Foundation Schools Scenario

  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Erica McLeod PSY 300 September 25, 2012 Betsy Ferronato Foundations of Psychology When psychology first emerged as a science, the process of explaining the human mind and human behavior began. In this writing we will present a brief synopsis of what psychology is and introduce the reader to the primary biological foundations of psychology that are linked to behavior as well as introducing the reader to the major schools of thought in psychology. In Kowalski and Westen

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  • Scenario 3

    Handouts and FACEX Scenarios Page Handouts for Lesson 1 Handout #1. Sources of Support and Assistance for Army Families 51 Handouts for Lesson 2 Handout #2. TF Falcon Scenario #1 53 Handout #3. TF Falcon Task #1 57 Handout #4. TF Falcon Task #2 59 Handout #5. FAC Equipment Supply Checklist 61 Handout #6. FAC Stations General Equipment Setup Instructions 63 Handout #7. Equipment Considerations—Telecommunications and Transportation 65 Handout #8. Staffing

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  • Foundation of Psychology

    Foundations of psychology By: Ashley Chandler December 23rd, 2012 Abstract My goal during this essay are Identifying the major schools

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Paper PSY/300 November 7, 2009 Foundations of Psychology Paper This paper will discuss the major schools of thought in psychology and examine their major underlying assumptions. The paper will also identify the primary biological foundations of psychology linked to behavior. According to our reading in psychology is the scientific investigation of mental processes and behavior. Mental processes include how a person

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  • Scenarios

    Scenario 1 The VP of Operations has assigned me and my team to come up with a strategy of initiating this new beverage into the global marketplace and provide feedback of our strategic marketing plan back to him; resulting in downward communication commonly used within many corporations amongst upper and middle managers but “the best communicators explain the reasons behind their downward communications but also solicit communication from the employees they supervise.” (Robbins & Judge, 2011, p

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  • School

    excelled in my classes at an early age, but during the transition into high school things took a turn.  My mom owned her own restaurant and it took up most of her time, and in turn, I pretty much didn’t get the proper guidance.  We moved around a lot and I didn’t have any type of stability.  She was a single parent and I was a child that demanded attention.  It got to the point where I didn’t bother to do much of my school work and eventually started acting out by under-performing academically. 

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  • Scenario

    Scenario “Lam Company Limited” (Task 1) 1. Identify and analyse the business problem at Lam Limited Business analysis is a research discipline of identifying business needs and determining solutions to business problems. Solutions often include a systems development component, but may also consist of process improvement, organizational change or strategic planning and policy development. The first step to analyse a problem is, to describe the problem as short as possible and list all factors

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology PSY 300 August 8, 2011 Teresa Neal Foundations of Psychology The human being is a complex and sometimes mystifying being. Our actions, behaviors, emotions, mannerisms, and functions are all so complicated and sometimes mystifying. Questioning why we do what we do, act the way we do, behave in a certain manner, or react to a situation, even asking these questions in general is the very reason for the study of Psychology. Psychology is the scientific investigation

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  • Foundations of Psycholgoy

    The foundations of psychology were set upon the discovery of the relationship between biology and philosophy. The birth of psychology is a direct result of these two studies combining to make an intriguing study of human behaviors, emotions and reactions. Psychology became equally important to other studies when it became apparent that it reflected both biological aspects as well as aspects of philosophy. Combined, these two studies allowed the discovery that people exhibit behaviors

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  • Ed 673 School Culture Scenarios

    ED 673 School Culture | Follow-Up #2 | Scenario Responses | | Nan Kane | 0/29/2013 | | Scenario #1: Part A: Description of School Culture Issues The key school culture issue in scenario #1 is that the team is an interdisciplinary team that is not function as such. They have been together for six years and works like a “well-oiled machine. It is obvious that the team has worked through the four stages of group development because they have addressed the social, emotional,

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  • Foundations

    I choose to write my foundations paper on an organization that is based in my area that I live in, and although it is in my area it is not just a local organization but one that actually has the ability to span across the nation with support from local companies, as well as government agencies. The organization with which I am speaking is the Freestore Foodbank. I will go into the details of the non-profit organization in further detail in this paper. The Freestore began in 1971 by a man named

