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Importance of Critical Thinking

Explain of the importance of critical thinking and the implications of not questioning information as they relate to a Capstone Project.

Inpatient versus Outpatient treatment

- Describe the fundamental differences between inpatient and outpatient treatment. - Explain for whom and why you would use outpatient treatment as opposed to inpatient treatment.

Drug Treatment Programs

Explain the following treatment modalities: - Individual therapy - Group therapy - Didactics - Family therapy - Spiritual or religious therapy - Psychotherapy

Program Design and Evaluation - Quasi-Experimental Designs

Evaluator's Toolbox: Quasi-Experimental Designs. Quasi-experimental designs are excellent research designs to use in evaluative research such as program evaluation. The director of training at GlobalEd would like to complete a study using a quasi-experimental design and needs your help. His hypothesis is as follows: Multicult

Evaluating a Training Program to Deal with Multicultural Issues

The new director of training is delighted to report that he has developed a training committee consisting of one staff member, the school counselor, two teachers and two parents. They have developed two trainings: The differences between "collectivistic and individualistic cultures" and training involving a series of role plays

Diversity within Psychology

How is psychology similar to other sciences? How is it different? Should diversity within psychology be considered a strength or a challenge of the discipline? Explain.

What is plagiarism?

What constitutes plagiarism? How does plagiarism 'accidentally' occur? Why is it important to produce your own work and properly cite the work of others?

Behavior Before Psychology

Please help with the following question: Compare and contrast any differences between how you explained why people (including you) behaved as they did before you took psychology class and how you explain these behaviors now.

Freedom of Choice

Please help with the following question: Identify and discuss the forces acting on you to limit or prevent your freedom of choice, both those rooted in your past (such as guilt, traumatic memories, obligations, bad contracts, unrewarding experiences, punishment, low self-esteem, or shyness), those rooted in the present (inclu

School counselor consulting with teachers

Consulting with teachers is an important role for the school counselor. Teachers often seek out their counselor colleagues to help them with challenging situations. In the behavioral model of consultation, the consultant assesses the problem, sets goals, develops the plan, and evaluates the outcome. In other words, with this mod

Success from team collaboration

How does team collaboration add value to achieving success in the development of academic projects? A short answer in 100 words.

Utilitarian Ethics Case Study

Suppose that a jet mechanic working for a major airline - we'll call the airline "AirXYZ" - finds a rather serious instrument wiring problem. The mechanic alerts management that the wiring problem is serious enough that it would cause the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to ground the entire fleet of Air XYZ. Using the

Cognitive Processes Involved in Recognizing Faces

Conduct a literature review concerning face recognition in preparation for this assignment. Based on your review, in which you analyze the cognitive processes involved with face recognition, address the following in your analysis: - Explain the processes associated with face recognition, identification, and classificatio

Article Review Sample

I need guidance for reviewing an article. Here is the article: Hansen, F. D. (2006). Human error: A concept analysis. Journal of Air Transportation, 11(3), 61-77.

Learning Styles: How to Maximize Learning

An astronomer gives a lecture in which everyone applauds, except for one learner, who wanders outside to study the night sky. What does this mean for learning styles, and also, how can these concepts be applied to online learning? Formal instruction as opposed to enriched learning is discussed.

William K. Estes

I am doing an assignment on 5 theorists. I have done the assignments for four already but for the fifth one I'm unable to get material together. I just need help with this one. I can't understand the concept and model. Please help me find material for this. Thanks. I need 3 slides on theorist William K. Estes *Describe t

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs and Self-Actualization

Please help me answer the following questions: a. At what level of Maslow's hierarchy of needs do you think you are currently operating? Justify your answer. b. Evaluate your personality in terms of the 15 characteristics of the self-actualizing person. Indicate which of the 15 characteristics you possess and which you do

Internal Validity Test

Give the 36 descriptions of studies in this link ( that may or may not have a problem with internal validity. Your task is to determine whether or not the study has a problem. If it does not have a problem, select "this experiment is internally valid." If it does have a proble

A Therapy Case Study.

A brief description of the specific presenting problem or specific client population you selected. 100 Words. Explain both the effectiveness and challenges of brief therapy and/or solution-focused brief therapy interventions with the problem or client population. Support your response with empirically supported treatment and evi

Implications of Solomon Asch's Study

I am working on an extensive assignment regarding the Solomon Asch study and would like some help on a couple of aspects. First, how would you define the implications of the study's findings on how researchers and practioners interpret personality and personality related behaviors? Second, how would you explain the study's

Mental Health Counselling

Watch the "Goldilocks and the Three Assessment Scenarios" video. Choose either the "too warm" or "too cool" scenario and compare how the counselor in the "just right" scenario manages the assessment process differently. What could the counselor in the "just right" scenario have done that would have been even more effective?