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    Negative Feedback Theory

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    negative feedback (1992). In order to accomplish this, they first asked participants to complete a short questionnaire (a version of the Texas Social Behavior Inventory) and then deliver a short speech, to which “raters” behind two-way mirrors gave them either written positive or negative feedback. The participants were then asked a few questions concerning the positive and negative feedback they received and asked which rater they preferred. Results showed that individuals with high self-concept perceived the positive rater as being more preferable, whereas those with a negative self-concept preferred the negative rater. Also, after the positive and negative feedback were read and analyzed by the participants, they all displayed higher levels of negative effect (anxiety, depression, and hostility) than they had previously displayed. However, despite this, subjects with low self-concept still preferred the rater that had critiqued them negatively. In a secondary, almost identical, study, the researchers found that participants would also prefer to meet with the rater who viewed the individual in the same way they view…

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    The term “feedback” consists of any type of communication that allows for people to understand a piece of information about some aspect of their behavior and the effect it has on you. Many people do not realize how significant the process of feedback is, nevertheless, know how to communicate it effectively throughout the workplace. As a manager, for example, you want to be able to provide effective feedback for your employees to grow within their level of performance and enhance their skills to…

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    A motivated student would see a negative feedback as a motivation to better himself and keep trying. Unfortunately, negative feedback can be traumatizing to students who feel that they tried their best. Since the purpose of feedback should be to improve performance, notify them on what assignments are correct or incorrect. Feedback should be immediately after the parent notice a correct or incorrect action. I believe in positive feedback, therefore every time my children did something that…

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    positive and negative feedback. Certain…

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    practice and feedback. This quizzes and assessments provide both learners and teachers with immediate feedback on the effectiveness of the training modules, and allows for immediate clarifications and learning plan adjustments if needed (TrainingToday, 2016). The Computer-based learning (CBL) or…

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    An manager should provide general feedback on a regular basis, such as after tasks are completed, to keep employees aware of the quality of their work. By taking the time to offer general feedback, an employer can avoid surprising the employee with negative feedback and the unnecessary conflict it may cause. When an employee is surprised during an evaluation the focus shifts from what they must do to improve going forward and switches to a defensive posture that can manifests itself by blaming…

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    center decides what action should take place and transmits that information to the effector. The effector alters the conditions in order to correct the deviations. A negative feedback loop makes the copious corrections of the deviations as certain levels of our body starts fluctuating within its normal range. In the latter, it also helps from corrections going too far from the limit. An example of a homeostatic mechanism would be our body temperature. The set point of our body temperature is…

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    moving inmates from being incarcerated more than once. They had groups implemented to decrease violence among inmates as well as prevent inmate to return. The Reyes main objective was to buy time and the best way she knew possible in order to live her lifestyle the way that she wanted to. Spy everything that went on around her that was not in her favor, the ran and will herself in the end ways to enhance her living conditions. Build apparent that the rambles pretty resilient and understood what…

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    The amount of time it takes to control the stimulus is different from how strong the stimulus is. There is correlation in a strong and continuous stimulus having long-term effects, but the main problem is that stress will worsen if the neuroendocrine circuits do not adapt to the stressor, no matter how small the stimulus is (Anderson et al., 2014; Mariotti, 2015). When stress becomes chronic the “GC-dependent negative feedback mechanism that controls stress response does not work” (Mariotti,…

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    earlier, communication occurs primarily through social media with the use of Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, as well as in person and occasionally email. Due to the positive teamwork environment, Elisabeth, with the help of her fellow officers, provide a place where members have “room in which to learn and grow, and the individuals give the organization their best thinking” (Prentice, 2013, p. 26). Communication is certainly a must and Elisabeth learns how to adapt her way of connecting with…

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