How do you know the research is methodologically robust?

Read the Case Study of Marvin.
In addition to anxiety being a symptom of mental health diagnoses, it can also be a symptom of certain medical illnesses.
Find a medical condition that can mimic or cause anxiety and obsessive-compulsive symptoms, and find two articles about that medical disorder.
Post your summary of the two research articles you reviewed. Be sure that you integrate both into one coherent summary, providing support for your claims about which medical conditions should be kept in mind when seeing anxiety and obsessive-compulsive symptoms.
What, if any, ethnic or cultural controversies are factors to consider when teasing out the etiology of anxiety and obsessive-compulsions related to this medical concern?
Note: You may want to pay particular attention to the sections of your DSM-5-TR text that review substance or medication-induced anxiety or obsessive-compulsive disorders, as well as possible medical reasons for the disorders.
Any of the listed medical conditions might contribute to Marvin’s anxiety and obsessive-compulsive behaviors.
Provide a critical evaluation of the research you studied.
Is it methodologically robust?
Are the findings sufficiently robust to persuade you?
Be sure to support your conclusions well. Think about these issues carefully before you begin to write this post. It will be particularly important for you to answer these questions:
How do you know the research is methodologically robust?
What is needed to make it robust?
If you are unsure about this, how can you get your questions answered?


Results of the research project part 1

Results of the Research Project Part 1
As an initial response to the discussion topic please create a Power Point presentation consisting of 7-8 slides, plus the title slide, that contains the main results of all questions in part 1 of the Research Project you developed about the company’s financial performance, your recommendations on the company’s financial stability, and which steps should be done to improve its financial stability.


What could be some possible outcomes?

IBSN13: 9781618533531
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200 words per Question (1-1, 1-2, 1-3)
Ch 1 – Intro to Cost Accounting, Ch 2 – Cost Terminology & Behaviors, Ch 9 Break-even Point & Cost volume-Profit Analysis
1-1 Compare financial versus managerial accounting. Consider the users of the information provided and the impact on decision making. Comment on how the users would change depending on the size of the organization and type of organization.
1-2 How can a management accountant influence business decision even if they are not the decision-maker? What could be some possible outcomes?
1-3 Research information related to this week’s objectives. Post the link, a synopsis of the article, how it relates to one of the objectives this week and a review of how effective the article was in helping to explain or illustrate the objective.
Also – E1-15, E1-16, E2-10, P2-37, E9-8, P9-35


Are there relevant connections between the work of the influential figure you selected (i selected fred sigmund) and the individual neal e miller was selected by classmate?

Historical Foundations in Psychological Research
To prepare for this discussion read The 100 Most Eminent Psychologists of the 20th CenturyLinks to an external site
(Haggbloom, S. J., Warnick, R., Warnick, J. E., Jones, V. K., Yarbrough, G. L., Russell, T.M., Borecky, C. M., McGahhey, R., Powell, J. L., III, Beavers, J., & Monte, E. (2002). The 100 most eminent psychologists of the 20th centuryLinks to an external site.. Review of General Psychology, 6(2), 139–152. and Classic Articles as Primary Source Reading in Introductory PsychologyLinks to an external site. articles. Griggs, R. A., & Jackson, S. L. (2007). Classic articles as primary source reading in introductory psychologyLinks to an external site.. Teaching of Psychology, 34(3), 181–186.
Also, review the Classics in the History of PsychologyLinks to an external site.(Classics in the history of psychologyLinks to an external site.. ( website.
Neal E. Miller was an American psychologist who lived a long 92 years and left much for the future of aspiring psychologists to live vicariously through his studies. One of the studies I want to discuss is his Frustration and Aggression book which was written by five members of the Institute of Human Relations at Yale University. It is mentioned it was a replicated theory that Freud created; co-operative research. Three of those writers were devoted, as quoted in the beginning of the book, “…that aggression is always a consequence of frustration and that frustration is always followed by aggression.” Thinking of this as a domino effect, one after another because those emotions and actions seem to rarely occur without the other if there is a failure of desired effect. But frustration without ending with aggression is plausible. Although this is not just a short book but included a review it is only right, I quote both sides of the story. Throughout the article it discusses the various effects of frustration stable enough to support there is not only one result of this emotion; Daydreaming, substitution or sublimation, delusion, devaluation, detachment, sense of humor, resignation, and aggression. Sublimation is a type of defense mechanism; for an example a writer who is recently widowed may channel their emotions into finally finishing their book. In the article, it claims one would find more interest in a substituted object than the original object. Delusion affects the content of one’s thoughts making those thoughts false making it another outcome of frustration. Next discussed is resignation, where philosophies and religions have been built; the belief to surrender to what happens. At the end of what the five members wrote about, a review was written. This review holds a withstanding argument regarding discrimination and race prejudice which in a way could lessen the argument that frustration and aggression do not always coincide. What I collected dated back to segregation; due to the withstands on black people just because the color of their skin caused a lot of frustration in them, but aggression did not break even with that effect; if the statement was true that aggression is ALWAYS a consequence of frustration and vice versa, how could it be that the frustrated, as they should have been, did not meet the theory it was set out to support? I do agree in accepted instances that frustration coincides with aggression; especially when we see the cases on the news of domestic violence, murder, and rape. I believe for those three specific examples, both emotions are acted upon. Frustration and Aggression can be put in the same story, and for some instances that Miller supported are logical and well thought out, but there is always an opposing argument especially the one I discussed when going back to the original statement “…that aggression is always a consequence of frustration and that frustration is always followed by aggression.”

