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Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 1, Problem 1ER

The definition of biocultural approach. Introduction: Anthropology It refers to the study of humankind analyze…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 2, Problem 1ER

The first scientist to explain the process of evolutionary change. Introduction: The theory of evolution: It i…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 3, Problem 1ER

The types of cell division. Introduction: Cell division: Cell refers to the basic unit in the body that provid…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

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The examples of microevolution and macroevolution Introduction: Microevolution: It refers to the small-scale e…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

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Definition of Bergmann’s rule and Allen’s rule Introduction: Climate adaption: Climate adaptation refers to th…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

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The examples for life in the trees of primate adaptations. Introduction: Primates Based on tendencies of adapt…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

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The three ways where the reproductive strategies are different from among male and female primates of the spec…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 8, Problem 1ER

The main components of the palaeontology where it which the components contribute for understand the biologica…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 9, Problem 1ER

The hypothesis of primate origins and the environmental pressures which are associated in these hypothesis. In…

Essentials of Physical Anthropology (Third Edition)

Chapter 10, Problem 1ER

The two identical traits which emerged initially in pre-australopithecines and resembles significant attribute…

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Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 1, Problem 1PT

The science of general psychology is not so simple. It is something beyond the intuitions and common sense. Th…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 1, Problem 1CTQ-32

Concept introduction Critical thinking involves evaluating the evidence behind a claim, drawing reasonable con…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 1, Problem 1TYS

Psychology is the branch of science that incorporates the behavior, thought, emotion, personality, and motivat…

Ciccarelli: Psychology_5 (5th Edition)

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Behavior is a study of an individual’s actions, movements, expressions depicted on face and way of communicati…

Psychology (paperback) (4th Edition)

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A psychiatrist is a physician who is dedicated to diagnosing and treating patients with nervous system disorde…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 1, Problem 1MM

The way that critical thinking helps an individual to evaluate claims in the media even if an individual is no…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 1.1, Problem 1LO

Psychological science. Introduction: Psychology is the study of human behaviors and mental activities. The per…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 2, Problem 1CTQ-73

Concept introduction Any subtle gender differences in brain structure and function tend to make headlines, whi…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 2, Problem 1TYS

Hindsight bias is the tendency of the individual (known as the I-knew-it-all-along phenomenon) to believe that…

Psychology in Modules

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Hindsight bias is the tendency of the individual (known as the I-knew-it-all-along phenomenon) to believe that…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

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The development of psychology since its formal inception in 1879. Introduction: Psychology is the study of hum…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 3, Problem 1CTQ-113

Concept introduction Extrasensory perception, or ESP, indicates the ability to detect information by some mean…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 3, Problem 4TYS

A hypothesis is a possible prediction of a phenomena based on observations. However, a theory is a factual exp…

Ciccarelli: Psychology_5 (5th Edition)

Chapter 1.2, Problem 1PQ

The science of general psychology is something beyond the intuitions and common sense. The study and the resea…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 3, Problem 1MM

Measures of central tendency contribute to summarizing data. These involve the mode, the median, and the mean…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 1.3, Problem 1LO

Identification of recent developments in psychological science. Introduction: A remarkable growth is seen in t…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 4, Problem 1CTQ-160

Concept introduction Different theories and research have been published to support as well as negate the idea…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 4, Problem 19TYS

Measures of central tendency contribute to summarizing data. These involve the mode, the median, and the mean…

Ciccarelli: Psychology_5 (5th Edition)

Chapter 1.3, Problem 1TC

Is violence a part of human nature. Introduction: Humans are complex organisms having complex behavior. Aggres…

Psychology (paperback) (4th Edition)

Chapter 1.3, Problem 1PQ

The science of general psychology is something beyond the intuitions and common sense. The study and the resea…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 4, Problem 1MM

The psychologists indicate when they say the human brain is plastic. Concept introduction: The human brain is…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 2, Problem 1PT

A systemic approach of conducting research is called as research method. Scientists conduct variety ofresearch…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 5, Problem 1CTQ-204

Concept introduction Skinner proposed that individual behavior, and society as a whole, could be designed and…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 5, Problem 1TYS

The body’s neural information system is complexity that is built on simplicity. The building blocks of the ner…

Ciccarelli: Psychology_5 (5th Edition)

Chapter 1.4, Problem 1PQ

It is considered that there is no single perspective that can explain mental processes and human behavior. Psy…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 5, Problem 1MM

The brainstem is the oldest part and central core of the brain. The brain stem is responsible for the automati…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 2.1, Problem 1LO

The four primary goals of science. Concept introduction: Science is a concept of study, which deals with the s…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 6, Problem 1CTQ-255

Concept introduction Research has established that memories can be inaccurate or false for many reasons. There…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 6, Problem 11TYS

The brainstem is the oldest part and central core of the brain. The brain stem is responsible for the automati…

Psychology (paperback) (4th Edition)

Chapter 1.5, Problem 1PQ

It is considered that there is no single perspective that can explain mental processes and human behavior. Psy…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 6, Problem 1MM

The primary motor cortex is an important brain area that is involved in the motor function. It is located in t…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 2.2, Problem 1LO

The descriptive studies, correlation studies and experiments. Concept introduction: A researcher in a particul…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 7, Problem 1CTQ-285

Concept introduction We are not natural logical thinkers; in fact there are many thinking tendencies that get…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 7, Problem 19TYS

The primary motor cortex is an important brain area that is involved in the motor function. It is located in t…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 7, Problem 1MM

Selective attention is the awareness for focusing of conscious on minute aspects that we experience. The objec…

Psychological Science (Fifth Edition)

Chapter 2.3, Problem 1LO

The ethical issues associated with conducting psychological research on human participants. Concept introducti…

Discovering Psychology

Chapter 8, Problem 1CTQ-322

Concept introduction Motivation describes various forces — social, emotional, biological, and cognitive— that…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 8, Problem 1TYS

Selective attention is the awareness for focusing of conscious on minute aspects that we experience. The objec…

Psychology in Modules

Chapter 8, Problem 1MM

Life goes through its rhythmic tides. As time varies, the body functioning fluctuates, and with this fluctuati…