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  • Restorative Justice and the Future of Youth in the United Kingdom

    In recent times, restorative justice has come to be loosely defined as an approach to judicial matters than focuses on the needs of the victims as well as the offenders. This approach is taken in lieu of attempting to satisfy the abstract principles of law and order or the desire of a community or individual to apply punishment. When restorative justice is applied, victims are given an active role in the dispute, while offenders often deal face pressure to deal with their actions. In order for us to evaluate the merits of restorative justice, in particular as it pertains to youth justice in the United Kingdom, we will focus first…

  • Importance of Power Relations

    Common sense notions of power and power relations also speak of power with respect to whether it is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ – i.e. – whether it is used for positive or negative ends. Although this is an important element of study, the understanding of power relations in Psychology primarily suggests that these relationships are Positive (Hollway et al., 2007). This simply means that they do affect events and outcomes. The outcomes in question could be beneficial to one or more parties involved, could be harmful, or could be in part beneficial and in part harmful. In any of the preceding cases, it becomes important to understand the power relations between…

  • A Critical Assessment of the Humanistic Model of Psychopathology

    Davies Bhugra relates that the humanistic model was developed and sought to emphasize human nature as essentially positive and valued choices and purpose in life (92). Its basic assumption is that what is being considered normal or abnormal is subjective to and dependent on the therapist or clinician’s own frame of reference. The therapist’s goal then is to provide opportunities for the client to achieve his optimum potential by letting him be himself on the way to self-discovery (103).There are various approaches to the humanistic model and for the purposes of this presentation, includes Carl Rogers’ person-centered therapy, George Kelly’s personal construct psychology, Eric Berne’s transactional analysis, Abraham Maslow’s transpersonal…

  • The Assessment of an Employees Intelligence

    In other words, new tests can be developed to describe the elements included in any particular theory. Anderson, Herriot, Hodgkinson (2001) devoted an entire article to the necessity of “Pragmatic” Psychology being applied at work, wherein both methodological rigor and practical relevance are high. Unfortunately, they also claim that this is not where organizations are heading in their use of Psychology. It is therefore essential that the practitioner or test administrator understand and appreciate the limitations of the tests they administer, the need for stringent processes on part of tester, and the necessity of aiming for objective and unbiased results.There exist many sources of random error in psychometric testing and…

  • Archetypes Collective Unconscious and Synchronicity The Thoughts of Carl Jung

    There are a variety of possible reasons behind these perceptions, some of which will be addressed here. After providing a short biography, this paper will address some of the background elements that might have influenced his theories, mention three of the theories themselves in terms of their contribution to psychology, note some objections leveled at Jung’s ideas, and conclude with my own personal thoughts on his theories.Carl Gustav Jung was born in 1875 on the Swiss shore of Lake Constance to Paul and Emilie Jung, a village pastor and the youngest daughter of a famous-but-eccentric theologian (Stevens, 2001, p. 2). Jung’s father died when he was still in school and,…

  • Psychology Applied to Modern Life

    The individual responds to certain stimuli as a reaction to what is occurring within themselves. Would it not be important, then, to understand more than merely the internal workings of the person, but to fully comprehend the impact this individual is having on the external world around them: human behavior.Human interaction could be considered a likely situation by which to measure human behavior, which is increasingly important within the modern business world. Douglas McGregor, a renowned theorist on human behavior, theorized that works within an organization fit into two specific categories, lazy and generally inherently unresponsive to corporate needs (Theory X) and the worker that can be motivated and stimulated…

  • Rollo May

    During this period May decided that he wanted to study theology and moved back to the United States to attend school at the Union Theological Seminary. in 1938 he received his bachelor of divinity degree and went on to work as a minister for two years (Reeves 1977).One of the turning points in May’s life was when he was diagnosed with tuberculosis and spent three years living in a sanatorium. During this period he faced death and spent long hours alone, in contemplation. he became particularly interested in existentialist philosophy, reading such seminal writers as Soren Kierkegaard, who had a profound influence on his personal philosophy and intellectual development (Reeves…

  • Gender Differences in Aggression

    Women are sometimes labeled as nags, whereas men are labeled as wife beaters. This paper explores the different expressions of aggression by men and women. It presents different viewpoints, opinions, and studies by different sociologists and psychologists regarding gender differences in aggression.“Aggression is an intentional behavior that is done to cause harm or pain to another person” (Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2008). The important point in this definition of aggression is the intent to cause harm to another person. Harm caused to another human being through accidents is not considered as aggression. Aggression can either be physical or verbal, and it may be successful or unsuccessful (Spaulding, 2008). Nevertheless, whatever form…

