Assignment No. 4 in General Psychology (1st Sem, AY 2011-2012)

Give at least THREE important things you have learned in EACH of the following topics we have discussed in the class for the final period. Your answers should be in SENTENCE FORM.

For example,

Topic: Developing Person
Points I Learned: 1. All persons undergo changes as they grow up - physical, cognitive, and moral changes.
2. ---------
3.

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TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.
2.
3.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.
2.
3.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.
2.
3.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.
2.
3.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.
2.
3.

51 comments:

Jehdama Teja said...

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1. Human beings are a product of nature and nurture. Their development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.
2. Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents to offsprings.
3. Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. A living organism in order to make adjustments and changes, must be able to sense and interpret its surroundings.
2. Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (myopia) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (hyperopia).
3. perception refers to the combination of the different sensations of past experiences in recognizing objects and facts where the present stimulation arises.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Sleep is undoubtedly one of the most important factors structuring our lives.
2. I've learned that everybody dreams including animals.
3. The dream accounts revealed that many emotions are experienced during dreams including joy, happiness and fear. The most common emotion experienced in dreams was anxiety, and negative emotions in general were much more common than positive ones.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. There are four clesses of emotional reactions: fear, anger, grief and love.
2. The theory of Human motivation by Dr. Abraham Maslow is as follows:
* Physiological needs (food, clothing, water and shelter)
* Safety needs
* Love and belonging
* self-respect
*Personal growth
3. Emotions and motivations are driving forces that impel people to act. Without these, individuals might lack any real desire to do anything.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and individual differences.
2. Personality psychology looks at the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that make a person unique.
3. Personality came from Latin word per and sonare, which means "mask".

SUBMITTED BY: Jehdama Teja (BSBA)

Anonymous said...

Pagaling, Fherly F.
2nd Year BSHRM
General Psychology
Wednesday 1:00-4:00pm


TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1. A living creature’s growth and development must be guided by a blueprint or heredity which controls the selection and use of materials or environment.

2. The individual’s behavioral development is shaped by a continual active interaction between genetically controlled behaviors and the environment.

3. A person may have genetic potentially to be tall, for instance, but this potentiality may be suppressed by factors in the environment, such as malnutrition early in life.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. All our senses are interrelated and the information they send to the brain is used to help us better to our changing environment.

2. Sometimes we perceive what we need or what we value, sometimes we fail to perceive what threatens us, and at times our perceptions are influenced by other people.

3. Certain perceptual abilities are innate or they develop shortly after birth, whereas others require particular kinds of experiences in order to develop.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. States or levels of consciousness include periods of decreased mental functioning as well as mental activity that is outside the realm of normal experience.

2. Our periods of sleeping and waking are regulated by our circadian rhythms.

3. States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. Motives found in both human and animals can be classified as either learned or unlearned like hunger and thirst, activity and manipulation.

2. Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.

3. Emotions may be classified into those that are pleasant like joy and love. It may also be classified to those that are unpleasant like anger and fear.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. The culture in which the individual has been brought up affects the production of personality types.

2. Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.

3. Your parents’ own behaviors are models that we imitate consciously and more often, unconsciously.

Mary Lare Alexine M. Rivera said...

Mary Lare Alexine M. Rivera
BSA - 1
Answers:
A. Developing Persons
1. Development is a product of maturation and learning. Maturation is the unfolding of traits potentially present in the individual. Learning is development that comes from exercise and effort.
2. Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as they grow older.
3. Social development begins when the baby first distinguishes between people and objects and responds to them. The foundations of social behavior are laid in childhood.
B. Sensation and Perception
1. There are five primary senses: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and the skin senses. We have the sense of equilibrium, kinesthesis, and organic sense.
2. Our perceptual organization remains relatively stable even though some aspects of the pattern within the optic array undergo great changes.
3. The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.
C. Sleep, Dream, and Consciousness
1. Selective attention is the ability to focus awareness on a single stimulus to the exclusion of other stimuli while divided attention is the ability to distribute one's attention and simultaneously engage in two or more activities.
2. Restorative theories is sleep rejuvenates us amount of slow wave sleep depends on how long we've been awake while circadian theories is evolutionarily, it has survival value amount of REM sleep depends on circadian rhythm.
3. Insomnia is chronic problems in getting good sleep and difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep. Hypersomnia is being sleepy during the day and sleeping too much at night. Parasomnias is sleeping apnea, night mares, night terrors and sleepwalking.
D. Motivation and Emotion
1. Motivation implies causation, and includes such as factors as the activation of effectors, impulses, glandular secretions, attention, awareness, mental sets and attitudes, physical fatigue and environmental changes.
2. Physiological motives are those directly related to normal body functions such as the need for water, sleep food, air, rest, excretion of wastes.
3. Love, fear, and anger are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.
E. Personality is more than charm, poise, or physical appearance. It includes habits, attitudes, and all physical, mental, emotional, social, moral, and religious characteristics that an individual possesses.
2. Personality is not just a collection of specific traits; the traits are organized in distinctive ways so that they uniquely characterized person.
3. The theories of personality attempt to integrate the diversity of data about human personality by providing sets of basic principles from which particular facts can be derived.

Anonymous said...

Grace Mahilum
BSA

1.DELOPING PERSON.
A. Originally concerned with infants and children, the field has expanded to include adolescence, adult development, aging, and the entire life span.

B. ognitive development involving areas such as problem solving, moral understanding, and conceptual understanding;

C. language acquisition; social, personality, and emotional development; and self-concept and identity formation.

2.TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
A. Sensation refers to the process of sensing our environment through touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. This information is sent to our brains in raw form where perception comes into play.

B. Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us.

C. Although intimately related, sensation and perception play two complimentary but different roles in how we interpret our world.
The way we perceive our environment is what makes us different from other animals and different from each other. In this section, we will discuss the various theories on how our sensation are organized and interpreted, and therefore, how we make sense of what we see, hear, taste, touch, and smell.

3. SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
A.As many light snacks would actually be much better than three large meals a day, so short naps rather than such an extended period would also be more effective. There would be other benefits. The conscious self would recall more of its dream adventures as a matter of course, and gradually these would be added to the totality of experience as the ego thinks of it.

B.Persons vary in the amount of sleep they need, and no pill will ever allow them to dispense with sleep entirely, for too much work is done in that state. However, this could be done far more effectively with two, rather than one, sleep periods of lesser duration.

C.In many cases ten hours sleep, for example, is actually disadvantageous, resulting in a sluggishness both of mind and body. In this case the spirit has simply been away from the body for too long a time, resulting in a loss of muscular flexibility.

4.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
A.Two Illustrations. Competence. Involving Competence. Optimal challenge and flow. Interdependency between challenge and feedback. Failure tolerance. Structure. Supporting Competence. Positive feedback. Pleasure of optimal challenge and positive feedback. Relatedness. Involving Relatedness: Interaction With Others. Satisfying Relatedness: Perception of a Social Bond. Communal and exchange relationships.

B.Intrinsic Motivation and Types of Extrinsic Motivation. Intrinsic and Extrinsic Motivations. Intrinsic Motivation. Extrinsic Motivation. Types of Extrinsic Motivation. Incentives and Consequences.

C.Moment-to-Moment Autonomy Support,Supportive Motivating Style.

5. PERSONALITY
A.Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual.
A class of mental disorders that is characterized by long-lasting rigid patterns of thought and actions.

B.characterized by adaptive inflexibility, vicious cycles of maladaptive behavior, and emotional instability under stress

C. the theory and study of individual differences, traits, and types.

Anonymous said...

Ronnel A. Mindanao
(BSBA)

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1. A person’ s personality is defined by their characteristics behaviors thoughts and feelings. These aspects start developing during childhood and are strengthened and molded as the person grows into adulthood. A very important thing you need to remember is that your personality regardless of what it is now can develop and evolve.
2. Personality is what defines a person. This includes unique aspects about him his character his beliefs and his behavior. Fundamentally speaking when these traits are positive then his personality becomes positive; and when these are negative then his personality is also negative. Our topic focuses on the importance of behavior in molding
3. It is true that when it comes to improving oneself you can always initiate it regardless of age position or career. However once you do get started time will always be of the essence. You cannot expect to attain significant success towards change if you take your own sweet time doing things only when you feel like it. If you aim for personalit

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. We were born with the ability to sense, but perception involves experiences which shape us and our understanding of the world.
2. Perceptions are also shaped by our relationships with family, friends, community, society, and culture.
3. Sensations are the result of the activities of our senses sight, hearing, taste and smell including those senses which are called the somatic senses of touch, heat, cold, pain. The receptors for sensations in our bodies our eyes, ears, nose, tongue and skin make it possible for us to respond to stimulus activation.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Dreaming is a process that absorbs a lot of energy; therefore, it must serve a biological purpose, possibly an important one.
2. During REM sleep several areas of the brain are working frantically, and some of them are performing exactly the same job they perform when the brain is awake.
3. The waves of excitation are probably the cause of everything else. The pons sends signals and excites eye muscles causing rapid eye movement, the midbrain causing a low level of brain activity, and the thalamus.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. your emotion and motivation can be a powerful force which helps you achieve great things. With most people living their lives being controlled by emotions.
2. The concept of motivation appears across a myriad of different areas in psychology. Motivation lies at the core of psychological concepts.
3. Emotion is the complex psychological experience of an individual's state of mind as interacting with biochemical internal and environmental external influences. In humans, emotion fundamentally involves psychological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. You simply need to understand your personality type so you can learn to utilize your traits to benefit your success.
2. Personality usually refers to that which is unique about a person, the characteristics that distinguish him or her from other people.
3. Personality implies predictability about how a person will act or react under different circumstances.

