This paper is going to be about my top five themes that I got from taking the test. The results is received from this test will help me have a better understanding of how to become successful in a number of different ways through my personality. Strengths Quest Reflection Paper Strengths Finder Themes Everyone has strengths as well weaknesses, however too often we dwell on are weaknesses rather than build on our personal strengths. The reason for identifying my personal strengths are to make better decisions, handle stress, develop better study skills, choose a major that best fits me, and to deal with all the issues and new things I will come across as freshmen in college. Once I recognize these strengths I can achieve success not only in college, but in my overall life.
Brainspotting is all about locating, activating, and processing Brainspot. Another main difference between EMDR and Brainspotting are the tools used during the sessions. EMDR does not typically use tools, but Brainspotting is the most effective when it is done with BioLateral Sound CDs. BioLateral Sound CDs use healing sounds that enhance the brain’s ability to process information by alternately stimulating the two hemispheres. The healing sounds enter the brain through the auditory nerves in the ears while the eardrums are vibrated bilaterally.
According to me, H.M.’s inability to recall the words was a problem of consolidation as well as a long term memory problem. By being able to recall immediately the information correctly after the words were given to him showed that his short-term memory was intact. A couple of days later he could still remember the information meaning it was stored. For information to be permanently stored in long-term
Thin Slicing Life In the novel “Blink” by Malcolm Gladwell, thin slicing is used as a tool in life to make “snap-decisions” from one’s unconscious state of mind. This can be more effective rather than a complex thought process. In the classroom is where I feel I come in contact with thin slicing the most. When a difficult or random question is asked, occasionally I would get an answer right away but I wouldn’t think it was right. In that situation I would find out that my answer was actually correct.
He/she showed that though their short term memory was damaged or quite poor when it came to preforming verbal tasks, they were still able to perform visual tasks, indicating separate stores for visual and verbal task as suggested by the working memory model. Brain scans can also show physiological support indicating that separate stores of memory are used for different types of tasks as different parts of the brain are used for verbal and visual data based information, as suggested by the working memory model. Another positive remark about the working memory model is that it is more plausible and realistic compared to the multi-store model as it suggests that the stm holds our information in ties with manipulation due to problems that maybe encountered unlike the multi-store model that claims the stm is a static store with its fixed duration and capacity rate that may be little affected. The working memory model gives more in-depth information about the short term memory store in contrast to the multi-store model. On the other hand, the working memory model has been hugely criticised for not being a comprehensive model of memory as it only concerns itself with the short term
The first modality to be discussed is kinaesthetic, which represents our feeling system. People who are primarily kinaesthetic have a tendency to tune into other people’s emotions quickly, like to touch and experience things and rely on their “feelings” to assess situations. In terms of an induction this group of people may like words such as feel, warm, soft, smooth and touch. With eye accessing cues, these types of people tend to have eye movements down to the right and may have a softer, lower tone to their voice and breathe naturally from their abdomens. The second main modality is visual and these individual’s will have a tendency to visual daydreams and imagination, they will be good at imagining a picture or a scene in their mind.
The cognitive interview had been developed by Fisher and Geiselman in 1992. Through findings of interviews they found that a witness is most likely to remember more and accurate detail through the use of retrieval cues. And so the cognitive interview is made up four distinct components. The first retrieval cue is known as ‘Report Everything’. This is where the interviewer would simply encourage the witness to report everything that happened in detail.
There are five different types of learning, so an organization has to have a plan in place for each of the categories that include verbal information, intellectual skills, motor skills, attitude, and cognitive strategies. The Adult theory is the most important theory in Walgreens because it is the target audience in the company. Many adults learn though experiences so it is very important for the trainer to train not sole on informational, but with some role playing or information materials based off of
The experiment produces the primary effect, where many words are recalled from the beginning of the list, and the recency effect, where many words are also recalled from the end of the list, but not so many from the middle. This study also shows that there are separate short term and long term memory stores since the primary effect occurs because the words at the beginning of the list have been rehearsed, and so are transferred into the long term memory store. However, whilst this is going on, less attention is paid to the middle words and they tend to be lost unless they have some special significance to the individual. The words at the end of the list are well recalled because they are still fresh in the memory system unless there is a distractor task which causes this information to be lost through interference, displacement, or decay. This evidence can be seen as reliable since it was scientific, conducted in a laboratory, and produced quantative data that makes it easy to summarise and compare with other data.
Teaching or learning outcomes In a 750-1,000 word essay, construct a plan of how these three pieces of technology could be integrated into a classroom, and how they would make teaching more effective and efficient, or would increase student learning. Support your plan with evidence from the reading, and three to five peer-reviewed articles from the GCU eLibrary.