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  • Case Scenarios

    University of Phoenix Material Case Scenarios Read the following scenarios. Answer, in a 50- to 100-word response, each of the following questions: Scenario 1 Sophia has been removed from her family and placed into foster care for the second time in the last 2 years due to her mother’s ongoing substance abuse. Sophia has missed many days of school and often comes to school dirty and wearing clothes from the day before. Sophia’s mother does not think she has a problem and blames the system

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  • Classroom Scenario Analysis

    Classroom Scenario Analysis Rachel Hammer ELL240: Linguistically & Culturally Diverse Learners (ACV1340A) Instructor: Jessica Vargas November 4, 2013 In today’s classrooms, throughout America, there are a number of students who speak another language other than English. In fact, a majority of our classrooms consists primarily of English language learner students. For these students, interacting and participating in daily tasks, socially and academically, can at times be challenging. This

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  • Scenarios

    times that tort law includes the protective barrier over criminals, and in many cases it is used as exactly that. This paper examines the lives of varied individual in four different cases in which tort law is used, and quite possibly abused. The Scenario Paper In any courtroom across the country, and more than likely, across the globe, a person can find the use of tort. Over the years, the governing bodies in tort law have transformed it from its common law origins. Tort, as with any law, is forever

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  • Scenario Analysis

    Scenario Analysis Lon L. Fuller, former Carter Professor of Jurisprudence at Harvard Law School, observed in The Morality of Law, “Even if a man is answerable only to his conscience, he will answer more responsibly if he is compelled to articulate principles on which he acts.” Source: Lon L. Fuller. (1975). The Morality of Law. New Haven, CT: Yale University Press. (p. 159) Assignment: In this Assignment you are required to apply Fuller’s Principle, as cited above, and respond to three

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  • Foundation Schools

    Problem Solution: Foundation Schools MMPBL/510 Problem Solution: Foundation Schools Foundations Schools is the largest provider of special needs education in the United States (UOP scenario, p. 1). There are three campuses, serving about 1000 students, increasing about 5% a year, but the board believes that number could be higher and has “adopted a new strategy that uses business development as the model to increase funding sources and revenue” (UOP, scenario, p. 1). They have outlined

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  • Foundation School Paper

    Foundations Schools Generic Benchmarking Worksheet Team A University of Phoenix The Foundation Schools Generic Benchmarking Worksheet Task A: Problem/Opportunity Statement | Response to Task A: Problem Statement – The problem faced by Foundation Schools is the lack of committed board members to the set vision and goals. This could depict that there are too many programs in the objectives. The board of directors needs to analyze the program management to determine the viability of the

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  • Foundation Schools Generic Benchmarking Worksheet

    Running head: GENERIC BENCHMARKING WORKSHEET The Foundations Schools Generic Benchmarking Worksheet Deanna Fields, Kicia Gaines, Edward Thaxton University of Phoenix MMPBL/510 Implementing Organizational Initiatives Professor Joel Maier September 20, 2010 Task A: Problem/Opportunity Statement – Edward Thaxton The objective of our research study is to employ a team-based approach to identifying problem opportunity statements, effectively conduct generic benchmarking research, identify

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Karen Johnson PSY 300 January 25, 2014 Foundations of Psychology There are many ideas regarding why humans think, have the feelings or behave the way that they do. According to Kowalski and Western (2009) psychology is “the scientific investigation of mental processes, (thinking, remembering, and feeling). There are four major schools of thought in psychology and each has its own theory on the subject, though all have influenced mankind’s understanding of psychology

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  • Foundations

    Foundations Paper Holly Regan HSM/260 May 9, 2014 Greg O'Donnell Foundations Paper The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation was established in 1972 with a mission that focused on making basic healthcare available and affordable to everyone. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is this nation’s largest health care related charitable organization with clear objectives which are directly focused on only health care issues and ways to transform and improve the overall health of every American. This

