Interpersonal Communication Paper
Can you describe a relationship where your girlfriend or boyfriend made you feel
uncomfortable? How did you handle it? Well throughout this paper I will be explaining a
situation I recently experienced regarding a relat
March 22, 2017
Thesis: That is why we have a system of adoption to give them a family to love them.
Annotated Bibliography Trials of Adoption
Abuse on Families
1. What is the most important development in the area of victims right?
I believe the most important development in the area of victim rights is the policing. I believe
October 6, 2016
Psych. For mental disabilities
1. Why is there a higher incidence of severely disable at early ages?
2. What disciplines are involved in the area of intellectual disabilities that you had not expected?
3. What are some possibl
October 18, 2016
The test I chose to take was the skin tone IAT. My results were that I preferred dark
skinned people over light skinned people. I am fine with my results but I believe I do not have a
October 20, 2016
Psychology of the Mentally Retarded
Williams syndrome (WS) is a genetic condition that is present at birth and can affect
anyone. It is characterized by medical problems, including cardiovascular disease,
September 6, 2016
My reaction to the video was just amazed at how unique the people were they
interacted with others the same way I would even with them having a disability it never
stopped them from being them. I do
September 9, 2016
I believe the studies are valid because each group had to write on beliefs different from theirs
and after writing about a different group of people you wrote in favor of thei
Throughout history,there have been countless depictions and interpretations as to where the real Adam
an dEve lived,and which chararteristics they wouldve had.
Two of the most important journeys in human history took place on the contient of Africa. These
October 29, 2015
Study text chapter 14- Indian Civilization
What are the four traditional ranks of Hindu society? How did these ranks evolve into the caste system?
Comment on the attitudes toward women and
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Module 3.2 Drugs and their effects
Drugs that increase energy, alertness and activity. They prevent neurons from absorbing
dopamine or serotonin after releasing them.
Some common stimulant drugs:
Effects on nervous system
Chapter 16.1 Anxiety Disorder
Generalized Anxiety Disorder (GAD) people are almost constantly plagued by
exaggerated worries. They experience excessive anxiety much in a day even when actual
dangers are low. (E.g. I might get sick; I might lose my job etc
Chapter 15.1 Abnormal Behaviour
Normal/Abnormal behaviour APA defines behaviour as abnormal if it leads to distress,
disability or increased risk of harm. However, any definition of abnormal behaviour has
Views of abnormality People have des
Chapter 14.1 Personality Theories
Personality the consistent ways in which the behaviour of a person differs from that of
others, especially in social situations.
Psychodynamic theory (Sigmund Freud) described personality as the outcome of
Chapter 13.1 Cooperation & Competition
Kohlbergs Views (similar to Piaget) moral reasoning is a process that naturally matures
through a series of stages. Judgement can represent either at a high or low level and we
evaluate a persons moral reasoning base
Chapter 12.1 The Nature of Emotion
Emotions A feeling state involving physiological arousal, a cognitive appraisal of the
situation arousing the state, and an outward expression of the state.
Measuring emotions Emotions are inferred, not observed directly
Chapter 11.1 General principles of Motivation
Motivation Process that determines the reinforcement of an outcome.
Drive Reduction Theory motivation is an irritation that continues until we find a way to
reduce it. It is usually induced by a persons needs
Chapter 6 - Learning
Behavourist believe that conclusion must be based on measurements and observations of
Structuralist asked people to describe their own mental processes.
Methodological behaviourism sometimes use behavioural observations to
Chapter 5.1 Genetics and Evolution of Behaviours
Chromosomes strands of hereditary material.
Each human have 23 pairs of chromosomes (23 chromosomes from sperm and 23
chromosomes from egg combine to form 23 pairs)
Genes sections along each chromosomes, co