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    The ever changing outside world is divergent from the human body. With improvement of previous processes, the human body needs to keep a relatively stable internal environment, known as homeostasis. This crucial ability of the body consists of three components support the control mechanism; the receptor, the control center, and the response. Positive feedback is one of the two loops of homeostasis and, it is the enhancement or amplification of the original stimulus by an output. This cyclic feedback continues to amplify the body’s response to stimulus until negative feedback takes over. Positive feedback can be seen in multiple body function including blood clotting. To avoid blood loss, the body incorporates positive feedback to accelerate the clotting process until a blood clot is formed and bleeding stops. Coagulation, commonly known as clotting, is a process where liquid blood changes to a gel and eventually forms a clot. A clot blockage to prevent blood from leaking out of the body and prevent external bacterias from entering this sterile environment. Blood in a tube like structure, called vessels, inside the human body. The process begins with vascular constriction where the body limits blood flow to the site of…

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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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    I have been receiving positive feedback in my current internship. This has been regarding the tasks that have been assigned to me. I received positive feedback on doing the required task effectively which has been really motivating. I believe it is necessary to have both positive and negative feedback to influence better learning. I have not rejected feedback that has been offered to me, though I have felt sad about what is being said. Factors such as the tone of voice in providing feedback has…

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    form of positive and negative feedback. Certain…

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    The impact on student learning is by giving positive feedback helps students become more confident in themselves and increase their chance to complete assignments. Positive feedback also allows students to be in a more positive mood over time, which students will be in a more positive mood over time and think more optimistic thoughts; being in a positive mindset impacts student learning success. Students at home may be facing challenges, we are not aware of, and positive feedback may increase…

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    After going through today’s lesson, in my opinion, I find that negative feedback mechanism is more important than positive feedback mechanism. Both mechanisms are important to the body, but I feel that negative feedback mechanism is more crucial to the body than positive feedback mechanism. Here is why. The positive feedback mechanism is only used when there is a potentially dangerous situation or a stressful process which must be completed quickly. Moreover, our body only uses the mechanism in…

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    According to the theory, confirming one’s self-concept even when it is negative is existentially pleasing because it provides a stable sense of self and it creates a more predictable social environment (Guinn, 2002). Existing research supports this theory. For example, by mid-childhood people show a preference for feedback that confirms their self-views (Cassidy et al. 2003), and people have been found to become more certain of their self-conceptions over time as they accrue supporting evidence…

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    In class, after I handed in my first observation, we started talking about the self-fulfilling prophecy. The self-fulfilling prophecy is a prediction that directly or indirectly causes itself to become true due to positive feedback between belief and behavior. In other words, behavior influenced by expectations causes those expectations to be true. I believe that Johnny is a good kid, I’ve seen him get really excited about work and do well. On the other hand, I have also seen him talk back and…

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    Hitz and Ritchie realized their formula for success during conversations with many mentors. The six steps are: Get Up Early, Work Hard, Get Your Education, Find Your Oil, Make Your Mark, and Get Prepared to Be of Service, where finding your oil refers to determining what superior product or service you can provide and making your mark to creating a positive difference in the world (pp. 94,96). Their mentors reliably corrected, inspired, cheered the authors on and found joy in their successes,…

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    unfortunate positions. Nothing was ever my fault. Wrong was always done to me. I thought irrationally purely based out of my own emotions. This slowly culminated into strained relationships with family and friends and reached its peak during the last half of my freshman year and the beginning half of my sophomore year in high school. It all began when I started absolutely hating my father. He was angry, distant, and impersonal which translated into my mind as he didn’t love me. My relationship…

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