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Trial and Error - In life, we are often faced with tasks where we as individuals are called to make decisions, to choose what is right and what is wrong. Making decisions has the possibility of changing your atmosphere, educationally, spiritually, physically, and psychologically. The ability to make decisions is a humanistic quality that expresses, choice, desire, and confidence. The process in which decisions are made happens one of two ways: by theory and logic, or by trial and error. Both are proven to aid in success, but one is more inspiring than the other....   [tags: Literary Analysis]
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The Significance of Human Error in Aviation - Human Factors in the Aviation Industry The aviation industry has grown into a billion dollar business since its first flight in 1903. More than 1.6 billion customers use the world commercial airlines for professional and leisure travel each year, and more than 40% of the world trade merchandises are transported by airplanes. The aviation industry is responsible for some 28 million jobs directly or indirectly, around the world (Michael, 2009).Since the mid-century, many government and private companies have been strenuously working to decrease the mishap rate in aviation, which have produced outstanding levels of safety....   [tags: Flying, Aviation Safety]
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Total Error in Marketing Research - Total error in marketing research is the deviation between the true value and the observed value in the project. Numerous errors can affect the quality and credibility of the research findings. Two main types of errors have been identified: Random sampling errors and Non-random sampling errors. The first derives from how well the sample selected represent the population being studied while the latter represents all types of error that may occur from sources other than sampling. Since non-sampling error is very broad it has been divided into response errors and non-response errors....   [tags: marketing research, Malhotra, Briks & Wills]
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Human Error - To err is human. Throughout everyday life, human error is around every corner. Human error is defined as, “a mistake made by a person rather than being caused by a poorly designed process or the malfunctioning of a machine such as a computer.” (Encarta, 2009) To simplify this definition, people make mistakes. Human error may become apparent in the form of human behavior or conduct that can be categorized as undesirable, unacceptable, careless, inattentive, forgetful, reckless, harmful, a miscommunication, human performance that is extreme in variability or beyond the limits of that expected, or an inappropriate form of risk taking behavior....   [tags: Miscommunication, Shift Work] 2179 words
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Eyewitness Error - Memory is a cognitive function of the brain that is often taken for granted. Memory may have many purposes, but most importantly it is essentially a record of an entire life span. From this perspective memory is the most important aspect of consciousness. Unfortunately, through formal experimentation it has been shown that memory is fairly inaccurate, inconsistent, and often influenced by our own experiences as well as the bias of others. Memory is not only affected during an observed event, but there are instances where memory can be influenced after an event as well....   [tags: Justice System ]
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Classroom Oral Error Correction in the Philippines - I. Introduction Second language learners often encounter linguistic problems as evidenced in the errors they make in the process of learning another language. Because errors regularly occur in the language classrooms, students and teachers often find themselves confronting with error correction. Error correction, which is also called corrective feedback or negative feedback (Ortega, 2008), has become a topic of great interest to me because of my own experience as a multilingual language learner learning two languages (English and Tagalog) simultaneously as a child in addition to my L1, which is Cebuano....   [tags: Linguistic Problems, Teaching Techniques]
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Common Source of Error in Medical Laboratory - The literature review was done to gather the information about the most common source of error in the medical laboratory. The majority of errors come from the pre-analytical phase that is considered the basis for all laboratory works. Pre-pre-analytic and true pre-analytic are two areas of the pre-analytical phase (Plebani, 2012). Test selection, patient identification, sample collection, preparation and handling are part of the pre-pre-analytical process, while storing, pipetting and centrifugation sample are actual pre-analytical processes (Hawkins, 2012; Plebani, 2012)....   [tags: pre-analytical phase, inappropriate tubes]
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To Accept or Reject the Risk of Error - “To accept anything as true means to incur the risk of error. If I limit myself to knowledge that I consider true beyond doubt, I minimize the risk of error, but at the same time I maximize the risk of missing out on what may be the subtlest, most important, and most rewarding things in life”. That was on page three of E.F. Schumacher’s A Guide for the Perplexed. It was included on the third page on the text because it is one of the most important reoccurring themes throughout the book. Schumacher means that if we only consider things of proven fact then we would be missing out on the rest of the world....   [tags: essays research papers] 1255 words
