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Subject: Psychology

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What are some ways in which we form our attitudes?

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We form our attitudes in the following ways: mere exposure, basic learning processes (classical conditioning, instrumental conditioning, observational learning), cognitive appraisal, self-perception, physical movement, and genetics.

Subject: ACT

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When dealing with undue anxiety for taking the ACT, what is one of the best ways to reduce this anxiety and be more confident in yourself taking the exam?

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Practice. The more you practice the exam--WITH time constraints--the more you will become desensitized to anxiety pertaining to the test.

Subject: Cognitive Science

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What is the Neuroplastic Theory of Affective Disorders?

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A theory that suggests depression results from a reduction in the synthesis of neurotophins in cortical areas, along with a decrease in adult neurogenesis within the hippocampus. Antidepressant drugs, injections of ketamine, and electrical and/or magnetic stimulation promote neuroplastic mechanisms, which support this theory.

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