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Validity

Validity

Validity Definitions Extent to which a test measures what it purports to measure Extent to which a test is used in an impartial, just, and equitable way Validity is what the test measures and how well it does so (Anastasi, 1954)

By JasminFlorian
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Plate Boundaries and Plate Tectonics

Plate Boundaries and Plate Tectonics

Plate Boundaries and Plate Tectonics. By: Mike Brady, Joe Fassel, Liz Alessi, Brittany Spalding, Josh Minnich. Plate Boundaries. -a fracture that separates one plate from another. 3 different types. Divergent boundary Convergent boundary Transform boundary. Divergent.

By jaden
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Measurement Concepts

Measurement Concepts

Measurement Concepts. Operational Definition : is the definition of a variable in terms of the actual procedures used by the researcher to measure and/or manipulate it. Similar to a ‘recipe,’ operational definitions specify exactly how to measure and/or manipulate the variables in a study.

By mayes
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S-114.740 Special Course in Communication and Cognition: Neural Plasticity

S-114.740 Special Course in Communication and Cognition: Neural Plasticity

S-114.740 Special Course in Communication and Cognition: Neural Plasticity. Iiro P. Jääskeläinen, Ph.D., Professor Cognitive Science and Technology Laboratory of Computational Engineering. What is plasticity?. Functional organization of the brain reflects adaptation to environment

By gordon
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Chapter 9 Quiz

Chapter 9 Quiz

Chapter 9 Quiz. Intelligence. Don’t forget to write your answers on a separate piece of paper to grade when you’re done!. 1. Aptitude tests are designed to measure a. Previously learned facts b. Future performance c. Previously learned skills d. Your IQ score.

By rumor
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Plate Boundaries

Plate Boundaries

Plate Boundaries. CONVERGENT (and divergent if you missed it yesterday). CONVERGENT DAY. Converge – Collide.  Moving together. Edusmart notes – Divergent (Show Mrs. DeLeon when you’re done) pg . _80_. Click on Edusmart (desktop) Click on Effects of Plate Tectonics

By gale
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Plate Boundary Rap

Plate Boundary Rap

Plate Boundary Rap. By: Mr. Comerford. Plates move as slow as your fingernails grow, And as Wegener helped discover, Boundaries that: Converge come together Diverge pull apart And transform slide past each other. Convergent. Collide. Divergent. Divide. Transform. Sliiide.

By paul
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By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2009

By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2009

Plate Tectonics. Challenge # 4. By Liz LaRosa http://www.middleschoolscience.com for http://sciencespot.net/ 2009. Name the two plates shown. Name the two plates shown. Convergent - Indian and Eurasian Plates.

By kaipo
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EML 4561 Introduction to Electronic Packaging

EML 4561 Introduction to Electronic Packaging

EML 4561 Introduction to Electronic Packaging. W. Kinzy Jones, Professor MME MWF 11:00-11:50 Jones@fiu.edu 305-393-0506(mobile) 305-348-4663 (office ). Notes on the field. I am Past President and Fellow, IMAPS, The Microelectronics and Packaging Society

By colman
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MUTATION- A change in the DNA sequence caused by a mistake in DNA replication or exposure to radiation or chemicals

MUTATION- A change in the DNA sequence caused by a mistake in DNA replication or exposure to radiation or chemicals

MUTATION- A change in the DNA sequence caused by a mistake in DNA replication or exposure to radiation or chemicals CONVERGENT EVOLUTION- process by which unrelated organisms independently evolve similarities when adapting to similar environments

By miyoko
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Bell Ringer Take out a sheet of paper, put your name on it. Write your answer to the questions.

Bell Ringer Take out a sheet of paper, put your name on it. Write your answer to the questions.

Bell Ringer Take out a sheet of paper, put your name on it. Write your answer to the questions. What type of tectonic activity made Hawaii? What activity within the mantle causes plate movement? What type of erosion created the Great Lakes?

By deliz
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LITHOSPHERIC PLATES

LITHOSPHERIC PLATES

LITHOSPHERIC PLATES. Lithosphere consists of the crust and the upper mantle. Earth’s crust is broken into pieces called plates These plates move/float on the asthenosphere . How do we know that the plates move?. Prentice Hall Page 256.

By hagop
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Layout and Revision for Summer Test

Layout and Revision for Summer Test

Layout and Revision for Summer Test. Short Questions Plate Tectonics The Rock Cycle Earthquakes Volcanoes Fold Mountains 3 Long Questions Physical Geography – Formation of rock type and landscape

By marva
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DO NOW

DO NOW

DO NOW. Take out last night’s homework – Continental Drift vs. Sea-Floor Spreading handout Turn to your neighbor and share your answers with your neighbor. PLATE TECTONICS. Plate Tectonics. The idea that Earth’s surface is broken into plates that slide slowly across the mantle

By nizana
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12-4 Convergent and Divergent Series

12-4 Convergent and Divergent Series

12-4 Convergent and Divergent Series. Convergent Series : An infinite series that approaches a limit Divergent Series: An infinite series that does not approach a limit. Are the following series convergent or divergent? 1) 2)2 + 4 + 6 + 8 + 16+… 3) 10 + 8.5 + 7 + 5.5+….

By sal
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Discussion 3/13

Discussion 3/13

Discussion 3/13. Lectures 12&13, plus s ome previous material. Overview. Global circulation cells Trade winds & jet streams Convergent & divergent zones More on jet streams Dish-pan experiment & heat budget Monsoons Precipitation & topography Geostrophic winds & force balance.

By sharne
(60 views)

QUIZ CHAPTER 3 1. The most likely mechanism causing the crustal plates to move is:

QUIZ CHAPTER 3 1. The most likely mechanism causing the crustal plates to move is:

QUIZ CHAPTER 3 1. The most likely mechanism causing the crustal plates to move is: a. convection cells in the mantle b. oceanic currents c. rotation or the earth d. tidal forces

By kiral
(65 views)

Evaluating Earthquakes

Evaluating Earthquakes

Evaluating Earthquakes. Jill Frank September 2006 NSF NMGK-8. Earthquakes. Abrupt shakings of the Earth caused by the release of built up pressure on the Earth’s surface. Earthquakes cause the Earth to shake for less than a minute but can do major damage.

By hilde
(109 views)

Fatih Ecevit Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences

Fatih Ecevit Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences

High-frequency scattering by a collection of convex bodies. Fatih Ecevit Max Planck Institute for Mathematics in the Sciences. Collaborations. Caltech University of Minnesota Max Planck Institute for MIS Max Planck Institute for MIS University of Minnesota. Akash Anand Yassine Boubendir

By van
(136 views)

On the Algebraic Structure of Convergence

On the Algebraic Structure of Convergence

On the Algebraic Structure of Convergence. Alva Couch and Yizhan Sun Tufts University couch@cs.tufts.edu , ysun@cs.tufts.edu. Background. System and network administration (network configuration management) CFengine provides convergent behavior.

By ezra
(128 views)

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