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will draw many critics. The criticism of his theory that I find to be the most credible is The Other Mind Reply offered by Yale University. This line of thinking asks: if behavior is what we can determine the presence of cognition through, and an AI passes a behavioral test, why don't we attribute cognition to it?I myself do not believe in the philosophy of AI understanding, because to support either side on this issue one must have a belief for or against the ability of man to create another being capable of thought. I do not believe that any machine based creature we may ever create has the ability to think. Thought is something that is independently done and cannot be given to another, or more accurately, programmed in. Regardless of however many tests that may be passed simulating thought and understanding, a programmed being is not capable of thought and understanding.
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he was buried alongside his family in an unmarked grave in the
Cimetière des Rois in Geneva.
His most well-known work would be his theory of cognitive development, in which he
attempts to expound on how children model the world around them, in addition to their
prioritization of tasks and cognition of their environment. As previously stated, there were many
precursors to his intrigue on the matter, but it was likely due to his experience at the Binet
Institute and their use of “intelligence tests” that got his gears turning as he noted children
consistently missed questions that dealt with logical reasoning. It led him to believe that that
particular skill is not wholly inherently or
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When two heads are better than one: Interactive versus
independent benefits of collaborative cognition
Allison A. Brennan & James T. Enns
# Psychonomic Society, Inc. 2014
Abstract Previous research has shown that two heads work-
ing together can outperform one working alone, but whether
such benefits result from social interaction or from the statis-
tical facilitation of independent responses is not clear. Here we
apply Miller’s (Cognitive Psychology, 14, 247–279, 1982;
Ulrich, Miller & Schröter, Behavior Research Methods,
39(2), 291–302, 2007) race model inequality (RMI) to distin-
guish between these two possibilities. Pairs of participants
completed a visual enumeration
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28 October 2018
Physical Therapy and Biomechanics
Biomechanics is very important in my field of choice, physical therapy. Biomechanics the application of the principle of mechanics to animate a motion. In the article “Our Hands Will Know”: The Development of Tactile Diagnostic Skill: Teaching, Learning and Situated Cognition in a Physical Therapy Program by Mike Ross, he expresses that “the body becomes a physical therapists instrument (para. 15), which is very important. Treating the body as an instrument gives you a feel of what you are doing, what needs to be done as well as how to do it. It also helps the clients be able to relieve their
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There are some teens who aren’t successful in connecting with peers offline, because they are isolated geographically or don’t feel accepted in their school/local communities. Spending more time on social media links to feeling socially isolated. It’s actually pretty sad because electronic connection can be life saving for some kids. According to childmind.org, Alexandra Hamlet say’s “The less you are connected with human beings in a deep, empathic way, the less you’re really getting the benefits of a social interaction.” Being on social media all day will have an impact on a person like poorer attention, cognition and mood.
Social media is basically the root of evil in today’s
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lead to behavior)
· Subjective norms and perceived behavioral controls all lead into/add to Behavioral Intention
· Specific Attitudes: The more specific the attitude, the better the predictor of behavior
CHAPTER 6: COGNITIVE DISSONANCE
· CONGITIVE DISSONANCE: Unpleasant arousal occurring when two cognitions or a cognition and a behavior are in conflict.
· People are motivated to reduce dissonance
· Changing behavior:
· Changing cognition
· Add Consonant Cognitions: find some way to make dissonance go away by explanation how the dissonance doesn’t work; rationalization. GOAL is to make dissonance go away
· Trivialization: not getting rid of dissonance, but you make the
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confrontation in the journal article as relational cognition. This is “one cognitive process that may be implicated in dehumanization is people’s construal of their relationship with the dehumanized other”(p. 10). So the relation cognition is the person’s ability to link with a human person on human level and feels a certain way towards them. The lose of this cognition relation is one of the factors within Nick Haslams journal that give a sense of how dehumanization may look and feel.