  • How the Media Affects the Development of Gender Schemas

    The manner in which this has been presented time and again needs to be stressed more on the lines of the programs that are shown across the board and the advertising that is done courtesy the different brands and products in the name of commercialism. These need to be looked at in detail and in this paper, we explore the reasons as to why the same is so very rampant and what echoes the sentiments of these stereotypes to remain within the lounge rooms where our television sets are placed. We might care to say one thing or the other that is in complete opposition to these stereotypes but we…

  • In a Primary School What Is Assessment and Why Is It Important

    Most commonly assessment has a written format being consisted of a series of questions referring to the curriculum – specifically the part of the curriculum delivered by the tutor. However, assessment can be developed through different methods in accordance with the tutor’s plans on curriculum delivery. When other scientific sectors are involved in the educational framework, like in the case of psychology, assessment is based on the findings of clinical research – conducted in this case through an interview with the learners related with the specific research. in any case, the use of additional practices like the observation or the evaluation of written tests is possible within the context of…

  • Heteronormativity and Phallogocentrism in Jeanette Wintersons Written on Body

    Socially woman has always been regarded as an inferior person, an object while man has been regarded as a superior one and has been rewarded as a subject. And through this discrimination almost every culture woman has been denied freedom and always been suppressed. After the exorbitant unjust and immense suppression of the female body and female mind, the women have been rebelling enough now to fight against the hypocritical and pro-male social norms. They have literary defied all the male favored rules where the woman has no place at all. Occasionally they have defied morality for the sake of getting an intense love relationship. In the modern time, many…

  • New Public Management in the UK

    Indeed these were central concerns οf philosophers such as Aristotle in ancient Greece, Confucius in ancient China, and Machiavelli in medieval Italy. But the conception οf the activist, bureaucratic state, despite its earlier parallels, is in practice an essentially twentieth-century phenomenon. The characteristics οf this bureaucratic state were set out most clearly by the German sociologist Max Weber in 1920, with strong echoes οf earlier writings by the American Woodrow Wilson (Hughes, 1998):Further refinement οf the traditional model οf public administration came through the application οf private sector based ideas οf scientific management, which introduced efficient operational methods based on standardization οf tasks, one best way οf fitting workers to…

  • Restorative Justice and the Future of Youth in the United Kingdom

    In recent times, restorative justice has come to be loosely defined as an approach to judicial matters than focuses on the needs of the victims as well as the offenders. This approach is taken in lieu of attempting to satisfy the abstract principles of law and order or the desire of a community or individual to apply punishment. When restorative justice is applied, victims are given an active role in the dispute, while offenders often deal face pressure to deal with their actions. In order for us to evaluate the merits of restorative justice, in particular as it pertains to youth justice in the United Kingdom, we will focus first…

  • Importance of Power Relations

    Common sense notions of power and power relations also speak of power with respect to whether it is ‘good’ or ‘bad’ – i.e. – whether it is used for positive or negative ends. Although this is an important element of study, the understanding of power relations in Psychology primarily suggests that these relationships are Positive (Hollway et al., 2007). This simply means that they do affect events and outcomes. The outcomes in question could be beneficial to one or more parties involved, could be harmful, or could be in part beneficial and in part harmful. In any of the preceding cases, it becomes important to understand the power relations between…

  • A Critical Assessment of the Humanistic Model of Psychopathology

    Davies Bhugra relates that the humanistic model was developed and sought to emphasize human nature as essentially positive and valued choices and purpose in life (92). Its basic assumption is that what is being considered normal or abnormal is subjective to and dependent on the therapist or clinician’s own frame of reference. The therapist’s goal then is to provide opportunities for the client to achieve his optimum potential by letting him be himself on the way to self-discovery (103).There are various approaches to the humanistic model and for the purposes of this presentation, includes Carl Rogers’ person-centered therapy, George Kelly’s personal construct psychology, Eric Berne’s transactional analysis, Abraham Maslow’s transpersonal…

