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Tutor profile: Cameron S.

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Subject: Writing

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Should the Oxford comma be used in APA style? How about MLA and AP?

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Answer:

Both APA and MLA support the use of the Oxford comma. However, if writing a journalism piece following AP style the Oxford comma should not be used.

Subject: Statistics

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What is the relationship between z-score and standard deviation?

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The standard deviation is a representation of the total variance in a data set. The Z-score normalizes the standard deviation to describe a particular point on the normal curve; A Z-score of 1 is one standard deviation from the mean, a Z-score of 2 is two standard deviations from the mean, etc.

Subject: Cognitive Science

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Provide an example of how stress can impact an individual's cognitive development.

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Chronic stress leads to an increase in cortisol produced by the adrenal glands. The excess cortisol over-stimulates the hippocampus, which down-regulates the number of available hippocampal cortical receptors. This down-regulation reduces the efficiency of memory and inhibits both passive and active learning.

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