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Psychology

Compare the two personality assessments and respond to the following questions:

Compare the two personality assessments and respond to the following questions:
Describe the history of each test.
Who developed it and why?
Where would it be administered? (as part of a job interview, in a psychiatric setting, to determine a field of study, to set up a good dating match)
What is your opinion of each test? Be sure to include evidence to support your opinion.
What are the pros and cons or strengths and weaknesses of each test?
The Rorschach Inkblot Test
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI)
assignment should be typed into a Word or other word-processing document, formatted in APA style.
Please include 2 to 3 credible resources as evidence to support your comparisons.
The assignment must be double-spaced and include an APA-formatted title and reference page. In-text citations are required in the body of your writing, and full source citations in your reference page. Font size must be 10-12 pt. (Times New Roman 12, Arial 11, Calibri 11, Lucida Sans Unicode 10, Georgia 11).

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Other

Many complications can arise that researchers may face when they collect primary

Many complications can arise that researchers may face when they collect primary data in a foreign market. One example of a complication would be cultural problems because interacting may be challenging when the researchers come from a different cultural background than the locals. Also different terms and metrics could be used which could provide complications for the researchers. Organizations updating their data collection methods and procedures must also be mindful of the need to maintain reporting consistency using the current data items. For instance, many service providers are required to regularly provide specific data fields by the requirements of their funding agency. Cross-language research techniques can ensure that those with language challenges have a say in the evidence guiding policies that influence the implementation and financing of services. Producing thorough, trustworthy, and accurate cross-language research requires an understanding of the inherent conscious and unconscious biases of individuals doing research with this population and how this may appear in research projects. Surveys must be written in one language, then translated into each of the languages of the countries being studied. For analysis and interpretation, responses must also be translated back into their original language. This raises the cost of research and raises the possibility of mistakes (Beverly Hills Lingual Institute, 2022). Global businesses are forced to interact with their customers all over the world due to cultural variations and potential marketing problems. Even though there may be significant expenses and difficulties involved with conducting overseas research, skipping it could result in missed chances and mistakes that could be even more costly. The pros of researchers collecting data in a foreign market outweigh the cons.
References
Beverly Hills Lingual Institute. (2022). Blog language, learning and culture. The Challenges of International Marketing Research. Retrieved from https://www.bhlingual.com/the-challenges-of-international-marketing-research-blog

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Art & architecture

Please carefully read the instructions from the start to the end as it contains

Please carefully read the instructions from the start to the end as it contains crucial information about the Formal Analysis Paper! Please do your best and show your effort and time to the project as I will leave a good tip if the project is executed the right way.

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Criminal Justice

The purpose is to provide proposed methodology including below subsections : (1)

The purpose is to provide proposed methodology including below subsections : (1) Proposed Prevention/Mitigation Strategy
(2) Research Question
(3) Variable
(4) Sampling Design
(5) Proposed Data Collection Technique
(6) Human Subject Protections
(7) Measurement Quality
Please review the word doc named “Methodology” for detailed instructions. Also, please review the literature review and use references from there. Articles used in the literature review are attached for your reference. Lastly, no need to add a conclusion. Only discuss the sections mentioned above.

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Literature

This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin™.** I have included a picture of t

This assignment will be submitted to Turnitin™.**
I have included a picture of the assignment instructions and all the reading assignments for the units
Each picture is the reading assignments for the different units

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English

Using this website (https://www.nami.org/Your-Journey/Identity-and-Cultural-Dime

Using this website (https://www.nami.org/Your-Journey/Identity-and-Cultural-Dimensions/Black-African-American) as the most main source, the essay will be about how me as a black male in America is dealing with the recent (11 months ago) diagnosis of bipolar and the stigma of mental health in the black community.
Research Prompt:
You are expected to write a 5-8+ page, double spaced research paper in MLA style with a “Works Cited” page, on a research topic that supports or gives background history to your specific intersection with history.
This paper must be supported by at least 8 credible sources.
Every source you’ve used must be listed in the “Works Cited,” even if it was used for background research and not directly quoted.
For example, if your narrative focuses on some sort of specific abuse and you want to focus on how to help survivors of abuse, your research and presentation of that research should focus on that specific aspect (you’d look up how often abuse happens, what can lead to it, and how folks can find or struggle to find support).
Your research paper must:
Have a clear and specific thesis that lays out what the paper will prove and what order it will be proved in. In other words, your thesis is laying out your argument and your paper must match the order laid out in the thesis.
Your thesis will likely be a long sentence and often a list style of sentence. Make sure that you’re revising your thesis as you revise your paper.
Your thesis must reflect what you’re trying to prove in your paper, but also how and why you are proving it.
Include an outline with a number for each paragraph that lays out the following in complete sentences: 1) The thesis, 2) Topic sentences for each paragraph, followed by noting what specific evidence will go in each body paragraph, and d) More specific statement of
argument in the conclusion.
Be organized into paragraphs that begin with a topic sentence that lays out what the paragraph will be about or prove.
NOTE: All paragraphs must begin with a topic sentence. Do not begin a paragraph with quotes or paraphrases from your research.
Effectively use evidence by introducing the source, including the quote or paraphrase, and then explaining the quote/paraphrase in your own words, often including how this data supports the argument you make in the paper.

