Can you help me get started with this. Approx 400-450 words two references original only please. Discuss three stereotypes you encounter in your own life and the effect those stereotypes can have on others. This can be a stereotype you realize you have been guilty of holding or someone else's. 1. Explain what the stereotype
1) Describe the physical changes that we encounter during middle adulthood. For example, what health changes do we experience during this time period? 2) What hormonal changes do women encounter during menopause? 3) How do these changes collectively influence our growth of development during midlife?
Describe Erickson's theory. Include a description of each stage of development, and a description of a character that represents each stage of development.
In reviewing the major DSM IV-TR categories of eating, substance abuse, sex/gender/sexual, and personality disorders there are various classifications that are analyzed where they are specific to the stages of abnormal psychology. Under these classifications, how are they examined and how are the components of biology, cogni
Consider the statement "conflict can be both good and bad". Do you agree or disagree? Give reasons, and examples of both good and bad conflict.
Please provide an explanation of when multivariate analysis is appropriate for a quantitative study. Conclude your posting by describing your personal interests in one of the multivariate statistical tests and its potential usefulness to you in future research.
Part A Considering the fallacies construct, give (4) four different arguments that display distinct fallacies. Give an explanation of why each makes a mistake in drawing the conclusion it does. Part B One rich source of fallacies is the media: television, radio, magazines, and the Internet (including, of course, commerci
What are the contributions of the major theorists who worked to develop classical conditioning, operant conditioning, and neobehaviorism?
Provide a description of a substance abuse prevention strategy that might implement with a specific population in the community. Describe the population and explain both why one selected the strategy and how the strategy might be effective with the population selected.
In accordance to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, biological, emotional, cognitive, and behavioral components of anxiety, mood/affective, and dissociative/somatoform disorders have been analyzed and reviewed in regards to abnormal and normal behavior. What are their foundations are and how do they diff
Please help with the following problem. What are the career or vocational issues of the character Hannibal Lecter? I need an explanation of any career or vocational issues Hannibal Lecter may be experiencing (from a clinical perspective). Please use the DSM IV manual as part of the analysis of these issues.
Please help with the following problem. What are the Risk and Resilience Factors of the character Hannibal Lecter? Need an explanation of your Hannibal's risk and resilience factors from a clinical perspective, and where you got the information.
Qualitative and quantitative research methods produce different types of data that are reported in the results section of a research article. Briefly describe the differences in these data types. Is one type more scientific than the other? Why or why not? Response to be at least 300 words with in text citations and reference gi
Briefly contrast qualitative and quantitative research methods. When is each method most effectively used to explore specific types of research questions? Is one method more scientific than the other? Why or why not? [Response to be at least 300 words with in-text citations and references given. Reference should be excluded from
Please discuss the attached topic. Please cite from readings when it is necessary.
Based on your understanding of the humanistic approach to counselling in general and the person-centered school in particular, do you think that the three "core conditions" are indeed sufficient for producing a "therapeutic personality change"? Discuss Karl Rogers and person-centered therapy (PCT). See attachment for readings.
Pick one of the areas regarding the Code and assessments that interests you. Write a detailed evaluation of the standard you have selected. Be sure to assess the importance of this standard in the area of assessments and personal and socio-cultural influences on one's own beliefs, values, and decision making. Use the text and th
Evaluate one of the enforceable standards in the Ethics Code and how it applies to an area of your specialization. For example, students in the ABA track might chose to apply an enforceable standard to work with children who have autism. You should evaluate the Ethics Code and how each section on the standard you chose will affe
Compared to the great potential for harm that can exist in a relationship that is both professional and sexual, how dangerous does this situation seem from your vantage point (particularly in regards to psychology student/professor relationships)?
Please help me with a brief synopsis of a Capstone Project Assessment of Children with Behavioral Problems and a brief summary of your reflections on Capstone Project experiences. By reflecting on the experiences with the Capstone Project, what aspects of the Capstone Project and course have helped you to become more of a schola
How would you use the Jungian techniques to facilitate a client's process of individuation?
Prostate Cancer and Sex Roberto Martinez (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1300/J236v09n01_07?journalCode=wzgp20) After reading the article about sexual complications from prostate cancer by Martinez (2005), post a note to Mr. Martinez specifying: 1) your personal reaction to the article and 2) what you learned
Pat, a 54 year old female who just found out her husband Win is having an affair. Pat and Win have been married for 35 years and have children who are fully grown with children of their own. Pat and Win have always had marriage problems, but stayed together "for the children". Now, they find themselves unable to even look at eac
Sherlock Holmes 50 year old white male Lives on trust fund money Father & Mother deceased Older Brother is liason between President and CIA; has worked for four presidents Sherlock envisions himself as a Detective-a Puzzle Solver Considers himself a genius. In fact, has an IQ of 190 Mycroft, his brother has an equal IQ.
The following is a hypothetical scenario of a couple seeking counseling to help arbitrate a dispute they are having regarding their dead child's room and possessions. The couple has come to you as their counselor. You hope to help them resolve this problem and to get in touch with underlying fears and feelings engendered by this
There are many areas in the field of psychology and many views from those of the study. In the field of psychology what is determined as abnormal psychology and where was it originated. Most behaviourists believe that abnormal psychology has many challenges but some of these challenges may not relate to this particular field of
Please help me describe a hypothetical person in two stages of life development. View the person as a hypothetical client if you are studying Applied Behavioral Analysis (ABA). The goal of this is for you to present a developmental profile of a person in two concurrent stages of life (e.g., early and middle childhood) explaining
Evaluate both the reliability and validity of each of the following sources: - Wikipedia - American Psychological Association Web Site
Please discuss 200-300 words: Nowadays, most psychoanalytically oriented counselors prefer to dialogue with their clients face to face. What do you think is gained and what is lost in the face-to-face format? Do you think that the basic tools of psychoanalysis identified by Ikonen (2002) become more effective or less effectiv
All research in any field needs to be approved by federally mandated institutional review boards (IRBs). Using the following case study, evaluate the questions that follow: Dr. Mike and a team of fellows decided to do a study on how teaching approaches affect a student's college entrance exams. They wanted to examine the teac