Journey of Our Senses:


Module Three Assignment
Introduction                                                      
Journey of Our Senses:
You will focus on a single sensation: vision (seeing), audition (hearing), gustation (tasting), olfaction (smelling), or proprioception/tactile (feeling).
The Assignment

  1. Name, define, and describe in-depth what physical stimulus is necessary in order for the perception to occur. For example, for vision the physical stimulus is light—But what is light? How is it measured? Where is it? Can we see all light? Etc.
  2. Then go on a trip! Beginning with an anatomical and physiological description of the sensory end organ continue this description of the neural pathway the “physical stimulus” is taking back to the brain. End with an anatomical and physiological description of the places within the brain the sensory information is processed. Where is perception?
  3. Describe something(s) about your sense that is interesting and different from all the other senses.

Resources: Your textbook and/or any outside reference/sources you may find (Except Wkipedia!)

Acceptable Length: 250-600 words

Grading Criteria
To make a 100 on this assignment make sure you completely cover all aspects listed Module Five Assignment
Conservation Task
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YtLEWVu815o
Egocentrism
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OinqFgsIbh0
Stages of Grief
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G_Z3lmidmrY
Introduction: This assignment requires you to think about yourself when you are 75 years old.

The Assignment : For this assignment, describe yourself at age 75. What will you be like physically, cognitively, socially, and emotionally? How do you feel about aging?  What are some myths concerning aging?

Formatting Requirements

  • Put your name, course and section number, and assignment title at the top of the document.
  • Use one-inch margins.
  • Use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
  • Use double line spacing in the document.
  • Use  APA Citation Style

Grading Criteria: Your paper should cover your physical (25 pts), your cognitive (25 pts), social (25 pts), and your demotional(25 pts) development at age 75 for a total of 100 points.

Acceptable Length: 250-600 words

 Module Six Assignment

Happiness

https://www.ted.com/talks/dan_gilbert_asks_why_are_we_happy

Hunger and Body Weight

http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/body/obesity.html

Introduction: This assignment requires you to think about your personality.

This assignment fulfills/supports

  • Module Outcome 4 and 7 You will have an understanding of life story perspectives and personality assessment.
  • .

The Assignment : For this assignment:

  • Describe which theory of personality best describes your behavior and why.
  • How would you describe your personality? Why?

Formatting Requirements

  • Put your name, course and section number, and assignment title at the top of the document.
  • Use one-inch margins.
  • Use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
  • Use double line spacing in the document.
  • Use  APA Citation Style

Grading Criteria: Your paper should cover both components listed above for a total of 100 points.

Acceptable Length: 250-600 words

Module Seven Assignment

Bystander Effect

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JozmWS6xYEw

Self-serving Bias

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-m6VcfivQC0&feature=related#t=15.887582

Introduction: This assignment requires you to create an abnormal and normal person. Throughout the chapter there is a recurring theme of building and refining a definition of abnormality—yet there is no place within the text—nor is there within the DSM in which “normal” is defined. What is normal? Shouldn’t we know the definition of normality if we are going to be talking about abnormality? This written activity requires you to individually introspect and write about abnormality, normality, and transforming abnormality to normality.

The Assignment : 

Ready to be all-powerful? This first introspection requires you to build an abnormal “person.” That’s right, a pure abnormal human-being from every significant perspective of psychological human experience. Specifically, you’ll be building a person that is affectively, behaviorally, cognitively, and perceptually abnormal. Additionally, you’ll address WHY this person is abnormal.

  • Describe and introspect (i.e., why) on the affects, behaviors, cognitions, and perceptions of your absolutely abnormal person
  • Come-up with a technical name for your syndrome.
  • Describe this abnormal person’s environment. That is, address this person’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development, up-bringing, family, and current living situation.
  • Describe a typical day (a full 24-hour period) in this abnormal person’s life.

The second introspection will be titled: Making It NormalReady to be all-powerful, again? This second introspection requires you to build a normal “person.” That’s right, a pure normal human-being from every significant perspective of psychological human experience. Specifically, you’ll be building a person that is affectively, behaviorally, cognitively, and perceptually normal. Additionally, you’ll address WHY this person is normal.

  • Describe and introspect (i.e., why) on the affects, behaviors, cognitions, and perceptions of your absolutely normal person. Come-up with a technical name for your virtuous person.
  • Describe this normal person’s environment. That is, address this person’s physical, emotional, and cognitive development, up-bringing, family, and current living situation.
  • Describe a typical day (a full 24-hour period) in this normal person’s life.
  • Lastly, describe this person relative to the following strengths and virtues (Peterson & Seligman, 2004):I: Wisdom and Knowledge (creativity: originality; curiosity: interest; open-mindedness: judgment, critical thinking; love of learning; perspective)

    II: Courage (bravery, persistence: perseverance; integrity: honesty, authenticity; vitality: zest, enthusiasm, vigor, energy)

    III: Humanity (love, kindness: generosity, compassion, altruism; social intelligence: emotional intelligence, personal intelligence)

    IV: Justice (citizenship: social responsibility, loyalty; fairness, leadership)
    V: Temperance (forgiveness and mercy; humility and modesty; prudence; self-control/regulation)
    VI: Transcendence (appreciation of beauty and excellence: awe, wonder, elevation; gratitude, hope: optimism; humor: playfulness, spirituality: religious

Formatting Requirements

  • Put your name, course and section number, and assignment title at the top of the document.
  • Use one-inch margins.
  • Use a 12-point Times New Roman font.
  • Use double line spacing in the document.
  • Use  APA Citation Style

Grading Criteria: Your paper should cover all aspects listed above for a total of 100 points.

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