Anonymous said...

Polangco,Renelyn S.
BEED-1ST YEAR

TOPIC:DEVELOPNG PERSON
1.All of living things is created by god.The development of an infancy to adulthood is controlled by both heredity and environment.

2.Heredity is the passing of traits to offspring (from its parent or ancestors). This is the process by which an offspring cell or organism acquires or becomes predisposed to the characteristics of its parent cell or organism. Through heredity, variations exhibited by individuals can accumulate and cause some species to evolve. The study of heredity in biology is called genetics, which includes the field of epigenetics.

3.Cognitive development involves in a childs development.

TOPIC:SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (myopia) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (hyperopia).

2.The process of perception begins with an object in the real world, termed the distal stimulus or distal object.[citation needed] By means of light, sound or another physical process, the object stimulates the body's sensory organs. These sensory organs transform the input energy into neural activity—a process called transduction.

3. A living organism in order to make adjustments and changes, must be able to sense and interpret its surroundings.

TOPIC:SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.1. Selective attention is the ability to focus awareness on a single stimulus to the exclusion of other stimuli while divided attention is the ability to distribute one's attention and simultaneously engage in two or more activities.
2. Restorative theories is sleep rejuvenates us amount of slow wave sleep depends on how long we've been awake while circadian theories is evolutionarily, it has survival value amount of REM sleep depends on circadian rhythm.
3. Insomnia is chronic problems in getting good sleep and difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep. Hypersomnia is being sleepy during the day and sleeping too much at night. Parasomnias is sleeping apnea, night mares, night terrors and sleepwalking.

Anonymous said...

legaspi,beverly s.
bscs-1
10-14-11

1.Topic: developing person
point 1. learned: 1. there are 3 stage of physical development for prenatal,zygote stage, embryonic stage and fetal stage.
2.John piagets have themes of cognitive development are schemas, assimilation and accommulation.
3. secure is one of the three primary attachment styles it is infants feel comfortable to explore, trust a responsive mother.


2.Topic: sensation and perception

Point 1. learnd: 1. the eletromagnitic waves range in length from slightly below 400to 700 millimicrons. If the the wave length is long the color is red.

2. all parts of the ear are important but they have a very sensitive parts which is the eardrum.
3.An error of perception, hallucinntion and delutions are perceptual errors of an abnormal type, while illusions are part of normal perception.


Topic: Sleep, Dreams and conciosness

Point 1. learned 1. when we say conciosness it is an awareness of one's own mental activity.
2.the 3 sleep disorder are Insomia, hypersonia and parasomia, but the parasomias its an normal disorder.

3. for me, everyone dreams at night because nobody cannot dreams especialy at night.


Topic : motivation and emotion

Point 1.learned 1. for drive reduction theory the human needs are food, water and sex.
2.Problems with eating disorder marked by self starvation is anorexia.
3.goal is the example of motivation because goal is the objective which the motivated organism seeks to attain in order to satisfy some need.


Topic: Personality
point 1. learned 1. All person have good and bad personality.
2.The most important theories is personality is our behavior.
3.An ability is one of the factor in personality development.

Anonymous said...

Ann Mel Rose D. Espartero
BSA-1

1.Developing Persons

a. every one of us has changed physically.even you want or not

b.When we become adult, we cannot recall memories from age 3 and earlier because the lacks of neural connections are preventing us from it.

c.People cannot remember the memory of their first day of kindergarten or their birthday parties, but they can remember their first day when they join companies.


2.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION

a.Perception is the process by which organisms interpret and organize sensation to produce a meaningful experience of the world.

b. Sensation usually refers to the immediate, relatively unprocessed result of stimulation of sensory receptors in the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, or skin.

c.perception in humans describes the process whereby sensory stimulation is translated into organized experience.

3.SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

a.in sleep, every one of us need to sleep 6-9 hours a day.

b.in dreams, all of us have dream but when we awake we cant remember it.

c.consciousness,Consciousness is understood in a variety of ways. In one belief, a person is conscious when awake.

4.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

a.Emotional is the ability to accurately perceive emotions in one’s self and others,to identify different emotional responses.

b.There are times in a person’s life when he feels the need to accomplish an important personal goal which would incidentally also help the group he belongs. The first step in realising the goal is to get the acceptance of the group and then manage the process to achieve the goal. he or she need to mativate his or her self.

c.Motivation is the reason people do things or act a certain way

4.PERSONALITY

a.Almost everyday we describe and assess the personalities of the people around us. Whether we realize it or not, these daily musings on how and why people behave as they do are similar to what personality psychologists do.

b.personality is very important to each and every one of us because this is base on our own self.

c.Personal Identity can be broken down into three areas: 1.) Body 2.) Memory
and 3.) Soul.

Anonymous said...

Gayagaya,Angelie F.
BEED-1
A.TOPIC:DEVELOPING PERSON
1.As to emotional development,infants express their emotions in various
modes such as crying,social smile and excitement.
2.Growing to a greater extent on the influence and guide by his parents,
teachers,peers and others authorities.
3.Among elder children,emotional expression comes in the context of a
social group-at home,in the school,and in the community.
B.TOPIC:SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Our link to the external reality is through the senses -the windows
to the outside world.
2.Illusion is an error in perception that occurs in normal individuals.
3.Perceptual constancy include size,shape,colors,location and
texture.
C.TOPIC:SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.We need to sleep because we want energy and resistance in our
body.
2.Dream is the image experienced during when sleep.
3.In consciousness in psychoactive drugs induce,changes in
thinking,perception and behavior by defecting neuronal
activity in the brain.
D.TOPIC:MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Emotion is manifest through over the behavior,such as facial
expression,vocal expressions and bodily movements.
2.Motivation originated from biological and environmental
condition.
3.Every human behavior is caused by motivation.
E.TOPIC:PERSONALITY
1.Personality is confined only to humans ,not to animals.
2.Men and Women differ in their personality in terms of
aggression activity level,impulsiveness,susceptibility
to anxiety,achievements,potency of self help,and
social orientation.
3.Personality can be improved.

Anonymous said...

LAILA R. REMOT
BSA-1
5110073
OCT. 14,2011


1. CONSCIOUSNESS – EVERY PERSON AWARE OF THE SORROUNDINGS SO THAT PERSONAL ONES FEELINGS, THOUGHTS AND EMOTIONS CAN BE SELECTIVE, AND ALSO IT IS CONTINOUS, IT WILL NOT STOP UNLESS YOU DIE.
2. HUMAN DEVELOPING AND PERSONALITY – ALL OF US HAD A CHANGE LIKE FOR EXAMPLE WHEN WE ARE IN CHILDHOOD STAGE WE ARE NOT CONSCIOUS IN EVERYTHINGS HAPPEN IN OUR SURROUNDINGS,WE THINK THAT EVERYTHING IS EASY, BUT WHEN WE ARE IN ADOLESCENCE PERIOD OUR MATURITY WAS FORMED, BECAUSE IT IS THE PERIOD OF GROWTH.
3. MOTIVATION AND EMOTION – ALL PERSON HAD AN MOTIVATION TO THINK IF WHAT WILL I DO, AND WHAT DO WE DO, OR IN OTHER WORDS ALL OF US HAD A MOTIVATION TO THINK OR OBSERVED INSTINC OR EXCITEMENT, EMOTION WAS PREPARE US TO ACTION, OUR EMOTIONS ALSO SHAPES OUR BEHAVIOR.LIKE FOR EXAMPLE MOST PEOPLE DO NOT HAVE A “POKER FACE,” AND WE GENERALLY FIND A PERSONS EMOTIONAL RESPONSE TO BE OBVIOUS.
4. SENSATION AND PERCEPTION - ALTHOUGH INTIMATELY RELATED, SENSATION AND PERCEPTION PLAY TWO COMPLIMENTARY BUT DIFFERENT ROLES IN HOW WE INTERPRET OUR WORLD. SENSATION REFERS TO THE PROCESS OF SENSING OUR ENVIROMENT THROUGH TOUCH, TASTE, SIGHT, SOUND, AND SMELL. THIS INFORMATION IS SENT TO OUR BRAINS IN RAW FORM WHERE PERCEPTION COMES INTO PLAY. PERCEPTION IS THE WAY WE INTERPRET THESE SENSATIONS AND THEREFORE MAKE SENSE OF EVERYTHING AROUND US.

