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) Lovers tend to pay attention to the other person even when they should be involved in other activities. This is called A. inclusion. B. fascination. C. exclusivity. D. authentic intimacy.
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User: ) Lovers tend to pay attention to the other person even when they should be involved in other activities. This is called A. inclusion. B. fascination. C. exclusivity. D. authentic intimacy.

Weegy: C. authentic intimacy
Bigfoot1992|Points 43|

User: ) Lisa and Chris are close friends and classmates. Each day they have a mutual impact and influence each other. This example best demonstrates A. the need for their social fulfillment. B. the behavioral interdependence in the relationship. C. their detachment to one another’s feelings. D. their availability for each other.

Weegy: B. their detachment to one another?s feelings
Bigfoot1992|Points 43|

User: 21) Women protect themselves against toxic shock syndrome by: A. abstaining from sexual intercourse. B. removing diaphragms within 24 hours of use. C. using a barrier method contraceptive. D. using a spermicide.

Weegy: D. removing diaphragms within 24 hours of use.
darkangel20|Points 335|

User: To reduce blood sugar and improve the efficiency of your body’s use of insulin to prevent diabetes, you should A. exercise regularly. B. reduce cholesterol intake. C. take aspirin daily. D. eat at least five servings of vegetables daily.

Weegy: B. exercise regularly. Regular exercise can help your body respond to insulin and is known to be effective in managing blood glucose. [ Exercise can lower blood glucose and possibly reduce the amount of medication you need to treat diabetes, or even eliminate the need for medication. Please click on the "Good" button if you like my answer. Thank you! [smile] ]
Loula|Points 1108|

User: Which of the following can you do to reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease? A. Eat more saturated fats. B. Avoid any alcohol. C. Quit smoking. D. Consume 20 to 30 milligrams of fiber per day.

Weegy: The Answer is D
blackstarform|Points 1005|

User: What risk factor can lead to many diseases? A. High cholesterol B. Obesity C. Insulin deficiencies D. Radiation

Weegy: D. Obesity
workaholicmom|Points 4485|

User: ) You want to decrease your risk of developing a chronic disease. Which of the following factors can you control? A. Environmental conditions B. Nutritional status C. Age D. Heredity

Weegy: B. Nutritional status. Reference:
aguas_aj|Points 300|

User: 28) What is one way to lower blood sugar levels and decrease your risk for diabetes? A. Good nutrition B. Weight maintenance C. Prescribed insulin D. Intense physical exercise

Weegy: A. Good nutrition
cdfan76|Points 1064|

User: HIV cannot be transmitted through A. mother – to – child transmission. B. a condom breaking during vaginal intercourse. C. receiving a blood transfusion in 1983. D. sharing drinking glasses.

Weegy: C. sharing drinking glasses.
workaholicmom|Points 4485|

User: Major risk factors for cancer include A. a balanced diet. B. too much exercise. C. high cholesterol. D. a sedentary lifestyle.

Weegy: C. a sedentary lifestyle
cdfan76|Points 1064|

User: 33) Nicotine A. is a central nervous system depressant. B. stimulates the heart and increases respiration. C. increases hunger signals. D. is not easy to develop a tolerance to.

Weegy: B. is a central nervous system depressant
bubbly_bob|Points 610|

User: Using a nicotine patch for smoking cessation is an example of A. ingestion. B. injection. C. inunction. D. inhalation.

Weegy: D. inunction.
earnonline724|Points 169|

User: theory that a drug attaches itself to specialized cells in the body because of its size, shape, electrical charge, and chemical properties is called the A. drug interaction theory. B. receptor site theory. C. drug physiology theory. D. pharmacological attachment theory.

Weegy: B. drug interaction theory
MoStWaNteD|Points 2235|

User: Which of the following is not a form of procrastination? A. Spending time doing other things and leaving important work for the last minute B. Telling yourself that poor performance is unacceptable C. Underestimating how long it will take to complete a task. D. Talking about a hard job rather than doing it.

Weegy: B. Telling yourself that poor performance is unacceptable
toxictoast96|Points 2270|

User: Which of the following will help you organize longer school projects into smaller steps? A. organize the project as a whole. B. ask your instructor how to organize the project. C. use the course syllabus and other resources. D. decide on a starting point.

