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    The hypothalamus, is found in the brain, all humans and most animals have it. The hypothalamus is important because it helps the body maintain homeostasis and it controls specific hormones. The word homeostasis is separated into two parts, homeo means “the same” and stasis means “not moving” or to “hold,” (An Overview). In terms of body temperature, homeostasis is referring to the maintenance of internal balance. In order to achieve homeostasis for animals, they maintain a relatively constant…

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    students take advantage of them. Although all the novels were interesting and you could really relate to them, there was only one novel that I could relate to the most, which was Brent Staples novel, people witness professors trying to avoid negative feedbacks from students. While I understand why David Foster Wallace makes his argument, I believe that college does prepare you for life and gives you the knowledge and skills to become a well-adjusted person. It is college that it allows a…

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    However, there are someone had a prejudice against their managers, so they might give negative feedback intentionally. Customer satisfaction is a vital aspect. It is the result of affective evaluation. The organization produces a number of goods in order to meet customer’s need, so customers’ assessment paly an important role. Team-based appraisal…

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    The facial-feedback hypothesis states that whatever your facial expression is is what you are feeling, meaning that even if you are angry and you smile you will feel happy instead because of biofeedback from the facial muscles to the brain telling the brain what emotion to feel. However, people whose faces are paralyzed either permanently or temporarily can feel all the same emotions as before the paralysis occurred. Even those that are born with a condition that causes them to not be able to…

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    Blood glucose regulation is the process by which levels of blood sugar, mostly glucose, are maintained by the body. During digestion the human body breaks down carbohydrates (bread, milk, pasta, vegetables) into sugar molecules. One of these sugar molecules is glucose, the main sugar. Glucose needs to leave the bloodstream where it first inside the body enters and needs to enter cells where it will be used as energy for the body. For this to occur the beta cells in the pancreas must secrete…

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    Keller wanted to convey his multi-faceted disappointment in Petrou, and Petrou though he deserved exemplary feedback on his review. Unfortunately, poor communication during the performance appraisal process helped pave the way for even more trying times between Wolf Keller and Dimitri Petrou. The performance appraisal is a codified process designed to communicate…

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    Homeostasis

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    If one side is too high or too low, then you are unbalanced and therefore not achieving homeostasis. This introduces the negative feedback cycle. In the textbook “Human Biology” by Sylvia S Mader, there is an example of a negative feedback system in a person for body temperature. A stimulus is sensed, thus the sensor sends data to the control centre in which case the brain has a direct response to the stimulus. For an example, we are…

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    SEP #4 In my observation of a Kindergarten class, there were many different teaching methods used. The teacher used many visual aids, and example would be when she asked the students to draw a pig. She displayed a pig on the board that was drawn by a guest speaker, and the students were asked to replicate the drawing. The teacher I observed also used games to enhance the student’s learning. The games were not meant to be competitive, but simply there to help the students with thing such as…

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    Mentor's Feedback Essay

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    Mentor’s Feedback: Was student: *Prepared? This would include turning the activity planning form ahead of time, having all of the materials ready to go, letting the other adults in the classroom know how they can support student, per-reading a children’s book several times (if applicable), knowing the words to songs and finger plays by heart, etc. Yes, prior to the activity Rayshell drew a life sized game board on the cement area. She had the necessary materials on a tray easily accessible.…

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    The facial feedback hypothesis expresses that an individual's emotional state can be influenced due to the change of one's facial expression that is associated with a particular emotion. The mimicking of a facial expression is based on an emotion that can induce a positive (smile) or negative (frown) feeling (Nevid, 2015, p. 306). However, forcing a smile is not that same as a genuine smile (“Duchenne smile”), and therefore, will only provide a temporarily positive emotional state. Nevertheless,…

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