Anonymous said...

BAGUIO, RACHEL R.
BSCS-I
Oct.15,2011

ANSWERS:

TOPIC:DEVELOPING PERSON
1.)Development is another way of saying how children develop through different stages or how does children grow and learn.
2.)For me, it means that a person is developing at an age appropriate level.
3.)It determines and explain how child is developing mentally, socially and educationally.


TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.)Detecting stimuli from the body or environment.
2.)Orginizing sensations into meaningful pattern.
3.)Other people have different sight.


TOPIC:SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONCIOUSNESS
1.)People are concious of what happen to their sorroundings.
2.)All people dreaming at night.
3.)Every individual needs rest.


TOPIC:MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.)Peole have different facial expression.
2.)Motives are soetimes classed are dificiency motives such as they need to removed the psychological dificiency of hunger or thirst or abundancy motives to attain greater satisfaction and stimulation.
3.)Emotion cause by specific exciting cause and manifested by some sensitive effect on the body.



TOPIC:PERSONALITY
1.)Development of the organized pattern of behaviors and attitudes that makes a person distinctive.
2.)Occurs by the ongoing interaction of temperament,character, and environment.
3.)Makes a person a unique person,and it is recognizable soon after birth.

Anonymous said...

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1. A living creature’s growth and development must be guided by a blueprint or heredity which controls the selection and use of materials or environment.
2. Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents to offsprings.
3. Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. All our senses are interrelated and the information they send to the brain is used to help us better to our changing environment.
2. Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (myopia) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (hyperopia).
3. Certain perceptual abilities are innate or they develop shortly after birth, whereas others require particular kinds of experiences in order to develop.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. States or levels of consciousness include periods of decreased mental functioning as well as mental activity that is outside the realm of normal experience.
2. I've learned that everybody dreams including animals.
3. States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. There are four clesses of emotional reactions: fear, anger, grief and love.
2. Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.
3. Emotions and motivations are driving forces that impel people to act. Without these, individuals might lack any real desire to do anything.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and individual differences.
2. Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.
3. Personality came from Latin word per and sonare, which means "mask".

REPOST BY DON J. MACARUBBO (BSIT I)
ITS BECAUSE MY SAME ANSWER

Anonymous said...

joven rey lopez
bsit-1

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.Social development begins when the baby first distinguishes between people and objects and responds to them. The foundations of social behavior are laid in childhood.
2.Development is a product of maturation and learning. Maturation is the unfolding of traits potentially present in the individual. Learning is development that comes from exercise and effort.
3. A person may have genetic potentially to be tall, for instance, but this potentiality may be suppressed by factors in the environment, such as malnutrition early in life.


TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. Certain perceptual abilities are innate or they develop shortly after birth, whereas others require particular kinds of experiences in order to develop.
2. The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.
3.A living organism in order to make adjustments and changes, must be able to sense and interpret its surroundings.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.Restorative theories is sleep rejuvenates us amount of slow wave sleep depends on how long we've been awake while circadian theories is evolutionarily, it has survival value amount of REM sleep depends on circadian rhythm.
2.I've learned that everybody dreams including animals.
3. Selective attention is the ability to focus awareness on a single stimulus to the exclusion of other stimuli while divided attention is the ability to distribute one's attention and simultaneously engage in two or more activities.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.
2.Love, fear, and anger are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.
3.Emotions and motivations are driving forces that impel people to act. Without these, individuals might lack any real desire to do anything.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. Personality came from Latin word per and sonare, which means "mask".
2. Personality is not just a collection of specific traits; the traits are organized in distinctive ways so that they uniquely characterized person.
3. Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.

Anonymous said...

daniel ballesteros
bsit-1


TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.A person may have genetic potentially to be tall, for instance, but this potentiality may be suppressed by factors in the environment, such as malnutrition early in life.
2.Development is a product of maturation and learning. Maturation is the unfolding of traits potentially present in the individual. Learning is development that comes from exercise and effort.
3.Social development begins when the baby first distinguishes between people and objects and responds to them. The foundations of social behavior are laid in childhood.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.There are five primary senses: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and the skin senses. We have the sense of equilibrium, kinesthesis, and organic sense.
2.The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.
3.The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Insomnia is chronic problems in getting good sleep and difficulty in falling asleep, staying asleep. Hypersomnia is being sleepy during the day and sleeping too much at night. Parasomnias is sleeping apnea, night mares, night terrors and sleepwalking.
2.Our periods of sleeping and waking are regulated by our circadian rhythms.
3. States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Love, fear, and anger are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.
2.There are four clesses of emotional reactions: fear, anger, grief and love.
3.Motivation implies causation, and includes such as factors as the activation of effectors, impulses, glandular secretions, attention, awareness, mental sets and attitudes, physical fatigue and environmental changes.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.The theories of personality attempt to integrate the diversity of data about human personality by providing sets of basic principles from which particular facts can be derived.
2.The culture in which the individual has been brought up affects the production of personality types.

3. Personality psychology looks at the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that make a person unique.

ghine said...

Daodoy, Regine T.
BSIT-1
ANSWERS:
A.TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1. The Person is an individual human being, especially with reference to his or her social relationships and behavioral patterns as conditioned by the culture.
2. The Developmental psychology is studies physical, cognitive and psychosocial changes across the life span of a person.
3. The Moral development is focused on moral understanding, rather than moral behavior of a person.

B.TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. The Sensation is detecting stimuli from the body or environment while the Perception is organizing sensations into meaningful patterns.
2. The Psychophysics is study the relationship between stimuli and our psychological response to them.
3. The Sensory receptors is detecting stimuli and convert energy into neural impulses.

C.TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. The Consciousness is the awareness of one's own mental activity and it can be Personal, Selective, Continuous and ever changing.
2. The Divided attention is the ability to distribute one's attention and simultaneously engage in two or more activities.
3. The Psychoactive drugs induce changes in thinking, perception and behavior by affecting neuronal activity in the brain.

D.TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. The Motivation is the act of something that you should do or you are forced to do it.
2. The Drive reduction theory is grows out of the concept that we have certain biological drives, such as hunger. As time passes the strength of the drive increases if it is not satisfied (in this case by eating).
3. According to various theories, Motivation may be rooted in a basic need to minimize physical pain and maximize pleasure, or it may include specific needs such as eating and resting, or a desired object, goal, state of being and ideal.

E.TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. The Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual.
2. The Personality can be defined as a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences his or her cognitions, motivations, and behaviors in various situations.
3. The Trait theory is a major approach to the study of human personality. Trait theorists are primarily interested in the measurement of traits, which can be defined as habitual patterns of behavior, thought, and emotion.

Anonymous said...

De Guia Maricel S.
BSHRM 2

A.DEVELOPING PERSON
1.The human development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.
2.Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.
3.Human beings are a product of nature and nurture.
B.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (MYOPIA) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (HYPEROPIA).
2.All our senses are interrelated and the information send to the brain and process it.
3.There are five senses: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and the skin senses.
C.SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.Parasomnias is sleeping apnea, night mares, night terrors and sleepwalking.
2. Everybody dreams.
3.Anxiety was the most common emotion experienced in dreams.
D.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Love involves attachment.
2.The fear, anger, grief and love.are four clesses of emotional reactions.
3.Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling.
E. PERSONALITY
1.Personality came from Latin word per and sonare, which means "mask".
2.Personality includes habits, attitudes, and all physical, mental, emotional, social, moral, and religious characteristics that an individual possesses.
3.Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.

Anonymous said...

POTENCIO GLENDA S.
BSBA-1

ANSWER:
1. Maturation is the unfolding of traits potentially present in the individual. Learning is development that comes from exercise and effort.Their development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.
2. Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as they grow older.
3. A person may have genetic potentially to be tall, for instance.
ANSWER:
1. vision, hearing, smell, taste, and the skin senses. We have the sense of equilibrium, kinesthesis, and organic sense.
2. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.
3. Insomnia is chronic problems in getting good sleep and difficulty in falling asleep, Hypersomnia is being sleepy during the day and sleeping too much at night.
ANSWER:
1. includes such as factors as the activation of effectors, impulses, glandular secretions, attention, awareness, mental sets and attitudes, physical fatigue and environmental changes.
2. Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.
3.

Anonymous said...

