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    Perceptual Errors

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    Perceptual Errors Perceptual Organization (1)  Similarity is described as the tendency to group similar items. Similarity is much like stereotyping. Stereotyping is when someone judges another person on the perception of the group to which that person belongs.  Proximity is described as the tendency to group elements that are close together. Implicit theories allow the presence of one characteristic to bring up a list of other characteristics that one would “think” goes with it. Implicit

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    Famous Marketing Errors

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    Greselile datorate alegerilor nepotrivite de nume de marci sau sloganuri – apar ca o neconcordanta clara intre o marca utilizata de companie si tara in care respectiva marca se lanseaza ( cauzele sunt diferite conotatii ale termenilor ce denumesc marcile respective). Astfel de greseli pot fi evitate printr-o mai buna documentare initiala din punct de vedere lingvistic si literar in tara vizata. o In 1990 au fost reintroduse, in Estonia, crematoriile, sub forma de companii private. In acea perioada

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    Dune-lots Of Errors

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    Dune by Frank Herbert is one of the greatest Science Fiction novels of all time. The story is about Paul Atreids as he tries to take back his planet (Arrakis, a.k.a Dune a pure desert world. It is also the only place where spice can be found. Spice is a drug that gives people the ability to see the future, health and long life, (hence the saying, Health and long life are the gifts of the spice, Dune the Sci –Fi mini-series)) from the Harrkonnens the Atreids mortal enemy. The book is based in the

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    1. Computer Errors 1a. What is an error? In the computer world, another word for an error is “corruption. These corruptions happen when data, going from one source to another, is changed. [1] To understand the importance of this change, a more in-depth understanding is needed. Computers speak in their very own language called machine code or binary. This language is a stream of “1’s” and “0’s” is what every operation on every computer in the world depends on to operate. Since nothing in

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    Fatal Errors of Brutus

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    Fatal Errors of Brutus William Shakespeare’s The Tragedy of Julius Caesar is built upon the six lethal mistakes that Brutus unknowingly performs. Brutus believes he uses wise judgment and cunning skill in his plans to prevail over Caesar. There are three errors that seem to be the most significant. They are refusing to take an oath, not killing Antony and allowing Antony to speak at Caesar’s funeral. The plot against Caesar is first devised by Cassius, who slowly allows Brutus to take over

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    When an error occurs, the first step usually taken is to identify the individual that is responsible for the mistake. Frontline providers in health care, like nurses and doctors, are usually held accountable when a mistake occurs that affects patient safety and care. While this is the easiest step, it is not the most effective. "When human error is viewed as a cause rather than a consequence, it serves as a cloak for our ignorance. By serving as an end point rather than a starting point, it retards

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    thinking critically to provide an explanation for our questions because we often tend to fall victim to commonplace errors in thinking. There are three that are most utilized on a day-to-day basis. Three errors in thinking that are the most prosaic -- preferring stories to statistics, seeking to confirm, and arguing from ignorance -- can also be easily avoided. The first error thinking is that of placing a higher value in stories over statistics. To begin with, people trust stories and not statistics

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    Socrates' Last Error

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    Socrates' Last Error In the dialogue, Crito, Socrates justified his decision to accept his death penalty. His decision was praised as principled and just. However, such a view was one of the greatest myths in the history of philosophy. Contrary to the accepted ideas, I wish to show that Socrates’ argument was erroneous, the crucial error being his failure to distinguish between substantial and procedural justice. In fact, the whole of the Crito refers to some deeper problems of the philosophy

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    The Significance of Human Error in Aviation

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    in human error associated mishaps in aviation have fail to match the decrease of disasters due to environmental and mechanical causes. Honestly, humans have been a growing cause in both military and commercial mishaps as automated equipment has become more dependable (Michael, 2009). Humans, by our very own nature, commit errors or mistakes; for that reason, it must come as no amazement that human fault has been involved in a range of industrial mishaps, including about 80% of human error in the aviation

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    Although much of the reasoning behind Affirmative Action is good, it goes wrong in a few major ways. Affirmative action is meant to bring an end to discrimination. In trying to do so, though, it elevates the so-called disadvantaged minorities above other groups. In addition, the members of the particular minority groups are stereotyped according to the group they are in rather than being looked at as an individual. Affirmative action also makes the assumption that minority groups are, in fact, disadvantaged

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