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Tutor profile: Jacquelynn S.

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Jacquelynn S.
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Subject: German

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Explain the meanings of the inseparable prefixes "er, ver, and zer."

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Jacquelynn S.
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"Er" can imply that something is complete. "Ver" can imply that something is made worse, reversed, or carried out to its conclusion. "Zer" can imply that something is broken to pieces or destroyed.

Subject: Library and Information Science

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What is the C.R.A.A.P. test?

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The C.R.A.P. test is used in research to evaluate the authority of resources. C - Currency: How recent is the information? Is it current enough for your topic? R - Reliability: Is the information opinion, or is it fact? Is it biased or balanced? A - Authority: Who is the author? What are their credentials? Are they reputable? A- Accuracy: Are there grammatica errors? Does the author cite their references? P - Purpose: What is the purpose of the author? Are they trying to sell you something?

Subject: Psychology

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Briefly summarize the differing opinions of Freud and Jung on religion.

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Jacquelynn S.
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Jung thought religion was an expression of the collective unconscious. Freud thought religion was a collective neurosis.

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