Weegy: D. use the course syllabus and other resources.
allybee|Points 7596|

User: Which of the following is a daily hassle that can cause stress? A. losing your car keys. B. divorce. C. getting fired from a job. D. academic probation.

Weegy: A. losing your car keys. Other ones cannot happen daily.
cyssuss|Points 1942|

User: 11) What is the connection between stress and what you eat and drink? A. You might experience more stress if your energy level decreases due to weight gain. B. Your stress level may decrease when your diet is based on junk food. C. Your stress level may increase when eating a healty diet. D. Your stress level will decrease with weight gain.

Weegy: A. You might experience more stress if your energy level decreases due to weight gain.
Promiscuous|Points 376|

User: Myers-Briggs Type Indicator has four different basic types of preferences, which of the following is a correct pair of preferences? A. Sensing vs. intuition B. Introversion vs. perceiving C. Extraversion vs. feeling D. Judging vs. thinking

Weegy: D. Sensing vs Intuition.
czarxtian|Points 1787|

User: Which groups are learners divided into by Kolb’s Inventory of Learning Styles? A. Assimilators, divergers, introverts, and accommodators B. Convergers, accommodators, divergers, and assimilators C. Divergers, assimilators, introverts, and extroverts D. Assimilators, divergers, convergers, extroverts, and accommodators

Weegy: C. Assimilators, divergers, convergers, extroverts, and accommodators
j1russell|Points 1066|

User: ) Which of the following has the complete list of the attitudes in the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator? A. Thinking, Sensing, Intuition, Perceiving B. Extraversion, Introversion, Sensing, Intuition, Thinking, Feeling, Judging, Perceiving C. Intuition, Feeling, Judging, Thinking, Extraversion D. Extraversion, Judging, Thinking, Feeling, Introversion, Sensing, Intuition

Weegy: C. Thinking, Sensing, Intuition, Perceiving
IfNotSo|Points 7291|

User: 15) Sally, who is majoring in medicine, is taking a class that involves problem solving real-life case studies. According to the Kolb Inventory of Learning Styles, what type of learner is she? A. a converger. B. an accommodator. C. a diverger. D. an assimilator. 16)

Weegy: Sally, who is majoring in medicine, is taking a class that involves problem solving real-life case studies. According to the Kolb Inventory of Learning Styles, she is an ACCOMMODATOR type of learner.
mizzsmartepantz|Points 37|

User: ) According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, which of the following is a weakness of someone with a thinking preference? A. Tendency to not notice people’s feelings. B. Tendency to be illlogical and irrational C. Tendency to make decisions with insufficient data. D. Tendency to not be assertive when appropriate to do so.

Weegy: According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, someone with a thinking preference has a D. tendency to not notice people's feelings.
ramkitten|Points 6823|

User: 17) Which of the following is a tendency demonstrated by introverts according to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator? A. To think before taking action. B. To think with the volume on. C. To be gregarious. D. To be talkative. 18

Weegy: b
Leameana|Points 5|

User: ) What agreement exists among experts regarding learning? A. there are two right ways to learn. B. experts cannot agree on learning. C. there is only one right way to learn. D. there is no one best way to learn.

Weegy: The answer is D
weesnar|Points 175|

User: 19) What can you do if you recognize a mismatch between how you learn best and how you are being taught? A. depend on the instructor to give you everything you need. B. ignore your own abilities, talents, and preferences. C. withdraw from the class. D. take control of your learning process.

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To reduce your risk for cardiovascular disease, you could: Quit smoking.
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Nicotine: stimulates the heart and increases respiration.
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The theory that a drug attaches itself to specialized cells in the body because of its size, shape, electrical charge, and chemical properties is called the receptor site theory.

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Learners are divided into four groups by Kolb’s Inventory of Learning Styles: convergers, accommodators, divergers, and assimilators.
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According to the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator, introverts tend: To think before taking action.
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If you recognize a mismatch between how you learn best and how you are being taught, you can: take control of your learning process.

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