Further focusing on the case concerning the monster or the soldier, the process of dehumanization starts from within each of them and can be compared in both scenarios as a product of trauma in dealing with death in
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enhances the motor skills because motor skills do not always improve by themselves.
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Kelso, C. (n.d.). The Importance of Physical Education. Retrieved January 24, 2018, from http://www.veanea.org/home/1000.htm
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Angus michell Piaget’s theory 24/5/18
Piaget’s theory focuses on development of a child’s cognition through different stages. The idea that a child develops in stages has implications for education. Piaget argues that every kid must pass through each stage in the same order and cannot skip a stage. In terms of learning, this can be applied to the speed at which things are taught. If a student cannot grasp the “building blocks” of a concept, such as if they are having difficulty grasping abstract ideas which can only be done in formal operation, concepts that are based upon these building blocks should not be taught until ready. Related to the notion of development being in stages, lesson
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questionnaire about future-career expectations, and a background questionnaire. After the 8-month program was completed, both students and tutors fill out each questionnaire again. Results show that both students and tutors reported higher levels of social and emotional self-efficacy as well as increased future expectations. Further research could include specific tutoring strategies that help to increase levels of self-efficacy and future expectations.
The research findings touch upon important topics that we have discussed and will discuss in the future. In the first chapter assigned about learning and cognition in chapter 8, the topic of interactions with more advanced individuals is
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: Developed by Carl Rogers and Abraham Maslow. It’s practically opposed to psychoanalysis and behaviorism; it states that human nature is positive and that people is inclined to change for the better.
· Cognitive: this perspective, examines mental processes and direct behavior focusing on concepts like language, memory and thinking
· Evolutionary: according to this theory, behavior and mental processes are affected by the forces of evolution and it is based in Charles Darwin’s natural selection theory.
· Biological: this theory states that biological factors like hormones, genes, and the brain affect cognition and behavior.
· Sociocultural: proposed by Lev Vygotsky, who states that when it
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Bureau) are a constantly growing number of individuals needing services from the human services profession. As the number grows every day, human service providers are seeing the need for more technology to help the aging population live with quality and dignity. A common fact is that as people age, they will have loss of cognition and physical disabilities. Another obstacle for the elderly and human services workers to overcome is that the aging individual is not as proficient in the new technologies of the current day.Human services workers are finding that he or she must find ways to help seniors with the aid of technologies such as: computers programs that include geographic information
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Baron-Cohen, S., Leslie, A. M., & Frith, U. (1985). Does the autistic child have a “theory of mind”? Cognition, 21 (1), pp. 37-46
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Billeci, L., Calderoni, S., Tosetti, M., Catani, M., & Muratori, F. (2012). White matter connectivity in children with autism spectrum disorders: a tract based spatial statistics study.
Charman, T. (1997). The relationship between
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, cognition, language and motor-visual skills. Only some of the mercury released ends up in our food. Determining how much isn't the easiest of question to answer. It all depends on how fast the ice melts, where trade winds take the gasses, and how fast they settle (Welch).
If the weather continues to warm according to the redundant trend, not just Greenland, but much of the world will be in for some trouble. The many pollutants such as radioactive cooling water, diesel fuel, and compounds found in electrical equipment used on the base will be exposed. The pollutants may then follow a similar course as that in Siberia, following under-ice channels into the ocean. As cracks in the ice succumb to
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-Assimilation and accommodation work together in tandem to bring about equilibration
Developmental Stages- Piaget
Sensorimotor-birth to 2 years- reliance on senses; innate reflexes
Pre-operations-2-7 years: language, pretended play, egocentric, fooled by mass, length
Concrete Operations -7-11 years: logical, symbolic, sort and classify, concept formation.
Formal Operations- 11 to adult: abstract thought, multiple perspectives.
Cognition unfolds in a sequence of four stages.
