Please respond to the following so I can have an example to look to to write my own ethics profile: 1.Ethical Autobiography. First, explain how you think through and determine what is "right" and "wrong" (personally and professionally) in your own daily life. Second, Identify four examples of ethical behaviors and explai
The idea that the Defense Mechanisms are unconscious forces would imply that we don't get to choose which defense mechanism is being used. That being said, is it possible for someone to realize they are using a defense mechanism? If yes, is it possible independently or only through therapy. If not, then why not?
Maslow's theory is also taught in other subjects, such as business. Why might it be important to understand this theory when entering into business?
What is informed consent? Why is informed consent so important in the field of psychology? What is informed refusal? Compare the informed consent process and the informed refusal process.
Need help with explaining how the family life cycle may be applied in couples and family counseling. Also, what are some examples of crisis situations in which a counselor might apply his or her understanding of the family life cycle?
Please explain the biological, psychological, or sociological conditions which best help us understand and explain the causes of crime and criminal behavior.
Can someone help with the similarities and differences between the traditional and current definitions of couples and families? Also, what are some examples of personal filters leading to obstacles or challenges in working with today's couples or families? Are there solutions to working with today's couples and families?
Aligning Philosophies of Science with Research Approaches/The SAGE Encyclopedia of Social Science Research Methods: Constructivism, Critical Theory, Empiricism, Interpretivism, and Positivism/ Research Design Creswell has aligned certain philosophies of science with each of the three research approaches: Qualitative approache
The problem of adolescent's delinquency how is it different from the problem of adolescent who suffers from obesity?
Most of psychology deals with abstract concepts that are difficult to measure, however not impossible! There are some theorists who do not believe that the unconscious mind exists, therefore making it even more difficult to support. Do you agree or not agree with this? why or why not?
How is the leader Mahatma Gandhi similar to or different from Martin Luther King Jr.? What theory or theories (Trait, Position Approach, Style Approach, or Distributed-Functions Approach ) would best account for the actions of this historical figure Mahatma Gandhi? Trait approach. It implies that leaders are born not made and
I need help to discuss at least two future challenges to the field of professional psychology in 300 words.
Are we able to measure what is happening in the unconscious? If so, how?
Please read the following scenario: "A popular middle school teacher has been singled out by a disgruntled student as being homosexual. The teacher is immediately fired and their teaching certificate revoked. Parents are furious over this action because they are an outstanding teacher who has won many honors for their superi
Cultural Differences Use the following two multicultural concepts: • Gender identity • Sexual identity/orientation Prepare a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper in which you analyze your selected multicultural concepts. Point out their significance in understanding cultural differences.
One of Sigmund Freud's contemporaries was Carl Jung. What is the difference between Freud and Jung's views?
The following topics, specifically related to the chosen case study, must be addressed in your plan: - Assessment of sexuality (of the individuals involved in the selected case study relationship). - Assessment of the dynamics of the relationship. - Multi-axial diagnostic impression of the client in question. - Integration o
Case 2: The Case of Mrs. Riley This is Mrs. Riley. She has just been asked to take over a class of third graders who are very energetic and have tried the patience of many teachers. In fact, Mrs. Riley is the third teacher to take over the class this year and it is only November! These students are not only unruly but most of
The Case of Brenda Brenda is 17 years old and plays competitive tennis. In fact, she hopes to get a scholarship to play in college. Brenda's coach asked her to go see a sports psychologist who specializes in ABA because she is having difficulty with her serve. She does not have enough speed and accuracy to win matches. Her co
Is speech special or is it processed like other auditory stimuli? Please provide the reasoning for your answer.
What are the eight principle defense mechanisms identified by Freud? What is the primary purpose of these mechanisms?
One of the main goals of applied behavioral analysis (ABA) is to modify and change behaviors that are detrimental to an individual's growth, development, and/or functioning. Now you will work on deciding the appropriate behavior to target. identify a socially significant behavior and discuss the following: - Why this particu
1) There are at least four major approaches to leadership theory: Briefly compare and contrast the four leadership theories The Trait Approach; this approach has also been called the great person theory of leadership. The Position Approach The Style Approach The Distributed-Functions Approach 2) Select a historic
- What are some fundamental differences between inpatient and outpatient treatment? - For whom and why would use outpatient treatment instead of opposed to inpatient treatment? Please support the response with the ASAM patient placement criteria from the TIPs manual.
Research Methodology Paper a. Select two of the following research variables: 1) Observation 2) Measurement instruments 3) Sampling 4) Norms b. Prepare a 1,050 to 1,400-word paper in which you compare and contrast your selected research variables using multicultural and traditional research methodology. I
Describe two current challenges that may arise from cultural differences in today's world. Explain two ways we might address those challenges in your professional life. One focus of cultural psychology is the comparison of individualistic and collectivistic cultures and an examination of how psychological processes are used
Please help me to understand the APA Code of Ethics which states that psychologists must inform research participants about " incentives for participation". Giving course credit to psychological research participants is ethical, but is it ethical to base students' grades on whether they participate in the research? This is but
One's desire to be an advocate is often tied to personal values, philosophies, or experiences. Is there a particular client population or client issue that you envision yourself advocating for?
1. What is the concept of ethical decision-making? 2. What role does ethical decision-making play in the field of psychology? 3. Do you think it is difficult to make ethical decisions in psychology? Why or why not?