Chapter 7 –
Here are some questions to use as a starting point for discussion. Please feel free to discuss any other material that you feel is relevant and interests you. In addition, respond to, at least, one or two posts from other students.
1. Years ago, neuroscientists discovered that forming a memory causes physical changes in the brain in which new synaptic connections grow between the neurons. Each time we recall a memory it gets modified when we save it. Based on this research, it was, recently, reported that psychologists have found a way to erase the emotional anxiety associated with bad memories without erasing the memories themselves. It is done by using a drug call Propanolol which changes the way a memory is saved after being accessed. Can you think of some ways in which this research can be applied? Do you think it is a good thing or a bad thing? Would you like to alter your memories; if so, why or why not?
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2. Describe a flashbulb memory you experienced, and what it was like for you. For example, 9-11-2001.
3. Why do you think we often forget things?
Chapter 8 – Intelligence
1. Discuss the concept of Emotional Intelligence and apply it to yourself. How is it expressed and used in your own life?
Please read attachment of the overview of chapter 5 and 6, then answer the questions.
Is a college psychology online class discussion, so don’t have to use really complicated words and each question please answer in 2-3 sentences.
Chapter 7 – MemoryHere are some questions to use as a starting point for discussion. Please feel free to discuss any other material that you feel is relevant and interests you. In addition, respond
English 111 spring 2019extra credit opportunity – written review Purpose: To earn up to 10 extra points in the journal category (25%) of your course grade, you can compose a formal review of a new literary artifact. The purpose is to demonstrate how well you can: 1) read a text for detail, 2) identify literary elements and themes in a text, 3) respond to a text using both summary and analysis, and 4) compose a polished written response. Task: View and review a 21st Century (created in the last 18 years) literary artifact (poem or poetry collection; song, soundtrack, or album; play or film; short story, graphic novel, or novel; literary essay, memoir, or literary journalism) whose subject matter somehow relates to the sea. Your written review must include: a thorough summary of the text, author, and publication circumstances; an introduction to the criteria you’re using to evaluate the text’s impact; an argument about the text’s impact; and evidence to support that argument – details from the text and explanations of how those details work (or don’t work). Your review can use the first person perspective, or not; it can be two pages or ten pages or in between – it will not be assessed on length but rather on how well it introduces a literary text, connects it to the body of literature of the sea, and supports an argument about its impact. Part of that assessment will include how clearly and credibly your review is written – proofreading is a must. So is MLA citation format for the primary text being reviewed, and for any other texts you choose to reference in order to supplement your review. Outcomes & Assessment compose a review of a contemporary literary artifact about the sea – 5 points provide context for the artifact and an argument about its impact – 5 points identify and evaluate literary elements and themes present in the artifact – 5 points thoughtfully structure, edit, proofread, and cite your work – 5 points