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I then came across the advertisement of your telescope which caught my eye right from the start. I had no idea my wife would help me find the best telescopes and lenses I had ever used. Both of the advertisements were easy to spot since they both at least took up at least half of a page each and used all capital letters in their headings and words such as “NEW!” near the products. The advertisements from the magazine were informative to say the least and seemed to
The R-squared value shows us the correlation between the two variables in each graph that we were comparing. A consistent, precise R-squared value would be ideally 1. In all three cases, only one of our methods gave us this result: Titration. So given our results titration was the most precise method. But, our Ideal Gas Law method was more precise than crystallization from the previous week due to our newly found R-squared value of 0.8909.
Running head: Check Your Perception Jamie Schee Module 3, Assignment Grand Canyon University Com 101 Instructor: Calvin Habig September 20, 2009 Check Your Perception Many of us go through our life going on our first interpretation of another individual(s), and there are times when our assumptions are accurate, but there are also some instances when these assumptions are wrong as well. In the text book ‘Looking Out looking in,’ Ronald B. Adler and Russell F. Proctor give their readers a great insight on how we perceive others and ways or steps we as communicators can use these techniques to a greater advantage. Perception checking is a great technique and tool we can use to progress our communication skills. I want to begin with the three steps of perception checking. According to Ronald Adler and Russell Proctor, “A complete perception check has three parts: A description of the behavior you noticed At least two possible interpretations of the behavior A request for clarification about how to interpret the behavior” (page.106).
The nineties gave way to a different perception and that people believed it was ok and the norm of the day to be single to have close friends. The latest era has opened our mind to the new possibilities, you can tweet your inner most thoughts and feelings, post your wants and desires and tell everyone on your friend list how your daily life is going. All of the networking sites have made it easier to tells everyone how you are feeling. They have also allowed us to keep in touch or reconnect with long distance family and friends. Rarely does someone pick up the phone and call their friend to vent about a bad day.
I think my part 2 assumptions were pretty accurate as well because those were more based on fact and stereotype which I feel have more of a chance of being correct than just my first impressions of her. How good do you think you are at reading people you encounter on a daily basis? I’d say I have a pretty strong read on people on a daily basis from experience and being a psychology major. I also have a good gut feeling when it comes to
I like your strategy of accepting that no one is perfect. Here is a parting consideration. Do you think it is truly possible to overcome this barrier? Why? Objective 1: You listed two personal barriers – self-serving bias and emotionsObjective 2: You described each barrier in over 100 words each.
There are psychologist that find the test very useful especially those that believe in psychodynamic theories but as any other test there exist skeptics that do not believe is such a helpful test as its been said. The ten inkblots are symmetrical perfect cards. Five of them are in black ink, two are in black and red ink while the remaining are multicolored but all of them have a white background. The patient is present to the cards twice, the first time is just for them to look at, the second time around the patient is asked what he originally saw, what makes it look like that and where in the card the imagine perceive its located. The cards are also rotates to see if in a different position the perception has any changes.
James Traub seems to agree with Gardner in his essay, “Multiple Intelligence Disorder.” After much thought, I find that Gardener has a very “Darwinian” view point on the theory of multiple intelligences, and in this essay I will show that I agree with Gardner, and that Traub further assists him in the theory of multiple intelligences. Gardner claims, in his essay, that every human is intelligent” and that IQ tests can only asses a few of our intelligences, since his theory is based on a “term of value and not a crisp concept.” He explains by stating that from this view point of intelligence is a “general ability that is found in varying degrees in all individuals.” The author, of the “theory of multiple intelligences”, finds that all humans are intelligent, that there are many different combinations of intelligence in all people. Basically saying that we all have different set abilities, talents or mental skills. Look at it this way, Gardner explains that intelligence is being able to handle any problem-solving situation. He says that the statement listed above is the “key to success in problem-solving.” In other words, The author is putting together that all humans have the need to problem solve using their talents or mental skills.
Something important to consider when looking at the theory of relativism is that it is just a theory. I personally believe it to be a good theory in general, but it should not be interpreted as a foundation for a belief structure. Nor should it be applied to every set of circumstances encountered throughout life. It is purely illogical to assume that one single theory will provide us with the proper guidance required to successfully negotiate every “right or wrong” decision. Relativism allows people to understand that individuals develop belief structures