Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What were your thoughts on psychology before you read anything about psychology in this course? Now, based on?

What were your thoughts on psychology before you read anything about psychology in this course? Now, based on your initial course readings, have your attitudes toward or thoughts about psychology changed? Why is psychology important as a social science?

Can someone help me with this I don’t know anthing about Psychology place help

Answer by laura
See if you can read a little on this site. It will tell you Just about all of the things you want to know:::

I was a physiologist probably almost from the day I was born. I would analyze just about Every human being I Ever knew—What were they Thinking about, Why were they doing what they were doing, Why did they say That (and/or at That Specific Time)??
In my Really Dumb opinion (doN’T Listen to Me), you either Hate psychology Or you Adore it—there is No in between. Its a course on caring for people AS people,,, Not because you want something from them or trying to get them to do for you. There Has to be social science beCause one (Lots) Have to learn What someone does and Why he does it. With These facts in hand, you can Treat (Not cure) people/societies/lives with what you have learned by your research and studies.

I canNOT IMAGINE a world WITHOUT it. THough I have not told you Enough nor helped you extensively, I HOPE you will read this site AND others.
IF you love to help people, analyze Everything they say and do, put YourSelf in Their shoes and in/with Their thoughts/feelings—-you will LOVE this course….
One of the most common questions asked by students new to the study of psychology is “What is psychology?” Misconceptions created by popular media as well as the diverse careers paths of those holding psychology degrees have contributed this confusion.

Psychology is both an applied and academic field that studies the human mind and behavior. Research in psychology seeks to understand and explain how we think, act and feel. Applications for psychology include mental health treatment, performance enhancement, self-help, ergonomics and many other areas affecting health and daily life.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : why would someone prefer a film camera over a digital camera?

i was with my friend the other day. her uncle is a photographer so she knows a lot about cameras and has a bunch of his old ones, and she was like “i love old film cameras” so what im wondering is why would someone prefer an old film camera? aren’t they more complicated? she owns a new digital camera too, so why would someone prefer to go through the trouble and process the film and everything…

Answer by fhotoace
Actually film cameras are LESS complicated.

You have only a few options.

Shutter speed
Lens aperture
Light meter readings
Lens selection
Film selection.

That is it.

Digital cameras have many more options and thus can be more complicated.

Answer by topgun484
film cameras give better depth perception in pictures.

Answer by La Punta Madre
Features I have never used on my digital camera.

Landscape pan stabilizer
Portrait pan stabilizer
shading comp
noise reduction
noise filter
white balance RBG individual channel comp
built in cropper
red eye reduction flash
LCD liveview boost
quick erase
AEl metering
pre-write preview
frame protect
white blance preivew
quick print
TV display slideshow
and who knows what else is buried in there.

Things I never used on my film SLR
I haven’t brought a flash gun.

It takes about 2 seconds to move the aperture ring on a film camera. There’s people on here who ask “I’ve had my $ 1500 camera for 3 months now, how do you erase all the images at once?”

After a year with the digital camera I have now I still find myself running into something in the menu and wondering “what the hell does that do.”

Film is so much easier than digital to use. And alot more fun. There’s something real about moving all the dials and pulling the wind leaver. Digital is too sterile. It has it’s uses but if you’re going to the park for fun It’s much more fulfilling to use an old film camera. The older the better.

Answer by Amber
I couldn’t agree more with fhotoace.

Check out Jose Villa lives somewhere near me, so I’ve been told, but he was named the top wedding photog of 2010 and he uses film. Take a look and you’ll see why. =0)
Plus in the darkroom, contrary to popular belief, you have a lot of control over how your photographs turn out. It takes less time to get everything done when you use film.

Answer by Pooky
This simple shot was taken with a manual film camera.

Eton College. Nikon FM2, Nikkor 50 mm f 1.2 at 1.2 at 1/15 second Kodacolor 400 hand held

Nikon FM2. It has a shutter speed control knob on the top. The film is advanced to the next “shot” by a little lever to the right. The shutter release button is on the top. The aperture is set on the lens.

Large and bright focusing screen can be viewed. “plus”, “O” and “minus” LED can be seen next to it. You turn either the shutter speed control or the aperture ring until it’s “O” and focusing has to be set with a focusing ring.

And when the whole roll is used up, it’s rewound by a knob on the left. That know pops up (twisting another switch to unlock it) and it pops the back open. The film is sent to the lab.

Nothing could be more simple.

Answer by keerok
Why prefer? Film, I believe, hasn’t been surpassed yet by digital in terms of picture quality. It she’s shooting slides, you have little chance of beating that with digital.

More complicated? Film SLRs and digital SLRs are basically the same. They both have aperture, shutter and ISO (ASA) control. anything else is just a feature. DSLRs tend to bombard their users with features just like the late model, fully automatic film SLRs of the 90’s.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Help with water pH and about Cardinal Tetras?

I quite dont understand what pH is. How can I control it without buying any supplies. Will water conditioner help with it??? Well my cardinal tetras sorta lost there red coloring and they wont eat, I got them yesterday and i love them soooo much. One of them is dying already (i think) because he keeps floating around, but when i looked closely at him i saw that one of his eye pupils were white, does that mean he is blind with one eye? Oh and another thing if you are going to explain to me what pH, please dont use big words 😛

Answer by !There is no reason for Ignorance !call a vet!
PH unless your keeping sensitive PH fish you do not need to worry about .
Most can live in PH 6 -8 with no problems .
More of an Issue is what size tank .
Was it cycled .
Do you have a Filter and heater.
What are your Ammonia Nitrite and Nitrate readings .

It sounds to me like you have an Ammonia and Nitrite problem ?

Answer by Ganal
pH is the measure of how acidic or basic the water, ground, etc is. Some plants even change the color of their flowers depending on what the pH is! Things range from acid (0-7) on one end of the spectrum and basic on the other (8-14). Things like battery acid is number 1 while ammonia (11) is more basic. Pure water is 7 on the scale.

Most commonly store bought fish will adapt to your waters pH. Messing with it will only cause stress and could kill the fish. Ammonia, nitrite and nitrate are much more important as ammonia and nitrite are toxic to fish.

Your fish are likely having problems due to ammonia. Did you cycle the tank before getting fish? If not I’d recommend you do 50% water changes and try to return the fish. If you cannot grab a liquid test kit and start to cycle the tank with fish. You’ll want to continue the 50% water changes while ammonia and nitrite remain high. You’ll know the cycle is complete when ammonia and nitrate are 0ppm and nitrate is between 20-40ppm.

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