Tutor profile: Samantha C.
What is the median of these numbers? (Show your work) 67, 4, 35, 99, 82, 10, 23 A. 10 B. 35 C. 23 D. 4
Put the numbers in order: 4, 10, 23, (35), 67, 82, 99 Answer: B. 35
What are Erikson's 8 stages of psychosocial development, their outcomes, and at what ages are they typically observed?
The first stage Trust vs. Mistrust is observed from birth to age one and results in a developed sense of trust towards the child's caregiver's ability to provide reliability, care, and attention. The second stage Autonomy vs. Shame and Doubt is seen from ages two to three and the child develops a sense of personal control over physical skills and increased independence. The third stage is Initiative vs. Guilt from age three to five and the child begins to assert control and power over their environment and resulting in a growing sense of purpose. The fourth stage is Industry vs. Inferiority is observed in ages six through eleven during which the child learns to cope with social and academic demands and a feeling of competence. The fifth stage is Identity vs. Role Confusion during ages twelve to eighteen and gives teens a developed sense of self and personal identity. The sixth stage Intimacy vs. Isolation during age 19 to 40 gives young adults the need for intimate, loving relationships and the ability to have strong relationships. The seventh stage is Generativity vs. Stagnation and is seen in ages 40 to 65 in which adults have the need to create or nurture things that will outlast things, often through children or another positive change that benefits others. The final stage is Ego Integrity vs. Despair, seen from age 65 to death, and is where older adults look back on their life in search of a sense of fulfillment.
Subject: Art History
Provide a title, artist, date, and relevance for the following art style: (Baroque)
An example of artwork from the baroque style is the painting "Samson and Delilah" by Peter Paul Rubens. The baroque style started around 1600 in Rome, Italy. This style uses exaggerated motion, clear, easily interpreted detail to portray drama, tension, exuberance, and grandeur. The media of sculpture, painting, literature, and music are all seen in this style.
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