  • The Assessment of an Employees Intelligence

    In other words, new tests can be developed to describe the elements included in any particular theory. Anderson, Herriot, Hodgkinson (2001) devoted an entire article to the necessity of “Pragmatic” Psychology being applied at work, wherein both methodological rigor and practical relevance are high. Unfortunately, they also claim that this is not where organizations are heading in their use of Psychology. It is therefore essential that the practitioner or test administrator understand and appreciate the limitations of the tests they administer, the need for stringent processes on part of tester, and the necessity of aiming for objective and unbiased results.There exist many sources of random error in psychometric testing and…

  • Archetypes Collective Unconscious and Synchronicity The Thoughts of Carl Jung

    There are a variety of possible reasons behind these perceptions, some of which will be addressed here. After providing a short biography, this paper will address some of the background elements that might have influenced his theories, mention three of the theories themselves in terms of their contribution to psychology, note some objections leveled at Jung’s ideas, and conclude with my own personal thoughts on his theories.Carl Gustav Jung was born in 1875 on the Swiss shore of Lake Constance to Paul and Emilie Jung, a village pastor and the youngest daughter of a famous-but-eccentric theologian (Stevens, 2001, p. 2). Jung’s father died when he was still in school and,…

  • Psychology Applied to Modern Life

    The individual responds to certain stimuli as a reaction to what is occurring within themselves. Would it not be important, then, to understand more than merely the internal workings of the person, but to fully comprehend the impact this individual is having on the external world around them: human behavior.Human interaction could be considered a likely situation by which to measure human behavior, which is increasingly important within the modern business world. Douglas McGregor, a renowned theorist on human behavior, theorized that works within an organization fit into two specific categories, lazy and generally inherently unresponsive to corporate needs (Theory X) and the worker that can be motivated and stimulated…

  • Rollo May

    During this period May decided that he wanted to study theology and moved back to the United States to attend school at the Union Theological Seminary. in 1938 he received his bachelor of divinity degree and went on to work as a minister for two years (Reeves 1977).One of the turning points in May’s life was when he was diagnosed with tuberculosis and spent three years living in a sanatorium. During this period he faced death and spent long hours alone, in contemplation. he became particularly interested in existentialist philosophy, reading such seminal writers as Soren Kierkegaard, who had a profound influence on his personal philosophy and intellectual development (Reeves…

  • Gender Differences in Aggression

    Women are sometimes labeled as nags, whereas men are labeled as wife beaters. This paper explores the different expressions of aggression by men and women. It presents different viewpoints, opinions, and studies by different sociologists and psychologists regarding gender differences in aggression.“Aggression is an intentional behavior that is done to cause harm or pain to another person” (Encyclopedia of Psychology, 2008). The important point in this definition of aggression is the intent to cause harm to another person. Harm caused to another human being through accidents is not considered as aggression. Aggression can either be physical or verbal, and it may be successful or unsuccessful (Spaulding, 2008). Nevertheless, whatever form…

  • How the Media Affects the Development of Gender Schemas

    The manner in which this has been presented time and again needs to be stressed more on the lines of the programs that are shown across the board and the advertising that is done courtesy the different brands and products in the name of commercialism. These need to be looked at in detail and in this paper, we explore the reasons as to why the same is so very rampant and what echoes the sentiments of these stereotypes to remain within the lounge rooms where our television sets are placed. We might care to say one thing or the other that is in complete opposition to these stereotypes but we…

  • In a Primary School What Is Assessment and Why Is It Important

    Most commonly assessment has a written format being consisted of a series of questions referring to the curriculum – specifically the part of the curriculum delivered by the tutor. However, assessment can be developed through different methods in accordance with the tutor’s plans on curriculum delivery. When other scientific sectors are involved in the educational framework, like in the case of psychology, assessment is based on the findings of clinical research – conducted in this case through an interview with the learners related with the specific research. in any case, the use of additional practices like the observation or the evaluation of written tests is possible within the context of…

  • Heteronormativity and Phallogocentrism in Jeanette Wintersons Written on Body

    Socially woman has always been regarded as an inferior person, an object while man has been regarded as a superior one and has been rewarded as a subject. And through this discrimination almost every culture woman has been denied freedom and always been suppressed. After the exorbitant unjust and immense suppression of the female body and female mind, the women have been rebelling enough now to fight against the hypocritical and pro-male social norms. They have literary defied all the male favored rules where the woman has no place at all. Occasionally they have defied morality for the sake of getting an intense love relationship. In the modern time, many…