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Foundations of Psychology Nathan Teggerdine PSY/300 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY Instructor: Ashley Dolecki There seems to be seven major schools of thought in psychology, structuralism, functionalism, gestalt psychology, behaviorism, psychoanalysis, humanistic and cognitive. Each major school of thought has it’s own major underlying assumption’s. First structuralism was one of the first major schools of thought in what was modern psychology. The structuralism approach

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  • Staying in School

    Johnson Dr. Jeffery AFL 080 Scenario 4 Staying in school My I speak with you on a matter that I am going thorough, sure give me a minute to finish my task. I don’t think I will be able to stay in school any longer, I work long hours and have two kids and can’t find a balance and topping this off, I am not doing that well, what is most frustrating, I am just taking foundation classes. You must not have done well on the compass testing. I would first go to

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  • Foundations

    Foundations Brigham Young University–Idaho 2013-2014 This is an exciting time to be associated with Brigham Young University-Idaho as it continues on a steady, upward course of academic innovation. Dedicated administrators and faculty members are continually working to prepare students to be well educated academically as well as spiritually. One of the university’s academic developments is our general education program called Foundations. Just as the name suggests, Foundations is designed to provide

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  • Case Scenarios

    University of Phoenix Material Angela Lippy Case Scenarios Read the following scenarios. Answer, in a 50- to 100-word response, each of the following questions: Scenario 1 Sophia has been removed from her family and placed into foster care for the second time in the last 2 years due to her mother’s ongoing substance abuse. Sophia has missed many days of school and often comes to school dirty and wearing clothes from the day before. Sophia’s mother does not think she has a problem

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  • Foundations of Pyschology

    Foundations of Psychology This paper will identify the major schools of thought in psychology and examine their major assumptions. The two beginning schools of thought were structuralism and functionalism. The major schools of thought in psychology are the psychodynamic, behaviorist, cognitive, and evolutionary perspective. This paper will also identify the primary biological foundation of psychology linked to behavior. These primary biological foundations are the central nervous system and the

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Robert Irvine PSY/300 November 29, 2010 Robert J. Martinez Foundations of Psychology Psychology and all its complex schools of thoughts, developed by numerous individuals involved in breaking down the human mind and how it functions and operates, will be explained in this paper. Along with the schools of thought, and their underlying assumptions, this paper will also attempt to identify the primary foundations of psychology, and how they are linked to behavior.

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  • Foundation

    This was my first footstep of starting my degree life. First day of attending the Foundation of Business course, the feeling of tension filled me up. The main reason was because I have to adapt the new course and environment. This course is taught by Ms. Khor Siu Gek, an approachable and friendly lecturer. When I first glance over the module guide, this is quite a different course since it contains 100% coursework mark. In the first lecture class, Ms. Khor explained about what we are going to do

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  • Scenarios

    University of Phoenix Material Case Scenarios Read the following scenarios. Answer, in a 50- to 100-word response, each of the following questions: Scenario 1 Sophia has been removed from her family and placed into foster care for the second time in the last 2 years due to her mother’s ongoing substance abuse. Sophia has missed many days of school and often comes to school dirty and wearing clothes from the day before. Sophia’s mother does not think she has a problem and blames the system

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  • Learning Potential Scenario Analysis

    and Inquiry Assignment 5: Learning Potential Scenario Analysis Play is linked to the intellectual development of children (Degotardi, 2014a). It provides an active construction of understanding in a variety of areas, nurturing creative, academic and social dispositions from its beginnings in the life of a child (Myck-Wayne, 2010, pp. 3). Play exists in many forms, and is assessed by a number of measures. The play scenario between four-year-olds Sophie, Isaac and Matthew

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  • Problem Solution: Foundation Schools

    Problem Solution: Foundation Schools Joseph Rehman University of Phoenix Problem Solution: Foundation Schools Introduction In the business world there are many challenges that may arise everyday of business. An effective manager must be able to carefully and accurately consider every situation, identify the problem, and then to try and come up with the solution that is needed. Being able to come up with and also be able to carry out any number of organizational strategies not matter how complex

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  • Rodolf Furniture Store Scenario

