Does our temperament in childhood always stick with us in adulthood?
What would your family say your temperament was like as a baby? Were you easy going,” difficult to keep content, or slow to warm up?”
Which personality traits of your childhood have remained with you through adulthood?
As you think about how you became the person you are today, distinguish between traits you believe you obtained from your family versus traits you think your environment shaped. Share at least one example from your life.
We know that specific cultures value certain personality traits.Could parents alter the personality of their newborn to make them be more socially desirable as adults by influencing the development of these traits through genes or environment? How might they do this?
- Select an article from a web site, book, newspaper, magazine, or journal. Imagine that you are delivering an evaluation to the author.
- The methodology section is one of the core components of the grant. This section is concerned with addressing the question: How will you carry out the project?
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- Deaths due to opioid/heroin overdoses have increased dramatically over the last decade.
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- Review the information at the American Red Cross web site regarding Blood and Blood Needs at http://www.redcrossblood.org/learn-about-blood/blood-facts-and-statistics. Post your comments about the information on this page that was new to you or surprised you. Post your thoughts of about 300 words by Friday. Respond to at least two classmates posts by Sunday. Remember to include your in-text citations and references – properly formatted!
- C.S. Lewis’ novel The Great Divorce.
- Describe an existing organization with which you have had personal experience and its objective(s).