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Sources of Error in Our Implementation - Sources of Error in Our Implementation Systematic errors > The temperatures on the mercury thermometer may be inexact e.g. may be out by one degree centigrade. > It has been assumed the volume of gas is contained in a compete cylinder when in fact this is not necessarily true, due to: o Spherical shape of the sulphuric bead above it o Residue in the tube o Changes of diameter within cylinder > The volume of air is being partly compresses by the weight of the sulphuric acid bead above it....   [tags: Papers] 713 words
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Reflections on Appropriate Feedback and Error Correction in ELL - Introduction Error correction is a delicate balance, and not for the faint-of-heart. Error correction of ELL students is a useful tool in the hands of a skillful educator. It can point a learner toward discovering correct answers, motivate and push them to work a little harder, and engage a receptive student with useful and informative feedback. Error correction, however, is NOT a punishment. Nor is it an opportunity to denigrate or shame a learner – consciously or unconsciously. Most of us want to be corrected constructively, thoughfully, and respectfully....   [tags: corrective feedback, anxiety, stress]
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Error in Human Reasoning - Error in Human Reasoning Although humans are the only animals that reason, we do not follow probability theory, a normative model, very closely in our everyday reasoning. The conjunction fallacy is one of the major errors that humans commit when dealing with problems that involve probability. Exemplified by Linda the feminist bank teller, this problem occurs when we assume that a conjunction of two premises is more likely than one or more of the premises alone. According to probability, the conjunction of two premises can never be more probable than either of the premises alone....   [tags: Papers] 975 words
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Socrates' Last Error - 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 of law and morality....   [tags: Philosophy Papers]
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Effect of Finite Terms on the Truncation Error of Mie Series for Modeling Light Scattering - The finite sum of the squares of the Mie coefficients is very useful for addressing problems of classical light scattering. An approximate formula available in the literature, and still in use today, has been developed to determine a priori the number of the most significant terms needed to evaluate the scattering cross section. Here we obtain an improved formula, which includes the number of terms needed, for the scattering cross section to be determined with an error smaller than the prescribed accuracy....   [tags: Scientific Research ]
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Human Error and Other Factors That May Cause Accidents in Aviation - There are a multitude of factors which may cause accidents in aviation. Mechanical errors, air traffic control errors, maintenance neglect, and fueling errors are just a few that may contribute to these accidents. Looking closely at the errors mentioned, there is one common factor that, if avoided, may lessen the chances of these accidents in the air: Human Error. From the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, to the faulty handling of military cargo and the mysterious disappearance of Malaysian Airlines Flight 370, we’re left to believe that human negligence, human error and human inconsistencies play the largest contributing factor of airplane accidents....   [tags: malysian airline, terrorism, negligence]
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Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie’s Montaillou: The Promised Land of Error - Montaillou: The Promised Land of Error Emmanuel Le Roy Ladurie’s Montaillou: The Promised Land of Error is an exceptional book, which dives into the lives of peasants of Montaillou in the 14th century. Montaillou is a village, presently French, and is situated in the south of the present day department of Ariege, in southern France. What sets this book apart from others written about the same subject is that it focuses mainly on the testaments of the peasants of the 14th century, before this book there was a small amount of information available which was a direct indications of the peasants....   [tags: history, transhumance, avignon]
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Common Causes of Plane Crashes - Introduction Being involved in an airplane accident is a nightmare scenario for any air travelers, crew and pilots alike. Statistically air travel is among the safest means of transport, but at the same time it is also associated with sporadic accidents that have proven to be extremely terrifying ordeals for all those involved due to a vast array of reasons. The causes of these accidents are of varying nature and depend on some problems that are originated during some stage of the flight process....   [tags: Statistics, Location, Error]
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Meditations on First Philosophy - ... He was certain that God would never deceive him and thus no such ability was given to him, which may ever put him in the wrong direction. So after all these experiences he evidently concluded that there existed a God and his existence depended entirely on Him. In fact every moment of his life was possible because God wanted him to live in this world. Descartes claimed that such a path was discovered by him that would lead everyone from contemplation to true God. No doubt God is the one in whom all the treasures of wisdom and science are contained....   [tags: error, deceiver, God]
