Module 2 DEP 4053
Please list your responses to the questions below in the space
1) Thinking about the domains of development discussed in
your assigned readings and lecture (physical, cognitive, emotional,
Module 4 Discussion Board
a) Your initial responses to the question: Prior to the lecture, do you
think bipolar disorder should be diagnosed and treated in childhood?
I think bipolar disorder should not be diagnosed and treated in
M5 Discussion Board
In no less than one and no more than two paragraphs, post a
thread on the discussion board discussing:
I think the eyewitness testimony of children is not
reliable because there brains are not fully developed.
1. In no less than one and no more than two paragraphs, post a thread on the
discussion board discussing:
a) Your initial responses to the question: Prior to the lecture, did you think
that innate gender differences influenced how children learn?
DEP Discussion Board # 1:
1) You are to ask the following questions to someone in the
age group assigned to you (see below for age group
Who is the most important person in your life?
The most important person in my life is my husband. I love
Module 4 Activity
a) Describe the views of the person you interviewed and
compare their views to your own.
I interviewed someone in late adulthood and
their thoughts about children playing violent
video games are that is it not good
Module 3 Activity
a) Question: Which stage of cognitive development do the majority of the children in
this study seem to be in? What evidence supports this?
Response: The stage of cognitive development that the majority of children
COM 2130: Conversation Challenge 3: Mr. Phelps and Elderly Dog
The quadrant of the matrix that I would place the veterinarian is in the
respectfully easygoing quadrant and then after speaking she moved to the
stiff quadrant b
Assignment 1: Conversation Challenge: Pilot miscommunication (Why
1. Describe specifically the error in Flight 66 (show the actual
words) and describe how it might have been prevented. (HINT:
The error has to do with homonyms.)