Each stage is age-related and consists of distinctive ways of thinking
Each stage is discontinuous
Concrete Operational Stage: Conservation, Classification, Seriation, Transitivity
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the program became an all year round program with a budget of $349 million. The government was enjoying a budget surplus from the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, which implemented several social programs to help educate and improve the health and welfare of the underprivileged. Most children in the head start program were age between three and five. Head Start’s program goal is to support children’s growth in the following areas, language and literacy; cognition and general knowledge; physical development and health; social and emotional development; and approaches to learning. Head Start meets educational needs by ensuring that each child is exposed to different learning experiences
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Education is an experience everyone is subjected to from a young age, many educators believe that their ability to teach effectively relies on instinct and experience (Book, Byers, & Freeman, 1983). But the retention of information could be affected by something a subtle as how its presented, and how much cognitive burden is required to decipher it. Diemand-Yauman, Oppenheimer and Vaughan argue that reading material should be presented in a disfluent font as they found it is better remembered than the same material in a fluent font. This is because it requires more cognition to read the material thus improving retention. More cognitive engagement leads to deeper processing
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authority figures are respected simply because of their authority base.
· Relativistic thinking occurs as students age and become aware of the diversity of opinions on any topic. Now they see knowledge as embedded in a framework of thought. Now they recognize there is little absolute truth, but relative truths, based on context. Now thinking becomes more flexible, tolerant, and realistic.
· This transition in thinking may be unique to people pursuing extended education, with all the diversity that they face in that environment. The underlying theme is adaptive cognition- thought that is less constrained by the need to find one answer to a question and it more responsive to context
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Mundy, P. (1995). Joint attention and social— emotional approach in children with autism. Development and Psychopathology, 7, 63—82.
Mundy, P., & Jarrold, W. (2010). Infant joint attention, neural networks and social cognition. Neural Networks, 23(8-9), 985-997.
Mundy, P., & Newell, L. (2007). Attention, Joint Attention, and Social Cognition. Current Directions In Psychological Science, 16(5), 269-274.
Murray D, Creaghead N, Manning-Courtney P, Shear P, Bean J, Prendeville J. (2008). The relationship between joint attention and
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trait-like concepts of self
-Self-esteem often begins
to decline as they compare
themselves to others
- With a higher level of
competence in important
domains and a higher level
of social support, an
increase of self-esteem is
- Greater sophistication in
Social Cognition skills
- Friendship skills rely on
both behavioral and
- Social relationships are
necessary for learning
about other's point of view
and developing self-concept
- Factors for academic
growth: quantity of learning
environment, and finding
value in learning and the
- Facts and procedures
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provide an understanding of the children’s wider development, these documents also include comments and conversations by the children and their physical input as this is continuously analysed for understanding.
The Montessori Method
1. Movement and Cognition.
4. Extrinsic Rewards are Avoided.
5. Learning with and from Peers.
6. Learning in Context.
7. Teacher Ways and Child Ways.
8. Order in Environment and Mind
Children are made to work largely on their own in a peaceful environment of total concentration. The Montessori theory is to adapt education for each developmental stage through materials especially designed a child’s exploration and self-discovery
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Theory of Informal Social Control
· Interactional Theory
What is a Theory?
· A set of interrelated concepts, definitions, & propositions that specify relations among concepts
· Purpose is to explain and/or predict phenomena
· Developmental theories: One type of theory to explain crime
· Suggests delinquency/crime careers develop and change over time
Farrington: Integrated Cognitive Antisocial Potential (ICAP) Theory
· Levels of AP vary over time
· Short-term AP can turn into long-term AP over time
· Process that turns AP into actual behavior
· Desistance occurs according to a person’s level of AP
· Is related to both social and individual reasons
Moffitt: Dual-Pathway Theory
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a scalding tank, which removes their skin and hair-this and many other processes in factory farms are not anywhere near to being ethical. The saddest part, pigs outperform three-year old children on cognition tests, and are even more trainable and intelligent than dogs or cats. If your dog or hamster wasn’t so fluffy and cute, would you feel so free to put them through the same thing?
