Not Helping and Aggression
Plurastic ignorance: people not helping out in emergency situation (fail to recognize or talk
themselves out of it)
- Informational social influence: no one else is helping, mus
Holden Caulfields Struggle to Accept his Failures
Most people are unwilling to acknowledge failure and take responsibility for their
actions. However, as people mature, it becomes easier to own up to shortcomings. This
What makes a speech good?
To be effectively persuasive then, one can reasonably conclude that the most
important literary tactic is that of a strong, declarative voice.
Use of opposites to create contrast and transition keep the speech convincing and
Congress possesses the authority to create or abolish departments and to transfer agency
functions. It can also expand or contract bureaucratic discretion and confirm or reject
presidential appointments. Congress also has oversieght power. Congress is
1. What is the significance of dreams?
In Owells 1984 it becomes obvious that dreams are very significant.
Dreams are the one thing Big Brother cannot control.
Dreams offer a safe place to think illegally where the people of Oceania cannot
Honors English 12
A Newer Modest Proposal
For preventing the underprivileged junior class of Walt Whitman
High School from being a burden to the seniors and for creating a
compromise with the prestigious
Hon English 12
Hamlet is arguably Shakespeares most notable literary piece. He creates a deeply
troubled and complex persona for the protagonist, Hamlet, as he undergoes a dark
emotional journey to cope with the death of his
KID Museum Apprenticeship Questions:
1. Tell us about yourself: age, school you currently attend, etc.
My name is Jessica Cohn. I am an eleventh grader at Walt Whitman High School
and am sixteen years old.
2. Why are you interested in working with KID Mus
March, Cristie L. "A Dystopic Vision of Gender in Aldous Huxley's Brave New
World." Women in Literature: Reading Through the Lens of Gender. Ed. Fisher Jerilyn
and Ellen S. Silber. Westport, Conn.: Greenwood Press, 2003. 53-55. Rpt. in Children's
The scene is centered around Cassius and Casca conversing during the storm. The
scene takes place in dim lighting with a backdrop of rain and sounds of lightening
and thunder. Throughout the scene Cassius has many long monologues expressing
Jessica Cohn and Angie Ames
Honors English 10
Mrs.Essers P.D. 4
December 6th 2013
Act I scene iii interpretation
The scene is centered around Cassius and Casca conversing during the
storm. The storm symbolizes to Cassius that the gods are angry with Caesa
Apes Pd 2
The Great Transition
In todays world oil prices are constantly raising, air pollution is worsening, and
coal burning is at an all time high. The environmental problems caused by such energy
sources have prompted writers a
Chapter 5: Cognitive Development in
Infancy & Toddlerhood
1. Define adaptation. Explain the relationship between assimilation and accommodation.
Adaption involves building schemes through direct interaction with the environment. With
assimilation, we use
Chapter 8: Social/Emotional
Development in Early Childhood
1. Explain initiative versus guilt.
Initiative versus guilt represents Erikson's 3rd stage of development for children aged 2-6.
In order for a child to master initiative, the child m
Chapter 7: Physical & Cognitive
Development in Early Childhood
1. What are some influences on physical growth and health?
Heredity and hormones
List some of the developments in terms of moto
Chapter 1: History, Theory, Research
1. Human development studies change and constancy throughout the lifespan. Explain
how the field is scientific, applied, and interdisciplinary.
Human development is scientific in that it is char
Chapter 6: Emotional & Social
Development in Infancy & Toddlerhood
1. What psychosocial stages are infants and toddlers dealing with?
Basic trust versus mistrust; The trusting infant expects the world to be good and gratifying, so
he feels confident about
Chapter 9: Physical & Cognitive
Development in Middle Childhood
List 3 physical changes noted in middle childhood.
1) The bones of the body lengthen and broaden
2) Primary teeth are lost and replaced with permanent ones
3) There is an increase in muscl
Chapter 2: Biological and Environmental
1. What are dizygotic twins?
Dizygotic twins result from the release and fertilization of two ova. Genetically, they are the
same degree of likeness as ordinary siblings.
2. List 3 reproduct
Chapter 4: Physical Development in
Infancy & Toddlerhood
1. Define the Cephalocaudal Trend.
During the prenatal period, the head develops more rapidly than the lower body. In Latin it
means head to tail.
2. Describe brain plasticity.
Chief Justice Warren Burger
Types of rulings:
The constitutional rights to abortion and the validity of busing as a remedy
for school segregation were both established during his tenure and he
Decision that validated busing as a tool for
Jessica Cohn and Jonny Schneider
Honors English 10
Mrs. Essers P.D. 4
December 4th 2013
The Taming of the Shrew
In Zeferrellis romantic comedy, The Taming of the Shrew he uses deception,
disguises, cases of mistaken identity and a light and humorous tone
Mrs. Del Savio
AP Psychology Period 4
1) A longitudinal Study is research in which the same people are restudied
and retested over a long period of time. A longitudinal study makes results
from experiments, more timely, rel
Why is the student angry when he first reads the ad? Why does he
respond to it? Explain his state of mind when he first approaches the
teacher and how this attitude shifts.
The student is angry when he first reads the ad because he had
One of the last remaining Communist party-states in the world.
Party holds monopoly on political power
Claims the right to lead all government and social institutions
Proclaims allegiance to official state ideology (Marxism-Leninism-Mao Zedong
APCP UK REVIEW
Backbenchers: Labour MPs who do not have a position in the government
Bill of Rights: Act declaring the rights and liberties of the people and monarch
Implemented parliamentary sovereignty which separates and limits the monarchs
Close Relationships_Outline 1
Outline: Close Relationships
Companionate Versus Passionate Love
Companionate Love the feelings of intimacy and affection we feel for
another person when we care deeply for the person
What is aggression?
Aggression: any behavior resulting in physical or psychological pain and implies
Involves anger and infliction of pain
Means to an end
Part III: Social Relations
Clark & Clark (1947)
Children understand racial differnces
Children preferred the white doll
1/3 of the children rejected their own group affiliation
Children understand raci
How pervasive is prejudice?
Less blatant, but still widespread
Measures of subtle prejudice
IAT- Implicit Association Test
Prejudice, Stereotyping and Discrimination
The Affective component
A hostile or negative attitude toward a distinguis