Applied Concepts and their application to personal experiences

Applied Concepts and their application to personal experiences.

This paper will allow you to demonstrate how your experiences as a member of this society can be understood by applying concepts from the course. You will apply at least 3 concepts from the course material to your life experience. This paper will reveal thinking, emotional, and behavioral changes related to yourself, others, and social issues. You will reflect on how these concepts affect your communication with others, personal development, and cultural awareness or personal values. This paper will be at least 3 pages of text. Not included in page count is a title page and reference page. 5 pages in total. It should be double spaced and include at least 5 resources from scholarly resources. Some concepts to consider are- sound: (decibels, pitch, timbre, the structure of the ears and cochlear implants) “Place theory–Pitch corresponds to the location of the vibrating hair cells along the cochlea.•Frequency theory–Pitch is determined by the vibrating frequency of the sound wave, basilar membrane, and associated neural impulses. Pitch and Cochlea•Volley principle–Perception of pitches between 400 and 4,000 Hz is made possible by neurons working together to fire in volleys.–Sum of all the groups firing, one after another, allows for the frequency of their firing to result in the perception of the pitch of the sound.•Hearing loss is common.•Damage to hair cells or auditory nerve lead to sensorineural deafness.•Damage to eardrum or middle-ear bones cause conduction hearing impairment.•Sound does not need to be earsplitting to do damage.•Next time you use your earbuds, remember long-term exposure to loud music can cause hearing damage -Neurotransmitters and how they affect how people act -the perception of the world around us, -how males and females handle stress differently,

Applied Concepts and their application to personal experiences