DEVELOPING PERSON
1.Nature endows us with inborn abilities and traits; nurture takes these genetic tendencies and molds them as we learn and MATURE.
2.Individual’s behavior develop by continual active interaction between genetic controlled behaviors and the environment.
3.Nature intelligence States refer to the conditions or the appearances in which things or persons can be found between transformations.
SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Perception is our only mode of consciousness and that all our knowledge is ultimately about that which we are directly conscious is correct.
2.Perception the process of attaining awareness or understanding of the environment by organizing and interpreting sensory information.
3.Sensation as the processing of senses by the sensory system.
SLEEP,DREAM AND CONCIOUSNESS
1.Sleep involves the SENsation of most of our sensory input and a reduction in most of our physiological processes: We are not aware of ordinary sounds; we close our eyes in order to eliminate visual input.
2.On the physiological level, our limbic nervous system slows down our breathing rate and our heartbeat; it even reduces our blood pressure.
3.Our autonomic nervous system curtails the production of waste products in order to prevent disruptions to our sleep. While our physiological functions operate at a minimal level, our brain also adjusts itself to reduced sensory input and operates on a very primitive level.
MOTIVITION AND EMOTION
1.Instinct Theory states that motivation is the result of biological, genetic programming.All beings within a species are programmed for the same motivations.
2.Theorists have never been able to agree on a list of instincts; Many instincts are NOT universal and seem to be more dependent on individual differences (for example, jealousy. Not all humans exhibit the same jealously levels, behaviors).
3.Emotions involve some type of personal evaluations that normally ranges from pleasant-unpleasant. However, we may have experiences that involve both.
PERSONALITY
1.Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individuaL.
2.Personality genetics, a scientific field that examines the relation between personality and genetics.
3.Personality systematics, interrelationships among subsystems of personality as they are embedded in the entire ecological system.

JONNAH MAY PALMA BSE-MATH

Anonymous said...

Arabel May Razal
BSHRM-2

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.I have learned that Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand their world as they grow older.
2. Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents.
3.Social development begins when the baby first distinguishes people specially their parents

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. the act or faculty of apprehending by means of the senses or of the mind cognition understanding.
2. Sensation usually refers to the immediate, relatively unprocessed result of stimulation of sensory receptors in the eyes, ears, nose, tongue, or skin
3.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. The dream accounts revealed that many emotions are experienced during dreams including joy, happiness and fear..
2. i learned that even we are sleep our mind did not rest..
3. i learned that every night people are dreaming. and animals also dream..

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
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TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. personality refers?defines our self..it is very transparent of what personality we have..
2. personality s not all about beauty, but also from the inner most of our self..what attitude we have..
3. Personality looks at the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that what makes a person uniqueness..

Alfredo F. Lazaro Jr. said...

BSCS-I

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.The different kinds of development of a person.
2.The different scientists who studied the development of a person-piaget, kohlberg, erickson.
3.The attachment theory research conducted by Mary Ainsworth and Harry Harlow.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.We see different colors because of the change in lengthwave of electromagnetic energy.
2.We interpret different things the way we look at it.
3.Our body is composed of 5 human senses-sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.Consciousness is the awareness of one's own mental capacity.
2.A person starts to dream when he/she is in the final stage of sleep- Rapid Eye Movement (REM).
3.Dreams are the extension of our conscious world.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Our goals are one of the reasons that motivates an individual.
2.The hierarchy of needs by Maslow where self-actualization is on the top of the pyramid.
3.Theories of motivation-instinct, drive-reduction, arousal and incentive theory.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.Personality changes as time changes.
2.Every person have unique personality.
3.Our personality depends on our the environment and the persons around us.

Anonymous said...

AIZA A. ESCLEO
BSE-ENG
1ST YR. STUDENT



TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.All persons undergo in many kinds of development like infancy and childhood.
2.We also undergo with the adolescence and adulthood stages.
3.As we, developed our physical outlook we are also developing our personality.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.We can gain information by the use of our sensation which are: sense of touch, hearing, tasting, and sense of sight.
2.we can feel hurt, heard sounds, able to see and taste foods because of our four senses.
3.We can see lot of imaginative things or illusions in our mind by means of perception.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.sleep is linked with hormone levels and specific brain electrical activity etc.
2.during our sleep time we have always a dream.
3.Being conscious person, we are able to know the happenings or endeavor in our surroundings.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.we have our own motivation in life to do for us to be successful.
2.we should handle our emotion well.
3.we should give importance about sexual behavior of individual to prevent unexpected things that maybe will

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.every individual has it's own personality its either good or bad.
2.every individual has uniqueness of personality.
3.we have five categories in personality, some of the most fundamental philosophical assumptions on which theorists disagree: 1. Freedom versus Determinism, 2. Heredity versus Environment, 3. Uniqueness versus Universality, 4. Active versus Reactive and last Optimistic versus Pessimistic

Anonymous said...

FELITA J. CALIBOSO
BSE-1

A.Developing Person
1.Development of a person can be influence by the nature and nurture.
2.All person undergoes infancy, childhood, adolescence,adulthood up to aging.
3.i have learned that cognitive development focuses on a child's development in terms of information processing, conceptual resources, perceptual skill, language learning, and other aspects of brain development and cognitive psychology compared to an adult's point of view.

B.Sensation and Perception
1.Retinal cells that respond to a particular wavelengths of light, allowing us to see color.
2.Sensory receptors detec6t stimuli and convert energy into neural impulses and they are designed to serve very specific functions.
3.Sensory adaptation is when a stimulus unchanging, we become desensitized to it.

C.Sleep, Dream, and consciousness
1.We dream every night it is only that we forget our dream.
2.Awareness of ones own personality can be selective, personal,continuous and ever changing.
3.we have four cycle of biological rhythms these are yearly, 28 day, 24 hours and 90 minutes.

D.Motivation and Emotion
1.Ever wonder why some people seem to be very successful, because they are being motivated by their parents.
2.Instinct theory is derived from our biological make-up. Then,all creatures are born with specific innate knowledge about how to survive.
3.Emotion refers to a feeling state involving thoughts, physiological changes, and an outward expression or behavior.

E.Personality
1.Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) is probably the most well known theorist when it comes to the development of personality.
2.Personality is made up the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique.
3.We must have a high emotional intelligence not only intellectual intelligence.

Anonymous said...

JESSICA LAGGUI
BSED-1
5110068
TOPIC. DEVELOPING PERSON
1.Each individual follows his development pattern in his own way; some develops smoothly
and gradually, while others move in spurt.
2.attitudes,habits, patterns of behavior established during the early years determine, to a large extent, how successfully the individual will adjust to life as he grows up.
3.the development of a person results from maturation and learning.

TOPIC.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.All persons have different problems-biological,physical and in mental.
2.the way wee respond to different changes can make us a better person.
3.Understanding of someone or something is your feelings for them.

TOPIC.SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.People who are getting sleepy is the effects of our disappointments,problems and our circumstances.
2.All people are dreaming because of we want to happen that particular things or that dreams to be true.
3. Our understanding of consciousness is determined by our intellectual history.
3.

TOPIC.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.All persons can can suffer from tension, the great needs of excitement to achieve a particular goal.
2.Humans cannot be define if there is no emotional behavior at all.
3.To express all the emotions that we experiences would make us very unpopular people.

TOPIC. PERSONALITY
1.Personality development begins at birth and develops gradually until death.
2.Every feature of personality is influenced by heredity and at the same time by the surroundings conditions.
3.The personality of every individual has a difference aspects such as physical, intellectual, social,emotional and value system.

Anonymous said...

SARAH MAE BRUZUELA # 5110034 BSBA 1

A.DEVELOPING PERSON

1.All person develops their personality as they grow up and enter a world of maturity.

2.Every person undergo changes and experience the different stages of cognitive and moral development.

3. Every individual has different behaviors and how they view their lives.

B.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION

1. Every one has their own way on how they view their lives and how to react on it.

2. Not all of us have the five senses: hearing,seeing,smelling,touch,and taste due to complications in maternity.

3. Being creative can help us see what cannot be perceive by others

C.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

1.Motivating one another helps to build a good relationship to every individual

2. Without emotions we would probably not do very much and hence would not survive - at least in the evolved form we are in now.

3.When we think about something that contradicts our values, our emotions will tell us that it is bad. When we think about something that could hurt us, our emotions will tell us that this is not a good idea. Just by imagining what might happen, our emotions are still triggered and hence let us make better decisions.

D. SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

1. All human dreams,its just that sometimes we tend to forget it.

2. Having a right and complete sleep can help us do our daily life chores and also make our body rest to gain energy.

3.Consciousness is a term that refers to a variety of aspects of the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.

Anonymous said...

Carbonilla, Charlina Dawn H.
BSBA-1

Topic: Developing Person
1.A living creature’s growth and development must be guided by a blueprint or heredity which controls the selection and use of materials or environment.
2. Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as they grow older.
3.Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.

Topic(2): SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. The five primary senses are: Touch, Smell, Vision, Hearing & Tasting.
2.Sensations can be defined as the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain. The process is passive in the sense that we do not have to be consciously engaging in a "sensing" process.
3. Sensory organs absorb energy from a physical stimulus in the environment. Sensory receptors convert this energy into neural impulses and send them to the brain.

