Psychology exam! in 2 hours!

1.2 points   Question 2

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I need a 50 word answer on this discussion question

Many people make decisions and are aware that it may not be the best decision. In the business world it could be a need for power. This is where egotism will take over their decision making process. Do you feel this type of decision making behavior is part of our government leadership? Please support your view

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treatment paper

treatment paer essay!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

You have to choose client from bible with real story….

 

 

Case Presentation and Treatment/Counseling Planning

I. Identifying Information(내담자 정보)

(First initial, age, gender, culture/ethnicity, religion, level of education, work setting etc.)

II. Clinical Impression including Mental Status Assessment( 심리상태를 포함한 임상적 평가)

(Description of the client’s appearance, behavior, speech etc. if you are working with a family

then you will need to do for each member as well as for the family unit (where they sit, how they

are interacting as they walk in etc.)

III. Presenting Problems including Chief Complaints (symptoms) (문제증상들이 주로 표현되는

방법들)

(The presenting problem may be, “My husband died.” The chief complaints may be, “I can’t

sleep, and I have lost the will to live.” This area is identified as the client sees the problems and

relates his/her symptoms or complaints. Also includes the client’s thoughts as to why the

problems or symptoms are present at this time. Recent cries? )

IV. History-original family, social, mental health and medical history ( 내담자의 원가족사,

사회사, 정신적/ 의료적 기록들)

Description of childhood, adolescence, adulthood including marriage, children, other

relationships etc. History of family and any medical and psychological problems. Chronic

illnesses or complaints, operations, hospitalizations, medication and dosage, over the counter

medications, herbal supplements, caffeine, alcohol, illicit drug intake? Previous and current

interaction with medical and mental health personnel. Include alternative medical treatment(

chiropractor, massage, acupuncture etc.)

V. Treatment Planning (치료 계획)

VI. Counseling Planning ( 상담계획)

Client’s main problem:

Counseling goal:

Total number of session: 6

1. Session #1

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework:

2. Session#2

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework:

3. Session#3

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework:

4. Session#4

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework:

5. Session#5

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework:

6. Session #6

Area I intend to work:

Intervention:

Homework제:

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Heuristics (Representativeness & Availability) Psycholgy Based

Due tomorrow Sunday the 13th of December. At 5:30 PM CST.. No excuses or exceptions…

 

3 pages (not including reference or title page) APA Please!!

 

Briefly describe the (representativeness heuristic) and (availabilty heuristic). Be specific and provide examples of each one. Compare two similarities and two differences of (representativeness) and (availability) heuristics. Then explain at least one insight you had or conclusion you drew based on the comparision. Provide examples of one advantage and one limitation of using heuristics to make judgments.

 

Cite all resources correctly please.

 

Any Questions please ask

 

Thanks

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Q&A need it tonight or tomorrow morning

Choose four of the criteria for developing concept explorations. Explain why these are important.

Discuss how you can create an environment for young children that promotes using the five senses.

How can the five senses be incorporated into everyday learning environments?Using a website of your choice, search for a picture book that is developmentally appropriate. Once you find an appropriate book, create three science centers, and be prepared to share the centers during Seminar.

 

 

 

 

Select a valuable science learning station similar to the ones in your text that you can implement in your classroom and include a description of the station. 
Your description should: 

• include the age group the activity is geared to: 0–4months, 5–12 months, 2–4 years old, or 5–8 years old 
• share what the students will do at the station and what you expect them to learn 
• discuss how to create environments that capture the curiosity and interest of young children and how to incorporate the five senses 
• Share how you would prepare engaging explorations that focus on different science topics. What are some ways to find out the children’s interests?

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PSYCH625 WEEK 5 TIME TO PRACTICE AND STATISTICS PROJECT: CORRELATION

 

  

 

University of Phoenix Material                                                                                                     

 

Time to Practice – Week Five

 

Complete Parts A, B, and C below.

 

Part A

 

Some questions in Part A require that you access data from Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link.

 

1.   Use the following data to answer Questions 1a and 1b.

 

Total no. of problems correct (out of a possible 20)

Attitude toward test taking (out of a possible 100)

17

94

13

73

12

59

15

80

16

93

14

85

16

66

16

79

18

77

19

91

 

 

a.   Compute the Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient by hand and show all your work.

b.   Construct a scatterplot for these 10 values by hand. Based on the scatterplot, would you predict the correlation to be direct or indirect? Why?

 

2.   Rank the following correlation coefficients on strength of their relationship (list the weakest first):

 

+.71

+.36

–.45

.47

–.62

 

 

3.   Use IBM® SPSS® software to determine the correlation between hours of studying and grade point average for these honor students. Why is the correlation so low?

