a. Admissible of evidence
i. Probative > Prejudicial
1. Probative = Affording proof or evidence
2. Prejudicial = harmful to someone or something
b. 5 that affect psychology
i. 1923 Frye vs. U.S.
1. Frye was suing United States; Frye rule = General
What is learning?
Learning is usually defined as a change in an individual caused by experience (Slavin,
2012). Learning happens in several ways. There are many theories on learning, such as,
behavioral learning, social learning, and cognitive learning.
As substantive reinforcement in the teaching
learning process, explain and support application
of CAI methods.
Computer-assisted instruction (CAI) range in complexity from simple drill
and practice software to complex problem-solving programs (Slaving.
Vygotskys principle of zone of proximal development is when tasks are
endeavors that a child cannot yet accomplish alone but could with assistance
of more competent peers or adults (Slavin, 2012). Proximal development is
where a child has yet to grasped u
As a working single parent, I have decided to enroll my toddler in a daycare
program. I have waited till my child is at stage 3 in Eriksons stages of
personal and social development. At this stage my 3 year old has developed
Describe how you would detect or
assess students' faulty perception prior to
teaching a problem solving strategy.
To detect a students faulty perception prior to teaching a problem
solving strategy, I would first try to think like them. I would try to put
Should academically challenged middle or high school students
compete in school sports, such as basketball, football and soccer?
Academically challenged middle and high school students should
compete in school sports. Sports are a great way for a student
There are several principles of behavioral learning. Some of which are the
role of consequences and reinforcers. Consequences are pleasant or
unpleasant conditions that follow behaviors and affect the frequency of
future behaviors (Slavin, 2012). Skinner
Explain how behavioral learning theories have
evolved. Consider the following key terms and explain
how behavioral learning theories have evolved.
Pavlov's classical conditioning
Social learning theory has contributed to our understanding of human
learning. Observational learning is the learning by observation and imitation
of others (Slavin, 2012). Albert Banduras analysis of observational learning
involves four phases: attention
Race a Sensitive Issue
Race refers to physical characteristics, such as skin color (Slavin, 2012).
Also, defined as visible genetic characteristics of individuals that cause them
to be seen as members of the same broad group (Slavin, 2012). Race is a
Running Head: BULLYING IN SCHOOLS
ENG 2001 Composition III
6 November 2013
BULLYING IN SCHOOLS
Bullying in schools is a rampant and common activity today where the students harass
others both physically and emotionall
El merchandising social en la industria televisiva
Por Vainman A. y Lehkuniec R.
Este ensayo se pregunta sobre el papel sociocultural de los medios masivos de
comunicacin, particularmente, de la industria televisiva. El interrogante disparador es:
Sexual Transmitted Disease (STDs)
Week 5 Assignment 1
November 6, 2013
Sexual Transmitted Disease (STDs)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs) are also known as a venereal disease, and are the
most common disease tha