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    Systematic Review

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    Statistically significant p value 0.05, 95 CI, outcome may not be useful Confidence intervals are a measure of the precision of the results of a study. For example, “36 [95% CL 27-51]”, a 95%Cl range means that if you were to repeat the same clinical trial a hundred times you can be sure that 95% of the time the results would fall within the calculated range of 27-51. Wider intervals indicate lower precision; narrow intervals show greater precision (Schardt & Mayer, 2010). P value refers to the probability

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    Essay On False Memory

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    False memory occurs when an event that never happened is remembered or it differs from reality. This effect can be created using a Deese-Roediger-McDermott (DRM) list. Each list contains 12 words associated with each other, and a critical non-presented word (CNPW) or lure word. Following the presentation of a DRM list, a recognition test shows that participants claim to confidently remember the lure word in great detail, although it was not presented. According to the spreading activation theory

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    Figure 5: Effect of regeneration media on shoot initiation All three regeneration media illustrate a significant effect at P ≤ 0.05 on number of shoots. In variety Iceberg, the number of shoots initiation in the regeneration media c was significantly different from regeneration media b and a. It showed the highest number of shoots (2.066 mean score/regeneration media). There was no significant different between regeneration media b and a. Among these two media higher number of shoots was obtained

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    Data Observational Study

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    Data collection Four sites were sampled from the Priest River Experimental Forest in Idaho. Sample plot locations were specifically chosen to compare different areas. At each site, each group used a GPS to navigate to a specific destination for further observational studies. The elevation in meters was then recorded from the GPS. The range of the observational study was made within a circular plot with a radius of 18 meters and approximately 0.1 hectares. Two meter tapes were set perpendicular

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    Pm3110 Unit 6 Lab Report

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    Application of ASS+ on the real building was monitored from September 8 to October 3. Only data acquired during clear days (Figure 16) with similar thermal site conditions (Figure 17) were used. Data recorded during rainy days were not included. The ratio of the Ei to the outdoor illuminance at shaded area (Eo) from the 4 selected day of monitoring results (Figure 16) showed that ASS performed well following the performance of ADS. The Ei of the building equipped with ASS at noon decreased. The

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    Critical Review Essay

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    Angela Huang Critical Review Form Quantitative Studies TITLE of your article: European, randomized, phase 3 study of lisdexamfetamine dimesylate in children and adolescents with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder STUDY PURPOSE: Was the purpose stated clearly? __x_ Yes ___ No Outline the purpose of the study (i.e., study objective or aim): The purpose of this study was to compare the efficacy of using a stimulant versus a placebo in children and adolescents aged 6-17 years old. The

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    The ERP analysis, like the behavior analysis, did not did not show evidence of preferential processing of the fearful stimulus in high anxiety group. There was no difference in the interpretations of the morph following the fear-neutral trials between the two groups. It was predicted that high anxious would attend to the fearful adaptor than the neutral adaptor, and would thus interpret the morph as neutral, showing a weaker LPP amplitude than the low anxious individuals. This prediction was based

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    1 in 88 children in the U. S. is affected with the disability of the development of autism. Treatments of autism has made many advances into diagnosing treatment for autism, especially because there is no cure. As it affects many areas of individuals’ lives, researchers are moving forward to find different treatments. In the Cognitive Effects of Risperidone in Children With Autism and Irritable Behavior, children with autism and irritable behavior are being tested by risperidone to see the side effects

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    Comparison of High and Low Similarity Verbal Learning Retention in College Students Method Participants The participants were 1 white male and 1 black female ages 21 and 26, respectively. The male participant, who was tested with the High Similarity (HS) condition, knew four languages (Russian, Polish, French and English). The female participant, tested with the Low Similarity (LS) condition, knew two languages (English and French). Although both participants were college students, they varied

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    The Effect of One's Emotional State on the Memory Research Aim This experiment requires an investigation to prove ones emotional state has a large effect on ones memory. In this case someone's in a happy emotional state will have a better memory than someone in a sad or depressed emotional state. Alternate Hypothesis Participants having had listened to happy upbeat music will remember significantly more words than those having had listened to sad depressing music. Null Hypothesis

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