What is Determination: Definition and 209 Discussions
Determination is a positive emotional feeling that involves persevering towards a difficult goal in spite of obstacles. Determination occurs prior to goal attainment and serves to motivate behavior that will help achieve one's goal. Empirical research suggests that people consider determination to be an emotion; in other words, determination is not just a cognitive state, but rather an affective state. In the psychology literature, researchers have studied determination under other terms, including challenge and anticipatory enthusiasm; this may explain one reason for the relative lack of research on determination compared to other positive emotions.In the field of psychology, emotion research is heavily focused on negative emotions and the action tendencies that they encourage. However, recent work in positive psychology incorporates the study of determination as a positive emotion that pushes individuals toward action and results in important outcomes such as perseverance and determination take success.
The word determination comes from the Latin word dēterminatiō, meaning "limit" or "determination, end result." It is derived from the verb dētermināre, meaning "confine; designate," with the abstract noun suffix -tiō. The meaning shifted from "end result, decision" to its present meaning.
How to correctly determine the temperature of electrons in an ion source based on ECR?
Is it possible to use the Saha equation?
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Using the search, I found the McWhirter criterion for the applicability of the formula above:
##n_e...
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and https://www.researchgate.net/publication/45424433_Direct_generation_of_photon_triplets_using_cascaded_photon-pair_sources:
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If I am unable to distinguish the spin of a particle in an absence of an electric field or magnetic field, how am I able to determine whether there is an electric or magnetic field in a real-life context?
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When we want to determine the radioactivity of a nucleus, we usually determine the counts detected using say a Geiger counter. The count rate is then usually used as the disintegration rate i.e. the activity of the nucleus.
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Presently some 4-5 Covid vaccines are popular worldwide. pfizer, moderna, astrazeneca, sputnik to name a few. Some Chinese and Indian vaccines are also in the selected markets.
It is said that all these vaccines elicit robust antibody responses against the SARS-cov2 virus.
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The coefficient of determination is 83.0 \%.
Provide an interpretation of this value.
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x & y \\
12.17 & 1.88 \\
11.70 & 1.82 \\
11.63 & 1.77 \\
12.27 & 1.93 \\
12,03 & 1.83 \\
11.60 & 1.77 \\
12.15 & 1.83 \\
11.72 & 1.83 \\
11.30 & 1.70
\end{array}$
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Finding specific angular momentum
Finding the orbital parameter
Finding Eccentricity Vector...
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I am happy with the sketch that the function is correctly drawn and is neither odd nor even. It's title is...
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I would like to know how the glucose content can be measuring in hot beverages using non-intrusive method.
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I am having troubles with a question I have to do for my chem pre-lab. The question is:
The following intercept and slope were obtained for a Beer’s Law plot of Absorbance versus concentration (mg Fe2+/L).
Slope = 0.2200 L/mg Fe2+
Intercept = 0.004
Calculate the percent (by mass) of iron in the...
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Hi, please could I ask for help with the following question:
A smooth hollow circular cone of semi-angle α, is fixed with its axis vertical and its vertex A downwards. A particle P, of mass m, moving with constant speed V, decribes a horizontal circle on the inner surface of the cone in a plane...
What determines if a gene or trait will be dominant over another or not? For instance, we take the example of widow's peak. This gene has two alleles. One for widow's peak which is the dominant one, and another for straight line, which is the recessive one. But why the widow's peak is dominant...
Hello, I was recently given the task to find experimentally the moment inertia of a sphere. I thought of rolling the sphere down an inclined plane and applying conservation of energy to the sphere. The equations i came up with are: mgh = 1/2mv2 + 1/2Iω2 solving for v^2 we come up with the...
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I have a question regarding data reconstruction over RF, especially in the case of FM. Let us say I have a trivial case where I have a carrier frequency of fo and a bandwidth of fbw. I want to setup a scheme such that fo + fbw is a 1 and fo - fbw is a 0. (I'm naively under...
