Elements of Intercultural Communication
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Lesson 3 Roundup Exercise
1. Make up an original real life example (e.g., not card decks or dice) of how to use the multiplication
rule to determine the probability of an outcome. Explain why the events in your example are either
dependent or independent.
Summarize those scores in both a frequency distribution table with appropriate classes and frequencies
shown. (3 points)
Cumulative Frequency (f)
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Lesson 1: Roundup Exercise
Participants that rent in Kentucky recruited at a family medicine clinic
and pharmacy located in a central Kentucky academic medical center between January
and May 2013.
Based on their biological, social-cultural, and psychological origins, explain how feelings of
prejudice, aggression, and conflict can be transformed to promote peace.
In your own words, define optimism and pessimism. Use examples to support your answers.
According to lesson 9 and emotion is a mental and physiological feeling state that directs our
attention and guides our behavior. In addition, emotion can be defined as the bodys adaptive
response to a particular situation. Some of the emotions that are c
Sigmund Freud developed the original idea of defense mechanism wich are different tools or
strategies that we all use to help protect ourselves in cases of uncertainty. Some of the defense
mechanism includes denial, repression, displacement, projection, r
Explain the importance of observational learning with Albert Banduras theory.
Albert Bandura developed the theory of observational learning, also referred to as modeling or
social learning. Observational learning occurs by observing, retaining, and replic
In reference to our lesson, behavior is the result of both the situation and of the person. The
situation refers to cultural influences, social roles, and the presence of witnesses. In the case of
the person is referring to personality characteristics. Si
Attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder
A better understanding of disorders in school-age children can help parents and teachers detect,
and understand the needs, disabilities, and the capabilities of students with disorders such
Response to Question 1
Reflect on how psychological principles can help you learn and remember
Applied psychology makes use of a variety of psychological principles to enhance outcomes and
solves problems in real-world and everyday life situations ("What
1. In your own words, describe ways in which the processes of visual perception
help you to engage in everyday activities, such as driving a car or preparing a
meal. You can select other activities.
The process of visual perception helps us while driving
Reflect on your feelings and memories related to the content in Lessons 1-3, and respond to them in
this journal. You will be graded on content and critical thinking.
So far, I have learned a lot from the content in lessons 1-3. Lesson 1 was a good refres
Alice is a 12 year old child in the 7th grade. She found math to be her most challenging subject.
Although she did her math homework regularly and studied hard for tests, she continued to get
poor grades. Over time, Alice began to put less effort into her
Lesson 2 short assignment
In addition to avoiding smoking, what else might fathers-to-be do to help their unborn
children develop normally in the womb?
-In addition to avoiding smoking, a father-to-be should also avoid the use of
illegal drugs and alcohol
There are several contributing factors when it comes to the development of language in an
infant. From the moment of birth, the brain of an infant is constantly developing neuron connections and
pathways creating a highway of information. The construction
The doctors, Jack P Shonkoff (director of Centers of the Developing Child, Harvard University), Robert
Block (President of American Academy of Pediatrics), and Roberto Rodriguez (Assistant to the President
for Education Policy; in the video The toxic Stre
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Which of the following is not part of fem
Discuss the need for scientific research in the field of psychology. How does
psychological research obtain and use empirical evidence?
Empirical evidence is based off of two types of research deductive reasoning
(hypothesis) and inductive reasoning (t
1. Healthcare professionals often work rotating shifts. In your own words, why is this
problematic? What are the psychological, social, and physiological challenges
related to rotating shifts? Consider sleep deprivation, high levels of stress, or side
Relationships are molded by time and culture. What is acceptable at any given time in
place may merit the death penalty in another time and place. This would seem to mold ones
actions when attempting to attract a mate. There are many different variables t
1. The relationship between uncertainty reduction and intercultural communication
apprehension is intimately intertwined. Since intercultural communication apprehension
is the anxiety that exists in the time leading up to the possible or probable
The world is full of stimulations to experience. Our senses allow us to experience these
external sensory stimulations. If one was unable to experience these stimulations, or were to
alter them on a regular basis, life would be extremely different.
1) Identify three differences between high- and low-load environments.
Three differences between high- and low-load environments are information rates,
simplicities and complexities, and predictability. The information rates vary from environment to
1) Three of the dominant American cultural values are, obsessing with big and more,
impatience on time, and urge to improvise. These values are extremely prevalent in todays
management styles, and be seen in many companies operations today. Obsessing with
The four benefits of intercultural communication are healthy communities, increased commerce,
reduced conflict, and personal growth through tolerance. Healthy communities are made up of
individuals working collectively for the benefit of everyone. (Neulie
There are many ways to go about measuring behavior with theories. Both Structuralism
and Psychoanalysis have the most interesting ways of measurement. Structuralism is a
psychological theory developed by Ferdinand de Saussure in the 1900s. Structuralism w