Lecture Notes 1: Benjys Flashback
However, the phrase hush is also employed during times of affection and comfort.
Caddy is his symbolic Mother and caretaker, who try to comfort and watch of Benjy however
way she can. This contrasts with the Mother, a sel
Lecture Notes 3: Caddy and her virginity
The father Jason Compson is seen on page 78 giving his opinion about virginity,
and the fabrications men and women have conjured regarding it. Quentin then interjects and says
why it couldnt be the other way, where
Lecture Notes 2: Caddys Senses
With Benjy, there is limited family interaction. Unable to speak or articulate
properly, everyone assumes him to be mindless and thoughtless; even Luster comments on him
being Deaf and dumb. However, an idea recurs throughou
Lecture Notes 4: Quentin and Compson
Quentin establishes himself as the family head, the fatherly figure. His fathers
role is to protect the women of their family from one another and from other women. Quentin
here takes this obligation on page 96 as a ro
Lecture Notes 5: Banker Herbert
Jason has the burden of his mother and the rest of the family on his shoulders. He
is locked within the familial values that a family head is responsible for. This is because of
Caddy, who being promiscuous, lost him his re
Lecture Notes 7: Hawkins Vision
Hawkins had a vision, something nobody else could understand. There was an
amalgamation of influences all being absorbed by Hawkins, and now he had to make a move. He
wanted to start a company, and after having seen how the
Lecture Notes 10: Brand Name Games and Companies
A notable trait in Hawkins is that he does his research, and in almost every
magazine, blog, and article about him, you see mention of him always predicting the future,
looking at market trends, and using t
Lecture Notes 9: Hawkins competition
Just a few months ago, in February, Hawkins raised $6.5 million for his company
If You Can. Theyve also launched their first Apple appstore app on the iPad called IF. The
purpose is to teach children about social and e
Lecture Notes 8: Hawkins Games
The company did alright, having bought a few studios and hanging on for a few
years, but in 2003 the company filed for bankruptcy. Hawkins bought a small part of the
company after many parts of it were sold to many competito
Lecture Notes 6: William Hawkins
William M. Hawkins III, better known as Trip Hawkins is a businessman and
entrepreneur with an awesome name and successful career. Hawkins was born in 1954 in
Pasadena, California. He comes from a well-to-do family. His fa
Lecture Notes 1: Thinking and Learning
Objective 1: Define cognition.
Cognition is the mental activities associated with thinking, knowing, remembering, and
Objective 2: Describe the roles of categories, hierarchies, definitions, and protot
Lecture Notes 4: Phenomenon
Objective 9: Describe the remedy for the belief perseverance phenomenon.
Belief perseverance is the clinging to ones initial conceptions after the basis on which
they were formed has been discredited.
The remedy for belief pers
Lecture Notes 3: Decision Making
Objective 6: Describe the drawbacks and advantages of overconfidence in decision making.
Overconfidence is the tendency to be more confident than correct- to overestimate the
accuracy of ones beliefs and judgments.
Lecture Notes 2: Confirmation Bias and Fixation
Objective 4: Contrast confirmation bias and fixation, and explain how they can interfere with
effective problem solving.
Confirmation bias is a tendency to search for information that confirms ones
Lecture Notes 5: Language
Objective 12 Trace the course of language acquisition from the babbling stage through the twoword stage.
Receptive language is the babys ability to comprehend speech; productive languageability to produce words.
Babbling stage is
Lecture Notes 6: Hypothesis
Chomsky also stated that our developing language is natural and quick; we come
equipped with a sort of acquisition box.
7-month old infants can learn simple sentence structures.
Children represent a critical period of language.
Lecture Notes 10: Claus Summary
THE SUPREMACY CLAUSE AND PREEMPTION
Federal constitutional and statutory law and treaties supersede their state counterparts due
to the Supremacy Clause, Article VI, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution:
This Constitution, an
Lecture Notes 9: Commerce Claus
THE COMMERCE CLAUSE
Commerce Clause: Article I, Section 8 of the U.S. Constitution empowers Congress [t]o
regulate Commerce with foreign nations, and among the several States, and with the
Since 1824, the Sup
Lecture Notes 8: FEDERALISM
Federal Government: A form of government where states form a union and the sovereign
power is divided between the national government and the various states.
The Privileges and Immunities Clause: Article IV of the U.S. Constitu
Lecture Notes 7: Images
Objective 15: Discuss the value of thinking in images.
Mentally simulating an action activates neural networks and vise-versa.
Outcome stimulation, where you think only for the outcome, processes simulation where
you think of how t