differential, Face Validity, Flight Controller

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: United States Parole Commission, Chi-Squared Test, Semantic Differential

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
Levels of measurement: all variables may be classified as belonging to a particular level of measurement. Nominal: categorical, mutually exclusive cate
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 7: Participant Observation, Verstehen, Jargon

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Participant Observation, Verstehen, Mnemonic

OC23954382 Page
27 May 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Final Exam Notes - Social Science, Rape, Domestic Violence

OC239543842 Page
30 Mar 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Central Limit Theorem, Null Hypothesis, Chi-Squared Distribution

OC23954381 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Computer-Assisted Telephone Interviewing

OC23954382 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Behaviors (i. e. have you ever used an illegal drug?) Attitudes/beliefs/opinions (i. e. do you feel safe in your neighborhood?) Characteristics (i. e.
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 4: Uniform Crime Reports, Voluntary Manslaughter, Motor Vehicle Theft

OC23954383 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 6: Randomized Response, Critical Role, Flight Controller

OC23954383 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Structured interviews: consists of check-off responses to questions that are factual and easily fit an expected pattern. Disadvantage: limited response
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Spurious Relationship, Internal Validity, Measuring Instrument

OC23954386 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Research design: the plan or blueprint for a study, includes who, what, where, when, why and how of the investigation. Most studies are variations of t
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Phi Coefficient, Nonparametric Statistics, Parametric Statistics

OC23954382 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Descriptive statistics: summarizes or describes data or shows relationships between variables. Inferential statistics: enable generalization or interfe
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Polygraph

OC23954382 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Surveys record either expressed attitude or claimed behavior and seldom the behavior itself. Clearly formatting the research problem and the data requi
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Voluntary Manslaughter, Motor Vehicle Theft, Multistage Sampling

OC23954381 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Arson, listed but not included in the index because there is grey area. Crime rate: cases per (some number) usually 100,000 population. Recorded statis
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: The Elegant Universe, Drug Education, Paradigm Shift

OC23954382 Page
26 Mar 2019
0
Newton did not know how gravity actually work. Newton"s theory predicts planets would fly off their orbits if the sun disappeared, gravity occurs insta
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Study Guide - Spring 2019, Comprehensive Midterm Notes - Social Science, Project Camelot, Karl Marx

OC239543818 Page
14 Feb 2019
0
The way to look at a body of information/material/research, and understand it so it can be used to do more research. Positivistic: trying to map the wa
View Document
UMDAMST 205Shoji MaloneSpring

AMST 205 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Civil Rights Act Of 1964

OC23954381 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
Humans collect objects to show social status and power. Objects can help us and also harm us, we are becoming dependable upon them. We try to collect o
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Auguste Comte, Deductive Reasoning, Belmont Report

OC23954383 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Hirsutism, Anabolic Steroid, Complications Of Pregnancy

OC23954382 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
Women had unfortunate consequences, hair, voice drops, etc. 1961, communists built wall to stop citizens from fleeing west. Berlin wall split germany i
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 2: Human Terrain System, Cyril Burt, Project Camelot

OC23954385 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
Dr. yosef mengele on captive subjects, tortured and killed them. Nuremburg code created after acts during the holocaust, set forth principles governing
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Lecture 1: Chapter 1

OC23954382 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UMDCCJS 300Alan LehmanSpring

CCJS 300 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1: Critical Inquiry, Crime Analysis, The Paradigm Shift

OC23954385 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
If people agree with findings, they consider them obvious, if they disagree, they view them as unscientific because common sense told them so. Common s
View Document
UMDPSYC 300Tracy TomlinsonSpring

PSYC 300 Lecture 1: THE SCIENTIFIC METHOD

OC23954382 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UMDPSYC 300Tracy TomlinsonSpring

PSYC 300 Lecture 2: SCIENTIFIC METHOD

OC23954381 Page
5 Feb 2019
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Midterm: Macromolecules

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Midterm: Macromolecules

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Midterm: Membrane Transport

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Midterm: Membrane Transport

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Midterm: Membrane Transport

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDPSYC 221Jennifer WesselFall

PSYC 221 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Eyewitness Testimony, Explanatory Style, Confirmation Bias

OC23954382 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
Define clinical hindsight bias and give one example: being confident about the diagnosis after the fact. Ex: fake patients entering a mental hospital,
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 27: Cell Signaling

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 28: Cell Division

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 27: Cell Signaling

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 28: Cell Signaling and Cell Division

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 26: Transcriptional Control

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 26: Transcription/Translation

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 26: Transcription/Translation

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document
UMDBSCI 170Patty ShieldsFall

BSCI 170 Lecture 26: Central Dogma

OC23954381 Page
9 Dec 2018
0
View Document