What is an oxford comma and when would you use it?
An oxford comma is used when there is a list of three or more things. An example of when you would use an oxford comma is as follows: Debby went to the store and bought carrots, milk, and ketchup. The oxford comma is used before "and" or "or" in a list such as this.
Explain the difference between obsessions and compulsions as they relate to Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Obsessions are intrusive and nonsensical thoughts, images, or urges. Compulsions are thoughts or actions that neutralize anxious thoughts.
List and explain the hypotheses of how the agricultural revolution began.
1. Oasis Hypothesis: Agriculture came about as the post-Pleistocene climate warmed the Earth. Man, humans, and plants gathered near fresh water and formed a symbiotic relationship. 2. Population Pressure Hypothesis: As populations grew, agriculture was the best way to produce the most food. 3. Social Hypothesis: Agriculture and domestication allowed for the accumulation of a surplus of foods for feasting, status, and exchange. 4. Lewis Binford Hypothesis: As sea-levels rose during the post-Pleistocene climate, different groups began impinging on the territory of another. The population grew, and agriculture became advantageous.