Event: Central Penn Blood Bank
Speaker: Stephanie Kaylor
Date: November 5, 2014
Spoke about what goes in in the blood drive
Who can participate
Where the blood goes
Where and how to sign up including dates
The Blood drive yearly theme
1) The authors stance in this story can be perceived controversial. I see the stance of the
author as a bit mournful towards Emily. The author is trying to say in this story that
death is powerful and can
As an academic athlete with a GPA of 4.0 and a 4 year varsity letter holder; I have always
aspired to perform my best in everything I do. Being in a competitive sport my entire life I have
become very determined to accomplish an assortment of goals I set
What is self-concept?
The relatively stable set of perceptions you hold about yourself
Self esteem : refers to self-worth
*emotional states, talents, likes, values roles
The most significant part of ones self-worth can vary.
*Social roles, physi
Out of class communication
What is out of class communication?
Communication between students and teachers before, after class or during office
How does it help students, teachers, and university?
Helps students educational develop
What are different types of friendships?
Friendship is a voluntary relationship that provides social support.
Short term class room friends, roommates - fall apart because of change
Long term friends from home -fall apart because of jealousy
What are the risk and benefits of self-disclosure?
Catharsis / venting getting things off your chest
Self- clarification clarify their beliefs opinions, thoughts, ideas, etc.
Self validation seeking agreement
Reciprocity one person discloses info
Why do we communicate?
Physical needs Health and well being
*People with strong relationships have significantly lower risks of coronary
diseases, regardless of whether they smoke, drink alcohol.
*Socially isolated people are four times more sus
o The ways we normalized strange or different things
Difference from other theories
What is queerin
o How can it be applied to gay marriage
Not looking at the person but at their a
Chapter 14: Political Communication 349
o Deliberation is believed to be a democratic good
o Hearing the other side leads to less extreme opinions
o More considered opinions (larger argument repertoire)
o Greater tolerance
Communication in organizations
o Cordination and activities
o Creation of goals/missions/vision statement
o Benchmarking success
o Leadership style /management
o Social Networks
o Social/task interaction
Explicating, examining, and addressing important and troubling heath care and
health promoting issues.
Important Health Communication Issues
Poor access to care
Limited quality health care services
Medical errors in the delivery c
What is a group
A group is a composed of individuals with varying motivations, emotion,
attachments, perspectives, and needs who come together to negotiate a framework
for communication that permits collective action
What is an ideal
Gendered Linguistics Styles
o Tend to use more second, third pronouns we and they
o Reference emotion more
o More intense adverbs and longer sentences really so
o Tend to use more self-reference and judgmental adjectives
o More references to q
Family Communication 55
Power -Ability to change the behavior of other family members
Authority - Amount of influence
Position vs. person oriented structure
Consensus least often achieved
Exam 1 Review
This is a review sheet you should use to aid your study for the exam. This review sheet is NOT
exhaustive, and you may see information on the exam that is not listed on this review sheet.
Introduction to Communication
Definition of communic
Conflict Communication 27
Conditions that define conflict
o Expressed struggle
o Incompatible goals
o Scarce Resources
Interference - $
Goals in conflict
o Content Goals
Americans, in general have a control, can do orientation to life.
Value doing over being and m-time over p-time
Germanys culture is similar
African American Vernacular English
Computer-Mediated Communication 245
The difference between media, medium, mediated communication, and
Plural: when you talk about all forms of media
Singular: when you talk about a specific medium
o Mediated Communication
Cancer Fighting Foods
Active ingredients: Sulforaphane, betacarotene, indole-carbinol contains muitiple cancer fighting chemicals (indoles for example). Indoles can affect estrogen converting It to a benign form that will not stimulate abno
and what results from them.
Fewer people die from strokes now than in 1950, but 5.5 million people live with the results of stroke. People are better aware of risk factors and signs of stroke than they were before. Better medical
Medical Speech Pathology
Julie Herbener, M.S. CCC/SLP Speech-Language Pathologist Lehigh Valley Hospital Allentown, PA
Must have: A master's degree in Speech-Language Pathology ASHA (American Speech-Language Hearing A
We don't have all the answers, but we have some.
Alzheimer's vs. Dementia
Not the same thing. Dementia is a clinical condition. Alzheimer's CAUSES dementia. Other diseases cause dementia, too.
Intro to Audiology
Nicole Hella, B.S. Stacie VanBodegon, B.S.
What is Audiology?
Broadly audiology is the science of hearing More specifically, audiology is the discipline involved in the prevention, identification, and the evaluation of hearing d
Stuttering, Assessment and Treatment
Who stutters more often males or females? Who stutters worse males or females? In whom does it last longer males or females? When do children begin stuttering, if they're going to? What perce