RESPOND TO STUDENT POSTS NELSON POST First of all I must make sure that what ever argument and solutions must be back with hard facts and not expressing my personal

RESPOND TO STUDENT POSTS NELSON POST First of all I must make sure that what ever argument and solutions must be back with hard facts and not expressing my personal opinions and feeling on the argument and solutions. Their many ways but these is the way I do use to make sure. Both the premises and the conclusion must be true with doing the intense research on the argument and or solution than have other people read over my work to make sure their is no fallacies. CRYSTAL POST I think making decisions without any emotions or feelings would be really hard, but also efficient. I know that personally i am a very emotional personal though so for me to make any type of deecisions without my emotions would be very hard. I always will get up thinking of others when trying to decide something to because i never want to hurt anyone else’s feelings. I think it could make decision making easier because all decisions would be made without bias. But it could also make everyone kind of like robots because they would all come to similar conclusions without using emotions. MIRANDA POST I find it difficult for me to put aside my feelings and emotions when making a decision. Although I also have found that sometimes you need to use your feeling and emotions, then others you need to put them aside. Depending on the situation at hand one or the other is better suited while making your decision, it will make it more clear. I find that professional decision need to be strict which makes it hard when I use my emotions and feelings, so I turn off the switch but approach the situation as delicately as possible. SHAWNDRA POST I approach a problem by figuring out a solution to fix it I write down the pros and cons to every solution on how to solve it. I learn from the video the steps you take to working it out and sticking to that decision but I think my biggest problem is excepting that I might can‘t fix the problem. But even from the video you have to comfortable with the outcome and make sure that you do it in a timely matter. QUITA POST Culture plays a large influence on our lives and assists in the development of our personalities.  As I read, I thought about social media and it’s influence on individual’s today.  Social media has become a culture unto itself and has a significant impact on individuals and may have a negative impact as well.  I found myself wondering, what kind of person does it take to do a viral challenge online?  Does the need for instant recognition, drive? Is the need for attention a negative personality trait? LATOYA POST It was proposed by Millar & Dollard that the primary concepts of learning theory are to suggest that ”in order to learn, one must want something, notice something, do something, and get something” (Miller & Dollard 1941, pg. 190.) How interesting to explore the theory of how we may be influenced to learn. As I was reading this portion of the chapter, I began to reflect on my motives for learning something. I have to agree that my first desire starts out as a seek, a want of something. I have to believe that no one approaches learning without a goal in mind. The remaining concepts bring clarity to my learning process, ending with the accomplishments of something. LISA POST When it comes to the learning process sometimes there is a learning dilemma. When it comes to learning, some people think that there should be an award waiting for them. A person can learn from imitation. The person can have the same behavior, as one in their family. A person can also learn by coping someone else. They behave in the same manner as another person. Then there is the matched dependent behavior, a person does the same thing as another person. He matches the person’s same reaction. NANFO POST I absolutely agree with the concept of positive reinforcement, I believe holding a child accountable for their actions, s in modifying the behavior. According to the text, Accepting behaviorism’s assertion that behavior is maintained by reinforcement, Staats considered the implications of this concept for human behavior. Two of the interventions he used early on have become widespread. In a token-reinforcer or token-economy system, desired behavior is reinforced with tokens that can be exchanged later for other reinforcers (O’Leary & Drabman, 1971). The other is the popular time-out procedure. Staats reasoned that a child who is misbehaving is being reinforced for that behavior. Taking the child out of the environment where the problematic behavior occurs will often remove the reinforcer, and with a “time out from reinforcement,” the troublesome behavior is diminished or eliminated. Staats reports introducing the concept of time-out with his own daughter in 1961-1962 and describing it to colleagues, who began using time-out procedures in their research (Staats, 1971). The procedure has become commonplace in elementary schools, where undesirable behavior can be controlled without using aversive punishment.

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