By Autumn Tate
The size of Americas government does have an effect on our individual freedom,
but that isnt necessarily a bad thing. The size of our government has grown immensely
since its founding but along with that, so has our populatio
By Autumn Tate
I believe that the quote from the Constitution Congress shall make no law
respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof has
been interpreted in many different ways, to many different extent
The human body and how it works seems to be all about balance. For example, the
parts of the body that we have two of, ears to hear, hands to feel, and eyes to see, are perfectly
placed on each side of the body. The parts of the body that we have only one
Wounded Knee occupation justified in the early 1970s
In Reservation of South Dakota, the armed group of the American Indian movement submitted to
the central authorities. This ended the siege of the
Author: Robert Taibbi
Title: How to talk to a man; How to talk to a woman
Date: November 10, 2012
This article addresses both a woman
Author: Elana Premack Sandler, L. C. S. W.
Title: Did the Economy Effect Suicide?
Date: November 4, 2012
This article discusses the r
Author: Susan K. Perry, Ph.D.
Title: Did You Know These 7 Surprises about Slots?
Date: November 4, 2012
This article addressed what a gamb
Sensation and perception:
1. sensation=the process by which stimuli are detected and encoded; getting
information in to the system.
2. perception=the interpretation of sensory input; using our knowledge to
understand sensory input.
States of consciousness:
A. Consciousness-a trash can term
1. the waking state
2. focused attention
3. inner awareness
5. thinking about thinking
Altered states of consciousness
1. Daydreams-waking fantasies
a. nearly everyone has daydrea
Introduction to Psychology
PY 101 is an introduction to the science of psychology. In this course, the theories,
methodologies, and research f
I would write a psychological self-help book on anxiety disorders. According to the
lecture notes, anxiety disorders main symptoms are a vague, unpleasant feeling. They include,
generalized anxiety disorder, phobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and post
1. Im afraid of having guns in my presence.
2. I have feared guns for my whole life.
3. I would concentrate mostly on my breathing and staying calm if I had to be around one.
4. I would be willing to rearrange my whole life to avoid guns to the fullest. T
Although, there are many types of psychological disorders, I dont believe any of them
should be an excuse to get away with murder. To get away with murder means, a person
going without proper punishment or consequences. I believe there is so much to be di
Hes attached to a professionally framed autographed football jersey. Shes attached to a
special letter she received over 15 years ago. Hes attached to a 1976 Chevy Caprice Classic.
Shes attached to a t-shirt over 18 years old. While the female may conside
Author: Kristine Anthis, Ph.D.
Title: You Must Do the Thing You Think you Cannot Do
Date: September 30, 2012
This article speaks about how fear
Author: Jennifer Hamady
Title: The Art of Being Musical
Date: November 12, 2012
According to Hamady, we should be musical in everything we do. Being Musical
Author: Susan Biali, M.D.
Title: Why You Cant Let Money Hold You Back
Date: August 30, 2012
This article addresses the issue that so many thin
Running head: THE EFFECTS OF INTERPERSONAL FACTORS ON CREATIVITY
The Effects of Interpersonal Factors on Creativity
THE EFFECTS OF INTERPERSONAL FACTORS ON CREATIVITY
Creativity is one of the predomin
How do we organize stimuli in order to perceive form, constancy, depth, and color?
We see everything in different colors, shapes, and colors. But we also organize
them as a whole, or by constructing perceptions. Form perceptions include figure and
Why are perceptual illusions so valuable to psychologists?
Perceptual illusions are a really good source of understanding about how the
senses work. Many other examples of visual illusions have contributed to our
understanding of how our brains interpret
Advertisers will always have insight on how to tap into basic human motivations, because they
too are human. I personally get swept into what advertisements are promoting most of the time.
For example, the restaurant giant, McDonalds have been advertising