    Running Head: Financial Concepts in Rodolfo Furniture Store Scenario Financial Concepts in Rodolfo Furniture Store Scenario: Discussion and Explanation Writer’s Name Course Name, Semester No, Class Level Supervisor Name September 11, 2009 Abstract Rodolfo's Furniture Store Scenario provides the expedient case study for studying the concept of financial principle in the competitive economic environment. The current paper discusses the approach of financial management with correct

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  • Scenarios

    Legal Risk and Opportunity in Employment (New Corp Scenarios) LAW/531 – Business Law University of Phoenix February 23, 2011 Scenario One In this scenario New Corp is liable for wrongful termination. Unfair treatment was being displayed when pat was terminated. There had been no discussion between Pat and New Corp informing him that his job was in jeopardy or that he needed to improve his performance in any areas. Pat signed an agreement when hired for New Corp which stated that if his

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  • Case Scenario

    someone slips further and begins to misuse substances. The following paragraphs will identify the risk and protective factors, describe the steps to conduct an evaluation, and identify the DSM-5 criteria that Marcella meets in relation to the given scenario. Risk Factors There are many reasons why people succumb to addiction. There are some developmental and personality risk factors. Some of these risk factors are a difficult temperament, childhood trauma or conflict, and a lack of coping skills

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  • The Foundation...

    majority of adults today have a stable home life, which helps to build a stable foundation by the time they reach grade school. That’s all in thanks to having loving and caring parents, grandparents and caretakers to guide kids so that they can preform at the highest levels in life, especially scholastically. In a perfect world having a solid system like this to build on would be the perfect catapult for success in America’s school systems. Unfortunately, most children in the inner cities aren’t blessed

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  • Iep Scenario

    Disabilities Write an essay that addresses the following questions/scenarios: 1. What are the barriers preventing the individual from fully participating in work, school and/or society? 2. Assume the role of advocate, in partnership with the individual. With your understanding of disability legislation, how would you advocate for this person? What specific changes would you recommend, based on either ADA or IDEA protections, to maximize participation for this person? Complete your essay in APA

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology One of the most complex and diverse subjects in all of the social sciences is the study of the mind. Psychology, the constant attempt to understand human behavior, full of variables and unpredictable. Although psychology as a whole can be supported by many different theories and even sub-theories, there are six major schools of thought that are common knowledge to every professional in the field. The six major schools of thought are functionalism, psychoanalysis, behaviorism

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  • Scenario.

     Respond to the following scenario with your thoughts, ideas, and comments. This will be the foundation for future assignments. Be substantive and clear, and use examples to reinforce your ideas. Because this is your first week as vice president (VP) of finance at Apex, several members of the top management team have stopped by your office. Timothy Russell, chair of the audit committee, comes in first to talk with you about the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002 (SOX). “Welcome to Apex,” he says. I hope

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  • Paradise Scenario

    Decisions in Paradise Business Scenario For Weeks Three through Five, you will work individually using the Decisions in Paradise Business Scenario located on your student website as the basis for these three assignments. In this scenario, you will play the role of Nik, and your current employer is the organization represented by Alex, Nik, and Chris. You will also use the mission of your current organization to assist you in decision making in discussing this business scenario. There are three phases

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  • Scenario

    Scenario: Apex Printing, Inc. Apex Printing, Inc. is a private, domestic United States printer of periodicals, newspaper inserts, and advertising materials that accompany distributions of Sunday and weekday circulations of large metropolitan newspapers. The company, headed by CEO John Matthews, generates $450 million in revenues from three product lines (periodicals, inserts, and advertising) and has long-term contracts with several large U.S. retailers to produce weekly sales flyer inserts as

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  • Scenario

    BUSN105: Scenario You are an inventor who enjoys working around the home, cleaning, cooking, and doing minor home repairs and remodeling. You have little financial skills and no management skills. You have a great idea for a new kind of home appliance that meets everyday consumer needs. Your net worth is not very high so you have no idea if you’ll be able to “fund” this start-up. You know that currently there are similar products that meet the consumers’ needs, but those products are inherently