Topic(3): SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Sleep fascinates people because it may be somewhat reminiscent of death: We lie down, we close our eyes and we are dead to the world. Apparently, only a few minutes later, without being aware of any loss of time, we get up again. Sleep is an event that conveys the subjective appearance of not happening at all. We are not aware of having slept. Sleep is a non-activity that seems to steal one-third of our life. Dreams, that are usually part of sleep, can be very unsettling and can even make us question our sanity.
2. Dreaming experience is commonly viewed as qualitatively distinct from waking experience. Dreams are often believed to be characterized by lack of reflection and inability to act deliberately and with intention. However, this view has not been based on equivalent measurements of waking and dreaming state experiences. To achieve equivalence, it is necessary to evaluate waking experience retrospectively, in the same way that dreams are evaluated.
3. Consciousness operates with what you may call code systems. These are beyond count. Consciousness differentiates itself, therefore, by operating within certain code systems that help direct particular kinds of focus, bringing in certain kinds of significances while blocking out other data.
Topic(4): MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Physicological motives are those directly related to normal body functions such as the need for water, sleep food, air, rest, excretion of wastes.
2.Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.
3. Emotions and motivations are driving forces that impel people to act. Without these, individuals might lack any real desire to do anything.

Topic(5): PERSONALITY
1. Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving. The study of personality focuses on two broad areas: One is understanding individual differences in particular personality characteristics, such as sociability or irritability.
2.Personality disorders, a class of mental disorders that is characterized by long-lasting rigid patterns of thought and actions.
3.Personality systematics, interrelationships among subsystems of personality as they are embedded in the entire ecological system.

Anonymous said...

BSBA1
5110143

1)
a.Motivation and Emotion provides an explanation of emotional experience and aspects of human behaviour using psychological, physiological and alternative approaches.
b.personality a promising new approach to treating complicated depression, cases in which progress is painfully slow, elusive, or followed by relapse.
social factors (I've learned it can affect my decisions making especially my perception too)It is tempting to assume that perception and reasoning solely entail physiological and psychological processes. If that be the case, the appropriate methodology for understanding and predicting another's behavior would involve entering that person's reality--metaphorically approaching that individual as an information processing system. This is psychology's imprint on Americans' understanding of the human condition: if one can understand how the world is perceived and experienced by another person, then one can predict that person's behavior.
c.Pain and Touch covers peripheral cutaneous tactile information processing, sensory mapping, tactile exploratory behavior, neurophysiology of nociception and nociceptors in pain research, clinical scaling methods for psychophysics of pain, and paincontrol, pathology, and therapeutics.
2)
Perception is the interpreter of our senses.
It indicates us what was the use of our senses.
And also sensation is tells about our senses and it is useful to every one.
3)
sleep for e sleeping is one of the best time for me to restore my energy and strength.
dreams for me in this way i can do anything i want that i ever do in the times that i awake.
consciousness in my own understanding it refers to one individual awareness of our unique thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations and environment.Conscious experiences are constantly.
4)
MOTIVATION for me the motivation is the process that initiates, guides and maintains goal-oriented behaviors.
EMOTION is the exert and incredibly powerful force on human behavior. Strong emotions can cause you to take actions you might not normally perform, or avoid situations that you generally enjoy.
5)
PERSONALITY is made up of the characteristic patterns of thoughts, feelings and behaviors that make a person unique.

prepared by:Tamagos, Sarah A.

Anonymous said...

Rosechell Mata
BSIT-1

ANSWER:
Topic: Developing Person

1.In developing more I learned, first as the person grows older or having physical improvement among the changes as well as the mental, social and cognitive.
2.Change is the only permanent in our world it is real floating believe it because it often happens to us we are not trained yet but we say is permanent.
3.The human mind has ever before because we know it is right and wrong, we can reproduce, take or do for reward.
Sensation and perception:
1.this is uses five senses.
2.Sometime the basis it is happening or we experience.
3.To know that the perception is organize the sensation by different patterns.

Sleep, Dreams and Consciousness

1.In daydream what i learned things that are not preventable. first, success
second, sex romance, money, physical attractiveness is the fourth
2.the difference between the rest to sleep the rest is the body is at rest. The sleeping is the mind rest
3.The mind it can be someones consciousness personaly, can be salective.

Motivation and Emotion
1.Motivation refers to a behavior of a person.
2.We have a intelligence to show our happiness and joy Which is emotion.
3.Facial expression is a kind of emotion that we show the cab by other people.

Pesonality
1.The personality was the personality of a person develop either you like it or not.
2.It develops by the age like chidhood, adolescene and adulthood.
3.Asexual is a example of personality and it refers to a person that no feelings about sex.

Anonymous said...

PASCUAL,GELLIEG.
BEED-1ST YEAR


A.DEVELOPING PERSON
1.hgredity is the transmission of genes from parents to off spring.
2.you began life as a single cell,a fertilized human egg weighing about 20 millionth of an ounce.
3.human development refers to the pattern of change in human capabilities that begin s at conception and continues throughout life span.
B.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.there are five senses:THE SENSE OF SIGHT,HEARING,TASTE,TOUCH AND SMELL.
2.the 3 smallest bones in our ear are:THE ANVIL,HAMMER AND THE STIRRUP.
3.NEWBORN baby can feel touch better than they can see,hear,or even taste.the sense of touch is especially helpful to infants,as it detects and explore the physical world and is important for health and emotioal well-being.
C.SLEEP DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.altered state of consciousness can be produced by DRUGS,TRAUMA,FATIGUE,POSSIBILITY HYPNOSIS AND SENSORY DEPRIVATION.
2.biological clocks can become desynchronized,or thrown off their regular schedules.
3.a divided state of consciousness is the individual under hypnosis reported afterward that they did not experience any pain.
D.MOTIVATION AND AMOTION
1.instinct is a biological pattern that is assumed to be universal throughout the species.
2.there are more than 200 emotions in the English language,indicating the complexity and variety of emotions.
3.ANGER,LOVE AND FEAR are the basic emotions which are inherited at
E.PERSONALITY
1.PERSONALITY is a person's unique and relatively stable behavior patterns.
2.there are 2 types of personality;THE INTROVERT AND THE EXTROVERT.
3.ID,EGO,AND SUPEREGO are the structure of personality.

Anonymous said...

PAGKALIWAGAN ZAIDAN O,
5110067
BSA-1
A.DEVELOPING PERSON
1)Every individuals will experienced the stage of childhood, adolescence, adulthood and aging.
2)When you are started to become matured , your physical and mental capacity will change, especially those who are normal person.
3)The baby is the most selfish people because they just want the love and care without exchange.
B.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1)We have 5 parts of our eyes
a.cornea
b.pupil
c.iris
d.lens
e.retina
2)In trichromatic theory, it have 3 types of sensor
a.red
b.blue
c.green receptors
3)In depth perception, our brain also uses information from the stimulus that does not involved our use of both eyes.
C.SLEEP, DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1)Dreams is electrochemical events that involve the brain stem,areas of the cortex and the eyes.
2)Consciousness never stop until you die.
3)3 sleep disorders
A.Insomnia- problems in getting sleep
B.Hypersomnia- being sleepy during the day and too much at night.
C.Parasomnia-sleep apnea, nightmares, night terrors, and sleep walking.
D.MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1)A person have a source to motivate, maybe it is family, past or dream.
2)Emotion is our feelings, maybe it is happy, sad, hatred, fear, etc..
3)4 theory in motivation
a.instinct
b.drive
c.arousal
d.insentive
E.PERSONALITY
1)Maybe its from our heredity or to our environment.
2)It may develop also in our behavior.
3)It is our rights to be good or bad.

roldhan_27 said...

Roldhan A. Dasalla
BSIT - 1



Phil. Government and constitution



1 •Article III, Section 4. No shall be passed abridging the freedom of speech, of expression, or of the press, or the right of the people peaceably to assemble and petition the government for redress of grievances.

Significance:
•For me, it`s an advantage to us because if government shall passed a law abridging to this section, no one could express their own opinions about what is wrong with the government, the people can`t suggest some things to help government official to solve some of the problem of out government. And if the government has a law abridging in this section what will happen to the people or our country? It can cause chaos between the civilian and government official.

2. Compare the following Presidents who are still living today including the current President in terms of their performances while still in office: Ramos, Estrada, Arroyo, and Aquino. Who is the best president for you? Why? Who is the worst president? Why?

•The best president for me is President Aquino, because as a civilian under his administration, I saw his desperate and perseverance to change the image of the government of the Philippines to good and imprison all those Former and present government official who make/making a elegancy in government.
•The worst president for me is Former President Arroyo, because all decision he made is full of elegancy and corruption. And up until now all corruption cases accusing to her is in court.

3. b. Reproductive Health Bill must be approved by the Congress as soon as possible.
• I agree in this statement, why? Because I’d like the government to control the population of Filipinos so that the would be able to protect the country`s economic development in bankrupt and reduce the poverty of the people.