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History

Hello, I have attached the Battle Analysis notes and the reading that needs to b

Hello,
I have attached the Battle Analysis notes and the reading that needs to be done
I think the best question choice to base this analysis off of is
– use Two principles of War and two METT-TC items to support your analysis
for the two principles of war, you can talk about Maneuver & Offensive
& for METT-C you can talk about the Terrain and Troops
essay can only be 500 words not 550

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Statistics

1) I want to prove the population mean of household income in Kentucky is not eq

1) I want to prove the population mean of household income in Kentucky is not equal to $80k. 2) Census records shows 1,748,053 households in Kentucky. 3) Census records shows mean household income in kentucky is $72,318. 4) Census records shows the average low income for Ky being $24999, the mean being $72318, the median being $52289 and average high being over $200000. Sd = $7750.4.
This will work well for the project, but you need a sample size. Use 1200 for the sample size. Use the values you have identified, mean of 72,318 and standard deviation of 7750.40.

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Nursing

one response with now reference to each discussion. discussion 1- Pathophysiolo

one response with now reference to each discussion.
discussion 1- Pathophysiology: Scoliosis is defined as a lateral curvature of the spine that occurs in a variety of conditions, defined commonly as >10 degrees of curvature (as measured by the Cobb angle) (Scherl & Hasley, 2022). It can be classified into three categories: idiopathic, congenital, and neuromuscular scoliosis. Idiopathic scoliosis is a diagnosis made when all other causes are excluded and comprises about 80% of all cases with adolescent idiopathic scoliosis being the most common type of scoliosis, often diagnosed during puberty (American Association of Neurological Surgeons [AANS], 2022). Congenital scoliosis is caused by asymmetry secondary to congenital vertebral anomalies such as hemivertebrae or congenital fusion, often associated with other organ system abnormalities (Scherl & Halsey, 2022). Neuromuscular scoliosis occurs secondary to neurological or muscular diseases such as cerebral palsy, spinal cord trauma, muscular dystrophy, and spina bifida. This type of scoliosis is more progressive than idiopathic scoliosis and often requires surgical intervention (AANS, 2022). Syndromic scoliosis is related to VACTERL (vertebral, anal atresia, cardiac defects, tracheoesophageal fistula, renal abnormalities, and limb defects) and neurofibromatosis (LeFever & Menger, 2022)
Epidemiology: Scoliosis affects 2-3 percent of the population or approximately 6 to 9 million people in the United States. It can develop during infancy or early childhood, but the average age of onset for scoliosis is 10-15 yrs. old, affecting boys and girls equally. 8 x as many females are likely to progress to curve that needs treatment. Scoliosis patients make at least 600,000 visits each year to private physician offices, with approximately 30,000 children being fitted with a brace and 38,000 undergoing spinal fusion surgery (AANS, 2022).
Physical Exam Findings: Exam findings are done by exposure to the trunk and back to envision the iliac crest and posterior and anterior iliac spines. Upon inspection, findings of scoliosis may include curvature of spine with thoracic or lumbar asymmetry; differences in the level of the shoulders or scapulae; asymmetry of the waistline; asymmetry in the distance that the arms hang from the trunk; and head shifted to one side and not centered over the sacrum. It may be seen by performing the Adams forward bend test and having ≥ 10-degree Cobb angle (Scherl & Halsey, 2022).
Differential Diagnoses and Rationale:
Nonstructural curves:
Poor posture, abdominal muscle weakness, psychological problems (hysteria), leg-length discrepancy, paravertebral muscular spasm, or visceral pain.
All of these are often benign and usually correct with postural changes or treatment of the underlying condition and can all mimic scoliosis in their presentation (Chin et al., 2021).
Structural curves:
Idiopathic scoliosis: a diagnosis of exclusion, either early onset or late onset. Need to rule out central nervous system causes with MRI, such as syringomyelia, Arnold-Chiari malformation (displacement of brain stem into the foramen magnum) or a tethered cord (present with 17% of early-onset scoliosis) (Chin et al., 2021).
Congenital scoliosis: from anomalies in developing vertebrae, may be present in Klippel-Feil syndrome, Goldenhar syndrome and Jarcho-Levin syndrome (Chin et al, 2021).
Neuromuscular scoliosis: result from upper or lower motor neuron disorders, such as cerebral palsy, poliomyelitis, viral myelitides, spinal muscular atrophy, and arthrogryposis, as well as Duchenne and Becker muscular dystrophy. Neurofibromatosis is commonly presented as scoliosis (Chin et al, 2021).
Osteochondrodystrophies: characterized by short stature with spinal deformity manifest in this group. (Chin et al, 2021).
Metabolic diseases: osteogenesis imperfecta, rickets, and homocystinuria may cause scoliosis and kyphosis (Chin et al, 2021).
Iatrogenic deformities: from irradiation or surgery such as thoracotomy, rib resection, etc. may affect growth of the vertebral epiphyseal plate, causing scoliosis or kyphosis (Chin et al, 2021).
Management plan to include diagnostic testing, medications if applicable, follow-up plans, and referrals if needed
X-rays are the primary imaging modality that allows visualization of deformity and measures angular deformity (LeFever & Menger, 2022).
Early-onset scoliosis (EOS) imaging helps provider understand the three-dimensional nature of the deformity with ultra-low dose radiation pulse in a standing or upright position (LeFever & Menger, 2022).
CT allows to see the bony vertebral anatomy in detail and ribs (LeFever & Menger, 2022).
MRI determines abnormalities of the spinal cord. It can detect common co-presentations such as a Chiari, a synrix, or tethered cord (LeFever & Menger, 2022).
Treatment:
Stop progression by: use of spinal bracing, surgery to fix scoliosis with various methods
Referral to a specialist (neurosurgeon, oncologist, orthopedic surgeon, neurologist) for those with clinical or radiographic findings suggestive of congenital or neuromuscular scoliosis (Scherl & Hasley, 2022)
Follow-up with primary provider after seeing specialist.