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Measuring Random Appraisal Error in Commercial Real Estate - Recent empirical studies imply that most appraisal error is nonrandom, which suggests that strategies that advocate portfolio assembly over individual property selection may be defective. Each step of the appraisal process involves an unknown amount of estimation error. The combination of these errors is unlikely to produce a perfect, error-free estimate of value. Thus, appraisal error is virtually unavoidable. Investors need reasonable estimates of value when buying, selling, or retaining commercial property, so an unknown amount of appraisal error adds uncertainty to the decision-making process....   [tags: essays research papers] 2698 words
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Comparative Stem and Leaf Diagram of Error Lines - Comparative Stem and Leaf Diagram of Error Lines Key: 0 4=0.4 cm Year 7: 0.4, 0.4, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.9, 1.4 Year 11: 0.4, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.9, 0.9, 1.6 Year7 Mode: 0.6 cm Median: 0.6 cm Lower quartile: 0.5 cm Upper quartile: 0.75 cm Interquartile range: 0.75-0.5=0.25 cm Semi-interquartile range: 0.25÷2=0.125 cm Year 11 Mode: 0.6 cm Median: 0.6 cm Lower quartile: 0.6 cm Upper quartile: 0.9 cm Interquartile range: 0.9-0.6=0.3 cm Semi-interquartile range: 0.3÷2=0.15 cm Aware to on track with my second hypothesis and to avoid endless d...   [tags: Papers] 792 words
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A Too-Personal Rant on Fundamental Attribution Error - A Too-Personal Rant on Fundamental Attribution Error It's very easy to misunderstand what other people do. This is, in fact, the basis of a great many human conflicts. I am aware that I do this with some frequency, and am in fact very much in the middle of slandering a particular person presently for attributive reasons. The specifics of the case are illustrative, and the exercise might be helpful to me, too. My first contact with "Bob" was in my freshman seminar class, where I pegged him as a pretentious expletive-deleted....   [tags: Free Essays Online] 411 words
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The Logical Fallacies - What are logical fallacies, evidence, and error in misconceptions. The report will identify nine logical fallacies. If all evidence in an argument appears to be true, still the disputation may be invalid if the logic utilized is not sanctioned (“Logical Fallacies,” 2014). Another name for it is called logical error, in philosophy. There are many fallacies to be aware of when making a sound argument. The nine logical fallacies are Mere assertion/Circular reasoning/Ad hominem, Red herring/Pseudo-questions/False cause, and Sweeping generalizations/Slippery slope/Equivocation or changing means....   [tags: misconceptions, evidence, error]
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Electronic Medical Record - Approximately seventy five percent of Ontarians have an electronic medical record and roughly 10,000 Ontario physicians are using them to improve patient care, enhance health outcomes and increase patient safety. The Electronic Patient Record (EPR) is UHN’s standard Clinical Desktop application developed by Shared Information Management Services (SIMS) which provides healthcare professionals with quick and easy access to integrated patient records available in real time. It includes access to more than one patient record at a time as well as access to other applications....   [tags: Health, reducing medical error]
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The Fatal Error of a Noble Man - In the tragic story The Crucible by Arthur Miller John Proctor is an independent and unselfish farmer who appears to be the perfect example of a good man. This would’ve been true if he only hadn’t committed one crucial mistake, his affair with Abigail Williams. This mistake is what causes his thoughts and emotions to turn into a sea of confusion; and this confusion is what causes his tragic death at the conclusion of the play. It can be firmly said that John Proctor is an unselfish and independent man but inopportunely deeply confused throughout the story....   [tags: Character Analysis] 573 words
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Literal Interpretation of Scripture Removing all Danger of Human Error - Literal Interpretation of Scripture Removing all Danger of Human Error All world religions have their own sacred scriptures. They all teach that the world and the universe was created, that the universe is not meaningless and that it has a purpose as do humans. This is explained in the bible and all sacred literature. Often people ask 'is the bible reliable' and 'was it just made up'. Many Christians believe that the bible is the direct word of God and believe every word of the bible....   [tags: Papers] 769 words
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Review of Descartes: An Intellectual Biography and Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain - Review of Descartes: An Intellectual Biography and Descartes' Error: Emotion, Reason, and the Human Brain Descartes' error, Antonio Damasio tells us, was his belief in "the abyssal separation between body and mind . . . " (250). As Damasio notes, there are certainly many specific "errors" in Descartes' writings--that heat causes the circulation of the blood, for example, or that movement is translated instantaneously through the plenum from one object to another--but all these notions have been "corrected" by subsequent theory in ways that we can imagine Descartes himself might easily accept....   [tags: Descartes ] 733 words
