Unit 8: Assignment 8.1a P1: Describe the application of behaviourist perspectives in health and social care. Introduction Behaviourist approaches are easy to understand. Behaviourists are only interested in our behaviour – in what we actually do. They are not interested in anything that might be going on inside our heads. Behaviourists apply scientific principles to studying behaviour. They don’t think it is important to ask and analyse what people might be thinking or feeling
Task 1 P1: Describe the type of business, purpose and ownership of two contrasting businesses Introduction: In this assignment I am going to introduce of both my selected businesses and in my case my selected businesses are Starbucks and Warung Tegal. The activities that both of the businesses have, a description about each of the business types, the purposes (aims and objectives) they have and the form of ownership. Starbucks. Introduction Starbucks. Starbucks is an international
which was held by him until1925. Pavlov developed the behaviourism theory which has laid the basis for the scientific analysis of behaviour. The theory was called ‘classical conditioning’. Pavlov worked with dogs and investigated their digestive system. He wanted to measure the production of salvia produced by the dogs, so he attached them to harnesses whilst attaching monitors to their mouths and stomachs. One day his laboratory assistant walked into the room with a bowl of food for the dog, the
Accounting systems (M2) This report will contain the purpose of a trial balance account; describe some of the errors that might cause an imbalance, state why accurate accounting is necessary and why numerical errors might have serious implications for a company. Purpose A standard practice in double-entry bookkeeping systems, which a company prepares periodically, usually at the end of every reporting period, a trial balance is a standard T format account used to produce a quick check of the
Types of documents used in a business transaction Issue of a Purchase Order Invoices Delivery Notes Receipts Credit Note Debit Note A purchase order is a document that is generated by the client, or the business that receives the item or service which indicates the types, quantities and agreed prices for products or services the seller will provide to the buyer. Purchased orders are not always used, but are common among businesses that engage in a lot of purchasing activity.
Explain the principal psychological perspectives – P1 There are six psychological perspectives in which all have different theorists. These consist of: Behaviourism – Pavlov/Skinner Social Learning – Bandura Humanistic – Rogers/Maslow Psychodynamic – Freud/Erikson Cognitive – Piaget/Kelly Biological - Gesell Behaviourism - The first psychological perspective is the behaviourist perspective. This involves a conditioned and unconditioned response and stimulus. This theory was conducted by
Unit 1: The Business Environment - P1 During this report I will be investigating the range, business purposes and ownership of two contrasting businesses. The two businesses that I have chosen to write about are Tesco and Oxfam. Range of different businesses A business can be defined by the geographic range in which it operates weather it is local, national, international or global. Examples of local businesses include newsagents, local garage, local charity and town councils. National businesses
extracted as the total for the business seen above is also shown onto the purchase ledger as seen below. This means that the business has extracted the information they need from this financial documents by using the credit note number. Unit 8 P1 How account balances are calculated and shown in the accounts Business accountants post all the transaction that they have made to the T accounts.
provide other configuration information such as the addresses for printer, time, and news servers. Because DHCP automatically assigns random IP addresses from a pre-assigned range of addresses, you do not have to worry about assigning computer or system name/address pairs on a permanent basis. It is ideal in a dynamic environment where computers are constantly moving (laptops going back and forth between home and the office, for example). If you have a network of a few computers (under 10 for instance)
P1 - Describe the type of business, purpose and ownership of two contrasting businesses Range of businesses There are many different types of businesses and they are: * Local – to an area e.g. village bakery. A business which provides goods and services to a local population. This is most often used when referring to a locally owned business. * National – to a country e.g. UK – Sainsbury’s, ASDA, Waitrose. A business that trades all over one country usually having stories in all the