Presentation_Affect_1_13_11

Presentation_Affect_1_13_11 - Your Brain on Presentation...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 1/21/11 Your Brain on “Presentation Drugs”: Fear, Dan Stone 2010-11
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1/21/11 The King’s Speech
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1/21/11 Acc624 Data from Spring 2010 Two surveys (n ~ 40) Right now I feel Survey #1: Not presenting – in class Survey #2: start of class – before presenting
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1/21/11 Data from Acc624 Class Right now I feel _______ (in class, not presenting)
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1/21/11 Next slide - 624 Class Data Blue- in class, not presenting Red – in class, b4 presenting
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1/21/11 Your Brain on Presentation Drugs
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1/21/11 Why is Changing Your Presentation Style Hard? Human brain is an evolutionary adaptation A “kluge” of disparate parts Why does this matter to you? Changing your presentation style can be hard Often involves working with emotion and
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1/21/11 The Triune Brain You have three brains Reptilian Early mammalian Later mammalian/human
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1/21/11 The Triune Brain Brain 1: The Reptile Brain Unconscious Regulates breathing, body temperature, nervous system Visceral behavior
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This note was uploaded on 01/20/2011 for the course ACC 624 taught by Professor Danstone during the Spring '10 term at Kentucky.

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Presentation_Affect_1_13_11 - Your Brain on Presentation...

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