Jaquita Britt 1
Outline Worksheet for Informative Speech
Title: Dont Buy Stuff You Cannot Afford
Speaker: Jaquita Britt
Specific Purpose: Inform audience on how to manage credit.
Central Idea: Maintaining good credit.
In April, U.S. consum
Professor Charles Parker
July 16, 2015
The Romanticism Values
A great many phenomena of the present day- nationalism, existentialism, admiration for
great men, admiration for impersonal institution, democracy, totalit
1- Describe consciousness and different levels of it (80-81)
consciousness refers to our moment-by-moment subjective experiences.
The combination of a persons subjective experience of the external world and the
persons mental activity;
When we a
The Biological Mind
THE TYPICAL NEURON
The Neuron: a cell of the nervous
system that is specialized for sending
and receiving neural messages.
Cell body: The large, central mass of a
nucleus, containing the nucleus.
Axon: the branch of a neuron
Describe health psychology and the biopsychosocial model.
Health psychology: integrates research on health and on psychology
Biopsychosocial model: health and illness result from a combination of factors, including biological characteristic
1.Draw and label the structure of the nervous system from figure 2.2
2. draw a typical neuron and label the cell body: axon: dendrite; and glia and
describe their function
axon: a long, narrow outgrowth of a neuron that enables the neuron to tra
CH 4 QUIZ QUESTIONS
1. Describe 3 prenatal phases of development
Germinal period: the period in prenatal development from conception to two weeks
after fertilization of the egg, when the zygote divided rapidly and implants in the uterine
Describe ways in which we make snap judgments about people
Body language and facial expressions,
Describe types of attributions we make as well as types of bias in those attributions.
personal attributions- Peoples explanations for why events or actio
Describe the three phases of information processing in memory.
Encoding: changing information into a neural code the brain can use. Here the reader is
encoding the visual inputthe words and pictures on the page.
Storage: maintaining info
Contrast analogical and symbolic representations
When we think about information, we have 2 basic types of internal representation. Analogical is when they have
some of the physical characteristic (images) and symbolic is when it consist
Describe Maslows Hierarchy of Needs
Everyones needs can be placed in a hierarchy- survival needs placed at the bottom.
Describe drive, arousal, and incentives.
Drive- psychological state that motivates a person to satistfy a need
CHAPTER 4: THE
THEMES IN DEVELOPMENT.
Nature and nurture intertwined
Continuity or discontinuity
Universal or ecological development
THE ZYGOTE, EMBRYO, AND
Zygote: the term used to describe a
developing organism immediately followi