 

Hours of studying

GPA

23

3.95

12

3.90

15

4.00

14

3.76

16

3.97

21

3.89

14

3.66

11

3.91

18

3.80

9

3.89

 

 

4.   Look at the following table. What type of correlation coefficient would you use to examine the relationship between ethnicity (defined as different categories) and political affiliation? How about club membership (yes or no) and high school GPA? Explain why you selected the answers you did.

 

Level of Measurement and Examples

 

 

 

Variable X

Variable Y

Type of correlation

Correlation being computed

Nominal (voting preference, such as Republican or Democrat)

Nominal (gender, such as male or female)

Phi coefficient

The correlation between voting preference and gender

Nominal (social class, such as high, medium, or low)

Ordinal (rank in high school graduating class)

Rank biserial coefficient

The correlation between social class and rank in high school

Nominal (family configuration, such as intact or single parent)

Interval (grade point average)

Point biserial

The correlation between family configuration and grade point average

Ordinal (height converted to rank)

Ordinal (weight converted to rank)

Spearman rank correlation coefficient

The correlation between height and weight

Interval (number of problems solved)

Interval (age in years)

Pearson product-moment correlation coefficient

The correlation between number of problems solved and the age in years

 

 

5.   When two variables are correlated (such as strength and running speed), it also means that they are associated with one another. But if they are associated with one another, then why does one not cause the other?

 

6.   Given the following information, use Table B.4 in Appendix B of Statistics for People Who (Think They) Hate Statistics to determine whether the correlations are significant and how you would interpret the results.

 

a.   The correlation between speed and strength for 20 women is .567. Test these results at the .01 level using a one-tailed test.

b.   The correlation between the number correct on a math test and the time it takes to complete the test is –.45. Test whether this correlation is significant for 80 children at the .05 level of significance. Choose either a one- or a two-tailed test and justify your choice.

c.   The correlation between number of friends and grade point average (GPA) for 50 adolescents is .37. Is this significant at the .05 level for a two-tailed test?

 

7.   Use the data in Ch. 15 Data Set 3 to answer the questions below. Do this one manually or use IBM® SPSS® software.

 

a.   Compute the correlation between income and level of education.

b.   Test for the significance of the correlation.

c.   What argument can you make to support the conclusion that lower levels of education cause low income?

 

8.   Use the following data set to answer the questions. Do this one manually.

 

a.   Compute the correlation between age in months and number of words known.

b.   Test for the significance of the correlation at the .05 level of significance.

c.   Recall what you learned in Ch. 5 of Salkind (2011)about correlation coefficients and interpret this correlation.

 

Age in months

Number of words known

12

6

15

8

9

4

7

5

18

14

24

18

15

7

16

6

21

12

15

17

 

 

9.   How does linear regression differ from analysis of variance?

 

10.  Betsy is interested in predicting how many 75-year-olds will develop Alzheimer’s disease and is using level of education and general physical health graded on a scale from 1 to 10 as predictors. But she is interested in using other predictor variables as well. Answer the following questions.

 

a.   What criteria should she use in the selection of other predictors? Why?

b.   Name two other predictors that you think might be related to the development of Alzheimer’s disease.

c.   With the four predictor variables (level of education, general physical health, and the two new ones that you name), draw out what the model of the regression equation would look like.

 

11.  Joe Coach was curious to know if the average number of games won in a year predicts Super Bowl performance (win or lose). The x variable was the average number of games won during the past 10 seasons. The y variable was whether the team ever won the Super Bowl during the past 10 seasons. Refer to the following data set:

 

Team

Average no. of wins over 10 years

Bowl? (1 = yes and 0 = no)

Savannah Sharks

12

1

Pittsburgh Pelicans

11

0

Williamstown Warriors

15

0

Bennington Bruisers

12

1

Atlanta Angels

13

1

Trenton Terrors

16

0

Virginia Vipers

15

1

Charleston Crooners

9

0

Harrisburg Heathens

8

0

Eaton Energizers

12

1

 

 

a.   How would you assess the usefulness of the average number of wins as a predictor of whether a team ever won a Super Bowl?

b.   What’s the advantage of being able to use a categorical variable (such as 1 or 0) as a dependent variable?

c.   What other variables might you use to predict the dependent variable, and why would you choose them?

 

From Salkind (2011). Copyright © 2012 SAGE. All Rights Reserved. Adapted with permission.