  • New Public Management in the UK

    Indeed these were central concerns οf philosophers such as Aristotle in ancient Greece, Confucius in ancient China, and Machiavelli in medieval Italy. But the conception οf the activist, bureaucratic state, despite its earlier parallels, is in practice an essentially twentieth-century phenomenon. The characteristics οf this bureaucratic state were set out most clearly by the German sociologist Max Weber in 1920, with strong echoes οf earlier writings by the American Woodrow Wilson (Hughes, 1998):Further refinement οf the traditional model οf public administration came through the application οf private sector based ideas οf scientific management, which introduced efficient operational methods based on standardization οf tasks, one best way οf fitting workers to…

  • WEEK3FORUMASSIGNMENT

    Click on the link below or copy and paste it into your web browserURL address box at the top of your screen and watch the brief interview of Dr. Laurence Steinberg about nature’s versusnurture’s impact on human development.https://bigthink.com/videos/why-some-apples-fall-far-from-the-treeIn this video with accompanying transcript, Dr. Laurence Steinberg, Professor of Psychology at Temple University, explains the latest research findings into the nature versusnurture debate, highlighting the need to break down the false dichotomy between genes and the environment.By Wednesday of this week, for your initial post, share your thoughts on the message from Dr. Steinberg combined with the following based your own knowledge and experience:Think about and compare two people you know.Each…

  • TheoristPaperandPresentationDirections

    The goal of this project is to expand the level of understanding of psychology’s prominent theorists and their contribution to the science.  Here are the directions for your paper/presentation:1. Sandra Bem2. If your theorist is discussed in our textbook, read the material about your theorist in our textbook and then locate 3 additional sources of information about your theorist that are not located within the textbook. Cite them on your reference page in APA format. The reference page will go at the back of your paper.  Use these resources in your project.3. This PPT presentation will include information previously unknown to the professor and colleagues in your class.  Find the…

  • Strategic_HRD_Research_Proposal_Instructions1

    Strategic HRD Research proposalWrite a 4,000-word paper that includes the following sections:1) Substantive and compelling articulation of the current HRD theory/practice problem, related need for further research, and related Christian worldview implications/drivers.2) Literature Review: Synthesize a review of the most salient literature related to the proposed research need/topic.3) Proposed Research Methodology: Delineate a methodologically and theoretically sound approach for investigating the proposed research need/topic.4) Envisioned HRD Theory/Practice Contribution: Provide a compelling, yet appropriately realistic, articulation of the envisioned impact that the proposed research project output will have on the evolving state of HRD theory/practice.5) Envisioned Impact on God’s World: Provide a compelling, yet appropriately realistic, articulation of the envisioned redemptive…

  • Strategic_HRD_Research_Proposal_Grading_Rubric

    Strategic HRD Research Proposal Grading Rubric Student: A to A- B+ to B- Failing Synthesis of Knowledge (Focus/Thesis) 30% 110–117 Student exhibits a defined and clear understanding of the assignment.Thesis is clearly defined and well constructed to help guide the reader throughout the assignment.Student builds upon the thesis of the assignment with well-documented and exceptional supporting facts, figures, and/or statements. 103–109 Establishes a good comprehension of topic and in the building of the thesis. Student demonstrates an effective presentation of thesis, with most support statements helping to support the key focus of assignment. 0–108 Student exhibits a basic understanding of the intended assignment, but the thesis is not fully supported…

  • ResearchPaper75points3

    1. Research Paper      75 points (See Grading Rubric Below)The purpose of this assignment is to provide you with an opportunity to move from beyond basic mastery of developmental aspects of behavior to a more advanced integrative knowledge of the ways in which development is a constant interplay of affective, biological, cognitive, social, and other aspects of behaviors. For this paper you are asked to select a topic or issue in developmental psychology that you would like to learn more about. After reviewing a minimum of 12 peer-reviewed journal articles and/or scholarly books, you will write a paper that outlines your topic and explains its relevance to developmental psychology. In your review…

  • PSYC420EssayTopics

    Essay TopicsEssay 1 – Module/Week 2:Topic:EpistemologyDefine epistemology and describe the 3 models of how certain we are that our perceptions mirror reality. Which position do you hold, and why? What are the different methods of knowing (seeEntwistlechapter 5)? What are the limitations of these (or any) methods of knowing? What methods of knowing are appropriate for Christians, and why?Essay 2 – Module/Week 3:Topic:Philosophical AnthropologyDefine philosophical anthropology and compare the psychological and theological understandings of philosophical anthropology. Identify several distinct contributions offered by psychology that are absent (not offered in detail) from Christian theology. Identify several distinct contributions offered by Christian theology that are absent (or not offered in detail) from…