Two of the primary, environmental issues related to mass factory farming are air pollution and deforestation. According to the organization, Our Green Planet, over thirty-seven percent of methane emissions come from factory farming. This results in atmospheric issues, including global warming. The
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student missed.By not attending classes students are much likely to fall behind.and when they are in class ,they are more likely to have little energy to be able to concentrate in class.
Access to proper nutrition can help students maintain psychological well-being and reduce aggression.This can have a positive effect on students.And also access to nutrition that incorporates protein ,carbohydrate and glucose can improve students' cognition,concentration and energy levels (Effect of school nutrition).A study by Connel Researchers revealed that 34 percent of low birth weight students were either repeating grades or placed in special classrooms while 14 percent of normal birth- weight
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and offers them a greater sense of control over their environment. Ropeik (2012) claims that this feeling of control is of utmost importance to individuals, especially while engaged in a debate over the right to gun ownership because it allows them to feel as if they have successfully stood against a society which often usurps individual rights (Ropeik, 2012). These beliefs are common among those who, when placed within the theory of cultural cognition, are individualists who believe that society should allow people to make more of their own decisions by granting them independence and personal freedoms such as the right to own firearms (Ropeik, 2012). In short, many opponents of gun control
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falls back on a form of pre-modernistic irrationalism, that plays some tunes to the style of Christian-existentialist and absurdist: Kierkegaard. Although Kierkegaard was not a post-modernist, Adam shares many similarities in though with him. Like Kierkegaard, Adam accepts the irrationality, and lack of structure to life. Humans live in a state of perpetual strife and conflict as they by instinct attempt to categorize and identify certain laws in which they can predict and universalize human behaviour and morality. However, this proves to be an ever-moving goal post as life itself is irrational, and uncategorizable. Humans change, conditions change, and cognition is incapable of capturing rhyme
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be abstracted from any empirical, and hence merely contingent, cognition". The inherent worth of the pure, rational form of law lies in its objectivity. It is from this objectivity that moral laws obtain their authority to command. If a law is allowed to become subjective by incorporating empirical elements, it becomes nothing more than a guideline for a particular situation. From an argumentative standpoint, the law is no longer watertight, and anyone wishing to ignore or act against a subjective law may simply protest that he or she is in a somewhat different situation from the one for which the law provides a guide. Now, rather than one foundational law from which all others spring, we
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investigate the immediate social situation and the interaction between person and situation variables. Social psychological research is often empirical and quantitative i.e. laboratory experiments, as well as some computational models (Sun, 2004).Specifically, social psychologists investigate such topics as attitudes, social cognition, cognitive dissonance, social influence, and interpersonal behaviors such as altruism and aggression. Research in these areas test theories, add knowledge to the field and also leads to new theory development. Research builds the field into a reputable discipline. They investigate various areas of human behavior. For example, social psychologists researching social
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large factor (Whitmore, 2009). It is imperative that children are provided with a larger selection of healthy food options that are dense in nutrients including proteins, complex carbohydrates, vitamins and minerals. Diets high in nutrients promote healthy brain development, cognition and improved mood, thus giving them the tools they need to thrive mentally and physically throughout their school day.
School Lunches in Other Countries
While childhood obesity has been on the rise for quite some time in the United States, others countries, have a heavy focus on the food their children consume during the school day. It is an example America should look at to reinvent the culinary choices that
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excess calories, the brain becomes unable to properly produce normal, healthy synapses, thus negatively impacting cognition. Another brain function affected by excess or insufficient nutrients are the neurotransmitters managing happiness and well-being inside the brain. The neurotransmitters require an amino acid called tryptophan, and lacking it can cause opposing feelings of depression and anger. This demonstrates that your diet not only affects your brain health, but also your mental health. A consistent diet of junk has been associated with anxiety, depression, ADHD, dementia, and amongst many other mental health conditions. There could be multiple factors contributing to this, from the lack
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maintenance or improvement of cognition. As mentioned, older couples have had the opportunity to share a long history of joint experiences with one another and are thus able to play to one another’s strengths and weaknesses. The resulting outcome is that older spouses who collaborate on cognitive tasks tend to achieve better results than when placed in an individual setting or when collaborating with a same-age stranger (Margett & Marsiske, 1999).
