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Unit 3 Discussion 1 & 2? $30.00 Due (Sunday) 7/22/2018.  

Unit 3 Discussion 1

Alternatives to Pregroup Interviews

According to the Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW), ethical practice entails conducting a pregroup interview with each prospective member for purposes of screening, orientation, and selection. If you found it was highly impractical or impossible to interview people individually, what alternatives might you consider? Incorporate the assigned readings and relevant literature to substantiate alternatives to individual pregroup interviews. 

Unit 3 Discussion 2

Theoretical Application in Groups

This discussion is based on the article you selected from the provided readings addressing the application of therapeutic perspectives in counseling groups. Describe how the specific counseling theory is applied in a group setting to guide interventions. What evidence is provided in the article to support the effectiveness of the approach for the selected population and focus of the group?

Resources

· Discussion Participation Scoring Guide.

· Association for Specialists in Group Work.

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Marginalized Group Career Counseling Outline

Create an outline for the “Marginalized Group Career Counseling Essay” in Topic 8.

Include at least four required scholarly references for the paper in your outline.

Refer to “Four Main Components for Effective Outlines,” located on the Purdue OWL website for help in completing your assignment. 

https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/544/01/  see below:

Four Main Components for Effective Outlines

Parallelism—

Each heading and subheading should preserve parallel structure. If the first heading is a verb, the second heading should be a verb. Example: CHOOSE DESIRED COLLEGES PREPARE APPLICATION

(“Choose” and “Prepare” are both verbs. The present tense of the verb is usually the preferred form for an outline.)

Coordination—

All the information contained in Heading 1 should have the same significance as the information contained in Heading 2. The same goes for the subheadings (which should be less significant than the headings). Example:

I. VISIT AND EVALUATE COLLEGE CAMPUSES VISIT AND EVALUATE COLLEGE WEBSITES Note important statistics Look for interesting classes

(Campus and websites visits are equally significant. They are part of the main tasks you would need to do. Finding statistics and classes found on college websites are parts of the process involved in carrying out the main heading topics.)

Subordination—

The information in the headings should be more general, while the information in the subheadings should be more specific. Example:

I. DESCRIBE AN INFLUENTIAL PERSON IN YOUR LIFE Favorite high school teacher Grandparent

(A favorite teacher and grandparent are specific examples from the generalized category of influential people in your life.)

Division—

Each heading should be divided into 2 or more parts. Example:

I. COMPILE RÉSUMÉ List relevant coursework List work experience List volunteer experience

(The heading “Compile Résumé” is divided into 3 parts.)

Technically, there is no limit to the number of subdivisions for your headings; however, if you seem to have a lot, it may be useful to see if some of the parts can be combined.

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For Essays Guru – Case Study on Moral Status

Write a 800 word analysis of “Case Study”: Fetal Abnormality. Be sure to address the following questions.

1. Which theory or theories are being used by Jessica, Marco, Maria, and Dr. Wilson to determine the moral status of the fetus? Explain.

2. How does the theory determine or influence each of their recommendation for action?

3. What theory do you agree with? How would that theory determine or influence the recommendation for action?

An abstract is not required.  APA format. Minimum 3 references.

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Create a research question in the field of psychology that you are interested in researching. Write questions clearly. Include a brief background of the problem you are proposing and why it is important to the field of psychology.

 Details:

In 1,500 words, answer the following questions about possible research options. Create a research question in the field of psychology that you are interested in researching. Write questions clearly. Include a brief background of the problem you are proposing and why it is important to the field of psychology. State the null and alternative hypothesis (in both words and statistical notation) need to address the research question. Choose which statistical test would be used to conduct the study and support it with research. Describe the type of data needs to be collected to conduct the study and what techniques are best for collecting data.

Use three to five scholarly resources to support your explanations.

Prepare this assignment according to the guidelines found in the APA Style Guide, located in the Student Success Center. An abstract is not required.

This assignment uses a rubric. Please review the rubric prior to beginning the assignment to become familiar with the expectations for successful completion.

You are required to submit this assignment to Turnitin. Please refer to the directions in the Student Success Cente

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Biopsychology Paper

Film analysis:  “A Beautiful Mind” (as the main plot or big reveal at the end) and analyzes what is going on with the character or characters and summarizes how it was handled. 

The paper must:

1.Have a good summary of the movie

2.Have a good summary/outline of the problem at hand (of the character/characters)

3.Explain if there was any intervention or treatment for the character/s (therapy, medication, etc.)

4.Explain what you would have done in that situation (either as the person afflicted or the person trying to help)

5.Explain if it does a good job portraying the illness in your opinion, or if it just makes the person/illness look better/worse/different than you think it should

6. 1 ½ to 2 pages, nothing more.

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Assignment 1: Cognitive Distortion

 

Cognitive theories emphasize the impact of thoughts on emotions and behaviors. Albert Ellis’s rational-emotive behavior therapy (REBT) involves the identification of irrational thoughts, the subsequent emotions, and the resulting behaviors using the A-B-C model. Treatment extends this to the A-B-C-D-E model, as those thoughts are disputed and alternative, more rational effects are the results:

Steps in the Rational-Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT) ModelAActivating an eventBBelief about the eventCEmotional and behavioral consequences of the beliefDDispute or debate the beliefENew rational effects or beliefs and new emotions and new behaviors

Aaron Beck’s cognitive therapy (CT) is designed to identify dysfunctional thoughts as well; in his theory, they are referred to as “cognitive distortions.”