References
American Association of Neurological Surgeons. (2022). Scoliosis. Retrieved December 1, 2022, from https://www.aans.org/Patients/Neurosurgical-Conditions-and-Treatments/Scoliosis
Chin, K. R., Price, S., , & Zimbler, S. (2021). A guide to early detection of scoliosis. Contemporary Pediatrics. https://www.contemporarypediatrics.com/view/guide-early-detection-scoliosis
LeFever, D., & Menger, R. P. (2022). Infantile and juvenile scoliosis. StatPearls [Internet]. Retrieved December 2, 2022, from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK519498/#_NBK519498_pubdet_
Scherl, S. A., & Hasley, B. P. (2022). Adolescent idiopathic scoliosis: Clinical features, evaluation, and diagnosis. UpToDate. Retrieved December 1, 2022, from https://www.uptodate.com/contents/adolescent-idiopathic-scoliosis-clinical-features-evaluation-and-diagnosis?search=scoliosis%20children&source=search_result&selectedTitle=1~150&usage_type=default&display_rank=1
discussion 2-Microcytic Anemia
Pathophysiology
Microcytic anemia is when the mean corpuscular volume (MCV) is low, or below normal MCV levels of 80-100 fL. In other words, the red blood cells are small (Maner, et al, 2022). This is usually a result of a deficiency in iron storage and or synthesis in the red blood cell, resulting in a smaller cell (Maner, et al, 2022). Causes for a decrease in smaller sized red blood cells can include: iron deficiency from diet, blood loss, or intoxication of lead, malabsorption of iron, an inherited blood disorder, or a result of an inflammatory state such as in chronic disease (Chaudhry & Kasarla, 2022).
Physical exam findings
Irritable, restless.
Pica-a child may want to eat clay or dirt.
Anorexia
Developmental delay.
May be asymptomatic, as in the case with Beta Thalassemia.
Jaundice
(Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Differential diagnoses and rationale
Iron deficiency related to blood loss, dietary deficiency, or bowel disorders.
Most frequent cause of anemia in children (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 746).
Can be related to excessive cow’s milk ingestion (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Can be due to Excessive menstruation
9% of girls develop iron deficiency (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Can be due to malabsorption disorders such as Celiacs (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Consider food insecurity in low-income families.
Thalassemia
The body cannot synthesize hemoglobin.
Alpha thalassemia trait: microcytic anemia with normal Hgb F and HgbA2 levels.
Beta thalassemia minor: insufficient alpha chains. These patients are often asymptomatic and do not require treatment.
Beta Thalassemia major: degradation resulting in no B chains and they require frequent transfusions. These children will have elevated HgbF and HgbA2 levels.
Chronic inflammatory disease
This can result in blood loss and disordered hemoglobin.
Lead intoxication
You will see a low reticulocyte count and elevated blood lead level (Uptodate, 2022).
Copper deficiency
Not very common, but can be seen in malabsorption conditions.
Hereditary pyropoikilocytoses
An inherited blood disorder.
Hemoglobin CC
(Maaks, et al, 2020, p. 746).
Management plan to include diagnostic testing, medications if applicable, follow-up plans, and referrals if needed
Screening