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Hi, I am looking for a non-destructive method of determining the crystal orientation of a smaller-than-50x50x50 μm single crystal, mounted on a quartz substrate.
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What methods other than Light Dependent Resistor incorporation are there to determine the 'bulb state'? I'm guessing it's going to include the use of another type of optoelectric component?
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I am keen to know how the photoelectron counts (or count rate) is determined from the measured ARPES signal in the detectors used by ScientaOmicron Hemispherical electron energy analyzers? These detectors consist of Micrchannel Plates (MCP)- Phosphor screen (PS)- CCD Camera setup. The...
Homework Statement
Titration:
Volume of orange juice: 20.00 mL
Final diluted volume: orange juice + 150mL of deionised water: 170 mL
Standard Iodine solution concentration: 0.005 mol L-1
Amount of Iodine used: 26.2mL
Homework Equations
Is this equation right?
(Concentration of Iodine...
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The aim of a laboratory course was to measure the x-ray fluorescene spectra of 20 metallic samples. By comparison of the peaks in the energy spectra with known electronic transitions (e.g. ##K_α## of ##Cu##) the materials were identified.
After that, Moseley's law
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I'm working with data across an airfoil and need some help.
We've got Kulite sensor data along 3 chord lengths of a certain NACA airfoil. The case is of an incompressible flow.
I need to determine the coefficient of pressure at these sensor locations using total pressure measured and I...
Homework Statement
If the slope of the regression line is negative and the correlation coefficient is -0.5, coefficient of determination is:
Homework Equations
coefficient of determination: r2 = 1 - SSE/SST
correlation coefficient: r = Sxy / (√Sxx * √Syy )
The Attempt at a Solution
r =...
Hi all, the title is probably a bit confusing but I was wondering.
What determines the type of light emitted when electrons move down electron shells and emit energy? Why isn't all the light emitted the same colour?
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I want to find the refractive index of a thin film using it's reflectance and transmittance spectrum
is there a way to do that ?
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I recently did the Franck-Hertz experiment (a short summary of the experiment can be found here http://inpp.ohiou.edu/~roche/3701_web/man-fh-a3b.pdf).
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If you could help with the following question, my physics class and I would be extremely grateful.
A charged oil droplet is suspended motionless between two parallel plates (d=0.01m) that are held at a potential difference V. Periodically, the charge on the droplet changes as in...
I wonder how were historically functions of the body organs determined? I mean how they dermined working of circulatory system , Nervous system, Excretory system etc?
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Homework Statement
Homework EquationsThe Attempt at a Solution
I found this solution for the nature frequency
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I am studying on my own from Weinberg's Gravitation and Cosmology and I cannot understand how he derives a solution (pg. 72). I did not know where else to post this thread since it is not homework exercise.
He takes a coordinate system ## \xi^a## "in which the equation of motion of a...
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Not sure if this belongs in the 'Advanced' section so apologies if it does not.
I am using a monochromator to measure spectrum lines from a rubidium lamp. From the data (wavelength of spectral lines plus transition number 'n') I am asked to use a graphical method to...
Hey guys, need help with a problem here.
Sorry for the quality of the image.
I understand that above the op-amp, is the active low pass filter. So if I were to figure that out with respect to V2 and Vout, it would just be
Vout/Vs = -(Zf/Zs)
where
Zf = (Rf/(1+jwCfRf))
Zs = Rs
But I...
hi, i was wondering if a thin walled cylinder was storing water, where the pressure is dependent on the depth of water, how would you calculate the stress in the wall at some depth,
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1. Homework Statement
I have difficulties to get the correct angles for a third-order autocorrelator and I hope you can help me.
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The Laser is a...
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I need some help. I am making nutrient solution for plant. plant are growing in water without soil
1. MgSo4 0.65 gm
2. H3Bo3 0.30 gm
3.KH2So4 0.37 gm
4. K2So4 0.45 gm
above 4 nutrients are mix in 1 L water . Plant will absorb all nutrients according their needs
How to calculate that...