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Tragedies While Climbing Mount Everest Are Caused by Human Error - Tragedies While Climbing Mount Everest Are Caused by Human Error Especially in terrible weather, every second counts while nearing the top of Mount Everest on an expedition. A step in the wrong place or a rope hooked to the wrong crag may send a climber falling thousands of feet into a deep crevasse. Turning an oxygen level the wrong way may leave the air non-breathable to a climber after a few short minutes. These errors happen every season on Everest, no matter what the conditions are. Whether errors in judgement or just simple mistakes, accidents on Mount Everest are caused by human error....   [tags: Mountain climbing Argumentative Essays] 1016 words
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Drug Courts in Error - Rhetorical Box Outline Intro One Our judicial system is in dire need of a make-over. Time and again drug and alcohol offenders (numbering in the thousands per year), are pushed like cattle through the revolving doors of courthouses and jails; each, serving varying terms, only to be back in a cell on similar charges in no time at all. Ultimately, it is behaviors that must be changed. Regardless of the length of a prison or jail sentence; simply “doing time” does not change behaviors. Intro Two Rehabilitation needs to be added to the sentencing equation if we truly wish to make a dent in the underlying problem....   [tags: Rhetorical Box] 995 words
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Nuclear Energy; How Safe is It? - March 11, 2011 an earthquake of 9.0 magnitude struck and caused a tsunami that led to the meltdown of three reactors at Japans Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant. Hundreds of thousands of people found themselves victim of contamination from one of the worst environmental disasters in history. So, how can Nuclear Energy be safe, this is just one of many accidents to happen whether it is by natural disaster or human error nuclear energy is not safe. It has been estimated that some types of spent fuel will be dangerous for 240,000 years and others more than two million years....   [tags: human error, daiichi nuclear plant, disaster]
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Chasing Zero - Chasing Zero is a documentary which was meant to both educate the viewer on the prevalence of medical harm as well as to enlighten both the public and health care providers on the preventability of these events (Discovery, 2010). The documentary expounded on the fact each year more people die each year from a preventable medical error than die due to breast cancer, motor vehicle accidents or AIDS (Institute of Medicine, 1999). Medical harm can result from adverse drug events, surgical injuries, wrong-site surgery, suicides, restraint-related injuries, falls, burns, pressure ulcers and mistaken patient identities (Institute of Medicine, 1999)....   [tags: Health, Preventable Medical Error] 1056 words
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Patient Safety - Introduction Patient safety has become a major concern in the healthcare sector because of the prevalence of medical errors. Patient safety has even stood out as its own ideal discipline and it encompasses certain areas of healthcare service provision such as reporting, analysis and prevention of medical errors (because of the upsurge of medical errors across the globe). Initially, medical errors were not considered a big issue in medical circles until there was an increased trend of medical errors across the globe which resulted into adverse medical events and a high number of patient deaths....   [tags: Health Care, Medical Error] 1767 words
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The Error of Assuming That Crime Is Only Committed by Young, Unemployed Males - It has been largely debated by many academics that crime is generally committed by ‘young, working class…unemployed…males’ and that crime is directly related to a [concentration] or poor, volatile young men for whom violence is a way of life’. (Rock: 1998: 189). This may hold some essence of truth but simply cannot form a definite explanation or generalisation of all crime that is committed within a society. Thousands of crimes are committed every day, many of which are not solely committed by this criteria....   [tags: Uneducated, Poverty, Anti Civil Acts]
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Investigating the Heating of Different Objects - Investigating the Heating of Different Objects AIM: The aim of this lab is to understand how things heat up – how the temperature of a material changes when heat is donated to it - HYPOTHESIS: VARIABLES: Specific Heat – Specific heat of a material is the amount of heat per unit mass required to raise the temperature of that material by one degree Celsius. MATERIALS: DATA: Brass Table 1 Initial H2O Temp(c) Final H20 Temp(c) Weight (g) Water (mL) Change in Temp(c) Error ± 0.05 0.05 0.005 0 .005 0.10 Trial 1 18.90 20.40 53.45 400.05 1.50 Trial 2 17.80 20.00 53.48 401.00...   [tags: Papers] 1584 words
