PROMPT: ANSWER ALL FOUR QUESTIONS
- Think about what you have learned about toxins, hormones, brain chemistry and the biological bases of personality. To what extent do these naturally occurring components alter someone’s basic personality? How can that happen?
- What, if anything, does Darwin’s concept of survival of the fittest have to say about the evolution of an individual’s personality?
- Recall what you learned about self-report questionnaires and reports gathered from other when you learned about types of personality tests and measurements of personality traits. Watson and Skinner and other similar theorists rejected introspection as not being sufficiently objective to be scientifically valid. What do you think they did?
- Could animals be smarter than people when the contingencies of reinforcement are considered more important than reflective thought? What does that tell us about human judgment and decision-making?
200 WORDS FOR EACH QUESTION
- 2-3 PARAGRAPHS FOR EACH QUESTIONS SUM TOO 200 WORDS
TIMES NEW ROMAN 12 FONT
SUMMARIZE IN OWN WORDS/NO IN TEXT CITATIONS AT ALL
NO GRAMMAR ISSUES/NO ERRORS/NO Lists and sentence fragments
2 CREDIBLE SCHOLARLY SOURCES REFERENCES FOR EACH QUESTION
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