Transcript: Cognitive and Operant Learning Cognitive Learning Theory Principles of Cognitive Learning Theory 1 Learners are mentally active in their attempts to make sense of those experiences. 2 Learners construct—they do not record—knowledge in the process of developing an understanding of their experiences. 3 Knowledge that is constructed depends on knowledge that learners already possess. Operant Conditioning Operant Conditioning Types of Reinforcement Types of Reinforcement Schedules of Reinforcement Used Schedules of Reinforcement Schedules of Reinforcement Not Used Schedules of Reinforcement Not Used
Transcript: Student Health Center Thankyou For Your Time ! :) Corner of Stewart & Breland 575-646-1512 hours: Monday-Friday 8:am to 11:am-1:30pm to3:30pm By: Marlyn Rodriguez Where? What's Needed to Be Able to Go? The following information must be provided at the time of your appointment in order to complete your medical evaluation: Photo ID/Student ID Current Medications Special Medical Needs or Disabilities WALK IN'S ARE WELCOME!
Transcript: ASTHMA ATTACK asthma symtoms The symtoms of asthma are coughing weezing shortness of breathe chess tightness What is asthma ? Asthma is a chronic inflammatory lung disease.people with asthma have sensative wind pipes. what age can you get asthma? you can get asthma at any age. 60% of children grow out of there asthma. What triggers asthma ? asthma is triggerd by * Dust mites * Animals * Cockroaches * Moulds * Pollens * Viral infections * Certain air pollutants Does asthma run in families ? asthma does run in the family genes you cant catch asthma from someone else. often if your parents have asthma you have a 50-60% of getting asthma. thanks for watching hope you learnt something new
Transcript: HEALTH Powerpoint (Water-soluble) Vitamins (What are water soluble vitamins?) -A vitamin that can dissolve in water. -they contain of vitamin B and C -they are vitamins that are not stored in the body and need to be replaced daily. (Water-soluble) Vitamins (What do they do?) -vitamins help obtain energy from food -vitamin B helps with vision, healthy skin, and in the nervous system by helping in red blood cell formation (What is water-soluble vitamins important for the body's functioning?) -It helps for the body to get the nutrients it needs What does water-soluble vitamins do? What does water-soluble vitamins do? Why are they important? -vitamin C is the most important one -it holds cells together, aids in healing wounds, and aids in bone and tooth formation. Why are they important? www.extension.colostate.edu www.cancer.gov www.health.com www.webmd.com http://blog.gettespo.com/water-soluble-vs-fat-soluble-vitamins Works Cited Works Cited
Transcript: By: Gaby Ortiz Pd.4 2017.08.22. All about me! I Feel peacful when... I Feel peacful when... I have some alone time, with that time I am able to read. I have some alone time, with that time I am able to read. 2. A goal for my future is... To become a photographer! To become a photographer! Q3 vs Q4 YoY I have had this goal for a while. I really enjoy taking pictures of our surroundings and capturing peoples beauty. I have had this goal for a while. I really enjoy taking pictures of our surroundings and capturing peoples beauty. 3. i like myself because... I always try to stay positive. I always try to stay positive. 4. What I enjoy the most... A couple of things are seeing my family and friends happy, myself being happy, and lastly hanging out with my friends. A couple of things are seeing my family and friends happy, myself being happy, and lastly hanging out with ... I don´t really like.... I don´t really like.... The feeling of being pressured. I hate being put on the spot since I am a very reserved person. The feeling of being pressured. I hate being put on the spot since I am a very reserved person.
Transcript: What is a Cervix? The cervix is the mouth of the uterus that sits at the back of the vagina. It's where a sperm gets in to make a baby, and how the baby comes out later. Having unprotected sex can cause cervical cancer but it also puts you in risk of other sexually transmitted dieases such as STD's, HIV's, etc. The effects of chemotherapy depends on the drugs/doses the patient takes. Anticancer usually affect blood cells which fight infection, help the blood to clot, or carry oxygen to all parts of the body. When blood cells are affected by anticancer drugs, patients are more likely to get infections, may bruise or bleed easily, and may have less energy. When chemotherapy affects these cells, patients may lose their hair and may have other side effects, such as poor appetite, nausea, vomiting, or mouth sores. Gynecologists recommends that girls have their first visit with an obstetrician-gynecologist or family doctor between ages 13 and 15, or before beginning sexual activity, to discuss sexual activity and ways to prevent sexually transmitted infections, including HPV. How to Prevent Cervical Cancer Cervical Cancer Side Effects of Biological Therapy for Cervical Cancer Cervical cancer treatment may cause cramping or other pain, bleeding, or a watery discharge.Hysterectomy is major surgery. For a few days after the operation, the woman may have pain in her lower abdomen. A woman may have difficulty emptying her bladder and may need to have a catheter inserted into the bladder to drain the urine for a few days after surgery.She also may have trouble having normal bowel movements. For a period of time after the surgery, the woman's activities should be limited to allow healing to take place, such as sexual activity. Symptoms of Cervical Cancer You wont know when you have cervical cancer when you first get it. As the cancer grows, you may have vaginal bleeding after a sexual intercourse, watery or bloody discharge that may smell or pelvic pain during a sexual intercourse or not during a sexual intercourse. The