Anonymous said...

RICHELLE F. CAMMAGAY
BSBA-1
5110063
OCT. 15,2011


DEVELOPING PERSON
1.When we become adult, we cannot recall memories from age 3 and earlier because the lacks of neural connections are preventing us from it.
2.People cannot remember the memory of their first day of kindergarten or their birthday parties, but they can remember their first day when they join companies.
3.It was developed by many researches that the average age of earliest conscious memory is 3.5 years.

SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Are stages of processing of the senses in human and animal systems, such as vision, auditory, vestibular, and pain senses.
2.These topics are considered part of psychology, and not anatomy or physiology, because processes in the brain so greatly affect the perception of a stimulus. 3.Included in this topic is the study of illusions such as motion aftereffect, color constancy, auditory illusions, and depth perception.

LEARNING

1.It is acquiring new or modifying existing knowledge, behaviors, skills, values, or preferences and may involve synthesizing different types of information.
2.The ability to learn is possessed by humans, animals and some machines.
3.Progress over time tends to follow learning curves.

MOTIVATION

1.Motivation is literally the desire to do things.
2.It's the difference between waking up before dawn to pound the pavement and lazing around the house all day.
3.It's the crucial element in setting and attaining goals—and research shows you can influence your own levels of motivation and self-control. So figure out what you want, power through the pain period, and start being who you want to be.

SLEEP CONSCIOUSNESS AND DREAMS

1.A person’s awareness of everything that is going on around h im or her at any given moment, which is used to organize behavior.Opposite of unconscious or semi-conscious!
2.Brings varied information to the surface, enabling us to reflect and plan.
3.Enables us to exert voluntary control and to communicate our mental states to others,Focuses our concentration.

Anonymous said...

MARK ANGELO M BASILIO
BSIT-1

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as they grow older.
2.A person may have genetic potentially to be tall, for instance, but this potentiality may be suppressed by factors in the environment, such as malnutrition early in life.
3. All persons undergo changes as they grow up - physical, cognitive, and moral changes.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.
2. There are five primary senses: vision, hearing, smell, taste, and the skin senses. We have the sense of equilibrium, kinesthesis, and organic sense.
3. Certain perceptual abilities are innate or they develop shortly after birth, whereas others require particular kinds of experiences in order to develop.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Selective attention is the ability to focus awareness on a single stimulus to the exclusion of other stimuli while divided attention is the ability to distribute one's attention and simultaneously engage in two or more activities.
2.States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.
3.The dream accounts revealed that many emotions are experienced during dreams including joy, happiness and fear. The most common emotion experienced in dreams was anxiety, and negative emotions in general were much more common than positive ones.


TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Love, fear, and anger are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.
2.Emotions may be classified into those that are pleasant like joy and love. It may also be classified to those that are unpleasant like anger and fear.
3.Love compared to liking involves a deeper feeling. Love involves attachment, caring, and intimacy while liking has more to do with a favorable opinion towards another person.


TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.Personality is not just a collection of specific traits; the traits are organized in distinctive ways so that they uniquely characterized person.
2.Your parents’ own behaviors are models that we imitate consciously and more often, unconsciously.
3.Personality psychology looks at the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that make a person unique.

Anonymous said...

Perez, Allan T.
BSCS - I

DEVELOPING PERSON

1.Developing Person is the development of the organized pattern of behaviors and attitudes that makes a person distinctive. Personality development occurs by the ongoing interaction of temperament , character, and environment.

2. Social skills training is a form of behavior therapy used by teachers, therapists, and trainers to help persons who have difficulties relating to other people.

3. Cognitive development is the construction of thought processes, including remembering, problem solving, and decision-making, from childhood through adolescence to adulthood.


SENSATION AND PERCEPTION

1. The world around us through our five primary senses sight, hearing, touch, smell, and taste. Psychologists distinguish between sensation and perception.

2. The process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives, emotions, attitudes, and frames of references.

3. Sensation is the reaction of a receptor to stimulation whereas perception is the process of interpreting a stimulation.

SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS

1. States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.

2. Persons vary in the amount of sleep they need, and no pill will ever allow them to dispense with sleep entirely, for too much work is done in that state. However, this could be done far more effectively with two, rather than one, sleep periods of lesser duration.

3. Consciousness, as we have explored, is a phenomenon of the mind that most people associate with being awake. Indeed, most of us assume that when we are awake, we are conscious.

MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

1. Motivation and Emotion publishes theoretical papers and original research reports of either a basic or applied nature from any area of psychology and behavioral science, provided that the focus is on motivation and/or emotion. While the primary orientation of the journal is on human emotion and motivation, animal studies are also published, provided they are relevant to general motivation and/or emotion theory.

2. Love, fear, and anger are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.

3. Emotions may be classified into those that are pleasant like joy and love. It may also be classified to those that are unpleasant like anger and fear.


PERSONALITY

1. This personality test is designed to explore the kinds of moral foundations you use when making judgements about what is right and what is wrong.

2. Personality is not just a collection of specific traits; the traits are organized in distinctive ways so that they uniquely characterized person.

3. Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and individual differences.

Anonymous said...

Richomnd A. Carable
BSHRM_II

1. Human beings are a product of nature and nurture. Their development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.
2. The individual’s behavioral development is shaped by a continual active interaction between genetically controlled behaviors and the environment. action of both heredity and environment.
3. Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.
SENSATION and perception

Sensation & Perception - When we smell a fragrant flower, are we experiencing a sensation or a perception? In everyday language, the terms "sensation" and "perception' are often used interchangeably.

2) Perceptual Expectancy - how we perceive the world is a function of our past experiences, culture, and biological makeup.For example, as an American, when I look at a highway, I expect to see cars, trucks, etc, NOT airplanes. But someone from a different country with different experiences and history may not have any idea what to expect and thus be surprised when they see cars go driving by.

SLEEP <DREAMS AND CONCIOSNESS

1.From this perspective, dreaming can be viewed as the special case of perception without the constraints of external sensory input. Conversely, perception can be viewed as the special case of dreaming constrained by sensory input (1-3). Whichever way one looks at it, understanding dreaming is central to understanding consciousness.

Mae F. Roa said...

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.There are four stages in developmental psychology,the first is Zygote stage,then Embryonic stage,Fetal stage and Infancy.
2. I've learned that in first to seventh week of preganancy,all babies are female.
3.Child is allowed make independent decisions or is made to feel ashamed/full of doubt about own decisions.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.I've learned that through the move of the wavelength the colors that we see changes.
2. The rods are highly sensetive to the light and it is the one who adjust the light.
3.Sensation implies something physical which is perceive by our senses while perception implies something thought of, deduced or figured out.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. We are concious of what we are doing,we are not concious if we are already dead.
2. All of us dream when we are sleeping.
3.There are three kinds of sleep disorders,the insomnia,parasomnia and hypersomnia.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.There are five theories in motivation,the instinct,Drive-reduction,arousal and incentive theory.
2.Eating disorder marked by binging and purging because both caused by combo of brain and social malfunctioning.
3.I've learned that too little arousal and we get bored;to much arousal and we withdraw,in an effort to lower our levels of arousal.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.Personality of a person changes because of environmental factors.
2. Personality is the sum total of the physical,mental,emotional,and social characteristics of an individual.
3.Personality refers to individual differences in characteristic patterns of thinking, feeling and behaving.

Mae F. Roa BSCS-I

ivy roy paring said...

Ivy Roy Paring
BSIT-1


TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
I learned1.The different stages of cognitive developement,sensorimotor- birth to 2 years old ,preoperational - age 2 to 7 years old, concrete operational - age 7 to 11 years old ,formal operational - adolescent stage.
2. In the embryonic stage of physical development state that all babys in the end of week 2 to week 8 are all females.
3.the three components of attachment theory are proxiity maintenance, safe haven, secure bass

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
I learned1.We see colors because of wave length, we see blue if the wave is short ,we see green if the wave length is medium, and red if the wave length is long.
2.Sensation is detecting stimuli from the body or environment.
3.We see light because there are light.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
I learned1.All people are dream but some people can't recognized their dreams.
2.The REM(rapid eye movement) stage thats the time that the person is dreaming.
3. Sleep is our biological need.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
I learned1.We motivate our selves to reach our goal.
2.We want to do our task because we expect that we gain the incentives and we value the incentive.
3.Achievement motivation need to master difficult challenges.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
I learned 1.That all people are unique in their attitudes and behaviors.
2. The different stages of personal development of a person.
3.In the piaget's stages of cognitive development that in the age of 2 to 7 years old is the stage of being self-centered or selfish.

Anonymous said...

