The Seed That Grew
Professor Christina Allen
November 28, 2010
I remember hearing dozens of stories about Jesus, but I never recall hearing a message about
salvation. I did not know I was a sinner in need of a Savior. This quo
Developmental Psych: study of physical, cognitive, and social change over the lifespan
-Nature or nurture?
-Continuity o stage?
-Stability or change?
- Grow old in continuous matter or progress?
-Do we change as people or people dont change
The understanding of human behavior overall does not undermine personal
responsibility because as humans we rationalize on what we think is right based on our
ethics. Our conscious knows what is right versus wrong based on experiences that influenced
This case study overall demonstrated in order to perceive things someone is not used
too there needs to be time for one to adapt to the change. Throughout Tracys experiment the
viewer could see that in the beginning of the experiment Tracy was struggli
I do agree with Winners definition of gifted. The reason is because a true gifted person
is a kid who does demonstrate those qualities at a young age. They show that passion to learn and
do what they are best at, at any given time, even with out the pu
For the Openness to Experience/Intellect category my percentile score is 35%. For the
Conscientiousness dimension my percentile score is 74%, 31% for the Extraversion dimension,
14% for the Agreeableness dimension, and 55% for the Neuroticism dimension. I
Physical appearance overall is important when evaluating a person because how we
physically perceive them, without actually knowing them, is how we overall view them as a
person internally. For example if someone does not look presentable, facial and d
One thing that we learned in class that will be useful to me in the future is that when one
is in high arousal they should not let their anger get the best of them. Being in high and low
arousal is when one will most likely do something stupid. That is wh
PART 1: Writing Multiple Choice Test Items (Cohen et al., 2013, pg. 252)
Develop one multiple choice question that covers content from each of the four chapters listed be
EEG is a recording of the electrical waves sweeping across the brains surface.
-Useful studying seizures and sleep.
-Would use in sleep clinics.
PET Scan: allows is to see what part of the brain in active by tracing where a radioactive
form of glucose goe
1. Motor neurons can perceive whats going on.
You will mimic people you admire
If you watch violence you will become violent
Monkey see monkey do
Know what a moderator is: variable that changes the effect of the IV has on
ENGH 302M 09: Advanced Composition: Multidisciplinary
Spring 2017: M/W 1:30-2:45
Robinson Hall A 106
Instructor: Mark Rudnicki ([email protected])
Office: Robinson A 311 A
Office Hours: Tuesday/Thursday 12:30-1:30 and by appointment
Other Contact: Office P
Puts Mat. In Mouth (p)
Name: Michael Fiumano
Unknown Mineral Identification Lab
1. What is the purpose of your investigation?
To determine how an unknown mineral demonstrates the following five characteristics.
2. Choose 5 characteristics from your notes
Graphing with Vertex form
Graphing with Standard form
Graphing from factored form
Standard to vertex form
Solving quadratic equation methods
Note that there is more information on factoring in the Solving by Factoring section here.
PSYC 100, Exam 2
What are the differences between sensation and perception?
-sensation is the bottom up process by which the physical sensory system
receives and represents stimuli. Perception is the top down mental process
of organizing and in
Final Exam Notes
-diathesis: so called stress, which says you have the proposition to
develop a psych disorder in your genes, however it is not activated until you
have experienced a period of intense stress, then the gene is turned on
Psych exam 3 notes
1. From going one to the next increases intensive motivation, use extensive
motivators like rewards in order to like something more but it has the opp.
Effect it just doesnt like something more reading in this case they are
What are the characteristics of an experiment? (types of variables, experimental/control group)
Be able to identify and describe the functioning of the following: the frontal lobe, the parietal
lobe, and the temporal lobe.