In addition to the above evidence in favour of healthy relationships and sex, sexually active older people are often viewed as being significantly more cheerful, mentally alert, and better adjusted (Damrosch & Fischman, 1985). Moreover, in some studies
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promoted), and attitude toward authority (Thiederman, 1991). It is important to accept differences in behavior, perception, cognition and ways of communication among staff members and delegates from different cultural backgrounds. The first line managers can't stick to their own cultural standard to assess the assembler's behavior and performance in the work environment. For example, so-called "common sense" cannot always be applied, because common sense might be different among cultures.Other influential features are degree of openness or directness, especially about negative information, amount of emotion attached to work execution, manner of participation in groups, and the balance
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growth- How important is to give infants stimulation. What someone could do at home to help stimulate their child’s cognitive abilities? There is research that shows that childhood stimulation is crucial to brain development. This is why it is important for parents to help stimulate their toddler’s cognitive abilities at home. Some of the things parents can do is surround their kid with books and educational toys. Studies find that the more mental stimulation kids get at a young age the more develop the part of the brain dedicated to language and cognition will be in the decades to come
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Discuss laws for involuntary commitment, involuntary treatment, and assisted outpatient treatment
Medical intervention in the form of involuntary commitment, involuntary treatment, and assisted outpatient treatment sometimes draws much controversy because of ethical concerns. However, these interventions are necessary due to two reasons. First, patients who suffer from mental illnesses, for instance, tend to experience disorders that make them a danger to themselves and to others in the society. As Testa and West attest, “The perceptual distortions caused by disorders of mood, thought, and cognition can interfere with a person’s functioning to such a severe degree that treatment is
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7. Biopsychology (Neuroscience) Perspective
1. Explain human thought and behavior strictly in terms of biological
2. Human cognition and reactions
1. caused by genes, hormones, neurotransmitters
8. Evolutionary (Darwanian) Perspective
1. Examine human thoughts and actions in terms of natural selection
-traits that benefit survival get passed on
9. Behavioral Perspective
1. Explain human thought and behavior in terms of conditioning
2. Look strictly at observable behaviors and what reactions organisms
get in response to them
10. Cognitive Perspective
1. Examine human thought and behavior in terms of how
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‘‘opponent’’ constitute the measure of aggressive behavior. Equipment needed will include a 36-inch screen tv, 2 video games one violent rated M for mature (Grand Theft Auto) and one non-violent rated E for everyone(NBA2K18). Participants will be randomly assigned to play one of the games. They will play the game for approximately 2 hours. After they will be reevaluated using TCRT test. After all data has been collected and accounted for we will use a t scale to find out if our prediction is true.
Anderson, C. A., & Bushman, B. J. (2001). Effects of violent video games on aggressive behavior, aggressive cognition, aggressive affect, physiological arousal, and prosocial behavior: A meta
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the brain because of brain malleability, the idea that our intelligence
can be augmented throughout our life, others claim that they might not provide us with skills in
real-life situations. Still, many experts and scientists have been gradually critical of the
effectiveness of brain training programs. Indeed, brain training, a multibillion-dollar industry
designed to improve human cognition using computerized tests, has been largely under attack for
it dubious efficacy, specifically with a $2 million dollar settlement by Lumosity, a leading
company in this field, to settle charges over its deceptive advertising (Howard, 2016). In 2014, a
group of 75 experts and scientists from Stanford
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manipulated to think that any self-cognition is grounds for
arrest by the thought police who are rumored to know what you are thinking The new idea was
Ingsoc which is another slogan from the party that means English socialism. Syme, the person
who works for ingsoc states believes “Orthodoxy means not thinking-not needing to think.