  • PSY104ChildandAdolescentDevelopmentWk4A

    Psychosocial DevelopmentChanda CrewsPSY 104 Child and Adolescent DevelopmentInstructor: Julian AchimDecember 13, 2019Psychosocial DevelopmentAge-appropriate refers to the particular age in which a child goes through as a mode of the development period. Different psychologists have given out different views on the various stages in which a child develops in consideration of specific events, which take place (Cherry, 2018). The first stage outlined by Erikson in his development theory is none other than the hope, which takes place in every child under the age of two years. In this stage, a child has room to evaluate the environment as a way of developing either trust or mistrust. As illustrated by Erikson, the…

  • Option3

    Option #3 PsychotherapyWrite 1-2 pages on your thoughts regarding psychotherapy, addressing the following questions therein:What do you think of people who go to psychotherapy? Why do they go? Does therapy work?Your response should include well researched forms of therapy, the purpose, and treatment goals. Your response may include your opinion as well.Learning Objective(s) Targeted:SLO 3: Describe some of the prominent perspectives and approaches used in the study of psychology.SLO 6: Identify factors in physiological and psychological processes involved in human behavior

  • MGT491SLP1

    The following is a list of some of the resources available in the Trident Online Library related to the HR field.Academic ResearchJournal of Applied PsychologyThis journal focuses on the applications of psychology research. This research journal is a good source for learning about the latest developments in cognitive, motivational and behavioral psychology and implications for the workplace. It is available through Business Source Complete in the Trident Online Library.Personnel Psychology: A Journal of Applied ResearchThis scholarly journal has practical utility in that it centers on personnel psychology. The articles focus on the latest research on selection and recruitment, training, leadership, rewards, and diversity. It is available through Business Source Complete…

  • Psychology

    10 pg essay on individualism vs. collectivismUse APA style subheadings, double-spacing, 12-point font, one-inch margins (left, right, top, and bottom), page numbering, and logical flow from topic to topic.Information and/or quotes from other sources should be relevant and thoughtfully placed. Consult the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, sixth edition, for proper form of citations and references. You may use sources from the Web, your textbook or other books, and scientific journals. Magazines and newspapers are generally not acceptable. For instance, the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology is acceptable, but Psychology Today is not. If you are not sure, ask your instructor.The following criteria will be considered in…

  • Psychology

    Dweck discusses nature versus nurture when she asks whether negotiators, managers and leaders are “born or made.” What are her conclusions and what examples does she provide? Do you agree? Why or why not?10/05/202010psychology

  • Violence in Media

    Violence in MediaCompetencies Addressed in This DiscussionThis discussion addresses the following competencies: Competency 1: Apply theoretical perspectives to motives for criminal behavior. Competency 3: Analyze the relationship between society and criminal behavior. Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in criminal psychology.IntroductionThe impact of the media on violence is an area of ongoing debate. This media includes, but is not limited to, video games, movies, and news reporting. The debate focuses on the way media influences or promotes the general acceptance of violent behavior in society, including the focus on long-term psychological effects that violent media may have on the development of children. One group may argue that violence…

  • Mental Measures for Juvenile Offenders

    Mental Measures for Juvenile OffendersCompetencies Addressed in This AssignmentThis assignment addresses the following competencies: Competency 1: Apply theoretical perspectives to motives for criminal behavior. Competency 2: Analyze the relationship between criminal psychology and criminal law. Competency 3: Analyze the relationship between society and criminal behavior. Competency 4: Apply scholarly research findings to topics in criminal psychology. Competency 5: Explain mental health testing and standards applicable in criminal courts. Competency 6: Communicate effectively in a professional manner.IntroductionDSM-5 is a standard diagnostic tool for psychiatric disorders. It contains three main sections: “DSM-5 Basics,” “Diagnostic Criteria and Codes,” and “Emerging Measures and Models.” The complete DSM archive (I–IV) plus eight reference books and…

  • Annotated Bibliography

    This is a reference page! You will need to find 4 journal articles on a topic in psychology and cite the reference with a brief description of the journal article underneath. The references must be academically credible and examine either the theoretical issues or report empirical data following a common theme( i.e examining one psychological phenomenon with relevance to the modern world.) The annotated bibliography should show understanding and thoughtful reflection in a topic that speaks to the mission and objectives of the course.24/04/202025psychology