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  • Scenario

    Communication Channel Scenarios Scenario 1 The communication channel that best suits this situation is a team meeting. This is the best choice because as the marketing manager, information can be relayed in a timely fashion and a quick response from the teammates can be received. With the deadline being a week away, it is vital that quick feedback is delivered. Being that the content is rich in information, the face-to-face communication helps to reduce any misunderstanding. If this issue were

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  • Scenario

    SCENARIO PLANNING Scenario planning, also called scenario thinking or scenario analysis, is a strategic planning method that some organizations use to make flexible long-term plans. It is in large part an adaptation and generalization of classic methods used by military intelligence. The original method was that a group of analysts would generate simulation games for policy makers. The games combine known facts about the future, such as demographics, geography, military,political, industrial information

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  • Foundations of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Foundations of Psychology Psychology is the understanding of people’s behaviors, emotions, and thoughts through research and studies from scientists and researchers. Psychology is complex and difficult to understand. A person who wants to gain insight on what psychology is about should begin with the elements of the foundation (Pastorino., Doyle-Portillo, 2006-2011). For a person to begin to understand psychology; gaining insight and useful knowledge

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  • Scenario Planning

    The Shell Global Scenarios to 2025 The future business environment: trends, trade-offs and choices © Shell International Limited (SIL), 2005. Permission should be sought from SIL before any part of this publication is reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any other means. Agreement will normally be given, provided that the source is acknowledged. The information contained in this publication is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate although the forward looking

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  • Scenario

    Business Scenario Decisions in Paradise: How To Be, or Not To Be Introduction: My name is Nik. I spell my name a little differently. But, with so many folks named Nicholas, Nicolette, Nicole, Nikoleta, Nikola, and more, I figure I’d let people guess. Like everyone else, I periodically imagine what paradise on Earth would be for me. In my imagination, my trip to paradise includes having a wonderful, loving relationship, finishing my college degree, getting a meaningful job, seeing some of the

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  • Scenario:

    Scenario:  You are a new IT manager with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS). This federal government position is a 2210-Supervisory Policy and Planning Specialist. “The USGS serves the nation by providing reliable scientific information to describe and understand the Earth; minimize loss of life and property from natural disasters; manage water, biological, energy, and mineral resources; and enhance and protect our quality of life” (USGS). In this position, you manage the staff members responsible

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  • Scenario Plan

    December 14th 2011 SCENERIO PLAN Some possible career paths: * Elementary Teacher * Volleyball Teacher * Chef * Baker * Art Teacher * Business Person * Designer * Flight Attendant * Food Inspector First scenario plan is being an elementary teacher, for the age of a toddler to age three. I want to become an elementary teacher because I love kids. Children are adorable and it is never boring because they are so active. They need to be watched over the whole

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  • Foundation of Psychology

    Foundations of Psychology Dorothy Forrest June 8, 2012 Sarah Bihms Foundations of Psychology The miscellaneous condition of psychology is a scientific investigation of humankind mind, body, and behavior. Psychology includes different departments of psychology to apprehend and supervise observations on the mental technique of a person mind and behavior. Psychology is regularly used to establish the secrecy of the human behavior. Observation was the way to study a person mind to become

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  • Foundation of Psychology

    Foundation of Psychology Name PSY/300 Date Instructor Foundation of Psychology There are many ideas regarding why humans think, have the feelings, or behave in the way that they do. According to Kowalski and Westen (2009), psychology is “the scientific investigation of mental processes (thinking, remembering, feeling, ect.) and behavior” (Chapter 1). This paper will work to identify the major schools of thought in psychology and examine their major underlying assumptions. This paper will

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  • Foundations Paper

    Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Paper HSM/260 Ashley Turner August 26, 2012 Angela M. Jennings “Right now, just over 1 billion people—about 15 percent of the people in the world—live in extreme poverty. On most days, they worry about whether their family will have enough food to eat. There is irony in this, since most of them live and work on farms. The problem is that their farms, which tend to be just a couple acres in size, don’t produce enough food for a family to live on.” Bill Gates

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