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Accurately Predicting the Focal Length For Four Lens Systems - Abstract: We attempted to accurately predict the focal length for four lens systems: a 100 mm lens, a 200 mm lens, a compound lens system, and an unknown lens. This was done by using an optics track with a mounted light and displayed image, and measurement of the location of image in full focus after movement of a white display plate set up after the lens system. The best value of f100 was determined to be from unweighted computations, with a value of f100=(0.096±0.0004) m, with a percent error of 3.6%, a fractional error of 0.4%, and a discrepancy of 9.1σ....   [tags: Research Analysis] 1812 words
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The Meditations by Rene Descartes - In Descartes’ Meditations, his goal to prove the existence of things could only be accomplished if he was logical, clear, and correct in his thoughts and writings. The most important issues he noted were the threat of being deceived and the potential of being incorrect in his judgments, both of which would lead him into error. Error exists as a problem that individuals encounter on a regular basis, and it also exists as a focal point in Descartes’ Meditations. Descartes defines error as “a privation or lack of some knowledge which somehow should be in me.” As a “thinking thing”, which he defines as “a thing that doubts, understands, affirms, denies, is willing, is unwilling, and also imagine...   [tags: Rene Descartes, 2015]
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Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences - Topic: Research Methods for the Behavioral Sciences Research papers chosen The impact of corporate sustainability on organizational processes and performance, by Robert G. Eccles, Ioannis Ioannou and George Serafeim and The strength of corporate culture and the reliability of firm performance by Jesper B. Sorensen Question 1 A research hypothesis is an assumption made by the researcher before undertaking the actual research and forms part of the expected outputs and research results. The null hypothesis is a negative expectation that nothing is actually going on and is assumed true until proven otherwise....   [tags: null hypothesis, sustainability, Eccles, Sorensen]
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Experiment to Find the Specific Heat Capacity of an Aluminium Block - Experiment to Find the Specific Heat Capacity of an Aluminium Block DATA COLLECTION: Mass(m) (kg) (5dp) Current(I) (A) (2dp) Voltage (V) (2dp) Time(t) (s) (0dp) Initial temp(T1) (ºC) (2sf) Final temp(T2) (ºC) (2sf) +/-( 5*10^ -4) % +/- (1*10^ -1) % +/- (4*10^ -2) % +/- (5*10^-1)s +/- 0.5 ºC +/- (5*10^ -1) ºC 0.99577 3.70 12.07 0 16.0 16.0 0.99577 3.70 12.08 60 16.0 18.0 0.99577 3.68 12.10 120 16.0 20.0 0.99577 3.66 12.11 180 16.0 22.0 0.99577 3.68 12.10 240 16.0 25.0 0.99577 3.64 12.08 300 16.0 27....   [tags: Papers] 481 words
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Between vs. Within-subjects Designs - In simplest terms, an experiment that uses only between-subjects factors is said to use a between-subjects design, and an experiment that uses only within-subjects factors is called a within-subjects design. The fundamental hallmark of a between-subjects design is that each participant is assigned to one and only one level of each factor. For instance, participants might be randomly assigned to either receive negative feedback or positive feedback. Feedback is the independent variable, and it has two levels: positive or negative....   [tags: fatigue, experimental method,practice]
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Legal Incident Reporting Requirements: Vasopressin Overdose - In the case study identify the incident and explain the problem that might trigger a root cause analysis. In this case study, a patient admitted to the intensive care unit (ICU) with septic shock requiring vasopressors that suffered an MI in the course of his treatment due to vasopressin overdose as the incident. The problem that triggered a root cause analysis was likely related to a log increase in the dose of vasopressin because of a prescribing error, pharmacy issues also figured prominently in this error, the computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system that did not eliminate medication errors and domino effect to the nurse that started the medication that eventually caused the pati...   [tags: medical case study]
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Language Acquisition and Corrective Feedback - Corrective feedback has been in the focus of research in SLA during the last years and has become an important part in learners’ language acquisition. Ellis (1994) referred to feedback as “the information given to learners which they can use to revise their interlanguage.” He also distinguishes two different kinds of feedback, positive and negative feedback; positive feedback has to do with the information that indicates that a hypothesis is incorrect. Ellis also mentioned some other forms of feedback such as direct or correction, indirect or the request for conformation, on-record which supplies ‘direct negative evidence’, and off-record which supplies ‘indirect negative feedback’; the neg...   [tags: Education, foreign languages] 992 words
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Nurses-to-Patient Ratios Affect the Care that Patients Receives - Has anyone ever been to a hospital, whereas, she or he calls for the nurse and the nurse did not come in time. Many patients or their family members encounter this situation, because of the low nursing ratio. Throughout the years, nurses have argued that performing safe and quality care depends on the amount of patients in which nurses take care of daily. Moreover, nurses at the bedside feel that having an appropriate nurse patient ratio can increase a patient’s chance of having a positive hospital outcome....   [tags: medication errors, law suites]