side effects of cervical cancer treatment depend mainly on the type and extent of the treatment. Cervical Cancer Surgery Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy Chemotherapy Biological Therapy for Cervical Cancer Cervical Cancer is a curable HPV but the side effects can cause problems with other parts of your body. so it is better to protect yourself if you are sexually active, practice abstinence or get the HPV shot before you become sexually active to prevent other HPV diseases as well as Cervical Cancer Its best to see a doctor if you are having symptoms that you are worried about. Talk to your doctor about when you should get a cervical scanning and how often to get them. Get a regular Pep Smear Limit the amount of your sexual partners Protect yourself in sexual activity Get the HPV Vaccine These treatments may cause flu-like symptoms such as chills, fever, muscle aches, weakness, loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea. Sometimes patients get a rash, and they may bleed or bruise easily. These problems can be severe, but they gradually go away after the treatment stops. Chemotherapy Side Effects of Cervical Cancer A lot of patients become very tired after recieving the treatment, especially weeks later. Usually, women are told not to have intercourse during radiation therapy or while an implant is in place. However, most women can have sexual relations within a few weeks after treatment ends. Sometimes, after radiation treatment, the vagina becomes narrower and less flexible, and intercourse may be painful. Patients may be taught how to use a dilator as well as a water-based lubricant to help minimize these problems. Patients who receive external or internal radiation therapy also may have diarrhea and frequent, uncomfortable urination. Studies have shown women who have many sexual partners increase their risk for cervical cancer. They also are increasing their risk of developing HPV, a known cause for cervical cancer. Getting regular pep smears can be helpful because the doctor can detect the cervical cancer before it gets any worse. the worse the cancer, the harder it is to get rid of it. By Maya Brown Side Effects of Cervical Cancer Radiation Therapy When to see a doctor? Side Effects of Cervical Cancer Surgery Cervical cancer is caused by an invisible virus that is spread by having sex, just like HIV. It's called HPV (human papillomavirus), and more than half of women have it by age 35. Most men and women don't know they have it, unless they get the kind that causes warts: little bumps you may see or feel on the woman's or man's genitals. Warts are not cancer.
Transcript: Teenagers Abuse Stimulants Justification By Alan Schwartz Presented by Lina Vo 2nd offense Hills, Thomas and Ralph Hertwig. "Why Aren't We II Vyvanse - 90 % increase of prescriptions Concerta Societal Constraints - Cardiovascular Failure - High Blood Pressure - Erectile Dysfunction - Depression - Paranoia - Hallucinations How People Are Obtaining It Amphetamines Information Smarter Already?" Current Directions in Psychological Science. 7 Oct, 2012. Web. 02 Dec, 2012 Seeking Academic Edge - Drop off effect - Loss of Appetite - Disturbed Sleep Patterns - Increased Concentration Amphetamine for patients with ADHD. Cocaine - illegal street drug - people who use it - used to get high - how it's made Strattera Schedule Drug New York Times. 9 June 2012. Web. 05 Dec, 2012. is Definitely Not a Drug": Justification for Illegal Use of ADHD Stimulants." Informa Healthcare: 31-46.31 Oct, 2009. Web. 02 Dec, 2012. Prescription Amphetamines - helps with school - made in controlled environment - doesn't get you "high" - method of intake Additional Amphetamines - 1 in 5 adults admit to illegal usage Schwartz, Alan. "Risky Rise of the Good Grade Pill." No ADHD People With ADHD 1st offense Long Term Effects Consequence of Illegal Prescription Works Cited - Misdemeanor - Minimum 2 years in Jail - Up to $5,000 fine - Felony - Minimum 5 years in Jail - Up to $5,000 fine ADHD Adderal Have ADHD?" LIVESTRONG.COM. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Dec. 2012. Prevalence of Abuse - 15% - 20% use in Colleges DeSantis, Alan D. and Audrey Curtis Hane. "Adderall False Prescriptions "What Does Adderall Do for People That Do Not - Loss of Appetite - Dehydration - Insomnia - Increased concentration - Jaw clenching - Energy boost of a Controlled Substance. N.p.,n.d. Web. 03 Dec. 2012. "Possession of a Controlled Substance." Possession Ritalin
Transcript: Stimulants By:Samantha Bentley What are Stimulants? What are Stimulants? Stimulants are a substance that raises the level of nervous activity in the body Stimulants speed the mental and physical process Stimulants also increase the alertness and energy in people History of Stimulants History of Stimulants Originally in 1930s stimulants were used to treat cases of Narcolepsy More and more people started using stimulants that in 1980 people had to actually seek treatment to stop using them In the 1880s cocaine was originally used to cure depression which people referred to it as a “magical substance” Cocaine was often prescribed to people that it started becoming a very popular ingredient in medicines Different Types of Stimulants Different Types of Stimulants Amphetamine Cocaine Nicotine Dexedrine Short Term Effects of Stimulants (negative) Short Term Effect Loss of appetite Increased heart rate Elevated blood pressure Elevated body temperature Messed up sleep patterns Hallucinations Panic Long Term Effects of Stimulants Long Term Effects Permanent damage to blood vessels of heart and brain Liver, Kidney, and lung damage Breathing problems Depression Damage to brain Disorientation The End End Sources Sources www.drugfreeworld.org www.rehabspot.com www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
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