  • Essay on HR as a strategic tool

    How would you make the case for HR as a strategic, as opposed to administrative, function of an organization? What evidence exists to support this claim from the HR and psychology research?26/04/20202humanresource-management

  • Psychology

    InstructionsAnalyze: Different Research DesignsEvaluation Title: Research DesignFor this first assignment, you will analyze different types of research. To begin, please read and view the following materials: Rice University. (2017). 2.2 Approaches to research (Links to an external site.). in, Psychology. OpenStax. [Electronic version] University of Minnesota Libraries Publishing. (2010). 2.2 Psychologists use descriptive, correlational, and experimental research designs to understand behavior (Links to an external site.). In Introduction to Psychology. [Electronic version] Select one research design from columnA and column B. ColumnA = Experimental Design or Correlational Design. ColumnB = Case Study, Naturalistic Observation, Survey, or Longitudinal/Cross-Sectional1. Design Describe the design.2. Discuss the strengths and weaknesses of the design.3. Give…

  • 12 Page assignment

    Assignment: Replication, Generalization, and External ValidityIn the Discussion for this week, you addressed one of the threats to the internal validity of a study, that is, confounding variables. This Application Assignment will challenge you to consider possible threats to external validity. Generalization is the extent to which relations among variables in research studies can be demonstrated among a wide variety of people and across different settings. When the results of a research study are generalizable to additional populations and settings, the study demonstrates external validity. However, if a research study is only valid for the particular sample used in the study, then it is not very helpful to the study…

  • Education Assignment Need This Done Thursday May 7 2020 By 12pm PACIFIC TIME ZONE

    APA FORMAT & NO WORK CITED PAGEEDUCATION ASSIGNMENTRESPONSE MUST BE EXACTLY 150 WORDS!!Use the files and the link below to answer the ending question.In this unit, I have asked you to investigate learning styles and how we might use them in a classroom. I have asked you to consider how we learn, which I believe is key to understanding how we teach. Finally I have asked you to watch several videos from Mooney. His unique specialty is the way in which we label special needs children, and what are some of the implications for the classroom. These are three separate, yet very connected aspects of what it means to be…

  • Juvenile Psychology

    Answer the following questions with 350 words or more.Review the Juvenile Justice System Structure & Process case flow diagram on the U.S. Department of Justice website, located at http://www.ojjdp.gov/ojstatbb/structure_process/case.html. Which aspect of thissystem ofthis system do you find to be the most significant in working with juveniles? Remember to keep in mind early intervention,and the purpose of the system.Research the juvenile system in Virginia, USA–what do methods do they use torehabilitate orintervene with the youth.Can you support its effectiveness?17/05/202015law

  • Implementation and Measurement of Outcomes With Beefsteak Case Study [WLOs 2 3 4] [CLOs 1 2 3]

    Prior to beginning work on this assignment, Read Chapter 16 in Applied Psychology in Talent Management.This week’s topic has been the considerations and design of training and development programs. Draw upon your reflections of the readings and discussion this week as you apply the Beefsteak Case Study to this assignment.For this assignment, you will assess methods of training and development such as presentation, hands-on, group building, or technology-based training program for the managers of Beefsteak. You will need to determine how Beefsteak, with its quick growth, will train managers as the company continues to expand. Include the essential elements for measuring training outcomes from Chapter 16 of the course textbook.…

  • Psych

    1. Come up with a research topic and provide your reasoning for choosing such topic. (e.g., Clinical psychology)2. Choose a population and a sample for your study.a. (e.g., CSUSB students) (e.g., 100 students from psychology department)3. Choose two ideas that you want to test (variables that you want to study).a. e.g., Mindfulnessb. e.g., Depression4. Provide a clear operationalized definition of the variables.a. e.g., Mindfulness: deliberately paying attention to thoughts and feelings with curiosity.b. e.g., Depression: persistent sadness about life due to lack of energy and interest5. How do you plan to quantify or measure those variables? Develop at least 5 questions for each variable (total 10 questions) and choose a…