Reviewed Work: Frustration and Aggression. by John Dollard, Leonard W. Doob, Neal E. Miller, O. H. Mowrer, Robert W. Sears Review by: Ellsworth Faris

Haggbloom, S. J. (2002). The 100 most eminent psychologists of the 20th century. Review of General Psychology. Retrieved October 28, 2022, from to an external site.
Theory assists psychologists in better understanding human thought, behavior, and action. Understanding how researchers go about formulating theories is an important foundation in the science of psychology. In this discussion, you will be exploring this process by researching a psychologist, learning about him or her.
1. What additional questions do you have about the psychologist (NEAL E. MILLER) that your CLASSMATE summarized? For example, you could ask about his/her contributions to theory and/or research.
2. Are there relevant connections between the work of the influential figure you selected (I SELECTED FRED SIGMUND) and the individual NEAL E MILLER was selected by CLASSMATE? (any comparisons or etc)
3. Share examples from your own life that illustrate your CLASSMATES chosen theoretical perspective.


Q1: define the sample parameters for the troy-bilt/marcus thomas study.

Please read and analyze the attached case study “Marcus Thomas Test Hypothesis for Troy-Blit Creative Development and answer the following questions:
Q1: Define the sample parameters for the Troy-Bilt/Marcus Thomas study.
Q2: What are the advantages and disadvantages of the control group in testing the hypothesis?
Q3: Evaluate the measurement scales used in the Troy-Bilt/Marcus Thomas Survey.

Health Care

The infographic should be created from the perspective of an acute care health care facility and its revenue cycle.

onduct an internet search and complete all readings to have an understanding of the three parts of RCM; front end processes, middle processes, and back end processes. Create an infographic describing the processes to include components of each process. The infographic should be created from the perspective of an acute care health care facility and its revenue cycle.


How do they react to a world that is being overrun by zombies once they have found refuge in the mall?

MLA format
12 Times New Roman.1-inch margins all around. Double spaced.
5 complete pages. If the essay does not meet the minimum page requirement you will earn an automatic “F.” Be aware 4 half pages are not 5 complete pages. You must type all the way to the bottom of page five.
Must use these Three sources: One source from Gospel of the Living Dead. The second source must address the zombie/horror movie genre, and the last source must be on the issue of American consumerism.
Work Cited Required. It must be properly formatted. MLA. If the work cited is missing or not properly formatted, the essay will earn a zero.
Five simple mistake rule. If you have five simple mistakes, which usually are left behind due to insufficient proofreading, I will stop reading the essay and assign you an “F.”
Essay Topic
Dawn of the Dead by George Romero is a movie that critiques American consumerism. Throughout the movie, the director addresses many issues, such as consumerism, greed, and survival. How do the mall and zombies aid in his critique of the American public through the use of these four characters? It’s easy to say that the zombies represent the American public in a morbid nostalgic vision of a once happy people in a place that offered what many could not possess. But, at the same time, these zombies do not change.

In this essay I want you to discuss the evolution of the four characters while seeking refuge in the mall. How are they representative of Americans? What is Romero critiquing about them/us? Simply put, how is Romero using this film to critique American consumerism?
Consider these questions to help you write your essay:

The four survivors are more complex and offer a much stronger analysis of the American public in regard to issues of consumerism. How do they react to a world that is being overrun by zombies once they have found refuge in the mall? What happens to their goal of survival? Does it change? How/why? What do these changes signify?


How should her long-term management be altered?

Case Study:
A 14-year-old girl with a history of asthma requiring daily inhaled corticosteroid therapy and allergies to house dust mites, cats, grasses, and ragweed presents to the emergency department in mid-September, reporting a recent “cold” complicated by worsening shortness of breath and audible inspiratory and expiratory wheezing. She appears frightened and refuses to lie down but is not cyanotic. Her pulse is 120 bpm, and respirations are 32/min. Her mother states that she has used her albuterol inhaler several times a day for the past 3 days and twice during the previous night. She took an additional two puffs on her way to the emergency department, but her mother states that “the inhaler didn’t seem to be helping so I told her not to take any more.”
What emergency measures are indicated?
How should her long-term management be altered?


Should the actual revenues and expenditures on the budgetary comparison schedules be reported on the gaap basis?

1.1. Explain the purpose of operational accountability and the purpose of fiscal accountability. Which category of financial statements is most useful in reporting on each of these accountability concepts?
2. Under GASB guidance, when should an item be recognized on the face of the financial statements? Under what conditions would the GASB indicate that a note disclosure should accompany an item that has been recognized on the financial statements?
1. For which funds are budgetary comparison schedules or statements required? Should the actual revenues and expenditures on the budgetary comparison schedules be reported on the GAAP basis? Why or why not?
2. Explain why some transactions for governmental activities at the government-wide level are reported differently than transactions for the General Fund. Give some examples of transaction that would be recorded in the general journals of (a) only the General Fund, (b) only government activities at the government-wide level, and (c) both.

Criminal Justice

Please review parole decision making and complete all 3 questions at the end of chapter 11 (p.305).

Please review Parole Decision Making and complete all 3 questions at the end of Chapter 11 (p.305).
Parole Decision Making
If you had been a member of the parole board, how would you have voted in this case, and why?
As you read this chapter, explain why you believe justice was or was not served in Simpson’s cases, whether he poses a risk to the community upon being paroled, and if parole and probation generally serve the purpose of rehabilitation.
At his parole hearing, Simpson requested permission to move from Nevada to Florida, where some of his family members reside. What are the benefits and drawbacks to allowing Simpson to leave Nevada?