A Day in Your Brain

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As people go about their day and encounter different situations and experiences, they use various cognitive processes. People often do not recognize that they are using cognitive skills, and do not understand how their brain functioning contributes to their daily life experience. This assignment provides insight into the cognitive processes that your brain goes through on a daily basis.

Create a 12- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to showcase "A Day in Your Brain." Include the following:

  • Outline your typical day, from the time you wake up, until you go to sleep.

MY TYPICAL IS IS WAKING UP AROUND 8, WORKING OUT, EATING BREAKFAST, DOING HOMEWORK, DRIVING TO WORK. AT WORK I DEAL WITH CHILDREN IN THE FOSTER CARE SYSTEM ALL DAY. I DRIVE HOME AND GO TO BED.

  • Identify 8 to 10 situations throughout the day when the following cognitive processes occur:
    • Perception
    • Attention
    • Memory
    • Language
    • Reasoning
    • Decision making
    • Problem solving
  • Explain how the cognitive processes are used in the situation, and how they help you to adapt in your environment.

Include detailed speaker notes on each slide to use as a transcript of what you would say while presenting. DO NOT REPEAT WHAT IS IN THE SLIDE. THE NOTES HAVE TO EXPLAIN THE SLIDE.

Include a minimum of two sources to support your ideas.

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School: University of Maryland

Attached.

Outline
Introduction
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A Day In Your Brain
Name
Institutional Affiliation

The brain
• The brain is the center for all cognitive processes and all experiences in
everyday life.

• It is an organ in the central nervous system, and it is unique in its functions.
• This organ function in receiving, organizing and distributing information
(Galotti, K. M. 2017).

• It controls the ability to think, our emotional intelligence and how we receive
information

Typical day
• The brain functions to help carry out different activities without being
reminded.

• These activities and experiences include; Waking up around eight o’clock,
working out and eating breakfast

• .I also drive to work and deal with the children at system care.
• In the evening I drive back home and go to bed later at night.

Cognitive processes
• The brain helps to interpret the environment and situations of our everyday
lives.

• The nervous system must adapt to sensory experiences and situations which
help to learn, encode and retain memory.

• These situations have to be done in step by step pro...

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Anonymous
Outstanding Job!!!!

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