What do you think intelligence is? How would you define it? What does it consist of? How do we know it when we see it? How might we measure it? Type your responses to these questions and bring it with you to class on Monday, September 30. Handwritten or late Critical Thinking Exercises will not be accepted.
I think intelligence is the minds ability to learn new things. Also I think it is the ability to interpret and retain information. Intelligence consists of memory and the ability to understand new ideas. Also intelligence is how we create new ideas, make decisions and reason. We can recognize intelligence when we see someone understand ideas or retain new information. We can measure intelligence by the amount of new things a person is able to learn and retain.
Student Learning Outcomes
1. Describe how our food habits are affected by the flavor, texture, and appearance of food; routines and habits; early experiences and customs; advertising; nutrition and health concerns; restaurants; social changes; and economic, as well as physiological processes affected by meal size and composition.
Flavor, Texture, and appearance are very important factors in our decisions about what to eat every day. Food industries focus on creating foods that are flavorful, appealing and healthy. That way the foods can match the tastes we have with the nutrition we need.
Routines and habits are an influence on food choices. We mostly eat from a core group of foods with around 100 items that account for 75% of one’s food intake. Most commonly purchased foods in America are milk, cereal, bottled water, soft drinks, and bread.
The foods we are introduced to in our childhood go a long way in developing healthy eating patterns throughout our adulthood. Food advertising and marketing has shown a definite effect on childhood weight gain.
Advertising captures the food interests