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Tutor profile: Estelle M.

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Estelle M.
PhD Candidate in Communication/Psychology
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Subject: R Programming

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Do you know how to quickly check the the data that match your searching criteria?

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Estelle M.
Answer:

I'd recommend using R-studio and simply typing the code as follow: data[which( YOUR CRITERIA ), c("VARIABLE NAME")].

Subject: Mandarin

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How many tones are there in madarin?

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Estelle M.
Answer:

Officially, there are four. But a native speaker definitely pronounces more than. An example: Lao (thrid) Zi (soft) has a different meaning from Lao (second) Zi (third). The previous means “father” or "I", while the latter refers to a famous ancient Chinese philosopher.

Subject: Communication

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We live in a world where multitasking seems to be a desired skill. Are you more productive when switching among media tasks, or it is just a misperception? Does switching among media tasks impact your time perception?

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Estelle M.
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Many empirical studies including mine showed multitasking has its unique rewards and costs. Among all those, time perception is greatly distorted when your task-switching frequency increases, creating the illusion of productivity.

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