Every child should be screened at 12 months for anemia with a hgb level (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748). If they are anemic, then you can perform additional testing to evaluate the type of anemia such as a CBC-D to evaluate the MCV, RDW, and Reticulocyte levels. With microcytic anemia, there will be a low MCV. A TIBC will be increased and a transferrin level with be decreased with iron-deficiency anemia (Chaudhry, & Kasarla, 2022). In order to differentiate between iron-deficiency anemia and thalassemisa, review with Red cell distribution width (RDW). With iron-deficiency, the RDW will be elevated, whereas it will be in normal limits with Thalassemias (Uptodate, 2022).
If a child is at risk for lead poisoning, they should be screened at 9-12 months of age and at 24 months (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Referrals
Referral to a hematologist if: they Hgb level is 7 g/dL or less or if they have any red flags such as pancytopenia, fever, and bruising.
Referral to nutritionist if they have dietary restrictions, for example due to celiac or choosing to be vegan.
Management: correct the offending factor if there is one- such as excessive menstruation, celiac disease or lead intoxication.
Initial management for iron-deficient anemia: begin Iron supplementation and repeat Hgb level in one month, with the goal of an improvement of 1-2 /dL (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 748).
Breast fed babies should take iron supplements starting at 4 months of age, when the maternal storage is decreased (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 750).
If iron supplementation does not improve the anemia, then refer to hematologist as they may have a Thalassemia (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 751).
For thalassemia: collaboration with a hematologist as they patient may require no treatment or transfusions (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 752). If they require frequent transfusions, then there is the risk of iron overload requiring chelation therapy (Maaks, et al, 2020, p 752).
References
Chaudhry HS, Kasarla MR. (2022). Microcytic Hypochromic Anemia. StatPearls. Retrieved from: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK470252/
Maaks D. L. G., Starr N., & Gaylord N. (2020). Burns’ Pediatric Primary Care. [Pageburstls]. Pp 746-752. Retrieved from https://pageburstls.elsevier.com/#/books/9780323581967/
Maner BS, Moosavi L. Mean Corpuscular Volume. (2022). In: StatPearls.
Retrieved from:
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/books/NBK545275/
UptoDate. (2022). Approach to the Child with Anemia. Retrieved from https://www.uptodate.com
/contents/approach-to-the-child-with-anemia

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Accounting

Hey Please read the instructions clearly! You are to write the introduction part

Hey Please read the instructions clearly!
You are to write the introduction part of me and my groups word report on the course- financial accounting (maximum 300 words). The purpose of the introduction is to introduce the company my group chose to work on, and that is Fortnox.
I will send you a descriiption file of our group project and report so that you can have e clear understanding of the context, so please take the time to read through the whole file.
I will also send you an “example report” from another group of students from previous year. Please have a read on their introduction part as well!!
And lastly i will send you the file of the report template that you are going to use.
I have used paper help a few times and majority of the times, something is always wrong and missing because the instructions wasn’t followed som please read through the descriiption file and the intro part of the example-report so that everything will be fine
Thank you so much!