  • Db

    I forgot to add Part 2.)Part 1:Chapter one of the course textbook discusses what makes the human service field distinct from other fields, such as social work and counseling psychology. For the first part of your thread, discuss why the human service field is a much needed profession and share one or two possible careers that you might be interested in pursuing. Remember that the Human Service degree is designed to prepare individuals with the necessary skills to participate in agency related activities (community care, court, agency, etc.) and does not fulfill licensure requirements. Students planning to apply for state licensureshould contact their academic advisor for information on degree programs…

  • “PSY4207Week 3 Assignment Gestalt&#x27

    s Contributions to Learning Theory”Prepare a PowerPoint presentation suitable for presentation to a high school psychology class in which you explain and illustrate the Gestalt principles of perception. Be sure to note the following points: Who were the key scientists who discovered the Gestalt principles of perception? What was their historical background? What are the key Gestalt principles of perception? How did the discovery of these principles fundamentally change views on human learning and perception?Incorporate appropriate animations, transitions, and graphics as well as “speaker notes” for each slide. The speaker notes may be comprised of brief paragraphs or bulleted lists.Support your presentation with at least 2 scholarly resources. In addition…

  • Psychology

    Please watch the podcast below and write a reflection report of 2-3 pages. Use the question below to help you write this reflection journal.3th PodcastTopic: The rise of Anti-Vaxxershttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SM_IwaeifSwWhat is the central claim/argument of the podcast? What are the key concepts, principal purpose? What is the podcast trying to teach? Do you agree or disagree with the message? Why, Why not? What are your emotions/feelings relating to this podcast? Do you think is ethical or unethical? What impact does it seek to achieve upon its audience? Would you describe the major issues and stories as essential important? Why? Why not? To what extent did the podcast leave you with a…

  • Asap asap psychology

    1. Topic —- Adaptive Behavior Assessment System – Third Edition (ABAS-III)2. The paper must cover the following: An Overview Psychometric Properties (i.e., reliability, validity, and population) Theoretical Foundation/Framework Format & Administration (i.e., Indexes/Composites, Subtests) Scores Interpretations & Implication Strengths & Weaknesses3. The final draft must be typed in Times New Roman font, 12 pts., single spaced, page numbered, and a layout in adherence with APA style format.The cover and reference pages will not count toward the total minimum requirement of 3 pages for this project.4. The term paper is due April 28th, 2020.Posted: 7 hours agoDue: 30/04/2020Budget: $40Tags: urgent asapAnswers 0Bids 101Dr.ManahilGrace GradesGuru OliviaDr. Michelle_KMQuality AssignmentsMusyokionesQuickly answer Doctor_EdwardGreat-WritersEARNESTWRITERAmanda SmithDr. AmeerahMoen ZafarProfRubbsBrainy Brianabdul_rehman_Homework ProDr…

  • Psychology

    Q1. To what extent do you think is it necessary for the leader of a multicultural team to befamiliar and accustomed with the culture of each member of the team ?Q2. To what extent do you consider that Transcultural competence is crucial whenmanaging and leading a multicultural and diversified team. Are we born with or we canacquire this competence. Discuss.27/05/202020socialscience

  • Drafting Text

    Provide necessary context in the introduction to transition the reader into the thesis. Include support literature that effectively leads into your topic argument. Articulate a thesis that describes a gap or niche in the literature that your argument can fill. Support the main points of the paper with evidence. Completely present your paper’s argument so your peer reviewer can give you useful feedback on your draft.Based on 3 articles:1. Bandura, A., & Jourden F. (1991). “Self-regulatory mechanisms governing the impact ofsocial comparison on complex decision making.” Journal of Personality and SocialPsychology 60(6), (1991): 941-51.2. Esteban-Guitart, M. (2018). The biosocial foundation of the early Vygotsky: Educational psychology before the zone of…

  • Social pyschology

    SECTION AQuestion 1: (Compulsory – Answer both Parts A and B)a) Compare and contrast two major theories of how the self is formed by socialinteractionif you want answer this question (1a) you first define self, talkp around the self , put self into yourself ,awareness of the self .fake impostor , the purpose of the self and the important of concept.Now go into social identity –with the founded by Heiry Tafen 1960 and John Turner 1970Talk about where originate from BritainTalk about the theory of the group example predujuice, discrimation, sterotype, Norm, comprise, conformity, group decision make and diversity.With social psychology was predicted individual metal theory difference behavior and social…

  • Psychology qe DUE 5 13 2020

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  • Causes of Depression in Athletes

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  • Positive Psychology at the Movies

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  • The Act of Altruism

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