Chapter 12: Personality
What is personality?
consistent across situations
distinctive (pattern of traits is unique to the individual)
a personality trait is a durable disposition to behave in a particular way in a variety of
Chapter 13: Social Behavior
Movie- Mildred Study
men from 20s-50s one teacher, one learner, various careers and educations
learner rigged, not getting any shook
teacher has pairs of words, shocks increasingly high when wrong
50% went all the way to th
Chapter 6: Learning
What do we mean by learning
everything about behavior and knowledge that sticks
learning is a relatively durable change in behavior or knowledge that is due to
Basics of Learning
humans and other animals all learn. In fa
Chapter 15: Psychological Disorders
Abnormal Behavior: Medical Model
Psychologists view abnormal behavior like a medical problem
Advantages to medical model? (these as fixable) (verified scientifi
Sleep Cycle: Stage 5
Rapid Eye Movement (REM) Sleep
very deep sleep- hard to awaken
muscular paralysis/extreme muscular relaxation
irregular breathing and pulse
lots of brain activity (beta waves)
We need REM sleep AND slow wave sleep
The difficulty is that both sides are using the same words for totally different concepts. The AntiAgenda 21'ers define "sustainable development" in terms alien to planners and the planners are
assuming they are using a common phrase. The only i
1. To simply put it, they are inseparable because the framers did not envision having too
much power to one person or area. By following the constitutional principles, it would
guide one to make constitutional an
1. Besides avoiding any mean of an autocracy being present in government, having a
restrained view on the public was a must in the view of the Framers. Its a troubling
thought that the Framers desired to insulate
Chapter 5 Interpreting the United States
We are under a Constitution - but the Constitution is what
the Judges say it is.
-Charles Evans Hughes
The Supreme Law and Judicial Review
a. Article VI of the Constitution describes three things as th
Chapter 2: Change and Stability in Legal Reasoning
"Liberty finds no refuge in a jurisprudence of doubt. . . ."
-Justice Sandra Day O'Connor
Politics by Any Other Name
According to David Easton, politics is the authoritative allocation of values.
Speaking in historical context, the traditional presidency was the era in which presidents
were honored and respected for their public service and political contributions prior to
1789. They occup
Chapter 1: What Legal Reasoning Is, and Why It Matters
Legal reasoning is the way lawyers and judges talk publicly about the law. This legal language
gives us the tools to tell the difference between impartial and partisan legal decisions. Legal
1. Before the presidential election in 2008, Justice Souter was looking forward to step down
from the Supreme Court and move on with his life, but did not want to create any serious
event of having multiple vacanc
1. Rhetorical presidency is meant as a political communication theory used by the president.
Rather than direct rhetoric to the U.S. Congress or any other governmental body, the
president transitions his or her p
Lief H. Carter, and Thomas F. Burke. 2002. Reason in Law. Addison Wesley Longman, Inc.
Chapter 3 Common Law
The life of the law has not been logic; it has been experience.
- Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr.
The Origins of Common Law
1. William the
Building Effective Leadership
Creating Your Own Leadership
2007 CANE Spring Meeting
Vice President, Personal and Small Business
Building Effective Leadership Skills | Creating your own
Family Financial Management Planning for the
Promoting the Health and Well-Being of Families During Difcult Times
DenYelle Baete Kenyon, Doctoral Student
Lynne M. Borden, Extension Specialist and Associate Professor
A Best Practice Guide for the
Constructing Excellence is driving forward productivity improvements in the UK
construction industry through a set of integrated programmes focuse
Leadership skills building
and team work
Thursday 16th May 2013
Guidance and Counselling Officer, MOE
Leadership is the
challenge to be something
more than average.
Work groups and organization come into bei
What is Leadership?
Leadership Key Points
Leadership in Simple Terms
Qualities of Leadership
Leadership as Empowerment
The Leadership Role
The Ingredients of a Successful Leader
What is Successful Leadership
The Lombardi Lea
skills and team building
Patricia Arean, Richard Jordan & Ed
Case based presentations, problem
solving and discussion
Identify key skills needed for
Develop a core
Building Your Leadership
Lead yourself, lead your team,
and lead your business
At the end of this module, you will be able to:
Identify the Three Spheres of Leadership.
Strengthen your self leadership.
Identify the leadership sk
uthor: Tom Siebold is a writer and consultant in Minneapolis. He is also co-owner of
Collegegrazing.com-a site to help college bound teens to learn more about what they need and want in
Objective (s): To write a personal statement of leadership
The old-fashioned view of leadership is that leaders are marked out for leadership from early on in their
lives; and that if you are not a born leader, there's little you can do to become one.
That's not the way we see it now. The modern
PS 321 International Politics
Week 4 Prompt: From 11/9/1989 to 9/11/2001
Please type your name and response below the prompt. Your response
should be at least 750 words in length. Keep the same formatting as
provided here. This assignment is
The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
July 20, 2010
Author: Huntington, Samuel P.
Title: The Clash of Civilizations and the Remaking of World Order
Publisher: New York, Simon & Schuster Inc., 1996.
Main Thesis: In 1993 Samuel Huntingt