Johne Rick S. Bermudo Oct. 15, 2011
B.S.HRM 09:10PM

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.… cross-sectional design. With this method, you get a group of participants who are of different ages and study them at the same time (not literally, but within a two to three month window). You only study them once (rather than multiple times, as with longitudinal research). With this method, you can investigate issues like social maturation and sexuality across the life span.
2. longitudinal research, it's study the same group of participants over a long period of time (typically a minimum of a year, as much as 30 years). This type of research design allows you to examine such things as the effects of day care, divorce, or environmental issues in development – over time.

3.… he allowed himself to be swayed by his conviction that human beings are not born once and for all on the day their mothers give birth to them, but that life obliges them over and over again to give birth to themselves

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. A sensation occurs any time a stimulus activates one of
your receptors
2. Vision is In studying the many
processes of sensation and
perception, the most widely
studied and understood is
vision.
3. Gestalt psychology, the whole is different than the sum of its parts. Based upon this belief, Gestalt psychologists developed a set of principles to explain perceptual organization, or how smaller objects are grouped to form larger ones. These principles are often referred to as the "laws of perceptual organization."

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Consciousness is a variety of aspects of the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.
2. Whether awake or asleep, our consciousness functions as a model of the world constructed by the brain from the best available sources of information.
3. Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Psychoanalytic Theory: Sigmund Freud and his five part theory of personality. As part of this theory, he believed that humans have only two basic drives: Eros and Thanatos, or the Life and Death drives.
2.Humanistic Theory: humanistic theory is perhaps the most well know theory of motivation. According to this theory, humans are driven to achieve their maximum potential and will always do so unless obstacles are placed in their way. These obstacles include hunger, thirst, financial problems, safety issues, or anything else that takes our focus away from maximum psychological growth
3.emotion refers to a feeling state involving thoughts, physiological changes, and an outward expression or behavior.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.Personality can be defined as a dynamic and organized set of characteristics possessed by a person that uniquely influences his or her cognitions, motivations, and behaviors in various situations.
2. Human nature refers to the distinguishing characteristics, including ways of thinking, feeling and acting, that humans tend to have naturally.

3. culture emerged as a concept central to anthropology, encompassing all human phenomena that are not purely results of human genetics.

Anonymous said...

John Kenneth Magno

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.All persons undergo different changes.
2.The stages of development of a person.
3.The theories on the development of a person.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.We perceived things the way we see them.
2.We use our senses everyday.
3.The different parts of the 5 human senses.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.We sleep to rejuvenate us.
2.Sleep has 5 stages.
3.There are different sleep disorders that needs to be cure if you have.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Emotions can be express through the face.
2.Every persons need to be motivated to achieved what they want.

Anonymous said...

BUBULI.ANJANRTTE P.
Beed-1
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DEVELOPING PERSON

1.the individual’s behavioral development is shaped by a continual active interaction between genetically controlled behaviors and the environment.
2. the Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as a chbild going to old.
3.Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents to offsprings.

SENSATION AND PERCEPTION

1.Sensations can be defined as the passive process of bringing information from the outside world into the body and to the brain. The process is passive in the sense that we do not have to be consciously engaging in a "sensing" process.Perception can be defined as the active process of selecting, organizing, and interpreting the information brought to the brain by the senses
2.how we perceive the world is a function of our past experiences, culture, and biological makeup.
3.sensory organs absorb energy from a physical stimulus in the environment.
sensory receptors convert this energy into neural impulses and send them to the brain.


C.Sleep, Dream, and Consciousness

1. States or levels of consciousness include periods of decreased mental functioning as well as mental activity that is outside the realm of normal experience.

2. Our periods of sleeping and waking are regulated by our circadian rhythms.

3. States of consciousness can be altered by meditation, hypnosis, drugs, as well as by certain diseases such as epilepsy.

MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

1.Physiological motives are those directly related to normal body functions such as the need for water, sleep food, air, rest, excretion of wastes.
2.There are four clesses of emotional reactions: fear, anger, grief and love.
3.Motives found in both human and animals can be classified as either learned or unlearned like hunger and thirst, activity and manipulation.



PERSONALITY

1.Personality came from Latin word per and sonare, which means "mask".

2.Personality is more than charm, poise, or physical appearance. It includes habits, attitudes, and all physical, mental, emotional, social, moral, and religious characteristics that an individual possesses.
3. Characteristics refer to the uniqueness of each individual’s behavior.

Anonymous said...

Madel B. Consulta
BSE-MATH

*DEVELOPING PERSON*
1.the two methods of conducting research are
:Longitudinal research
:cross-sectional research
2.that the people are products of nurture & nature.
3.it is also a product of maturation and learning.

*SENSATION AND PERCEPTION*
1.Sensation occurs when sensory organs absorb energy from a physical stimulus in the environment and the sensory receptors convert this energy into neural impulses and send them to the brain.
2.Kinds of sensation:
:delayed sensation
:epigastric sensation
:primary sensation
:referred sensation:
:subjective sensation.
3.mental organization and interpretation of sensory information. The Gestalt
psychologists studied extensively the ways in which people organize and select from the vast array of stimuli that are presented to them, concentrating particularly on visual stimuli.

*SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS*
1.SLEEP-Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles.
2.DREAMS-Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
3.Consciousness-Consciousness is a term that refers to a variety of aspects of the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.

*EMOTION AND MOTIVATION*
1.Motivation-Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals. Motivation is said to be intrinsic or extrinsic
2.Emotion-Emotion is the complex psychophysiological experience of an individual's state of mind as interacting with biochemical (internal) and environmental (external) influences. In humans, emotion fundamentally involves "physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience."
3.This is a natural phenomenon, and is essential for human survival.

*PERSONALITY*
1.6characteristics
:physical
:mental
:social
:moral
:emotional
:spiritual
2.the 3levels of personality
:id-un coordinative,set of uncoordinated
:ego-truth and well organized
:super ego-plays critical and moralize rule.
3.Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and individual differences. Its areas of focus include:

Constructing a coherent picture of the individual and his or her major psychological processes
Investigating individual differences - how people are unique
Investigating human nature - how people are alike

Anonymous said...

1. They development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.
2. Heredity is the transmission of traits from parents to offsprings.
3. Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth, development of life processes in any way.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1. A living organism in order to make adjustments and changes, must be able to sense and interpret its surroundings.
2. Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (myopia) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (hyperopia).
3. perception refers to the combination of the different sensations of past experiences in recognizing objects and facts where the present stimulation arises.

TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1. Sleep is undoubtedly one of the most important factors structuring our lives.
2. I've learned that everybody dreams including animals.
3. The dream accounts revealed that many emotions are experienced during dreams including joy, happiness and fear. The most common emotion experienced in dreams was anxiety, and negative emotions in general were much more common than positive ones.

TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1. There are four clesses of emotional reactions: fear, anger, grief and love.
2. The theory of Human motivation by Dr. Abraham Maslow is as follows:
* Physiological needs (food, clothing, water and shelter)
* Safety needs
* Love and belonging
* self-respect
*Personal growth
3. Emotions and motivations are driving forces that impel people to act. Without these, individuals might lack any real desire to do anything.

TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1. Personality psychology is a branch of psychology that studies personality and individual differences.
2. Personality psychology looks at the patterns of thoughts, feelings, and behavior that make a person unique.

RADHIKA,P. RIVERA
BEED-I

Anonymous said...

Topic: Developing Person
Points I Learned: 1. All persons undergo changes as they grow up - physical, cognitive, and moral changes.
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Anonymous said...

GELAINE J CONINGCO
BSBA
A.DEVELOPING PERIOD
1.Autism is a ability that is characterized by impairment of social interaction limited activities or interest and deficiencyor abnormality of speech development.
2.The developmental affects may be manifisted as persistent deficits.
3.Enviromental input plays acrucial role in the development of the architecture of the brain after birth.
B.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Our perceptual organization remains relatively estable even though some aspects of the pattern within the optic array undergo great changes.
2.A living organism in order to make adjustment and changes must able to sense and interpret its surroundings.
3.Sensory organs absorb energy from a physical stimulus in the environment.
C.SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONCIOUSNESS
1.Sleep is undoubted one of the most important factors structuring our lives.
2.The most common experienced in dreams was anxiety and negative emotions in general were much more common than positive ones.
3.Consciousness refers to your individual awareness of your unique thoughts,memories,feelings,sensations and environment.
D.MOTIVATION AND EMOTIONS
1.Motivation the process by which activities are started directed and continued so that physical or phychological needs or wants are met.
2.Emotion the feelings aspect of conciousness characterized by a certain behavior that reveals the emotion outside world and inner awareness of feelings.
3.Emotion classified into those that are pleasant like joy and love.
E.PERSONALITY
1.Personality the quality or state of being a person.
2.Personality is the complex of characteristics that are distinguishes an individual or o nation or group.
3.Personality can be base to the the nature and how our garduians nurture us .

Anonymous said...

-DEVELOPING PERSON

1. Heredity is the passing of traits to offspring (from its parent or ancestors). This is the process by which an offspring cell or organism acquires or becomes predisposed to the characteristics of its parent cell or organism.