 

Part B

 

Some questions in Part B require that you access data from Using SPSS for Windows and Macintosh. This data is available on the student website under the Student Text Resources link. The data for this exercise is in thedata file named Lesson 33 Exercise File 1.

 

Peter was interested in determining if children who hit a bobo doll more frequently would display more or less aggressive behavior on the playground. He was given permission to observe 10 boys in a nursery school classroom. Each boy was encouraged to hit a bobo doll for 5 minutes. The number of times each boy struck the bobo doll was recorded (bobo). Next, Peter observed the boys on the playground for an hour and recorded the number of times each boy struck a classmate (peer).

 

1.   Conduct a linear regression to predict the number of times a boy would strike a classmate from the number of times the boy hit a bobo doll. From the output, identify the following:

 

a.   Slope associated with the predictor

b.   Additive constant for the regression equation

c.   Mean number of times they struck a classmate

d.   Correlation between the number of times they hit the bobo doll and the number of times they struck a classmate

e.   Standard error of estimate

 

From Green & Salkind (2011). Copyright © 2012 Pearson Education. All Rights Reserved. Adapted with permission.

 

Part C

 

Complete the questions below. Be specific and provide examples when relevant.

 

Cite any sources consistent with APA guidelines.

 

Question

AnswerDraw a scatterplot of each of the following:

 

·     A strong positive correlation

·     A strong negative correlation

·     A weak positive correlation

·     A weak negative correlation

 

Give a realistic example of each.

 

What is the coefficient of determination? What is the coefficient of alienation? Why is it important to know the amount of shared variance when interpreting both the significance and the meaningfulness of a correlation coefficient?

 

If a researcher wanted to predict how well a student might do in college, what variables do you think he or she might examine? What statistical procedure would he or she use?

 

What is the meaning of the p value of a correlation coefficient?

 

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Critical Reading and thoughtful Engagement

Select one peer-reviewed article related to be your focal/research question.

 

When you have chosen your article, write a review/critique of the study.

Your review should include the following:The main topic and focus or thesis of the journal article.The argument the author is making and its relevance to the focal/research question.The type of article—published, original research, meta-analysis, or reflection piece.The key findings of the study.Your opinion about the merits of the study, including future points of interest or research.

Your review should be approximately 100-150 words in length, should contain proper grammar and spelling, and should follow APA format regarding structure (e.g., title page and references page) and citation of sources.

 

 

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ASSIGNMENT 08 C04I Introduction to Psychology Directions

 

ASSIGNMENT 08
C04I Introduction to Psychology
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 "Assignment Format" page located
on the Course Home page for specific format requirements.
Part A
For Part A of this assignment, choose a movie, book, or television show that
depicts a character or character(s) suffering from mental illness. Write a
paper analyzing a character’s illness in terms of one or more of the
theoretical perspectives (e.g., biological, psychoanalytic, cognitivebehavioral, biopsychosocial) presented in the text.
1. Describe the character’s diagnosis in terms of the DSM-IV. Make sure to
include two (2) criteria that the character meets.
2. Describe one (1) perspective(s) of mental illness that best explains the
development of the character’s symptoms, along with two (2) facts to
support your position.
3. Describe any treatment received by the character. Describe two (2)
reasons that you would recommend similar or different treatment. If
the character did not receive treatment, describe the type of treatment
you would recommend with two (2) supporting facts.

Will like to use the movie A Beautiful Mind

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Hot! Psy Discussion Questions – Theories of Behavior

Discussion 1 – How Reinforcing is My Reinforcer? – Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations –  In Chapter One, our author discusses a ‘general rule’ that reminds us to make sure we have a true reinforcer before spending time trying to reinforce behavior.    Please share an example that illustrates the importance of this rule.   Have you ever attempted to use a reinforcer that did not truly act as a reinforcer?   Please explain.

Discussion 2 – The Nature of Reinforcement -– Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations – Reinforcement is typically thought of as a ‘good’ thing. Do you agree or disagree? Why? Can you think of a time when reinforcement can produce an undesired behavior? What is an example of this? 

Discussion 3 – Positive Reinforcement vs. Negative Reinforcement -– Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations – How does positive reinforcement differ from negative reinforcement?    How are these concepts the same?   What are some examples of each?

Discussion 4 – Stimuli – Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations – Determine if a stimuli is functioning as a reinforcer.

Discussion 5 – Reinforcing contingency – Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations – Explain the function of a reinforcing contingency.

 

Discussion 6 – Aversive Stimuli – Discuss in 100 – 150 words with in text citations – Explain the relationship between aversive stimuli and negative reinforcement.

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