Orthodoxy is unconsciousness." As syme speaks to Winston, the passage shows how the Party
is able to control vast numbers of people, meaning the newspeak language will affect the
populations thought process. You could not get your way in the place of Oceania nothing
belongs to you “...except the few cubic centimeters inside your skull” (25). The Party doesn’t
care for free
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vast distance between the actor and the audience which makes it subsequently more manageable for the former to conceal and embellish certain aspects of the self. Goffman's idea of the 'splitting character of the self during interaction'[Goffman, Relations in public, pp.117] is particularly relevant in this scenario. The theory that the donning of personae merely represents a division of the ego is supported by other thinkers such as Baptista who believes that the division of the self 'can be found in everyday' physical interaction [Baptista, Framing and cognition, pp.212]. The online self can be thus thought of as part of a broader identity which behaves semi-independently from its origin and
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view and they are aware of conservation. Piaget believed that a huge change in cognition occurs when the child starts to conquer the theory of conservation. The child is now thinking logically. With a comprehension of the idea of reversibility, "the child no longer makes judgements solely on the basis of how things appear" (Piaget & Inhelder, 1969). In this stage, while children are using theoretical terms they are doing so only with regard to concrete objects, namely the objects to which they have direct sensory access.The formal operational stage begins at eleven years old and continues throughout adulthood. In this period, the child is able to rationalize in purely symbolic
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recent (September 2017) PubMed (scientific search engine) search of the term “Receiver Operating Characteristic” by the year of publication for the last decade. The increased use of ROC methods is evident as it continues to increase, also while the need for more advanced ROC methods increases as well.
Most ROC work has focused on two problems. Recently there has been interest into increasing those problems into three-class and multiple -class scenarios. A example of this is how standard practice of cognition pairs with mild cognitive impairment and demanded subject. Specified examples can be found in research about the estimation of the Volume Under the ROC Surface (VUS) in verification bias
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Achievement motivation has been conceptualized in many different ways. Our understanding of achievement-relevant effects, cognition, and behavior has improved. Despite being similar in nature, many achievement motivation approaches have been developed separately, suggesting that most achievement motivation theories are in concordance with one another instead of competing. Motivational researchers have sought to promote a hierarchal model of approach and avoidance achievement motivation by incorporating the two prominent theories: the achievement motive approach and the achievement goal approach. Achievement motives include the need for achievement and the fear of failure. Theorists have
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abstinence”. As author points out, Mr. Sessions suggests that marijuana is a “gateway drug to opioid addiction” but in fact it is proven by the evidence from different researches that “this is not the case at all”. Richard A. Friedman provides an example that 83 percent of people in Japan and 60 percent of South Africans who use recreational drugs “did not begin with cannabis”. At the same time the author acknowledges the risks of marijuana admitting that it can “impair cognition, attention and intellectual performance, though the effects are reversible”. But it does not increase mortality whereas “opiate overdose is the leading cause of preventable death in the United States, killing about
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our physical responses and our cognitive labels combine to cause any particular emotional response. Emotion depends on the interaction between two factors, biology and cognition.
STRESS – stress and emotion are intimately connected concepts. The term stress can refer to either certain life events (stressors) or how we react to these changes in the environment (stress reactions)
Measuring stress – Thomas Holmes and Richard Rahe designed one of the first instruments to measure stress. Their social readjustment rating scale (SRRS) measured stress using life-change units (LCUs). Any major life change increases the score on the SRRS, a person who scored very high on the SRRS is more likely
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their activity level drops: this is when they can experience
- Adults are no longer growing and developing and therefore requires fewer calories
- Most north american adults consume too many macronutrients and not enough
micronutrients and fibre
- Metabolism slows down as we age
- Energy needs are reduced but nutrient needs remain the same
- Seniors must ensure they consume foods high in nutrients but low in calories
- How? Adjust portion sizes
- Physical activity can reduce the risk of chronic illness and improve cognition
- Food passes through an older digestive system more slowly increasing the risk of
- Increase fibre & water intake
- Vitamin D helps to