Types of Cognitive DistortionsAll-or-nothing thinking”Should” and “must” statementsOvergeneralizationLabeling and mislabelingMental filter and selective abstractionPersonalizationDisqualifying the positiveCatastrophizingJumping to conclusions and arbitrary inferencesMind readingMagnification or minimizationTunnel visionEmotional reasoning

Adapted from “Labeling the Distortion” by Seligman and Reichenberg (2014). Tasks:

In a minimum of 200 words, post your responses to the following:

Read the case study of Aaron.

 The Case of Aaron Aaron is a highly intelligent, 11-year-old son of an unemotional, overly intellectual, divorced woman who works as a mathematician at one of the Los Angeles missile and space laboratories. His father lives in another part of the country and has no contact with him. Aaron is often left home in the care of a neighbor while his mother works late or travels to professional conferences. Although Aaron is pleasant in appearance, his behavior is extremely disruptive. He runs from game to game and toy to toy in the counselor’s office, never letting the counselor help him to enjoy any one activity. He actively avoids the counselor’s offers to play. He behaves aggressively in a haphazard, unpredictable way, crying for the counselor’s attention, but becoming angry and withdrawn when she gives him some warmth. He tends to criticize his mother, often describing her as hostile and rejecting. He also criticizes his previous counselors at the clinic regarding their treatment of him. He expresses dissatisfaction with the clinic’s toys, playrooms, and lack of electronic/video games. He blames his failure to be happy on his mother, his missing father, school, or his previous counselors. He often tells the counselor that his mother does not like him. According to Aaron, his school is also bad, his teachers do not understand him, and the other kids pick on him. He reports that no one really cares about him and that he has no friends. Vocally and physically aggressive at times, he might with equal suddenness become withdrawn and almost detached from reality. He will start a game, then destroy it if he suffers even one minor setback. He walks away from outdoor play with the counselor, then returns to beg her for candy. He runs away, hides, and tries to make the counselor look for him all over the clinic. Continually begging for ice cream or for money, he becomes detached when his requests are refused. If difficult topics come up in sessions, he stops suddenly and runs, screams, or talks gibberish. 

Based on the case study: Identify six of the cognitive distortions listed in the table above that apply to the case study of Aaron. Cite evidence from the case for each type you identified. For each type you identified, apply the A-B-C portion of Ellis’s theory and then create a D and an E.

Now, address the following questions: Is the cognitive approach a good fit for Aaron? Why or why not? What type of client is best suited for cognitive therapy (CT)? Is it most suitable for particular cultures, ages, genders, or presenting problems? Why or why not?

Support your rationale and analyses by using at least two resources from professional literature in your response. Professional literature may include the Argosy University online library resources; relevant textbooks; peer-reviewed journal articles; and websites created by professional organizations, agencies, or institutions (.edu or .gov).

Your discussion posts and all written assignments should reflect graduate-level writing skills and appropriate use of APA style, including in-text citations and references.

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psycholgy

2pgs on,what personality theory does the role taking of underage drinking relate to? APA format cite all sources , 1-2  references

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3 Part Final Project- VAL

  

(1) Final Project: Topic Selection

Instructions: identify the topic for your final project. It is brief, but requires some thought and a little research.

· First, identify a moral issue in your local community. You may find this in a number of ways, including direct experience in your local community, a local newspaper, local radio, etc.

· In a paper at least 400 words long explain how the issue you have chosen is a moral issue.

· Provide at least two references that show you will be able to do research on this issue.

(2) Final Project: Development

Instructions: In a paper of between 400 and 800 words provide the following overview of your final project.

· State the position you will support.

· Sketch the relevant background for the issue.

· Sketch the argument you will make in the paper supporting your position. Mention at least 2 authors/ideas/theories found in this course which you will use in the final composition.

· Give at least one objection that an opponent to your position may offer.

· Briefly, how will you respond to your opponent?

(3) Final Project: Paper

Instructions: This is a 1,200-1,700 word analytical paper on a local issue that you isolate and develop. You will have the topic approved in week 4. You will choose a moral issue, consider and fairly state opposing views on this issue and offer a clear argument in support of one of those views. The paper will apply moral theories using logical analysis, in order to demonstrate your understanding of complex real world moral issues. The paper will use the elements of philosophical reasoning to identify and analyze a moral issue in the local community thereby demonstrating the relevance of philosophical thinking to everyday life. See the grading rubric for more details.

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Discussion 4

 

The assignment in the folder below

I uploaded  chapter 10 (language) >> the ones we have covered this week + a link for documentary video 

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PS 350 ASSIGNMENT- 8

     

Instructions

 

Directions: Be sure to save an electronic copy of your   answer before submitting it to Ashworth College for grading. Unless otherwise   stated, answer in complete sentences, and be sure to use correct English,   spelling, and grammar. Sources must be cited in APA format. Your response   should be four (4) double‐spaced pages; refer to the “Format Requirementsʺ   page for specific format requirements.

Part A: Sleep Stages

Your textbook   describes the different stages of sleep. Write the following:

Describe slow-wave   sleep and REM sleep. Be sure to include the brain activity that takes        place during these two stages what an EEG recording looks        like during each of these two stages

Part B: Types of   Learning

There are four basic   forms of learning: perceptual learning stimulus-response learning motor learning relational learning

Write the following:

Describe two of   these types of learning. Provide at least two (2) examples for each of these   of a situation in which each of these types of learning occurs, being sure to   cite your sources.

Part C: Generalized   Anxiety Disorder: Definition, Cause & Treatment

One of your family   members has been experiencing symptoms similar to generalized anxiety   disorder (GAD). The family member has asked you for help with finding   treatment. You decide you want to research the disorder before you offer your   help.

Write the following:

Give the definition   of GAD and (2) causes and (2) treatment options for GAD.

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