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FINAL INTERVIEW 1 Final Interview Amber Hesler BEH/225 April 24, 2011 Chrystal Pitts
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FINAL INTERVIEW 2 Final Interview The person participating to be interviewed is the mother of the interviewer. She is 61, married to her second husband and the mother of three living adult children. She works a full-time job and currently is continuing her education with the University of Phoenix also. Her goals in life are somewhat spontaneous and undetermined. Though she is currently working in a position she has held for 15 years she has sought to continue her education with the hopes of a less physical position in a new field. She states that her new goal of obtaining a degree is something to keep her occupied when she is not currently working. Other than her work and her schooling her hobbies include bowling and reading books. The interviewee and the interviewer are 25 years apart in age, both married, and reside in the same area in the state of Ohio. While conducting this interview it was natural for me the interviewer to compare my own feelings with the answers of my mother the person volunteering for the interview because of our connection and relationship. The interview began with questions regarding the learning and memory process. The interviewee was asked how she believed she retained the most information either by reading or a hands-on approach such as writing; her response was basically the same as the interviewers. She stated that she needs the hands-on approach such as writing because as long as she wrote the list for instance she would remember what she wrote even when she forgets to carry the list with her. While discussing the ability of completing task she was asked if she thought, she completed task more easily when she is enjoying what she is doing or the times when she is rewarded for it, she stated that the accomplishment of completing the task and doing so correctly and afterwards being able to stand back and know she did it is the reward for her.
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FINAL INTERVIEW 3 Next she was asked how she would remember something in detail such as a medical procedure, by viewing the procedure as a movie or by reading it in a book. She stated that she
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This note was uploaded on 05/20/2011 for the course BEH 225 taught by Professor Mrking during the Spring '09 term at University of Phoenix.

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