What are some nonverbal cues I can give during an interview to make the interview more acceptable?
1. Smile! We often forget to and research shows that smiling increases the likelihood that the person you are meeting will have a positive view of you. 2. Sit up straight and leave your phone in your bag or pocket! 3. Bring a pen and a professionally looking pad of paper to take notes on questions you ask. 4. Have questions to ask! 5. Slightly nod along as your interviewer is explaining something. 6. Make good strong eye contact with a strong handshake.
Describe the process of Classical Conditioning.
Classical Conditioning can be described as the process by which a previously neutral stimulus acquires the capacity to elicit a response through association with a stimulus that already elicits a similar or related response. Terms of Classical Conditioning are described below: Unconditioned Stimulus (US): a stimulus that elicits a reflective response in the absence of learning; something that elicits a response automatically or reflexively Unconditioned Response (UR): reflexive response elicited by a stimulus in the absence of learning; the response that is automatically produced Conditioned Stimulus (CS): an initially NEUTRAL stimulus that comes to elicit a response AFTER being associated with an unconditioned stimulus (US) Conditioned Response (CR): a response that is elicited by a CONDITIONED STIMULUS (CS); occurs after the CS is associated with a US
How has slavery impacted the disparities in incarceration rates and criminal sentencing for members of racial and ethnic minorities in the USA?
Racial discrimination is pervasive and deeply rooted in the American criminal justice system, which has been perpetuated throughout history through legislation, enforcement of laws, and mandatory and unequal sentencing laws. This has resulted in disproportionate and significantly higher rates of arrest, conviction, and incarceration for men and women of racial and ethnic minorities throughout the USA. This can be detected through examples such as Jim Crow laws and sentencing differences between powder and rock cocaine charges.