2. Environment is the whole of surrounding things.Surroundings are defined by a central entity. In ecology, environment refers to the surroundings of humankind.

3.Human beings are a product of nature and nurture. Their development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.

-SENSATION AND PERCEPTION

1.Perception is the mental process or state that is reflected in statements like "I see a uniformly blue wall", representing awareness or understanding of the real-world cause of the sensory input.

2.Sensation is the function of the low-level biochemical and neurological events that begin with the impinging of a stimulus upon the receptor cells of a sensory organ.

3.Inability to see far objects is called nearsightedness (myopia) and inability to see near objects clearly is farsightedness (hyperopia).

-SLEEP ,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS

1.Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles.

2.Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.

3.Consciousness is a term that refers to a variety of aspects of the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.

-MOTIVATION AND EMOTION

1.Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals.

2.Emotion is the complex psychophysiological experience of an individual's state of mind as interacting with biochemical (internal) and environmental (external) influences. In humans, emotion fundamentally involves "physiological arousal, expressive behaviors, and conscious experience.

3. LOVE, ANGER and FEAR are basic emotions which are inherent at birth but other emotions emerge or develop from them.

-PERSONALITY

1.Personality is the particular combination of emotional, attitudinal, and behavioral response patterns of an individual.

2.a class of mental disorders that is characterized by long-lasting rigid patterns of thought and actions.

3. personality is an aggregate conglomeration of decisions we've made throughout our lives.

GOMEZ ,ESTELITA G. BSBA

Anonymous said...

Haidelyn Torres
BSIT-1

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.their are many stages in physycal development.
2.childrens are viewed as miniature adult.
3.Moral development focused on moral understanding.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1., sensation and perception are stages of processing of the senses in human and animal systems, such as vision, auditory, vestibular, and pain senses.
2.Sensation is the function of the low-level biochemical and neurological events that begin with the impinging of a stimulus upon the receptor cells of a sensory organ
3.Perception is the mental process or state that is reflected in statements like "I see a uniformly blue wall", representing awareness or understanding of the real-world cause of the sensory input
TOPIC: SLEEP, DREAMS, AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.We need sleep because we want rest.
2.Hypersomnia is being sleepy during the day and sleeping too.
3.We are not very good judges of our biological need for sleep.
TOPIC: MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.motivatite to do things.
2.Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals.
3.Motivation is said to be intrinsic or extrinsic


TOPIC: PERSONALITY
1.Through out the year our behavior is changing.
2.we have deffirent behavior.
3.Personality is thought to be determined largely by genetics and biology, by environment and experiences, or by some combination resulting .

Anonymous said...

Mayralyn Juarez BSIT-I

1.Developing Person
Points I learned: From this topic I learned that human beings are not born once and for all of the day their mother give birth to them but the life obliges them over and over again to give borth to themselves.
* a proponent of the belief that intelligence develops qualitatively with age as well as quantitatively according to piaget.
3. The feelings of many persons are different. Some of us want closeness to others but some of them are not pre-conventional and post conventional.

II- Sensation and Perception
I've learned that the sensation is to detect stimuli from the boy o environment.
III- Sleep,Dreams, and Consciousness;
I've learned that our mind is still active during sleeptime and we dream at every sleep that we make.

Anonymous said...

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.They development is controlled by the action of both heredity and environment.Maturation is the unfolding of traits potentially present in the individual.
2.. Cognitive development involves changes in how children understand and think about their world as they grow older.
3. Environment includes all the conditions in the world that influence behavior, growth,of each individual development of life processes in any way.
TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.Sensation refers to the process of sensing our environment through touch, taste, sight, sound, and smell. This information is sent to our brains in raw form where perception comes into play. Perception is the way we interpret these sensations and therefore make sense of everything around us.
2.The absolute threshold is the point where something becomes noticeable to our senses. It is the softest sound we can hear or the slightest touch we can feel. Anything less than this goes unnoticed. The absolute threshold is therefore the point at which a stimuli goes from undetectable to detectable to our senses.
3. We are often faced with the daunting task of focusing our attention on certain things while at the same time attempting to ignore the flood of information entering our senses.
TOPIC:SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONSCIOUSNESS
1.Sleep is a naturally recurring state characterized by reduced or absent consciousness, relatively suspended sensory activity, and inactivity of nearly all voluntary muscles.
2.Dreams are successions of images, ideas, emotions, and sensations that occur involuntarily in the mind during certain stages of sleep.
3.Consciousness is a term that refers to a variety of aspects of the relationship between the mind and the world with which it interacts.
TOPIC:MOTIVATION AND EMOTION
1.Motivation is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals. Motivation is said to be intrinsic or extrinsic.
2.Emotion is the complex psychophysiological experience of an individual's state of mind as interacting with biochemical (internal) and environmental (external) influences.





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Anonymous said...

liezel Orogo BSIT-1

I.DEVELOPING PERSON
1.I've learned that as day goes by every person was changing because of the development of there personality.

II.SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.I've learned the difference of the sensation from perception.The Sensation refers to the detecting stimuli from the body or environment.
III.SLEEP,DREAMS AND CONCIOUSNESS
1.I've learned that the mind of a person was mre active and alert on the daytime than to the right time.
IV.MOTIVATION
-I've learnad the y theoria:
1.INSTINCT THEORY-it is inherite tendencies to produce organized and unalterable responses to particular stimuli.
2.ADDITIONAL THEORY-it has 2 types of theory,the arousal theory and the Incentive theory,In arousal theory,people are motivated to achieve and main optimum level OF BODILY AROUSAL.

Anonymous said...

james van arvin c. escleo
BS-IT 1

TOPIC: DEVELOPING PERSON
1.which controls the selection and use of materials or environment.
2.Cognitive development involves changes
3.The foundations of social behavior are laid in childhood.

TOPIC: SENSATION AND PERCEPTION
1.A living organism in order to make adjustments and changes.
2.Our perceptual organization remains relatively stable even though some aspects of the pattern within the optic array undergo great changes.
3.he process of perception is greatly influenced by personal factors such as motives

Anonymous said...

Chona N. Nuada BSIT - I


I - Developing Person
I've learned that as the day goes, evry person is changing because of the development of their personality.
II- Sensation and Perception
I've learned thatte difference of sentation is the detction of the stimuli from the body that causes our body to react.
III- Sleep,Drams, amnd Consciousness
Ive learned that as we sleep, our mind is still active and is still funtioning and it associates dreaming wherein we dream in each sleeps that we make.
MOTIVATION;
Instinct Theory- it is inherited tendencies to produse organized and unalterable esponces to particular stimuli.

Anonymous said...

Sandra T. Oyao
BEED-1


1.Developing Person

1.)The human development is virtually determined by the relationship and
continuation of a series of interaction between heredity and environ-
ment.
2.)Emotion affects performances of all kinds.It is closely related to
other phases of development,cognitive,physical,social,and spiritual.
3.)Intellectual is also associated with adaptive behavior to a given envi-
ronment and the organization of thought and action.

2.Sensation and Perception

1.)The process of receiving the stimulus by the sense organ is called
sensation.While the giving of meaning or interpretation to the stimulus
by the brain to respond when the receptor is called perception.
2.)Light,the physical stimulus for visual experience is considered to be
composed of electromagnetic waves radiant energy emanating from a
source,ultimately the sun.
3.)Illusions are sometimes confused with hallucinations because both phe-
nomena may be thought of as inaccurate perception.However,hallucination
are dreamlike images which are mistaken for objectively measurable phe-
nomena.

3.Sleep,Dreams,and Conciousness

1.)Insomnia is chronic problems in getting good sleep.Hypersomnia is being
sleepy during the day and sleeping too much at night.Parasomnias are
discrupture sleep-related disorder that can occur during arrousals from
REM sleep or partial arousals from non REM sleep.Parasomnia is sleep
apnea,nightmares,night terrors,sleepwalking.
2.)Daydreaming you were thinking of something while you are fully awake.
And when we dream we are insane and free.
3.)Everyone dreams, but not everyone remembers them.There two ways to look
at dreams,the manifest content and the latent content.







4.Motivation and Emotion

1.)Motivation refers to the internal state or condition that influences
behavior and gives it direction in relation to physiology conditions,
interest,attitudes,and aspirations.
2.)Emotion give meaning to our lives,without emotions,probably life would
be dull and monotonous.
3.)When feeling is united with mind,it generated emotion.Emotion is the
activity of feeling directed into a mental concept.

5.Personality

1.)Personality is the sum total of the physical,mental,emotional,and
social attributes and characteristics of an individual.
2.)Personality consisted of three major components,the id,the ego,and the
superego.The manner in which these three components of the human self
interact with the outside world illustrates how the individual persona-
lity is formed.
3.)The Environment provides formative influences is the shaping of the
foundation of personality that is the result of the wonder of genes.

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