Unit 1: Chapter 7
1. What is the relationship between socialization and crime? People are influenced by interactions
with various organizations, institutions, and processes of society such as education,
employment, and family
My Virtual Child Writing Assignment
Did I lead my child down the right path? As a child leaves adolescence, many parents often
reflect on how their child turned out and what influence they had in his/her development.This
assignment fulfills C
After studying this chapter you will be able
Name the parts of the cardiovascular system and
discuss the function of each part.
Define combining forms used in building words that
relate to the cardiovascular system.
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Endocrine System (slides # 2-16)
Blood (# 17-31)
Heart Anatomy and Physiology (# 32-43)
Blood Vessels (44-54)
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What Hormones they Release
Instructor John Hegger
Each question requires a minimum of 200 words. The responses must relate directly to the
course material, but should also include your personal opinion.
Would you be willing to give up some of y
The Lymphatic System
Lymphatic System: Overview
Consists of two semi-independent parts
A meandering network of lymphatic vessels
Lymphoid tissues and organs scattered throughout the body
Returns interstitial fluid and leaked plasma proteins back to the
Module 2 Infants & Toddlers
This module will address neonatal and infant development through the second birthday. The majority of
brain and nervous system development takes place in this age range. The foundations of language, emotions,
and perceptions ar
I sat down yesterday evening with my 3 year old niece, Gemma. Gemma loves books, so story
time is a great way to connect with her and engage with her for her to use her imagination. I let
her choose the book we were going to read from a selection of my fa
Lecture 16: The Respiratory System
I. General Anatomy of Respiratory System
1. Upper Respiratory Tract
a. nose and throat
2. Lower Respiratory Tract
a. larynx, trachea, bronchi, lungs
1. pulmonary ventilation - inhaling and exhal
Lecture 14: Lymphatic System
I. General Anatomy of Lymphatic System
A. Diffuse Lymphatic Tissue - not enclosed in capsule
1. mucous membranes of GI, respiratory, urogenital
B. Lymphatic Nodules - not enclosed, oval shaped regions
1. germinal center - site
Unit 1: Chapter 5
1. Explain the origins of trait theory. It was started from Charles Darwin and then carried on by
Auguste Comte. Both stated that the environment that someone is raised in helps to define who
they will become
Unit 2: Chapter 12
Instructor John Hegger
Each question requires a minimum of 200 words. The responses must relate directly to the course
material, but should also include your personal opinion.
1. Differentiate between an occasional and a pro
1. Civil law: set of rules governing relations between private parties, including both individuals and
2. Common law: early English law, developed by judges that incorporated Anglo-Saxon tribal
custom, feudal ru
Health, Stress, and Coping:
How can you create a healthy life?
What is stress?
Health Psychology- The subfield of
psychology that investigates the relationship
between peoples behaviors and their health.
Stress- Any event or environmental stimu
What Motivates You?
Is it instinct?
Instinct- innate impulse from within a person that directs or
motivates behavior. Involves neither experience nor
Most instinctive behavior is brought about by a stimulus,
something that makes one a
Reasoning, Decision Making, and Judgment
Language and Communication
Defining and Measuring Intelligence
In this Chapter we will be discussing:
Thinking: How we use what we know
Problem solving: Where does ou
What Is Personality, and
How Do We Measure It?
What is personality?
The unique collection of attitudes,
emotions, thoughts, habits, impulses, and behaviors that
define how a person typically behaves across situations.
Biological, Psychological, and Sociocultural Factors
Neurotransmitters & Genetics
Abnormal activity of norepinephrine,
serotonin, or GAB are involved when
having panic attacks.
Abnormal activity of GAB has
Telling my brothers that they are all mamas boys, but in reality I am just as much as a daddys
girl as they are mamas boys.
Going to the lake this weekend and telling my friends that I would ha
Unit 1: Chapter 3
1. Active precipitation: view that the source of many criminal incidents is the aggressive or
provocative behavior of victims.
2. Capable guardians: effective deterrents to crime, such as police or watchful neighbor
Unit 1: Chapter 2
1. Aging out: process by which individuals reduce the frequency of their offending behavior
as they age.
2. Career criminal: person who repeatedly violates the law and organizes his or her lifestyle
Unit 1: Chapter 4
1. Blameworthy: basing punishment solely on whether a person is responsible for wrongdoing and
deserving of censure or blame.
2. Boosters: professional shoplifters who steal with the intention of reselling stolen me
Unit 2: Chapter 8
1. Discuss the historical development of critical criminology.
The roots of critical criminology date back to a social philosopher
named Karl Marx. He identified what economic structures in society
Unit 2: Chapter 10
1. Acquaintance rape: Forcible sex in which offender and victim are acquainted with each other.
2. Acquaintance robbery: Robbers who focus their thefts on people they know.
3. Aggravated rape: Rape involving multip