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Friday, June 16

  1. page 15. Mood Disorders edited ... A Celebrity's Story Demi Lovato an actress and singer found out she has the bipolar disorder.…
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    A Celebrity's Story
    Demi Lovato an actress and singer found out she has the bipolar disorder. She was in treatment when she found this out. Previously Demi self-medicated and coped with bad decisions developing an eating disorder, depression, and self-harm. When Demi found out what she was dealing with she sought out help from family, friends, and health professionals. After treatment Demi says “Now I live well with bipolar disorder,”.
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    due to either depression or bipolar disorder.
    Fact: The suicide rate for people with bipolar is 15%
    WHAT CAUSES BIPOLAR MOOD DISORDER?
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  2. page 15. Mood Disorders edited ... Previous battles with premenstrual dysphoric disorder Children, youth and depression ... a…
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    Seasonal affective disorder (SAD)
    known as "winter depression" or "winter blues", is a specifier. Some people have a seasonal pattern, with depressive episodes coming on in the autumn or winter, and resolving in spring. The diagnosis is made if at least two episodes have occurred in colder months with none at other times over a two-year period or longer. It is commonly hypothesised that people who live at higher latitudes tend to have less sunlight exposure in the winter and therefore experience higher rates of SAD, but the epidemiological support for this proposition is not strong (and latitude is not the only determinant of the amount of sunlight reaching the eyes in winter). SAD is also more prevalent in people who are younger and typically affects more females than males.
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  3. page 18. Persuasion & Advertising edited ... 1. Reciprocity: When we are indebted to someone, we feel uncomfortable, we feel the need to pa…
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    1. Reciprocity: When we are indebted to someone, we feel uncomfortable, we feel the need to pay them back somehow. This makes us give in to other's requests if, in the past, they have done something for us. For example if someone gives you a sandwich and the next day asks for a yogurt you are more likely to say yes because they gave you a sandwich yesterday and you feel as though you owe them.
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    2. Consistency: As human beings we feel the need to be consistent in our actions and choices. Once we have committed to doing something or have done something in the past we are likely not to back out and continue to repeat our actions. Once we have agreed to an action or belief we have difficulty changing our minds or opening our minds to new ideas.
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    3. Social proof: The expression “safety in numbers” is what this principle explains. If someone is caught in a situation where they are unsure of what to do they are prone to look around and observe what other people are doing and follow their lead. We are especially more susceptible to this principle when we are uncertain about what we are doing. We are also more likely to be influenced by this if we are seeing people similar to us doing it.
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Thursday, June 15

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    This advertisements goal is to make you feel guilty for being able to read and make you feel as if you owe the people who cannot read, making you want to donate.
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    changing our mindminds or opening our
    This advertisement is using consistency to make you believe that because you liked the soup in the past you will like the newer soups that they make.
    3. Social proof: The expression “safety in numbers” is what this principle explains. If someone is caught in a situation where they are unsure of what to do they are prone to look around and observe what other people are doing and follow their lead. We are especially more susceptible to this principle when we are uncertain about what we are doing. We are also more likely to be influenced by this if we are seeing people similar to us doing it.
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  2. page 03. a) Attraction edited ... Intimacy What is Intimacy? ... to your partner partner. Why is it so important? To be…
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    to your partnerpartner.
    Why is it so important?
    To be able to share our 'inner-world' with a partner we love, and to be able to share our partner's experiences, is one of the most rewarding aspects of a relationship making intimacy important part of an relationship.
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  3. page 18. Persuasion & Advertising edited ... Ethos: Advertisements using ethos try to convince you that the company is reliable, trustworth…
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    Ethos: Advertisements using ethos try to convince you that the company is reliable, trustworthy and credible. It usually mentions something about reliable statistics and experts. They often use celebrities to lend the product more credibility.
    The Six Principles:
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    our mind and feel we have a responsibility to stickopening our minds to it.new ideas.
    This advertisement is using consistency to make you believe that because you liked the soup in the past you will like the newer soups that they make.
    3. Social proof: The expression “safety in numbers” is what this principle explains. If someone is caught in a situation where they are unsure of what to do they are prone to look around and observe what other people are doing and follow their lead. We are especially more susceptible to this principle when we are uncertain about what we are doing. We are also more likely to be influenced by this if we are seeing people similar to us doing it.
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  4. page 03. a) Attraction edited ... ATTRACTION What we listen for in a voice. The sound of a sexy voice can echo for generations …
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    What we listen for in a voice. The sound of a sexy voice can echo for generations ("Happy Birthday, Mr. President... "). And the dissonance of an ear-blistering cackle can turn away even the most interested suitors (call it the Fran Drescher effect). But between these extremes, how much do we weigh the voice of a potential partner—and what do we listen for when they first open their mouths? Accents affect our perceptions, as do speed and pitch. We judge fast talkers to be more educated, and those with varied inflection to be more interesting. Men prefer higher voices in women, and women like deeper voices in men (especially when ovulating or looking for a short-term relationship). Pitch correlates only loosely with height, but is closely tied to hormone levels—meaning it's a good indicator of fertility or dominance, as well as health and attractiveness. "In general, people with attractive voices have attractive faces," says David Feinberg, a psychologist at McMaster University. If your voice eclipses your face as your star quality, keep your mouth moving. One study showed that hearing tones that matched men's or women's voices made androgynous headshots appear more masculine or feminine. In other words, a sonorous voice can actually enhance your looks.
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    Class Action
    The allure of shared pedigree.
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    Quarrels are serious and common
    Quarrels can seriously damage the relationship
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    Love
    Sees the other person’s flaws and still loves them
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