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    Influence of Mood and Type of Learning on Ability to Learn Understanding how we learn is essential to improving the quality of education each student receives. There are many factors that may help or hinder a student when they are trying to learn. The two that were focused on most prominently in this study were mood and the type of learning implemented. The two types of learning are intentional learning, which takes place when explicit instructions to learn and remember are given, and incidental learning, which takes place without explicit instructions to learn or remember. While in a classroom, students are mainly taught through intentional learning but incidental learning is just as important because it is how people learn about the world…

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    acknowledgedly about how people can show their emotion on their face voluntary or involuntary and we can predict the emotion through other faces. However, he did not mention about actors or people who can hide or control facial expression. In another word, actors are trained to control their expression. Some people try to hide their expression, so they can do whatever they want; for instance, felony criminal. Another fact that only the expert can read people's facial expression. If you are not…

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    efforts to find the drawing conclusion(s), is either ETPB in the news, or the GLOSSARY with resources and terms. In the ETPB has articles, interviews, social media, webinars, accessibility, and topic(s) finder. In conclusion, the bottom of the home page of ETPB, is written and read about this. The research studies at NIMH, does studies, about mood disorders, investigations about how the brain gets its disorder of being depressed, functions about the working brain, brain fundamentals with a…

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    dysfunctional cognitions formed the root of mental illnesses, and asserted counseling should be focused on addressing and changing the problematic thought patterns (Kottler & Shepard, 2015). Initially formulated as a therapeutic response to depression, research has demonstrated CBT’s efficacy in treating a variety of other mood disorders, such as bipolar disorder (Costa, 2010; Kottler & Shepard, 2015). In describing his theory, Beck (1979) stated CBT “is an active, directive, time-limited,…

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    It starts with re-training your brain by starting small and slowly builds a resistance to your old ways. You have to increase the strength of your Positive Thinking muscles to function differently. It has been proven that the power of words effect your subconscious minds to improve your life and get the things you want. Here are a few suggestions to enhance and build your Positive Thinking Muscles: 1. Read something every day to inspire you to think positively about yourself. Starting…

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    All Americans have an abstract idea of their American Dream. The American Dream is one where there is no poverty, all have jobs, houses, and peace (no war). This dream is affected by each individual person and their contribution to society. The impact that a person has on the world is often affected by their frame of mind. Someone, who is largely motivated to instigate change, will. Those who are not interested in bettering themselves, generally fall short of the American Dream. Barbara…

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    if I have a sufficient amount of knowledge about both. Disorders can be extremely difficult to deal with, and I have had to witness what they could do to a person. Major depression is defined as a significant mood disorder that can disrupt the daily functions of a person through their emotions, behaviors, thoughts, and physical changes (Wade & Tavris, 2008). According to Wade & Tavris (2008), bipolar disorder is defined…

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    The two excerpts compare very similarly in terms of tone and mood because both excerpts play on the sympathy of the reader. Both excerpts have the same tone, which is regretful and sorrowful. The mood of the two excerpts is dark. These elements support the theme of each poem by enforcing the sorrow and regret of each poem. Both excerpts play on the empathy of the reader by using dark and sorrowful vocabulary terms and phrases. An example of how the two excerpts compare similarly in terms of…

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    What are mood disorders? How many different types of mood disorders are there? “Mood disorders are defined as a disorder marked by a significant change in one 's emotional state that seriously interferes with one 's ability to function” (Pastorino, 2013, p. 593). In other words, suffering from a mood disorder not only affects your emotions, but it also affects the way that you preform tasks and interact with people on a day-to-day basis. “Mood disorders are one of the more common psychological…

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    When a physician diagnoses a person with schizoaffective disorder, it means that the person presents with characteristics of both schizophrenia and mood disorders (Kantrowitz et al., 2011). This disorder causes the person have both disorganized thinking and behavior, along with disturbances of mood (Cheniaux et al., 2009). It is stated that this disorder is caused by deficit in the anatomy of the brain (Cheniaux et al., 2009). Although this disorder differs from person to person, a person will…

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