SOCIAL STUDIES HIGH SCHOOL

The most frequently reported side effects of anabolic steroids among women, according to one study, are

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Answer 1
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Women who use anabolic steroids experience side effects like having some masculine characteristics like facial hair, deep voice etc.

Women using anabolic steroids has muscular traits as side effects of the drug, some women incorporate this anabolic steroids into their fitness routines in other to reduce their body fat.

These steroids lead to unwanted reactions in the future, because even after stopping the medication, the side effects persist in most cases. some of these are depression, anxiety disorders, deeper voices as well as psychological problems.

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Answer 2
Answer: A frequently reported side effect would be more facial hair and a lowered voice

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consumers influence producers: by showing what they want through their purchasing decisions, and by (blank), and by (blank).

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Consumers influence the decisions of producers by showing what they want through their purchasing decisions and through the products they demand manufacturers to make.

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MIDDLE SCHOOL

What was one reason that U S. laws regarding race kept changing?​

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Answer:

Martin Luther King.... People opinion....And civil rights

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Thorndike is to _____ as skinner is to _______.​

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Thorndike is to the law of effect as skinner is to operant conditioning. Thus the correct option is B.

Who was Skinner?

A psychotherapist, behaviorist, and social philosopher from the United States were named Frederic Skinner. The operant conditioning process and the idea of reinforcement schedules are two of his well-known theories in the world of psychology.

According to Edward Thorndike's law of effect concept, "reactions that generate a pleasing impact become more likely to occur again while responses that produce an uncomfortable consequence become less likely to occur again.

According to Skinner's operant conditioning theory, whether a subject is engaging in the desired activity or not, a specific reward or punishment must be given.

Therefore, option B is appropriate.

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The missing option are

. classical conditioning; operant conditioning

b. the law of effect; operant conditioning

c. observational learning; latent learning

d. operant conditioning; classical conditioning

Answer: E) Law of Effect; operant conditioning

The full question is as follows:

“Thorndike is to __ as Skinner is to__  A)classical conditioning; Law of Effect B)classical conditioning; operant conditioning C)operant conditioning; classical conditioning D)Law of Effect; classical conditioning E)Law of Effect; operant conditioning”

The Conditioning Theory is a behavioral process, whereby a response (reaction) becomes more frequent to a given object (stimulus) because of a   reward (reinforcement) for the response in a given situation.

Two most important of these theories are Law of Effect proposed by Edward Thorndike and operant conditioning by Burrhus Frederic Skinner.

MIDDLE SCHOOL

Who stepped up at jamestown when it was struggling in the beginning?

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I not positive but I think it was 104 boys
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