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    For my second project I chose a case study of an automotive manufacturing company. The featured article did a case study on the successful implementation of six sigma DMAIC process along with Beta correction. The authors of the article studied the baseline performance of the process of the automotive manufacturing company, in order to identify the potential causes of the process related problem. They collected various types of data on all the identified potential causes and different types of statistical

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    I used the ACL data in order to explore the different mechanisms by which ACL respondents’ quantity of life-threatening chronic conditions is affected by their fear of their neighborhood. The overall results that I collected from the ACL data show a significant relationship between the amount of neighborhood fear an individual perceives and the number of concurrent life threatening chronic conditions they have. In Table 2, those who experienced more fear in their neighborhoods tended to have more

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    a potential difference in implicit attitudes between two conditions, we would need about 200 participants in each condition for a power of 0.8 to obtain one-sided confidence intervals not overlapping zero (corresponding to a one-tailed test of significance). Method Participants. After excluding 18 participants who dropped out before completion, 5 that participated in a similar previous study, and one participant that did not provide proper descriptions of the videos, 442 participants remained for

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    Like people say, everything is good in moderation. That applies to technology and students too, because there are many studies that show a lot of different sides to this topic. Some people say all work and no technology for students; because they believe it can become an obsession and distract them from school work and other major events. There are large arguments about this, and both sides have evidence believing they have the correct answer. I cannot say which side is correct, but I could say,

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    This study looked at the role of sports in inhibiting the development of early social anxiety symptoms in children between 7 and 8 years old. With multiple hypotheses the researchers hoped to show that exercise and sports will have an anti-anxiety effect on this specific (social) form of anxiety. The specific hypothesis were as follows: children who participate in extracurricular sports should have less social anxiety symptoms one year later than a child practicing no sports, children on a team sport

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    Phase II Study. Systematic review on Insufficient Evidence Research Question Compared with non-GRADE approach (USPSTF approach), is the use of the GRADE Evidence to Recommendation approach to make recommendation in insufficient evidence scenarios more effective in facilitating the process of decision making for guideline developers? Methods Participants Guideline developers would be considered eligible participants. Guideline developers were defined as: people involved in guideline developments as

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    One of the earliest models investigating attention was developed by Broadbent (1954, 1971 cited in Edgar 2007) who considered that incoming information on different sensory "channels" was selectively filtered and that only one stream could be semantically processed at a time. This model typified the "bottleneck" approach to selective attention. His work focused on filtering and the early stages of processing. The bottleneck operates by filtering out sensory information on the basis of physical characteristics

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    Report on statistics Introduction Background information Mice studied had been genetically engineered to have a highly aggressive form of brain cancer. Once the mice had developed tumors they were treated with the chemotherapy drug temozolomide (TMZ), which is currently used to treat glioblastoma in humans. This was done to temporarily stop the tumors growing. Researchers used various methods to look at what types of cells started the re-growth of these tumors. They tested whether killing

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    A PROMPT analysis of the study by Riviere et al (2001) that examined whether a nutritional education program could prevent weight loss in patients with Alzheimers disease found the information clearly presented in a standard format for empirical studies. The language is unbiased, specific, not overly technical and easily understood by a person with a scientific background. The authors had no obvious conflicts of interest and were sponsored by the European Health Promotion Program, a non-commercial

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    4cm Incline Lab Report

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    On Tuesday in lab, we wanted to measure the velocity and acceleration of a ball rolling down an incline. To do this, we made our table have an incline by putting wood blocks under two legs of the table. We placed meter sticks on a table so we could determine the distance the ball traveled for a certain amount of time. We placed the ball at the 0cm mark on the meter stick and let go of the ball so it could roll down the table. To make our results more accurate, we videoed the ball rolling down the

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