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Mistakes in the Medical Field - It’s very difficult to blame someone when mistakes occur in an environment in which we hope learning and improvement will take place. But eventually someone has to take blame for the mistake. Errors can occur anywhere but when it comes to the healthcare field there are more possibilities.It would include acute care, ambulatory care, outpatient clinics, pharmacies, and patient homes. Many people assume that medical errors involve only wrong medications administered or the wrong surgery performed (Dovey, Kuzel, Phillips, and Woolf, 2004)....   [tags: Critical Care, Medication Errors]
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Springdale Shopping Survey - In a continuation of the Springdale Shopping District Survey, use of confidence intervals is introduced to improve upon the evaluation of the quality of the statistics derived from the survey of a sample population. There has historically been an assumption that the respondents represent a simple random sample of all potential respondents within the community and that the population is large enough that application of the finite population correction would not make an appreciable difference in the results....   [tags: statistics, confidence interval, sample population]
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Telecommunication Systems - Telecommunication Systems 1) If the noise pulse signal cross the decision level of the detector then an error will occur in the bit value. If the noise is Gaussian there is equal probability for the noise voltage to increase the sample value and to decrease the sample value. Sampling at mid-interval T could result in an error if the noise value is happen to be large. Backward error control is a scheme in which the data is sent coded so that the receiver can detect errors, the receiver requests retransmission of a data block (frame) contain an error....   [tags: Papers] 348 words
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Mate Attraction and Evolution - According to error management theory (EMT), when judgments are made under uncertainty, and the costs of errors are not symmetrical, humans have adapted to favor making less costly errors (Haselton, Buss, & DeKay, 1998). When judgments are made under conditions of uncertainty, there are two possible types of errors: false positives and false negatives. The costs of making these types of errors are often asymmetrical because decreasing the likelihood of making one type of error increases the likelihood of making the other type of error (Green & Swets, 1966)....   [tags: Human Evolution]
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Three Study Boxes: Written Corrective Feedback - Study Box 1 Background This study investigated how both teachers and ESL students perceive written corrective feedback (WCF), focusing on their perception about the usefulness of different types and amount of WCF as well as their reasons for having such perceptions. Research questions 1. What amount of WCF do ESL students and teachers think is most useful, and why. 2. What types of WCF do students and teachers think are most useful, and why. 3. What types of errors do students and teachers think should be corrected, and why....   [tags: Chi Square Test, Teacher Perception]
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The Effects of Tobacco - The Effects of Tobacco The smoking of tobacco became prevalent early in this century. The production of flue-cured tobacco, the development of cigarette rolling machines, and a public health concern over tuberculosis germs being spread through the cuspidors associated with snuff and chewing tobacco, all contributed to an increase in cigarette smoking. As smoking became more common, health problems emerged which seemed to be related to smoking. In the 1950’s, sir Richard Doll, a British researcher, studied the smoking habits of more than 34,000 physicians and found a strong correlation between smoking and disease....   [tags: Papers] 876 words
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Determining The Ratio Of Circumference To Diameter Of A Circle - Determining the Ratio of Circumference to Diameter of a Circle In determining the ratio of the circumference to the diameter I began by measuring the diameter of one of the si objects which contained circles, then using a string, I wrapped the string around the circle and compared the length of the string, which measured the circumference, to a meter stick. With this method I measured all of the six circles. After I had this data, I went back and rechecked the circumference with a tape measure, which allowed me to make a more accurate measure of the objects circumferences by taking away some of the error that mymethod of using a string created....   [tags: essays research papers] 528 words
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Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Calcium - Determination of the Relative Atomic Mass of Calcium In this experiment, I will determine the relative atomic mass of calcium by two different methods. v By measuring the volume of hydrogen produced. v By titrating the lithium hydroxide produced. Method 1 -------- [IMAGE] v 0.10g of calcium used. v 100cm3 of distilled water used. Results Method 1 Mass of Calcium (g) Total volume of gas produced (cm3) 0.10 37 v Starting point of water in cylinder = 238cm3 v Ending point, after reaction complete, of water in cylinder= 201cm3 v (238 - 201 = 37) Deduction of 37cm3, therefore 37cm3 of hydrogen gas produced....   [tags: Papers] 986 words
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